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An uncut and original film based on a short story by Edogawa Rampo that graphically depicts the terrifying perversion of a blind sculptor who kidnaps an artist's model, imprisons her in his studio with dozens of erotic female figurines and demonstrates how pleasure from touch replaces pleasure from sight. Released for the first time in the U.S. In Japanese with English subtitles. 1969/color/84 min/NR/widescreen.
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I rate Blind Beast...Five stars!
Also, Fantoma should be commended for their taste, skill, and dedication to the lesser known, yet very interesting films they've chosen to resurface. One surefire way to tell that you've reached new lows in your DVD geekdom is that you start obsessing over DVD companies, and so far, Anchor Bay, Criterion (obviously), Fox Lorber, and Kino (damn! I'd better stop!) have done great things and brought us many treasures. With their track record so far of great, avant-garde features and the fact that they're working on putting out the works of Kenneth Anger, Fantoma could turn out to be a major force in subversive and obscure DVD cinema.