‘The Strangers’ getting new limited-edition Blu-Ray release in the UK

The Strangers is a 2008 American psychological horror film written and directed by Bryan Bertino. The plot follows Kristen (Liv Tyler) and James (Scott Speedman) whose stay at a vacation home is disrupted by three masked criminals who infiltrate the home. The screenplay was inspired by two real-life events: the Manson family Tate murders, a multiple homicide, as well as a series of break-ins that occurred in Bertino’s neighbourhood as a child. Some journalists noted similarities between the film and the Keddie cabin murders that occurred in Keddie, California in 1981, though Bertino did not cite this as a reference. This modern horror favourite is getting a new limited-edition BluRay release in the UK from Second Sight Films.

Special Features include:

  • Theatrical Cut and Extended Cut
  • Because You Were Home: a new interview with Director Bryan Bertino
  • Cutting Moments: a new interview with Editor Kevin Greutert
  • The Fighter: a new interview with Actress Liv Tyler
  • The Pin-Up Girl: a new interview with Actress Laura Margolis
  • The Elements of Terror: interviews with cast and crew
  • Strangers at the Door: interviews with Director Bryan Bertino and cast
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Theatrical Trailer

The set is a Limited Edition of only 3,000 with a Rigid slipcase, Soft cover book with new essays by Anton Bitel and Mary Beth McAndrews plus stills and behind-the-scenes images and includes a poster with new artwork.

Is it due to be released in the UK on September 28th 2020.

Pre-order now from Amazon.


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