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Coming Soon to Blu-ray and DVD: What the Waters Left Behind
Posted on Monday January 27, 2020

Coming Soon to Blu-ray and DVD: What the Waters Left Behind

Coming to Blu-ray and DVD on MAY 12, 2020 from Unearthed Films...
WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND

They Come for YOU! The town of Epecuén was flooded on November 10th, 1985 and was deep underwater for over 30 years. When the waters receded, the town was still intact and stayed deserted, at least so they thought. A group of young filmmakers takes a trip to the ruins to film a documentary. Ignoring the warnings, they get stranded. One by one they soon find that you don't have to go to Texas for a massacre.

BONUS FEATURES:
  • Making of
  • Unearthed Trailers
CAST AND CREW:

Who loves series like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre , Wrong Turn or The Hills Have Eyes will surely be well served with What the Waters Left Behind . The film is bloody, cruel, brutal, pays homage to its American role models and makes it clear from the star

     —Stephan Lydike, yearsofterror.eu

It is a mixture of 'Wrong Turn', 'The Hills have Eyes' and 'Mad Max'

     —Ash Williams, Horrormagazine.de

Not easily forgotten, What the Waters Left Behind brings an Argentinian flavour to the slasher genre, which will satisfy many horror fans' bloodlust.

     —Michael Allen, 28 Days Analysis

There are a lot of very long-lingering super-creepy shots that are very effective. As long as you go into this realizing it's a 'killer cannibal Argentinian rednecks in the wild' kind of story, and not something supernatural, you'll enjoy it.

     —Brian Schell, Horrorguys.com

What the Waters Left Behind trailer on Vimeo
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CAT III brutality! The Untold Story announced from Unearthed Films!
Posted on Wednesday December 25, 2019

CAT III brutality! The Untold Story announced from Unearthed Films!

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THE UNTOLD STORY
Released on beautiful Blu-ray and DVD with English Subtitles!

Allegedly based on a true crime, ‘The Untold Story’ is often cited as a classic within the Hong Kong category III horror genre.
-Phil Mills, Far East Films


One of the most notorious Category 3 Hong Kong films ever made, Bunman (what a title!) features everything that makes extreme HK cinema so unique: brutality, seriously dark comedy and insane energy that spills off the screen.
-Martin Sandison, City on Fire 

 

In 1978 in Hong Kong, a grisly murder takes place. Eight years later, on a Macao beach, kids discover the severed hands of a fresh victim. A squadron of coarse, happy-go-lucky cops investigate, and suspicion falls on Wong Chi Hang, the new owner of Eight Immortals Restaurant, which serves delicious pork buns. The hands belong to the missing mother of the restaurant's former owner; he and his family have disappeared; staff at the restaurant continue to go missing; and, Wong can't produce a signed bill of sale: but there's no evidence. The police arrest Wong and try to torture him into a confession. Can they make him talk? And what was in those pork buns? 
-Written by jhailey@hotmail.com for IMDb

 

DETAILS:
Director:      Herman Yau
Producer:        Danny Lee
Writer:      Law Kam-fai
     Sammy Lau
Starring:      Danny Lee
     Anthony Wong
Music by:      Jonathan Wong
Cinematography:        Cho Wai-kee
Edited by:      Choi Hung
Country:      Hong Kong
HIGHLIGHTS:
Stephen Biro and Unearthed Films are proud to present The Untold Story, the most notorious cat III film ever made. Stay tuned for more details on special features, artwork, interviews and more! 

Due to its explicit and disturbing depictions of sex and violence involving the Wong Chi-hang character, The Untold Story was awarded a Category III rating in Hong Kong.

The Untold Story won its only nomination, with Anthony Wong winning his first award for Best Actor at the 13th Hong Kong Film Awards.

One of the most talked about films in Hong Kong cinematic history, this very disturbing film would become the breakthrough film for veteran actor Anthony Wong. Wong’s performance drives this very sick film and it would earn him (rightfully) the Best Actor Award at the 1993 Hong Kong Film Awards.
-World Film Geek

 
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