Last Horror Film [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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The UK blu-ray is uncut and present in 1.85/16x9. It looks very good in HD but there is a disclaimer before the film stating that it has been sourced from various prints.
Most of the film appears to have been transferred from an original negative and therefore looks the best it ever has. Occasional scenes are faded and worn and there is one VHS quality scene about half way through. But this composite print is 90% very good.
Extras include a good commentary, the short film Maniac 2 Mr Robbie (very gory), Q&A session with Caroline Munro, trailers, tv sspots, collector booklet, interview with Spinell;s's friend.
Solid release, film has never looked better.
This kooky film sits itself uncomfortably within the slasher sub-genre that was still booming around the time, but it's really unlike anything else that falls into that category. I wouldn't say it always works, and I wouldn't even describe it as very good, but it does have a rather messy personality all of its own somehow, and there is some enjoyment to be derived from its quirks even if it never truly goes to places that could have elevated the whole endeavour.
The 'uncut version' is released by 88 Films for the UK market, thankfully as a Blu-ray. Playing in full AVC-encoded HD at 24 frames per second and running to 87:37 (minus 15 seconds for the opening statement) the transfer is taken from several sources.Read more ›
The Blu-ray has plentiful features too including commentary, interviews, and much more.
Blu-ray is region free ABC
Troman come back when you have a better transfer.
Joe is standardly sweaty and perverted again, Caroline is standardly screaming again. Sounds good?
The film is ruined by the worst comedy ending and the biggest 'stalker let off the hook' ending ever. The film festival backdrop saves it from total devastation as Joes taxi driver from New York stalks and threatens Caroline's film starlett as the gory murders pile up around them.
Please take my advice and don't pay too much for this.
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I had not seen this film before and I had read mixed reviews. It was worth seeing but it is not the best Caroline Munro horror lick in my opinion.Published 24 months ago by S. Holmes
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