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Cross of The 7 Jewels, Rave and Solar Anus Cinema coming to Blu-ray in July via TetroVideo

TetroVideo in collaboration with Luce Cinecittà, the cult trash film Cross of The 7 Jewels (restored edition) will be available on Blu-ray for the first time ever and the pre-order will start on friday, july 15, on the official TetroVideo website. Cross of The 7 Jewels (aka “La croce dalle 7 pietre” and “Il lupo mannaro contro la camorra”) is a 1987 Italian horror film directed, written and starring Marco Antonio Andolfi, here credited as Eddy Endolf. Cross of The 7 Jewels comes in a Standard Blu-ray Edition and in a 200 Limited Numbered Mediabook Edition (cover A): Blu-ray + 20 Pag Booklet + slipcase (limited to the pre-order customers), with a lot of extra content by Luca Ruocco from InGenereCinema. The swedish body horror film Rave (Svezia - 2020) by Nils Alatalo and the transgressive extreme anthology film Solar Anus Cinema by Usama Alshaibi come in a Ultralimited Numbered Mediabook edition (DVD + Blu-ray + 20 Pag Booklet + Slipcover limited to pre-order customers), thanks to the partnership with Goredrome Pictures. Cross of The 7 Jewels Cross of The 7 Jewels has been remastered from a 4K scan of the original 35mm camera negative, exclusively done by TetroVideo, supervised and approved by Luce Cinecittà. Produced by G. C. Pictures, Cross of The 7 Jewels was distributed theatrically in Italy in 1987. After its release, Andolfi re-edited the film in 1995 for the Asian market and re-released it under the name Talisman. This version of the film included footage from documentaries, newsreel footage and from the film The Serpent and the Rainbow by Wes Craven. However in 2007, Eddy Endolf directed the medium-length film Riecco Aborym, the Cross of 7 Jewels sequel. Both Talisman and Riecco Aborym are included in the Cross of The 7 Jewels Blu-ray bonus features. Cross of The 7 Jewels synopsis: Marco Sartori (Marco Antonio Andolfi) becomes a sadistic werewolf after being cursed by a black magic society. Only a jeweled necklace he wears can stop the transformations taking place but one day the precious amulet is stolen while taking a trip from Naples to Rome. Eddy Endolf, Annie Belle, Paolo Fiorino, George Ardisson, Gordon Mitchell, Glauco Simonini, Zaira Zoccheddu, Giulio Massimini and Mario Donatone star.

Special features: – Artworks gallery; – Marco Antonio Andolfi Photo Gallery (photos taken from the archives of M. A. Andolfi and Luca Ruocco); Cross of The 7 Jewels – Official Trailer; Cross of The 7 Jewels – Deleted Scene; Jekyll/Hyde – Short film by Luca Ruocco starring Eddy Endolf; – Luca Ruocco and Ivan Talarico Audio Commentary; – “In short: Marco Antonio Andolfi” by Luca Ruocco; Riecco Aborym – Medium-length film directed by Marco Antonio Andolfi; Riecco Aborym – Luca Ruocco Backstage; Riecco Aborym – Trailer; Riecco Aborym – Photo Gallery (photos by Alfonso Spezza); Talisman (Feature film) - Cross of the Seven Jewels (alternative version) directed by Allan Fleming; Talisman – Trailer. The HD official trailer:

Rave Directed by Nils Alatalo and starring Isabelle Grill (Midsommar), Rave (aka Svartklubb) is a body horror film presented as a mix between Lamberto Bava's Demons and Eli Roth's Cabin Fever. In Rave, a strange illness spreads among the participants of an illegal rave.

Special Features: - Making Of; - Director's Commentary Audio; - Rave Teaser; - Rave original Trailer; - Call From The Rave (Music of SvartKlubb). Synopsis: the local underground club is shutting down, but not before throwing one last party. Mimmi (Isabelle Grill) drags her nervous friend Lina along for a night of alcohol, ecstasy and dancing. But as the night nears its end, more and more of the party goers become affected by a strange infection. As people start to deteriorate in the goriest ways, Mimmi tries to find her way out through the club’s neon-lit corridors and dark back rooms. However, surviving the night is only the beginning in this hallucinogenic descent into body horror hell. Isabelle Grill (Midsommar), Tuva Jagell (Girls Lost), Victor Iván, Sebastian Norén, Christer Wahlberg and Sophia Lücke star. Solar Anus Cinema Considered the precursor of extreme cinema, Solar Anus Cinema is directed by the iraqi american director Usama Alshaibi (Profane), the modern master of transgressive cinema. Solar Anus Cinema collects nine of his female portraits with some sexual content, filmed between 2001 and 2008, plus the longer narrative short film The Amateurs (2003), a medium-length film about casting a pornographic movie. For the portraits, Usama Alshaibi films different women, including his wife Kristie Alshaibi and each segment is also imbued with either just a hint of violence or an explicit vision of it. In The Amateurs instead Alshaibi has cast himself as an amateur pornographer auditioning women to perform with his two male cohorts in front of a camera, but the men are unable to fulfill his outrageous requests.

Solar Anus Cinema special features include the Photogallery, the original Trailer and the never released before porn short film ASS (2001). Kristie Alshaibi, Molly Plunk (Profane), Samer Alshaibi, Brandon, Camilla Ha, Desiree, Kalyx star.

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