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Format: DVD
Sku: 210731957
UPC: 024543579915
UPC 14: 00024543579915
Category Keywords: Cult  Live-Action  Supernatural
Rating: Game Rating Code
The Future Has Never Looked Darker.
Featuring the blockbuster that started a worldwide phenomenon and it's equally compelling sequel, this exclusive DVD 2-pack from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment includes the films DONNIE DARKO and S. DARKO: A DONNIE DARKO TALE!

DONNIE DARKO: In the tradition of Urban Legends and Final Destination, DONNIE DARKO is an edgy, psychological thriller about a suburban teen coming face-to-face with his dark destiny. Jake Gyllenhaal leads a star-filled cast (including Drew Barrymore, Noah Wyle, Jena Malone, Patrick Swayze and Mary McDonnell) as a delusional high-school student visited by a demonic rabbit with eerie visions of the past -- and deadly predictions for the future. This "excitingly original" (Entertainment Weekly) nail-biter will keep you on the edge of your seat until the mind-bending climax.

S. DARKO: Seven years after her brother's death, Samantha Darko finds herself stranded in a small desert town after her car breaks down where she is plagued by bizarre visions telling of the universe's end. As a result, she must face her own demons, and in doing so, save the world and herself.

"[Donnie Darko] ...bursts with noise, ideas and references, but it's fundamentally a gracefully crafted movie that's about human beings and not images.  Andrew O'Hehir,
"[Donnie Darko] ...a deliriously subtle exploration of storytelling possibilities, and a deliciously wry teen-pic to boot. Brilliant.  David Sterritt, Christian Science Monitor
"[Donnie Darko] As emotionally rich as it is intellectually demanding.  Jean Oppenheimer, New Times
"[Donnie Darko] Kelly is a supple and courageous storyteller, boldly free-associating as he mixes parody and satire with earnest psychodrama...  Lisa Alspector, Chicago Reader
"[Donnie Darko] The nerviest, oddest, most outlandish and idiosyncratic American indie debut since "Buffalo 66," Richard Kelly's "Donnie Darko" defies description.  Michael Atkinson, Mr. Showbiz

Editor's Note
In Richard Kelly?s indelible cult hit, troubled teenager Donnie Darko is visited by a disturbing bunny-man named Frank, who warns of the end of the world in late-1980s suburbia. In the sequel, S. DARKO, Donnie?s little sister has grown up and begins experiencing visions reminiscent of big bro's. See individual titles for complete information.


Video Features DVD, Widescreen

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 8/19/2014
Video Play Time Running Time: 216 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2009
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 2257991
Video UPC UPC: 00024543579915
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen/Widescreen  2.35:1/1.78:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Daveigh Chase
Video Cast Info Ed Westwick
Video Cast Info Jackson Rathbone
Video Cast Info Briana Evigan
Video Cast Info James Lafferty
Video Cast Info Elizabeth Berkley
Video Cast Info Jena Malone
Video Cast Info Jake Gyllenhaal
Video Cast Info Chris Fisher - Director
Video Cast Info Richard Kelly - Director


Independent Spirit (2002)
   Video Award Name Jake Gyllenhaal, Nominee, [Donnie Darko] Best Male Lead
   Video Award Name Richard Kelly, Nominee, [Donnie Darko] Best First Feature
   Video Award Name Richard Kelly, Nominee, [Donnie Darko] Best First Screenplay

Sundance Film Festival (2001)
   Video Award Name Richard Kelly, Nominee, [Donnie Darko] Grand Jury Prize - Dramatic

Professional Reviews

ReelViews 8 of 10
[Donnie Darko] Donnie Darko, the debut feature from writer/director Richard Kelly, is part psychological thriller and part science fiction mystery. The title character (Jake Gyllenhaal), a teenager in his last year of high school, is suffering from all manner of delusions and hallucinations. He sees and does the bidding of a six-foot high rabbit wearing an insect mask, and, at times, appears completely dissociated form his surroundings. He is visiting a therapist and taking medication, but neither solution is working. Donnie is getting worse, but is it because he's descending deeper into a web of mental instability or because he's really seeing and experiencing these things? These are questions that the movie leaves unanswered until the end...One aspect of Donnie Darko's production that's definitely worth mentioning is the special effects. The movie was made on the kind of low budget typically associated with independent films, yet the visual effects are first-rate (one in particular looks like it was lifted out of James Cameron's The Abyss). With the price for this kind of CGI work in a steady decline, it is now becoming possible for all directors - not just those working with $50 million-plus budgets - to employ convincing, and occasionally eye-popping, special effects. Tools that were cutting edge a decade ago have now become commonplace. Donnie Darko proves that it's possible to do science fiction with visual effects in the independent film arena. This is just another area where the line between mainstream and indie movie-making has become increasingly blurred. Perhaps the only remaining difference is that smaller efforts like Donnie Darko use effects in service of an interesting story, while too many Hollywood productions think of the plot as a bothersome adjunct to their CGI eye candy. - James Berardinelli

Chicago Sun-Times 7 of 10
[Donnie Darko] There is a kind of movie that calls out not merely to be experienced but to be solved. The plot coils back on itself in intriguing mind puzzles, and moviegoers send bewildering e-mails to one another, explaining it. Two weeks ago brought ''Mulholland Drive,'' which has inspired countless explanations, all convincing, none in agreement, and now here is ''Donnie Darko,'' the story of a teenage boy who receives bulletins about the future from a large and demonic rabbit...The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal, from ''October Sky,'' as Donnie Darko, a high school student whose test scores are ''intimidating,'' whose pose is to be likable and sardonic at once, and who occasionally forgets to take his medication, for unspecified but possibly alarming reasons. He is seeing a psychiatrist (Katharine Ross), who uses hypnosis to discover that he has a nocturnal visitor who leads him on sleepwalking expeditions. One of these trips is fortunate, because while he's out of the house a 747 jet engine falls directly through his bedroom...The movie is grounded solidly in a leafy suburban setting, where the neighbors gather behind police lines while a big flatbed truck hauls the engine away and the FBI questions the Darko family. There is much unexplained...Richard Kelly, the first-time writer-director, is obviously talented--not least at creating a disturbing atmosphere out of the materials of real life. His mysterious jet engine is a masterstroke. He sees his characters freshly and clearly, and never reduces them to formulas. In Jake Gyllenhaal, he finds an actor able to suggest an intriguing kind of disturbance; the character is more curious than frightened, more quixotic than eccentric, and he sets a nice tone for the movie. But somehow the control fades in the closing scenes, and our hands, which have been so full, close on emptiness. ''Donnie Darko'' is the one that got away. But it was fun trying to land it. - Roger Ebert

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