early a decade before he donned Freddy Krugers famous red and green sweater, horror icon Robert Englund delivered a supremely sleazy performance in Eaten Alive another essay in taut Southern terror from Tobe Hooper, director of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.
A hormone intended to alter the breeding cycle of rabbits overrunning Arizona ranchlands instead turns them into flesh-eating, 150-pound monsters in Night of the Lepus! Stuart Whitman (Eaten Alive), Janet Leigh (Psycho), Rory Calhoun (Motel Hell) and DeForest Kelley (Star Trek) are among the intrepid humans facing off against the behemoth bunnies, using guns, flames, dynamite and anything else in their grasp to battle their oversized, hungry tormentors.
Cult director Umberto Lenzi (Eaten Alive!, Nightmare City, Cannibal Ferox) directs a true gem of a Euro-adventure stomper! Taken from the famous Emilio Salgaris novel and starring cult-stalwart Richard Harrison, Sandok is an absolute must have for Lenzi completists. Sandok, graced by the beautiful score signed by maestro Francesco De Masi and by the hauntingly mesmerizing Luciana Gilli, is a cinematic adventure that tastes like the good old days
Here it is! The original uncensored, unrated director’s cut of one of the most notorious and violent films of all time. Banned in 31 countries, CANNIBAL FEROX assaults your senses as a group of Americans lost in the jungles of Amazonia experience brutal retribution at the hands of bloodcrazed cannibals.
Italian director Umberto Lenzi had recently completed a landmark string of kinky gialli with Hollywood outcast Carroll Baker. Cuban-born/Actor’s Studio-trained Tomas Milian had become one of Spaghetti Westerns’ most popular stars. But when these two notoriously mercurial talents came together for a series of shocking Poliziotteschi –reactionary crime films that reflected the political and sociocultural violence of 1970s Italy – they grabbed audiences by the throat, gunned down the conventions of the genre and changed the emotional velocity of action cinema forever. This collection presents Lenzi & Milian’s five greatest collaborations, now restored uncut and uncensored from the original negatives for the first time ever.