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Old 06-19-2022, 07:44 PM   #281
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I had missed the news that CS was working on Lone Wolf. I'm going to guess that means the most likely suspect for title they definitely have from my list is Night Vision.
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Night Ripper is a great little gem. Hope there's more like this coming in the future.
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Night Ripper is a great little gem. Hope there's more like this coming in the future.
A surprisingly well done film even in the SOV world.
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A repost from the 42nd Street Fever topic.

Night Ripper. The name sounds like a glam metal band touring the stickiest floors of Phoenix and Minneapolis’s seediest clubs. Poofy hair, tight pants, and power ballads about crotch rockets and love caverns. I can smell the imaginary beer-soaked panties tossed on stage by a middle-aged groupie wearing a tube top daring gravity to do its worst. Night Ripper the movie is that pair of underwear. Grungy SOV visuals featuring dimly lit mannequin warehouses, pitch-black car chases, pastel-centric fashion, and the blunt simplicity of the slasher essentials. It also boasts more scenes of cars backing out of parking spaces than bloody murders and flashing breasts combined.

[Show spoiler]A serial killer dubbed “The Ripper” stalks the streets of Somewhere, USA and disembowels his female victims. That’s what we’re told. We don't see it. All the murders alternate shots between the Ripper holding a kitchen knife and the victim savagely and repeatedly stabbed in the face. It’s not gut ripping, but the brutality is shockingly effective before the familiarity of a one-hit wonder creeps in.

Many women meet this gruesome end. I couldn’t tell you their names other than Darlene, the opening victim. You don’t see many models named Darlene. And Jill. She’s memorable because of her British (?) accent and her desire to pose for boudoir photos in a one-piece bathing suit with oversized novelty hat. She also looks like Camille Keaton. That goes for much of the cast---they all look like somebody more interesting. Hunky hero David resembles Carson Daly after swallowing several shots of J&B to summon the courage before an episode of TRL and having to introduce the latest video by Sum 41. The lead detective reminds me of the chief from Samurai Cop except less angry and more productive. Creepy perv Mitch and his Magnum P.I. moustache is a dead ringer for the Soup Nazi. Wait, it’s actually the Soup Nazi (Larry Thomas)!

The Soup Nazi peeping from bushes would be the pinnacle of any slasher or Seinfeld episode. Night Ripper is full of eccentricities. People in committed relationships cheat without hesitation. A woman takes a solo cruise down the self-love avenue anytime she talks to David on the phone. Mitch. Simply Mitch. A killer targeting fashion models who do zero modeling. Romance brimming with heated dialog like “This isn't love! This is two sweaty bodies ****ing under a flood lamp!" The best is a three-minute nighttime driving scene. The clarity from a VHS camcorder filming a car speeding in darkness with faint shimmers of taillights and the glowing aura emitted from a Shell station sign to remind viewers they haven’t gone blind. Place the Chromatics “Night Drive” over it and you have a retro music video sure to yield hundreds of thousands of views.

Director / writer Jeff Hathcock set out to make a soap opera mystery with stabbings and delivered a show teetering between quirky and surreal. Also with stabbings. Now if only we could get his follow-up, Streets of Death. How does a story about two serial killers disguising themselves as film students and recording amateur snuff films sound? Not hooked? It stars Larry “Soup Nazi” Miller and the boy from Old Yeller. Who can resist that?
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RAW NERVE (1991)

Race car driver Jimmy Clayton is having mind-shattering visions. Over and over, he sees young women ruthlessly murdered. He tries to go to the police as a witness to the latest murder, but they think he's crazy. An investigative reporter catches wind of Jimmy's tale and tries to help him put the blood-soaked pieces together. But when Jimmy's little sister appears in one of his visions, Jimmy's world comes violently crashing down.

Raw Nerve was the most expensive film David A. Prior had directed at the time, with a budget of $90,000. Shot in affordable Alabama, most of that money went to the noteworthy cast. Alongside frequent collaborator Ted Prior (Deadly Prey), Raw Nerve features Traci Lords (Shock 'Em Dead) in one of her first narrative films, Glenn Ford (Gilda, Happy Birthday to Me) in his final film, as well as Sandahl Bergman (Xanadu, Conan the Barbarian), Jan-Michael Vincent (The Mechanic, XTRO II), and Randall 'Tex' Cobb (Raising Arizona, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective).

This presentation of Raw Nerve was created from a brand new 4K scan of a 35mm Print -- the only known film element in existence, which was saved from certain destruction in the early 90's by Editor Tony Malanowski. Culture Shock Releasing proudly presents David A. Prior's Raw Nerve in meticulously restored HD for the first time ever!

