AGFA Videodreams is a new series of tape-sourced preservations for late-nite voyages to other worlds.
Curated from the depths of the AGFA staff’s personal collections and only available in theaters, DCPs of these outlaw gems are now available for bookings at a discounted rate.
Check out the first wave below and book today!
3 DEV ADAM
Join Captain United States and his friend El Sainto as they battle Spider-Guy, a supernatural psychopath who is obsessed with stealing gold statues and murder. With non-stop mayhem and a total disregard for logic, this Turkish thunderblast is essential viewing from the cinematic outer limits.
AYSECIK IN THE LAND OF THE MAGIC DWARFS
Also known as TURKISH WIZARD OF OZ, this campy, lo-fi musical warps together elements of THE WIZARD OF OZ, ALICE IN WONDERLAND, and SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS to create a treat for the adolescent acidhead in us all.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1986 Colorized Version)
A staple of late night TV in the 1980s, this version of George A. Romero’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD is a feast for the senses. Here, the movie’s eerie mood, bold messaging, and haunting visuals are enhanced and transformed into an impressionistic netherworld.
SON OF DRACULA
A collaboration between director Saleem Suma and prolific actor-filmmaker-musician Joginder, this Indian horror movie features acid-fueled visuals, bizarre pop songs, and a title character who takes the form of a tiny demon wearing a rubber NOSFERATU mask.
WITCHDOCTOR OF THE LIVINGDEAD
One of the first horror films made in Nigeria, this is a surreal blend of homemade ingenuity, histrionic zombie attacks, and collage-like experimentation, all captured through the multidimensional lens of a camcorder.