Horror icons Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing team up once again for an Amicus take on Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novella Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, with Lee occupying the role of the scientist and his deadly alter ego. Directed by Stephen Weeks, making his first feature aged twenty-two, I, Monster presents an inventive take on an iconic tale. Special Features: New 2K restoration by Powerhouse Films from original film materials Two presentations of the film: the original 75-minute theatrical cut; and the extended 80-minute version Original mono audio Audio commentary with director Stephen Weeks (2020) The BEHP Interview with Peter Tanner Part One, 19141939 (1987): an archival audio recording, made as part of the British Entertainment History Project, featuring the celebrated editor in conversation with Roy Fowler and Taffy Haines Introduction by Stephen Laws (2020): appreciation by the acclaimed horror author Stephen Weeks at the Manchester Festival of Fantastic Films (1998): archival video recording of the director in conversation Interview with Milton Subotsky (1985): archival audio recording of the famed producer Interview with Carl Davis (2020): the renowned composer discusses his score Image gallery: publicity and promotional material Original theatrical trailer Kim Newman and David Flint trailer commentary (2017): short critical appreciation by the genre-film experts New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Limited edition exclusive 36-page booklet with a new essay by Josephine Botting, Milton Subotsky on I, Monster, an archival interview with Stephen Weeks, an overview of contemporary critical responses, and film credits World premiere on Blu-ray Limited edition of 3,000 copies
The feature debut of the great Bob Fosse based on the Broadway hit, Sweet Charity is a musical re-imagining of Federico Fellini's Nights of Cabiria, starring the wonderful Shirley MacLaine as a taxi dancer looking for love and escape in hippy-era New York. Special Features: 4K restoration of the 157-minute Roadshow version, complete with Overture, Entr'acte and Exit Music 4K restoration of the general release version, with the original and alternative endings Alternative 2.0 stereo, 4.0 stereo and 5.1 surround soundtrack options Audio commentary with film historians Lee Gambin, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas and Cara Mitchell (2020) The John Player Lecture with Shirley MacLaine (1971): archival audio recording of the celebrated actor in conversation at London's National Film Theatre From Stage to Screen: A Director's Dilemma (1969): original promotional film featuring interview material with Bob Fosse and rare behind-the-scenes footage The Art of Exaggeration (1969): original promotional film profiling the work of famed costume designer Edith Head Interview with Sonja Haney (2020): audio recording of the dance assistant in conversation with Lee Gambin Now and Then: Sammy Davis Jr (1968): archival interview featuring the actor and singer in conversation with broadcaster Bernard Braden Super 8 version: original cut-down home-cinema presentation Image gallery: publicity and promotional material Original theatrical trailer New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Limited edition exclusive 80-page book with new essays by Pamela Hutchinson and Bill Rosenfield, Neil Simon on Sweet Charity, archival press coverage of the film's release including an interview with Shirley MacLaine, extracts from the pressbook, Federico Fellini on Sweet Charity, an overview of contemporary critical responses, and film credits Limited edition exclusive double-sided poster UK premiere on Blu-ray Limited edition of 3,000 copies
The Masters of Cinema Series presents three more films directed by and starring Buster Keaton from brand new restorations. Our Hospitality (1923) Often cited as one of his most significant filmsas well as one of his funniest1923's Our Hospitality, which Keaton co-directed with John G. Blystone, is his take on the notorious feud between the Hatfield and McCoy clans (here renamed the Canfields and the McKays). Keaton is luckless William McKay, who must journey down South to view his lacklustre inheritance, only to be seduced along the way by one of the Canfields, Virginia, who lures him to her family's house so that the men of the clan can shoot him down. But William knows that the Canfield men won't kill him as long as he's in their house, so he endeavours to stay put there, against all obstacles. With its attention to 19th-century period detail and emphasis on integrating the gags into the storyline, Our Hospitality was not just a breakthrough in Keaton's career, but it was also noted even during its release as an advancement in the medium, with Variety proclaiming, It marks a step forward in the production of picture comedies. From a 2K