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ALL 5 FILMS FROM DON COSCARELLI'S ICONIC HORROR FRANCHISE TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME ON DVD
(Standard Definition (1.78:1)/Dolby Digital Audio 5.1, Mono and Stereo / 1978 / Color / R /90 minutes)
Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Don Coscarelli, Michael Baldwin (Mike), Angus Scrimm (The Tall Man), and Bill Thornbury (Jody)
Graveyard Carz Episode
Interviews from 1979 with DOn Coscarelli and Angus Scrimm
PHANTASM II: THE BALL IS BACK
(Standard Definition (1.85:1)/Dolby Digital Audio 5.1 and Stereo / 1988 / Color / R / 95 minutes)
Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Don Coscarelli and Stars Angus Scrimm and Reggie Bannister
The Ball is Back: The Making of PHANTASM II
TV Spots and Trailers
PHANTASM III: LORD OF THE DEAD
(Standard Definition (1.78:1)/Dolby Digital Audio 5.1 / 1993 / Color / R / 91 minutes)
Audio Commentary with Director Don Coscarelli and Editor Norman Buckley
Balls of Steel: Bob Ivy's Stunt for the Ages
PHANTASM IV: OBLIVION
(Standard Definition (1.78:1)/Dolby Digital Audio 5.1 / 1998 / Color / R / 90 minutes)
Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Don Coscarelli and Stars Reggie Bannister and Angus Scrimm
Behind the Scenes
PHANTASM V: RAVAGER
(Standard Definition (1.78:1)/Dolby Digital Audio 5.1 / 2016 / Color / NR / 86 minutes)
Audio Commentary with Director David Hartman and Writer/Producer Don Coscarelli
Behind the Scenes
Phuntasm: Bloopers and Outtakes
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My thoughts, its a fun last run at the series some very good parts and some bad parts but all for all I enjoyed it, if your considering buying this your probably a hardcore Phantasm Phan and if that's the case this is essential to complete the Phantasm experience. Just don't go in expecting too much, sit back and enjoy one last encounter with the Tallman.
Phantasm is possibly one of the most frightening and bizarre films ever made. By modern standards this film should be completely terrible, because anyone else attempting to make a film with the same ingredients would surely screw it up: grave robbers, walking corpses, shrunken corpses reanimated, mortuaries, a flying sphere with deadly intentions, aliens and/or interdimensional travel, reanimated fingers, and a singing ice cream salesman. Sound bizarre? It is. Does it work? You better believe it!
When I first saw this film I was in college watching it in a friends dorm room on HBO. In the final scene of the film, I literally tipped the chair over backwards in surprise. It scared the living daylights out of me.
Coscarelli permeates the film with unease. The viewer is never quite sure if what he is watching is reality or some dream/nightmare world that the characters are being subjected to. The result is a fine film that delivers on chills and confuses you just enough to allow you to be surprised by events that wouldn't normally go together, but somehow do here.
Definitely rent or buy this one!