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Written by Jay Creepy   
Sunday, 10 September 2017
Severed Cinema News: Who Are Powerhouse Films?


Powerhouse Films are a cult label based in the UK which has sort of crept through the back-door and slapped their catalogue in my face saying: “Didn't see this coming did you, bearded fool!!” Fair enough. I slept on them until I read a brief article in The Darkside Magazine, thus I explored.

Cult and classy, Jello Biafra, once of The Dead Kennedys, named The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T as one of his fave movies. Powerhouse Films have given it a nice release and have included a 40 page booklet, plus absolutely loads of interviews, commentaries, etcetera.

The 1979 seedy classic with George C. Scott, Hardcore, is under their wings. Standard booklet, interviews and much more are added on. Wonderful stuff!

Other movies include, The New Centurions (with Mr. Scott again), See No Evil, 10 Rillington Place, Jack Nicholson's The Last Detail, and The Wild One.

However a special mention has to go to the Michael Winner & Charles Bronson team up, The Stone Killer. Two long interviews, a 40 page booklet and the isolated score.

Powerhouse also have some nifty boxsets out. A Sinbad one, a Ray Harryhausen one, plus a nice Hammer set (note, this one is released in October) as Volume One which teases what could be coming in set two. The Darkside Mag hint such titles on the way as Cash on Demand (Cushing) Pirates of Blood River, A Taste of Fear, and The Damned.

Powerhouse are definitely worth keeping an eye on. Here's the link to their site:



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