restoration Go West (1925) Keaton is at his most stone-faced as the memorably named Friendless in Go West, an irresistible blend of deadpan darkness and spectacular comic set-pieces. Friendless abandons city life to ride the rails to an Arizona ranch, where his ineptitude at almost everything only makes his nickname even more accurate. But when his one beloved companion, a cow named Brown Eyes, seems to be headed to a slaughterhouse fate, Friendless intervenes, and the resulting cattle stampede through the streets of Los Angeles is one of Keaton's most understandably famous and acclaimed sequences. From a 4K restoration College (1927) Keaton follows up The General with a higher education comedy that seems to take a cue from Harold Lloyd's The Freshman (1925). Keaton is bookworm Ronald, whose high school girl Mary ditches him for someone with the athletic prowess that Ronald lacks. Determined to win her back, Ronald enters college with an eye on sports, but two left feet. From a 2K restoration Special Features: Limited Edition (3000 Copies Only) Hardbound Slipcase 1080p presentation on Blu-ray from new restorations undertaken by The Cohen Film Collection Our Hospitality new audio commentary by silent film historian Rob Farr Our Hospitality alternate shorter cut of the film [55 mins], with optional commentary by film historian Polly Rose Go West A new video essay Go West - A new video essay by John Bengtson (Silent Echoes / Silent Traces / Silent Visions) on Go West's filming locations A new video essay by David Cairns The Railrodder the 1965 short film starring Buster Keaton in one of his final film roles Optional audio commentary on The Railrodder with director Gerald Potterton and cameraman David DeVolpi Buster Keaton Rides Again the 1965 documentary about, and produced concurrently with, the filming of The Railrodder Optional audio commentary on Buster Keaton Rides Again with director Gerald Potterton and cameraman David DeVolpi MORE EXTRAS TO BE ANNOUNCED PLUS: A 60-PAGE perfect bound collector's book featuring; a new essay by Philip Kemp; writing on all three films by Imogen Sara Smith; archival material on the filming locations used for Our Hospitality courtesy of John Bengtson
Japanese maverick director Yasuzo Masumura (Blind Beast) helms a bitingly satirical espionage thriller set in the heart of the Japanese auto industry in his 1962 landmark Black Test Car, which launched a series of similarly themed Black films. In a bitter, take-no-prisoners corporate war between the Tiger Motorcar Company and their competitors, the Yamato Company, undercover spies have infiltrated both sides. As Tiger prepares to launch its newest Pioneer car and a prototype bursts into flames, Toru (Hideo Takamatsu, The Last Emperor) heads a secretive task force to root out Yamato's spy, and find out what they can about the competitor's familiar-looking new model. Making its worldwide Blu-ray debut, Black Test Car is paired here with the English-language video premiere of its follow-up The Black Report, also directed by Masumura. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS High Definition Blu-rayâ¢ (1080p) presentation of Black Test Car and The Black Report Original uncompressed Japanese mono audio on both films Optional newly translated English subtitles on both films Newly recorded critical appreciation by Jonathan Rosenbaum Theatrical trailers for both films Image galleries for both films Reversible sleeve featuring newly commissioned artwork by Tony Stella FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collector's booklet with new writing on the films by Mark Downing Roberts
Alejandro Jodorowsky is one of world cinema's most fabled iconoclasts. Often venerated as the ultimate cult film director, the Chilean artist shot to prominence as a 1970s counter-cultural icon thanks to the masterful movies presented on this collection: Fando y Lis, El Topo and The Holy Mountain. These extraordinary films, presented here alongside his stunning new film Psychomagic, bedazzled audiences with their unique aesthetic, contrasting violence and beauty; the sublime and the sacrilegious; the mystical and the macabre... Jodorowsky's first feature, Fando y Lis, tells of young Fando and his paraplegic sweetheart Lis's journey through a series of surreal scenarios to find the enchanted city of Tar. An acid-western' packed with vivid imagery, El Topo stars Jodorowsky as a master-gunfighter who duels with four sharp-shooting adversaries on his journey across a desert dreamscape. In The Holy Mountain, Jodorowsky plays The Alchemist, a guru who guides a troupe of pilgrims on a quest to ascend the Holy Mountain in search of spiritual enlightenment. Jodorowsky's new cinematic experience, Psychomagic, A Healing Art, explores the directors' radical therapeutic work. Influential, controversial and endlessly fascinating, Jodorowsky's surreal masterpieces are presented here in