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The 1980 horror classic in HD for the first time ever in America.
It is perhaps the most chilling supernatural thriller of our time. It remains a career peak for star George C. Scott and director Peter Medak (THE RULING CLASS, THE KRAYS). Now the film that Martin Scorsese calls, “One of the scariest movies ever made,” finally comes to Blu-ray. Academy Award® winner Scott delivers, -One of his greatest performances ever,- (BloodyGoodHorror.com) as a Manhattan composer consumed by grief after his wife and daughter are killed in a shocking accident. But when he moves to a secluded Victorian mansion, he will find himself haunted by a paranormal entity that may unleash an even more disturbing secret.
Trish Van Devere (THE HEARSE), two-time Oscar® winner Melvyn Douglas (BEING THERE) and Jean Marsh (FRENZY) co-star in, -One of the most unsettling ghost stories ever&$45; (IFC.com). Winner of 8 Genie Awards, including Best Foreign Actor, Best Foreign Actress and Best Canadian Film, and based on actual events.
Audio Commentary with Director Peter Medak and Producer Joel B. Michaels, moderated by Severin Films’ David Gregory.
The House On Cheesman Park: The Haunting True Story of THE CHANGELING.
The Music of THE CHANGELING: Interview with Music Arranger Kenneth Wannberg.
Building The House Of Horror: Interview with Art Director Reuben Freed.
The Psychotronic Tourist: THE CHANGELING.
Master of Horror Mick Garris on THE CHANGELING.
Poster & Still Gallery.
Engineer for Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, producer of Al Stewart’s Year of the Cat, and bandleader of The Alan Parsons Project among many other credits, Alan Parsons has put the “studio” in the term “studio musician” throughout his long and multi-faceted career in the music business. Now, we at Real Gone Music are proud to present on bluray DVD one of The Alan Parsons Project’s greatest albums, the muliti-layered masterpiece Eye in the Sky. The group’s sixth studio album, Eye in the Sky was written by Eric Woolfson (who passed December 2, 2009) and Alan Parsons. A conceptual musical meditation on a variety of belief systems—the album’s title refers to casino surveillance, earth-circling satellites, and the all-seeing eye of the Egyptian God Horus—Eye in the Sky has proved both timely and timeless, a remarkably prescient view of art, religion, politics, and culture for the 21st century. Originally released as part of the 35th Anniversary Boxset (released worldwide in December 2017), the 5.1 Surround Sound mix was engineered by Alan Parsons in April 2017 at Capitol Studios LA and is an auditory experience like no other. Says Parsons, “It was a wonderful experience to hear all the multitrack tape tracks from Eye in The Sky again—and for the first time in nearly 35 years, in their raw unmixed form. Hearing the various elements, performances, and moments of magic that were selected for the final mixes of the songs was an amazing experience… Audiophiles will be pleased to hear the brand new 5.1 Surround Sound mix, which I am extremely pleased with incidentally, and also a Hi Def stereo version taken from the original analog stereo master tape which was recorded simultaneously alongside the digital mix”. Eclectic and visionary, Eye in the Sky covers a variety of musical and thematic bases, and is one of The Alan Parson’s Project platinum-selling albums. Now it can be heard in a new, fully immersive way.
Clint Eastwood s Man with No Name spawned imitations, variations and shameless rip-offs keen to emulate his success at the box office. This includes ”Sartana”, who tapped into more than just his Spaghetti Western predecessors a mysterious figure, he has a spectral quality, aided by his Count Dracula-alike cloak. Following the first film, this unique figure in the genre was treated to four official follow-ups. The Complete Sartana collects all five films, presented here in brand-new restorations: If You Meet Sartana… Pray for Your Death, I Am Sartana, Your Angel of Death, Have a Good Funeral My Friend… Sartana Will Pay, Light the Fuse… Sartana Is Coming, and Sartana’s Here… Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin, in which George Hilton replaced Garko in the lead role.
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Brand New 4K Restoration! The film that started it all… the genre of “Spaghetti Western” was born, The Man with No Name was introduced and the iconic talents of star Clint Eastwood (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Unforgiven), director Sergio Leone (For a Few Dollars More, A Fistful of Dynamite) and composer Ennio Morricone (Navajo Joe, Death Rides a Horse) were launched. An instant international phenomenon, this hard-hitting epic stunned audiences with its violence, gritty realism and tongue-in-cheek humor. A lean, cold-eyed, cobra-quick gunfighter (Eastwood) arrives in a grim and dusty border town where two rival bands of smugglers terrorize the impoverished citizens. Though he receives lucrative offers of employment from each gang, his loyalty cannot be bought. He accepts both jobs… and sets in motion a deadly plan to destroy the criminals, pitting one against the other in a series of brilliantly orchestrated setups, showdowns and deadly confrontations. Co-starring Marianne Koch (The Devil’s General) and Gian Maria Volontè (Face to Face, The Red Circle).
