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  • City Of The Living Dead [Blu-ray]City Of The Living Dead | Blu Ray | (10/06/2019) from £10.48   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    From the Italian godfather of gore, Lucio Fulci, comes City of the Living Dead, a notoriously nauseating, compellingly corporeal masterpiece of apocalyptic zombie horror! A medium has a mysterious vision of a priest hanging himself... A seemingly dead woman awakes screaming in her coffin... And in the sleepy New England town of Dunwich, a girl vomits up her intestines and a local misfit has a drill bit ploughed into his cranium... These hallucinogenic, often grotesque visions punctuate a skeletal story telling of a reporter (Christopher George, The Exterminator, Pieces) and a psychic (Catriona MacColl, The House by the Cemetary, The Beyond) who must race agaisnt time to prevent hordes of rotting corpses spewing forth from the gates of hell... Stridently going beyond the clacssical stylings of his horror hit Zombie Flesh Eaters, City of the Living Dead sees Fulci eschew conventional narrative logic in favour of a delirious, oneiric mode of storytelling which stresses visuals, surrealism and atmosphere (as well as offering up bucket-loads of brains, blood and guts!). Presented here in an exclusive 4K restoration with a wealth of extras, Fulci'dsgor -drenched classic can now be devoured as never before! Special Edition Contents: New restoration from a 4K scan of the original camera negative by Arrow Films High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation Original uncompressed 1.0 mono, 2.0 stereo and optional 5.1 DTS-HD MA Master Audio Original English and Italian soundtracks Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack Audio commentary with star Catriona MacColl and journalist Jay Slater Audio commentary with star Giovanni Lombardo Radice and writer Callum Waddell We Are the Apocalypse, new interview with writer Dardano Sacchetti Through Your Eyes, new interview with Catriona MacColl Dust in the Wind, New interview with cameraman Roberto Foges Davanzati The Art of Dreaming, new interview with production designer Massimo Antonello Geleng Tales of Friendship, new interview with cinematographer Sergio Salvati I Walked with a Zombie, new interview with actor Giovanni Lombardo Radice They Call Him Bombardone , new interview with special effects artist Gino De Rossi The Horror Family, new interview with father and son actors Venantino and Luca Venantini Songs from Beyond, a previously unseen interview with composer Fabio Frizzi Carlo of the Living Dead, an archival interview with actor Carlo De Mejo Building Fulci's City, a new video appreciation by Stephen Thrower, author of the definitive tome, Beyond Terror: The Films of Lucio Fulci Reflections on Fulci, a new appraisal of Fulci's Gothic period by actor, writer and director Andy Nyman (Ghost Stories) The Dead Are Alive!, a new video essay by Kat Hellinger on Lucio Fulci and the Italian zombie cycle Behind the Fear, behind the scenes 8mm footage with Roberto Forges Davanzati audio commentary The Gates of Hell, alternative US theatrical release opening titles Original trailers and radio spots Extensive image gallery featuring over 150 stills, poster and other ephemera from the FAB press and Mike Siegel archives Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Wes Benscoter

  • The Beyond [Blu-ray]The Beyond | Blu Ray | (13/01/2020) from £15.89   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    When jaded New Yorker (Catriona MacColl) inherits a New Orleans hotel, she calls on composed local doctor (David Warbeck) to contain the inexplicable and increasingly gory accidents that are plaguing the building and its surroundings. But soon the Gates of Hell themselves open under the hotel, rendering their fight futile as the Dead emerge to walk the earth... SHAMELESS FILMS PRESENTS LUCIO FULCI'S HORROR MASTERPIECE THE BEYOND, FROM A NEW 2K SCAN Additionally, and for the first time ever The Beyond is presented with four different versions of the prologue, seamlessly branched: The now accepted standard sepia The original colour camera footage The B&W version A new fourth-way: presented as an homage to director Lucio Fulci and director of Photography, DOP Sergio Salvati. For this new alternative prologue version, for the 1st time ever, Shameless have used the restored colour camera footage as a base on which a new golden toning was applied in reference to known considerations from DOP Salvati. All other sepia tint were monochrome. The result of applying tone over the newly rediscovered and restored colour footage is that the reds of the gore are now strikingly visible and all the light sources such as the torches and car headlights are much more luminous and enhancing a painterly chiaroscuro never presented before. Extras: 1. David Warbeck & Catriona McCall lively incisive commentary 2. Director of Photography, Sergio Salvati, Audio Commentary dissecting the film - with English subtitles 3. New interview with main protagonist, actress Cinzia Monreale - Emily s Eyes 4. New interview with actor Michele Mirabella - Arachnophobia 5. Fulci banter on set (short) 6. New, unique interview with scriptwriter Mariuzzo on working with Fulci Murder, They Wrote 7. The Beyond Prologue 4-way Comparison: Original colour, B&W, Standard (monochrome) sepia, the new 4th-way: for the 1st time the golden version of toning over the original colour footage.

