Welcome to Blue Underground…
The entertainment company dedicated to guilty pleasures for adventurous movie lovers.
It’s any time between the late ’60s and mid ’80s, and you’re standing in front of a decrepit movie theater in an unsavory part of town. The titles on the marquee called you like a beacon. You were lured by the reputation of an obscure director, the talents of a notorious star or even the promises made by an amazing poster. You honestly don’t know what you may be getting yourself into, or even if you’ll get out of the theater alive. For some strange and wonderful reason, you are compelled to see movies about psychopaths, cops, robbers, zombies, cannibals, madmen, strange women and more, with an audience often comprised of the same.
Today those theaters are gone, but that excitement – and these films – remain. These will be definitive discs of some remarkable films, all fully restored, remastered and packed with the most mind-blowing extras in the business.
We encourage your feedback, look forward to your support and appreciate your enthusiasm. We’re committed to bringing these movies out of the dark and back into your life where they belong!
Michael takes a deadly elevator ride with the fun The Lift and the terrible Down.
Michael wanted to like Deathdream, hence why he opened it up and watched it.
It’s saxy time with Ryne’s review of the Severin Films Blu-Ray The Devil’s Honey.
Michael suffers through Suffer, little Children on DVD from Intervision Picture Corp.
Michael slides on his flowered panties and cranks up the TV to check out Jess Franco’s attempt at making movies with Two Female Spies with Flowered Panties.
Ryne heads into the canals of Amsterdamned with a review of Blue Underground’s Blu-Ray.
Ryne reviews the “vile” Beyond the Darkness (AKA Buio Omega or Blue Holocaust) from Severin Films.
Severin Films releases an interesting film with their Blu-Ray of BAG BOY LOVER BOY.