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Island Of Death Blu-ray+DVD

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'While 'Island of Death' is good for a little scum in the sun, I most certainly wouldn't want to liv

 This legendary Mykonos-set serial killer Sickie proved controversial enough to put future Greek Grindhouse impresario Nico Mastorakis firmly on the exploitation cinema murder map, as in his unrepentantly bestial B-Movie 'Island of Death, only the vilest aspects of human depravity are luridly expressed on the terminally twisted, thrill-seeking lovers horrific holiday island murder spree; as handsome, vastly immoral, curly haired Adonis Christopher (Robert Behling), and his deliciously nubile, innocent-looking partner Celia (Jane Lyle) waste very little time after arriving at picture perfect island Mykonos to gruesomely purge this seaside idyll of what this exceedingly murderous pair perceive to be its more grossly sinful incumbents. Unlike many films of its illicit ilk, Island of Death's disreputable reputation is thoroughly deserved, since many of the film's more explicit interludes are no less deliciously despicable when seen today than upon its initial release. Unlike the equally divisive 'I Spit on your Grave', filth-master Nico Mastorakis has somehow strongly imbued his sun-hazed exploitation classic with a weirdly demented charm that never fails to maintain one's interest, and the vastly undocumented score by Nick Lavranos is, perhaps, one of the more benign aspects to this fascinatingly abrasive, unrepentantly sordid horror film. 'While 'Island of Death' is good for a little scum in the sun, I most certainly wouldn't want to live there!'

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