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John Connor [DVD News 10.15.19] horror



Experience the ultimate in horror with The Omen Collection, featuring all four original films as well as the 2006 remake that terrified audiences.

Packed with hours of chilling special features this 5-disc set includes 1976's The Omen (New 4K remaster), Damien: Omen II, in which Damien discovers his destiny, The Final Conflict in which he realizes his full power, and Omen IV: The Awakening, in which a demonic force returns in the form of a wicked young girl.

The haunting legacy comes full circle with the 2006 version of the original classic.


Onwards!




Aging blonde-bombshell Anita Ekberg (La Dolce Vita, Pick-up Alley) gives a full-bodied performance as a sex-crazed sister with some seriously bad habits in the lurid cult classic Killer Nun.

One of the most notorious nunsploitation films, Killer Nun tells the sordid story of Sister Gertrude, a disturbed woman of the cloth who degenerates into a perverse mire of drug taking, sexual perversion, sadistic torture and murder. Joe Dallesandro (The Climber, Flesh for Frankenstein), Alida Valli (The Possessed, Suspiria) and the ample Paola Morra (Behind Convent Walls) offer spirited performances and able support to Ekberg, in this outrageous tale based on real events.

Boasting an incongruously classy score by legendary composer Alessandro Alessandroni (Women's Camp 119) and stylishly rendered scenes of sex and murder, Killer Nun takes the viewer on a hair-raising journey from the heights of religious ecstasy to the depths of devilish degeneracy. Now Giulio Berruti s sleazy classic is presented in a stunning new 2K restoration with a liturgy of new extras, ready to be preyed upon.





Brand New 4K Master! Two young British nurses bicycling through the desolate French countryside. A mysterious stranger on a lonely stretch of road. The women become separated and soon after, one of them disappears. Now the remaining girl, alone and frightened, begins an increasingly desperate search for answers among the strangely uncooperative locals. Where is her friend? Was there a murder? And as the darkness approaches, is the killer now stalking her?

Pamela Franklin (The Legend of Hell House) and Michele Do trice (The Blood on Satan’s Claw) co-star in this unsettling shocker directed by Robert Fust (The Abominable Dr. Phoebes).

And Soon the Darkness remains a favorite of thriller fans for its sexual menace, sinister style and one of the most quietly chilling final twists in ’70s British cinema.

Original story and screenplay by Brian Clemens (See No Evil) and Terry Nation (The House in Nightmare Park) with top-notch cinematography by Ian Wilson (The Crying Game, Below).

Special Features: -Audio commentary with Director Robert Fust and Co-Writer/Co-Producer Brian Clemens, moderated by Journalist Jonathan Sothcott -Audio Commentary by Film Historian Troy Hogarth -Radio Spot -Reverse Art -Theatrical Trailer













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