This movie has always been so good, I'm glad it's getting the love it deserves.
Lou Diamond Phillips, Jeff Kober and Tracy Griffith are all awesome in this.
It's definitely a creepy movie and still translates amazingly well.
Not only are there some scary, amazingly effective scenes, there are also some impressive stunts, all done practically.
Something you don't see too much of in today's cinema.
Then the whole thing is topped off with an equally creepy, off-kilter score by the legend Stewart Copeland!
The picture is definitely improved from all previous releases.
I'm so used to seeing this on VHS and cable television so this blu-ray viewing was really special.
Both the picture and audio are great.
We also get special features:
A 32 minute interview with the iconic Lou Diamond Phillips, where he shares some interesting stories from the making of this movie, as well as a few others.
There's also a 17 minute interview with actor Jeff Kober, where he shares some amazing insights and the details behind his approached to researching and shaping his character.
And lastly, the original theatrical trailer.
Blu-Ray comes with a reversible sleeve, with new cover art on one side and the original theatrical poster on the other.
This release is quality, I thought it was a Shout Factory release until I popped the disc in.
Apparently it's a team-up with Kino Lorber and Scorpion Releasing.
Great job on this!
As always, great pricing from Amazon too.