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Coming in July... THE OLD MAN: THE MOVIE
Posted on Thursday April 21, 2022

Coming in July... THE OLD MAN: THE MOVIE

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THE MILK-POCALYPSE IS UPON US!
THE OLD MAN: THE MOVIE

COMING JULY 5 FROM UNEARTHED ANIMATION
(Includes a brand new English dub for those with Subtitlephobia!)

PLOT:

Pandemonium ensues when the old man and his grandchildren have 24 hours to find his cow before the un-milked udder explodes and causes a milk-core disaster for the town. The group encounters "despicable hipsters", wild boars, desperate lumberjacks and a stubborn bear suffering from constipation on their adventure in the countryside.

FEATURES:
  • Original language in Estonian with English subtitles
  • New English dub from Jimmy ScreamerClauz and pals
  • The Old Man Shorts:
    • Taste of Cow 
    • I Went to Sauna with Grandchildren
    • My Cow Gave Birth
    • The Old Man is Tired
    • The Old Hag had me Put an Implant
  • Trailer
SHORT SYNOPSIS:

An outrageous road movie about The Old Man and his grandkids in a 24 hour race against time to stop a milky madman hell bent on killing his prized cow to save the world. Filled to the gills with hilarious hijinks, insane roosters, man-eating bears, stoned hippies, chainsaw wielding lumberjacks and a town addicted to milk. 


LONG SYNOPSIS:

In a remote Estonian village, three children from the city are forced to spend the summer on their grandfather's farm. When the trio accidentally set loose the old man's prized but thoroughly abused cow, they learn that they have only 24 hours to milk the rogue bovine before it's exponentially expanding udders explode and unleash a milk-pocalypse. To complicate this crisis, a decrepit and disgraced farmer with a body literally infused with milk and a prejudice for cattle is also determined to catch the animal, but with murderous intent. Based on a popular Estonian web series created by Peeter Ritso and Mikk Mägi, so proceeds the most outrageous stop-motion comedy since A Town Called Panic.
The Old Man: The Movie Trailer

FROM THE CRITICS:


"Truly, nothing could prepare most viewers for this movie, as each turn is more bizarre and completely out of left field."
"The Old Man Movie is the perfect combination of the fast-paced, hyper-frantic, slapstick energy of the Belgian stop-motion series and film, A Town Called Panic and the sheer crass, crude and downright silly sense of humor and cartoonishly over-the-top violence of Adult Swim shows like Robot Chicken and Rick and Morty."
"What really makes the film is that it isn't just mad for the madness's sake but creates a coherent world in which all the insanity makes some sense - and within that context, the film is also dead funny, and if your mind is just a little warped, you're almost sure to be entertained."

Directors:


Producers: 
Animation: 

Anima Brussel

  • Audience Award 


Estonian Film and TV Awards (EFTA) 

 
 
 

Fantasia Film Festival 

 
 

Shanghai International Film Festival

 
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World premiere of the never before seen trailer for Dr. Lamb!
Posted on Friday April 08, 2022

World premiere of the never before seen trailer for Dr. Lamb!

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The World Premiere is here! For the first time ever, feast your eyes on the never-before-seen trailer for the infamous and legendary CAT III atrocity, DR. LAMB (1992)!


Stephen Biro and Unearthed Films are serving up the CAT III classic, DR. LAMB, just in time to celebrate the films' 30th anniversary! The film will be fully uncut with uncensored audio for the first time ever from the 2K master. Look for DR. LAMB on Blu-ray and DVD 8/9/22. Pre-orders will be up soon!
 
World premiere of the never-before-seen trailer for Dr. Lamb! (NSFW)
Special thanks to King-Wei Chu for allowing us to scan the 35MM trailer.
PLOT: 

A mentally disturbed taxi driver lusts for blood every rainy night, and several young women are brutally murdered. He likes to take photos of the victims' dismembered bodies as his special mementos after sex with their corpses and stores their severed breasts in pickle jars. Inspector Lee and his team are called onto the case in this bizarre, nasty, and notorious CAT III film.

EXTRAS: 
  • "Lamb to the Slaughter": An Interview with filmmaker Gilbert Po, who initiated the DR. LAMB film project
  • "Three Times the Fear": Film critic, James Mudge on the golden era of Category III
  • "Cut and Run": Film academic, Sean Tierney, AKA The Silver Spleen Remembers DR. LAMB
  • Commentary with Art Ettinger and Bruce Holecheck
  • Atomic TV Interview With Simon Yam
  • Unearthed Classics Blu-ray only: Collectors Booklet and Limited Edition Slip Case
FROM THE CRITICS:
 
"Be warned: this trashy shocker's Category III rating is very well deserved." 
  
"Dr. Lamb is a classic of the Category III genre, and one of its most influential and trailblazing films, helping to establish the template that so many of its subsequent rip-offs would slavishly adhere to." 
  
"The personification of a Hong Kong demented cinematic killer, Simon Yam presents Lam Gor-Yu as a chilling, damaged shithead with a taste for necrophilia."
DIRECTORS: 
WRITER:  STARS: 
  • Danny Lee (Untold Story, City of Fire, The Killer)
  • Simon Yam (Ip Man, 1,2 &3, Naked Killer, Full Contact, Hitman)
  • Kent Cheng (Untold Story, Once upon a Time in China, Sex & Zen)
  • Emily Kwan (Untold Story, Full Alert, Human Pork Chop) 
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Available on Blu-ray and DVD Now: 2LDK
Posted on Tuesday April 05, 2022

Available on Blu-ray and DVD Now: 2LDK

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2LDK (2003) is an award-winning Japanese film, directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi as part of the Duel Project, starring Maho Nonami and Eiko Koike. 2LDK is available from Unearthed Films on Blu-ray (for the 1st time anywhere!) and also on DVD right now!



PLOT:

Two ambitious actresses, who share an apartment, learn they have been short-listed for the same part and that they have to wait for one more night to see who wins the part. As they bicker throughout the night, their competitiveness and hidden grudges turn their apartment into a battlefield.

Anyone who's ever had a difficult roommate will relate to this outrageous and violent Japanese comedy. Small town girl Kimi and her glamorous, big city roommate, Lana, share a Tokyo apartment (2 bedroom, living room, dining room, and kitchen, hence the titular abbreviation). They already have their little disagreements, but when it comes to light that they are competing for the same movie role AND the same man, their fights escalate from arguments to all-out power tool battles! Taking place entirely within the confines of the apartment, 2LDK is a thrilling ride for fans of offbeat cinema.

FROM THE CRITICS:

"'2LDK' is a true testament to the fact that great movies can be produced despite any circumstances." —asianmoviepulse.com


"2LDK delivers the goods." —Shuqi.org

"It's a pretty wild ride and will gain an audience and a cult status." —Jackass Critics

"It is dripping with insight into just how warped the human soul can become." —Movie Feast

BONUS MATERIALS
  • Making Of 2LDK
  • Promotional Videos and Interviews
  • Photo Gallery
  • Trailers
DIRECTOR  WRITERS:  STARS: 
Yukihiko Tsutsumi and Ryûhei Kitamura each finished their contributions to the short film anthology Jam Films (2002) in record time. As a result producer Shin'ya Kawai gave the two directors a proposal to each create a feature length movie with only two actors, battling in one setting and filmed entirely in one week. The undertaking was called the Duel Project. This movie was Yukihiko Tsutsumi's result and Ryuhei Kitamura's was Aragami (2003).
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