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Representing something of an anomaly in the career of director Matt Cimber (whose other credits include such blaxploitation fare as The Candy Tangerine Man) The Witch Who Came from the Sea is an unnerving journey into madness and murder starring Millie Perkins (The Diary of Anne Frank). Molly (Perkins) experiences violent fantasies in which she ties muscular men up before bloodily dispatching them with a razor. But when a news report announces the shocking double-murder of two football players which strongly echoes one of Molly's most recent depraved flights of fancy, the fantasy starts to bleed into reality - literally. Written by Perkins' late husband Robert Thom (Death Race 2000), The Witch Who Came from the Sea features early cinematography from DOP Dean Cundey, who would go on to expand his genre credentials with his work on Escape from New York and The Thing.

Special Features

  • 2K restoration from original vault materials
  • High Definition Blu-ray presentation
  • Original Mono Audio
  • English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Introduction to the film by Nightmare USA author Stephen Thrower
  • Audio commentary with producer-director Matt Cimber, actress Millie Perkins and director of photography Dean Cundey
  • Tides and Nightmares – brand new making-of documentary featuring interviews with Cimber, Perkins, Cundey and actor John Goff
  • A Maiden’s Voyage – archive featurette comprising interviews with Cimber, Perkins and Cundey
  • Lost at Sea – director Cimber reflects on his notorious cult classic
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly-commissioned artwork by The Twins of Evil
studio:
Arrow Video
Run Time:
88mins approx
Number of Discs:
1
Director:
Matt Cimber
Actor:
Millie Perkins

Lonny Chapman

Vanessa Brown
Theatrical Release Year:
1976
Region:
A

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Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture

Representing something of an anomaly in the career of director Matt Cimber (whose other credits include such blaxploitation fare as The Candy Tangerine Man) The Witch Who Came from the Sea is an unnerving journey into madness and murder starring Millie Perkins (The Diary of Anne Frank). Molly (Perkins) experiences violent fantasies in which she ties muscular men up before bloodily dispatching them with a razor. But when a news report announces the shocking double-murder of two football players which strongly echoes one of Molly's most recent depraved flights of fancy, the fantasy starts to bleed into reality - literally. Written by Perkins' late husband Robert Thom (Death Race 2000), The Witch Who Came from the Sea features early cinematography from DOP Dean Cundey, who would go on to expand his genre credentials with his work on Escape from New York and The Thing.

Special Features

  • 2K restoration from original vault materials
  • High Definition Blu-ray presentation
  • Original Mono Audio
  • English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Introduction to the film by Nightmare USA author Stephen Thrower
  • Audio commentary with producer-director Matt Cimber, actress Millie Perkins and director of photography Dean Cundey
  • Tides and Nightmares – brand new making-of documentary featuring interviews with Cimber, Perkins, Cundey and actor John Goff
  • A Maiden’s Voyage – archive featurette comprising interviews with Cimber, Perkins and Cundey
  • Lost at Sea – director Cimber reflects on his notorious cult classic
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly-commissioned artwork by The Twins of Evil
studio:
Arrow Video
Run Time:
88mins approx
Number of Discs:
1
Director:
Matt Cimber
Actor:
Millie Perkins

Lonny Chapman

Vanessa Brown
Theatrical Release Year:
1976
Region:
A
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