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SUFFER, LITTLE CHILDREN – Britain’s Most Controversial Horror Movie Of The ’80s Is Coming To DVD Fully Uncut!

When it comes to cult, horror, and just plain old weird cinema, the fine fiends at Severin-Films are always delivering. Their Intervision brand specializes in long-lost shot-on-video gems. And now, they’ve uncovered Britain’s most controversial horror movie of the ’80s! SUFFER, LITTLE CHILDREN is coming to DVD on August 29th!

Seeing is believing, folks!

“Gruesome… Terrifying!” Screamed The People. “Gory Violence!” Decried The Telegraph. “As Explicitly horror as has ever been on video!” Claimed The Video Week as the British tabloid press called for it to be banned amid the panic of the Video Nasty witch hunts. The Censors refused it a rating in its uncut form.

Many of the children involved in its production were never seen nor heard from again. Now Intervision Picture Corp is proud to present SUFFER, LITTLE CHILDREN FULLY UNCUT AND UNCENSORED with exclusive new extras which finally reveal the shocking truth behind the most notorious British shot-on-video feature ever! For the first time in history, the murky shadows surrounding the production will be fully illuminated.

At the time little was known of the production except what was cryptically scribbled on the back of the box:

Suffer, Little Children: a tale of a child’s demonic supernatural powers and the brutal…. terrifying results. Suffer, Little Children is a reconstruction of the events which took place at 45 Kingston Road, New Malden, Surrey, England in August 1984. None of these events were reported in the press and now the house is scheduled for demolition in the immediate future.

HOW IN GOD’S NAME DID THE POWER OF THE DEVIL FALL INTO THE HANDS OF A CHILD?

Now, with the first official disc release anywhere in the world, you can learn the whole sordid truth!

Special Features:

*School of Shock – An Interview with Director Alan Briggs
*Seducing The Gullible – An Interview With Legend of UK “Nasty” Era Fanzine Critique John Martin
*Trailer

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