Classic 1986 sci-fi, Flight of the Navigator, is getting the deluxe Blu-ray treatment thanks to Second Sight
Second Sight have announced a brand new Blu-ray release of Flight of the Navigator taken from a new 4K restoration. Due for release on 26th August, the new edition features a new interview with Joey Cramer alongside a raft of other fantastic features.
It's 1978 and 12-year-old David Freeman (Cramer) is mysteriously knocked unconscious while out playing. He wakes up and heads for home only to find strangers living there. It's now 1986 and he's been missing for eight years.
He discovers a top-secret spaceship and with the help of MAX the computer sets off on an incredible mission to get back to the past where he belongs.
- Brand New Second Sight 4K Scan and Restoration supervised by Director Randal Kleiser
- Directing the Navigator - New Interview With Randal Kleiser
- Playing The Navigator - New interview with Joey Cramer
- Mother of The Navigator - New interview with Veronica Cartwright
- Brother of The Navigator - New interview with Matt Adler
- Art of the Navigator - New interviews with Jeff Kleiser, Randal Kleiser and Edward Eyth
- Audio Commentary with Randal Kleiser and Producer Jonathan Sanger
- Reversible sleeve with new and original artwork
In addition, there's a limited edition release that will also include:
- Rigid slipcase with new artwork by Rich Davies
- 100 page soft cover book with Randal Kleiser’s complete original storyboard, new essay by Kevin Lyons, original production notes, behind the scenes photos
- Reversible poster with new and original artwork