3 thoughts on “Lifeforce [Limited Edition Steelbook] [Blu-ray]

  1. Director’s Cut – Finally Available of a Crazy, Trashy, Almost Classic Horror/SF Movie ::contains spoilers::::This Review is of the Shout Factory/Scream Factory Blu-Ray Version Only::I remember seeing LIFEFORCE with friends in a New York City movie theatre, and then we spent most of our time hooting at the screen over the gobs of gratuitous-seeming nudity, some laughably unconvincing effects (especially of a then-unknown to the US Patrick Stewart, whose death is meant to be horrifying – but is hilarious thanks to him suddenly turning into a literally-bloody…

  2. Space Vampires! What More Could You Ask For, Sci-Fi Horror at it’s Finest I remember when this movie came out and it made an impression that’s for sure and I’ve always wanted to own it so I bought it on blu-ray.Video and audio quality are excellent, no complaints there at all.Yes there’s plenty of nudity in it so it’s certainly not for kids, but that’s not all, the movie does have a great story, at least I think it is. I’m a big fan of sci-fi and horror, especially vampires, and this combines both. The vampires in this are a bit different in that they…

  3. excellent buy if bluray is produced by Shout Factory Have seen both versions, ~ 2 hr(bluray) and shorter (dvd). The shorter version was shown in US theatres while longer version was shown in UK, etc.If the bluray/dvd is produced by “Shout Factory” then you get:Bonus FeaturesAudio Commentary with Director Tobe HooperAudio Commentary with Makeup Effects artist Nick MaleyNew interviews with Mathilda May, Steve Railsback and Director Tobe HooperTheatrical TrailersTV SpotStill Gallery…

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