  • Hawk The Slayer [1980]Hawk The Slayer | DVD | (28/07/2003) from £11.46   |  Saving you £-5.47 (-91.30%)   |  RRP £5.99

    Once upon a time long ago but perhaps not far away there were two brothers. Hawk (John Terry) the younger brother destined for greatness possessing gifts of strength honour duty and justice. Voltan (Jack Palance) the elder a man of cruel perversion who bore the mark of Cain. Hideously deformed Voltan roamed the land under a black mask so none could look on his ghastly face. When their father is killed at the hands of his firstborn Voltan Hawk swears vengeance. Into Hawk's hand his dying father places the magic mind-sword and Hawk has not only his death to avenge...

  • The House By The Cemetery [1981]The House By The Cemetery | DVD | (13/10/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £5.99

    A young family move into a forboding New England mansion unaware that it was once the gruesome residence of Dr. Freudstein a dabbler in bizarre surgical practises. Soon Freudstein - now classic Fulci zombie - is up to his murderous old tricks again seeking freshly severed limbs and organs to keep his corrupt rotting flesh alive! As past and present collide in a vortex of fear the terrified family are forced to fight for their lives in the subterranean gore-soaked charnel-hous

  • The Beyond [Blu-ray]The Beyond | Blu Ray | (06/02/2017) from £21.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Lucio "King of the Eyeball Gag" Fulci made his name with a series of gory, gooey horror epics, and The Beyond stands above all as his outré masterpiece. The largely incoherent plot has something to do with a turn-of-the-century curse and a doorway to hell in the cellar of an old New Orleans hotel. Fulci shows his usual sensitivity with wooden acting, clumsy dialogue, and buckets of oozing blood and pus, but don't let that get in the way of enjoying this mad tale of zombies from hell invading Earth and eating their way through a cast of humans: crucified martyrs, blind visionaries, creepy hotel handymen, befuddled cops, and a plucky pair of heroes desperately fleeing a horde of hungry undead. The blood-red art direction is eerily beautiful, and Fulci's relentless long takes, punctuated by jolting shock cuts and eruptions of grotesque violence, create a mood of sheer paranoid horror right down to the final, mind-bending image. And don't forget the Fulci claim to fame: eyes are gouged out, eaten away, melted with acid, and (shudder) popped out by a spike through the back of the skull. Yech! If you dare ignore such piddling details as narrative logic and let yourself get carried away on the creepy visuals, it's a deliciously stylish treat, an edgy bit of Gothic gore pitched in all its bone-crunching, flesh-ripping, organ-splatting glory. This sadistic, sanguinary hell-spawn tale is for gore-hounds only. --Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com

  • City Of The Living Dead [1981]City Of The Living Dead | DVD | (06/10/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £5.99

  • The Beyond [DVD]The Beyond | DVD | (06/02/2017) from £10.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Lucio "King of the Eyeball Gag" Fulci made his name with a series of gory, gooey horror epics, and The Beyond stands above all as his outré masterpiece. The largely incoherent plot has something to do with a turn-of-the-century curse and a doorway to hell in the cellar of an old New Orleans hotel. Fulci shows his usual sensitivity with wooden acting, clumsy dialogue, and buckets of oozing blood and pus, but don't let that get in the way of enjoying this mad tale of zombies from hell invading Earth and eating their way through a cast of humans: crucified martyrs, blind visionaries, creepy hotel handymen, befuddled cops, and a plucky pair of heroes desperately fleeing a horde of hungry undead. The blood-red art direction is eerily beautiful, and Fulci's relentless long takes, punctuated by jolting shock cuts and eruptions of grotesque violence, create a mood of sheer paranoid horror right down to the final, mind-bending image. And don't forget the Fulci claim to fame: eyes are gouged out, eaten away, melted with acid, and (shudder) popped out by a spike through the back of the skull. Yech! If you dare ignore such piddling details as narrative logic and let yourself get carried away on the creepy visuals, it's a deliciously stylish treat, an edgy bit of Gothic gore pitched in all its bone-crunching, flesh-ripping, organ-splatting glory. This sadistic, sanguinary hell-spawn tale is for gore-hounds only. --Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com

