Thinner might not be the most famous Stephen King adaptation out there, but that’s not stopping Scream Factory from putting it out on Blu-ray. The Collector’s Edition releases on January 23rd, 2024 and comes complete with a new audio commentary from producer Mitchell Galin and actor Joe Mantegna, a new audio commentary with film critic and historian Lee Gambin and novelist Aaron Dries, new interviews with director Tom Holland, actor Lucinda Jenny, and much more. You can pre-order the Collector’s Edition of Thinner right now from Scream Factory.

Of course, the first people to pre-order will also receive an 18″ X 24″ rolled poster featuring the original theatrical artwork while supplies last. If you’ve never seen Thinner, here’s a synopsis.

Based on the riveting best seller, Stephen King’s Thinner stars Robert John Burke (RoboCop 3) and Joe Mantegna (House Of Games) in a story of supernatural terror as one man faces a countdown to the ultimate excruciating payback. A 109-year-old Romani man (Michael Constantine, My Big Fat Greek Wedding), hell-bent on revenge for the death of his daughter, exacts a shocking curse that compels its victim to gorge himself in an effort to avoid shrinking away to nothingness. With time running out from this bizarre and relentless torture, the accursed man must find a way to reverse his predicament, though death is quickly becoming his only option.

Special Features Of Thinner Collector’s Edition

  • NEW Audio Commentary with Producer Mitchell Galin and Actor Joe Mantegna
  • NEW Audio Commentary with Film Critic/ Historian Lee Gambin and Novelist Aaron Dries
  • NEW “Weight Of The World” – Interview with Director Tom Holland
  • NEW “Thick And Thin” – Interview with Actor Lucinda Jenney
  • NEW “The Incredible Shrinking Man” with Special Make-Up Effects Artist Vincent Guastini
  • Audio Commentary with Tom Holland and Joe Mantegna
  • Vintage Featurette: “The Magic of Special Effects Make-Up”
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spot
  • Still Gallery

You can get Thinner from Scream Factory starting on January 23rd, 2024.

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