Nic Roeg's cult sf classic starring David Bowie as an extraterrestrial visitor returns to UK cinemas in September in a 4K restoration. Now Studiocanal have confirmed the details for the Blu-ray and DVD releases.
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Horror thriller The Neighbour in cinemas & VOD August, DVD October
19 August 2016
In the small town of Cutter, Mississippi, army veteran John and his wife Rosie live on a run-down ranch, dreaming of one day escaping to Mexico. To raise the cash John runs illicit errands for his uncle. On the day they plan to finally leave Cutter, Rosie disappears. John thinks his mysterious neighbour, Troy, might have something to do with it, and breaks into his house that night. Thinking that his mysterious neighbour, Troy, might have something to do with it, he elects to investigate, but discovers a secret far more sinister than he could ever imagine.
The writer/director and star of hit horror films The Collector and The Collection team up again for another wildly effective and ruthlessly nasty trapped-in-the-house thriller, that could almost be the third in the series. As before, director Marcus Dunstan (also the writer of Saw IV, V and VI) puts his star Josh Stewart through hell as a war vet fighting to save his girlfriend from the clutches of a truly dangerous maniac.
The Neighbour will have its UK premiere at Horror Channel FrightFest Sunday 28th August 2016. It will then be released in UK cinemas and on VOD on 16th September, and on DVD on 31st October, courtesy of Arrow Films.
No details of extra features have been confirmed as yet.