Today: Jun 14, 2024

Unleashing Giallo’s Bloody Iris in 4K UHD – Celluloid Dreams Boutique Startup

6 months ago

The boutique startup company, Celluloid Dreams, has announced their debut title of restored films with a new release of the classic Giallo film, “The Case of the Bloody Iris,” directed by Giuliano Carnimeo. This restoration marks the first time the film has ever been presented in 4K UHD (Ultra High Definition), offering both the original Italian and English dubbed versions of the movie. The restored version is set to release in April 2023.

  • New boutique startup, Celluloid Dreams, to release restored classic Giallo film, “The Case of the Bloody Iris,” in 4K UHD
  • Release will feature both the original Italian and English dub, and will include old and new bonus features
  • Slated to be available from April 2023 with a suggested retail price of $45.95

Celluloid Dreams’ restoration of “The Case of the Bloody Iris” promises to bring out every detail in the film’s beautiful cinematography, presenting it in the 4K ultra-high definition format for the first time. The movie, which has amassed a cult following among Giallo fans, features Edwige Fenech and George Hilton in their third collaboration together and has been praised for its “pure giallo fun” and striking visuals.

The film will be released as a 2-disc combo containing a Blu-ray and 4K UHD version of the movie. The release also includes a host of bonus features like interviews, outtake reels, an image gallery, and newly transferred trailers. The numerous featurettes delve into aspects of the film’s production, providing viewers a chance to hear directly from the creators themselves.

“The Case of the Bloody Iris” is a classic example of the Giallo genre, known for its suspenseful plots, gruesome murders, and psychological thrills. Its re-release is a testament to the enduring popularity of Giallo films and the growing movement towards preserving and restoring iconic movies. This restoration effort by Celluloid Dreams is expected to delight long-time fans and attract new viewers to the genre.

More information about the restored release of “The Case of the Bloody Iris” can be found on the Celluloid Dreams website.