stunning new 4K restorations, accompanied with a wealth of illuminating extras, and new writing. LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS New 4K restorations of Fando y Lis, El Topo and The Holy Mountain approved by Alejandro Jodorowsky Blu-ray premiere of Jodorowsky's new film Psychomagic High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations Original 1.0 mono audio and optional 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio Newly translated English, Spanish and French subtitles Six collector's postcards Double-sided fold-out poster Limited edition 80-page hardbound book featuring new writing on the films by Virginie SÃ©lavy, Michael Atkinson, Bilge Ebiri, Mark Pilkington and archival articles Reversible sleeves featuring original and newly designed artwork by Matt Griffin FANDO Y LIS Audio commentary by Alejandro Jodorowsky Jodorowsky Remembers Fando y Lis, new interview filmed in Paris Newly filmed introduction with Richard PeÃ±a, Professor of Film Studies at Columbia University La Cravate, Jodorowsky's compellingly surreal 1957 adaptation of Thomas Mann's The Transposed Heads La Constellation Jodorowsky, Louis Mouchet's feature-length documentary featuring interviews with Jean Mobieus' Giraud and Peter Gabriel Trailer Image galleries EL TOPO Film presentation in both 1.85:1 and 1.33:1 original theatrical aspect ratios for the first time Audio commentary by Alejandro Jodorowsky Jodorowsky Remembers El Topo, new interview Newly filmed introduction with Richard PeÃ±a A Conversation with The Son of El Topo, a newly filmed, extensive interview with Brontis Jodorowsky who stars in El Topo The Father of Midnight Movies, an archival interview with Jodorowsky filmed in 2007 Original trailer Image galleries El Topo Original Motion Picture Soundtrack CD THE HOLY MOUNTAIN Audio commentary by Alejandro Jodorowsky Jodorowsky Remembers The Holy Mountain, new interview Newly filmed introduction with Richard PeÃ±a Pablo Leder: Jodorowsky's Right Hand Man, Jodorowsky's personal assistant remembers acting in El Topo and The Holy Mountain and his time spent with the director The A to Z of The Holy Mountain, a new video essay by writer Ben Cobb Deleted scenes with director's commentary The Tarot, a short film in which Jodorowsky explains the secrets of the cards Original trailer Image galleries The Holy Mountain Original Motion Picture Soundtrack CD PSYCHOMAGIC, A HEALING ART Blu-ray premiere of Jodorowsky's new film Original trailer
Jeanne Moreau (Jules et Jim) and Stanley Baker (Yesterday's Enemy) star as two lovers caught in a deadly affair, in Joseph Losey's 1962 adaptation of the James Hadley Chase novel. A highly personal film that was blighted by producer interference, and heavily cut for general release, we are delighted to present the longest-known version of the film in a definitive, world premiere Blu-ray edition. Special Features: Brand new 4K scan of EYE Filmmuseum's photochemical restoration of the longest-known version of the film (130 mins) High Definition remaster of the original European theatrical release version of Eva (109 mins) High Definition remaster of the alternative The Devil's Woman version (109 mins) Original mono audio Archival Interview with Joseph Losey (1967): the acclaimed director discusses Eve in this extract from the French television programme CinÃ©ma Archival Interview with Jeanne Moreau (1972): extract from the French television programme TÃªte d'affiche, featuring the celebrated star in conversation with actor France Roche The BEHP Interview with Reginald Beck (1987): archival audio recording, made as part of the British Entertainment History Project, featuring the editor, and regular Losey collaborator, in conversation with Alan Lawson All About Eve (2020): interview with filmmaker Gavrik Losey, son of Joseph Losey A Creation Myth (2020): appreciation by author and film historian Neil Sinyard Image gallery: publicity and promotional material Original UK and French theatrical trailers New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Limited edition exclusive 36-page booklet with a new essay by Phuong Le, Joseph Losey on Eve, a look at the James Hadley Chase source novel, an overview of contemporary critical responses, Simona Monizza on the EYE Filmmuseum restoration of Eve, and film credits World premiere on Blu-ray Limited edition of 3,000 copies
Dragon (Jackie Chan) and Bull (Mars) are childhood friends who spend most of their free time chasing after local girls in general and spying on one in particular who catches their eyes. A gang in the nearby dwelling is smuggling precious Chinese artifacts to westerners. Hoi (Chan Wai-man) is a reluctant party to the scheme and when he voiced his objection, the Big Boss sent his henchmen after him to keep him quiet. When the mischievous duo came across Hoi, who was hiding in their village, they take on the gang to protect the artifacts.
