On January 29th, Severin Films will release two new titles sure to please the giallo fan in all of us. Leading the way will be Sergio Martino’s classic, All the Colors of the Dark, marking the film’s first ever Blu-ray release in the US. The stunning Edwige Fenech stars as a woman tormented by visions of Satanic violence, hallucinatory horror and psychosexual insanity — just another day at the office in the world of ’70s Italian horror. The film features a new 4K scan from the original camera negative and comes loaded with plenty of features for you to wrap your black gloved hands around.
- They’re Coming To Get You – Alternate US Cut (Blu-Ray edition only)
- Color My Nightmare – Interview with Director Sergio Martino
- Last Of The Mohicans – Interview with Screenwriter Ernesto Gastaldi
- Giallo is the Color – Interviews with Actor George Hilton & Italian
Horror Expert Antonio Tentori
- Audio Commentary with Kat Ellinger, Author of All The Colors of Sergio Martino
- CD Soundtrack (Limited to 2500 units, Blu-Ray edition only)
The second release will be All the Colors of Giallo. This one-of-a-kind, 3-disc collection will allow fans to experience the full chronological evolution of giallo with more than 100 rare and classic trailers from such masters as Mario Bava, Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, Sergio Martino, Antonio Margheriti, Umberto Lenzi and many more. This release also comes with an entire disc dedicated to Krimi films — the German cousin to the giallo.
- All the Colors of Giallo – A New Feature Length Documentary By Federico Caddeo
- The Giallo Frames – Interview With John Martin, Editor Of The Giallo Pages
- Giallothon – 4+ Hours of Giallo Trailers
- Audio Commentary on All Trailers with Kat Ellinger, Author of All The
Colors Of Sergio Martino
- Kriminal! – 90 Minute Krimi Trailer Compilation
- The Case Of The Krimi – Interview With Film Historian Marcus Stiglegger
- The Strange Sounds Of The Bloodstained Films – Giallo Theme Compilation CD Curated By Alfonso Carillo of Rendezvous! From The Archives Of Beat Records. Remastered By Enrico De Gemini
If there’s any downside to these two releases it’s that Severin just set the bar for the rest of the year really high. For more information, visit Severin-Films.com.