The 13th Floor

Here’s a Look at the New, Very Limited CAT IN THE BRAIN Theatrical Poster!

Lucio Fulci’s gory meta movie CAT IN THE BRAIN is currently making its way through theatrical rerelease across the U.S. courtesy of Grindhouse Releasing. The company came up with a special poster exclusively to accompany the big-screen play, which you can see below.

“We only made a handful of these for the theaters; we’re not selling them,” Grindhouse’s David Szulkin told Blumhouse.com. “It will probably end up being one of the rarest Lucio Fulci movie posters!”

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CAT IN THE BRAIN, described as “the most violent movie ever made,” stars Fulci in a self-referential turn as a director of horror movies descending into madness brought on by his own gruesome images. It will be playing the following dates/venues through the end of the summer:

June 29: Alamo Drafthouse, Yonkers, NY

July 1: Frida Cinema, Santa Ana, CA

July 1 and July 2: Guild Cinema, Albuquerque, NM

July 1-July 7: Gateway Film Center, Columbus, OH

July 8: Grand Illusion Cinema, Seattle, WA

July 13: Film Scene, Iowa City, IA

July 15 and July 16: Circle Cinema, Tulsa, OK

July 22: Capitol Theatre, Cleveland, OH

July 23: Main Street Landing, Burlington, VT

July 24: Metrograph, New York City, NY

July 26: Capitol Theatre, Cleveland, OH

July 29 and July 30: Music Box Theatre, Chicago, IL

July 31: PhilaMOCA, Philadelphia, PA

August 5 and August 6: Hollywood Theater, Portland, OR

August 12: Cinefamily, Los Angeles, CA

August 31: Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton, CO

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Grindhouse is also putting CAT on Blu-ray, streeting July 12. Two different editions are currently available for pre-order: a standard release and a limited edition (3,000 copies) that comes with a glow-in-the-dark slipcover and an original portrait of Lucio Fulci created especially for this release. Specs for both versions are:

  • Hi-definition digital restoration of the original uncensored director’s cut
  • Presented with English and original Italian language soundtracks
  • In-depth interviews with director Lucio Fulci and cult superstar Brett Halsey (REVENGE OF THE CREATURE, RETURN OF THE FLY, THE GODFATHER PART III)
  • New interviews with composer Fabio Frizzi, screenwriter Antonio Tentori, cinematographer Sandro Grossi and poster artist Enzo Sciotti
  • Lucio Fulci’s heroic appearance at the 1996 NYC FANGORIA Weekend of Horrors
  • Original Italian theatrical trailer and gallery of stills and poster art
  • Liner notes by Antonella Fulci, David J. Schow, Eli Roth and Martin Beine
  • BONUS CD: the original soundtrack by Fabio Frizzi!
  • Plus other surprises!

The Blu-ray is now available for pre-order at Diabolik DVD.

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