A love story about divorce. A marriage coming apart and a family coming together. Marriage Story is a hilarious and harrowing, sharply observed, and deeply compassionate film from the acclaimed writer-director NOAH BAUMBACH (The Squid and the Whale). ADAM DRIVER (BlacKkKlansman) and SCARLETT JOHANSSON (Under the Skin) deliver tour-de-force performances as Charlie, a charismatic New York theatre director wedded to his work, and Nicole, an actor who is ready to change her own life. Their hopes for an amicable divorce fade as they are drawn into a system that pits them against each other and forces them to redefine their relationship and their family. Featuring bravura, finely drawn supporting turns from ALAN ALDA (M*A*S*H), RAY LIOTTA (Goodfellas), and LAURA DERN (Certain Women)who won an Academy Award for her performance hereas the trio of lawyers who preside over the legal battle, Marriage Story (nominated for six Academy Awards, including best picture) is a work of both intimacy and scope that ultimately invokes hope amid the ruins. Special Features: New 4K digital transfer, supervised by director Noah Baumbach, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray New interview with Baumbach The Players, a new programme featuring interviews with actors Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Julie Hagerty, and Ray Liotta The Filmmakers, a new programme about the production of the film, featuring interviews with Baumbach, editor Jennifer Lame, production designer Jade Healy, costume designer Mark Bridges, and producer David Heyman The Making of Marriage Story, a new programme featuring behind-the-scenes footage New interviews with composer Randy Newman and Baumbach about the film's score New programme featuring Baumbach walking the viewer through a key location from the film Trailers English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing PLUS: Notes on the film by novelist Linn Ullmann
Stand-up comedy can be a cut-throat business, but in Sam Coex's world, it's downright murder From the annals of bizarre cinema comes perhaps the most bizarre one of them all 1985's The Comic! In a dystopian police state reality of indeterminate time and place, orange bouffant-haired comedian Sam Coex is eager for his big break. Realising that desperate times call for even more desperate measures, he slits the throat of his rival Joey Myers, leaving the way clear for him to carve his own niche on the comedy circuit. But success can be a fickle and fleeting mistress, and Sam soon finds his career on a downward turn when he falls foul of the powers that be. Filled with more dry ice and lighting gels than an '80s stadium rock concert, The Comic is a barmy, baffling and beguiling cinematic oddity shot on 35mm film in an alternate dimension. If you ever wanted to know the answer to the eternal conundrum How does Pinocchio make love? then this is the one for you! SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS Brand new 2K restoration from the original camera negative High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation Original uncompressed mono audio Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Brand new introduction with actor Steve Munroe Newly-filmed interview with actor Steve Munroe Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by The Twins of Evil FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Collector's booklet featuring additional cast/crew interviews
In this directorial debut, Jackie plays Lung, a talented fighter but prefers to spend his time loafing around and picking fights, despite orders from his grandfather (James Tien) not to fight. Unknown to him, a brutal general (Yam Sai Kun) has been slaughtering all the people from his grandfather's clan. When the general recognizes Lung's style of kung fu during one of his street fights, he hunts down Lung's grandfather and kills him. A grieving Lung plans his vengeance and is aided by crippled kung fu master who imparts to him a new kind of emotional kung fu. Mentally and physically ready, Lung finally seeks out the wicked general to see justice done.
When a hotelier attempts to fill the chronic vacancies at his castle by launching an advertising campaign that falsely portrays the property as haunted, two actual ghosts show up and end up falling for two guests.
