Horror-Arrow-Limited Ed Madman (4K UHD Limited Edition) (Arrow Video) [UK]


Contributor Steels/Arrow
Premium Supporter
Sep 10, 2012
Release date: June 24, 2024
Purchase links: Arrow Films - Zavvi - HMV
Price: £22.00 (Arrow Films) - £21.99 (Zavvi - HMV)

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  • 4K transfer of the film from the original camera negative
  • 4K (2160p) Ultra HD Blu-ray presentation in High Dynamic Range
  • Original uncompressed mono audio
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Audio commentary with director Joe Giannone, stars Paul Ehlers and Tony Fish and producer Gary Sales
  • Audio commentary with The Hysteria Continues
  • UK-exclusive introduction by Sales and Ehlers
  • I’m Not A Screamer, a 2022 interview with star Gaylen Ross
  • The Legend Still Lives! Thirty Years of Madman – a feature-length retrospective documentary on the slasher classic including interviews with various cast and crew
  • Madman: Alive at 35 – Sales, Ehlers and star Tom Candela look back at the making of Madman, 35 years after it was filmed
  • The Early Career of Gary Sales – the Madman producer discusses his career in the film industry
  • Convention interviews with Sales and Ehlers
  • Music Inspired by Madman – a selection of songs inspired by the movie, including the track ‘Escape From Hellview’ from former CKY frontman Deron Miller
  • In Memoriam – producer Sales pays tribute to the some of the film’s late cast and crew, including director Giannone and actor Tony Fish
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • TV spots
  • Stills & artwork gallery with commentary by Sales
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matthew Griffin
  • Informative
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I've purchased Madman on home video many times since that original Anchor Bay DVD eons ago but I think I'm drawing a line at the Vinegar Syndrome 4K. It's definitive enough for me. If I'm convinced that this new Arrow iteration is actually better in the PQ dept. then I'll buy it again but I wish they'd use the VHS art.