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Roger Corman's Cult Classics Sword And Sorcery Collection (Deathstalker, Deathstalker II, The Warrior And The Sorceress & Barbarian Queen)


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  • Actors: Rick Hill, Barbi Benton, David Carradine, Lana Clarkson
  • Directors: James Sbardellati
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: August 23, 2011
  • Run Time: 315 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004ZKKKXI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,644 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

Deathstalker:

New anamorphic widescreen transfer (1.78:1)

Audio commentary by Producer/Director, John Sbardellati, Special Makeup Effects Artist, John Carl Buechler and Actor, Richard Brooker

Theatrical trailer

Photo gallery

Deathstalker II:

New anamorphic widescreen transfer (1.78:1) of the Director’s approved cut of the film

Audio commentary by Director, Jim Wynorski, Actors, John Terlesky And Toni Naples

Theatrical trailer


Editorial Reviews

Deathstalker (Richard Hill) is the mighty warrior chosen to battle the evil forces of a medieval kingdom, who sets off on a journey to the most challenging tournament in the land. To the winner will go the throne of the evil wizard, the ultimate mystical power and the love of the beautiful Princess Codille (Barbi Benton). But first, Deathstalker must prove himself worthy of his legacy and treachery lurks at every turn.

Deathstalker II (John Terlesky) has a mission: to save the kingdom from the wicked grip of the immoral wizard Jerak and his queen Sultana. Together they have ruled the land by creating a controllable evil twin of the lovely Princess Evie (Monique Gabrielle). Capturing the real Princess Evie, Deathstalker must now return her to her rightful place of power:but the swordsman’s battle has just begun.

On the eve of her wedding, Amathea (Lana Clarkson) sees her world dissolve: her groom imprisoned, her village razed, her friends attacked and slaughtered. Becoming the Barbarian Queen, she vows revenge and retribution, enticing and then destroying adversaries.

Travel to a distant world of exciting battles, exotic women, mystical secrets and evil wizards in The Warrior And The Sorceress. Kain (David Carradine) was once an exalted warrior-priest but now wanders the planet Vra as a mercenary sword-for-hire. In the small village of Yam-A-Tar, he finds two vicious clans struggling for power, and he becomes embroiled in the treachery and battles, the mighty wizardry and rampant debauchery.

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Regardless of the above, the film is still great and a lot of fun.
Cinema Un-Verite
Purchased a hard to find item, great experience and I loved watching these DVD's brings back old memories of my younger years thanks again.
Ismael Estrada
Both are only anamorphic widescreen transfers and are far better than the previous out-of-print New Concorde releases.
A. Snyder

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125 of 126 people found the following review helpful By Cinema Un-Verite on September 5, 2011
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These are some of my favorite B movies of all time - real guilty pleasures! Nothing beats a low budget barbarian film to lift the spirits! These films have never looked better. However, my favorite of the 4 films, Deathstalker II, appears in a cut version here. This Deathstalker II version has its pros and cons.

The Deathstalker II version in this set is the "Director's approved cut of the film" which is different in many ways from the previous DVD version which was released by New Concorde. The "director's cut" visually looks much better than the previous release. The image is widescreen and looks properly framed. The image is brighter and the colors look great. The previous DVD release often looked dark and murky. The film now looks magnificent!

However, the "director's cut" has a shorter running time than the previous release. Two scenes have been deleted entirely and there are numerous cuts to other scenes and dialogue. The back of the new Shout Factory case gives the film a running time of 85 minutes - my DVD player has the film's running time as 77 minutes. The previous New Concorde release box gave a running time of 85 minutes, but the film actually ran 88 minutes. Accordingly, this new release is 11 minutes shorter than the previous release!
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A. Snyder on August 17, 2011
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When it comes to schlocky, low budget "Conan the Barbarian" knock-offs none has a worse reputation than the "Deathstalker" tetralogy. Despite the entire series being completely inept and the lowest common denominator when it comes to filmmaking, it still has a small legion of cult fans... me included. These are just campy delights with unlikeable barbaric anti-heroes, buxom heroines that bare it all and shoddy effects. Basically the series is a B-movie fanatics dream come true.

Included in this quadruple feature, released though Shout Factory's wonderful 'Roger Corman Cult Classics' line, are the first two entries into the series. Both were previously released on DVD in Full Screen versions from the now defunct company New Concorde. These OOP releases were going for tons of money from secondary sellers and now we fans can get these films in this wonderful bargain set which contains both films in brand new anamorphic widescreen transfers! Thankfully the hilarious and insightful audio commentary for "Deathstalker II: Duel of the Titans" (seriously one of the most entertaining commentaries I have ever heard) from the previous DVD release is included. To top it off a brand new audio commentary is included for the first "Deathstalker" film!

About a year ago Shout Factory released a double feature of "Barbarian Queen" and "The Warrior and the Sorceress" that was exclusively sold on their website, no doubt because they thought there wasn't a big enough fan base to warrant a wide release. As a bonus they throw this disc in with the first two "Deathstalker" films. Both are only anamorphic widescreen transfers and are far better than the previous out-of-print New Concorde releases.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Skyclad on August 24, 2011
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Yes, these Roger Corman movies are all a part of that 80's b-rated "So Bad It's Good" fantasy movie genre. The Shout Factory is the first company that's released these movies in widescreen and they all look great for when they were made and the budget they were given. I remember when David Carradine died I found out he was in a b-rated fantasy movie... of course since he died the movie was going for 60 bucks on Amazon, so I'm glad I waited. The movie he plays in "The Warrior And The Sorceress" is easily the worst of the bunch, even I had trouble finishing it. It's pretty neat watching these, seeing all of the naked women and how they were treated, I don't think any studio no matter how small would publish this. I know for a fact they're all too racy for an "R" rating these days. ANyway, great set, definitely worth the small price being asked. The only trouble I had was on disc 2 there's areas to click on to watch The Warrior And The Sorceress and Barbarian Queen. I thought something went wrong because clicking on the movies starts up trailers for Corman movies... I thought the movies weren't on there at all, but they are, you just have to wait for the trailers to play through. My buddy said since the graphics on the menu of disc 2 show a movie theater, maybe they put the trailers in there so it's kind of like you're in an actual theater... having to sit through the trailers before the main attraction starts.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Neil Ofsteel on November 6, 2011
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After however many years, it's nice to see these films available on DVD again. Let me just clarify for those of you concerned about the fact that Barbarian Queen is the R-Rated version instead of the superior Unrated version, (Listen I know there are only 2 people in the world who care about this so let me just address the other one,) The scenes cut out of the Unrated version are NOT put back into this version HOWEVER they are included as deleted scenes. So, at least they're in there someplace, I guess. If it bothers you that much, get a VCR. I had never seen the Warrior and the Sorceress before but found it to be on-par with the other quality films in this collection, even if the cover was completely misleading! (no 4-boobs, boo!) The Deathstalker films are a must-see for fans of... I don't know, the 80s? Boobs? Bad jokes? Good times? Cardboard props? You can't beat em! Especially #2, featuring John Terlesky in what should have been a star-making performance. Not to mention Monique Gabrielle's turn as 2 different characters (spoiler: they both appear topless!)
R.I.P. Lana Clarkson
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