The Haunting of Julia (1977) – Imprint Collection #218

Original price was: AUD$79.95.Current price is: AUD$69.95.

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Release Date

10 May 2023

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Product Code IMP3384

She had no one to play with for thirty years…

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Magnus (Keir Dullea) and Julia Lofting (Mia Farrow) have a happy marriage until one morning when their daughter Kate (Sophie Ward) begins choking. Unsure what to do, Julia attempts a tracheotomy, inadvertently causing Kate’s death. Julia heads to a sanitarium to recover, and when Magnus asks that she come home, she prefers to buy a new house in London and live alone there. Magnus frets over Julia’s sanity, while Julia becomes convinced that her house is haunted by the spirit of a little girl…

Starring Mia Farrow, Keir Dullea, Tom Conti, Jill Bennett & Robin Gammell.

Includes the newly remastered CD soundtrack by composer Colin Towns, featuring 20 minutes of previously unheard music.

Housed in a 3D lenticular hardcase, with a special collector’s booklet, limited to 1500 copies.

Worldwide first on Blu-ray!

Special Features and Technical Specs:

  • NEW 1080p High-definition presentation on Blu-ray from a 4K scan from the original negative (2022)
  • Option to view the film with The Haunting of Julia or Full Circle title
  • NEW Audio commentary by director Richard Loncraine and Simon Fitzjohn
  • NEW & EXCLUSIVE Audio commentary by authors Jonathan Rigby and Kevin Lyons
  • NEW & EXCLUSIVE Breaking The Circle – interview with composer Colin Towns
  • NEW & EXCLUSIVE Framing The Circle – interview with cinematographer Peter Hannan
  • NEW & EXCLUSIVE Joining The Circle – interview with associate producer Hugh Harlow
  • NEW & EXCLUSIVE Motherhood & Madness: Mia Farrow and the Female Gothic – video essay by film historian Kat Ellinger
  • Newly remastered soundtrack on compact disc by composer Colin Towns, including 20 minutes of previously unheard music
  • Trailer
  • 44-page Collector’s Booklet with essay by critic/writer Sean Hogan
  • Reversible sleeve featuring variant artwork / film title
  • Aspect Ratio 2.35:1
  • Audio English LPCM 2.0 Mono
  • Optional English HOH subtitles