Amid the gush of early ‘80s low-budget backwoods horror, only one lost classic brought together softcore sex, hardcore violence, Satanic sex cults and a limb-tearing, gut-slinging, dick-ripping beast for “the best and bloodiest Bigfoot movie ever made.” (Buried.com): When a group of Anthropology students heads deep into the forest to investigate a series of Sasquatch attacks, they’ll discover an immortal brain-blast of crazy hermits, mutilated Girl Scouts, interspecies copulation and “one of the goriest final scenes in the whole history of splatter flicks” (A Slash Above). Producer/co-writer Jim L. Ball and director James C. Wasson deliver “an anti-masterpiece that moves like a bullet, unlike anything you’ve ever seen” (Mondo Digital) now scanned in 2K from the recently discovered 35mm answer print withover 5½ hours of Special Features on two discs.
Just A Little Green Kid Outta Waco, Texas: Interview With Producer Jim L. Ball
The Demon Made Me Do It: Interview With Director James C. Wasson
Eye Of The Demon: Interview With Cinematographer John Quick
FRATERNITY OF HORROR: Previously Unreleased 1964 Feature Produced By Jim L. Ball And Shot By John Quick
Cryptid Currency: Transgression Aggression In Bigfoot Cinema — Video Essay By David Coleman, Author Of The Bigfoot Filmography
Tales From The Cryptid: Interview With Stephen R. Bissette, Co-Author Of Cryptid Cinema
Deconstructing Patty: Interview With William Munns, Author Of When Roger Met Patty
Mondo Bigfoot: Interview With Lyle Blackburn, Author Of Boggy Creek Casebook
BAN THE SADIST VIDEOS!
BAN THE SADIST VIDEOS! PART 2
My Nasty Memories: Interview With BAN THE SADIST VIDEOS! Director David Gregory
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