Senior HTF Member
- Sep 30, 2001
But, then again, the truth of all human behavior has always been alien to most.Probably fans who share a fondness for both this film and ALIEN already know that some of the music cues from FREUD were used in moderated form for the Ridley Scott film. Just a bit of trivia.
The rights with one of the original producer's estate. The films are considered PD in the U.S., but all the needed film elements are in Italy with the rights holders.Are the Steve Reeves films part of Kino from Avco Embassy ?? If not does anyone know who holds the rights ??
Unfortunate that most of these titles are PD in the USA. I would buy almost every one of the "peplum" films from the late '50s and early '60s if they were properly presented and at least cleaned up some. I have a lot of the titles on DVD but of course most of them are badly faded and look likes copies of a copy made from a VHS tape. I was really grateful to get Hercules in the Haunted World from Kino, it's beautiful and a really well done release. Revolt of the Slaves was another great KL release.The rights with one of the original producer's estate. The films are considered PD in the U.S., but all the needed film elements are in Italy with the rights holders.
Ouch. These sales are wrecking my budget. My purchase today.Our Shoctober Sale Starts Now!
Tell me about it. I ordered over 50 releases this week across three different retailers. My budget is yelling ouch!Ouch. These sales are wrecking my budget. My purchase today.
Against All Flags
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
All I Desire
Carole Lombard Collection I
Cary Grant Collection
The Cat and the Canary
Five Graves to Cairo
The Sign of the Cross
There's Always Tomorrow
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer
Plus, I just ordered these Kinos during Target's buy two get one sale the other day.
Love Me Tonight
Spawn of the North
The World in His Arms
I've been asking for this title. Saw it a long time ago on broadcast TV....Been reading about it in a very good book called "Cinema 62", which asserts that 1962 was the Greatest Year in Movies
Wasn't Hugo Stigletz the name of a character in Tarantino's "Inglorious Bastards" ?Coming January 5th from Kino Lorber and Scorpion Releasing!
TINTORERA (1977) aka TIGER SHARK
• Audio Commentary by Film Historians Troy Howarth and Rod Barnett
• Theatrical Trailer
• Limited Edition Slipcase
• Reversible Art
• Optional English Subtitles
Color 87 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated R
From cult filmmaker René Cardona Jr. (Survive!, Guyana-Cult of the Damned, Treasure of the Amazon), enter the world of a trio of beautiful young people, the hot sexy beaches of Mexico... and a giant, hungry Tiger Shark known as Tintorera! When two handsome shark hunters, Steven (Hugo Stiglitz; Nightmare City, Survive!, Counterforce), Miguel (Andrés Garcia; Day of the Assassin, The Bermuda Triangle) hook up with Gabriella (Susan George; Straw Dogs, Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, The House Where Evil Dwells), everything seems to be paradise until Tintorera strikes, eating the beachgoers and endangering the lives of the trio. One of the hunters decides to avenge his friend and take on the Tintorera one on one, and it becomes a brutal battle between man and beast. Co-starring Fiona Lewis (The Fury, Lisztomania, Drum), Jennifer Ashley (The Pom Pom Girls, Terror Circus, Guyana-Cult of the Damned) and Priscilla Barnes (TV’s Three’s Company, Texas Detour, Seniors).
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