In this lurid shocker (Leonard Maltin), a newspaper advice columnist (Marianna Hill, Blood Beach) starts receiving threats from a mysterious person. At the same time, the female members of her psychiatrist's (Klaus Kinski, Crawlspace) therapy group are being murdered one by one by a maniac wielding a large pair of scissors. Could these incidents be linked? Donna Wilkes (Angel, Jaws 2), Craig Wasson (Body Double), Flo Gerrish (Don't Answer The Phone) and Christopher Lloyd (Back To The Future) also star.
Inspired by Robertson s 2017 bestselling memoir Testimony, ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND is a confessional, cautionary, and sometimes humorous tale of Robertson's young life and the creation of one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music. The film blends rare archival footage and interviews with many of Robertson's friends and collaborators, including Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Scorsese, Taj Mahal, Peter Gabriel, David Geffen and Ronnie Hawkins, among others. Includes subtitles for the Hard Of Hearing FEATURING: Robbie Robertson, Martin Scorsese, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Taj Mahal, Jann Wenner, Ronnie Hawkins, Van Morrison, Dominique Robertson
Hunter (Michael Dudikoff, American Ninja) is an ex-secret service agent trying to protect his best friend from a super band of rightwing terrorists known as Pentangle. When the ruthless organization torches his ranch and kidnaps his little sister, Hunter is forced into Pentangle's barbaric manhunt, played out in the remote swamplands of Louisiana. It's the ultimate game of cat-and-mouse, as Hunter employs an awesome array of martial arts skills in his desperate fight for survival and revenge. Stylishly directed by action veteran Sam Firstenberg (Revenge of the Ninja) with a stellar cast that includes Steve James (Hero and the Terror), James Booth (Robbery) and John P. Ryan (Runaway Train).
Heralded as the greatest film ever made on release, winning an Oscar in 1949 and topping the Sight & Sound film poll in 1952, De Sica's seminal work of Italian neorealism has had an impact on cinema worldwide from release to the present day, with filmmakers such as Satyajit Ray and Ken Loach claiming the film as a direct influence on their own. Bicycle Thieves tells the story of Antonio, a long unemployed man who finally finds employment putting up cinema posters for which he needs a bicycle. His wife pawns all the family linen to redeem the already pawned bicycle and for Antonio salvation has come, until the bicycle is stolen. Antonio and his son take to the streets in a desperate search to find the bicycle. Bicycle Thieves is as much about the position of Italians in post-War, post-Fascist Italy as the relationship between father and son, told through the labyrinth of the cinematic city with De Sica's arresting visual poetry. Defining neorealism, a small period of filmmaking that focused on simple, humanist stories, Bicycle Thieves was one of the most captivating and moving. Now presented in a new 4K restoration from the original camera negative SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS: Brand new 4K restoration from the original camera negative Original uncompressed PCM mono Audio Feature length audio commentary by Italian Cinema expert Robert Gordon, author of BFI Modern Classics Bicycle Thieves Money Has Been My Ruin a brand new video essay by critic and filmmaker David Cairns on Vittorio De Sica's career and filmmaking Indiscretion of an American Film Producer a brand new video essay by film historian Kat Ellinger on De Sica's relationship with Hollywood producers David O. Selznick and Joseph H. Levine and the version that never was Original trailer advertising De Sica's films, featuring Bicycle Thieves star Lamberto Maggiorani and Francesco Golisano presenting Miracle in Milan Optional English subtitles Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Vince McIndoe FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Booklet featuring writing on the film by film historian Michael Brooke, archival writings by Zavattini, De Sica, and contemporary reviews, illustrated with original stills and artwork
For young Sheldon Cooper, it isn't easy growing up in East Texas. Being a once-in-a-generation mind capable of advanced mathematics and science isn't always helpful in a land where church and football are king. And while the vulnerable, gifted and somewhat naÃ¯ve Sheldon (series star IAIN ARMITAGE) deals with the world, his very normal family must find a way to deal with him. His father, George (series star LANCE BARBER), is struggling to find his way as a high school football coach and as father to a boy he doesn't understand. Sheldon's mother, Mary (series star ZOE PERRY), fiercely protects and nurtures her son in a town where he just doesn't fit in. Sheldon's older brother, Georgie (series star MONTANA JORDAN), does the best he can in high school, but it's tough to be cool when you're in the same classes with your odd younger brother. Sheldon's twin sister, Missy (series star RAEGEN REVORD), sometimes resents all the attention Sheldon gets, but also remains the one person who can reliably tell Sheldon the truth. Finally, there's Sheldon's beloved Meemaw (series star ANNIE POTTS), his foul-mouthed, hard-drinking Texas grandmother who is very supportive of her grandson and his unique gifts. For 12 years on The Big Bang Theory, audiences have come to know the iconic, eccentric and extraordinary Sheldon Cooper. This single-camera, half-hour comedy gives us the chance to meet him in childhood, as he embarks on his innocent, awkward and hopeful journey toward the man he will become. JIM PARSONS narrates as adult Sheldon.
