Tuesday, 29 May 2018

ARTSPLOITATION FILMS BRING 'GERMAN ANGST' TO OFFICIAL BLU-RAY


For the First Time Ever, the trilogy of love, sex, and death GERMAN ANGST will have an authentic Blu-ray Release.

Artsploitation Films is packing it with TONS of  never before seen bonus footage.  This fully loaded Special Edition will be available from 26th June 2018. 

GERMAN ANGST  -


Three German tales of love, sex and death in Berlin from Germany's most shocking directors.“Final Girl” (Jörg Buttgereit)The first episode, tells the story of a young girl who lives with her guinea pig in a dirty apartment in Berlin. Seemingly a little lonely except for that bound and gagged man tied to her bed.“Make a Wish” (Michal Kosakowski)This gut-wrenching tale involves a young deaf-mute couple who are attacked by a group of skin-head hooligans. However, they are in possession of a mysterious talisman that could help them.“Alraune” (Andreas Marschall)The finale follows a man who stumbles upon a secret sex club that promises the ultimate sexual experience by using a drug made from the roots of the legendary Mandragora plant. But the ecstatic experiences have horrific side-effects.



BLU-RAY BONUS FEATURES:

  • Teaser #1 (1 min 55 sec)

  • Crowdfunding Video for Startnext featuring all three directors (7 min 27 sec)

  • Alraune Teaser with footage extra shot for crowdfunding campaign and not part in the final movie (1 min 59 sec)

  • Crowdfunding Video for Kickstarter featuring all three directors – in English (6 min 36 sec)

  • Teaser #2 with extra shot material not used in the final movie! (2 min 11 sec)

  • Alraune Cannes Film Festival trailer – extra edited for the festival (2 min 16 sec)

  • Official Trailer 1 (2 min 2 sec)

  • Official Trailer 2 with a completely different concept (1 min 48 sec)

  • “Behind the Scenes” – Beautiful Making of Movie shot on Super 8 (7 min 56 sec)

  • “Behind the Scenes” Photos – more than 350 high quality photos

  •  Audio Commentary In German (only) (1 hour 45 min 47 sec)

  •  Q&A at Fantastic Fest 2015 (15 min 37 sec)


You can read our review of GERMAN ANGST by clicking HERE


For more details on this release, please visit Artsploitation Films 





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