Since their founding in 2006, Severin Films has become the foremost studio dedicated to rescuing, restoring and releasing the most controversial and provocative features from around the world. With offices in Los Angeles and London, the company’s international successes in DVD, Blu-Ray and niche theatrical of films from Oscar nominees and cult icons alike has garnered applause in The Hollywood Reporter, The New York Times and The Onion AV Club, and led BlogCritics.org to proclaim, “Severin Films are well on their way to becoming the greatest indie label of all time.”
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 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.