80s fantasy classic “Labyrinth” is getting a 30th Anniversary 4K UHD & Blu-ray combo Steelbook release
On September 19th you’ll be able to pick up this 30th Anniversary release of Labyrinth, which looks set to be the very first 4k UHD steelbook release.
For those peasants still stuck on lowly 1080p, a Blu-ray disc is also included.
The Artwork here is a placeholder, so may or may not be final.
Thanks to reader JP Stockwell for the heads-up!
Pre-orders are live right now:
A 16-year old girl (Academy Award® winner Jennifer Connelly, Best Supporting Actress, A Beautiful Mind, 2001) is given 13 hours to solve a dangerous and wonderful labyrinth and rescue her baby brother when her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King (David Bowie). Celebrate the 30th anniversary of this beloved fantasy classic from visionary filmmaker Jim Henson, now fully remastered in 4K.
2 Disc Blu-ray Steelbook
- Disc 1 – Blu-ray
- Disc 2 – 4K Ultra HD
4K Ultra HD provides the best possible Home Entertainment experience, featuring:
- 4X the resolution of Full HD
- High Dynamic Range (HDR) for more detail, vivid colour and greater contrast.
For playback in 4K with HDR, you need:
- 4K UHD TV with HDR
- Ultra HD Blu-ray Player
- High-Speed HDMI 2.0A Cable
- “Reordering Time: Looking Back at Labyrinth” – Jennifer Connelly and the Henson Family reflect on this classic film, 30 years later – recounting their experiences, the groundbreaking nature of the puppetry and the enduring legacy of the film.
- “The Henson Legacy” – celebrate Jim Henson’s lasting imprint on the world of filmmaking, puppetry, and above all, imagination as his family discusses his work and takes us behind the scenes at the “Centre of Puppetry Arts”, which features The Jim Henson Collection and over 100 puppets from Labyrinth
- “Remembering the Goblin King” – Remembering David Bowie with co-star Jennifer Connelly, and Jim Henson’s children Brian Henson and Cheryl Henson
- Labyrinth Anniversary Q&A – Hosted by Mythbuster’s Adam Savage with participants Brian Henson, David Goelz and Karen Prell and surprise guest Sharl Weiser
- Theatrical Trailer
- The Storytellers: Picture-in-Picture Track
- Commentary by Conceptual Designer Brian Froud
- Making-Of Documentary “Inside the Labyrinth”
- “Journey Through the Labyrinth: Kingdom of Characters & The Quest for Goblin City” featurette