Down [Blue Underground]

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When the express elevators in New York City’s 102-story Millennium Building start to malfunction, elevator mechanics Mark (James Marshall of TWIN PEAKS) and Jeff (Eric Thal of THE PUPPET MASTERS) are sent to find the cause. After a series of gruesome and deadly “accidents” occur, Mark joins forces with spunky reporter Jennifer (Naomi Watts of THE RING), who’s on the hunt for a juicy story. As the death toll rises and the building is sealed off amid claims of terrorism, Mark and Jennifer attempt to unravel the horrifying secret behind the mysterious behavior of the bloodthirsty lift before it takes them – and the entire city – DOWN!

Michael Ironside (SCANNERS), Edward Herrmann (THE LOST BOYS), Dan Hedaya (COMMANDO), and Ron Perlman (HELLBOY) co-star in this big-budget remake of THE LIFT helmed by original Writer/Director Dick Maas (AMSTERDAMNED). Previously released on home video in a cropped full-frame transfer as THE SHAFT, Blue Underground is now proud to present DOWN in a brand-new widescreen 2K restoration from the original negative, approved by Dick Maas!

Language(s)
Dutch, English

Optional Subtitles
English, English SDH, Español

Aspect Ratio
Widescreen 1.66:1 / 16×9

Audio Specs
BLU-RAY: Dutch: 5.1 DTS-HD; Dutch, English: 2.0 DTS-HD / DVD: Dutch: 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround EX; Dutch, English: Dolby Digital Stereo

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Dick Maas and Stunt Coordinator Willem de Beukelaer
  • The Making of DOWN
  • Behind-the-Scenes Footage [Blu-ray Exclusive]
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Teaser Trailers
  • Poster & Still Gallery
  • BONUS Collectable Booklet with new essay by author Michael Gingold
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