Horror-Arrow-Limited Ed Don’t Go in the House – Video Nasty Edition (Blu-ray Limited Edition) (Arrow Video) (Arrow Store Exclusive) [UK]

paulboland

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Release date: February 7, 2022
Purchase link: Arrow Films
Price: £18.00
Notes: 3 Discs - Slipcover Video Nasty Edition Arrow Store Exclusive and also includes a exclusive disc

Disc Three (Limited “Nasty” Edition Exclusive):

  • High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation of the Theatrical Version from a 2K scan of an uncut British internegative, in widescreen and ‘exposed open matte’ presentations with original lossless mono audio
  • Cinema Mode: Watch the film with a recreation of an opening cinema programme from the early-1980s
  • VHS Mode: Watch the film in a transfer of the original ‘video nasty’ VHS release, with uncut and censored options
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Tompa

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oh snap, but whats then so special on third disc?
Disc Three (Limited “Nasty” Edition Exclusive):

High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation of the Theatrical Version from a 2K scan of an uncut British internegative, in widescreen and ‘exposed open matte’ presentations with original lossless mono audio
Cinema Mode: Watch the film with a recreation of an opening cinema programme from the early-1980s
VHS Mode: Watch the film in a transfer of the original ‘video nasty’ VHS release, with uncut and censored options
 

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With all due respect I wonder why @paulboland isn't here telling us what's going on ? But I think the release you are pointing is older one. OOP/OOS.

But if you are really interested you can email Arrow, they'll reply. Been there, done that. :thumbs:
 

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The Arrow Store Exclusive Video Nasty Edition
A very small amount of leftover stock was made available on Wednesday April 13th for £12.00 as part of Arrow Easter Sale but that was the last of the stock and that remaining stock sold out very quickly.
It's now OOP

The theatrical cinema release in 1980 of Don't Go in the House was a cut version by 3 minutes

Arrow Video Video Nasty Edition is using artwork from the UK Arcade label banned VHS release from 1982
This release from Arrow Video the Arcade Video brand name on artwork replaced with Arrow Video

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Arcade VHS release in 1982 was advertised as a true nasty and that VHS release used the uncut version of the film of the film which was not allowed in 1982
When the VHS was released by arcade uncut in 1982 it quickly wound up on the DPP's list of banned titles, also known as video nasties in the 80's
This is why the arrow store exclusive edition is called Video Nasty Edition
It was not until 2011 the film was passed for a uncut release


Disc Three
(Video Nasty Edition Exclusive)

  • High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation of the Theatrical Version from a 2K scan of an uncut British internegative, in widescreen and ‘exposed open matte’ presentations with original lossless mono audio
  • Cinema Mode: Watch the film with a recreation of an opening cinema programme from the early-1980s
  • VHS Mode: Watch the film in a transfer of the original ‘video nasty’ VHS release, with uncut and censored options





As per the thread OP
Disc Three is exclusive to the Video Nasty Edition and is a Arrow Store Exclusive


Disc One:


  • Brand new 2K restoration from the original negative by Severin Films
  • High Definition (1080p) Bluray™ presentation of two different versions of the film: the 83minute uncut Theatrical Version, and the 89minute Television Version with additional scenes and alternate footage
  • Original lossless mono audio on both cuts
  • Optional English audio description for the blind on both cuts
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing on both cuts
  • Brand new commentary on the Theatrical Version by director Joseph Ellison and producer Ellen Hammill
  • Archive commentary on the Theatrical Version by star Dan Grimaldi
  • "House” Keeping, a brand new featurette by Severin Films interviewing associate producer Matthew Mallinson and cowriter/producer Joe Masefield
  • We Went in the House, a brand new featurette by Severin Films with Michael Gingold revisiting the locations from the film, including the iconic house
  • Playing with Fire, an archive interview with star Dan Grimaldi from 2005
  • Original theatrical trailers and TV spots
  • Image gallery
Disc Two:

  • High Definition (1080p) Bluray presentation of the Extended Version (92 mins) of the film, with the additional scenes from the Television Version reinserted into the uncensored Theatrical Version
  • Original lossless mono audio
  • Optional English audio description for the blind
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Brand new audio commentary on the Extended Version by Stephen Thrower, author of Nightmare USA
  • Minds on Fire, a brand new video essay by David Flint putting the film into context
  • Burn Baby Burn and The Burning Man, two archive interviews with director Joseph Ellison
  • Grindhouse AllStars: Notes From the Sleaze Cinema Underground, a documentary by High Rising Productions from 2017 interviewing exploitation filmmakers Matt Cimber, Joseph Ellison, Roy Frumkes and Jeff Lieberman
Disc Three (Limited “Nasty” Edition Exclusive):

  • High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation of the Theatrical Version from a 2K scan of an uncut British internegative, in widescreen and ‘exposed open matte’ presentations with original lossless mono audio
  • Cinema Mode: Watch the film with a recreation of an opening cinema programme from the early-1980s
  • VHS Mode: Watch the film in a transfer of the original ‘video nasty’ VHS release, with uncut and censored options

The trade wide release link below does not include the Disc 3 as that disc is exclusive to the Arrow Store Exclusive Video Nasty Edition
The other release of Don't Go in the House is a trade wide release and is a different release
That release is 2 discs only and has dfferent slipcover and is still available
 
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paulboland

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If you want another release with the Video Nasty artwork

Severin Films in USA also have a release of this film using same artwork of the Video Nasty Edition
Arcade Video name replaced with Severin Video

Note in regards to USA release from Severin Films
Severin Films release though does not include the exclusive Disc 3 you get with the UK Arrow Store Exclusive Video Nasty Edition



Amazon product
Blu-ray Discs Region A
Severin Films release
Disc 1 (Theatrical Cut)


  • THE BURNING: Alternate TV Cut
    Audio Commentary With Director Joe Ellison And Producer Ellen Hammill
  • Archival Commentary With Actor Dan Grimaldi
  • “House” Keeping: Interviews With Co-Producer Matthew Mallinson and Co-Writer Joseph R. Masefield
  • We Went In The House!: The Locations Of DON’T GO IN THE HOUSE
  • Playing With Fire: Archival Interview With Actor Dan Grimaldi
  • Trailer Gallery
  • Image Gallery
***Additional Special Feature: Reversible Artwork

Disc 2 (Integral Cut)


  • Audio Commentary With Stephen Thrower, Author Of Nightmare USA
  • Minds On Fire: Video Essay By The Reprobate David Flint
  • Burn Baby Burn: Interview With Director Joseph Ellison
  • Grindhouse All-Stars: Interviews With Filmmakers Matt Cimber, Joseph Ellison, Roy Frumkes and Jeff Lieberman
Disc Specs:

  • Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
  • Audio: English Mono/English Descriptive Audio
  • Closed Captions
  • Region A
  • Run time: Theatrical Cut: 83 mins / TV Cut: 90 mins / Integral Cut: 92 mins
 
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