Henry : Portrait of a Serial Killer 20th Anniversary Special Edition

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  • Features
    - and more.
    - Tom Towles
    - Tracy Arnold
    - The Making of Henry' allnew 52 minute documentary by David Gregory featuring interviews with Michael Rooker
    - 30 minute documentary (from The Serial Killers) on Henry Lee Lucas
    - Commentary with Del Tenney
    - Deleted Scenes and Outtakes with commentary by John McNaughton
    - Photo Gallery
    - Reversable DVD sleeve featuring banned artwork from controversial artist Joe Coleman (View artwork)
    - Still Gallery
    - Storyboard
    - Theatrical Trailers
  • Genre
  • Country:
    United States
  • Disc number:
    2
  • Format:
    DVD
  • Language:
    ENG
  • Production year:
    2005
  • Rating:
    NR
  • Region code:
    0
  • Release date:
    9/27/2005
  • Running time:
    83
  • Features
    - and more.
    - Tom Towles
    - Tracy Arnold
    - The Making of Henry' allnew 52 minute documentary by David Gregory featuring interviews with Michael Rooker
    - 30 minute documentary (from The Serial Killers) on Henry Lee Lucas
    - Commentary with Del Tenney
    - Deleted Scenes and Outtakes with commentary by John McNaughton
    - Photo Gallery
    - Reversable DVD sleeve featuring banned artwork from controversial artist Joe Coleman (View artwork)
    - Still Gallery
    - Storyboard
    - Theatrical Trailers
  • Genre
  • Country:
    United States
  • Disc number:
    2
  • Format:
    DVD
  • Language:
    ENG
  • Production year:
    2005
  • Rating:
    NR
  • Region code:
    0
  • Release date:
    9/27/2005
  • Running time:
    83

Synopsis

2-Disc Special Edition

'One of the 20 scariest movies of all-time!' - Entertainment Weekly

Michael Rooker is unforgettable as Henry, a soft-spoken loner with a cool exterior masking an inner rage that boils at blast furnace intensity.

When fellow ex-con Otis invites Henry to move into his Chicago apartment, he becomes a willing participant in Henry‘s senseless, random killing sprees. Meanwhile, Otis‘ unsuspecting sister, Becky (Tracy Arnold) is smitten with Henry, whose broken childhood mirrors her own.

Masterfully directed by John McNaughton, HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER is a chilling character study of a mass murderer that continues to shock and disturb twenty years after its debut.

- New High Definition transfer from original 16mm film negatives, supervised by director John McNaughton

- Digitally Remastered 2.0 Stereo

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