Cujo (Region A Blu-ray)

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Description

Based on the Stephen Kings terrifying novel a lovable St. Bernard becomes rabid and terrorizes a small community. In rural Maine, married couple (Dee Wallace, Daniel Hugh-Kelly) struggle to repair their crumbling marriage, while their young son (Danny Pintauro) befriends the hulking, but lovable St. Bernard owned by the towns mechanic (Ed Lauter). with her husband out of town, she and her son take their decrepit car for repairs at the mechanics remote farmhouse. As the aging Pinto sputters, stops and dies, Cujo appears. The once docile dog has undergone a hideous transformation and has become a demonic, impeccable killer possessed of an almost supernatural strength and unholy cunning. Lewis Teague (CATS EYE) directed this critically acclaimed spine-chilling tour-de-force.

Product Details

Barcode
887090051606
Department
Movies & TV
Released
22 Jan 2013
Type
Movies
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Drama
Sub-genre
Horror
Region
Region A
Studio
Olive Films
Runtime
93 min
Age Restriction
R
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Cujo
Release Year
1983
Running Time
93 min
Language
English
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Animals / Killer / Mutants / Theatrical Release / Violence
Ratings
IMDb
6.1
Rotten Tomatoes®
61% 45%
Metacritic
57
Synopsis
Based on Stephen King's novel about a new England family beset by a murderous terror: the family dog.
Release Notes
DVD Features:
  • Region 1
  • Note: New 2012 audio commentary by director Lewis Teague
  • Widescreen
Audio:
  • English
Poster
Poster for Cujo
Cast & Crew
Director
Lewis Teague
Star
Daniel Hugh Kelly / Ed Lauter / Christopher Stone / Dee Wallace
Composer
Charles Bernstein
Story
Stephen King
Featured
Danny Pintauro
Movie Critics
New York Times
"...Suspenseful and scary. The performances are simple and effective..."
Janet Maslin (13 Aug 1983, p.13)
Variety
"...Well-made....[The] lensing is very attractive....Charles Bernstein's score is nicely modulated..."
Cart. (17 Aug 1983, )