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Bloody New Year / (Uk)

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Label: POWERHOUSE FILMS
Rel. Date: 08/27/2021
UPC: 5060697921762

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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 Film Historian Jo Botting (2019)
4. Norman's Wisdom (2019, 29 Mins): Warren Discusses Some of the Lesser-Known Areas of His Career, Including His Work in Television
5. New Blood (2019,16 Mins): Actor Catherine Roman Warmly Remembers Her First Film Role
6. The Art of Blood (2019,15 Mins): Screenwriter and Set Dresser Frazer Pearce Relates the Production History of Bloody New Year
7. Fights, Camera, Action! (2019, 11 Mins): Actor and Stuntman Steve Emerson Recalls His Work with Warren on Terror and Bloody New
8. Working with Warren (2019,10 Mins): Interview with Filmmaker and Warren Collaborator Yixi Sun
9. Turn Off Your Bloody Phone: Norman J Warren and the Ghost (2013, 1 Min): Short Produced for Frightfest, Starring Warren, Sun, an
10. Original Trailer
11. Image Gallery: Promotional and Publicity Material
12. New and Improved English Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing

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Norman J Warren's final feature as director is also one of his most unclassifiable. Filmed in Wales, it focuses on a group of teens who find themselves on a stranded island while holidaying. The island is home to a deserted hotel, where it's no longer the summer of 1986, but New Year's Eve 1959, cueing a series of Warren's famed horror set-pieces, involving ghosts, zombies, dismemberment, decapitations and much, much more besides. Region free