Released on 31st August 2021
The Brotherhood of Satan is a 1971 US horror by Bernard McEveety
Starring Strother Martin, L.Q. Jones and Charles Bateman
US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
There are no censorship issues with this release.
A small rural town and a family of outsiders, both trapped in the demonic grip of The Brotherhood of Satan! Recently widowed Ben, his glamourous girlfriend Nicky and his small daughter
K.T. are on a road trip across the Southwest, which comes to a screeching halt when they witness an accident. Heading to the nearby isolated desert town of Hillsboro to report it to the Sheriff (played by L.Q. Jones), they are met with a hostile reaction
from the locals, who are gripped by paranoia and fear due to a series of gruesome deaths, as well as the mysterious disappearance of eleven of the communitys children. As the bodies continue to pile up around them, Ben and his family find themselves
joining the sheriff, a local priest and the towns enigmatic physician Doc Duncan (Strother Martin, Cool Hand Luke) in the midst of a mystery that points towards a deadly satanic cult...
Produced by Alvy Moore and L.Q. Jones, a veteran character actor
best known for his work with Sam Peckinpah, The Brotherhood of Satan is an atmospheric and chilling tale of terror that provides a crucial missing link between Rosemarys Baby (1968) and The Devils Rain (1975) in the cycle of turn-of-the-seventies
shockers involving sinister devil-worshipping cults lurking within the dark shadows of modern-day America.
SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS
- High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
- Original uncompressed mono audio
- Optional English subtitles
- Brand new audio commentary by writers Kim Newman and Sean Hogan
- Satanic Panic: How the 1970s Conjured the
Brotherhood of Satan, a brand new visual essay by David Flint
- The Children of Satan, exclusive new interview with actors Jonathan Erickson Eisley and Alyson Moore
- Original Trailers and TV and Radio Spots
- Image Gallery
- Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Richard Wells
- FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated booklet featuring new writing by Johnny Mains and Brad Stevens
Dune is a 1984 USA action Sci-Fi adventure by David Lynch.
Starring Kyle MacLachlan and Virginia Madsen and Francesca Annis.
BBFC category cuts were required for a PG rated 1984 cinema release. Uncut and 15 rated on UK home video until 2016 when the rating was dropped to 12. Uncut and MPAA PG-13 rated in the US.
US: Uncut and MPAA PG-13 rated for:
In the far future, a duke and his family are sent by the Emperor to a sand world from which comes a spice that is essential for interstellar travel. The move is designed to destroy the duke and his family, but
his son escapes and seeks revenge as he uses the world's ecology as one of his weapons.
Following a notorious aborted attempt by Alejandro Jodorowsky in the 1970s, Frank Herbert's bestselling sci-fi epic Dune finally made it to the big screen as the third film by
emerging surrealist wunderkind David Lynch, featuring an all-star cast that includes several of Lynch's regular collaborators.
The year is 10,191, and four planets are embroiled in a secret plot to wrest control of the Spice Melange, the most
precious substance in the universe and found only on the planet Arrakis. A feud between two powerful dynasties, House Atreides and House Harkonnen, is manipulated from afar by ruling powers that conspire to keep their grip on the spice. As the two
families clash on Arrakis, Duke Atreides' son Paul (Kyle MacLachlan, in his screen debut) finds himself at the center of an intergalactic war and an ancient prophecy that could change the galaxy forever.
Though its initial reception ensured that
Lynch largely eschewed mainstream filmmaking for the rest of his career, Dune has since been rightly re-evaluated as one of the most startlingly original and visionary science fiction films of the 1980s. Its astonishing production design and
visual effects can now be appreciated anew in this spellbinding 4K restoration, accompanied by hours of comprehensive bonus features.
LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY CONTENTS Brand new 4K restoration from the original camera negative 60-page perfect-bound book featuring new writing by Andrew Nette, Christian McCrea and Charlie Brigden, an interview with sound designer Alan Splet from 1984, excerpts from an interview with the director and a
Dune Terminology glossary Large fold-out double-sided poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Dániel Taylor Six double-sided, postcard-sized lobby card reproductions Limited edition packaging with
reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Dániel Taylor
DISC 1: FEATURE & EXTRAS High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation Original uncompressed stereo and DTS-HD MA 5.1 audio Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
Brand new commentary by film historian Paul M. Sammon Brand new commentary by Mike White of The Projection Booth podcast Impressions of Dune , a 2003 documentary on the making of the film Designing Dune ,
a 2005 featurette on the work of production designer Anthony Masters Dune FX , a 2005 featurette on the film's effects Dune Models & Miniatures , a 2005 featurette on the film's model effects Dune Costumes
, a 2005 featurette on the film's costume designs 11 deleted scenes, with a 2005 introduction by Raffaella de Laurentiis Destination Dune , a 1983 featurette Theatrical trailers and TV spots Image galleries
DISC 2: BONUS DISC Beyond Imagination: Merchandising Dune , a brand new featurette on the film's promotional merchandise Prophecy Fulfilled: Scoring Dune , a brand new featurette on the film's music score, with
interviews with members of Toto and film music historian Tim Greiving Brand new interview with make-up effects artist Giannetto de Rossi Archive interview with production coordinator Golda Offenheim Archive interview with star
Paul Smith Archive interview with make-up effects artist Christopher Tucker
*EXTRAS STILL IN PRODUCTION AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE
The Comedy of Terrors is a 1963 USA comedy horror by Jacques Tourneur.
Starring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff.
Cut by the BBFC for 1964 X rated cinema release. Uncut at 15 on VHS and 12 on DVD. Cut in the US. US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
Your Favorite Creeps Together Again! Four masters of the macabre star in this sinister and screamingly funny scare-fest! Waldo Trumbull (Vincent Price, The Raven) is running his
father-in-law's (Boris Karloff, Black Sabbath) funeral home business... straight into the ground! Hounded by his landlord (Basil Rathbone, The Magic Sword), Trumbull and his assistant (Peter Lorre, Tales of Terror) devise a way to make death pay: by
increasing their customer base through murder and burying the secrets of their success... body by body! Jacques Tourneur, the diabolical director of Cat People, I Walked with a Zombie, Out of the Past and War-Gods of the Deep, blended humor and horror
for The Comedy of Terrors, written by Richard Matheson (The Last Man on Earth) and co-starring Joyce Jameson (The Apartment) with special guest star Joe E. Brown (Some Like It Hot).
-NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian
-Richard Matheson Storyteller
-Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase