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Dave Made a Maze Blu- Ray
Comedy




Available to view on the Arrow Video Amazon Channel here.

Dave Made a Maze

Meet Dave. Dave is stuck in a maze. A maze he made. Out of cardboard. In his living room...

 

While his girlfriend Annie is out of town, Dave decides to build a fort in his living room from cardboard boxes - only to become trapped in a world that he himself created. It’s up to Annie and an oddball group of friends to rescue him, avoiding booby traps, giant human-eating Tiki faces, a bloodthirsty Minotaur and fatally painful puns along the way. 

 

In a homage to fantasy adventure films from the 1980s, Dave Made a Maze features incredible and imaginative production design that literally takes you out of this world, and into the chaotic and creative mind of debut director Bill Watterson. Dubbed as a “homemade Labyrinth for adults”, this critically acclaimed indie offers a modern comedic edge and an even higher body count. Come and enter Dave’s maze – but be wary of finding your way back out! 

Production Year: 2007
Region Code: B
Running Time: 81
Number of Discs: 1
Language: English
Subtitles: English SDH
Audio: 5.1 surround / 2.0 stereo
Aspect Ratio: 2.00:1
Colour: Colour
TITLE NAME
Director Bill Watterson
Cast Nick Thune
Cast Meera Rohit Kumbhani
Cast Kirsten Vangsness
Cast Stephanie Allynne
Cast James Urbaniak
Cast John Hennigan

SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS:

  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
  • 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and Uncompressed Stereo PCM
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Feature-length audio commentary with writer/director Bill Watterson and co-writer Steven Sears
  • Making-of documentary
  • Deleted and alternate scenes with optional audio commentary by Watterson
  • The Worst Fundraising Pitch Video Ever
  • Storyboard and concept galleries
  • Exclusive UK theatrical teaser
  • US theatrical teasers
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Reversible sleeve featuring two artwork choices

FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by author and critic Anton Bitel

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