On 22 July, Indicator delves into the darkest recesses of British horror cinema of the 1970s and 80s in order to unleash six terrifying tales on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK.
First out of the shadows is Bloody Terror: The Shocking Cinema of Norman J Warren, 1976-1987. Celebrating the wild and wonderful cinematic legacy of the great horror-exploitation filmmaker, this deluxe limited edition box set brings together UK Blu-ray premieres of five of his most celebrated films: the shocking Satan’s Slave (1976); the gruesome, subversive Prey (1977); the Suspiria-inspired Terror (1978); the sci-fi/horror shocker Inseminoid (1981); and the slasher/haunted-house hybrid Bloody New Year (1987). All five films are presented in new restorations, all of which have been approved by Norman J Warren.
Next up is Richard Marquand’s 1979 bloody chiller The Legacy starring Katharine Ross (The Stepford Wives), Sam Elliott (The Big Lebowski), Roger Daltrey (Tommy) and the great Charles Grey (The Devil Rides Out) in a horrifying tale of supernatural revenge, penned by legendary Hammer alumnus Jimmy Sangster (The Revenge of Frankenstein, Taste of Fear).
Mastered from the finest available materials, each of these collectable limited editions contains an extensive selection of new interviews, archival material, and English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. The Legacy includes a limited edition exclusive booklet which contains a newly commissioned essay, contemporary reviews, and film credits. Bloody Terror: The Shocking Cinema of Norman J Warren, 1976-1987 is published in a rigid-board slipcase with a perfect-bound 120-page book.