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Monday, 11 March 2013

OUT NOW ON UK BLU-RAY: 'WILLOW'

Willow (Warwick Davis) and Madmartigan (Val Kilmer) cement their friendship and heroism in WILLOW. Images: 20TH CENTURY FOX. 

Don't forget UK fans, George Lucas and Ron Howard's beloved sword and fantasy saga WILLOW is finally available on stunning Blu-ray today, accompanied by tons of great special edition extras. A lively mix of humour, fantasy and thrills, Warwick Davis and Val Kilmer are our polar opposite heroes-the farmer turned protector Willow Ufgood and the solider of fortune Madmartigan- caught up in a world of prophecy, witchcraft, and gruesome monsters, as they protect a special baby from the clutches of the tyrannical Queen Bavmorda (Jean Marsh) - all set against a stunning New Zealand backdrop exploited for the camera long before Peter Jackson's LORD OF THE RINGS ever did.

Jean Marsh oozes evil as Queen Bavmorda.
Pat Roach adds further villainy as the vicious General Kael.
Starring Joanne Whalley (as the heroic warrior princess Sorsha), and Pat Roach (as the very Darth Vader-esque General Kael) in strong supporting roles, WILLOW is enduring feel-good fun for all the family, packed with comedy, well-staged action and lively, innovative special effects. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the film also acts as a nice primer for all-new fantasy worlds to come from LUCASFILM with the STAR WARS saga in 2016.

Warwick Davis - SFX magazine interview: INTERVIEW: Warwick Davis On 25 Years Of Willow | SFX

TOTAL FILM magazine's featurette on the new release with Warwick Davis and Val Kilmer:
Exclusive Willow featurette - YouTube

Check out our previous features on the WILLOW Blu-ray release here: STAR WARS AFICIONADO MAGAZINE: WILLOW



Order WILLOW here: Willow [Blu-ray] [1988]: Amazon.co.uk: Val Kilmer, Warwick Davis, Joanne Whalley, Jean Marsh, Billy Barty, Ron Howard, George Lucas: Film & TV




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