Frenchman's Garden, The

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CAVMDO230
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Studio CAV
Format Blu-ray
Genre Horror
Cast Paul Naschy, María José Cantudo, Ágata Lys, José Calvo, José Nieto, Sílvia Tortosa, Julia Saly
Original Language Spanish
Subtitle Language English
Number of Discs 1
Street Date August 10th , 2021
Runtime (in Minutes) 97
“The Frenchman” was what locals called the man who ran the bar and restaurant in the small town of Peñaflor in rural Spain in the early part of the 20th century. But Juan Andrés Aldije Monmejá was not your usual jolly inn keeper. He ran an illegal gambling den and pimped out the waitresses who worked for him, arranging abortions for them when the inevitable happened. Even though he was married to one of the richest women in town, Juan Andrés was not averse to visiting his own bordello for late night entertainment.
Deciding that there were easier and quicker ways to exploit his customers, The Frenchman started slaughtering them, stealing their money and burying their corpses in the garden at the back of his inn. As his greed increased, so did the savagery of his murderous acts. It was not long before people started asking questions.
This gruesome story of one of Spain’s most notorious serial killers was a very personal project for Paul Naschy, who wrote, directed and acts in the film alongside two of the hottest female stars of the time. This macabre tale of a “black legend” from Spain’s rural past was impossible to see for many years but is now available, fully uncut and restored, for the first time on US home video.

Brand new 4k transfer from film negative, digitally restored; interview with Paul Naschy; audio commentary from Troy Howarth, Rod Barnett and Troy Guinn; optional English subtitles; Mondo Macabro previews

Digitally restored from film negative; fully uncut; interview with director Elwood Perez; interview with actress Maria Isabel Lopez; interview with actress Sarsi Emmanuelle; Interview with art director; audio commentary from Andrew Leavold; choice of English or Tagalog audio; new cover art from Justin Coffee; Mondo Macabro previews
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