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From master of terror Brian De Palma comes this stylish psychological thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final frame.
Carter Nix (Lithgow) is a respected psychologist, loving husband and devoted father who decides to take a year off to help raise his daughter. Carters wife Jenny is pleased to have her attentive husband home: at first.
When Carter shows obsessive behavior toward their daughter, Jenny becomes concerned, and to complicate matters, Jennys old flame re-enters her life. But nothing can prepare her for the emergence of Carters multiple personalities, and a fiendish plot to recreate the infamous experiments of his deranged father.
Scream Factorys Collectors Edition release of Raising Cain is one that not only well represents the film with supplemental material and a great presentation; it actually IMPROVES the film as well. With the new directors cut, Raising Cain absolutely now needs another look and to be re-assessed. The films new narrative is so much stronger and more faithful to just being a De Palma film, its actually just flat out better and actually a good solid thriller instead of a bit of a decent one that s a little harder to swallow (Or comprehend). This is a must have for De Palma fans and those who love seeing really different cuts of films. --Why So Blu, August 22, 2016
- Theatrical Version of the film
- NEW interviews with actors John Lithgow, Steven Bauer, Gregg Henry, Tom Bower, Mel Harris and editor Paul Hirsch
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Director’s Cut of the Film featuring scenes reordered as originally intended
- NEW Changing Cain: Brian De Palma’s Cult Classic Restored featurette
- NEW Raising Cain Re-Cut – a video essay by Peet Gelderblom
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The directors cut starts with the scenes of Jenny shopping for the clocks and leaving one for each of the men then panicking that she left them each the wrong clock with a personal note that will expose her. If you have not seen the theatrical version you think her husband Carter is a normal guy with a cheating wife. This builds tension more than knowing from the first scene in the theatrical version that he is an insane kidnapper of women and children.