The Event Horizon film is now a cult film, although critics and box office audiences were not gracious when it was released in 1998. An upcoming Collector's Edition is now hoping that for the first time we could see scenes that have been removed.
A flop at the box office and rather outlawed by critics at the time: Under these conditions, the sci-fi horror film Event Horizon could simply have been forgotten in the whirlpool of time. But over the years, the brutal space adventure in home cinema has secured more and more fans – today, Event Horizon is a real cult film. We could never see the director's own vision – maybe that will change?
Collector's Edition should come – Responsible people are looking for lost scenes
Scream Factory is currently busy honoring Event Horizon with a Collector's Edition, which should also include scenes that are considered lost: "We can now confirm that we are working on a 4K scan of the film!", is it[calledon the Scream Factory Facebook page. "We give our best to get the additional recordings that we often want. We welcome any information that might help our efforts." Whether the missing scenes will only be bonus material or the director's cut from director Paul W.S. Doing Anderson is not yet clear.
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Scenes were allegedly removed because viewers fainted
The now legendary missing scenes from Event Horizon are said to be some extremely brutal moments in the film that were removed at Studio Paramount's insistence on the producers. However, some of the scenes are said to have better illuminated the backgrounds of Captain Miller (played by Laurence Fishburne) and Starck (played by Joely Richardson). In a Q&A on the film, W.S. Anderson reveals that test screenings of the original cut Spectators are said to have fainted.
What is the director of Event Horizon doing today?
Nowadays, the director of Event Horizon, Paul W.S. Anderson, best known for the film series that makes a lot of money at the box office: Resident Evil. The main role is in the films Milla Jovovich, to which Anderson is also married. She can also be seen as a protagonist in his upcoming project – the film adaptation of the Monster Hunter game series.
The chic Collector's Edition of Event Horizon is due to be released in the US on September 29, 2020, but the release could be postponed due to Corona, according to Scream Factory.
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