Blackenstein Stomps Onto Blu-ray!

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Notorious Blax-sleaze-tation shocker Blackenstein comes to Blu-ray in two different cuts

Notorious Blax-sleaze-tation shocker Blackenstein comes to Blu-ray in two different cuts

On May 30th, Severin Films, in association with Xenon Pictures and Vinegar Syndrome, invites you to experience Mary Shelly’s horror classic through a Vietnam-shattered, micro-budget, entrail-smothered lens. After years of lifeless home video presentations, Severin is proud to re-animate this lumbering monster with an immaculate transfer of the rarely seen original theatrical cut AND a new assembly of the home video release version, Frankensteined together from the best existing elements.

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You may have heard of this infamous Blaxploitation/Horror hybrid, but the real story is even more bizarre: In 1973, criminal-lawyer-turned-wannabe-monster-movie-mogul Frank R. Saletri wrote and produced this grindhouse hit about a Black soldier mortally wounded in Vietnam transformed into a rampaging monster by an L.A. mad scientist. Almost a decade later, Saletri himself would be murdered gangland-style in a crime that remains debated – and unsolved – to this day. John Hart (TV’s The Lone Ranger), ‘40s Hollywood starlet Andrea King (The Beast with Five Fingers) and even former mob moll/stripper Liz Renay (Desperate Living) star in this jaw-dropper directed by William A. Levey (The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington), now with all-new Special Features that spotlight the entire twisted saga!

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Special Features include:

*Theatrical Release Version (78 Mins.) and Video Release Version (87 Mins.)

*Monster Kid: Interview with Writer / Producer Frank R. Saletri’s Sister, June Kirk

*Archive News Broadcast On The Murder Of Writer /  Producer Frank R. Saletri

*Producers / Directors / Actors Ken Osborne And Robert Dix Remember Writer / Producer Frank R. Saletri

*Bill Created Blackenstein: Interview With Creature Designer Bill Munns

*Theatrical Trailer…which you can also see below

What say you? Are you ready for the maniacal, greasy thrills of Blackenstein?

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