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The Thing (Blu-ray) £8.49 @ Play

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Horror-meister John Carpenter teams Kurt Russell's outstanding performance with incredible visuals to build this chilling version of the classic The Thing.

In the winter of 1982, a twelve-man research team at a remote Antarctic research station discovers an alien buried in the snow for over 100,000 years. Soon unfrozen, the shape-shifting alien wreaks havoc, creates terror and becomes one of them...


Feature Commentary with John Carpenter & Kurt Russell
The Thing: Terror Takes Shape
Production Background Archive
Production Photographs
Production Art and Storyboards
Location Design
Production Archives
The Saucer
The Blairmonster
Outtakes
Post Production
Theatrical Trailer
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#1
I have this on blu ray and this is my fav Carpenter film, the picture is ok on this but it is abit grainy, it is better than the dvd but it do have the grain.
#2
The PQ on this blu ray is fantastic. Completely different experience to the dvd. Recommend the upgrade if you already own it on dvd.
#3
Love this music's also very catchy.
#4
They are currently making a prequel to this which I predict will be....
#5
sparky.shark
Love this music's also very catchy.
Ennio Morricone i believe did the score, that guy is a legend himself.
#6
Wish they still did 'proper' horror films like this. A sequel at the time would no doubt have been good, one brought out now will be a load of s?!t.
#7
Have it on HD disk already, but at that price cant resist for my ps3!
#8
Awesome film.
I was scared s******* watching this back in the 80's.
#9
Blender
sparky.shark
Love this music's also very catchy.
Ennio Morricone i believe did the score, that guy is a legend himself.

Great soundtrack, great composer, great film. The music totally complements the icy, claustrophobic atmosphere of the movie.

Although I don't think I'd describe it as 'catchy'! :D
#10
one of my all-time favorite horror films, along with John Carpenter's The Fog.
#11
On my Ipod...awesome film..
#12
alex_dis
Blender
sparky.shark
Love this music's also very catchy.
Ennio Morricone i believe did the score, that guy is a legend himself.


Great soundtrack, great composer, great film. The music totally complements the icy, claustrophobic atmosphere of the movie.

Although I don't think I'd describe it as 'catchy'! :D


Love his music from the western films.
banned#13
philmitchell
I have this on blu ray and this is my fav Carpenter film, the picture is ok on this but it is abit grainy, it is better than the dvd but it do have the grain.

That's weird I was going to say the picture is perfect, i didn't notice any grain. Just a few blemishes here and there, which is to be expected from a 28 year old film.
#14
Nearly 30 years on and this is still one of the finest horror films ever made which makes this deal hotter than Keeley Hazell in a microwave.
#15
the begining with the chopper and the husky is pure genius
#16
boltyboy
Awesome film.
I was scared s******* watching this back in the 80's.


Let's not forget. When this first came out, it was a cutting edge shocker of the finest degree. No cgi. It's lost its impact since first release as cinema audiences are slightly more sophistocated. It's an amazing film and I can never quite remember who gets infected on repeat viewing.
#17
matedodgy
boltyboy
Awesome film.
I was scared s******* watching this back in the 80's.


Let's not forget. When this first came out, it was a cutting edge shocker of the finest degree. No cgi. It's lost its impact since first release as cinema audiences are slightly more sophistocated. It's an amazing film and I can never quite remember who gets infected on repeat viewing.

It bombed at the cinema because audiences wanted cuddly aliens like ET.

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