The dead zone /
After being in a coma for years, a man awakens with strange psychic abilities that come into effect whenever he touches someone.
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|Format:||Video Blu-ray Disc|
Universal City, CA :
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment,
|Summary:||After being in a coma for years, a man awakens with strange psychic abilities that come into effect whenever he touches someone.|
|Item Description:||Title from screens.|
Originally released as a motion picture in 1983.
Aspect ratio (1.85:1)
Bonus features include: Sarah's Story – an interview with actress Brooke Adams ; Cold Visions: Producing The Dead Zone featuring interviews with production manager John M. Eckert and associate producer Jeffrey Chernov ; audio commentary with director of photography Mark Irwin, film historian Michael Gingold, film historian/author Dr. Steve Haberman and filmmaker/film historian Constantine Nasr, film music historian Daniel Schweiger ; isolated score selections ; Trailers from Hell – Mick Garris on The Dead Zone ; Memories from The Dead Zone ; The Look of The Dead Zone ; Visions of The Dead Zone ; The Politics of The Dead Zone ; theatrical trailer ; TV Spots ; behind-the-scenes still gallery.
|Physical Description:||1 videodisc (approximately 103 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Format:||Blu-ray disc, region A; 1080p HD widescreen; aspect ratio:1.85:1; DTS-HD MA 5.1 or stereo sound formats; requires Blu-ray player.|
|Audience:||Rating: R; mild sex & nudity, mild profanity, moderate violence & gore.|
|Production Credits:||Cinematography, Mark Irvin ; editing, Ronald Sanders ; music composed and arrenged by Michael Kamen.|