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Satan's Slave / (Uk)
Artist: Celia Hewitt
Format: Blu-Ray

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Label: POWERHOUSE FILMS
Rel. Date: 08/27/2021
UPC: 5060697921724

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DISC: 1

1. 2K Restoration, Supervised and Approved By Director Norman J Warren
2. Original Mono Audio
3. Two Presentations of the Film: The Director's Cut (89 Mins); and the Export Version (90 Mins)
4. Audio Commentary with Warren and Screenwriter David McGillivray (2004)
5. Audio Commentary with Warren and Composer John Scott (2019)
6. Before the Blood (2019,29 Mins): Warren Recalls His Earliest Experiences in the Film Industry
7. All You Need Is Blood (1976, 13 Mins): Vintage 'Making Of' Documentary, Presented in High Definition for the First Time
8. All You Need Is Blood Outtakes (1976,33 Mins): Rare and Previously Unseen Footage Shot on Location
9. Creating Satan (2004, 30 Mins): Archival Documentary Featuring Interviews with Warren, McGillivray, Actor Martin Potter, and Oth
10. Devilish Music (2004,13 Mins): Archival Interview with John Scott
11. Two Deleted Scenes with Commentary By Warren
12. Censoring 'Satan's Slave' (2019,16 Mins): Video Demonstration of the Cuts Imposed By the British Board of Film Censors in 1976
13. Original 'U' Certificate Theatrical Trailer
14. Original 'R'-Rated Theatrical Trailer
15. Image Gallery: Promotional and Publicity Material
16. New and Improved English Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing

More Info:

For his first foray into horror cinema - the genre in which he would ensure his legacy - Norman J Warren teamed up with critic-turned-screenwriter David McGillivray (House of Whipcord) and Hammer veteran Michael Gough (The Phantom of the Opera) for a tale of witchcraft and occultism. Candace Glendenning (Tower of Evil) plays a young woman who witnesses the death of her parents en route to visiting her uncle (played by Gough) and cousin (Martin Potter, Goodbye Gemini). While recovering from the trauma at his isolated estate, she begins to suspect all is not as it seems and that dark magic may be at work... region free