Island Of Death Blu-Ray/DVD


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THE LUCKY ONES GOT THEIR BRAINS BLOWN OUT!! Welcome to Mykonos, the holiday destination of choice for sun, sea and slaughter! From cult director Nico Mastorakis, Island of Death is a travelogue of atrocities with scenes so strong that the British Government was once compelled to ban it as a "video nasty". Arriving on the idyllic Greek island, Christopher and Celia appear to be every inch the perfect, handsome young couple. Little do the welcoming locals realise that they are in fact a pair of murderous degenerates, determined to spread their own particular brand of perversion across the island. DIY crucifixions, opportunistic bestiality, sexual peeing and murder by all conceivable forms ensue - including death by makeshift blowtorch, samurai sword, dump truck and more! Shocking, brutal and totally politically incorrect in its outlook, Island of Death is a gruelling cinematic experience devised by director Mastorakis to out-do the excesses of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, which he was hugely inspired by. Now fully uncut and newly-restored from the original negative, fans can enjoy Island of Death in all its sleazy, lurid glory.


Brand new 2K restoration of the film from the original camera negative, approved by writer-director-producer Nico Mastorakis

High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation

Optional English SDH subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing

Exploring Island of Death - film historian Stephen Thrower on the making of a cult classic

Return to Island of Death - Mastorakis returns to the original Mykonos locations

Archive interview with Mastorakis

Alternative opening titles

Island Sounds - five original tracks from the Island of Death soundtrack

Original Theatrical Trailer

The Films of Nico Mastorakis - four-part documentary charting the director's filmmaking career [Blu-ray only]

Nico Mastorakis Trailer Reel [Blu-ray only]

Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys

Fully-illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing by academic and film historian Johnny Walker