Gory Italian horror classic Burial Ground bleeds onto Blu-ray this October
Hot on the heels of their acclaimed release of Doctor Butcher MD, on October 25th, 2016 Severin Films will unleash the definitive Blu-ray of psychosexual sleaze maestro Andrea Bianchi’s zombie gut n’ boob-chomper Burial Ground. Severin is improbably proud to present this gorehound/sex-fiend favorite, now packed with all-new exclusive Extras, reversible sleeve art, and a Limited Edition (3000) O-Sleeve with new art by Wes Benscoter and featuring a 2k scan with new restoration and color correction from a negative element recently disco vered beneath the floorboards of a Trastevere church rectory.
For his only foray into the zombie genre, celluloid grime guru Andrea Bianchi (Malabimba: The Malicious Whore) unleashes enough flesh-ripping, innard-munching and depraved oedipal mayhem to set insane new standards in Italian horror: Mariangela Giordano (Malabimba) stars in the splatter classic about a cursed country estate besieged by horny houseguests, undead Etruscans and the unusual relationship between a mother (Giordano) and her mega-creepy young son (disturbingly portrayed by diminutive adult actor Peter Bark) that will trigger perhaps the most jaw-dropping scenes in grindhouse history.
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
Limited Edition of 3000 with O-Sleeve feature exclusive new art by Wes Benscoter (Purchases through Severin will receive free 12×18 poster or a Special Bundle Package is being offered with Poster, enamel pin, ‘Smells Of Death’ t-shirt and a ‘Smells of Death Shot Glass’
Will you be buying this TITillating horror classic?
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