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Highlander Collector’s Edition 4K Unboxing

“There can be only one”. That logic can certainly now apply to the home entertainment releases of Highlander, as StudioCanal have just dropped the definitive edition of the iconic 1986 cult classic. This is a truly stunning and lavish release that celebrates the beloved film while also reminding us – as if we needed that reminder – that physical media will always be the best. Every aspect of this release is crafted with absolute love and care, and the result is an absolutely essential part of any home media collection.

Synopsis

He fought his first battle on the Scottish Highlands in 1536. He will fight his greatest battle on the streets of New York City in 1986. His name is Connor MacLeod. He is immortal. After surviving a wound that should have killed him during a clan battle in the Scottish Highlands in 1536, Connor MacLeod (Christopher Lambert) is banished from his village. Years later, he is met by Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez (Sean Connery), a swordsman who teaches MacLeod the truth about himself – he is immortal; one of a race of many who can only die when the head is cut from the body. He must fight his way through the centuries until the time of The Gathering, when the few immortals who have survived the ages will come together to fight until only one remains. In New York City the final fight is about to begin, and in the end, there can be only one…

This incredible Collector’s Edition contains…

  • UHD and Blu-ray discs
  • 64 page booklet with brand new essays
  • Prequel comic #1 The Way of the Sword
  • Set of 4 badges
  • Poster
  • Artcards

Bonus Features

  • HE IMMORTAL ATTRACTION OF HIGHLANDER
  • A KIND OF MAGIC: MUSIC OF THE IMMORTALS
  • CAPTURING IMMORTALITY
  • Audio Commentary with author Jon Melville
  • Audio Commentary with Russell Mulcahy
  • Audio Commentary with William Panzer and Peter Davis
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