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on 30 August 2015
This is a great release from "EUREKA!" and if you are a big fan of this film, you need to buy this. The Blu-ray gets 4/5 from me, they have done a nice job, It comes with a reversible cover, but for me the one you see on amazon is the best, you also get a nice little 20 page booklet with information about the film, plus two discs a Blu-ray and DVD version of the film, and loads of bonus features. This is a top release and hopefully more classic films to come. I have seen the sequel, it was ok, and worth a watch it gets 3/5 from me.
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on 24 August 2015
it's 1946, in the small town of Texarkana, Texas-Arkansas a hooded murderer is terrorizing the community and making the local law enforcement desperate.
Based upon the real events that surrounded one of America's most baffling serial killers, this solidly made film is a compelling and generally underrated and lesser known film of the slasher genre yet one of the best. the film has an authentic feel of the era as well as a great atmosphere of dread with some beautiful shots. One thing I really liked about this movie along with the sequel/remake was its unusual shots.I loved the real sense of terror and threat and the strong performances by the cast as well as the small comic relief of the police officer.

This UK blu ray release specifically is incredible. I love the reversible cover art and it comes with a small book too which I am yet to read. The 1080p transition is beautifully done and does the formidable cinematography justice. As for features we get some interviews and a featurette I think but I haven't watched them yet.
definetly recommend any fan or interested movie-goer buy this '
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on 15 November 2017
bought as a Christmas present great film
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on 9 April 2016
exciting film shot like a documentary really enjoyed
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on 28 April 2016
Great product.
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on 30 January 2016
good film
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on 3 September 2016
Love a classic
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on 26 August 2015
Eureka have released a top notch version of an old classic, the town that dreaded sundown is not so much a horror but a murder mystery suspense thriller, in a small town a phantom killer has started to randomly strike out and lay waste to some of the towns youngsters, the local police call in experts to help try and solve the case but get no where as fast as the body count, based on true events the movie is exciting and thrilling most of the time, the killer looks great, Friday the 13th's sack head Jason was very much influenced by this movie I would say, the movie is well paced and well narrated throughout telling the story of how it all happened, if you love these oldie murder horrors its certainly worth getting, a breath of fresh air compared to your usual slashers, good story, great soundtrack, it does try to be slightly humorous at times which doesn't quite work but overall its great fun, great cast too.

Blu-ray has top notch HD picture 1080p (DVD also included)
Features include a commentary, interviews 27-min's, trailers.
You get a nice 20-page booklet and a reversible sleeve in a clear case.
Region B, 90-mins, 1976.
English subtitles.
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on 20 April 2015
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on 24 September 2015
Fantastic film blu-ray is great & get extra film on the dvd
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