Horror-Arrow-Limited Ed Candyman (1992) (4K UHD Limited Edition) (Arrow Video) [UK]

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Contributor Steels/Arrow
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Sep 10, 2012
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Release date: May 23, 2022
Purchase links: Arrow Films - Amazon UK - Zavvi - HMV
Price: £30.00 (Arrow Films) - TBA (Amazon) - £29.99 (Zavvi - HMV)
Notes: UHD Disc only

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paulboland

Contributor Steels/Arrow
Contributor
Premium Supporter
Sep 10, 2012
32,647
Navan/Ireland
  • New 4K restoration from the original negative, supervised and approved by writer-director Bernard Rose and director of photography Anthony B. Richmond
  • 4K (2160p) UHD Blu-ray presentation in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible) of two cuts of the film, the US R-rated version and the original UK theatrical version featuring alternate, more graphic footage, presented via seamless branching
  • Original uncompressed stereo audio and optional DTS-HD MA 5.1 and Dolby Atmos surround options
  • Audio commentary with writer-director Bernard Rose and actor Tony Todd
  • Audio commentary with authors Stephen Jones and Kim Newman
  • Be My Victim, an interview with actor Tony Todd
  • It Was Always You, Helen, an interview with actor Virginia Madsen
  • The Cinema of Clive Barker: The Divine Explicit, an in-depth interview with Clive Barker on Candyman and other adaptations of his work
  • The Writing on the Wall: The Production Design of Candyman, an interview with production designer Jane Ann Stewart
  • Forbidden Flesh: The Makeup FX of Candyman, interviews with special makeup effects artists Bob Keen, Gary J. Tunicliffe and Mark Coulier
  • A Story to Tell: Clive Barker’s “The Forbidden”, an interview with writer Douglas E. Winter on Barker’s seminal Books of Blood and Candyman’s source story
  • Urban Legend: Unwrapping Candyman, a critical analysis of the film with writers Tananarive Due and Steven Barnes
  • Three rarely-seen Bernard Rose short films, restored in HD: A Bomb With No Name on It (1975), The Wreckers (1976) and Looking at Alice (1977)
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Image gallery
  • Limited edition 40-page perfect-bound booklet reproducing the original hand-painted storyboards by Bernard Rose
  • Fully-illustrated collectors’ booklet featuring new writing on the film by festival programmer Michael Blyth
  • 6 postcard-sized original UK lobby card reproductions
  • Reversible sleeve and poster featuring original and new artwork by Gary Pullin