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Monday 29th April 2024

Eleven incredible pieces of cinema from the 90’s – five releases jam-packed with iconic actors and unforgettable performances.

Film Focus: Harvey Keitel (1992 - 1999) - Imprint Collection #333 - 338

With a career spanning almost sixty years, Hollywood’s favourite tough guy Harvey Keitel is one of the most beloved and iconic actors of all time.

These six classic 90’s films celebrate his remarkable career and feature performances from Madonna, Elisabeth Moss, John Wood, Kate Winslet, Iain Glen, James Russo, Kelly Lynch, and John Turturro.
- Bad Lieutenant (1992)
- The Young Americans (1993)
- Dangerous Game (1993)
- Imaginary Crimes (1994)
- Clockers (1995)
- Holy Smoke (1999)

Limited Edition 6-Disc Hardbox packed with brand NEW special features including audio commentaries and interviews, plus an exclusive booklet featuring essays on Bad Lieutenant by film critic Sean Burns, Holy Smoke by film critic/podcast producer Blake Howard, and Harvey Keitel by filmmaker Scout Tafoya.

Smoke/Blue In The Face (1995) - Imprint Collection #339 - 340

Harvey Keitel stars as Augustus “Auggie” Wren, a Brooklyn Cigar Store manager, in the hilarious independent comedy Smoke, plus its sequel Blue in the Face.

Limited Edition 2-Disc Hardbox, strictly limited to 1500 copies only.

Men Of Respect (1990) - Imprint Collection #341

William Shakespeare’s Macbeth receives the mobster treatment in this 1990 crime drama, starring John Turturro (The Big Lebowski) as a Mafia hitman killing his way to the top.

8mm (1999) - Imprint Collection #342

8mm is the box office smash that stars Nicolas Cage as a private investigator who falls deep into the world of snuff films. Directed by Joel Schumacher (The Lost Boys), and written by Andrew Kevin Walker (Seven), this crime thriller also stars Joaquin Phoenix and James Gandolfini.

The Juror (1996) - Imprint Collection #343

Demi Moore and Alec Baldwin light up the screen in this thrilling crime drama from the Academy Award winning screenwriter of The Silence of the Lambs, Ted Tally.

All of the titles can be ordered in a special bundle HERE.


Thursday 25th April 2024

In honor of its 50th anniversary, director Bob Clark’s Deathdream (aka Dead of Night) makes its world-wide debut on 4K UHD and Remastered Blu-ray on May 21st from a brand new 4K restoration, overflowing with exclusive new and archival extras.

Charles and Christine (Academy Award® nominees John Marley and Lynn Carlin) receive the tragic news that their son Andy (Richard Backus) has died in Vietnam. As Charles and their daughter (Anya Ormsby) begin to process their grief, Christine refuses to believe her son has been killed. Indeed, when Andy shows up at the front door soon thereafter, the family joyfully welcomes him home and chalks the whole thing up to a clerical error. As the days go by, Andy’s behavior becomes stranger and more erratic and when his true violent nature is revealed, sides are drawn in the family – setting up an unforgettable ending.

Inspired by the W. W. Jacobs short story The Monkey’s Paw, screenwriter Alan Ormsby and director Bob Clark created one of the first Vietnam vet parables, a film that Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times called, "a potent and compelling thriller!"

The 4K UHD and Blu-ray special features include audio commentaries with co producer/director Bob Clark, writer/make-up artist Alan Ormsby, and others; cast and crew retrospective interviews; restored theatrical trailer; extensive still galleries; and more.

Pre-order 4K UltraHD/Blu-ray Combo HERE!

Pre-order Blu-ray HERE!


Saturday 9th March 2024

Feast your glowing eyes on our four worldwide UHD premieres, including the 1981 psychosexual shocker BUTCHER BAKER NIGHTMARE MAKER starring Jimmy McNichol, Bo Svenson and Oscar® nominee Susan Tyrrell; Sergio Martino’s 1979 behemoth reptile chomp-a-thon THE GREAT ALLIGATOR starring Mel Ferrer and Barbara Bach; the 1977 Canadian supernatural classic CATHY’S CURSE, featuring both the Director’s Cut and U.S. Release Version; and Lucio Fulci’s infamous 1986 erotic thriller THE DEVIL’S HONEY. Each film has been scanned in 4K with hours of Special Features. BUTCHER BAKER NIGHTMARE MAKER and THE GREAT ALLIGATOR will also be available on Blu-ray.

