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Announcing Killer 30th Anniversary Blu-Ray

Charlotte, NC based production company SansPerf Productions is releasing a Blu-Ray to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Tony Elwood’s KILLER. Shot in 1989 on Super 8mm film for under $10,000, Killer became a prime example of how to make a successful movie on a shoestring budget. Originally self-distributed, Killer gained notoriety when Joe Bob Briggs, the King of Drive-in Movies, gave it four stars and called it one of the top ten no-budget films of the year. The film subsequently went on to air on Showtime and The Movie Channel.

For the re-release, director Tony Elwood had a 2K scan of the original 8mm footage done by California based company Pro8mm. He then re-edited the film, cleaned up the image, color corrected the entire project, re-mixed the sound, and had a new score done by the original composer, Leslie Mizzell. The resulting product has given the film a new life, updating it for modern audiences while maintaining the low-budget charm of the original movie.

The Blu-Ray also includes three featurettes (an interview with Elwood and Writer Mark Kimray, a blooper reel, and “Dumb Thirty,” a humorous look at what happens when a crew stays up too late)

All New Scenes, Music and Special Features.

Sansperf Productions is releasing a Blu-Ray to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Tony Elwood’s KILLER. Shot in 1989 on Super 8mm film for under $10,000, Killer became a prime example of shooting a successful film on a minuscule budget. A prime example of DIY filmmaking, Killer gained notoriety when the King of Drive-in Movies, Joe Bob Briggs give it four stars and called it one of the top ten no-budget films of the year. The film subsequently went on to air on Monster Vision, HBO, and Showtime.

The Blu-Ray is now available for sale

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