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Redeemer: Son of Satan [Import]

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Product Details

  • Actors: Damien Knight, Jeannetta Arnette, Nick Carter, Nikki Barthen, Michael Hollingsworth
  • Directors: Constantine S. Gochis
  • Writers: William Vernick
  • Producers: Sheldon Tromberg, Stephen M. Trattner
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Code Red
  • Release Date: Oct. 19 2010
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
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  • ASIN: B003WQ3RW2
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 3.4 out of 5 stars 14 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant trash July 5 2016
By Lanny Newell - Published on
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A hidden gem, a crap encrusted gem that surprisingly innovates what would become the slasher genre. Some genuine creepy moments as well as many odd and bizzare scenes. If you love horror, you owe it to yourself to see this classic.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Weird film Aug. 2 2002
By B. J. Colson - Published on
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I saw this in a movie theatre in 1978 and it was hauntingly memorable. When I found the VHS for sale, I couldn't wait to see it again. It's well-done for what I'd call a B-movie and the cast is unknown but effective. I've never seen another film like it, and it's worth a view if you enjoy the genre.
5 of 12 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Like the movie, hate the DVD release (Code Red should be ashamed!) Jan. 3 2012
By Flowtac - Published on
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As my review heading says, I am a fan of this obscure pre-Halloween 70's slasher horror film with a supernatural twist. However, what Code Red has given us as a product is simply unacceptable. I honestly have to say after having bought the DVD version of The Redeemer, I feel that Code Red should be utterly ashamed of themselves.

First off, the print of the film they used is AWFUL! It is filled with visual blemishes that eat a LOT of the screen (not in the good Grindhouse-style either), the audio is in horrible condition and certain scenes are clipped short due to the print skipping seemingly. I understand they could not find the master print or an original negative of the film. However, there is something else they could have done. They could have gotten the rights to use the print from the Continental VHS release. For one, The Redeemer was shot in full screen and matted into widescreen (like many low budget horror films back in the day were), and not to mention that the Continental VHS print is actually gorgeous and in a very crisp, colorful condition with little to no blemishes. Sure it carries the Class Reunion Massacre moniker but if that was a big deal, they could have done what I do and just have grabbed a freeze frame (the opening shot over the credits is freeze-framed anyway) and used a program like Vegas Pro to recreate the original title, and also matted the film into widescreen as it was originally intended to be.

But here's where the biggest offense comes from. Not only is the print on the DVD in terrible quality, but there is also no chapter selection at all for it, no special features (not even an interview with TG Finkbinder who seems to enjoy talking about the film? Come on!), the fact that aspects of the menu seem to condescend to Code Red's target audience (i.e. the "Pointless Code Red Trailers" bit on the main menu) and the DVD slip cover features nothing but negative review quotes and a plot synopsis that only acts as a means to poke fun at the film on its expense.

Knowing how the owner of the company has behaved in the past, and is also prone to making hasty decisions before reviewing all the options first (the Madman DVD fiasco anyone?), it seems that due to all the trouble he had securing a decent print of the film, he got all huffy and decided to take out his dissastisfaction upon the movie and fans of it. Maybe I am speculating too much but given the history of the company & having seen some of the tantrums the owner of Code Red has thrown on horror movie forums over upcoming/current releases, it wouldn't surprise me one bit. Due to this, I have to call them out on their childishness and their poor treatment of the film & its' fans.

No extra features, no chapter selections, condescending packaging and not even using a decent Continental VHS print (which we would have been happy with since the print they used is so horrible!)... It's abysmal and I say Code Red should be ashamed. They have painted themselves as nothing but poor sports in the world of DVD distribution.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good film, not for everyone Oct. 27 2010
By D. Steigman - Published on
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This movie is basically about a psycho killer priest who wears disguises & kills sinners who he recruited to a class reunion. He gets the ability to kill from an evil child. A lot of people compared this to the Omen because of the child that is involved in the film, but to me it reminded me more of the movie Frailty in terms of its religious message. Its not about a boy taking over ala Damien but of a person who wears some really creepy disguises to kill people who are sinners in (well in some cases) hideous ways all in the name of God.
There are some pretty intense murder scenes in particular one in the ladies room. There is one terrific gore scene & some other cool things to recommend. The acting is ok, as is the story ..pretty simple - nothing that can easily be confusing if you follow it from start to finish. Some would say it isn't clear why these murders are happening to this group of people but if you read the text at the beginning & the end it is clear to a certain extent. There is a meaning to the killings. And he is killing those who have sinned.
It is not a classic by any stretch of the imagination but it was a credible sincere effort. If you are a fan of films Crucible of Terror, Horror High , Horror Hospital and other low budget independent titles that companies like Code Red, Scorpion Releasing or Synapse Films would release , then Id recommend it easily.
Dont expect too much and you'll be rewarded.
Code Red released this with the disclaimer about not being the best transfer 'we did the best with the elements we found & released it due to popular demand" type of thing
I found the transfer to be pretty viewable & despite the reel changes where it gets really grainy like something from Alpha Video, you can tell Code Red tried to make this as good as they could get. Id get this version over some of the other versions out there..
So while this film isn't recommended for the general public who focus on mainstream titles like Avatar, Iron Man etc..this is for those who do have a passion for the independent low budget horror film fan. I was curious enough to buy it and was pleased with it..
2.0 out of 5 stars Stay Away! Oct. 10 2016
By T. Hunter - Published on
Format: DVD
Blu-ray review... Stay away. Really poor acting (though with this plot and director, I can't fault them too much), not a good print (though, even if the print was perfect, wouldn't change much). One decent scene in the entire movie... (When they first enter the auditorium...). No menu, no subtitles, no special features, not even the trailer from the original DVD. Wish I had spent the $30 and 84 minutes of my life on something else. Hopefully I can save at least one person from this. Amen.

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