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Sixteen-year-old Alice Palmer tragically drowns while swimming in the local dam and in the days that follow her grieving family begins to experience a series of strange and inexplicable events. Seeking the help of a parapsychologist, their search for answers reveals that Alice had been living a disturbed life and hiding dark secrets. Something had haunted their daughter and the terrifying truth awaits at Lake Mungo.

Special Features:

  • Archive audio commentary by Producer David Rapsey and DoP John Brawley
  • New audio commentary by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas and Emma Westwood
  • Captured Spirits: an interview with DoP John Brawley
  • Ghost in the Machine: an interview with Producer David Rapsey
  • A Cop and a Friend: an interview with Actors Carole Patullo & James Lawson
  • Kindred Spirits: Filmmakers Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead on Lake Mungo
  • Hosting Spirits: Filmmaker Rob Savage on Lake Mungo
  • Simulacra and Spirits: a video essay by film writer Josh Nelson
  • Autopsy of a Family Home: a video essay by filmmaker Joseph Wallace
  • Deleted scenes

Limited Edition Contents:

  • Rigid slipcase
  • Perfect-bound booklet with new essays by Sarah Appleton, Simon Fitzjohn, Rich Johnson, Mary Beth McAndrews and Shellie McMurdo, interview with actor James Lawson by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas plus rare behind-the-scenes photos
  • 3  collectors’ art cards
studio:
Second Sight
Run Time:
87 mins approx
Director:
Joel Anderson
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Rosie Traynor

David Pledger

Martin Sharpe
Subtitle Languages:

English SDH

Theatrical Release Year:
2008
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
Free

Lake Mungo - Limited Edition Blu-ray

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Sixteen-year-old Alice Palmer tragically drowns while swimming in the local dam and in the days that follow her grieving family begins to experience a series of strange and inexplicable events. Seeking the help of a parapsychologist, their search for answers reveals that Alice had been living a disturbed life and hiding dark secrets. Something had haunted their daughter and the terrifying truth awaits at Lake Mungo.

Special Features:

  • Archive audio commentary by Producer David Rapsey and DoP John Brawley
  • New audio commentary by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas and Emma Westwood
  • Captured Spirits: an interview with DoP John Brawley
  • Ghost in the Machine: an interview with Producer David Rapsey
  • A Cop and a Friend: an interview with Actors Carole Patullo & James Lawson
  • Kindred Spirits: Filmmakers Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead on Lake Mungo
  • Hosting Spirits: Filmmaker Rob Savage on Lake Mungo
  • Simulacra and Spirits: a video essay by film writer Josh Nelson
  • Autopsy of a Family Home: a video essay by filmmaker Joseph Wallace
  • Deleted scenes

Limited Edition Contents:

  • Rigid slipcase
  • Perfect-bound booklet with new essays by Sarah Appleton, Simon Fitzjohn, Rich Johnson, Mary Beth McAndrews and Shellie McMurdo, interview with actor James Lawson by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas plus rare behind-the-scenes photos
  • 3  collectors’ art cards
studio:
Second Sight
Run Time:
87 mins approx
Director:
Joel Anderson
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Rosie Traynor

David Pledger

Martin Sharpe
Subtitle Languages:

English SDH

Theatrical Release Year:
2008
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
Free

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Excellent horror/doc hybrid

Australia has become the home to some really great horror films of the past and this underappreciated, lesser seen gem of a film adds to that cannon of cinema. Constructed like a documentary and using home/found footage to support the twisting narrative, Lake Mungo not only has twists you can’t see coming but an unsettling tone that buries itself deep under your skin. This set from the ever might Second Sight does justice to a film that deserves a fanfare like this. Watch, absorb, scare yourself silly

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