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Despite being ridiculous on many levels, Burial Ground is one of the best zombie movies ever. The look of the zombies, coupled with the Italian's love of over-the-top gore and bad dubbing, make this one a must see, especially now that Severin Films has given us a brand new Blu-ray version to sink our teeth into.
If for no other reason, this movie must be seen to witness the creepiest mother-son relationship ever committed to film. Bold claim, I know, but this movie goes there.
- New restored 2K scan with full shot by shot color correction.
- English and Italian Language Audio Tracks.
- Villa Parisi - Legacy of Terror – Featurette on the historic house location.
- Peter Still Lives –Festival Q&A with actor Peter Bark.
- Just for the Money – Interview with actor Simone Mattioli.
- The Smell Of Death – Interviews with Producer Gabriele Crisanti and Actress Mariangela Giordano.
- Deleted/ Extended Scenes/ Shots.
- Theatrical Trailer.
The only Exorcist sequel that is actually good, Exorcist III: Legion has been given the Special Edition treatment by Scream Factory, and it looks like it's going to be a fantastic disc. The nun scene alone makes the movie worth watching.
This is definite Must Own material.
- The Exorcist III (Theatrical Cut) - NEW 2K scan of the interpositive.
- Vintage featurette.
- Deleted Scene/Alternate Takes/Bloopers.
- Deleted Prologue.
- Vintage interviews (featuring behind-the-scenes footage) with writer/director William Peter Blatty, George C. Scott, Jason Miller, Ed Flanders, Grand L. Bush, executive producer James G. Robinson, production designer Leslie Dilley, Larry King and C. Everett Koop.
- Original Theatrical Trailers.
- Original TV Spots.
- Photo Galleries.
- Legion (Original Director's Cut of The Exorcist III) 105 minutes.
- NEW Audio interview with writer/director William Peter Blatty.
- NEW A "Wonderfull" Time – interviews with producer Carter DeHaven, actors Clifford David and Tracy Thorne and production assistant Kara Reidy.
- NEW Signs of the Gemini – an interview with Brad Dourif.
- NEW The Devil in the Details – interview with production designer Leslie Dilley, assistant designer Daren Dochterman and illustrator Simon Murton.
- NEW Music for a Padded Cell – an interview with composer Barry DeVorzon.
- NEW All This Bleeding – a look at the re-shoot and makeup effects with production manager Ronald Colby, editor Todd Ramsay, effects artists William Forsche, Mike Smithson, Brian Wade and actor/body double Charles Powell.
Way better than we expected it to be, Lights Out thrilled the hell out of us. It's probably best to give this one a rent if you're on the fence about it, but we'll be adding the Blu-ray to our collection.
- I'm really curious to check out Blue Underground's 3-Disc Manhattan Baby set, as it's one of the few of Fulci's "bigger" movies that I have yet to see.
- Nerve was decent enough, but it's more of a rental to us than anything.
- And everything else, as always, is a crap-shoot.