Cult classic cannibal film EATEN ALIVE (1980) from Italian director Umberto Lenzi is coming to Blu-ray on January 30th from Severin Films. The film stars Robert Kerman, Janet Agren, Ivan Rassimov, Paola Senatore, and Me Me Lai. A standard and Limited Edition Blu-ray release will be available for purchase. Keep reading for all the technical details of the release.
From The Press Release
Eight years after he first unleashed the Italian cannibal craze, spaghetti splatter master Umberto Lenzi (NIGHTMARE CITY, CANNIBAL FEROX) returned to the jungle for this “graphic” (Monster Hunter), “sordid” (Geek Legacy) and “extreme” (Horror News) gut-muncher that still packs the power to rip your d*ck off. EuroSleaze hall-of-famers Robert Kerman (CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST), Janet Agren (CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD), Ivan Rassimov (THE MAN FROM DEEP RIVER) and Me Me Lai (JUNGLE HOLOCAUST) – along with Hollywood legend Mel Ferrer (WAR AND PEACE) – star in this insane assemblage of flesh-ripping mayhem, depraved sexual brutality, and even the Jonestown massacre. EATEN ALIVE! is now presented uncut, uncensored and fully remastered in HD for the first time ever, with all-new Special Features that slit open the legacy of this definitive cannibal classic.
*The Limited Edition set will also include the original soundtrack for the film placed on a separate CD and will come with an exclusive slip-sleeve.
The label will also have available for sale the Eaten Alive dedicated set, The CanniBundle, featuring our special Eaten Alive Blu-ray release with Limited Edition Slipcover (Only 2500 units available), CD Soundtrack, an Eaten Alive T-shirt, and a special Umberto Lenzi Enamel Pin.
Special Features and Technical Specs:
- NEW 2K REMASTER of the film presented for the first time ever
- Welcome To The Jungle: Interview With Director Umberto Lenzi
- Me Me Lai Bites Back: Feature Documentary On The Queen Of Cannibal Movies
- The Sect of The Purification: Interview With Production Designer Antonello Geleng
- Archive Interviews With Actors Ivan Rassimov and Robert Kerman
- 2013 Q&A With Umberto Lenzi from the Festival of Fantastic Films, UK