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From the author of The Exorcist comes one cinema's most unique and extraordinary films, now hailed as a cult classic.

Army psychiatrist Colonel Kane is posted to a secluded gothic castle housing a military asylum. With a reserved calm he indulges the inmates' delusions, allowing them free rein to express their fantasies. But some are wary of the newcomer and his methods. There may be more to Kane than meets the eye and the insanity escalates towards an explosive revelation.
 

Bonus Features:
 

  • Audio Commentary by Writer/ Director William Peter Blatty
  • 'The Writer/ Producer/ Director' - Interview With William Peter Blatty
  • 'Confessions of Kane' - Interview With Actor Stacy Keach - 'The Debrief Of Sgt. Christian' - Interview With Actor Stephen Powers
  • 'Designing The Configuration' Interviews With Production Designer William Malley and Art Director J. Dennis Washington
  • 'Killer On My Mind' - Interview With Soundtrack Composer Barry De Vorzon
  • 'The Party Behind The Curtain' - Interviews With Actors Tom Atkins, Jason Miller, Richard Lynch and William Peter Blatty
  • Mark Kermode Introduction Featurette
  • Deleted Scenes and Outtakes
studio:
  • Second Sight
Run Time:
  • 113 mins approx.
Director:
  • William Peter Blatty
Certificate:
  • 15
Actor:
  • Stacy Keach
  • Scott Wilson
  • Jason Miller
  • Neville Brand
  • Ed Flanders
Aspect Ratio:
  • 16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen
Main Language:
  • English
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Region:
  • 2

The Ninth Configuration

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Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture

From the author of The Exorcist comes one cinema's most unique and extraordinary films, now hailed as a cult classic.

Army psychiatrist Colonel Kane is posted to a secluded gothic castle housing a military asylum. With a reserved calm he indulges the inmates' delusions, allowing them free rein to express their fantasies. But some are wary of the newcomer and his methods. There may be more to Kane than meets the eye and the insanity escalates towards an explosive revelation.
 

Bonus Features:
 

  • Audio Commentary by Writer/ Director William Peter Blatty
  • 'The Writer/ Producer/ Director' - Interview With William Peter Blatty
  • 'Confessions of Kane' - Interview With Actor Stacy Keach - 'The Debrief Of Sgt. Christian' - Interview With Actor Stephen Powers
  • 'Designing The Configuration' Interviews With Production Designer William Malley and Art Director J. Dennis Washington
  • 'Killer On My Mind' - Interview With Soundtrack Composer Barry De Vorzon
  • 'The Party Behind The Curtain' - Interviews With Actors Tom Atkins, Jason Miller, Richard Lynch and William Peter Blatty
  • Mark Kermode Introduction Featurette
  • Deleted Scenes and Outtakes
studio:
  • Second Sight
Run Time:
  • 113 mins approx.
Director:
  • William Peter Blatty
Certificate:
  • 15
Actor:
  • Stacy Keach
  • Scott Wilson
  • Jason Miller
  • Neville Brand
  • Ed Flanders
Aspect Ratio:
  • 16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen
Main Language:
  • English
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Region:
  • 2

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An Intriguing Watch

I remember this film when it first came out. It had trouble finding an audience then and I don’t think the passing years change that. Great performances all round and some themes that will keep you thinking long after the credits roll. I still find it a fascinating piece of filmmaking that is well worth a look. The Blu-ray is a distinct improvement over my old DVD. The picture quality is much more consistent and the colour palette is much more realistic. The soundtrack is a different matter. Can be harsh and tinny at times and lots of overlapping dialogue doesn’t help the clarity. That being said it’s still a worthy addition to any collection, don’t let the cover art put you off.