Mondo Macabro and CAV current HOTEL FEAR – The world Blu-ray premier of a traditional Italian thriller.
1 Blu-ray disc
Label: Mondo Macabro
Preorder: 5/20/22 Launch: 6/14/22
Catalogue #: MDO248
100 minutes in Italian and Spanish, with English subtitles
MPAA Ranking: NR
Excessive Definition 1080p 1.66:1
DTS-HD MA 2.0 Mono
Area code: All
Manufacturing yr: 1976 in Italy
Director: Francesco Barilli
Forged: Luc Merenda, Leonora Fani, Francisco Rabal, Jole Fiero
The story takes place in Italy in direction of the top of World Warfare Two, in a run-down resort by the shores of a big lake. A wierd assortment of friends are staying there. They appear to be both affected by psychological sickness, concerned in scams of 1 kind or one other, or hiding from one thing of their previous.
Rosa, a teenage woman performed by Leonora Fani, works together with her mom, Marta, making an attempt to maintain the resort functioning. As a result of struggle and the frequent bombing raids that happen, the resort is on its final legs and even discovering meals for the friends is a serious drawback. Rosa writes letters to ship to her father who’s off preventing within the struggle. Rosa’s mom dies unexpectedly, and all of a sudden the woman finds herself on the mercy of the sexually rapacious and insane resort friends. After a vicious rape, Rosa despairs. She calls on her absent father to avenge her. And it appears her name is answered when the friends die violently by the hands of a masked, gloved killer. However who actually is that this thriller murderer? And is Rosa dropping her grip on actuality?
This was director Francesco Barilli’s second characteristic movie, after the extremely regarded PERFUME OF THE LADY IN BLACK. As a result of distribution issues the movie has been onerous to see. It has by no means been launched within the US earlier than and that is its world premier on Blu-ray.
Model new 2k restoration from unique unfavourable.
New interview with director Francesco Barilli.
New interview with actor Luc Merenda.
Archive interview with Francesco Barilli.
Audio commentary by Fragments of Worry (Peter Jilmstad and Rachael Nisbet).
Mondo Macabro previews.