STIGMATA

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re­leased 17 oc­to­ber 1999 | 18 | blu-ray & dvd (dual for­mat)

blu-ray de­but When hair­dresser Pa­tri­cia Ar­quette starts man­i­fest­ing Christ’s wounds, it’s down to rogue pri­est Gabriel Byrne to fig­ure out what’s go­ing on.

Equal parts pos­ses­sion shocker and RE les­son, Stigmata is more fun to watch for the ’90s nos­tal­gia than the scares. And while this new Blu-ray trans­fer is de­cent enough, it’s hardly a rev­e­la­tion.

Ex­tras Mak­ing Of (26 mins); di­rec­tor’s commentary; deleted scenes; al­ter­nate end­ing; mu­sic video; trailer. Sarah Dobbs

The es­tate agent was al­ways dra­matic.

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