More Naschy on Blu-ray and UHD!

I’ve been wanting to post something about this earlier but have been too busy or maybe just too giddy to type comprehensive sentences! But last weekend, Vinegar Syndrome announced that they would be releasing Paul Naschy’s 1971 film The Werewolf vs the Vampire Woman. Anchor Bay had originally released on DVD back in 2002 under the title Werewolf Shadow, followed by another release by BCI in 2008 under the same title. But it had never been released on Blu-ray here in the states, let alone in 4K UHD! This Vinegar Syndrome release will have 3 different cuts of the film: the international export version (which has the nudity) that runs 87 min, the Spanish clothed version, which runs 94 min, and an integral “nude” version. that runs 95″ min.

Originally titled La Noche de Walpurgis, this was yet another monster-rama Naschy co-wrote and was directed by León Klimovsky, that features our favorite werewolf Waldemar Daninsky doing battle with the Countess Wandesa Dárvula de Nadasdy, played by Patti Shepard.

As a bonus, it will also include the documentary The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry, which came out in 2010. Hosted by Mick Garris, we get to hear from the likes of John Landis, Joe Dante, Jorge Grau, Javier Botet, Nacho Ceda, Caroline Munro, and so many more. Worth the purchase for this alone.

The street date for this release is October 25th. Yes everyone, this is a MUST! Head over to Vinegar Syndrome’s website by clicking HERE.

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