Published Aug 24, 2016The classic family fantasy film Labyrinth was released in 1986, meaning it's officially 30 years old this year. As one might expect, the film is getting a fancy 30th anniversary home release.
The film was directed by the late Jim Henson and executive produced by George Lucas. It stars Jennifer Connelly as a young girl who must save her baby brother from the Goblin King. Notably, the Goblin King was played by the late David Bowie, who also contributed music to the movie.
The new home release of the film includes plenty of new special features. These include a Labyrinth Q&A moderated by Mythbusters' Adam Savage, a documentary about Henson's puppetry called The Henson Legacy and a documentary that remembers David Bowie called The Goblin King.
In addition to the new features, the release also includes the making-of documentaries that were included on previous home releases.
Labyrinth has been restored as a 4K release for this edition. It will be available as a Blu-ray or DVD, or in a limited special edition box that includes a 24-page book and mirrored maze. That special box, pictured above, can be pre-ordered here.
The 30th anniversary edition of Labyrinth will arrive on September 20.