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PRE-ORDER Door To Door Maniac / Right Hand Of The Devil - Blu-ray Region A

PRE-ORDER Door To Door Maniac / Right Hand Of The Devil - Blu-ray Region A

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STREET DATE: 8/27/24

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Two independent neo-noir crime films from the early 60s, starring Johnny Cash (Door-to-Door Maniac) and Aram Katcher (Right Hand of the Devil).

 

From the early 60s, Film Masters brings you two independently produced films, both with their own cult following. Representative of the neo-noir crime films of that era, these regional films make for a perfect back-to-back viewing late at night! The more famous of the two, "Door-to-Door Maniac," originally released in 1961 as "Five Minutes to Live." Starring Johnny Cash as a hardened criminal (Johnny Cabot); the wife (Cay Forester) of the bank vice president is taken hostage in her own home. What follows is a robbery gone awry in every way! Directed by Bill Karn, this thrilling crime-drama also stars Donald Woods. Also look for a very young Ronnie Howard in a small role, and Vic Tayback (best known as Mel from the TV show, "Alice.") In the little-known film, "Right Hand of the Devil," Aram Katcher makes his bid to become the next Hitchcock. While prominent movie director he is not, Turkish-born Katcher does star in the film... and not just on-screen. Producer, story creator, editor, title designer, and costume designer are just some of the other roles he took with his magnum opus. Katcher leads the cast as an ingenious criminal mastermind who hires a motley crew of questionable henchmen who are intent on robbing a sports arena. Along the way, and critical to their plans, he seduces a middle-aged cashier, but she is not so easily convinced as she may appear. Will Katcher triumph in his hard won leading role?

Bonus Materials

  • Feature length commentary for 'Door-to-Door Maniac' by Author/Podcaster Daniel Budnik and Film Historian Rob Kelly
  • Feature length commentary for 'Right Hand of the Devil' by the Monstery Party Podcast
  • Visual essay, by Someone's Favorite Productions
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