Full details: “SNUFF” special-edition Blu-ray and DVD


We first reported the news and debuted one of the covers for Blue Underground’s upcoming Blu-ray of the notorious exploitation flick SNUFF here, and now complete specs and the art for a DVD edition have come down.

Blue Underground releases SNUFF in the two disc formats October 22, each with a “blood red” case available with the first pressing only and a reversible sleeve with the alternate artwork. Produced with the participation of award-winning filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn, these releases of Michael and Roberta Findlay’s South American slaughter story (capped by alleged “real murder” footage) feature 1.66:1 widescreen transfers with the original mono soundtrack (in DTS-HD on the Blu-ray). The copious special features include:

SNUFFDISCDETAILSNEWS• “Shooting SNUFF”: Interview with filmmaker Carter Stevens

• “Up to Snuff”: Interview with Nicolas Winding Refn

• “The Myth of SNUFF”: Interview with retired FBI agent Bill Kelly

• U.S. trailer

• German trailer

• Poster and still gallery

• Controversy gallery

• “SNUFF: The Seventies and Beyond” by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

• Nicolas Winding Refn intro

Retail prices are $19.98 for the DVD, $29.98 for the Blu-ray.

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