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Preview: The Super Inframan (Bluray)

God bless the brilliance of Danny Lee (THE KILLER/ THE UNTOLD STORY) who emerged onto the Shaw Brothers scene with such outlandish fantasies as MIGHTY PEKING MAN (1977) and THE SUPER INFRAMAN (1975) – a tale of futuristic heroism and spandex costumes that could only have been dreamed up during the golden age of Hong Kong cinema.

Featuring the sort of ambition that puts most superhero flicks to shame, this is a brilliant bicep-flexing bout of good vs. evil – as a costumed Chinese patriot takes the fight to a city-destroying mega-villain. Undoubtedly one of the finest Far Eastern action flicks of all-time, THE SUPER INFRAMAN makes its UK debut in a muscular HD transfer that could only have come from the Oriental-cinema obsessives at 88 Films!

EDITION CONTENTS:

  • Remastered on 2.35:1 from the Original Negative
  • Uncompressed LPCM English Mono
  • Uncompressed LPCM Chinese Mono with English Subtitles
  • Behind the Scenes Image Gallery
  • Reversible Sleeve featuring Original Hong Kong Poster Art

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