The Premonition

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The mid-1970s saw the rise in popularity of films centring on the subject of parapsychology, led by Carrie - Brian De Palma's classic tale of telekinetic terror. Precognition, or future sight, would be the topic under exploration in Robert Allen Schnitzer's contribution to the psychic craze: the chilling and much-overlooked The Premonition. Mother Sheri Bennett (Sharon Farrell, Night of the Comet, Sweet Sixteen) is assailed by terrifying visions in which a strange woman attempts to steal away her five-year-old daughter Janie. Are these bizarre occurrences the result of some sort of mental disturbance, or is something much more sinister afoot? Featuring a haunting score from accomplished classical composer Henry Mollicone, The Premonition has remained unjustly obscure over the years but is heralded as a true classic of '70s US horror moviemaking by genre aficionados.

Special Features

  • 2K restoration from original film elements
  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
  • Original Mono Audio
  • English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Introduction to the film by Nightmare USA author Stephen Thrower
  • Isolated Score
  • Audio commentary with producer-director Robert Allen Schnitzer
  • Pictures from a Premonition – brand new making-of documentary featuring interviews with Schnitzer, composer Henry Mollicone and cinematographer Victor Milt
  • Archive interviews with Schnitzer and star Richard Lynch
  • Trailers and TV Spots
  • Three Robert Allen Schnitzer short films: Vernal Equinox, Terminal Point and A Rumbling in the Land
  • 4 “Peace Spots”
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly-commissioned artwork by The Twins of Evil
studio:
Arrow Video
Run Time:
94mins approx
Director:
Robert Allen Schnitzer
Actor:
Sharon Farrell

Edward Michael Bell

Jeff Corey
Theatrical Release Year:
1976
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
A

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Arrow Films - Join the Cult!

The mid-1970s saw the rise in popularity of films centring on the subject of parapsychology, led by Carrie - Brian De Palma's classic tale of telekinetic terror. Precognition, or future sight, would be the topic under exploration in Robert Allen Schnitzer's contribution to the psychic craze: the chilling and much-overlooked The Premonition. Mother Sheri Bennett (Sharon Farrell, Night of the Comet, Sweet Sixteen) is assailed by terrifying visions in which a strange woman attempts to steal away her five-year-old daughter Janie. Are these bizarre occurrences the result of some sort of mental disturbance, or is something much more sinister afoot? Featuring a haunting score from accomplished classical composer Henry Mollicone, The Premonition has remained unjustly obscure over the years but is heralded as a true classic of '70s US horror moviemaking by genre aficionados.

Special Features

  • 2K restoration from original film elements
  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
  • Original Mono Audio
  • English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Introduction to the film by Nightmare USA author Stephen Thrower
  • Isolated Score
  • Audio commentary with producer-director Robert Allen Schnitzer
  • Pictures from a Premonition – brand new making-of documentary featuring interviews with Schnitzer, composer Henry Mollicone and cinematographer Victor Milt
  • Archive interviews with Schnitzer and star Richard Lynch
  • Trailers and TV Spots
  • Three Robert Allen Schnitzer short films: Vernal Equinox, Terminal Point and A Rumbling in the Land
  • 4 “Peace Spots”
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly-commissioned artwork by The Twins of Evil
studio:
Arrow Video
Run Time:
94mins approx
Director:
Robert Allen Schnitzer
Actor:
Sharon Farrell

Edward Michael Bell

Jeff Corey
Theatrical Release Year:
1976
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
A

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