Release date: October 3, 2022 Purchase links:Amazon UK - HMV - WB Shop UK - Zavvi Price: £25.00 (Amazon) - £24.99 (HMV - WB Shop - Zavvi) Note: The Exorcist, Friday The 13th, Stephen King's It (1990), A Nightmare On Elm Street and Carrie (1976)
THE EXORCIST A controversial box office success on its initial release, The Exorcist made its Blu-ray release an historic event with this spectacular, Director’s Cut version in high definition (2000). The story, both nightmarish and realistic, features an innocent young girl who is possessed by a terrifying entity, her mother who desperately wants to save her, as well as two priests - one who is rather sceptical and the other resolutely devout - who join in the fight against the ultimate evil, leaving viewers breathless. The greatest horror thriller of all time surprises and shocks viewers like no other film in its genre.
FRIDAY THE 13TH Welcome to Camp Crystal Lake. Its history is bloody, and its inhabitants say that it’s cursed. It’s the perfect place for a psychopath to start killing the camp counsellors. Director and producer Sean S. Cunningham’s original slasher movie has spawned a phenomenal franchise and hundreds of imitators. With a charming cast (including young Kevin Bacon) and the creative use of sharp instruments by a stalker with an overprotective mother, this classic shock movie continues to thrill, inspire, and terrify audiences.
Stephen King’s IT (1990) In October 1957, IT wakes up and the small town of Derry, Maine will never be the same again. Stephen King brings all our childhood fears and phobias to light as seven children face unimaginable horrors that come in many guises, including Pennywise (Tim Curry), a living clown, who hunts and kills in the city’s sewers. Years later, the surviving adults are brave enough to return to Derry to stop the killing, this time for good.
A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET Nancy, Kris, Quentin, Jesse, and Dean live on Elm Street, in the heart of a residential suburb similar to thousands of others - peaceful, clean, and uneventful... But for some time now, these five young people have been haunted every night by the same oppressive nightmare - a man with a hollow voice emerging from the darkness. Dressed in a torn red and green shirt, he hides his horribly burned and disfigured face under an old hat. CARRIE (1976) 98 Mins. Carrie (SISSY SPACEK, Badlands, JFK ) is a tortured teenager, ill-at-ease and totally unaware of her telekinetic power. When her psychotic mother and her sadistic classmates go overboard, she unleashes the most terrible vengeance, and unleashes hell around her in a whirlwind of fi re and blood.
CARRIE (1976) Carrie (SISSY SPACEK, Badlands, JFK ) is a tortured teenager, ill-at-ease and totally unaware of her telekinetic power. When her psychotic mother and her sadistic classmates go overboard, she unleashes the most terrible vengeance, and unleashes hell around her in a whirlwind of fi re and blood.
THE EXORCIST •A 3-Part Documentary on the Movie’s Production and Legacy. For the First Time, Relive the Actual On-Set Filming of Classic Scenes via Never-Before-Seen Set Footage: Raising Hell: Filming The Exorcist, The Exorcist Locations: Georgetown •Then and Now and Faces of the Evil - the Different Versions of The Exorcist •Commentary by Director William Friedkin.
FRIDAY THE 13TH •Commentary by Director Sean S. Cunningham •Featurette Return to Crystal Lake: The Making of Friday the 13th •A Friday the 13th Reunion: Cast Members Betsy Palmer and Adrienne King, Writer Victor Miller and Composer Harry Manfredini Reunite •Fresh Cuts: New Tales from Friday the 13th: New Recollections About the Making of the Film The Man Behind the Legacy: Sean S. Cunningham •Lost Tales from Camp Blood Part 1: New Vignette Styled After the Original Movie •Vintage Featurettes The Friday the 13th Chronicles & Secrets Galore Behind the Gore
Stephen King’s IT (1990) •Audio Commentary by Director Tommy Lee Wallace and Actors Dennis Christopher, Tim Reid, John Ritter and Richard Thomas
A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET •2 Commentaries: 1) Director Wes Craven, Co-Stars Heather Langenkamp and John Saxon and Cinematographer Jacques Haitkin; 2) Wes Craven, Co-Stars Robert Englund, Heather Langenkamp and Ronee Blakley, Producer Robert Shaye and Co-Producer Sara Risher •Alternate Endings •3 Featurettes: The House That Freddy Built: The Legacy of New Line Horror •Never Sleep Again: The Making of A Nightmare on Elm Street •Night Terrors: The Origins of Wes Craven’s Nightmares •Interactive Trivia Track
CARRIE (1976) •Acting Carrie Featurette •Visualising Carrie: From Words to images •Singing Carrie: Carrie, the Musical •Theatrical trailer •Photo Gallery