Director John Carpenter returns to the suburban landscape he explored so chillingly in Halloween (1978) with this lean, stripped-down adaptation of the Stephen King best-seller about a haunted car with a devilishly bad attitude and the teen underdog who falls head-over-heels for her chrome-accented charms. Shortly after geeky, horn-rim-sporting Arnie Cunningham (Keith Gordon) narrowly escapes a beating at the hands of shop-class bully Buddy Repperton (William Ostrander) on the first day of his senior year, he soon falls prey to a far more duplicitous villain in the form of a rusted-out 1958 Plymouth Fury nicknamed "Christine" by its crusty owner George LeBay (Roberts Blossom) -- who sells wide-eyed Arnie the old hulk despite the protests of best friend Dennis (John Stockwell) and the admonition of his domineering parents. As Arnie sets to the task of restoring Christine, his hobby grows into an obsession -- and the real power that hums beneath her hood begins to emerge, seemingly granting newfound coolness and sex appeal to the once-nerdy outcast, while simultaneously drawing away his very soul. A vengeful spirit, Christine lashes out violently at those who dare to stand between her and Arnie -- starting with Repperton and his gang, who completely trash the car, but are soon hunted down one by one and pulverized beneath the whitewalls of the miraculously-restored Fury. When Arnie's pretty, popular girlfriend Leigh (Alexandra Paul) begins to suspect she may soon be on the receiving end of automotive vengeance, she calls on Dennis for help... but a frightening midnight ride in Christine convinces Dennis that Arnie's only hope lies in destroying the demonic vehicle.~Cavett Binion
Keith GordonArnie Cunningham
John StockwellDennis Guilder
Alexandra PaulLeigh Cabot
Robert ProskyWill Darnell
Harry Dean StantonRudolph Junkins
Christine BelfordRegina Cunningham
Roberts BlossomGeorge LeBay
David SpielbergMr. Casey
Richard CollierPepper Boyd
Bruce FrenchMr. Smith
Stephen KingBook Author
Donald M. MorganCinematographer
Alan HowarthComposer (Music Score)
John CarpenterComposer (Music Score)
Daniel LominoProduction Designer
John LoggiaProduction Designer
William Joseph Durrell, Jr.Art Director
Barry BernardiAssociate Producer
Mark TarlovExecutive Producer
William Joseph Durrell, Jr.Set Designer
Darryl LevineCostume Designer
Steve MaslowSound/Sound Designer
Roy ArbogastSpecial Effects
Larry FrancoFirst Assistant Director
Ben R. ScottStunts
Norman L. HowellStunts
Roy ArbogastSpecial Effects Supervisor
Psychological Thriller,Supernatural Horror
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray
Christine [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] 
I forgot how great this movie was, and the creepy the music made it! Christine was always one of my all time favorite scary movies growing up...I really felt how easy it would be to lose control and if a car like this could take down bullies in High school. The temptation to a still young mind would be very hard to turn away without the right guidance!
The storyline gets you hooked from beginning to end with the help of the great cast and dialog, plenty of quotes. Well written!!
Dolby Vision on an my OLED panel.
Steel case option.
Atmos mix was close to the 7.1 on my 11.2 (7.2.4) which is a pleasant one but not an upgrade.
Early Stephen King work. The story revolves around a high school boy and his evil car. Well written with plenty of suspense and horror. As usual, Steven King has an abundance of characters including the car Christine. It could be titled a boy and his car.
awesome 35th anniversary edition 4K HDR and Blu-ray release with digital copy .
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
A Surprise in Many Ways
Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.
Firstly, this is not a 5 star movie (though it's still quite good, surprisingly) but it is a 5 star presentation. If you do your research, you'll learn that the back cover of this steelbook is blank white (cream) aside from a logo. But the front cover more than makes up for it. I was immediately drawn to this while looking at it online several times, and I wasn't disappointed when I finally had it in my hands. From an A/V perspective, this disc exceeds expectations- very natural and cinematic look plus a punchy audio presentation that I found very clear and effective.