If you’re a lover of Italian horror then you may be interested in this new 88 Films blu-ray release. Zeder (1983) aka Revenge of the Dead is available now on blu-ray in the UK.
Directed by Pupi Avati, it stars Gabriele Lavia and Anne Canovas.
When a writer receives an old typewriter as a birthday present from his wife he discovers a series of typed letters on the typewriter’s ribbon. They reveal that bodies buried in K-zones can return from the dead.
Zeder aka Revenge of the Dead Collector’s Edition
88 Films state that this release has been remastered so hopefully it has excellent picture quality. There’s also a good set of extras including a booklet, poster, audio commentaries and plenty of interviews.
Remastered 2K Transfer in 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio from the Original Negative88 Films
- Includes Rigid Slipcase with New Artwork From Graham Humphreys
- 40 Page Perfect Bound Book
- A3 Double Sided Poster
- Remastered 2K Transfer in 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio from the Original Negative
- Audio Commentary with Kim Newman & Sean Hogan
- Audio Commentary with Barry Forshaw & Eugenio Ercolani
- The Avati Brothers – An Interview with Antonio Avati
- Working with the Avati’s – An Interview with Gabriele Lavia
- Northern Gothic – An Interview with Pupi Avati
- Dressing Terror – An Interview with Steno Tonelli
- Original Italian Trailer
- Reversible sleeve with Classic Poster Artwork
Zeder aka Revenge of the Dead Deluxe Collector’s Edition is out now in the UK and is limited to just 3000 copies.
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