Kivett and Tucker also provide a number of other rarities, including several television spots, an extensive gallery, and an audio-only 2001 radio interview from a Jacksonville station with Wade Popwell and Tucker for the film’s 30th anniversary screening (the movie was purportedly “lost” for thirty years in Hollywood). Also on-hand is a Theatrical Trailer (which doesn’t appear to have been reconstructed like the ones on Film Chest/CULTRA/HD Cinema Classics’ releases of Dementia 13, The Terror, and Poor Pretty Eddie), and a before and after restoration comparison. But it doesn’t end there, kids! Film Chest/CULTRA/HD Cinema Classics’ release of Zaat is a Blu-ray/DVD combo (the DVD is Region Free), and even includes a collectible postcard depicting the film’s artwork.
In short, Zaat is an excellent campy masterpiece, and Film Chest/CULTRA/HD Cinema Classics’ issue of the cult favorite is a wonderful one (without a doubt their best to date; I can’t wait to see what else they can dig up and rescue from obscurity in the future). Highly recommended.