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Rest In Pieces

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This special limited edition embossed slipcover [designed by Tom Hodge (front) & Earl Kessler Jr. (back)] was limited to 3,000 units and is sold outThe two versions are identical, aside from the slipcover.

Helen Hewitt has inherited her recently deceased Aunt Catherine’s humongous country villa. After arriving at their new home, she and her husband Bob immediately feel a sense of unease and hostility from the estate’s staff and tenants, all of whom do their best to make the young couple feel unwelcome. As strange and increasingly sinister events begin to take place around her, Helen becomes determined to uncover the truth about the goings on, and slowly begins to unearth the horrifying and unspeakable evil occurring at the mysterious mansion…

One of a handful of films that acclaimed Spanish horror and exploitation auteur, José Ramón Larraz, made primarily for the American market, REST IN PIECES plays like a refined piece of Euro-horror as filtered through the trashy mindset of late 80s, direct-to-video trash. Pleasantly grotesque (the gore effects earned a 1987 Goya Award nomination) and with a wry sense of self aware humor, REST IN PIECES co-stars Dorothy Malone (The Big Sleep, Basic Instinct), Jack Taylor (Conan the Barbarian), and Patty Shepard (My Dear Killer). Never before released on disc, Vinegar Syndrome is delighted to present REST IN PIECES on Blu-ray in a new 4K restoration of its 35mm camera negative.

directed by: José Ramón Larraz
starring: Patty Shepard, Scott Thompson Baker, Lorin Jean Vail, Dorothy Malone, Jack Taylor
1987 / 90 min / 1.85:1 / English & Spanish dub

Additional info:

  • Region Free Blu-ray
  • Newly scanned & restored in 4k from its 35mm original negative
  • Includes both the original English and the dubbed Spanish language soundtracks
  • “Piece By Piece” - an interview with actor Scott Thompson Baker
  • Audio commentary with film historians and authors Samm Deighan and Kat Ellinger
  • Reversible cover artwork
  • English SDH subtitles