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Bloodsucking Freaks - Extreme Uncut Collector's Edition [Blu-ray]
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on 8 April 2014
Of course its dated but thats part of the fun. Blood Sucking Freaks endures because its high camp and endlessly entertaining. Theres literally not a dull moment. If you want gore and sadism you get them literally every couple of minutes or so. If you want nudity the film is filled with it. If you want laughs you have sadistic dwarf Ralphus. A film unlike any other.

88 Films' blu-ray of Blood Sucking Freaks is in widescreen. The picture is 1080p high def but has not been restored. There are plenty of scratches especially in the first five minutes and print is faded often on righthand side of screen. But it still looks better than the old DVD and looks like film, just dont expect a really clean transfer. It wouldnt suit a film this sleazy anyway! Audio is clean.

And yes its uncut! Nipple clamping, brain sucking, leg chainsawing, finger crushing, bum darting, are all intact.

Extras are Eli Roth commentary, a trailer, Lloyd Kaufman intro, 4 minutes where Roth meets cast members, other troma trailers and a couple of daft Troma featurettes.

Region A/B/C.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 28 April 2014
The edition comes with a very nice and slip case and the cover art underneath the slip case is a very sleazy piece by artist Rick Melton. A very interesting little booklet is also included as is reversible sleeve art. The transfer looks very good considering the very low quality of the original print of the film. This a great edition that I would highly recommended to other collectors.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 17 April 2014
You'll either love this film, because you've seen it already and know what to expect, or you'll hate it with a vengeance, due to the content. Either way, it's certainly one-of-a-kind.

However, despite pre-ordering this a couple of months back, for £12-76, Amazon have just stated that they will not price-match other retail shops, and so, I felt it prudent to inform purchasers of this film, that you can save yourself substantial money off of Amazon's current order price of £14 as Fopp stores are selling this on Blu-Ray for £10, from the day-of-release - Monday 21st April.

So, I would recommend to fans, that they should take their business elsewhere. Just as I am doing! Amazon Order cancelled, and money going to Fopp! :)

Amazon's Customer Service disappoints me greatly!
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 18 April 2014
This is a crazy 70's movie about a weird back street Soho theatre of macabre that kills people on stage, and although they think its clever illusions its actually real, the movie is extremely cheesy and badly acted but its classic old-school exploitation filmmaking at is best chock full of nudity and female torture practically throughout the films entire run time, there is plenty of blood and gore, it all looks like paint but its great fun if you love this type of sicko horror shock genre then its a must, this is a great Blu-ray version with lots of cool features including a commentary with Eli Roth who is a fan, plus lots of Troma stuff, this is the first real full release of this movie in the UK, the black cover is a limited edition slip case and the Blu-ray inside features very cool artwork from the film, really worth the money and one of the best releases yet for the great 88 films!! keep the classics coming!!
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 14 May 2015
Just got it but it said dvd when I ordered it but instead it's blu-ray
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2 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 16 September 2014
Remember the times when in the 60's Herschell Gordon Lewis reinvented cinema horror movies, with lots of blood and guts. Utterly disturbing, violent and really sick. Well Joel Reed thought gore is the seller, so he took on the Grand Guignol theatre where the audience is live involved with really sick stuff. Young females are mutilated, dismembered or tortured right in front of your very eyes. There is a lot of gore here, yes, but what's that point??

The scene were one of the maniacs (a would be doctor) sucks out a woman's brain with a straw are the most disgusting, disturbing, repugnant scenes ever put on film.

Reed must have been stoned during the production or he's just a sick f... ! Well I don't know, an offensive film with no message, no goal, no nothing. Watch it and ruin your weekend.

Garbage!!!!
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 6 March 2015
presentation of the blu ray was ok.as for the film itself it was one load off rubbish.lame acting and the gory bits where totally crap.the film did look good and sound good,but to me it just didnt do it for me.wish i could have gave it a zero
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1 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 13 July 2014
reading the box makes this film seem realy good .but its so much out of date and the acting so poor ,don't waste your money
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 2 November 2014
very happy
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10 of 38 people found the following review helpful
on 16 March 2014
I have had a dvd of the uncut version for many years..It may have been violent for it's time but it is very mild today..Rather hammy acting (if you would call it acting!).It borders on being a comedy when seen today.It never shocked me when it was originally released .
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