SUBTITLES: English SDH
VIDEO: 1080p High Definition / 1.85:1
AUDIO: English 5.1 DTS-HD MA
1962 / B & W
Special Features: Isolated Score Track / Trailers and TV Spots
Limited Edition of 3,000 Units
“Blake Edwards, whose direction of Breakfast at Tiffany's gave no evidence of such an exhilarating talent for the suspense genre, here gives every sign of having one of the sharpest directorial minds in the immediate vicinity.”
—The New York Herald Tribune
“An exercise in steely style, with the audience split between its concern for the victim and its fascination with the psycho’s activities…Edwards’ classical feel for pure cinema remains unalloyed.”
—Time Out London
Experiment in Terror (1962) is director/producer Blake Edwards’s chilling excursion into atmospheric neo-noir, focusing on a San Francisco working girl (Lee Remick) stalked by a wheezing psychopath (Ross Martin) intent on forcing her to rob the bank where she works…or else. Fearing for the safety of her younger sister (Stefanie Powers) even more than for her own, our heroine pluckily makes secret contact with an FBI agent (Glenn Ford), hoping to foil the psycho before he can carry out his sinister threats. Featuring lush black-and-white cinematography by Philip Lathrop and a smoky, jazz-inflected score from Henry Mancini, available here as an isolated track.
Enjoy the extensive Julie Kirgo liner notes and film art packaged with the Blu-ray disc.