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Nights of Terror With New UK Blu-ray

Remastered 88 Films Release Comes in March 2016

Nights of Terror aka Burial Ground (OT: Le Notti del terrore) from 1980 was heavily censored on UK VHS with more than 14 minutes being cut out (see comparison). Apart from that, the uncut version has also been released.

Some time ago, 88 Films announced that they wanted to produce a new master from the original 16mm negative and now it seems they're ready to unleash what they were working on. A new Blu-ray edition is scheduled for release on March 28th, 2016 and it has the following specs:

  • Audio commentary by John Martin
  • Interview with Mikel Coven
  • Unrestored Grindhouse Version
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Trailer

You can order it at Amazon.co.uk.

Release: Feb 19, 2016 - Author: The Undertaker - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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