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The Tall Man Hits Blu-ray and DVD on September 25th

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It’s going to be interesting to see which camp you fall in when The Tall Man hits home video in just a few weeks. Love it? Hate it? Would rather forget it? The choice will be yours. Read on for details.

From the Press Release
When does myth give way to reality? For the tiny, isolated hamlet of Cold Rock, the line between what’s real and what’s not becomes all too frighteningly real… Coming off its national theatrical engagement, Image Entertainment unleashes The Tall Man on Blu-ray™, DVD and digital download September 25th.

Written and directed by Pascal Laugier (Martyrs), the film stars Jessica Biel (Total Recall, The Illusionist), Jodelle Ferland (Cabin in the Woods, Silent Hill), Samantha Ferris (Grace) and Stephen McHattie (300, Watchmen), The Tall Man appears on Blu-ray™ for an SRP of $29.97 and DVD for an SRP of $27.97.

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In an isolated, slowly dying mining town, children are vanishing without a trace – abducted, the townsfolk whisper, by a mysterious entity known locally as “The Tall Man.” Town nurse Julia Denning (Jessica Biel) seems skeptical…until her young David disappears in the middle of night. Frantic to rescue the boy, Julia lives every parent’s darkest nightmare in this terrifying, shock-around-each-corner thriller.

Filled with twists and turns that both thrill and chill, The Tall Man is an unforgettable journey into the dark recesses of what has been heralded as “the first sociological horror thriller ever” (Anything Horror).

Available in collectible “O-card” packaging, The Tall Man Blu-ray™ and DVD feature an 8-minute deleted scene and a visual concepts gallery.

The Tall Man Hits Blu-ray and DVD on September 25th

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Steve Barton

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  • G.D.

    Completely forgettable.

  • Vanvance1

    If you read the interviews with Laugier it’s easy to understand what he’s attempting to do here. It’s unfortunate that he doesn’t succeed but it’s a noble misfire.

    Insulting is when you get a paint-by-numbers work of passionless cliches posing as a movie. This is a film that respects it’s audience and tries to subvert their expectations.

    Again, it doesn’t work but I admire his ambition and hope his next film will better realize some of his unusual directorial goals.

  • The Woman In Black

    Count me in the “rather forget it” camp. Total waste of time – and a bit insulting to boot – as far as I’m concerned.