American Werewolf in London 4k Release Comes With A Hand Transformation Statue
40 years after its release, An American Werewolf in London is celebrated with an exclusive, exclusive collectors’ set.
With the recent 40th anniversary of one of the greatest horror comedies ever made, a American werewolf in London is celebrated with an exclusive 4K Ultra HD movie release and a Hand Transforming Statue. American werewolf in London was first released on VHS in 1981 and was written and directed by the famous John Landis. The iconic horror comedy is best known for its incredibly intense werewolf transformation scene that single-handedly helped special effects artist Rick Baker win the first-ever Academy Award for Best Makeup.
Through Zavvi, fans can now buy a American werewolf in London Limited Edition Collector’s Set that includes a 4K Ultra HD copy of the film, a Hand Transforming Statue, shots, actor commentary, and more. The statue sees an incredible replica of the infamous hand transformation halfway through David Kessler’s transformation into a werewolf. This exclusive Collector’s Pack is limited to 1,000 units, combining its rarity and unique content into a must-have for fans of the iconic film and its director.
Although the werewolf transformation scene only lasted a little over two minutes, the dramatic scene took over a full week to complete filming thanks to the massive amount of special effects. From false legs, hands and toes to the added hair, Baker went all out in the effects of this film, giving horror fans one of the greatest special effects scenes the genre has ever seen. 40 years after its initial VHS release, fans of the iconic horror comedy a American werewolf in London can now own the film in 4K HD, complete with a statue of the film’s most iconic moment.
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