Al Adamson: The Masterpiece Collection USED

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AL ADAMSON: THE MASTERPIECE COLLECTION - The most comprehensive Blu-ray box set ever dedicated to the works of a single genre filmmaker!


For the first time ever, experience the complete legacy of writer/producer/director Al Adamson, with 31 remastered films on 14 Blu-ray discs, plus the award-winning documentary BLOOD & FLESH: THE REEL LIFE & GHASTLY DEATH OF AL ADAMSON. This set is also filled with a huge collection of special features, including trailers, featurettes, commentaries, outtakes, and 126-page book!


Exhaustively compiled for the first time ever, Adamson's oeuvre spans a wild beyond-belief world of bloody brains, vicious cowboys, naughty nurses, decrepit actors, sexy stewardesses, mad scientists, brutal bikers, Blaxploitation mayhem, kung fu killers and "scenes so SICK the Movies could never show them before!" The life and career of B-movie maverick Adamson - known for such low budget classics as SATAN'S SADISTS, DRACULA VS. FRANKENSTEIN and THE NAUGHTY STEWARDESSES (as well as his own grisly 1995 murder) - reveals perhaps the most bizarre career in Hollywood history.


AL ADAMSON: THE MASTERPIECE COLLECTION is a limited edition release of only 2000 units.


Films Included:


Angels' Wild Women, Black Heat, Black Samurai, Blazing Stewardesses, Blood & Flesh: The Reel Life & Ghastly Death Of Al Adamson, Blood Of Dracula's Castle, Blood Of Ghastly Horror, Brain Of Blood, Carnival Magic, Cinderella 2000, Death Dimension, Dracula Vs. Frankenstein, Dracula's Castle, Five Bloody Graves, Girls For Rent, Half Way To Hell, Hell's Bloody Devils, Horror Of The Blood Monsters, Jessi's Girls, Lost, Mean Mother, Nurse Sherri, Nurses For Sale, Psycho A-Go-Go, Satan's Sadists, Sunset Cove, The Dynamite Brothers, The Fakers, The Female Bunch, The Fiend With The Electric Brain, The Naughty Stewardesses, Uncle Tom's Cabin


Special Features:


Dozens of trailers, featurettes, commentaries, outtakes and more.

126 page booklet containing an in-depth analysis of all the films of Al Adamson, illustrated throughout with rare stills.



Maverick filmmaker Al Adamson s real life was even crazier than one of the 30+ movies he made during a weird, wild, never-to-be-duplicated era. --American Cinematheque


A fascinating study of reel horror & real murder... A highly entertaining and sobering documentary, gripping in the manner of the best true-crime docs. --Rue Morgue


If the ultimate goal of filmmaking is to entertain, Al Adamson was more successful than 9/10ths of major Hollywood studio releases. --Film Threat