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Gaslight (Blu-ray)

A newlywed is unaware that her seemingly charming husband is a crazed murderer.
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Format:  Blu-ray
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Blu-ray Details

  • Run Time: 1 hours, 54 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released: June 25, 2019
  • Originally Released: 1944
  • Label: Warner Archives

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Total Count: 30


User Ratings: 8,485
We doubt that any artist can beat Ingrid Bergman as a candidate for this year's Academy Award. [Full review in Spanish] Full Review
Sep 17, 2019
We rely on the actors and the script to convey the mood, and director George Cukor matched no less a figure than Alfred Hitchcock with the results. Full Review
Mar 15, 2017
Rating: 3/5 -- George Cukor conjures up an oppressive atmosphere... But it's not quite enough to cover up the script's yawning gaps in logic. Full Review
Total Film
Feb 4, 2014
Direction by George Cukor is ever a display of fine craftsmanship. He utilizes small mosaics of sharp characterization in building to his climax and works in each facet faultlessly. This is the job for which Cukor admirers have been waiting. Full Review
Hollywood Reporter
May 4, 2017
Rating: 3.5/4 -- Director George Cukor successfully implements the proper atmosphere of claustrophobia and dread, aided by Joseph Ruttenberg's camerawork and the Oscar-winning set design. Full Review
Film Frenzy
Jul 13, 2019
It's a superbly creepy thriller, with universal themes...An essential movie in anyone's canon. Full Review
Sydney Morning Herald
Sep 13, 2018
Gaslight serves as a fascinating depiction of psychological torture. What strikes me about it the most is the way patriarchy and male dominance play out in the narrative. Full Review
Fishnet Cinema
Aug 27, 2018

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Lights flicker and dim. Footsteps sound from a sealed-off attic. Mysterious events only vulnerable young Paula sees and hears make her fear she’s losing her mind — exactly what treacherous spouse Gregory hopes.
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Warner Archive Collection

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  • Sales Rank: 4,494
  • UPC: 883929684540
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