TMWFTE sleeve and some of the downloadable pages from the original theatrical campaign brochure.
You're face to face, With The Man Who Fell To Earth...
Out today on Region 2 DVD (Europe, Middle East & Japan only) is the 1976 Nicolas Roeg classic, The Man Who Fell To Earth. Available through Warner Home Video the release features extras such as a 35 minute documentary, the original theatrical trailer and downloadable pages from the original theatrical campaign brochure. (Wish I had a copy of that!)
Here's a bit from the film's blurb:
"From the director of Don't Look Now, a science fiction cult classic starring David Bowie. Crash-landing on Earth from his dying planet, an alien humanoid travelling by the name of Thomas Jerome Newton uses his superior intelligence to build a vast business empire. As he takes on - and beats - every U.S. corporation, people can only guess at his true purpose: to save his dying world from agonising death by drought. Newton's ageless fall from grace, as he becomes prey to lust, alcohol, business rivals and finally, the US Government, makes The Man Who Fell To Earth not only a bitingly caustic indictment of the modern world, but also a poignant commentary on the loneliness of the outsider."
We'll be running a competition to win copies of the DVD sometime next week, when I'll hopefully have a few copies in my greedy mitts!