In addition, Severin will release Standard Editions of two ‘80s horror classics from Italian genre director Michele Soavi: THE CHURCH and THE SECT, both recently released for the first time on UHD in North America.


It remains the most joltingly violent, psychosexual grindhouse shocker of the ‘80s, directed by a veteran of I Love Lucy and starring a frequently shirtless former teen idol with an epically demented performance by an Oscar® nominee. And now it can be experienced for the first time ever in UHD: Jimmy McNichol stars as an orphaned high-school student raised by his strangely overprotective aunt (Susan Tyrrell of FAT CITY fame) who becomes implicated in a grisly murder investigated by a psychotic police detective (an equally unhinged Bo Svenson of INGLORIOUS BASTARDS). 7x Emmy® nominee Julia Duffy (Newhart) and Bill Paxton (in one of his first film roles) co-star in this “jaw-dropping hunk of genre insanity” (Pop Culture Beast) and former DPP 39 Video Nasty – also known as NIGHT WARNING – now scanned in 4K from the original camera negative with 6 hours of new and archival Special Features.

  *Webstore Exclusive Slipcover *Reversible Wrap

DISC 1: Region ABC UHD (Feature + Special Features)
- Audio Commentary by actor Jimmy McNichol
- Audio Commentary by co-writer/producer Steve Breimer and co-writer Alan Jay Glueckman, moderated By Mondo Digital’s Nathaniel Thompson
- Audio Commentary by co-producer and unit production manager Eugene Mazzola
- Theatrical Trailer

DISC 2: Region ABC Blu-ray (Feature + Special Features) - Audio Commentary by actor Jimmy McNichol
- Audio Commentary by co-writer/producer Steve Breimer and co-writer Alan Jay Glueckman, moderated By Mondo Digital’s Nathaniel Thompson
- Audio Commentary by co-producer and unit production manager Eugene Mazzola
- "Extreme Prejudice" interview with actor Bo Svenson
-"Point and Shoot" interview with director of photography Robbie Greenberg
- "Family Dynamics" interview with editor Ted Nicolaou
- Cast and Crew Interviews with actors Jimmy McNichol, Susan Tyrrell, and Steve Eastin, make-up artist Allan A. Apone and producer Steve Breimer
- Theatrical Trailer
-TV Spot

*Also available on Blu-ray


Director Sergio Martino (ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK) combines a monster reptile with an all-star EuroCult cast for one of the most outrageously entertaining Italian Jungle Carnage movies of them all, now in UHD for the first time ever: At the opening of a tropical resort, a photographer (Claudio Cassinelli of SLAVE OF THE CANNIBAL GOD), an anthropologist (Barbara Bach of THE SPY WHO LOVED ME) and an arrogant hotelier (Mel Ferrer of EATEN ALIVE!) are besieged by hostile natives, obnoxious tourists and a gargantuan river beast that intends to devour them all. Romano Puppo (ROBOWAR), Richard Johnson (ZOMBIE) and Silvia Collatina (THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY) co-star in this “top ten killer alligator/crocodile movie” (JoBlo), co-written by George Eastman (ANTHROPOPHAGOUS), Cesare Frugoni (SPIDER LABYRINTH) and Ernesto Gastaldi (ALMOST HUMAN), newly scanned in 4K from the original negative.

