Beyond the Door III (Vinegar Syndrome Limited Slipcover Edition DVD / Blu-Ray Combo)

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From the truly unhinged mind’s of maverick exploitation producer Ovidio Assonitis (Beyond the Door, The Visitor) and writer-director Jeff Kwitny (Iced), BEYOND THE DOOR 3 (originally known as AMOK TRAIN) is an exploitation roller-coaster that never stops one-upping its own insanity. Chock full of completely outrageous gore effects, bizarre and often surreal plot twists, and a wholly whacked out ending, Vinegar Syndrome is elated to present the world Blu-ray debut of this notorious slice of Euro-horror in a brand new 4K restoration of its original negative.

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Directed by: Jeff Kwitny

Starring: Mary Kohnert, Bo Svenson, Victoria Zinny

1989 / 94 min / 2.35:1

 

Shy American college coed, Beverly Putnic, has been invited to go on a class trip to a remote part of Yugoslavia to witness and take part in an ancient cultural rite. But what Beverly doesn’t know is that she’s actually being lured to Europe in order to be made the bride of Satan! Narrowly escaping from the clutches of a witch, Beverly and her classmates take refuge on a train. Unfortunately, black magic meets them at every turn as the train becomes possessed and begins offing them one by one.

 

From the truly unhinged mind’s of maverick exploitation producer Ovidio Assonitis (Beyond the Door, The Visitor) and writer-director Jeff Kwitny (Iced), BEYOND THE DOOR 3 (originally known as AMOK TRAIN) is an exploitation roller-coaster that never stops one-upping its own insanity. Chock full of completely outrageous gore effects, bizarre and often surreal plot twists, and a wholly whacked out ending, Vinegar Syndrome is elated to present the world Blu-ray debut of this notorious slice of Euro-horror in a brand new 4K restoration of its original negative.

Special features:

• Region Free Blu-ray/DVD combo

• Newly scanned & restored in 4k from its 35mm original camera negative

• “Running Amok” – video interview with director Jeff Kwitny

• “A Long Walk to Yugoslavia” – video interview with actor Bo Svenson

• Video interview with cinematographer Adolfo Bartoli

• Reversible cover artwork

• English SDH subtitles

 

Additional information

Weight 7 oz