The Wicker Man 4K Ultra HD, a 1973 cult horror film like new

A cult film made in 1973, The Wicker Man is the work of Robin Hardy, the director, and above all of Anthony Shaffer, screenwriter of Le Limier, specialist in double-bottomed stories.

A radical Anglican, Sergeant Howie lands on an island in search of a missing girl. But quickly, he discovers a liberated population, prey to profane and pagan rites organized by a very wealthy Lord.

The Make my Day collection, always more beautiful

Here is one of the few successful films on the question of pagan rites that Ari Aster will remember for Midsommar. A rarity published on September 4 for the first time in 4K Ultra HD at Studiocanal on the occasion of its 50th anniversary (also available in the Make my Day collection by JB Thoret).

Dolby Vision HDR and new bonuses

An edition which should offer several versions of the film restored in 4K with HDR Dolby Vision label as well as new bonuses: a module on filming locations, a focus on Shaffer and Hardy, Robin Hardy's original script and an unpublished interview by Britt Ekland. Pretty impressive restored trailer below, for those familiar with the artwork on an antique copy.