*Webstore Exclusive Slipcover
*Reversible Wrap


Disc 1: Region ABC UHD (Feature + Special Features)
- Theatrical Trailer
Disc 2: Region A Blu-ray (Feature + Special Features)
- "Down by the River" interview with director Sergio Martino
- "Minou" interview with actress Silvia Collatina
- "Beware of the Gator" interview with camera operator Claudio Morabito
- "Later Alligator" interview with production designer Antonello Geleng
- "Underwater" interview with underwater camera operator Gianlorenzo Battaglia
- "3 Friends and an Alligator" discussion with cinematographer Giancarlo Ferrando, production designer Antonello Geleng and special effects supervisor Paolo Ricci
- "Paradise House: Christianity and the Natural World in THE GREAT ALLIGATOR" video essay by Lee Gambin, author of "Massacred by Mother Nature"
- "Alligator Land" Antonello Geleng Shares Original Production Drawings
- Theatrical Trailer

*Also available on Blu-ray


It’s been called “chilling and disturbing” (Film Fracture), “an absolute revelation” (Kindertrauma) and “unlike anything you’ve ever seen” (Bloody Disgusting). Now experience The Director’s Cut and American R-Rated Release Version in UHD for the first time ever: In 1947, a young girl is roasted alive in a car accident. Thirty years later, her grown brother returns to their childhood home with his mentally unstable wife and sweet daughter Cathy. But when the dead aunt’s vengeful spirit possesses the child, it will unleash an unnerving nightmare of creepy mediums, demonic dolls and plenty of sick ‘70s foul-mouthed moppet mayhem. In an unprecedented source upgrade, both versions are scanned in 4K from the recently discovered negatives with 2+ hours of Special Features.

*Limited Edition Webstore Exclusive Slipcase With Glowing LED Eyes Available Separately
*Reversible Wrap

CATHY'S CURSE Special Features:

Disc 1: Region ABC UHD (Feature + Special Features)
- Audio Commentary by Fangoria contributor Brian Collins and filmmakerSimon Barrett (U.S. Cut Only)
- Theatrical Trailers

Disc 2: Region ABC Blu-ray (Feature + Special Features)
- Audio Commentary by Fangoria contributor Brian Collins and filmmaker Simon Barrett (U.S. Cut Only)
- "Tricks and Treats" interview with director Eddy Matalon
- "Cathy's Daddy" Alan Scarfe remembers CATHY'S CURSE
- "Cathy & Mum" interview with actress Randi Allen and costume designer Joyce Allen
- Introduction to Cinematic Void/American Cinematheque Screening by Brian Collins
- Theatrical Trailers
- Booklet by Simon Barrett and Brian Collins


In one of the most twistedly intense films of his career, Lucio Fulci takes on the erotic thriller genre and unleashes an onslaught of glossy depravity in UHD for the first time ever: Brett Halsey (DEMONIA), Corinne Cléry (THE STORY OF O) and Blanca Marsillach (FLESH+BLOOD) star in this insane S&M saga complete with torrid romance, rampant nudity, woodwind-induced orgasms and a cavalcade of kink to deliver what The Digital Bits calls “one of the sleazier films Fulci ever made.” Stefano Madia (BODY COUNT), Bernard Seray (HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD) and Fulci himself co-star in this psychosexual sickie – also known as DANGEROUS OBSESSION – now scanned in 4K from the original negative with Special Features that include an all-new interview with Blanca Marsillach and a newly-discovered audio interview with Lucio Fulci.

  *Webstore Exclusive Slipcover
*Reversible Wrap

THE DEVIL'S HONEY Special Features:

Disc 1: Region ABC UHD (Feature + Special Features)
- Theatrical Trailer

Disc 2: Region A Blu-ray (Feature + Special Features)
- "Sax, Lies and Videotape" interview with actress Blanca Marsillach
- Archival Audio Interview with director Lucio Fulci by Michele Romagnoli
- "The Devil's Halsey" interview with actor Brett Halsey
- "Wild Flower" interview with actress Corinne Cléry
- "Producing Honey" interview with producer Vincenzo Salviani
- "The Devil's Sax" interview with composer Claudio Natili
- Stephen Thrower, author of "Beyond Terror: The Films of Lucio Fulci", on THE DEVIL'S HONEY
- "Fulci's Honey" audio essay by Troy Howarth, author of "Splintered Visions: Lucio Fulci and His Films"
- Alternate Opening
- Theatrical Trailer


Wednesday 24th January 2024

World Premiere on 4K UHD & North American Premiere on Blu-ray of ALL LADIES DO IT (1992)

After five years of marriage, Diana discovers the joys of adultery, claiming that she can save her failing relationship with her husband through betrayal.

