The Last House on the Left Collector's Edition
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  • Rated: Unrated
  • Genre: Horror
  • Year: 2009
English: Mono
English / Subtitled
The Last House on the Left Collector's Edition
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Horror
  • Year: 2009
English: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
English SDH, Spanish, French


Before horror fans Saw the current wave of shockers featuring fiercely Hostel villains, Wes Craven delivered this "important genre landmark" (Science Fiction Horror and Fantasy Film Review) that's thrilling, disturbing, action-packed and filled with unrelenting terror.

On their way to a rock concert, two teenagers (Sandra Cassel and Lucy Grantham) are kidnapped by a gang of escaped convicts. Although they put up the fight of their lives, the girls are drugged, tossed in a car trunk and driven into the woods by the savage, murderous gang... only to wake up to a horror they could not have imagined. Filled with shocks, twists, turns and action, this knuckle-whitening film "never lets us out from under almost unbearable dramatic tension."(Roger Ebert)

Disc Information

**Unrated Feature Blu-ray

**Audio Commentary by Director Wes Craven and Producer Sean Cunningham
**Audio Commentary with Actors David Hess, Marc Sheffler and Fred Lincoln
**Still Standing: The Legacy of The Last House on the Left Featurette with Wes Craven
**Celluloid Crime of the Century Documentary
**Scoring Last House Featurette
**Tales That'll Tear Your Heart Out Unfinished Short Film by Wes Craven
**Deleted Scene: Mari Dying at the Lake
**Never-Before-Seen Footage
**It's Only a Movie Featurette
**Outtakes & Dailies
**Forbidden Footage
**Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Tony Goldwyn ... John Collingwood
Monica Potter ... Emma Collingwood
Sara Paxton ... Mari Collingwood
Garret Dillahunt ... Krug
Aaron Paul ... Francis
Spencer Treat Clark ... Justin
Riki Lindhome ... Sadie


David Edelstein New York Magazine | March 16, 2009

Extremely entertaining if you don't mind being morally corrupted at every juncture.

Peter Hartlaub San Francisco Chronicle | March 13, 2009

The action scenes are particularly gripping.

Kyle Smith New York Post | March 13, 2009

The remake is much glossier but also takes place mostly in real time, using long takes, genuinely disturbing violence and stretches with no dialogue to pin you to the story.

Stephen Cole Globe and Mail | March 13, 2009

A deliberate, underplayed horror movie that is truly shocking.

Lisa Kennedy Denver Post | March 13, 2009

Unlike the slew of Michael Bay- produced slasher remakes, this is not an idea-free flick. And Craven (shepherding producer on this remake) believes in character. More, he believes, in engaging what the word "horror" means.

Tom Maurstad Dallas Morning News | March 13, 2009

In this era of torture porn, this film seems intent on reconnecting audiences with the power and intensity of real-life, even quiet and casual creepiness.

Jeannette Catsoulis New York Times | March 13, 2009

I suspect the movie's sound designers deserve some kind of an award: thanks to them, the damage one can inflict with small appliances and a giant grudge is all too clear.


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