Seven Blood-Stained Orchids Blu-ray

From Code Red & Kino Lorber on January 2nd

Greetings, giallo junkies,

Put on your black gloves, and pour yourself a glass of J&B.  Code Red has dated and detailed their previously announced Blu-ray release of Umberto Lenzi’s Seven Blood-Stained Orchids (1972).

I haven’t seen this one, but I hear it’s one of Lenzi’s best films, and I’m overjoyed to see that Code Red will include the subtitled Italian audio track, along with the English dub.  As a giallo fan, I plan to pick this up day one!

Here are the details, as posted to the Kino Lorber Studio Classics Facebook Page:


Coming January 2nd on Blu-ray From Code Red DVD!
Brand New 2017 HD Master!
Distributed by Kino Lorber!

Seven Blood Stained Orchids (1972) with optional English subtitles

Special Features:

  • Includes both English and Italian Audio Tracks
  • Brand New Interview With Director Umberto Lenzi
  • Brand New Audio Commentary By Film Historian Troy Howarth
  • Vintage Interview With Umberto Lenzi And Gabriella Giorgelli
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
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