Haunted Mansion (Blu-ray) (2003)
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"Blu-Ray Disc, Beyond High Definition."
|From the studio that brought you Pirates of the Caribbean comes the fright-filled comedy adventure with eye-popping special effects, presented for the first time through the magic of Blu-ray Disc technology! Eddie Murphy stars as a real estate agent whose family comes face-to-face with 999 grim, grinning ghosts in the creepy old Gracey Manor! Experience each supernatural effect in 1080p. High Definition, and hear each ghostly wail in astonishing 5.1 48 kHz, 24-bit uncompressed audio. The unparalleled realism of Blu-ray Disc technology delivers you directly into The Haunted Mansion...if you dare to venture inside.|
"A fright show artfully designed for the whole family... Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
"Pleasant and atmospheric family romp... Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter
Editor's NoteEddie Murphy stars in this spooky, CGI effect-packed Disney film, based on the famous Disney World attraction. He plays Jerry, a workaholic real estate agent who interrupts his family's vacation to check out a remote mansion that's for sale. But soon he and his family are trapped in the haunted house and are screaming for their lives. Terence Stamp is the ghost butler, and Nathaniel Parker is the ghost owner who falls for Jerry's wife, Sara (Marsha Thomason), believing she is the reincarnation of his lost love and providing for both a refreshingly interracial, and frighteningly inter-dimensional romance. Jennifer Tilly has a great bit as a loudmouthed head in the crystal ball; Wallace Shawn and Dina Walters are the ghost servants. Zombies rise up from their graves to attack the living, but generally the film is harmless kid stuff that is bursting with cheerful color, noise, bloodless shocks and refreshingly bathroom-free humor. Fans of the ride should be pleased, as it hits nearly every bump, from the barbershop quartet busts, to the ghostly passenger in the coach. Murphy hams it up royally and the rest of the cast is up for the challenge, especially Stamp, whose droll line readings provide a perfect balance of menace and mirth. Makeup maestro Rick Baker provided the non-CGI special effects.
Cast & Crew
|Andrew Gunn - Producer|
|Barry Bernardi - Executive Producer|
|David Berenbaum - Writer|
|Mark Mancina - Original Music By|
|Priscilla Nedd-Friendly - Editor|
|Remi Adefarasin - Cinematographer|
|Rob Minkoff - Director|