Lamberto Bava and Dario Argento bring you THE Gonzo Horror movies of the 1980s!
With Demons, a frenzied slice of gore heavy shock cinema that gives up on logic and instead assaults the screen with a riot of X-Rated violence, face chewing Zombies and pounding Heavy Metal. In a mysterious cinema, an audience are watching a brutal horror flick when the horror rips out of the screen, unleashing a swarm of slathering Demons who are intent on spreading their evil plague across the globe.
In Demons 2 the TV brings Hell direct to your Living Room. Out of the dark Forbidden Zone, the world s ugliest zombies are causing carnage in an apartment block, eating the residents and spreading their deadly plague. This Italian splatter classic will leave you in fear of turning on the Television.
Time to tool up and take no prisoners... The Demons are coming!
Blu-Ray Region B (please note you will need an all region player to play this in North America)
THIS AMAZING EDITION INCLUDES:
Limited Edition SteelBook packaging
Collector's Booklet featuring brand new writing on both films by Calum Wadell
Brand new HD restorations of both films
Optional English and Italian audio
English subtitles for Italian and English (SDH) audio for both films
DEMONS SPECIAL FEATURES:
The audio recollections of director Lamberto Bava, Special Make-Up Creations Artist Sergio Stivaletti and Journalist Loris Curci
The audio recollections of the cast and crew, featuring Lamberto Bava, Sergio Stivaletti, Geretta Geretta and Claudio Simonetti
Dario s Demon Days: Producer Dario Argento discusses the inception of Demons
Defining an Era in Music: Composer Claudio Simonetti on the Demons Soundtrack
Luigi Cozzi s Top Italian Terrors: Cozzi discusses the highpoints of Spaghetti Splatter
DEMONS 2 SPECIAL FEATURES:
The audio recollections of director Lamberto Bava, Mechanical Creations & Transformation Artist Sergio Stivaletti and Journalist Loris Curci
Creating Creature Carnage: Extensive Interview with makeup man Sergio Stivaletti
Bava to Bava: Luigi Cozzi tracks the history of the Italian horror film; from Riccardo Freda and Mario Bava to the end of the golden age with Michele Soavi and Lamberto Bava as well as considering recent Italian horror films.