The Last House on the Left: Collector’s Edition Unrated
Craven helped redefine American horror with this début. But, unlike his fellow directors, Craven gives his film an uncomfortable verisimilitude, setting it squarely in the heartland of modern America. While at times it’s awkward and inconsistent, with distracting comic interludes, his handling of the brutal horror scenes is unsettling, and the death of the daughter is an unexpectedly quiet and lyrical moment.
- Outtakes and dailes with never-before-seen footage, including the lost murder sequence (never been seen in any form) and the disembowelment scene
- Making-of documentary (30 min.)
- “Forbidden Footage” featurette exploring the film’s most shocking scenes
The installment where we finally say good-bye to cotton the fabric of our lives. Oh sorry wait not that cotton but the poor man who was wrongfully accused of killing Sidney’s mother in Scream, only to be released by the relentless Gale so that he could be the hero in Scream 2. Ah what wonderful amount of twists and turns so far.