Crosstalk | Ozploitation Classics

DVD  |  Thriller  |  08 Jul 2020

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Only the computer saw the murder... and it liked what it saw.

Gary Day (DEATH WARMED UP, RAW DEAL) stars as Ed Ballinger, a computer engineer confined to a wheelchair. Under the iron fist of Robert Whitehead (Brian McDermott THE PUNISHER, HOODWINK), Ed is developing a computer system like none before: the I-500, a break-through in computer science and the early stages of artificial intelligence.Moving into a high-rise apartment to complete work on the I-500 project, Ed is convinced hes witnessed the murder in a neighbouring building. Enter Ed Stollier (Australian cinema icon, John Ewart - RAZORBACK, FROG DREAMING), a calculating sadist with a predilection for S&M and dismemberment. Seeking answers from the rapidly advancing I-500, Ed starts to feel a disturbing force at play as technology and violence take over his life.Originally released in 1982, CROSSTALK is a unique thriller of the Ozploitation canon. With obvious references to Alfred Hitchcocks REAR WINDOW (1954) and stylish, retro-futuristic production design CROSSTALK sits apart from similar Australian productions of the era and features a suitably dark synthesizer score by Chris Neal (CELIA, FARSCAPE).

Title: Crosstalk | Ozploitation Classics

Format: DVD

Release Date: 08 Jul 2020

Actor(s): Gary Day, Penny Downie, Brian McDermott, John Ewart, Kim Deacon, Peter Collingwood, Jill Forster, Judith Woodroffe

Sku: 2466614

Catalogue No: DAVID4073

Category: Thriller

Disc Count: 0

Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1

OFLC Rating: M

Run Time: 78

Transfer Format: 4:3 Original Aspect Ratio

Video Format: PAL

Primary Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0

Language: English, Dolby Digital 2.0

Region Code: ALL

OFLC Advice: Mature Audiences

Dubbed Languages: English, Dolby Digital 2.0

Director(s): Mark Egerton

Genre: Thriller, Australian