Now on Blu-ray: Umbrella Entertaintment Leads The Charge With More Ozploitation in HD!

Australian distributor, Umbrella Entertainment, has stepped up their game over the last 18 months in their efforts to not only bring quality catalog titles to the market down under, but also be the first to release classic Aussie exploitation films in HD around the world. Classics like Road Games, Man From Hong Kong, Razorback (due for an upgrade soon), Body Melt, and more have found their first - and sometimes only - Blu-ray release through the speciality distributor.

We took a look at a couple of recent releases from Umbrella Entertainment and found them to be pretty decent overall, especially in a market that they have pretty much cornered at this point. Below you'll find our thoughts on early Mel Gibson actioner Attack Force Z, eco-horror killer croc film Dark Age, as well as a trio of documentaries from Australian film fanatic Mark Hartley (Not Quite Hollywood, Machete Maidens Unleashed, and Electric Boogaloo). All are worth your time, and I'd say worth your money as well.

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