Special Features

- Feature commentary with Actor Ted Prior, Cinematographer Andrew Parke, and Editor Tony Malanowski

- Interview with Actor Ted Prior

- Interview with Producer Ruta Aras

- Remastered original trailer

- Vintage blooper reel

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By the way, is it possible to get this thread moved into the proper "Studios and Distributors" section of the forum? I always spend a couple minutes looking for it in there before I remember it's just out in the main North American Blu Ray forum.

It's a minor inconvenience and not a big deal obviously. I'm not complaining so much as just bringing it up casually in case it's easy to do and a mod with the power to do it sees this.
I am so glad the MODS fixed this.
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I don't know, I thought it was a bit hathcocked.
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Old 07-14-2022, 04:39 AM   #290
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I wonder if John Tomlinson knows a Vietnamese singer stole the theme from Night Ripper! in 1992 for their own song.


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STREETS OF DEATH (1988)

In dumpsters, in the gutters, and even hanging from hooks... the streets of Los Angeles are being littered with murdered sex workers. A sinister John with a sizable wallet is tempting desperate women into dangerous traps. If the police (Simon Di Soto, Lawrence Scott, and Susanne Smith from Night Ripper) cannot find the killer, then who will? Maybe it will be a former detective (Tommy Kirk, Babes in Toyland, Blood of Ghastly Horror). Or perhaps it will be a couple of guys (Larry Thomas, "Seinfeld," Austin Powers and Guy Ecker, Night Terror, The Devil Wears White) shooting a documentary about prostitution.

With his follow up to the grim and stylish Night Ripper, director Jeff Hathcock cemented his name as a skilled provocateur of shot-on-video mayhem. Streets of Death is an even darker look at serial murder in southern California, with more shocking murder sequences and even more more dubious motives. Similarly to Night Ripper, Streets of Death boasts many visual references to classic Hollywood film, deftly photographed by then recent AFI graduate, Michael N. J. Wright. But don't let that fool you -- the sleaze drips off this slice of SOV horror history.

This presentation of STREETS OF DEATH is an HD up-res from the original 3/4" video master. Culture Shock Releasing is proud to present this iconic shot-on-video slasher for the first time on disc.

Special features:

- Interview with director Jeff Hathcock (21 min)

- Interview with actor Larry Thomas (15 min)

- Interview with cinematographer Michael N. J. Wright (13 min)

- Full-length commentary by Movie Melt! Grindhouse and Exploitation Podcast

- Behind the scenes still gallery (9 min)

https://www.cultureshockreleasing.co...pcover-edition
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Old 08-01-2022, 04:27 PM   #293
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Chuffed about Streets Of Death. Looks like another winner from CSR.
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Chuffed about Streets Of Death. Looks like another winner from CSR.
Just wait until you see was Culture Shock has lined up for the rest of the year!
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STREETS OF DEATH (1988)

In dumpsters, in the gutters, and even hanging from hooks... the streets of Los Angeles are being littered with murdered sex workers. A sinister John with a sizable wallet is tempting desperate women into dangerous traps. If the police (Simon Di Soto, Lawrence Scott, and Susanne Smith from Night Ripper) cannot find the killer, then who will? Maybe it will be a former detective (Tommy Kirk, Babes in Toyland, Blood of Ghastly Horror). Or perhaps it will be a couple of guys (Larry Thomas, "Seinfeld," Austin Powers and Guy Ecker, Night Terror, The Devil Wears White) shooting a documentary about prostitution.

With his follow up to the grim and stylish Night Ripper, director Jeff Hathcock cemented his name as a skilled provocateur of shot-on-video mayhem. Streets of Death is an even darker look at serial murder in southern California, with more shocking murder sequences and even more more dubious motives. Similarly to Night Ripper, Streets of Death boasts many visual references to classic Hollywood film, deftly photographed by then recent AFI graduate, Michael N. J. Wright. But don't let that fool you -- the sleaze drips off this slice of SOV horror history.

This presentation of STREETS OF DEATH is an HD up-res from the original 3/4" video master. Culture Shock Releasing is proud to present this iconic shot-on-video slasher for the first time on disc.

Special features:

- Interview with director Jeff Hathcock (21 min)

- Interview with actor Larry Thomas (15 min)

- Interview with cinematographer Michael N. J. Wright (13 min)

- Full-length commentary by Movie Melt! Grindhouse and Exploitation Podcast

- Behind the scenes still gallery (9 min)

https://www.cultureshockreleasing.co...pcover-edition
Just watched a trailer. It's hilarious lol
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Just watched a trailer. It's hilarious lol
Where did you find the trailer?
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Just wait until you see was Culture Shock has lined up for the rest of the year!
[Show spoiler]Iced?
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YouTube
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Just wait until you see was Culture Shock has lined up for the rest of the year!
Come on now, you know how long I've stirred up the forum and longed for ICED. You tease!
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