A racing driver (Ronald Lewis) is injured in a car accident on his honeymoon which leaves him mentally scarred, and with violent impulses towards his new bride (Diane Cilento). Directed by Val Guest (The Quatermass Xperiment, The Day The Earth Caught Fire) and photographed by the great Gilbert Taylor (Dr. Strangelove, The Omen, Star Wars), The Full Treatment again draws inspiration from Clouzot's Les Diaboliques, and is one of Hammer's most effective and distinctive psychological thrillers of the 1960s.
A racing driver (Ronald Lewis) is injured in a car accident on his honeymoon which leaves him mentally scarred, and with violent impulses towards his new bride (Diane Cilento). Directed by Val Guest (The Quatermass Xperiment, The Day The Earth Caught Fire) and photographed by the great Gilbert Taylor (Dr. Strangelove, The Omen, Star Wars), The Full Treatment again draws inspiration from Clouzot's Les Diaboliques, and is one of Hammer's most effective and distinctive psychological thrillers of the 1960s.
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Format: Blu-Ray
Label: PWHS
Rel. Date: 02/26/2021
UPC: 5060697921298

The Full Treatment (aka Stop Me Before I Kill!)
Artist: Full Treatment
Format: Blu-Ray
New: Available to order 3-5 days $39.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. High Definition remaster
2. Original mono audio
3. Two presentations of the film: The Full Treatment (110 mins), the complete and uncut UK version; and Stop Me Before I Kill! (108
4. Mind Control: Inside `The Full Treatment' (2018, 21 mins): an analysis of the film and its production by Hammer expert Jonathan
5. Hammer's Women: Diane Cilento (2018, 11 mins): Dr Melanie Williams, author of Female Stars of British Cinema, explores the life
6. A Subject for Analysis (2018, 15 mins): the BFI's Vic Pratt explores the work of prolific British filmmaker Val Guest
7. Censored Scene (4 mins): the bathroom scene that revealed too much for US censors
8. US theatrical trailer
9. Image galleries: press and promotional material

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A racing driver (Ronald Lewis) is injured in a car accident on his honeymoon which leaves him mentally scarred, and with violent impulses towards his new bride (Diane Cilento). Directed by Val Guest (The Quatermass Xperiment, The Day The Earth Caught Fire) and photographed by the great Gilbert Taylor (Dr. Strangelove, The Omen, Star Wars), The Full Treatment again draws inspiration from Clouzot's Les Diaboliques, and is one of Hammer's most effective and distinctive psychological thrillers of the 1960s.