USA, 1971. Director: David E. Durston. Bhaskar, Jack Damon, Lynn Lowry, Jadine Wong, George Patterson, Rhonda Fultz, Arlene Farber, Tyde Kierney, Alex Mann. 83 Mins.
RABID, DRUG-INFESTED HIPPIES ON A BLOOD-CRAZED KILLING SPREE!
It's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD meets Charlie Manson in this gore-drenched 1971 drive-in classic. After consuming rabies-infected meat pies, an LSD-addicted hippie cult goes on a vicious murdering rampage! Heavily censored since its original release, this infamous landmark of cinematic brutality is being presented in all its blood-splattered glory.
Spectacular new HD restoration of the original UNCENSORED DIRECTOR'S CUT
4 controversial deleted scenes including the original blood-drenched ending deemed too disturbing for '70s audiences!
Provocative audio commentary by director David Durston and star Bhaskar
Newly recorded audio commentary by stars Jack Damon and Tyde Kierney
Revealing on-camera interviews with stars Lynn Lowry, Tyde Kierney and Jack Damon
New in-depth interview with director David Durston
The original theatrical trailer and radio spots
Extensive gallery of stills and poster art
Rare and shocking film of Bhaskar performing THE EVIL KING COBRA DANCE
TWO BONUS CO-FEATURES
- I EAT YOUR SKIN (1964) - presented for the very first time in HD + exclusive interview with 2nd unit director William Grefe
- BLUE SEXTET (1969) - David Durston's long-lost uncensored psychedelic shocker presented for the very first time on home video!
Liner notes by renowned horror journalist David Szulkin (THE MAKING OF WES CRAVEN'S LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT)
PLUS OTHER SURPRISES!
"Graphic and frightening" - NEW YORK TIMES
"Wildly lurid...David Durston directs with a raw force and pace" - Joe Dante, director of THE HOWLING
"Breakneck-paced, edge-of-the-seat entertainment. Well written and superbly directed by David Durston and stunningly photographed by Jacques Demarecaux" - Kevin Thomas, LOS ANGELES TIMES
"A raw, ferocious thriller" - Phil Hardy, THE OVERLOOK FILM ENCYCLOPEDIA
"It’s fast, unrelentingly violent and sexually explicit, with a shock every few minutes" - Bill Landis, SLEAZOID EXPRESS
"A horror film to top all horror films" - PHILADELPHIA BULLETIN