...needs moar, uh... I, honestly can't even tell what I'm...
Now I admit it, Invincible Pictures' own actual cover isn't quite as amazing as Jose Gabriel Angeles' original poster, but I give them props for not only releasing the film completely fucking uncut, FINALLY, but totally rolling with the "bootleg underground snuff video" vibe I myself had toyed with at one point.
So this basically proves that the "obscenity" thing was a knee-jerk reaction, though the fact that the asinine child-pornography charges against Ángel Sala - for a totally fictional film that didn't, in any way, ever harm real children - was dropped sure sounds like as good an excuse as any to admit you were being a pussy and do the right thing. As with Media Blasters and their ridiculous re-re-release of A-KITE, I'll try to focus not on the bullshit that led up to it, but the fact that they've finally corrected their boneheaded self-censorship and are letting adults choose for themselves whether or not they want to subject themselves to what, well over a year later, remains perhaps the most vile, offensive, and passionate film I can remember ever having seen.
Oh fine, here's the art it's ACTUALLY coming in. Skeezy xeroxed porn adverts and a hand-written note telling you to keep your fuck'n mouth shut may or may not be included in the brown paper wrapper, but it'll be available from their website starting April 16th. Seriously, what am I even looking at? Is that like a CD-R case glued to a piece of cardboard or something?
Don't lie to me. You love it.
There's only one problem... it's DVD-only. Having already spent the better part of $60 on the Scandinavian Blu-ray, I'm afraid they can fuck my fictional child's ass on this one.