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Cult Cinema Blu-ray Titles for May 2017 from Arrow Video and MVD Entertainment
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Cult Cinema Blu-ray Titles for May 2017 from Arrow Video and MVD EntertainmentMay sees the release of a fantastic slate of cult cinema from Arrow Video, with a healthy mix of giallo, cult crime and gore to keep fans happy.

First comes The Climber, starring cult actor Joe Dallesandro (Flesh for Frankenstein, Blood for Dracula). The Climber is a prime example of Italian crime cinema and follows the rise and fall of Dallesandro's smalltime drug dealer, Aldo. Filled with brawls, fistfights, shootouts and explosions, this is an excellent action-thriller. The other big crime release of May is Cops vs Thugs, Kinji Fukasaku's masterpiece and one of the greatest films to come out of 1970s Japan. Echoing other great crime films, Cops vs Thugs is set in a world where there is no honor among thieves - or cops for that matter - and personal honor and duty among friends means everything. Wolf Guy, meanwhile, sees Shinichi "Sonny" Chiba star as a lycanthropic detective who uses his wolfish powers to solve crimes. One of the rarest and most sought after films from Japan's Toei Studio, Wolf Guy is pure 1970s with violence, action, nudity, and a psychedelic score.

For gorehounds, May also sees the arrival of two grisly Limited Edition classics. Brain Damage is Frank Henenlotter's bad taste head trip that follows parasitic Elmer (voiced by late night TV horror host, John Zacherley) and his ability to induce euphoric hallucinations in the people he comes across. However, his trips come with a nasty side effect and leave the victims scouring the streets for Elmer's favourite food - brains! - resulting in some of the best bad taste gags in cinematic history. Later in the month, Evil Ed gets a Dual Format Special EDition release. This ode to the splatter flicks of the 1980s unfolds gore scene after gore scene as a mild-mannered film tech loses his grip on reality after being forced to watch hours of grisly film footage. The result is a smorgasbord of flying limbs, exploding heads, busty babes and creepy creatures! A must for splatter fans everywhere.

For more information, visit:
* Amazon: BRAIN DAMAGE Limited Edition
* Amazon: THE CLIMBER
* Amazon: COPS VS THUGS
* Amazon: WOLF GUY
* Amazon: EVIL ED Limited Edition
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