Michael Crichton’s Looker Lands on Blu-ray This September

Michael Crichton’s (Jurassic Park) 1981 science fiction film Looker will be released newly remastered in high definition on Blu-ray via Warner Archive Collection in September. The film is written and directed by Crichton and stars Albert Finney, James Coburn, Susan Dey, Leigh Taylor-Young, and Terri Welles.

Trivia: This was the first movie to create three-dimensional shading with a computer.

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Special Features:

  • Introduction by writer/director Michael Crichton
  • Audio commentary by writer/director Michael Crichton
  • Deleted scene (from TV version)
  • Theatrical trailer

Looker will be released on Blu-ray on September 18th. Pre-order HERE.

Synopsis:
That TV commercial actress is so seductive she could sell you anything. She’s only a computer-generated illusion. What about the real beauty who was the computer’s model? Sorry, you can’t meet her: She and others like her have been murdered.

Writer/director Michael Crichton reaches into his brain-teasing bag of tricks for a mesmerizing thriller full of unfriendly persuasion generated by high-tech trickery. Albert Finney stars as a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon whose supermodel clients start dying mysteriously. Susan Dey plays his latest patient, also now in peril. And James Coburn is the head of a research facility which has developed a subtly hypnotic way to sell things. Take a good look at sleek, chic, scary Looker. There’s a lot more than meets the eye.

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