Horror is going into its illustrious past...
In a story from Fangoria, Mondo Macabre will bringing out Claude Mulot's The Blood Rose on August 28.
This 1969 film focuses on a painter whose wife gets "disfigured" by a fire. The painter comes across a plastic surgeon who is running from the law, and he gets him to reconstruct his wife by taking body parts from other girls.
- Exclusive interview with Mulot's assistant Didier Philippe-Gérard, who discusses Blood Rose's production and French cinema of the '70s and '80s
- Still/poster gallery
- Extensive production notes
- Mondo Macabro previews
- Aspect Ratio: Uncut in a newly remastered, 16x9-enhanced transfer
- Audio: English
- Subtitles: French
The Blood Rose will sell for $24.95.
Also, on October 2 from Mondo Macabre will see the release of Mystics In Bali.
Elsewhere in the world of horror...
Dark Sky Films will be releasing Christian Alvart's Antibodies on August 28.
This film examines the relationship between a policeman and a serial killer.
- "Evil is a Virus" featurette with writer/director Christian Alvart
- Making-of featurette
- Deleted scenes
- Aspect Ratio: 16x9-enhanced 2.35:1 widescreen
- Audio: 5.1 Surround and 2.0 audio in German
- Subtitles: English
The Antibodies DVD will sell for $24.98.