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Darkman 4K

Darkman 4K

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 Actors: Liam Neeson, Frances McDormand, Colin Friels, Larry Drake, Nelson Mashita, Jessie Lawrence Ferguson
Director: Sam Raimi
Language: ENGLISH: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
ENGLISH: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)
Subtitles: English
Region: Region Free (BD Region A)
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Number of Discs: 2
Rating: PG-13
Orig Release Date: 1990
Studio: Shout Factory
Release Date: 2/20/2024
Run Time: 96 Min.
Special Features:
  • Commentary #1 features film historian Josh Ruben.
  • Commentary #2 features cinematographer Bill Pope.
  • Deleted Scenes (37:00, HD) provide additional character moments from "Darkman," including more with Julie's business experiences and her initial connection to Louis, who's also offered something of an origin story involving Durant's violence. Julie and Peyton's relationship is expanded some. The saga of henchmen Rick with his role and punishment different than what's found in the final cut of "Darkman." Louis's love of money is also more detailed. 
  • "Dissecting Darkman" (7:29, HD) is an interview with actor Liam Neeson, who was delighted to get the part in the Sam Raimi picture, facing competition that included Gary Oldman and Bill Paxton. Characterization is explored, along with monster influences, getting into the psychology of the part. The interviewee also details time with co-stars, and recalls his fear of heights during the helicopter chase, complicating his performance.
  • Interview (10:50, HD) is a discussion of "Darkman" with actress Frances McDormand, who originally lived with roommate Sam Raimi (along with Joel and Ethan Coen) in the mid-1980s. Her relationship with the director is analyzed, with Raimi trying to find a more empowered female character for the picture. An appreciation of co-star Liam Neeson is presented, and McDormand examines the challenges of working with Raimi.
  • "The Name is Durant" (15:59, HD) is an interview with actor Larry Drake, who acknowledges how his looks and physical size have largely dictated his career. Avoiding typecasting with director Sam Raimi, Drake was allowed to run free with the evil character, even offered a chance to play two versions of Durant, providing an acting challenge.
  • "Henchman Tales" (12:57, HD) is a dual interview with actors Dan Bell and Danny Hicks. The interviewees examine their casting stories, walk through characterization, and shares tales from the shoot.
  • "Dark Design" (16:46, HD) is a dual interview with production designer Randy Sur and art director Philip Dagort, who dissect the elements of the "live-action comic book" director Sam Raimi was looking to create.
  • "The Face of Revenge" (13:21, HD) is an interview with special makeup effects designer Tony Gardner, who was initially tasked with generating a look for Darkman based on Sam Raimi's storyboards. Faced with the hiring of Liam Neeson for the part, Gardner had an unusual thespian appearance to work with, going into the specifics of the makeup and the tricks used to sell the horror and heartbreak of the character.
  • Vintage Behind-the-Scenes (8:59, SD) is an EPK offering, including interviews with cast and crew, and some BTS footage is present.
  • Vintage Interview (28:02, SD) features actor Liam Neeson.
  • Vintage Interview (20:42, SD) features actress Frances McDormand.
  • Vintage Interview (12:14, SD) features actor Colin Friels.
  • Vintage Interview (23:09, SD) features director Sam Raimi.
  • Image Galleries include "Production" (8:42), "Posters & Artwork" (2:07), "Behind-the-Scenes" (4:47), and "Storyboards" (8:22).
  • T.V. Spots (4:24, SD) offer 12 commercials for "Darkman."
  • Theatrical Trailer
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