Death Game (1977) Blu-ray


Grindhouse Releasing is proud to present the ultimate 1970s psychological thriller. John Cassavetes veteran Seymour Cassel stars as George Manning, a family man whose perfect life is turned into a nightmare of sex and torture when he allows himself to be seduced by two nubile young strangers (Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp) who show up at his door on a rainy night. Considered lost for many decades, DEATH GAME is being presented for for the first time on home video in its original 2.39:1 aspect ratio, meticulously restored in 4K from the original camera negative.


 Spectacular new 4K restoration created from the original camera negative

 Provocative, in-depth interviews with cult movie legend Colleen Camp (GAME OF DEATHAPOCALYPSE NOW) and director Peter Traynor, conducted by Eli Roth

 Additional interviews with co-star Sondra Locke,  producer Larry Spiegel, cinematographer/editor David Worth, and screenwriter Michael Ronald Ross

 Audio commentaries by Colleen Camp & Eli Roth, and Larry Spiegel & David Worth

• 24-page full-color booklet with rare photos and liner notes

• BONUS CD – original soundtrack album by Jimmie Haskell newly restored by Lucky Mastering from a newly-discovered tape

 Extensive still galleries

 Beautiful embossed slipcover with new art by esteemed painter Dave Lebow


FASCINATING…I couldn’t be more thrilled with the flawless restoration of DEATH GAME
– Donald Farmer, The Splatter Times

RELENTLESS…a grindhouse classic” 
– Glenn Kenny,

OUTRAGEOUS, thanks to the memorable, go-for-broke, performances by Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp who are sexy, bonkers and surprisingly scary. This 4K restoration, 2-disc Blu-ray special edition, is another exciting release from Grindhouse. And a labor of love- it took years to get here and is so worth it. You can finally appreciate the moody cinematography of David Worth and great production design by Jack Fisk. ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVORITES.”
– Dennis Dermody,

A grisly stab at horror exploitation.”
– Variety

An extremely well made, engrossing and often shocking film that bears watching if you have the stomach for it… a relentlessly painful and violent film. Traynor shows the gross sickness of a violent society.”
– Doug de Lisle, The Times Record

Fun, campy, and shocking” 
– Florida Today

If you have a friend who enjoys this movie, get a new friend.” 
– Cleveland Plain Dealer

An intense, uncomfortable film… an exercise in suspense, violence and degradation.”
– Roy Frumkes, Hollywood Reporter

Color – 2.39:1 – 1977 – 87 minutes – R RATED – Region 0  

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