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  • Deaf Crocodile Releasing Prague Nights

    Up for order here:

    In the vein of horror anthologies like Mario Bava’s BLACK SABBATH, the long-unseen PRAGUE NIGHTS is a gorgeous and supernatural vision of ancient and modern Prague, caught between Mod Sixties fashions and nightmarish Medieval catacombs, and filled with Qabbalistic magic, occult rituals, giant Golems, clockwork automatons and satanic visitors.

    directed by: Miloš Makovec, Jiří Brdečka, Evald Schorm
    starring: Miloš Kopecký, Milena Dvorská, Jan Klusák, Lucie Novotná, Teresa Tuszyńska, Josef Somr,
    1969 / 99 min / 1.37:1 / Czech DTS-HD MA 1.0

    Additional info:

    Region A Blu-ray
    New video interview with Czech film critic and screenwriter Tereza Brdečková on her father, Jiří Brdečka (co-director and co-writer of PRAGUE NIGHTS), covering his famed career as a filmmaker, animator & screenwriter (approx. 45 minutes, in English)
    New audio commentary by Tereza Brdečková and Czech film expert Irena Kovarova of Comeback Company
    Two superb and haunting Jiří Brdečka animated short films: “Pomsta” (Revenge) (1968, 14 min.), and “Jsouc na řece mlynář jeden” (There Was A Miller On A River) (1971, 11 min.) - Both in Czech with English subtitles
    New essay by Tereza Brdečková on the making of PRAGUE NIGHTS, translated by Jonathan Owen
    Blu-ray authoring by David Mackenzie of Fidelity In Motion.
    New art by Beth Morris
    English subtitles
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  • #2
    The partner labels for VS have been killing it lately. I like all these East European and Asian releases.


    • #3
      Has anyone seen Prague Nights? I'm wavering back and forth on it.