Today: April 14, 2024

Delirium – Blu-ray Unboxing

“For his feature film debut, director Peter Maris took portions of an unfinished urban conspiracy thriller and added a new psycho-killer procedural to create what may be the most unusual/vicious proto-slasher shocker of the ‘70s: When a series of savage murders rocks St. Louis, the police investigation will lead to a deranged Vietnam vet “who looks like a cracked-out Seth McFarlane” (HorrorNews.net), an underground organization of white-collar vigilantes, gratuitous nudity, graphic violence and an absolute masterclass in low-budget regional filmmaking. 

One of the very first Section 2 Video Nasties, this longtime VHS rarity – also known as PSYCHO PUPPET – is now presented on disc for the first time ever, restored from the only known 35mm print in existence.” – 88 Films

We took a closer look at the Blu-ray…


SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Limited Edition Double Walled Slipcase with new Artwork from Joel Robinson
  • Double Sided Fold-out A3 Poster
  • Booklet Notes by Andrew Graves
  • Uncut!!!
  • 2K transfer from the only known 35mm Film Elements
  • High Definition Blu-ray ™ (1080p) Presentation in 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Original DTS-HD MA 2.0 Soundtrack
  • Optional English SDH Subtitles
  • Directing DELIRIUM: Interview With Director Peter Maris
  • Monster Is Man: Interview With Special Effects Artist Bob Shelley
  • Trailer

TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Region Code: B
  • Picture Format: HD 1080p 1.85:1
  • Audio Format: 2.0
  • Language: English
  • Certification: 18
  • Running Time: 88
  • Discs: 1

DELIRIUM is available now on Blu-ray from 88 Films

 

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