Eureka Entertainment has just released the Vampyr Blu-ray Boxset. It’s a limited edition of just 3000 copies so you may want to be quick as many will have already been sold in pre-orders.
Vampyr (1932) is a classic horror film directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. It is well regarded amongst many film critics and cinema fans.
This new version is an all-new 2K digital restoration of the German version carried out by the Danish Film Institute. It really is nice to see these classic films receiving full restorations.
All-new 2K digital restoration of the German version by the Danish Film Institute, completed in 2020 after an extensive decade-long restoration process, with uncompressed mono soundtrack
Vampyr Blu-ray Boxset – Eureka Entertainment
As well as the new restoration this release is packed full of extras. This looks like an excellent release by Eureka Entertainment.
- Limited Edition Hardbound Slipcase
- New 2K Digital Restoration
- Optional Unrestored Audio Track
- Two Audio Commentaries: Critic/Programmer Tony Rayns & Guillermo del Toro
- Visual Essay by scholar Casper Tybjerg
- New Interview with Author/Critic Kim Newman
- Two New Interviews with music/Cultural Historian David Huckvale
- Carl Th. Dreyer (1966) – A Documentary by Jörgen Roos
- Two Deleted Scenes (Removed by the German censor in 1932)
- The Baron – A short MoC Documentary about Baron Nicolas de Gunzburg
- Optional English Subtitles
- A 100 Page Book
You can purchase it now from Amazon for £24.99) (Prices correct as of 29.05.22).
Alternatively you can purchase it directly from Eureka Entertainment from £25.99.
the Vampyr Blu-ray Boxset releases on 30th May 2022 in the UK.
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Vampyr (1932) Theatrical Trailer
I’ll leave you with the trailer so you can make up your own mind on whether or not this film would make a fitting edition to your blu-ray collection.
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Will you purchasing this latest Eureka release? It really is a genuinely creepy and unsettling vampire film.
The film’s 90th anniversary blu-ray boxset looks like a fitting way to mark the ocassion.
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