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Relive the glory of David Bowie’s codpiece with this special-edition Blu-Ray.

Labyrinth is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, which is pretty exciting news for those of us who have been humming “Dance Magic Dance” ever since 1986 (ahem, me). 

To commemorate the occasion, there’s a brand new Blu-Ray edition of Jim Henson’s fantasy masterpiece, and it’s way cheaper than it should be.

There’s a slew of special features in this edition that have never been seen before, including a featurette called “The Henson Legacy” and a Q&A session featuring Brian Henson, David Goelz, and Karen Prell, and a “surprise guest.” And then there’s the movie itself, which is a 4K restoration print and features shiny new Dolby Atmos audio. TLDR; it’s going to look and sound really, really good.

It’s 25 percent off if you pre-order now for $15.07, and comes out on Sept. 20. Buy it here.


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