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Christopher Webster [DVD News 12.05.17] post apocalyptic drama

Severin Films will release a newly restored edition of the infamous, life-altering post-apocalyptic TV movie Threads on January 30th! Along with The Day After and Testament, Threads is still the most visceral and devastating cultural expression of nuclear winter ever put to film.

In September 1984, Threads was aired on the BBC and shocked tens of millions of UK viewers. Four months later, it was broadcast in America on TBS and became the most watched basic cable program in history.

After more than three decades, Threads remains one of the most acclaimed and sought after made-for-television PA movies of all time.

About the film:
Reece Dinsdale (Coronation Street), David Brierly (Doctor Who) and Jane Hazelgrove (Casualty) star in this “graphic and haunting” (People Magazine) docudrama about the effects of a nuclear attack on the working-class city of Sheffield, England as the fabric of society unravels.

[Read: Post-Apocalyptic Movie Review: THREADS]

Directed by Mick Jackson from a screenplay by novelist/playwright Barry Hines (Ken Loach’s KES) and nominated for seven BAFTA Awards, “the most terrifying and honest portrayal of nuclear war ever filmed” (The Guardian) has now been fully restored from a 2K scan for the first time ever.

Severin will also release a limited, numbered edition of 3500 with a lenticular cover.

Special Features:
- Audio Commentary with Director Mick Jackson Moderated By Film -
Writer Kier-La Janisse and Severin Films' David Gregory
- Audition For The Apocalypse: Interview With Actress Karen Meagher
- Shooting The Annihilation: Interview With Director Of -
Photography Andrew Dunn
- Destruction Designer: Interview With Production Designer -
Christopher Robilliard
- Interview With Film Writer Stephen Thrower
- US Trailer

There's no release date yet, but rest assured, we will let you know where it's up for pre-order!

Recommended Release: The Day After

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