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Released: 2011-09-13

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The Frighteners [Blu-ray] by Universal Studios Home Entertainment

The Frighteners [Blu-ray]

Movie Details

Studio
Universal Studios Ho
Rated
Unrated
Binding
Blu-ray


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In The Frighteners, Michael J. Fox stars as Frank Bannister, a small-town “ghostbuster” in league with the very spirits he's supposed to be exorcising. The scam works well until a powerful spirit goes on a murderous rampage, forcing Frank to find a way to stop the diabolical ghoul in this special-effects packed supernatural chiller that's so fiendishly entertaining, it's frightening.

Editorial Review

One movie lover's nightmare is another's raucous joyride, and this special effects-laden horror comedy is bound to split both camps right down the middle. (Or, as Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide puts it, “definitely not for all tastes but a wild time for those who get into it.”) Michael J. Fox plays a psychic investigator who can actually see ghosts, and lives with a trio of undead spirits who scare people to promote Fox's ghost-busting business. In a town infamous for serial killings, a new series of deaths prompts Fox to induce his own out-of-body experience so he can battle death in a spirit-plagued netherworld where evil reigns supreme–or something like that. So much happens in this chaotic film that you might feel like you're watching several movies at once–a slasher pic, a supernatural thriller, and a black comedy all rolled into a nonstop showcase for grisly makeup and a dozen varieties of special effects. It's an odd but wildly inventive film from New Zealand director Peter Jackson, who earned critical acclaim for his previous film Heavenly Creatures and would later create the ingenious pseudo-documentary Forgotten Silver. –Jeff Shannon

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Binding
Blu-ray
Aspect Ratio
2.35:1
Disks
2
Picture Format
Widescreen

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