Arrow Video has just released 90’s crime thriller Wild Things on 4K and blu-ray in the UK.
Wild Things 4K Ultra HD / Blu-ray Limited Edition released on Monday this week packed full of extras.
Wild Things (1998) has an all-star cast that includes, Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillon, Neve Campbell, Denise Richards, Theresa Russell, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Robert Wagner and Bill Murray.
Wild Things 4K Ultra HD / Blu-ray Limited Edition
There’s good news as both the Original Theatrical Version and the Unrated Edition have received new 4K restorations meaning the picture quality should be excellent.
New 4K restorations of both the Original Theatrical Version and the Unrated Edition from the original camera negatives by Sony Pictures Entertainment
- Exclusive New Audio Commentary by Director John McNaughton & Producer Steven A. Jones
- Commentary by Director/Cinematographer/Producers/Editor/Composer
- Exclusive New Interview with John McNaughton
- Exclusive New Interview with Denise Richards
- Making of Documentary
- An Understanding Lawyer Outtakes
- Illustrated Collector’s Booklet
- Double-sided Fold-out Poster
- Six Double-sided Postcard-sized Lobby Card Reproductions
- Reversible Sleeve
You can purchase it now from Amazon or HMV for £29.99 (4K UHD) & £24.99 (Blu-ray) (Prices correct as of 26.05.22).
Alternatively you can purchase directly from Arrow Video’s website for £30 & £25.
Wild Things 4K Ultra HD / Blu-ray Limited Editions released on 23rd May 2022 in the UK.
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