Earwig and Murder Me Monster get Blu-ray release by Anti Worlds

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Anti-Worlds is releasing Earwig and Murder Me Monster on Blu-ray, complete with an abundance of special features.

Anti-Worlds is a relatively recent UK distribution company with a rapidly growing library of films, from Simon Bird’s terrific directorial debut Days Of The Bagnold Summer to Andrew Kotting’s The Whalebone Box and many more.

Their latest releases are Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s Earwig and Alejandro Fadel’s Murder Me Monster.

The synopses read as follows:


‘Somewhere in Europe, mid-20th century. Albert is employed to look after Mia, a girl with teeth of ice. Mia never leaves their apartment, where the shutters are always closed. The telephone rings regularly and the Master enquires after Mia’s wellbeing. Until the day Albert is instructed that he must prepare the child to leave…

French master Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s third full-length feature film following Innocence and Evolution is an atmospheric, mysterious and disturbing masterpiece based on the novel by B. Catling.’

Special Features:

  • Director supervised presentation of the film
  • Original 5.1 surround sound
  • Newly filmed interview with director Lucile Hadzihalilovic
  • feature length Documentary on the original novel author B.Catling
  • “A New Music” – Short documentary about the unique instrument used extensively in the score
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Optional English Hard of Hearing subtitles and audio description for the visually impaired
  • Limited edition exclusive 52-page booklet containing new writing on the film by Anton Bitel, Geoff Cox and B.Catling, film credits and technical details
  • O card Limited edition of 500 copies only from the website

You can watch the trailer for Earwig here.

Murder Me Monster:

‘A visual feast but not for the faint of heart, Un Certain Regard contender MURDER ME, MONSTER (MUERE, MONSTRUO, MUERE) is an atmospheric and eerie, Argentinian fantasy-horror-thriller with cult appeal from writer/ director Alejandro Fadel (The Wild Ones). Starring newcomer Victor Lopez as a policeman investigating a series of gruesome murders after headless bodies start to appear in the region. The excellent Lopez stars alongside the equally talented Tania Casciani (Los Ojos Ilorosos), Esteban Bigliardi (La Flor) and Sofia Palomino (Emilia).

When rural police officer Cruz (Victor Lopez) investigates the bizarre case of a headless woman found in a remote area by the Andes mountains, David (Esteban Bigliardi), the husband of his lover Francisca (Tania Casciani), becomes the prime suspect. David is sent to a local mental hospital after he blames the murder on the inexplicable appearance of a monster who he claims brutally beheads its victims after they plea “Murder Me, Monster”. As more bodies are found it becomes apparent that the culprit may still be at large and Cruz must work fast to determine who, or what, the real monster may be.’

Special Features:

  • Director supervised presentation of the film
  • Original 5.1 surround sound
  • “The Enigmatic Element” World Blu-Ray premiere of this mid length feature set in the world of the main film
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Un-filmed scenes animated and voiced by the film’s director Alejandro Fadel
  • Newly recorded commentary track feature key crew
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Limited edition exclusive 24-page booklet containing new writing on the film by Evrim Ersoy, film credits and technical details
  • Make your own monster! – access to print files for 3D printer to create a replica of the films monster
  • Limited edition of 3000 copies

You can watch the trailer for Murder Me Monster here

Both films are available to order from the Anti-Worlds website.

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