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Screenshot Saturday: Golden Temple Amazons (MVD Classics)

Studio: MVD Visual

Release Date: October 1986 (theatrical) / September 11th, 2018 (blu-ray)

Run Time: 86 mins

Region Code: REGION FREE

Picture: 1080p (1.66:1 Aspect Ratio)

Sound: English LPCM 2.0

Starring: Analía Ivars, William Berger, Antonio Mayans

Written by Jesús Franco (as A.L. Mariaux)

Directed by Alain Payet (as James Gartner)

Rating: Not Rated (Graphic Nudity and Violence)

Welcome to this week's Screenshot Saturday. Today we take a look at the Jess Franco cult classic Golden Temple Amazons, brought to us, on blu-ray, by MVD Visual. This is the second Jess Franco blu-ray from MVD, the first being Diamonds of Kilimandjaro, which we reviewed here. Both films are not very good with one being a remake of the other. (it doesn't matter what order) Both films contain a ton of nudity (which made it pretty difficult to do screenshots for) and a bit of violence. Both films also look good on blu-ray (if you don't mind the warts and all approach). Take a peek for yourself and let us know what you think.


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