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Default SHAM037/38 - Official Announcement

Hi everyone,

After much anticipation, I can finally officially reveal the two upcoming titles from Shameless later this year. As many of you guessed in the thread, the titles are;

SHAM037 - Amsterdamned

SHEER SHOCK-HORROR BRILLIANCE! - Film Review

'Stylishly atmospheric Dutch thriller by Dick Maas, a fast, gory, immensely entertaining horror flick ... A mad serial killer in a diver's wetsuit emerges from the murky water of Amsterdam's canals to murder people in nasty ways.. Ingeniously staged killings, terrific chases... And a fascinating making-of documentary' - Philip French, The Guardian.

Rarely seen, heart-stopping, horror action-thriller finally gets the release it deserves: remastered and featuring an in-depth making-of by Director Dick Maas.

Amsterdamned will be released on DVD by Shameless Screen Entertainment on 22 October 2012.

SHAM038 - The House With Laughing Windows

One of the most revered, and rarely seen legendary Horror film - finally gets the release it deserves: remastered and featuring – for the 1st time – a new
in-depth interview which Director Pupi Avati has given exclusively to Shameless.

“A masterpiece of both the Horror genre and Italian cinema itself” Horrorexpress.com

“With pitch-perfect performances, masterful pacing and an inspired pay-off, this is Italian horror at its most refined and effective” Film 4

“One of the all time greats” Eat-my-brains

The House With Laughing Windows will be released on DVD by Shameless Screen Entertainment on 19 November 2012.

Great news indeed! No artwork has been confirmed yet - it's still very early days! But as soon as we know, we'll let you know! Anyone fancy putting their skills to the test and coming up with artwork? That would be very cool!

So what does everyone think of these two? A great Dutch killer thriller and a classic Italain giallo! Not bad eh?

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