Dossier sur feu la société de production ciné Cannon, regroupant 40 films chroniqués et 3 interviews exclusives. Également au menu : une interview de l'écrivain Christophe Siebert, un hommage à Christopher Lee, les rubriques habituelles comme le fameux "Depuis des Lustres" ou une Metal Zone remaniée, et tout un foisonnement de bric-à-brac culturel
Entombed for eons and turned to stone... the Volcano Man of 2,000 years ago stalks the earth to claim his woman! A team of archeologists, led by Dr. Paul Mallon (Richard Anderson, TV s The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman) excavates a perfectly preserved faceless man of stone encased in lava from a site at ancient Pompeii. Mallon begins to piece together the history and identity of the stone figure, he uncovers the story of Quintillus Aurelius, an Etruscan gladiator-slave who was tortured and sentenced to death for daring to love a noblewoman, but the eruption of the Vesuvius Volcano destroyed the city and buried the jailed Quintilus Aurelius. But when dead bodies with smashed skulls begin to pile up, not only do the scientists believe that the faceless man is still alive, but bent to carrying out his final wish, rescuing his beloved - reincarnated as Tina Enright (Elaine Edwards, The Bat), Mallon s fiancée. Directed by cult-great Edward L. Cahn (Invisible Invaders).
While on a cross-country drive, a bitter writer (international superstar franco Nero of Django) and his beautiful wife (Corinne Clery, the Story of O and Moonraker) pick up a stranded motorist (David Hess of Last House on the Left infamy). But when this hitcher turns out to be a depraved psychopath, their road trip takes a vicious detour into sex and savagery where the miles are marked in mayhem and vengeance is the ultimate rule of thumb. rarely seen in the u.S. (causing it to be named “one of the greatest exploitation films no one has ever seen” IGN) Hitch-Hike is a sleaze epic fueled by wild performances, scenes of shocking violence, and a visceral score by legendary composer Ennio Morricone. this raroVideo release is completely uncut and uncensored, and presents co-writer/ director Pasquale festa Campanile’s vision in all its shocking glory.