Most fans of horror and exploitation film know of "Faces of Death," at least by title. A remarkably small number of those fans have actually seen the film due to its limited availability. Now that the film has been remastered and released, how does it hold up to the expectations of a exploitation film fanatic who thinks he has seen everything? That's a difficult question, which I will attempt to answer in the space below. The narration is predictable, all the scenes involving … more
This is a recently remastered version of the classic exploitation film, "Faces of Death," directed by Conan LeCilaire. It features a new 5.1 audio track, feature-length director commentary, trailers, outtakes, deleted scenes, and two featurettes.