Circus of Fear With Blu-ray Premiere in the US
Circus of Fear was shot in 1966 and stars Christopher Lee and Klaus Kinski, among others. It exists as a black/white and a shorter colored version. In the US, the film was cut by more than 20 minutes back in the day but later released as a longer Director's Cut on DVD.
On June 28th, 2016, Blue Underground will release the film within a Double Feature edition where it is accompanied by Five Golden Dragons (1967) on Blu-ray for the first time ever. For that, Circus of Fear got a new 2K master from the color negative and offers an audio commentary with the director, still galeries and trailers as bonus specs. Judging from the distributor's website data, the runtime matches that of the Director's Cut.
You can order the Blu-ray at Amazon.com.
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