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Inseminoid / (Uk)

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Label: POWERHOUSE FILMS
Rel. Date: 08/27/2021
UPC: 5060697921755

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DISC: 1

1. 2K Restoration, Supervised and Approved By Director Norman J Warren
2. Original Mono Audio
3. Audio Commentary with Warren and Assistant Director Gary White (2004)
4. The Behp Interview with Norman J Warren - Part Two (2018, 67 Mins): Archival Video Recording, Made As Part of the British Entert
5. Norman J Warren at the Manchester Festival of Fantastic Films (2011,62 Mins): Archival Video Recording of the Director in Conver
6. Subterranean Universe (2004, 45 Mins): Archival Documentary on the Making of Inseminoid, Featuring Interviews with Warren, Actor
7. Alien Encounter (2019,6 Mins): Actor Trevor Thomas Recalls Playing the Part of Mitch
8. Electronic Approach (2004,13 Mins): Archival Interview with Composer John Scott
9. Original Theatrical Trailers
10. Horror Planet Teaser Trailer
11. TV Spot
12. Image Gallery: Promotional and Publicity Material
13. New and Improved English Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing

More Info:

Boasting a strong female cast - including Judy Geeson (10 Rillington Place), Stephanie Beacham (Tam-Lin) and Victoria Tennant (Flowers in the Attic) - and co-financed by Run Run Shaw of the Shaw Brothers, Inseminoid is among Norman J Warren's most widely seen films... and his most infamous. Once listed as a 'video nasty', this science-fiction horror concerns a small crew of scientists who are terrorised by a creature on a distant planet. Comparisons with Ridley Scott's Alien have been ever-present, though Inseminoid has a charm all of it's own - it may not have the gloss or the budget, but it's certainly a great deal of fun. Region free