Raving Rollin – Bad dreams, de Sade and Jean Rollin inspire artist Teresa Winter

By | October 1st, 2018|Jean Rollin, News|

Musician and artist Teresa Winter who records with The Death of Rave label cites Jean Rollin and the Marquis de Sade along with a bad dream of being murdered by her boyfriend as inspiration for her new album, 'What is the Night For'.  The album, released on the 28th [...]

The BFI to screen Jean Rollin’s fantastic IRON ROSE at Cinema Fantastique Festival

By | September 10th, 2018|Coming Soon, Jean Rollin, News|

The British Film Institute or BFI as it is better known will be celebrating French 'fantastique' cinema over the course of October and November and included will be two screenings of Jean Rollin's poetic and haunting film, La Rose de Fer aka The Iron Rose, starring the lovely Françoise Pascal. We [...]

Rollin’s sci-fi film, Night of the Hunted, in Daily Telegraph’s Top 50 Greats!

By | July 14th, 2018|Coming Soon, Jean Rollin, News|

UK newspaper, The Daily Telegraph, recently compiled a list of the best 50 'great films you (probably) haven't seen' and listed at No 31 is Jean Rollin's fabulous and gory science fiction thriller, Night of the Hunted. Made in 1980 and starring an almost permanently naked Brigitte Lahaie [...]

Rollin and Pascal reunited in ‘Art Decades’ magazine tribute

By | January 2nd, 2018|Jean Rollin, News|

Fans of Jean Rollin and the actress Françoise Pascal, the star of Rollin's poetic and haunting film the Iron Rose, will be pleased to hear that the US magazine has devoted over thirty pages to Rollin's work in their latest issue. Also, included and featured on the cover [...]

The USA finally gets it’s GIRL

By | December 1st, 2017|News, Satanic Sluts|

The sleaze and arthouse hybrid Satanic Sluts feature A GIRL, directed with aplomb by Simon Black and starring the fabulous Hannah Short is finally being released in the US. Telling the dark tale of a young woman's slow descent into madness as she obeys commands from her God, a [...]

Make an appointment with Franco’s Diabolical Dr. Z!

By | November 29th, 2017|Jess Franco, Murder, News, Redemption Releases, Zombie|

Released on February 6th, 2018, The Diabolical Dr. Z, Jess Franco's classic sixties tale of zombified slaves and am exotic dancer with poisoned -tipped fingernails, is one of his best films. Combining a classic story with striking visuals, not least in the performances of Estella Blain as Miss Muerte (Miss [...]

Lost Girls find themselves in Jean Rollin

By | August 2nd, 2017|Jess Franco, News, Uncategorised|

A new book on the late, great, director Jean Rollin is being published this September by Spectacular Optical, an indy publisher run by the writer Kier-La Janisse, author of FAB Press' book House of Psychotic Women. Called LOST GIRLS - The Phantasmagorical Cinema of Jean Rollin, this new Rollin book [...]

Hear the new wonders of Valerie

By | July 26th, 2017|Coming Soon, News|

Longterm Redemption disciples will know that one of our firstever releases was a very obscure Czechoslovakian film called Valerie and Her Week of Wonders which dealt in a magical, fairytale like way, with a young girls transition from childhood to puberty. One of the reasons for Valerie's haunting success as [...]

Classic British thriller ‘The Orchard End Murder’ finally gets a Blu-ray release

By | July 5th, 2017|Coming Soon, News, Redemption Releases|

The Salvation owned film, The Orchard End Murder, is finally, after years in the wilderness, getting a well deserved release curtesy of the British Film Institute who have licensed the film from Salvation. Remastered beautifully in HD and with a great selection of extras (details below) this is your chance [...]

Salvation signs worldwide film library representation with Park Circus

By | March 18th, 2017|News|

We are please to announce that we have now signed with Park Circus, formally the sales agents Hollywood Classics, to represent Salvation's film library, including the films of Jean Rollin, worldwide. Park Circus currently handle some 25,000 films, including the back catalogues of many of the major film studios [...]

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