Kidnapped 2007 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Contains Two Versions Of Bava’s Restored Crime Classic Plus An All-New Featurette
For Master Of The Macabre Mario Bava (BLACK SUNDAY), it was to be the most startling film of his entire career: After a botched payroll heist, a trio of vicious criminals take hostages in a desperate getaway that explodes with cruelty, degradation and shocking violence. But when the film’s financier was killed during the last stages of production, his entire estate – including the sole unfinished work print of RABID DOGS – was seized and impounded by an Italian court. Mario Bava’s final masterpiece – and one of the most intense EuroCrime thrillers of all time – would remain locked away for nearly 23 years.
Anchor Bay’s presentation of RABID DOGS includes both Bava’s original film – now with newly created opening and end credit sequences – as well the version known as KIDNAPPED featuring footage shot by producer Alfredo Leone and Mario’s son and longtime assistant Lamberto Bava. Features:Widescreen Presentation enhanced for 16x9 TVs Audio Commentary with Author Tim Lucas End Of The Road: Making RABID DOGS and KIDNAPPED Italian with optional English subtitles Mario Bava Bio