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Swamp Thing 4K

Swamp Thing 4K

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***Theatrical Version (HD; 1:31:20) and Unrated Version (HD; 1:33:03)***
 Actors: Adrienne Barbeau, Louis Jourdan, Ray Wise, David Hess, Nicholas Worth, Al Ruban
Director: Wes Craven

ENGLISH: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono (48kHz, 24-bit)
SPANISH: Dolby Digital Mono (224 kbps)

Subtitles: English
Region: Untested
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Number of Discs: 2
Rating: R
Orig Release Date: 1982
Studio: MVD Visual
Release Date: 8/8/2023
Run Time: 91 Min.
Special Features:
  • Theatrical Version (HD; 1:31:20) and Unrated Version (HD; 1:33:03) are accessible under the Choose Version Menu.
  • Tales From the Swamp with Actress Adrienne Barbeau (HD; 16:09) is a great little reminiscence by Barbeau, who talks about some of the trials the cast and crew had to endure to get Swamp Thing filmed.
  • Hey Jude with Actor Reggie Batts (HD; 14:43) with Batts stating being in the film was a blessing.
  • That Swamp Thing, a Look Back with Len Wein, Creator of Swamp Thing (HD; 13:20) finds Wein in fine form, talking about his initial desire to be an artist, which morphed into him writing for DC Comics.
  • Swamp Screen: Designing DC's Main Monster* (HD; 20:34) is an 88 Films featurette featuring production designer Robb Wilson King.
  • From Krug to Comics: How the Mainstream Shaped a Radical Genre Voice* (HD; 17:36) offers a reliably ebullient take on things from Kim Newman, in a piece done for 88 Films.
  • Theatrical Trailer (HD; 1:31)
  • Posters and Lobby Cards Photo Gallery (HD; 1:24)
  • Photos from the Film Photo Gallery (HD; 8;19)
  • William Munns' Behind the Scenes Photos Photo Gallery (HD; 1:24)
  • Behind the Scenes Photos by Geoffrey Rayle Photo Gallery (HD; 3:23)
  • Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Wes Craven. Craven is joined by moderator/questioner Sean Clark. Craven seems to have a sense of humor about the film, and no illusions about having made "Art", but he delivers a very interesting commentary that deals with some of the rigors of the shoot.
  • Audio Commentary with Makeup Effects Artist William Munn. Michael Felsher hosts this commentary, which is slightly more sporadic than the Craven commentary. Munn gives some biographical data about himself, but gets into some nice detail about a bunch of the effects in the film.
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