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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The VHS Archives: Mick Jackson's THREADS (1984)

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THREADS
Mick Jackson's Threads (1984)

The VHS Archives Factsheet
Label: World Video, Inc.
Catalog: WV1077
Box Type: Clamshell
Year of Release: 1985
Runtime: 117:08
Print: 1.33:1 / English / No subs
Extras: None

About the Film
Director: Mick Jackson
Year of Release: 1984
Country of Origin: U.K.
Stars: Karen Meagher, Reece Dinsdale, David Brierly
AKAs: Nuclear Catastrophe, Doomsday, Survival Theory, When the World Ends

Verbatim Box Synopsis
THREADS ...the story of global, thermonuclear war and its aftermath.
An unthinkable horror that has been put on film in one of the most powerful statements ever made.
Accurate. Scientifically factual. Shockingly realistic. This is drama like nothing ever seen before. 
Threads. The fragile fiber that connects each and every man, woman and child of us. Destroyed. Gone!
Can you possibly imagine such devastating finality?
Don't even try.
See it. Because the closest you ever want to come to atomic war is Threads. 

U.S. World Video, Inc. sleeve!

U.S. World Video sales sheet! Buy a tape and get a free COLOR movie!

British RadioTimes cover story!

Australian BBC Video sleeve!

Brazilian DIF sleeve!


The entire movie, uploaded by "eurocon". Prozac not included. 

Looking for Threads on VHS? It's available on Amazon here. There's also a UK DVD from the BBC, for those able to play it. No U.S. DVD as of yet, unfortunately. 

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© 2012 -- Bruce Holecheck. All Rights Reserved.

1 comment:

  1. Was going to do a review of this, and some other post apocalyptic films, for my YouTube channel.

    Despite having seen this before, ended up switching off about half way through as it was so depressing I just couldn't make it to the end.

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