The Abyss (1989 & 1992) Special Edition Blu-ray Starring: Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Michael Biehn

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High quality 50GB BD-R Disc

Widescreen (Original Theatrical Aspect Ratio)

HD Picture & Sound!

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  • 5
    The Abyss

    Posted by John Aldridge on Aug 1st 2022

    Seeing as James Cameron refuses to release this classic on blu ray, let alone 4K, this film is screaming for a UHD release, Showtown has once again knocked it out of the ball park, we get here not only the Theatrical release of the film but the excellent Special Edition with 28 minutes of extra footage, all in glorious HD and in proper 16.9 Wide-screen, beautiful transfer with ear shattering sound, BUY it now, you won't be disappointed.

  • 5
    Unique and excellent plot

    Posted by David Araiza on Jul 12th 2022

    Great acting!

  • 5
    The abyss

    Posted by Matt palmer on Mar 24th 2022

    I am writing this with you for the Blu-ray the abyss and this guy has done it again the quality is amazing you get the 1080p full high definition transfer for this film to wear this film has never been available on Blu-ray before and this guy has prove that Blu-ray is better and this film should be on Blu-ray I give the quality of this again 10 out of 10 he has done a fantastic job and I also have purchased my first two films from him army of the dead and the tomorrow and both of those again 10 out of 10 if you're looking for good movies get these films

  • 4
    Take the Plunge!

    Posted by Dominic De Costa on Jul 8th 2021

    The Abyss has frustrated fans for decades - Cameron refuses to even move it to blu-Ray, let alone 4K, & even IF you’re willing to begrudgingly accept the movie on DVD, it is rendered unwatchable by double letterboxing! This version is wide screen with a very professional-looking transfer. The only reason I marked it 4-star instead of 5 is because the picture starts out early on as a little on the soft side. This thankfully subsides & the vast majority of the picture is much improved & impressive thereafter. As an added bonus both versions of the film are presented here. Great job guys! Cameron is NEVER going to let this film graduate from DVD. This release let’s you decide.