From the director of Caligula and Salon Kitty comes the stylish, erotic comedy drama All Ladies Do It, starring the sexy Claudia Koll. Cult Epics presents the Uncut & Uncensored Director’s Cut with new and vintage bonus features.

Italy / 1992 / Color / 97 Mins / 1.85:1 / DTS-HD MA 2.0 Stereo / English & Italian Languages / Optional English Subtitles

Special Features:
4K UHD Blu-ray:
- 4K Transfer (from the original negative) & Restoration + HDR
- Audio Commentary by Eugenio Ercolani & Troy Howarth
- 4K Theatrical Trailers
- 4K Transfer (from the original negative) & Restoration
- Audio Commentary by Eugenio Ercolani & Troy Howarth
- Theatrical Trailers
- Interview with Director Tinto Brass (2001)
- Outtakes
- Photo Gallery
- Dual-layered Disc
Limited Edition Collectibles:
- Exclusive Slipcase
- Reversible Sleeve with Original Uncensored Italian Poster Art
- 20-Page Illustrated Booklet with Essay by Eugenio Ercolani & Domenico Monetti

WEB EXCLUSIVE: 4K UHD+Blu-ray/Exclusive Slipcase Art/Booklet/4 Lobby Card Postcards $49.95.

2-DISC TRADE EDITION: 4K UHD+Blu-ray/Standard Slipcase Art/Reversible Sleeve/Booklet/4 Lobby Card Postcards: $49.95.

1-DISC BLU-RAY EDITION: Blu-ray/Standard Slipcase Art/Reversible Sleeve/Booklet: $34.95.

PRE-ORDER SIGNED HARDCOVER BOOK with Exclusive Dust-Jacket, Fold-out Poster & Tinto Brass DVD Trailer Reel

Tinto Brass (1933), whose long-life career includes 30 films, is the Italian director best known for the soft adult films he shot in the 1970s and 1980s—his most famous being Salon Kitty (1976), The Key (1983) with Stefania Sandrelli, and the notorious Caligula (1979) which film producer Bob Guccioni, founder of Penthouse, took away from Brass and cut himself. This homage to his fascinating career includes his earliest avant-garde films like Who Works is Lost (1963); the western Yankee (1966) and the giallo Deadly Sweet (1967); experimental arthouse films Attraction (1968), The Howl (1969), including the hard-to-be-seen Dropout (1970) and Vacation (1971) with Franco Nero and Vanessa Redgrave; and the decidedly derrière-obsessed fetishism of his later work, including Paprika (1991), All Ladies Do It (1992), The Voyeur (1994), Frivolous Lola (1998), and Cheeky! (2000). The Films of Tinto Brass: From the Avant-Garde to Erotica is a film-by-film guide to one of the most interesting and uncompromising Italian film directors.

Limited Hardcover Edition of 1500 copies: Approx. 9"x11" / 244 pages / 200+ images / Color+B&W / Edited by Nico B

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Hardcover Book + Exclusive Dust-jacket + Fold-out Poster + Signed by Nico B + Tinto Brass DVD Trailer Reel: $69.95.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Hardcover Book + Exclusive Dust-jacket + Fold-out Poster + Signed by Nico B + Tinto Brass DVD Trailer Reel + All Ladies Do It (2-Disc Edition) 4K UHD+Blu-ray + Exclusive Slipcase + Reversible Sleeve + 20-page Booklet + 4 Lobby Card Postcards: $119.95.

