PSYCHOMANIA Finally Comes To Blu-ray In The UK

For a few years now, there has been a question as to why a Blu-ray of PSYCHOMANIA has not happened. The main problem it seemed, has been the lack of a good print of the film. Well that problem has been solved, at least in the UK. PSYCHOMANIA aka THE DEATH WHEELERS, are on their way…

From Blu-ray.com: “LOOK OUT! The Living Dead motorcycle gang is on the rampage, wreaking havoc in their small English town. For gang leader Tom (Nicky Henson), however, mere earthly violence is not enough: he’s obsessed with the occult and is convinced that he can kill himself and then return from the dead – with the help of a frog-worshipping cult and his seance-conducting mother (Beryl Reid). Remarkably, Tom succeeds and soon joins the ranks of the walking – and riding – dead! Now if he can only persuade his girlfriend and the rest of his gang to join him – but Mother and her diabolical butler Shadwell (George Sanders) may have other plans for the Living Dead, who are dangerously trespassing on uncharted spiritual grounds.

Psychomania is a pre-punk British horror cult classic featuring trashy violence, suburban witchcraft, and some amazing motorcycle stunt sequences. Come and ride with the Living Dead – if you dare! Starring Nicky Henson, Mary Larkin, Ann Michelle, Roy Holder, and Denis Gilmore.

Special Features:

  • Return of the Living Dead (2010, 25 mins): interviews with stars Nicky Henson, Mary Larkin, Denis Gilmore, and others
  • Sound of Psychomania (2010, 9 mins): interview with soundtrack composer John Cameron
  • Riding Free (2010, 6 mins): interview with Riding Free singer Harvey Andrews
  • An interview with Nicky Henson (2016): a new interview with actor Nicky Henson, star of Psychomania
  • Leather and Hell: Dressing the Living Dead (2016): new featurette on the company who supplied the film’s costumes
  • Discovering Britain with John Betjeman: Avebury, Wiltshire (1955, 4 mins): the famous British poet narrates this travelogue about the Avebury stone circle and nearby burial grounds
  • Roger Wonders Why (1965, 18 mins): a church-made amateur film which sees two Christian biker youths visit the legendary 59 club where they meet the founder, Rev. Bill Shergold
  • Remastering Psychomania (2016)
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Fully illustrated booklet with new writing by Andrew Roberts, Vic Pratt and Will Fowler

STREET DATE: SEPTEMBER 19th”

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