This special edition transfer to DVD comes with an array of impressive special or bonus features. They include a photo gallery, two 45-minute documentary/featurettes ("Acting Carrie" and "Visualizing Carrie"), a Stephen King piece on the writing of Carrie, "Carrie: The Musical," and the usual theatrical trailers. The picture is presented in widescreen anamorphic format (1.85:1 aspect ratio), and the soundtrack options include English Dolby Digital 5.1, English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono, French Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono, and Spanish Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono, with subtitles available in Spanish and French. Closed-captioning is also included. Sound and picture quality are fairly sharp considering that this DVD version comes from a '70s movie.
Epic artwork and a nice quality paint job on this economy steel. Great film! Must see!
This review is from Carrie [SteelBook] [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Still one of the best teenage horror movies
Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
The classic Brian De Palma film is worth having in any person's horror library. Most of the actors in this movie were relatively unknown in this 1976 film, but gave stellar performances which made this movie stand the test of time. The dynamics between Carrie and her mother are especially memorable. The special effects may be primitive by today's standard, but they still pack a punch.
Not only is this one of my favorite books by Stephen King, it is also one of the best movie adaptations ever made. This is the horror genre at its finest, with an outstanding cast of actors and an excellent script. This movie will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. The picture and audio quality on this Blu-ray release are near perfect. An absolute must for any horror fan!
"Carrie" is one heck of a movie. It's horror and drama all wrapped up in one. Sissy Spacek plays the timid Carrie White, a girl who is tormented by her classmates, and abused by her religious fanatic mother, Margaret (Piper Laurie). No one likes her, except for her gym teacher Miss Collins (Betty Buckley), but after a terrible prank in the girls locker room, one of the pranksters, Sue Snell (Amy Irving) feels sorry for what she did and asks her popular football player jock boyfriend Tommy (William Katt) to ask Carrie to the prom. He agrees and for once, the audience is happy for Carrie, seeing she is having a great time at the prom, but the evil Chris Hargenson (Nancy Allen) decides to pull a prank on Carrie that proves all too deadly. This film is fantastic. It is a cross between drama (the first half) and complete horror (the second half). The weird thing is, you really do feel sorry for Carrie! The way she is tormented by her classmates and her mother is awful, but the viewer knows about her new "powers" and she really makes use of them during that prom! By the way, in case anyone is confused by this, Carrie was imagining her classmates laughing at her, they really weren't. Based on the novel by Stephen King, it spawned numerous imitations and was followed by a sequel 23 years later.
If you have not seen this movie then you have been living under a rock for the past 40 years… Brian de Palma rocks with his directing in this amazing film… It all leads up to the infamous promising that is choreographed and executed to the up most flawless direction… Spoiler alert… Bring out the tissues!!! If you have not seen this movie then you have been living under a rock for the past 40 years… Brian de Palma rocks with his directing in this amazing film… It all leads up to the infamous prom scene that is choreographed and executed to the upmost flawless direction… Spoiler alert… Bring out the tissues