Stephen King: Eureka! taking a bite out of Cujo with limited edition Blu-ray


Decades after being man’s best movie, Stephen King’s Cujo is getting the limited edition Blu-ray treatment from Eureka!. It’s time to take the dog out..

Stephen King fans, Cujo is about to pee in the house…

According to The Hollywood News, Eureka! is letting the dogs out. After years of frightening films fans, Lewis Teague’s Cujo is getting proper love on Blu-ray. Featuring over seven hours of bonus content (newly produced/archival), the 2-disc set comes encased in a stunning cardboard case and streets Apr. 29. US fans, this is a UK exclusive and region B locked.

Don’t let Cujo off the leash while checkout out the cover art and stunning special features below:

Eureka! Limited Edition 2-Disc Blu-ray:

  • Hardbound Slipcase, featuring newly commissioned artwork by iconic British illustrator Graham Humphreys
  • Reversible sleeve featuring artwork by Justin Osbourn and original poster artwork
  • PLUS: A LIMITED EDITION 60-PAGE Collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Lee Gambin, author Scott Harrison, and Craig Ian Mann; illustrated with archival imagery from the film’s production.


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  • 1080p presentation of the film, on Blu-ray for the first time ever in the UK
  • Uncompressed LPCM mono soundtrack
  • Optional English SDH subtitles
  • New and exclusive feature length audio commentary by Lee Gambin, author of Nope,
  • Nothing Wrong Here: The Making of Cujo
  • New interviews with Dee Wallace [40 mins], composer Charles Bernstein [35 mins], stuntman Gary Morgan [25 mins], stuntwoman Jean Coulter [21 mins], casting director Marcia Ross. [20 mins],  visual effects artist Kathie Lawrence [13 mins], special effects, designer Robert Clark [12 mins], dog trainer Teresa Miller [28 mins]
  • Dog Days: The Making of Cujo – archival documentary on the film’s production [42 mins]

DISC TWO [Limited Edition Only]:

  • Q&A with Dee Wallace from “Cinemaniacs & Monster Fest 2015”, moderated by Lee Gambin [96 mins]
  • New interview with critic and author Kim Newman [25 mins]

Years since hitting our senses, Cujo still stands as the ultimate man-verses-beast flick. Pitting the legendary Dee Wallace against a rabid canine, nothing’s made man’s best friend as scary as the 1983 classic. Well, that or The Sandlot — All hail the Beast.

The tenth novel from the immortal King, “Cujo” was turned into a film only two years after its 1981 publication from Viking Press. Winning the British Fantasy Awards’ coveted August Derleth trophy, the Warner Bros. release does the novel justice. Then again, that’s for you to chew on like a dog toy.

To pre-order your copy of Eureka!’s Cujo Blu-ray, head over to Amazon today. But hurry, this dog runs away after 4000 units sold.

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