Brandon Cronenberg’s brilliant sci-fi horror “Possessor” is getting a new 4K Limited Edition release from Second Sight in March

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The folks at Second Sight are giving the Possessor the Limited Edition treatment, loaded with all of their usual on-disc and in-box extras, and due for release on March 18th. As with all previous UK releases, this will be the uncut version of the film.

Pre-orders are live now, and we’ll more links as we get them.

Pre-order: Zavvi | HMV | Rarewaves | Second Sight (payment taken straight away)

An elite corporate assassin takes control of other people’s bodies using brain-implant technology to execute high-profile targets. With each hit comes a stronger lust for blood, throwing the whole operation into jeopardy.

Special Features:

  • Dual format edition including both UHD and Blu-ray with main feature and bonus features on both discs
  • UHD presented in Dolby Vision HDR approved by Director Brandon Cronenberg and Director of Photography Karim Hussain
  • New audio commentary by Brandon Cronenberg, Producer Rob Cotterill, Karim Hussain and Special Effects Artist Dan Martin
  • This Unfamiliar Life: a new interview with Brandon Cronenberg
  • Inside the Machine: a new interview with Karim Hussain
  • Feel the Real: a new interview with Rob Cotterill
  • Disassociating from Mind and Body: Zoë Rose Smith on Possessor
  • Camera Test Footage
  • FX Show and Tell with Dan Martin
  • Archive featurette: A Heightened World – A Look at Possessor
  • Archive featurette: Identity Crisis – Bringing Possessor to Life
  • Archive featurette: The Joy of Practical – The Effects of Possessor
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Short Film: Please Speak Continuously and Describe Your Experiences as They Come to You
  • Trailer

Limited Edition Contents:

  • Rigid slipcase with new artwork by Marko Manev
  • 120-page book featuring extensive behind the scenes gallery, script-to-screen comparisons, new essays by Stacey Abbott, Anton Bitel, Jon Towlson and Heather Wixson
  • 6 collectors’ art cards



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2 Responses

  1. azbeef says:

    Too bad it’s not the uncut version of the film. If it was, I would definitely go for this.

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