Picked up The Fernando Di Leo blu ray box from Raro video thanks to the guys at The Gentleman's Guide To Midnight Cinema. Until hearing Will in particular heaping praise on Di Leo, his movies and his contribution to the Eurocrime genre, I'd never heard of him. It isn't that I didn't have any interest in the Eurocrime genre, more that it was a blindspot for me, I've covered a few of the better known entries on the blog and wanted to do more. When Raro offered the box set for $22 I couldn't resist, and to sweeten the deal yet further, they were also giving away a copy of Lamberto Bava's Body Puzzle.
In addition to the movies Caliber 9, The Italian Connection, Rulers Of The City and The Boss, the box also includes the booklet pictured above featuring an interview with Di Leo.
In the time since ordering the box set, Raro have announced a second box set featuring three more Di Leo movies, including the fantastically titled Shoot First, Die Later.