The latest in the critically acclaimed BFI Flipside series continuing its ongoing mission to curate an alternative Britscreen history of overlooked rarities in deluxe home entertainment editions is a compelling compendium of strange, striking, thrilling, horrific, eerie and eccentric short subjects from the heyday of the British cinematic supporting programme. This carefullycurated collection the first of its kind anywhere includes a plethora of soughtafter titles, some newly remastered in HD for the very first time and showcases an eclectic range of delights spanning the second half of the 20th century from the 1940s right through to the 1980s. A lavish doubledisc limited edition set, it comes complete with an illustrated booklet with full credits and new contextual writing on the films by devotees of the field. Expect strange, spooky stories, odd twists in the tale, imaginative lowbudget weirdness and oodles of atmosphere in these juicy bitesize morsels of cult film delight from decades gone by. Featuring the following films: Lock Your Door (Anthony Gilkison, 1949) The Reformation of St Jules (Anthony Gilkison, 1949) The TellTale Heart (J B Williams, 1953) Death Was a Passenger (Theodore Zichy, 1958) Portrait of a Matador (Theodore Zichy, 1958) Twenty Nine (Brian Cummins, 1969) The Sex Victims (Derek Robbins, 1973) The Lake (Lindsey C Vickers, 1978) The Errand (Nigel Finch, 1980) Extras: Interview with Peter Shillingford (2020): newly recorded interview with the producer of Twenty Nine Interview with David McGillivray (2020): newly recorded interview the writer of The Errand Interview with Kate Lees (2020): the chair of Adelphi Films discusses the 2017 discovery of the long thought lost 1953 short The TellTale Heart starring Stanley Baker Interview with Renee Glynn (2020): newly recorded interview with the scriptsupervisor on Twenty Nine Image galleries for The TellTale Heart, The Lake and The Errand Script galleries for The Lake and The Errand The original short story of The Errand, presented as a viewable gallery Other extras TBC ***FIRST PRESSING ONLY*** Fully illustrated booklet with new writing on the films by Vic Pratt, Dr Josephine Botting, William Fowler, Jonathan Rigby, Peter Shillingford, Lindsey C Vickers and David McGillivray
September Song: Series 1
Edward Forester a genetic researcher of considerable talent becomes obsessed with creating a human/ape hybrid species. However when he succeeds in his aim he is ordered to destroy the result. Unable to kill the baby he hides Gor passing him off as his adopted son whilst going to painstaking lengths to teach him to walk and talk. Eventually under Forester's tutelage Gor is able to blend into society and communicate as humans do. However it's only a matter of time before the g
A successful novelist faced with writer's block invites a handsome young German poet into to his home to provide input for his troubled screenplay. However little does the author know that the guest had previously embarked on an affair with his wife and wishes to continue their relationship...
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