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In the year 2046, a rescue mission is sent to the outer reaches of our solar system to salvage the Event Horizon, a prototype spaces hip missing for the last seven years, whose crew vanished without a trace. As the rescuers search for survivors, they discover the terrifying secrets that lie within the mysterious space ship.
Lawrence Fishburne and Sam Neill head up a strong cast as the reluctant leaders of a rescue mission sent to find out just what in the hell (literally) happened to the crew of a long-vanished experimental spacecraft in this dark and thundering descent of a horror film. Although this extremely stylish haunted spaceship movie may be guilty of ripping off half a dozen better films (including Don't Look Now, Hellraiser, and especially Andrei Tarkovsky's great Solaris), it's difficult to deny the gothic razorblade effectiveness of the end result. Not a "fun" film by any stretch of the imagination, but a thrillingly ruthless shocker that may leave more susceptible viewers in need of a long shower and a high-voltage night-light. For the full effect, watch it with all the lights off and the volume cranked up to 11. --Andrew WrightSee all Product Description
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So this is real specification of this edition:
Languages In Dolby Digital 5.1 - English and DTS - English
Languages In Dolby Digital Surround - Czech, Hungarian
Subtitles - English For The Hearing Impaired, English, Arabic, Bulgarian, Croat, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish
Audio Commentary By Director Paul W.S. Anderson And Producer Jeremy Bolt
5 Part Documentary: The Making Of Event Horizon
Deleted & Extended Scenes
The Un-Filmed Rescue Scene Storyboard Montage With Audio Commentary By Director Paul W.S. Anderson
Conceptual Art Montage With Audio Commentary By Director Paul W.S. Anderson
The Point Of No Return - Featurette
The balance between British and American characters plus an Australian also makes this film better for me because you get a little tired of having an all American cast in big films, no matter how good they are. The acting in the film is good as a consequence in this, all of these good actors being up to their full standards. As for the storyline, well, it doesn't get any better than a ship getting sucked down a black hole and coming back with an evil entity onboard which killed its crew and is bent on killing the rescue crew too. The Event Horizon is a stunning ship and the Gravity Drive is a stunning looking device to go in its heart - it's no wonder that Dr. Weir became obsessed with it.
But this film is a good example of how obsessions can become deadly, so watch out. The dark entity starts to make its presence known and eventually takes over Dr. Weir and kills most of the crew. It involves some fantastic scenes such as Justin depressurising in the air lock and some guy on a ship log recording pulling out his entrails though his mouth. Sounds gory? Yeah, it is, but don't let that put you off even if you really need to have a strong stomach for it. The end of the film gives nothing away, maybe because they might have done a sequal. It leaves you wondering if the entity is still here, but that's for the viewer to wonder about.
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I haven't watched the film yet. But everything was in order when it arrived.Published 1 month ago by Geraint Dilwyn Hopkins
A dark sci-fi thriller, and although it's a bit dated now, it has a good story line. If you like films like alien, you will more than likely like this too.Published 2 months ago by Gadgetman
Interesting concept, potentially perfectly able cast - both let down by a script riddled with the sort of clichéed writing that wouldn't be out of place in an episode of Dr... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kilrymont
Really enjoy Sci fi genre. Highly recommend this Movie. Odd,dark and horrific with good actors especially Fishburne and Neil.Was delivered quickly and was also a good price. Read morePublished 4 months ago by MC