Splendid, if not a bit pricey. When's 'Penda's Fen' going to get the full treatment it deserves, that's what I want to know.
I thought the same, Pendas Fen should've been with those titles. Bet it pops up soon!
I think these titles are being released as part of the BFI gothic season underway at the moment, so I suppose Penda's Fen wouldn't fit into that category?
Will be fantastically pleased to pick up a copy of Robin Redbreast. :]
Me too, the copy I've got is time-coded and fuzzy and I only saw it the once a few years back, so I'm looking forward to re-evaluating it with a better picture. I'm keen to read the booklet too.
They chose the appropriate season for these releases. BTW, a DVD of Nachtschatten by Niklaus Schilling exists now, though I do not know whether it is english subtitled. Could fit into the genre, though.
Hmm, not heard of Nachtschatten, looks interesting though. I'll check it out, but I can't see a copy with English options, though I'll still give it a go - thanks!
Unfortunately, there are even two german Horror films called "Nachtschatten", and to add to the confusion, both seem to concern vampires in some way. Lucky as I am I first ordered the wrong one. So look out for Nachtschatten by Niklaus Schilling, 1971, if you are interested. Have it on order now, so don't know about subtitles yet. It is one of the rare good german post-WW2 folk-horror genre movies (there are also two, three more recent ones who might fit the genre, but they all more or less suck, like most contemporary Horror movies).