More Hi-Def Horror – Henry Goes Blu

If you’ve never seen Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, then you’re missing out on one of the single greatest and most disturbing true crime movies to date. In just a few weeks acquainted fans with the tech will be able to dig on his special breed of mayhem in 1080p!

On September 29th Dark Sky Films presents a modern American horror classic on Blu-ray for the first time – Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.

Michael Rooker (The Bone Collector, The Replacement Killers) gives a chilling performance as Henry, a drifter who leads an ex-jail mate on a killing spree in Chicago, choosing victims at random and varying the execution method to avoid detection.

Director John McNaughton provides running commentary on the Blu-ray disc, which also includes deleted scenes and outtakes, documentaries about the making of the film and about the real Henry Lee Lucas, storyboards, trailers, and a stills gallery.

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More Hi-Def Horror - Henry Goes Blu

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Steve Barton

You're such an inspiration for the ways that I will never, ever choose to be.

  • mikesnoonian

    yeah, if you have the special edition, I don’t see the need to pony up for this.

    such a disturbing film though. The camcorder sequence…*shudder*

  • Didn’t See It Coming

    This is one of the few movies I can’t see benefiting from the quality boost of Blu-ray. In fact, any movie shot on 16 mm doesn’t seem to benefit.