If you wish to go to the current Fangoria site, you may click the top logo, "Home" or "News" links. Or click here.
After enduring a couple of years’ worth of criticism and
controversy, and edits as a result, Srdjan Spasojevic’s A SERBIAN FILM will
finally be seeing official uncut release in North America this spring. We’ve
got the exclusive scoop and disc art.
Invincible Pictures, which previously issued the movie in
slightly trimmed form, let Fango know that it will make the uncensored version
available via its FlixFling digital service May 1,
with a limited-edition DVD released May 22. The company had initially made the
edits due to legal challenges surrounding the film’s extreme content, most
notably exhibition of child pornography charges leveled at Angel Sala, director
of Spain’s Sitges Film Festival (all of which were dropped this past February).
“Of course we would have preferred an uncut release last
year,” says Invincible CEO Tom Ashley. “Unfortunately, the charges brought
against Mr. Sala were something we had to seriously factor into that release.
Now that those charges have been dropped, we can bring A SERBIAN FILM to its
fans as its director had intended.”
Pre-order information for the DVD should be available at the
Invincible Pictures store on Monday, April
16. See our review of A SERBIAN FILM here.
JOIN OUR COMMUNITY AND BE THE FIRST TO KNOW ABOUT NEWS, CONTESTS, EVENTS AND MORE!
All contents © 2011 Fangoria Entertainment