SHIPPING (UHD+Blu-ray/Blu-ray Only)
US: $5.00
Canada: $14.50
Worldwide: $17.50

SHIPPING (Hardcover Book + UHD+Blu-ray)
US: $10.00
Canada: $50.00
Worldwide: $80.00


Friday 19th January 2024

LA HAINE: Mathieu Kassovitz took the film world by storm with La haine, a gritty, unsettling, and visually explosive look at the racial and cultural volatility in modern-day France, specifically the low-income banlieue districts on Paris’s outskirts. Aimlessly passing their days in the concrete environs of their dead-end suburbia, Vinz (Vincent Cassel), Hubert (Hubert Koundé), and Saïd (Saïd Taghmaoui)—Jewish, African, and Arab, respectively—give human faces to France’s immigrant populations, their bristling resentment at their marginalization slowly simmering until it reaches a climactic boiling point. A work of tough beauty, La haine is a landmark of 1990s French cinema and a gripping reflection of its country’s ongoing identity crisis.

- New 4K digital master, supervised by director of photography Pierre Aïm and approved by director Mathieu Kassovitz, with 2.0 and 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtracks
- One 4K UHD disc of the film presented in Dolby Vision HDR and one Blu-ray with the film and special features
- Audio commentary by Kassovitz
- Introduction by actor Jodie Foster
- Ten Years of "La haine" a documentary featuring cast and crew members
- Featurette on the film’s banlieue setting
- Production footage
- Deleted and extended scenes, with an afterword by Kassovitz
- Behind-the-scenes photos
- Trailers
- An essay by film scholar Ginette Vincendeau and a 2006 appreciation by filmmaker Costa-Gavras

PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK: This sensual and striking chronicle of a disappearance and its aftermath put director Peter Weir on the map and helped usher in a new era of Australian cinema. Based on an acclaimed 1967 novel by Joan Lindsay, Picnic at Hanging Rock is set at the turn of the twentieth century and concerns a small group of students from an all-female college who vanish, along with a chaperone, while on a St. Valentine’s Day outing. Less a mystery than a journey into the mystic, as well as an inquiry into issues of class and sexual repression in Australian society, Weir’s gorgeous, disquieting film is a work of poetic horror whose secrets haunt viewers to this day.

- New 4K digital restoration, supervised and approved by director Peter Weir and director of photography Russell Boyd, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack
- One 4K UHD disc of the film presented in HDR and one Blu-ray with the film and special features
- Interview with Weir
- Program on the making of the film, featuring interviews with executive producer Patricia Lovell, producers Hal McElroy and Jim McElroy, and cast members
- Introduction by film scholar David Thomson, author of The New Biographical Dictionary of Film
- On-set documentary hosted by Lovell and featuring interviews with Weir, actor Rachel Roberts, and source-novel author Joan Lindsay
- "Homesdale" (1971), a black comedy by Weir
- Theatrical Trailer
- English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
An essay by author Megan Abbott and an excerpt from film scholar Marek Haltof’s 1996 book "Peter Weir: When Cultures Collide"

WERCKMEISTER HARMONIES: This mesmeric parable of societal collapse is an enigma of transcendent visual, philosophical, and mystical resonance. Adapted from a novel by László Krasznahorkai, Werckmeister Harmonies unfolds in an unknown time in an unnamed village, where, one day, a mysterious circus—complete with an enormous stuffed whale and a shadowy, demagogue-like figure known as the Prince—arrives and appears to awaken a kind of madness in the citizens that builds inexorably toward violence. In thirty-nine hypnotic long takes engraved in ghostly black and white, auteur Béla Tarr and codirector-editor Ágnes Hranitzky conjure an apocalyptic vision of dreamlike dread and fathomless beauty.

- New 4K digital restoration, supervised and approved by director Béla Tarr, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the 4K UHD disc and the Blu-ray
- In the 4K UHD edition: One 4K UHD disc of the film and one Blu-ray with the film and special features
- "Family Nest" (1979), Tarr’s first feature film
- New interview with Tarr by film critic Scott Foundas
- New English subtitle translation
- An essay by film programmer and critic Dennis Lim

I AM CUBA: Both a landmark of radical political cinema and one of the most visually ravishing films ever made, this legendary hymn to revolution shimmers across the screen like a fever dream of rebellion. The result of an extraordinarily ambitious collaboration between the Soviet and Cuban film industries, director Mikhail Kalatozov’s I Am Cuba unfolds in four explosive vignettes that capture Cuban life on the brink of transformation, as crushing economic exploitation and inequality give way to a working-class uprising. Backed by Carlos Fariñas’s stirring score, the dazzling camera work by Sergei Urusevsky—an inspiration for generations of filmmakers to follow—gives flight to the movie’s message of liberation.

