Directed by Italian legend Umberto Lenzi, (So Sweet, So Perverse, The Cynic, the Rat and the Fist, Cannibal Ferox) Knife of Ice (1972) is a quintessential piece of early 70s Gialli creepiness. Dreamlike, brutal and beautifully presented Lenzi’s movie delivers a wonderfully creative mystery replete with a typically European twist in the tail.
Limited edition - 2000 Units Only
Includes Rigid Slipcase with New Artwork From Rich Davies
40-page perfect-bound book featuring new writing on the film by Francesco Massaccesi & Barry Forshaw
Double-sided fold-out Poster
Remastered 2K Transfer in 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio from the Original Negative
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
2.0 English LPCM Mono
2.0 Italian LPCM Mono with newly-translated English Subtitles
Audio Commentary by Giallo Expert Troy Howarth and Critic Nathaniel Thompson from Mondo-Digital.com
‘Yellow is the Colour of Fear’ - An Interview with Critic Marcus Stiglegger
‘Dressing to Kill’ - An Interview with Costume Designer Silvio Laurenzi
Il Cinema Kriminal Di Umberto Lenzi - Part 1
Italian Credits Sequence
English Theatrical Trailer
Reversible sleeve featuring original poster
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