Arrow Video will release the American Slasher film Edge of Sanity (1989) on blu-ray this June 2022 in the UK.
This horror sees Anthony Perkins play Dr. Henry Jekyll / Jack “The Ripper” Hyde as it mixes elements from both stories. Now come on that has you intrigued? Or is that just me?
Supporting Perkins in this strange horror are Glynis Barber and David Lodge. The film comes from director Gérard Kikoïne.
Edge of Sanity Blu-ray – Arrow Video
There’s good news as the Edge of Sanity Blu-ray comes with a brand new 2K restoration by Arrow Films. That will do very nicely, well done Arrow.
Although I’ll need to check just how good the picture quality is for myself it certainly seems like a good release.
- High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) Presentation
- Original Uncompressed Stereo Audio
- Optional English Subtitles
Brand new 2K restoration from the original 35mm camera negative by Arrow Films
- New Audio Commentary by writer David Flint / Author & Filmmaker Sean Hogan
- Over the Edge: New Interview with Stephen Thrower (Author of Nightmare USA)
- Jack, Jekyll and Other Screen Psychos: New Interview with Dr Clare Smith (Jack the Ripper in Film & Culture)
- French Love: Interview with Director Gérard Kikoïne
- Staying Sane: Gérard Kikoïne Discusses Edge of Sanity
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Reversible Sleeve
- Illustrated Collector’s Booklet (First Pressing Only)
You can pre-order now on bluray from Amazon for £17.99 (Prices correct as of 14.06.22).
Alternatively you can purchase directly from Arrow’s website for £18.00
Edge of Sanity Blu-ray releases on 20th June 2022 in the UK.
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Let Us Know What You Think
It good to see Arrow Films restoring more titles and this one has me intrigued.
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