The Sunday Times 'Doors' (your entrance to the future)section has a review of 'LABYRINTH' on DVD this week.
"Jim Henson's film LABYRINTH is remembered as much forDAVID BOWIE's unfeasibly tight trousers as for itsamazing special effects (it was produced by GeorgeLucas of Star Wars fame).
First released in 1986, it has stood the test of time. The magical world created by Henson and inhabited byhis monsters still makes an appealingfairy tale 14 years on. The film follows a younggirl, Sarah, (Jennifer Connelly), hunting for her babybrother who has been kidnapped by the evil Goblin King(BOWIE).
BOWIE's soundtrack is superb, and the lifelikemonsters give the DVD an added dimension, making thefantasy world believable.
BOWIE fans will enjoy the 'making of' documentary,trailers and interviews."
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