|A blind sculptor kidnaps an artists' model and imprisons her in his warehouse studio – a shadowland of perverse monuments to the female form. Here a deranged passion play of sensual and sexual obsession is acted out in world where sight is replaced by touch. Japanese New Wave master Yasuzo Masumura's beautiful and terrifying tale of erotic horror, from a short story by Edogawa Rampo, is one of the most dazzlingly stylistic tours de force in the history of cinema. Fantoma is very proud to present Blind Beast uncut and in its original DaieiScope aspect ratio for the first time in the U.S.
Japan / 1969 /Color / 86 Minutes / 2.35:1 /
Dolby Digital Mono
NTSC / Region 1
• New Digital Widescreen Transfer (2.35:1) Enhanced for 16x9
• Theatrical Trailer
• Photo and still gallery
• Yasuzo Masumura Biography and Filmography