Arrow Video - Join the Cult!

Brian De Palma followed the huge success of Carrie with another slice of telekinetic horror, upping the ante by featuring more than one psychic.

John Cassavetes gives his most sinister performance since Rosemary's Baby as a man who kidnaps the telepathic son of his colleague (Kirk Douglas), aiming to turn him and similarly gifted individuals into human weapons. Meanwhile, Gillian (Amy Irving), is worried enough about the destructive potential of her own powers to agree to be institutionalised - but is the Paragon Institute all that it's cracked up to be?

De Palma pulls out all the stops with some spectacular set-pieces (including one that will put viewers off fairground rides for life), before a spectacularly explosive climax that unforgettably demonstrates why Gillian is so afraid of her powers. She can trigger nosebleeds without any effort, so how much damage can she do when she's actually trying to hurt someone?

Special Features

  • Blood on the Lens: An interview with Cinematographer Richard H. Kline
  • Spinning Tales: Fiona Lewis on starring in The Fury
  • The Fury - A Location Journal: An interview with Sam Irvin, intern on The Fury, author of the film's shooting diary and then correspondent for Cinefantastique magazine
  • Original archive interviews from the 1978 promotional tour, featuring Brian De Palma, producer Frank Yablans and stars Carrie Snodgress and Amy Irving
  • Double Negative: A short film tribute to Brian De Palma by Sam Irvin, starring William Finley
  • Gallery of behind-the-scenes production images
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Jay Shaw
studio:
Arrow Video
Run Time:
113 mins approx.
Certificate:
18
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Brand:
Arrow Video
Director:
Brian De Palma
Actor:
Kirk Douglas
Subtitle Languages:

English SDH

Theatrical Release Year:
1978
Region:
B

The Fury

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Arrow Video - Join the Cult!

Brian De Palma followed the huge success of Carrie with another slice of telekinetic horror, upping the ante by featuring more than one psychic.

John Cassavetes gives his most sinister performance since Rosemary's Baby as a man who kidnaps the telepathic son of his colleague (Kirk Douglas), aiming to turn him and similarly gifted individuals into human weapons. Meanwhile, Gillian (Amy Irving), is worried enough about the destructive potential of her own powers to agree to be institutionalised - but is the Paragon Institute all that it's cracked up to be?

De Palma pulls out all the stops with some spectacular set-pieces (including one that will put viewers off fairground rides for life), before a spectacularly explosive climax that unforgettably demonstrates why Gillian is so afraid of her powers. She can trigger nosebleeds without any effort, so how much damage can she do when she's actually trying to hurt someone?

Special Features

  • Blood on the Lens: An interview with Cinematographer Richard H. Kline
  • Spinning Tales: Fiona Lewis on starring in The Fury
  • The Fury - A Location Journal: An interview with Sam Irvin, intern on The Fury, author of the film's shooting diary and then correspondent for Cinefantastique magazine
  • Original archive interviews from the 1978 promotional tour, featuring Brian De Palma, producer Frank Yablans and stars Carrie Snodgress and Amy Irving
  • Double Negative: A short film tribute to Brian De Palma by Sam Irvin, starring William Finley
  • Gallery of behind-the-scenes production images
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Jay Shaw
studio:
Arrow Video
Run Time:
113 mins approx.
Certificate:
18
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Brand:
Arrow Video
Director:
Brian De Palma
Actor:
Kirk Douglas
Subtitle Languages:

English SDH

Theatrical Release Year:
1978
Region:
B

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