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StageFright (1987) Limited Edition [DVD and Blu-ray Combo Pack]


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Product details

  • Actors: Barbara Cupisti, John Morghen, David Brandon
  • Directors: Michele Soavi
  • Format: Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Exposure Cinema
  • DVD Release Date: 15 Sept. 2014
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00HW4NTGO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,420 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Reviews

A group of young dancers rehearsing in an old theatre is accidentally locked-in for the night - but not alone. In the shadows, someone is watching, waiting and selecting victims at his demented leisure... tonight, deranged serial killer Irving Wallace has escaped and is about to put on his own real-life horror show!

Director Michele Soavi's (The Church, Cemetery Man) acclaimed and brutal '80s slasher is presented on Blu-ray for the first time anywhere in the world in an uncut, limited Collector's Edition of 3,000 copies.

New, exclusive restoration colour timing corrected and transferred from original vault elements.

Special Features:

  • Uncut
  • Dual format edition: contains both DVD and Blu-ray Disc
  • High-bitrate, dual-layer encoding optimised for high picture and sound quality
  • Newly restored and remastered from original vault elements
  • Original trailer
  • Stills, poster and behind-the-scenes gallery featuring rare posters, international film and video artwork
  • Cut version comparison
  • A Bloodstained Featherstorm - Interviews with director Michele Soavi, producer Luigi Montefiore (aka George Eastman), leading lady Barbara Cupisti and others
  • Giovanni's Method - Interview with Giovanni Lombardo Radice
  • Alan Jones: The Critic's Take - The critic and FrightFest co-founder discusses the film in detail
  • Archival interview with producer Joe D'Amato on his career in Italian horror cinema
  • Revenge of the Video Cassette - new documentary about VHS horror collectors
  • Video Chillers - illustrated '80s-style booklet featuring specially-commissioned articles on overlooked slashers and late gialli, together with trivia and biographies
  • Limited Collector's Edition (3,000 copies)
  • Original artwork utilised on front cover

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Drury on 18 Sept. 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This is a classic 80's slasher movie with a more than amazing Blu-ray release, basically the story is a group of young dancers are rehearsing for a play one night in an old theatre and get locked in while an escaped mental patient from the hospital has found his way inside and begins to kill them off nastily one by one! If you love the video nasty era and horror slasher movies from the 80's in general then this is a must have, great cast here too, the usual fodder for the killer mainly girls, plenty of great bloody kills all presented uncut, the movie has a great music score too, very erratic and over the top at times! Exposurecinema have done a top notch job of this release lets hope they do more of these classics.

Blu-ray picture looks brilliant. Has DVD version too.
UNCUT, comes with mini booklet about the film 22 pages.
Loads of very cool features including several cool documentaries lasting from 30 - 50 odd minutes.
English language, 90 minutes, REGION B only.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dirk in alty on 16 Nov. 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
As usual reviews shown are for a mix of releases.This is for the Exposure Cinema bluray/dvd combo pack.The film is like Hallowe'en in that it is set over one night/following day with an escaped lunatic but no one hot on his trail(the few police are inept). What does depress me about other reviewers of this release is that they've read it's uncut so expect the modern day gore scenes.It was never on banned list It does feature some novel deaths but ends like Hallowe'en with one girl having to go it alone against the killer.I hope potential buyers aren't put of by negative reviews,but if you want torture porn stay away,if you want an entertaining Italian 80's slashed then make your day.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By West25 on 14 Nov. 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The film opens with a troupe of actors rehearsing in the theatre late at night, it's a musical about a mass murderer known as The Night Owl. During rehearsal, one of the performers named Alicia sprains her ankle. Without telling the overbearing director, she and the wardrobe mistress, Betty, sneak out to go and see a doctor. The only place near by where a doctor would be is the mental hospital, so they decide to take a chance and go there. The doctor on duty decides to make an exception and agrees to help. Whilst there, Alicia asks about one of the patients and is told that it's the notorious mass murderer, Irving Wallace, an actor that went beserk and chopped sixteen people up into little pieces. Whilst Alicia was getting her ankle treated by the doctor, Wallace kills an orderly and puts him in his bed. The two girls leave and head back to the theatre, completely unaware that they're giving a lift to an extremely psychotic hitch-hiker. Once they arrive back, Alicia heads back in hoping the director hadn't realised she'd gone, leaving Betty to park the car. Alicia is then told by the smarmy director to go home, but to clean out her locker before she leaves. She packs her things and heads out to the car where she makes a gruesome discovery, Betty has taken a pickaxe through the face. She runs back inside and the police are informed, they seem certain the killer has left the area but a police car will be parked outside all night. The director being the kind-hearted man he is, decides to change the name of the killer in the script to Irving Wallace and asks everyone to stay behind and continue rehearsals, he also asks one of the actresses called Corinne to lock the door and hide the key.Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S Walker on 22 Sept. 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Regarded as a slasher flick but there is not that much slashing,more thudding pick axe!This film is frankly nuts but highly entertaining,and delivers violence wise,some great,inventively gruesome set piece killings,one of which is so surprising I'm tempted to turn spoiler but won't.It's the directorial debut from Italian Horror maestro Dario Argento's most prodigious pupil,Michele Soavi.I was inclined to give it 4 stars for lack of extras,it's a bear bones release,one of Blue Undergrounds earlier releases only offering a trailer&Soavi bio,and that's yer lot but what you do get is an uncut,region 0(usually listed as reg 1 but double check with seller)fantastically enjoyable slice of mayhem!.The murderer uses a Giant Owl mask/costume,I'm not sure of this but it must be the biggest head disguise in horror cinema,knocking off a crew of young actors rehearsing a musical(about a horror no less!)who look amusingly like failed auditions for 80s triple cheese fest"Fame",best of which is John Morgen who really is as camp as a row of pink tents,this is the hard man from Cannibal Ferox&equally,well more,demented guy in Cannibal Apocalypse,prancing and dancing in spandex,classic!The violence thus feels unexpectedly high,stylish but with a knowing sense of it's place,it's purpose is to entertain fans of crazy horror flicks and it's mission accomplished,never a dull moment,nothing complex,It's not"Dellamorte Dellamore"(aka Cemetery Man)or"The Church"(La Chiesa),great films by same director,Stagefright is very different with tongue firmly in cheek compared to the better known,far deeper and darker Soavi films I mentioned,just leave your brain at the door and be entertained!
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