If you think you're Christmas Holiday is in need of a jolt then it's time to hide behind the sofa as the box office smash and terrifying psychological thriller The Strangers comes knocking on your door on 26th December 2008 on DVD and Blu-Ray from Universal Pictures UK. And exclusive to DVD and Blu-Ray you can look forward to unseen footage that will chill you to the bone!
In his directorial debut, Bryan Bertino's film, based on true events, will have you on the edge of your seat as a trio of psychotic, motiveless killers terrorise an unknown couple for one simple reason... because they were home.
It was meant to be the perfect end to a dream day as young couple Kristen McKay (Liv Tyler, Lord of the Rings) and James Hoyt (Scott Speedman, Underworld Evolution) retire back to the family summer cottage for a romantic weekend following a friends wedding. But nothing could prepare them for what lay ahead.
In the middle of the night there is a long hollow knock on the door. Disturbed and alarmed by the late night caller, the couple answer the door to a young girl looking for her friend, but instantly they know something is wrong.
In that one single action, they unleash an unimaginable rain of psychological terror as a masked group stalk them throughout the night. There desire is not to murder but to terrorise and hunt. James and Kristen are trapped and alone as their hunters cut all lines of communication and despite their best efforts, enter their home and mentally torture them, making them question their own sanity and their trust for each other.
Will the couple escape their predator's clutches? Will they make contact with the outside world to save them? Will they discover why they have been chosen as victims?
The Strangers is a master class in suspense horror and if you're looking to be scared out of your stockings this Christmas then make the most of those Christmas vouchers and own it on DVD or Blu-Ray.
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Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.