On August 23rd Warner Archive will be making the 1973 TV movie Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark available for the first time on DVD, completely remastered in a special edition, and we have an exclusive clip from it!
Synopsis: It’s back! The classic TV MOW directed by John Newland that continues to cast a spell almost 40 years after it was first broadcast, in a new remastered and enhanced edition.
Sally (Kim Darby) and Alex Farnham’s (Jim Hutton) marriage has a sinister wedge driven through it when her occult “imaginings” threaten to derail his career after they inherit Sally’s grandmother’s house.
Also starring Barbara Anderson and William Demarest.
In addition to the film, the DVD contains a “superfan” commentary track by yours truly along with screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick (Final Destination) and Fangoria’s Sean Ably.
Check out the exclusive clip below, and pre-order your copy today from Warner Archive.
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