- An MVD Exclusive
- Format: DVD
- SKU: SEV10037DV
- UPC: 760137100379
- Street Date: 03/29/22
- PreBook Date: 02/22/22
- Label: Severin Films »
- Genre: Horror
- Run Time: 92 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 1980
- Region Code: 1
- Box Lot: 30
- Territory: NORTH AMERICA
- Language: English
Cast & Crew
- Actor: David Hess
- Actor: Annie Belle
- Actor: Christian Borromeo
- Actor: Giovanni Lombardo Radice
- Actor: Marie Claude Joseph
- Actor: Gabriele Di Giulio
- Actor: Lorraine De Selle
- Actor: Karoline Mardeck
- Actor: Brigitte Petronio
- Director: Ruggero Deodato
- Producer: Franco Di Nunzio
- Producer: Franco Palaggi
- Director: Ruggero Deodato
- Producers: Franco Di Nunzio, Franco Palaggi
House On The Edge Of The Park
A charismatic psychopath and his unhinged sidekick turn a get-together of chic New Yorkers into an ordeal of class warfare and sexual violence.
- List Price: $19.95
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- In Stock: 167
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REMASTERED UNCUT IN 4K WITH ALL-NEW SPECIAL FEATURES
For his follow-up to CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST, director Ruggero Deodato delivered a shocker packed with even more cruelty and controversy. 40+ years later, it remains one of the most disturbing exploitation films of all time: David Hess of THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT infamy stars as a charismatic psychopath who, with his equally unhinged sidekick (Giovanni Lombardo Radice of CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD), turns a get-together of chic New Yorkers into an ordeal of class warfare and sexual violence. Annie Belle (ABSURD), Christian Borromeo (TENEBRAE) and Lorraine De Selle (WILD BEASTS) co-star in this notorious DPP 39 Video Nasty from the screenwriters of THE NEW YORK RIPPER with an unforgettable soundtrack by Riz Ortolani, now scanned uncut in 4K from the original negative with 3+ hours of all-new Special Features.
- Audio Commentary By Bruce Holecheck (Cinema Arcana) And Art Ettinger (Ultra Violent)
- The Man Who Loved Women — Interview With Director Ruggero Deodato
- Lights On — Interview With Cinematographer Sergio D'Offizi
- Like A Prairie Dog — Interview With Actor Giovanni Lombardo Radice
- External Beauty & Internal Ugliness — Archival Interview With David Hess
- House Sweet House — Interview With Set Designer Antonello Geleng
- Contains all-new Special Features
- For video nasty enthusiasts
- For fans of THE NEW YORK RIPPER
- Scanned uncut in 4K from the original negative
- For fans of CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST
- For fans of THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT
Unrelenting psychological horror... Total unabashed exploitation cinema from Ruggero Deodato, as controversial as his CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST.
It outdoes LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT.
Brutal in-your-face cinema... For those with strong stomachs, the door is wide open for you.
Deodato's magnum sickus... A vital contribution to early '80s shock filmmaking. They sure don't make 'em like this anymore.
Tense and depraved... Deodato brings out the best in his actors. Hess is at his most explosively terroristic in this film.
—B, Sleazoid Express