Carrie 1976
Brian De Palma's "Carrie", based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, is one of the benchmark horror films of American cinema.

Carrie White (Spacek) is a lonely teenage girl who is incapable of fitting in either at school, where she is tormented by her classmates, or at home, where she is abused by her insanely religious mother Margaret (Laurie). Her anger, at herself and her tormentors, is subsumed into herself where it manifests itself in her burgeoning telekinetic powers. These begin as small acts of defiance - an ashtray flipped over onto the floor, a nasty little boy pushed off his bike when he calls her "creepy Carrie" - but the power disturbs her and it troubles her mother even more. Margaret, whose response to Carrie's first period - which has resulted in a particularly cruel bit of bullying - is to say "So you're a woman now", beat her and lock her in a closet, decides that her daughter is a witch. For her part, Carrie becomes increasingly reluctant to take the abuse from her mother. So when the best looking boy in the school, Tommy Ross (Katt), is persuaded by his girlfriend Sue (Irving) to ask Carrie to be his date for the Prom, it seems that Carrie is about to come into her own. But life is about to play a horrible trick on Carrie through the mean-spirited machinations of Chris (Allen), the ringleader of the bullies, and her dim boyfriend Billy Nolan (Travolta). Their trick, involving a bucket of pigs' blood balanced precariously over the stage of the high school gym, is nasty and ingenious, but they aren't prepared for the consequences of their action when it tips Carrie over the edge from anger into pure, destructive rage.

Director: Brian De Palma
Cast: Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie, Amy Irving, William Katt, John Travolta, Nancy Allen, Betty Buckley
Country: USA
Genre: Horror

2 x BD50 | 1080p AVC | 01:38:09 | 74 Gb + 3% rec
Language: English
Subtitles: English


Disc One (Feature Film):

Theatrical Trailer (1080p; 2:06)

Carrie Franchise Trailer Gallery (1080p; 4:12)

Disc Two (Special Features):

-- Writing Carrie (1080p; 29:07) features screenwriter Lawrence Cohen.
-- Shooting Carrie (1080p; 15:22) features director of photography Mario Tosi.
-- Cutting Carrie (1080p; 25:09) features editor Paul Hirsch.
-- Casting Carrie (1080p; 16:03) features casting director Harriet B. Helberg.
-- Acting Carrie (1080p; 42:42) is an archival piece features interviews with principal cast and crew.
-- More Acting Carrie (1080p; 20:19) features new interviews with William Katt, Nancy Allen, Betty Buckley, Piper Laurie, Edie McClurg and P.J. Soles.
-- Visualizing Carrie (1080p; 41:33) is another archival piece, this one covering the adaptive process.
-- Bucket of Blood (1080p; 23:53) features composer Pino Donaggio.

Horror's Hallowed Grounds (1080p; 11:25) visits some of the film's locations.

Carrie, the Musical (1080p; 6:23) is an archival piece on the infamous flop musical.

More Carrie:
-- TV Spots (1080p; 3:11)
-- Radio Spots (1080p; 1:29)
-- Still Gallery - Rare Behind the Scenes (1080p; 4:54)
-- Still Gallery - Posters and Lobby Cards (1080p; 3:56)
-- Stephen King and the Evolution of Carrie Text Gallery (1080p) features several pages of text arranged into three main categories which document King's work on Carrie.

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