A love story about divorce. A marriage coming apart and a family coming together. Marriage Story is a hilarious and harrowing, sharply observed, anddeeply compassionate film from the acclaimed writer-director NOAH BAUMBACH (The Squid and the Whale). ADAM DRIVER (BlacKkKlansman) and SCARLETT JOHANSSON (Under the Skin) deliver tour-de-force performances as Charlie, a charismatic New York theatre director wedded to his work, and Nicole, an actor who is ready to change her own life. Their hopes for an amicable divorce fade as they are drawn into a system that pits them against each other and forces them to redefine their relationship and their family. Featuring bravura, finely drawn supporting turns from ALAN ALDA (M*A*S*H), RAY LIOTTA (Goodfellas), and LAURA DERN (Certain Women)who won an Academy Award for her performance hereas the trio of lawyers who preside over the legal battle, Marriage Story (nominated for six Academy Awards, including best picture) is a work of both intimacy and scope that ultimately invokes hope amid the ruins. Special Features: New 4K digital transfer, supervised by director Noah Baumbach, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray New interview with Baumbach The Players, a new programme featuring interviews with actors Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Julie Hagerty, and Ray Liotta The Filmmakers, a new programme about the production of the film, featuring interviews with Baumbach, editor Jennifer Lame, production designer Jade Healy, costume designer Mark Bridges, and producer David Heyman The Making of Marriage Story, a new programme featuring behind-the-scenes footage New interviews with composer Randy Newman and Baumbach about the film's score New programme featuring Baumbach walking the viewer through a key location from the film Trailers English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing PLUS: Notes on the film by novelist Linn Ullmann
The first Iranian film to win the Palme d'Or, this austere, emotionally complex drama by the great ABBAS KIAROSTAMI (Close-up) follows the middle-aged Mr. Badii (The Kite Runner's HOMAYOUN ERSHADI) as he drives around the hilly outskirts of Tehran looking for someone who will agree to dispose of his body after he commits suicide, a taboo under Islam. Extended conversations with three passengers (a soldier, a seminarian, and a taxidermist) elicit different views of mortality and individual choice. Operating at once as a closely observed, realistic story and a fable populated by archetypal figures, Taste of Cherry challenges the viewer to consider what often goes unexamined in everyday life. Special Features: New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack Project, Abbas Kiarostami's 39-minute 1997 sketch film for Taste of Cherry, made with the director's son Bahman Kiarostami New interview with Iranian film scholar Hamid Naficy Rare 1997 interview with Abbas Kiarostami, conducted by Iranian film scholar Jamsheed Akrami Trailer New English subtitle translation PLUS: An essay by critic A. S. Hamrah
When a hotelier attempts to fill the chronic vacancies at his castle by launching an advertising campaign that falsely portrays the property as haunted, two actual ghosts show up and end up falling for two guests.
Welcome to Kura, an organization that investigates crime using the Mizuhanome system which senses the drive to kill. Sakaido is a brilliant detective and pilot of the Mizuhanome. To solve a case, he enters the world of the killer's unconscious mind: the id well. In the shadows of brutal and puzzling cases lurks John Walker, the Serial Killer Creator. Where will Sakaido's pursuit lead?
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