Master Of Horror: Cigarette Burns (DVD)
- Audio commentary with director John Carpenter
- Audio commentary with writers Drew McWeeny & Scott Swan
- Behind the Scenes: The Making of Cigarette Burns
- Working with a Master: John Carpenter
- Celluloid Apocalypse: An interview with John Carpenter
- On set: An interview with Norman Reedus
- John Carpenter bio
- Still gallery
- DVD-ROM: Screenplay
- DVD-ROM: Screen saver
- Closed Captioned
Film is magic. And in the right hands, it can be a weapon. For on-the-ropes movie programmer Kirby Sweetman (Norman Reedus), the holy grail of cinema is Le Fin Absolue du Monde, a legendary lost movie whose sole showing was rumored to have driven its audience to a homicidal frenzy. But as Kirby gets closer to the truth about the film, he's sucked into a private hell of grisly hallucinations and brutal acts of violence. Now the only surviving print of the film is within his grasp and the most horrific screening of all is about to begin. Top-notch Bonus Features include: An interview with John Carpenter; Audio commentary; Director retrospective featuring other MOH directors, stars of Carpenter films and more B-roll footage; DVD-ROM screenplay and screensaver; Dolby Digital 5.1 sound; Widescreen Presentation. The exclusive 'From Script to Screen' featurette has a runtime of 37 minutes.
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One of the best in the Masters of Horror series!
Posted by: redandblack6s
from Winston-Salem, NC on
06/05/2009This is definitely one of the best films from the Masters of Horror series. My wife and I loved it! It has a great plot, very intriguing. I have all of the Masters of Horror films and most of them are one hour long. This is one I wish was longer, but don't get me wrong, it's powerful for a one hour movie. John Carpenter is at his best. There's also some great actors as well. All around a great movie, I highly recommend it! Also, I recommend buying both seasons of the Masters of Horror collection as a whole, they're cheaper that way. But, if you're buying them seperately, a few I would recommend are Valerie on the Stairs, The Fair Haired Child, and The Black Cat.
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John Carpenter hits it again!!
Posted by: Horrorman
from Indiana on
10/14/2007Very intriguing story and well directed and acted. This is a must see of the MOH series. Enjoy
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