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Manhattan Baby (Lucio Fulci, 1982)

“Blue Underground delivers Lucio Fulci’s Manhattan Baby with a gorgeous HD transfer, terrific new bonus features, and a CD of Fabio Frizzi’s glorious score.” Read the entire review at Slant Magazine. Advertisements

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Blood Sisters: Jean Rollin’s The Living Dead Girl & Two Orphan Vampires

“The latest installment in Redemption Films and Kino Lorber’s rollout of Jean Rollin titles making their Blu-ray debut actually forms a kind of diptych, a matched pair of films that—however far apart in tone, not to mention levels of graphic … Continue reading

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Zombie (Lucio Fulci, 1979)

“Fulci fans and zombie film zealots alike will want to devour Blue Underground’s Zombie 2-Disc Ultimate Edition on Blu-ray.” Read my review of Blue Underground’s deluxe 2-Disc Blu-ray release of Zombie, which hit the streets last Tuesday, Oct. 25th, at … Continue reading

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The House by the Cemetery (Lucio Fulci, 1981)

“Prime real estate for the horror film aficionado, Blue Underground presents The House by the Cemetery in a terrific new Blu-ray package.” Read my review of Blue Underground’s new Blu-ray of The House by the Cemetery, released last Tuesday, Oct. … Continue reading

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Wes Craven’s THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT and Antonio Margheriti’s INVASION OF THE FLESH HUNTERS (aka CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE)

What struck me most last night at Retrofantasma, watching The Last House on the Left in a theatrical venue, was a purely technical aspect. It’s long been common coin that Wes Craven’s grindhouse poison pen letter to the American family … Continue reading

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