Nightmares Come at Night: Remastered Edition [Blu-ray]
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SPECIAL FEATURES: Interviews with former friends and collaborators discussing Franco's legacy (broken out into several segments among these new Franco releases), ALL NEW Audio Commentary by Tim Lucas, Trailers and much more!
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Here's the synopsis as far as I could discern after a viewing of the film. A stage performer of some repute named Anna (Diana Lorys) falls under the spell of another beautiful gal named Cincia (Colette Jack). Perhaps their budding relationship has something to do with the way Anna manipulates that feather boa onstage. Who knows? Anyway, Cincia brings Anna back to her sumptuous home in order to get to know her better, but ominous things start to happen soon after their first meeting.Read more ›
This film isn't for everyone and I am sure some Franco fans may cry foul at this release. Proceed with caution.
You know, some things were certainly happening in this movie, but I couldn't figure if the director intended for me to care or not. Or whether I was really supposed to know anything at all or not. But I didn't mind, I just went with the flow. Pretty fun movie to watch.
It's in a threepack with Werewolf Woman and Flesh for the Beast for actually a couple of bucks less, so you'll definitely want to pick that up instead of this dvd by itself. It's the same DVD as listed here too, so if you hate triplefeatures on single disks there's no problem there.
There are also a couple of special features, including a 20 minute documentary about the making of the film with interviews with movie critics, and Jess Franco, as well as an 8 minute homage to Jess Franco featuring interviews with Franco's friends.
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B99H6YE/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_4Published 6 days ago by Dave Adamek
Advanced Franco, not for the beginner. Don't know why I own so many Franco films, but I do. Tim Lucas's commentary is very interesting and informative. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason Spear