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The Bronx Warriors Trilogy in December

On 7th December 2009, Italian director Enzo G.Castellari (director of the original "The Inglorious Bastards") and Shameless Screen Entertainment present, together for the first time ever, Castellari's complete post-apocalyptic vision on DVD in The Bronx Warriors Trilogy (£29.99 RRP), an exclusive three-disc collection featuring the cult classics The Bronx Warriors, its sequel Escape from the Bronx and The New Barbarians.

The three-disc set comes packaged in a limited edition special collector's tin and includes reversible sleeves for each individual title. Additional special features include an introduction to the films by Castellari, plus an all-new 20-minute interview with the director. As an extra bonus for fans, the version of Escape from the Bronx included in the set is a newly restored anamorphic widescreen presentation complete with a Shameless rebuild edit that represents what is believed to be the most complete version of the film available anywhere.

Features are outlined below…

The Bronx Warriors

  • Remastered anamorphic widescreen presentation
  • "Warriors, Barbarians and Basterds" – all-new 20-minute interview with Enzo G. Castellari and editor Gianfranco Amicucci
  • Enzo G. Castellari's introduction of his films
  • Shameless Fact Track by Paul Alaoui; original film trailers and alternate credits
  • Collector's Gallery from archive materials

Escape from the Bronx
  • New, restored, anamorphic widescreen version
  • Shameless rebuild edit
  • Shameless Fact Track by Paul Alaoui
  • Alternative film trailers and credits
  • 20 Shameless trailers

The New Barbarians
  • Anamorphic widescreen presentation
  • Director Enzo G. Castellari's introduction of his films
  • Shameless Fact Track by Paul Alaoui
  • International trailer
  • The Argent Trailer Park – Nuns, Cowboys and Heroes




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