In 1983 Michael Mann unleashed the unique gothic thriller The Keep upon an unsuspecting world. Never before had audiences seen such a unique combination of unlit scenes, rubber special effects, and discombobulating direction. Never before has such wonderful source material been so uniquely twisted into a form so unrecognizable by both the author and fans of the original book. Never before has one person managed to accomplish such an utterly unique feat of direction and writing: 96 minutes of film with no plot or lighting to get in the way of the visual experience.
As a bonus an array of special features, including an interview with The Mann himself, have been added to the release of The Keep DVD to make your movie-watching experience truly unique. Somewhere in the movie Otherworld, in the space between Congo and Revenge of the Stepford Wives, a slot is reserved for Mann's The Keep.
|An interview with Michael Mann about his masterpiece: Click Here|
|Details on the DVD Special Edition of The Keep: Click Here||Biographies of cast and crew: Click Here||Exclusive behind the scenes photos: Click Here|
|Confused? Repelled? Just plain dumb? Reviews and links for the uninitiated: Click Here|
* No returns. The money you waste on The Keep is non-refundable. We cannot be responsible for any harm you or your television come to while watching this film. Ruined dates are not our responsibility. Void where prohibited. Sorry, Tennessee!
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