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Messiah of Evil

Messiah of Evil

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Messiah of Evil (1973)
de Willard Huyck, Gloria Katz

Radiance Films - 27 novembre 2023

ATTENTION l'édition limitée avec bandeau et livret s'épuise généralement très vite, ensuite arrive la version simple (sans bandeau ni livret), nous vous conseillons de précommander (édition limitée non contractuelle après la période de précommande)


Titre Original 

Audio
: English
Sous-Titres : English SDH
Durée : 1h30
Format : Blu-ray / import UK
Zone : B
Genre : Horreur

Synopsis
One hundred years ago, a demonic priest from Hell passed through a seaside town, carrying a blood-crazed contagion that reduced all the good citizens to mindless, cannibal zombies. Following a frenzied, flesh-eating orgy, the dark priest walked straight into the sea, promising to return a century later to lead a new zombie apocalypse. This time around, the vile contagion precedes him. As spaced-out followers gather on the beach, awaiting their master's return, the town is already in the grip of a carnivorous epidemic of madness. When innocent young Arletty comes to town searching for her missing father, she realizes too late that the demon priest of the "blood moon" is coming for her.

Contenu

  • New 2023 restoration from a 4K scan of the best-surviving elements of the film from the Academy Film Archive
  • Uncompressed mono PCM audio
  • Audio commentary by critics and horror experts Kim Newman and Stephen Thrower
  • Archival interview with co-writer-director Willard Huyck by Mike White from the Projection Booth Podcast
  • What the Blood Moon Brings: Messiah of Evil, A New American Nightmare - documentary feature which explores Messiah of Evil in the context of American independent cinema of the 70s, as well as examining the film's allegiance to several subgenres of horror film through its underlying themes. Co-directed by Dima Ballin and Kat Ellinger; featuring film scholars Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, Maitland McDonagh, Guy Adams, Mikel Koven and David Huckvale (2023)
  • Visual essay on American Gothic and Female Hysteria by critic Kat Ellinger (2023)
  • English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Time Tomorrow