In a violent, dystopian consumer-fed future, David (Chris Mitchum – Summertime Killer) blackmails nurse Ana (Sue Lyon – Stanley Kubrick’s Lolita) after witnessing her commit a murder. When Ana and Victor (Jean Sorel – Perversion Story) discover David is a known gang member with an extensive criminal past, they make a plan to turn the tables and use him for their own clandestine purposes.
In 1971 Stanley Kubrick changed dystopian cinema forever with A Clockwork Orange. Two years later, transgressive Spanish genre director Eloy de la Iglesia unleashed this thought provoking and beautifully shot future-world that was also known as A Clockwork Terror. Now Available For the first time on Blu-ray, Cauldron Films presents a new, eye popping 2K restoration of the Spanish producer’s cut.
A.K.A. – Una gota de sangre para morir amando, Clockwork Terror, To Love, Perhaps to Die
Brutal Savagery in a Future World!
2K restoration of the Spanish Producer’s cut from the negative / 1080p presentation
English audio with optional English SDH subtitles
Spanish audio with optional English subtitles
Newly edited Archival interview with Chris Mitchum
Dubbing in a Blue World
Video essay by Film Scholar Dr Xavier Aldana Reyes
Commentary by Film Historian Kat Ellinger
Reverse Blu-ray wrap with alternate artwork
24 page booklet with images and “Reinventing Lolita in a Blue World” essay about the film by Kimberly Lindbergs – limited edition only
High quality side loaded slipcase – limited edition only
1973 / Spain / Thriller / Director – Eloy de la Iglesia / 2.40:1 / All region