- New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
- In the 4K UHD edition: One 4K UHD disc of the film and one Blu-ray with the film and special features
"I Am Cuba: The Siberian Mammoth" a 2004 documentary on the making of the film featuring key participants
- Interview from 2003 with filmmaker Martin Scorsese
- New appreciation of the film by cinematographer Bradford Young
- Trailer
- Alternate Russian-dubbed soundtrack
- New English subtitle translation
- An essay by film critic Juan Antonio García Borrero

DOGFIGHT: An ineffably bittersweet portrait of youth in the 1960s, Nancy Savoca’s funny, sensitive tale of love and war etches two vividly alive characters: aspiring San Francisco folk singer Rose (Lili Taylor) and hotheaded, Vietnam-bound marine Eddie (River Phoenix), who meet on the occasion of a cruelly misogynistic party where men compete to bring the most unattractive dates they can find. But what begins as a night to forget unexpectedly develops into something far more meaningful. Featuring music by folk legends Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, and Pete Seeger, Dogfight captures the miracle of human connection while gracefully subverting ideas surrounding machismo, patriotic duty, and the very meaning of America itself.

- New 2K digital restoration, supervised by director Nancy Savoca, with 2.0 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack
- Audio commentary featuring Savoca and producer Richard Guay
- New interview with Savoca and actor Lili Taylor conducted by filmmaker Mary Harron
- New interviews with cinematographer Bobby Bukowski, production designer Lester Cohen, script supervisor Mary Cybulski, music supervisor Jeff Kimball, supervising sound editor Tim Squyres, and editor John Tintori
- Trailer
- English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
-An essay by film critic Christina Newland


Friday 19th January 2024

Arriving on February 13th is the unique action/crime thriller Fear is the Key, based on a novel by Alistair MacLean (The Guns of Navarone, Where Eagles Dare), and featuring car-chase choreography by the legendary Carey Loftin (French Connection, Vanishing Point, Bullitt). The story offers surprising twists at every turn, including an assassination, an unexpected witness, a kidnapping, and an intricate conspiracy with millions of dollars at its center. Director Michael Tuchner brings MacLean’s complex international espionage bestseller to life. The film stars Barry Newman, Suzy Kendall, John Vernon, Dolph Sweet, and Sir Ben Kingsley in his feature film debut.

The Blu-ray special features include a new audio commentary by filmmaker and critic Howard S. Berger; a visual essay, featurettes and interviews; the theatrical trailer; a reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Nathanael Marsh; a double-sided foldout poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Nathanael Marsh; and an illustrated collector’s booklet with new writing by filmmaker and critic Sean Hogan.

The Shaolin Plot kicks Valentine’s Day into high gear with a 2K restoration from the original film elements. The film stars Sammo Hung in his final collaboration with directing legend and mentor Huang Feng. With only the Shaolin and Wu-Tang missing from his collection of martial arts manuals, Prince Daglen (Chan Sing) concocts a plan to steal both with the aid of a vicious agent (Hung). But Daglen didn’t count on the heroics of the surviving Shaolin and Wu-Tang warriors (Casanova Wong, Kwan Yung Moon, and James Tien) to thwart his plot. Intrigue, double-crossing, and feats of heroism all culminate in one of the greatest action film finales ever. Filmmaker Huang Feng is one of the most influential martial arts filmmakers in the world and was instrumental in the careers of John Woo (Hardboiled, Face/Off) and Stanley Tong (Supercop, Rumble in the Bronx).

The Blu-ray special features include a commentary by martial arts film experts Frank Djeng & Michael Worth; commentary by action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema; alternate English credits; the original theatrical trailers; a double-sided fold-out poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Ilan Sheady; a reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Ilan Sheady; and an illustrated collector’s booklet featuring new writing by Peter Glagowski.


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