  • The Beyond - Uncut [2001]The Beyond - Uncut | DVD | (13/10/2003) from £9.45   |  Saving you £-3.46 (-57.80%)   |  RRP £5.99

    A young woman inherits a decaying hotel on the edge of a Louisiana swamp unaware that more than fifty years ago it served as the gateway to hell and that its horrific evil lives on to this day. Her dream to build a new life for herself becomes a nightmarish fight for survival as horrors straight out of Lovecraft's Book of Ebion lay their own claim to her property and the souls around her...

  • House Of Voices [2004]House Of Voices | DVD | (01/10/2007) from £5.38   |  Saving you £0.61 (10.20%)   |  RRP £5.99

    ""You're staying here alone? Are you sure?"" Young cleaner Anna (Ledoyen) sent to spruce up the abandoned St. Ange orphanage in the remotes of the French Alps in 1960 discovers that only one orphan is now housed there. As mysterious noises and events begin to occur her co-worker (who has experienced nothing out of the ordinary since her arrival) begins to fear for Anna's state of mind...

  • City Of The Living Dead [DVD]City Of The Living Dead | DVD | (24/10/2016) from £8.18   |  Saving you £4.81 (37.00%)   |  RRP £12.99

    And the dead shall rise and walk the earth! Horror maestro LUCIO FULCI throws open the gates of Hell, unleashing a plague of Zombies, in this notorious ˜Shock and Gore' masterpiece. A psychic buried alive A mysterious vision A hanged priest and a prediction of Zombie fuelled apocalypse. Can anything be done to save man from gut-munching oblivion? In the sleepy village of Dunwich, the dead are rising, local girls are vomiting entrails and the town misfit is about to get his brains drilled out. Will they find a way to stop the rotting hordes before everyone in town gets devoured? CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD Dare you watch this eye-scorching trip into flesh-splattered zombie insanity from the King of Euro-Terror? THIS AMAZING EDITION CONTAINS: 4 sleeve art options Double-sided fold-out poster ˜Fulci of the Living Dead' collector's booklet Set of 6 original poster art postcards DVD SET CONTAINS: Theatrical Cut in 5.1 Dolby Surround SPECIAL FEATURES: Original Theatrical trailer Dame of the Dead Live from the Glasgow Theatre The Many Lives And Deaths of Giovanni Lombardo Radice Penning Some Paura Dardano Sacchetti Remembers COTLD The Audio Recollections of Giovanni Lombardo Radice Audio Commentary with Catriona Macoll and Jay Slater Profondo Luigi A Colleague's Memories of Lucio Fulci Fulci's Daughter Memories of the Italian Gore Maestro Carlo of the Living Dead Surviving Fulci Fear Fulci in the House: The Italian Master of Splatter Gallery of the Living Dead

  • Lucio Fulci's Gates of Hell Trilogy [DVD]Lucio Fulci's Gates of Hell Trilogy | DVD | (07/11/2011) from £21.58   |  Saving you £8.41 (28.00%)   |  RRP £29.99

    Three times the terror, three times the gore! Arrow Video invite you to stand before Lucio Fulci's Gates of Hell and pray for your very souls!When an insane priest driven mad by evil commits suicide, he threatens to turn the small town of Dunwich into a City of the Living Dead in an Italian splatter masterclass of surreal zombie horror. Can a cynical reporter and a woman with a strange premonition unlock the terrible secret of why the dead walk again?In The Beyond, a young woman inherits a crumbling New Orleans hotel that sits atop an entrance to hell itself. As the evil emanating from the basement grows stronger, the barriers between this world and the bleak purgatory on the other side become blurred, leading to an outbreak of rotted zombies, killer spiders and blind psychics.In the third instalment, something hideous, violent and deadly lurks in the basement of The House By The Cemetery and some city dwellers are about to find out what when they move in. Will they survive the supernatural terrors or will the evil Dr. Freudstein triumph in a gruesome early 80s shocker so controversial it became an official video nasty.Open the gates but be warned... You'll never return...

