With a budget set for a chintzy amount of just $3 million dollars, I think it's pretty safe to say that after raping the box office for almost $47 million dollars, nister was a HUGE financial success. And now word has come that the film is headed to Blu-ray this February to try and cash-in even more. Will it get its hands in your pockets? Read on for all the details.
From the producer of Paranormal Activity and Indious, comes the gripping new horror film, nister, starring Ethan Hawke (Daybreakers), arriving on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital Copy and UV), DVD (plus Digital Copy and UV), Digital Download, Video On Demand and Pay-Per-View February 19 from Summit Entertainment, a LIONSGATE company. Directed and co-written by Scott Derrickson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose) and co-starring Juliet Rylance (Animal), Fred Dalton Thompson (TV's "Law & Order"), James Ransone (The Next Three Days), Clare Foley (Win Win) and Michael Hall D'Addario (People Like Us), nister is a terrifying and intelligent new take on the found footage genre.
The nister Blu-ray and DVD both include audio commentaries, deleted scenes and multiple featurettes that provide fascinating inght into the pulse-pounding thriller. nister will be available on Blu-ray Disc and DVD for the suggested retail price of $39.99 and $29.95, respectively.
Ten years ago, true crime writer Ellison Oswald (Hawke) made his reputation with a best-selling account of a notorious murder. Now, desperate to replicate the success of his first book, he moves his family into a home where the previous occupants were brutally executed and a child disappeared, hoping to find inspiration in the crime scene. In the home, Ellison discovers a cache of terrifying home movies, unwittingly opening the door into a nightmarish mystery.
Special Features Include:
Audio commentary with director Scott Derrickson
Audio commentary with writers Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill
"Living in a House of Death" featurette
"True Crime Authors" featurette
Deleted scenes with optional audio commentary with director Scott Derrickson
Source: the 'Bid