From the press release:
Since the middle of February is upon us, you’re no doubt curious what March has in store. And we’re happy to finally answer that question:
As promised, Nico Mastorakis’ 1990 proto-skinemax erotic thriller, IN THE COLD OF THE NIGHT, will be making its Blu-ray debut in a brand new 4k restoration sourced from its NC-17 original camera negative, and also making it one of the first Shannon Tweed vehicles to make it to Blu-ray. Show us enough love (in the form of orders) for this one, and more like it could follow!
Next up, Michael Anderson’s luxurious and star studded horror favorite, DOMINIQUE (aka Dominique…Is Dead), makes its official disc debut with a fresh 2k restoration, finally allowing Oscar winner Ted Moore’s colorful and atmospheric cinematography to shine.
Then, Francis Teri’s gore filled mutant fetus jaw dropper, THE SUCKLING, comes to Blu in the US, featuring a never before seen 2k restoration of its original camera negative. Enjoy all of the gratuitous bloodshed (and nudity) with clarity never before seen…probably ever. Plus plenty of new (and exclusive) extra features!
Lastly, and perhaps most exciting, a project that’s literally been years in the making: Andy Milligan’s masterpiece of hate and misfortune, FLESHPOT ON 42ND STREET comes to Blu in its never before seen and totally uncensored director’s cut, featuring every scrap of debauchery you’ve heard about, newly restored in 4k!