  • The Beyond Steelbook [Blu-ray]The Beyond Steelbook | Blu Ray | (21/10/2013) from £31.98   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    A young woman from New York named Liza (Katherine MacColl) inherits a Louisiana motel That has been unoccupied for nearly 60 years. While restoring the old building, many of the workers meet mysterious and untimely deaths, each more ill-fated than the next. Further More, Liza is visited by a blind specter named Emily (Sarah Keller) who lectures from a 4,000-year-old book of Collected prophecies That Explains the motel is situated above one of seven portals to hell. As her sanity dwindles, Liza finds some much-needed stability in a local doctor named John McCabe (David Warbeck), who is Determined to find a rational explanation for the Recent state of affairs. Nevertheless, the protagonist are suffered through a maze of bizarre confrontations with beings beyond the realm of the living, and into an apocalyptic world of unknown horrors. THE BEYOND is at once the quintessential Lucio Fulci film and a staple in the overall Italian horror genre. The director's epic masterpiece is a blend of atmospheric surrealism and nightmarish visions (a grisly tarantula attack, flesh-melting acid is spilled, a softball-sized gun blast through the skull of a young zombified girl, and an eyeball impaling or two) That are definitely unsuitable For those with weak stomachs.Original title:E tu vivrai nel terrore - L'AldilaText:EnglishSound:DTS HD-MA 5.1 (English, Italian)Picture:1080p High Definition WidescreenSize:Blu-ray Region BCountry of origin:England (Italy)Extras:Disc 1:HD Blu-ray (1080p) presentation of the featureOptional English and Italian audio options presented in the original English and Italian mono audio and English 5.1 DTS-HD Master AudioIntroduction by star Cinzia MonrealeAudio Commentary with Antonella Fulci and Calum WaddellAudio Commentary with David Warbeck and Catriona MacCollAKA Sarah Keller: Cinzia Monreale remembers 'The Beyond'Catriona MacColl Q & A from the Glasgow Film T

  • The Beyond - Uncut [2001]The Beyond - Uncut | DVD | (02/04/2001) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    A young woman inherits a decaying hotel on the edge of a Louisiana swamp unaware that more that fifty years ago it served as the gateway to hell and that it's horrific evil lives on to this day. Her dream to build a new life for herself becomes a nightmarish fight for survival as horrors straight out of Lovecraft's Book of Eibon lay their own claim to her property and the souls around her...

  • House Of Voices [2004]House Of Voices | DVD | (02/01/2006) from £9.54   |  Saving you £9.45 (49.80%)   |  RRP £18.99

    ""You're staying here alone? Are you sure?"" Young cleaner Anna (Ledoyen) sent to spruce up the abandoned St. Ange orphanage in the remotes of the French Alps in 1960 discovers that only one orphan is now housed there. As mysterious noises and events begin to occur her co-worker (who has experienced nothing out of the ordinary since her arrival) begins to fear for Anna's state of mind...

  • The House By The Cemetery [1981]The House By The Cemetery | DVD | (02/09/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Previously banned! A young young family move into a forboding New England mansion unaware that it was once the gruesome residence of Dr. Freudstein a dabbler in bizarre surgical practices. Soon Freudstein now a classic Fulci zombie is up to his murderous old tricks again seeking freshly severed limbs and organs to keep his corrupt rotting flesh alive! As past and present collide in a vortex of fear the terrified family are forced to fight for their lives in the subterranean gore-soaked charnel-house that is one of the many secrets of the house by the cemetery! Who will survive and what will be left of them after the deranged Dr. Freudstein has taken his cut? Only italian horrormeister Lucia Fulci - director of Zombie Flesh Eaters - has the answer in The House By The Cemetery.

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