USA, 1974. Director: Duke Mitchell. Duke Mitchell, Vic Caesar, Lorenzo Dodo, Louis Zito, Cara Salerno, Fred Otash, John Strong, Jimmy Williams. 79 Mins.
YOU'RE IN, OR YOU'RE IN THE WAY!
Italian-American actor and nightclub singer Duke Mitchell wrote, produced, directed and starred in this homemade answer to THE GODFATHER, self-financed with earnings from his career as the self-proclaimed Mr. Palm Springs. Previously known for his Martin and Lewis act with Sammy Petrillo as seen in BELA LUGOSI MEETS A BROOKLYN GORILLA, Duke plays the ruthless son of a Mafia kingpin who blasts his way through Hollywood on a bloody crime spree. Promising more guts, more action, more dynamite than the Mario Puzo gangster classic, MASSACRE MAFIA STYLE delivers an onslaught of low-budget mayhem unlike anything you've ever seen. Grindhouse Releasing proudly presents the definitive release of the most violent movie ever made!
2 Disc Deluxe Edition Combo Pack - Blu-ray + DVD
Incredible new hi-definition digital restoration of the original director's cut
Stunning digital restoration of the original mono soundtrack
Interviews with Jeffrey Mitchell, Frankie Ray, George Jacobs, Jim LoBianco, and exploitation legend Matt Cimber
Almost one full hour of never-before-seen Duke Mitchell home movies
Lost audio recording - Duke Mitchell Live in Concert, June 9, 1960
Bonus TV special - AN IMPRESSIONISTIC TRIBUTE TO JIMMY DURANTE
Extensive still galleries, radio spots, and theatrical trailer
Glossy 12 page booklet containing liner notes by veteran cult movie journalist David Szulkin
Spectacular new cover painting by renowned Los Angeles cult artist Dave Lebow
AND OTHER SURPRISES!
Mind-bending...with Duke Mitchell's cult following steadily building on what seems to be a daily basis, one can only wonder how far and wide the legacy of this entertainment jack of all trades will go. -Nathaniel Thompson, TCM Underground
The rare film that is BETTER than its trailer... a great forgotten gem. -Josh Hurtado, TWITCHFILM
A virtual torrent of bloodshed... This makes the GODFATHER movies look like Sunday school picnic outings! -Las Vegas Sun