-Brand New 2016 4K Restoration
-Audio Commentary by Film Historian Tim Lucas
-Audio Commentary by Noted Film Historian Sir Christopher Frayling
-Interview with Actress Marianne Koch
-“Trailers From Hell” with John Badham
-A Fistful of Dollars: Original Outtakes
-A FISTFUL in Pictures – Animated Image Gallery (14:52)
-Promoting A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS – Animated Image Gallery (15:48)
-A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS – On the Set – Animated Image Gallery (3:57)
-Restored Opening UA Logo
-The Christopher Frayling Archives: A Fistful of Dollars
-A New Kind of Hero: Featurette
-A Few Weeks in Spain: Clint Eastwood on the Experience of Making the Film
-Tre Voci: Three Friends Remember Sergio Leone
-Not Ready for Primetime: Renowned Filmmaker Monte Hellman Discusses the Television Broadcast of A Fistful of Dollars
-The Network Prologue with Harry Dean Stanton
-Location Comparisons: Then to Now
-10 Radio Spots
-Double Bill Trailer
-5.1 Surround and 2.0 Audio
-Trailers for All Five Sergio Leone Westerns
Inspired by the runaway success of the British and American gothic horror films of the sixties, Toho studios brought the vampiric tropes of the Dracula legend to Japanese screens with The Vampire Doll, Lake of Dracula, and Evil of Dracula three spookily effective cult classics collectively known as The Bloodthirsty Trilogy.
In The Vampire Doll, a young man goes missing after visiting his girlfriend s isolated country home. His sister and her boyfriend trace him to the creepy mansion, but their search becomes perilous when they uncover a gruesome family history. Lake of Dracula begins with a young girl suffering a terrifying nightmare of a vampire with blazing golden eyes. Eighteen years later, the dream is revealed to be a hellish prophecy when a strange package containing an empty coffin mysteriously turns up at a nearby lake. In Evil of Dracula, a professor takes up a new post at an all-girls school only to discover the school s principle conceals a dark secret and the pupils are in grave danger.
Abounding with images of dark thunderous nights, ghostly mansions and bloody fangs, Michio Yamamoto s trilogy emphasizes atmosphere and style and is sure to please both fans of classic gothic horror and Japanese genre cinema.
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MARI, SEVENTEEN, IS DYING. EVEN FOR HER THE WORST IS YET TO COME!
The directorial debut of Wes Craven, the man behind such horror favourites as A Nightmare on Elm Street, The Hills Have Eyes and Scream, The Last House on the Left justly retains its reputation as one of the most harrowing cinematic experiences of all time, nearly half a century on from its original release.
On the eve of her 17th birthday, Mari and friend Phyllis set off from her family home to the big city to attend a concert by shock-rockers Bloodlust. Attempting to pick up some marijuana on the way, the pair run afoul of a group of vicious crooks, headed up by the sadistic and depraved Krug (David Hess). Gagged and bound, the young women are bundled into a car trunk and driven to the woods, where the gang subject them to a terrifying ordeal of sexual humiliation, torture and murder.
Unleashed on an unsuspecting public in 1972, The Last House on the Left shocked audiences with its graphic and unflinching portrayal of interpersonal violence, paving the way for a whole host of cheap imitators looking to capitalise on its success. It is Wes Craven’s original alone, however, that remains one of the true watershed moments in horror (and indeed, film) history.
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DISC ONE THE UNCUT VERSION
DISC TWO THE KRUG & COMPANY & R-RATED CUTS
The third season of Outlander picks up right after Claire travels through the stones to return to her life in 1948. Now pregnant, she struggles with the fallout of her sudden reappearance and its effect on her marriage to her first husband, Frank. Meanwhile, in the 18th century, Jamie suffers from the aftermath of his doomed last stand at the historic battle of Culloden, as well as the loss of Claire. As the years pass, Jamie and Claire attempt to make lives apart from one another, each haunted by the memory of their lost love. Separated by continents and centuries, Claire and Jamie must find their way back to each other. As always, adversity, mystery and adventure await them, and the question remains: When they find each other, will they be the same people who parted at the standing stones all those years ago?
In 1970, young first-time director Dario Argento (Deep Red, Suspiria) made his indelible mark on Italian cinema with The Bird with the Crystal Plumage a film which redefined the ‘giallo’ genre of murder-mystery thrillers and catapulted him to international stardom.
Sam Dalmas (Tony Musante, We Own the Night), an American writer living in Rome, inadvertently witnesses a brutal attack on a woman (Eva Renzi, Funeral in Berlin) in a modern art gallery. Powerless to help, he grows increasingly obsessed with the incident. Convinced that something he saw that night holds the key to identifying the maniac terrorizing Rome, he launches his own investigation parallel to that of the police, heedless of the danger to both himself and his girlfriend Giulia (Suzy Kendall, Spasmo)…
A staggeringly assured debut, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage establishes the key traits that would define Argento’s filmography, including lavish visuals and a flare for wildly inventive, brutal scenes of violence. With sumptuous cinematography by Vittorio Storaro (Apocalypse Now) and a seductive score by legendary composer Ennio Morricone (Once Upon a Time in the West), this landmark film has never looked or sounded better in this new, 4K-restored edition from Arrow Video!
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