An unfiltered product of everything which makes Italian sexploitation cinema legendary, this in-name-only “sequel” to Walerian Borowczyk’s notorious “erotic” fantasy, Alfonso Brescia’s (Naked Girl Killed in the Park) THE BEAST IN SPACE is a wild take on late 70s sci-fi, enhanced with bizarre peplum-esque plot twists and shocking hardcore sex, and starring Sirpa Lane (The Beast, Nazi Love Camp 27), Lucio Rosato (The Barbarians), and the future queen of 80s Italian smut, Marina Hedman (Satan’s Baby Doll)! Long overdue for Blu-ray, Peekarama has painstakingly restored the film from its never before scanned 16mm original negative and invites you to buckle up and blast off to the stars.
Region Free Blu-ray
Newly scanned & restored in 2K from its 16mm original camera negative
“Space Amnesia” - an interview with actor Vassili Karis
“Space Lover” - an interview with actor Lucio Rosato
“Space Oddity” - an interview with actor Venantino Venantini
Reversible sleeve artwork
Newly translated English subtitles
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