Code Red has just added FIVE new Blu-ray preorders to their Big Cartel page. Each release is limited to 1,000 copies - except Neon Maniacs which is 1,2000. You can see all of the new titles here. In a very smart move they've put up a bundle package of all five releases for $100. I was only in for Neon and Nail Gun at first but I ended up just grabbing the whole lot when I saw I could save $8 by buying all five. I hope they start offer up bundle packages like this, I'd probably buy a lot more from them .
If you want any of these I'd move on them now, I think this bundle might help Bill sell through these titles pretty quickly.
These are preorders and I haven't seen an official release date, but they usually don't post preorders months in advance, so I think these will be shipping in about a week or two.
+ Brand New HiDef mastered created from the only surviving elements from filmmaker
• Visit the Nail Gun Massacre Locations
• Joe Bob Briggs interviews the cast at Texas Frightmare Weekend
• Interview with director Terry Lofton
• Interview with Whitey Thomas
• An Evening at the Alamo Drafthouse with Rocky Patterson and Michelle Meyer
+ added bonus. previous distributor said in their blog....
When doing the new transfer and seeing the FULL aperture in the
telecine, there were a lot of microphones, wires, light reflections and,
even at the end, the legs of the killer flying up from a dirt pile,
that were never meant to be seen and were printed on the film, but meant
to be masked out in theatres. During one bedroom scene, the microphone
was practically all the way up to the top of the bed with the actors!
LOL! It would be silly to release it full frame and have microphones
hanging in scenes, especially when they weren't supposed to be there.
The older master was probably slightly zoomed in to remove these
mics, wires, etc. all those years ago when it was first created. And, if
that's the case, perhaps ours will have a lot more side L/R info, since
we didn't zoom in. I'll dig out the limited DVD and take a look as soon
as I get a VHS check tape of our transfer to compare, but ours will
definitely look far superior quality wise... and be framed properly.
SINCE THE OTHER LABEL SUPERVISED THE SAME 16MM ELEMENT WE USED. CODE
RED WAS AT DELUXE AND FOTOKEM ON THIS TITLE! SO CODE RED IS PROUD TO
PLACE A "BOOM MIKE CUT" ON THE BLU SO WE ALL CAN ENJOY THE MICS, WIRES
AND ALL THE GOOD STUFF! NOW IT'S FRAMED PROPERLY AVOIDING THE BOOM MIKE
AND ALSO ANOTHER VERSION AS A ADDED BONUS AS A "BOOM MIKE CUT"!
+ brand new HiDef master !
+ on camera interview with make-up artist Alan Alpone
+ isolated music track
+ original trailer
that crappy 3-d bullsh+t release received the wonderful review by
Amazon reviewer's Alaric Rocha, Daniel Jolley, Ksmall who seems to
support vhs dupe. thanks for wanting low quality garbage!
since the crappy 3-D sold 2,000+ copies, there is no customers left
on this release on dvd. so limited Blu is the only place to go. Please
support this release to prove the scummy bootlegger that miracle can
happen to dead titles.
A beautiful artist moonlights as a vampire while in Mexico, killing
lovers of both sexes. It seems that the only person who has any chance
of stopping her reign of terror is her father, who's also a vampire.
starring Christina Ferrare, John Carradine.
Directed by Juan López Moctezuma
- New HiDef transfer from the only surviving 35mm elements
- Interview with Producer Henri Bolinger
Widescreen 1.66:1 Color
After nearly being rundown by a gang known as the Scars, Brenda
(Linda Blair) and friends trash the leader's car. Gang leader, Jake,
exacts his revenge by getting his cohorts to gang-rape her mute-dead
sister, Heather (in a gloriously naunced role by Linnea Quigley). Armed
with a crossbow and a bad attitude, Linda Blair sets out to avenge her
mute-deaf sister while blazing a bloody, Bronson-inspired trail through
80's Los Angeles.
+ Brand New 5.1 mix created from the original 3 strip-Mag.
+ Isolated music only track
+ movie trailer