Three years before Peter Jackson broke out with BAD TASTE, New Zealand director David Blyth created a film that Alejandro Jodorwsky described as “an apocalypse of slaughter.” Now it’s headed for special-edition Blu-ray in the U.S.
Dubbed by Quentin Tarantino “a horror movie unlike any other,” Tony Williams’ NEXT OF KIN (1982) has remained largely unseen in the US despite its reputation as one of the most arresting films released during the Ozploitation boom of the 70s and 80s.
A gore-slicked teenage wasteland where A Clockwork Orange meets Chopping Mall.
A mild-mannered music teacher faces off against drug-dealing droogs in this grimy trashploitation thriller.
High speed thrills in high definition!