Sky Cinema Collection becomes Sky Cinema Collection 80s, available on demand and streaming on NOW, with special programming active from From Tuesday 1 to Friday 11 February 2022.
Sky Cinema Collection 1980s: Special Programming
More than 60 titles are included in the programming of 1980s Sky Cinema Collection through which we will be able to relive a decade characterized cinematically by iconic faces and stories that have remained etched in the collective memory, becoming an integral part of pop culture.
Among the titles in the program: Ghostbusters – Ghostbusters with Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver and Harold Ramis (retrieved the Ghostbusters Collection on blu-ray from Amazon) and twins with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito (you can find it on blu ray on Amazon) while for lovers of John Landis ample space for his filmography with, among others, The prince is looking for a wife (you can find it on blu-ray on Amazon) with Eddie Murphy, the irreverent musical The Blues Brothers with John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd (buy the limited edition Blu-Ray + DVD + Booklet + Magnet on Amazon) and All in one night with Jeff Goldblum and Michelle Pfeiffer (also get it on blu-ray on Amazon).
Not only comedies but also drama, action and sci-fi with The great cold with William Hurt, Glenn Close and Kevin Klin (buy it on blu-ray on Amazon), the detective film Tango & Money with Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell (you can find it on Amazon on blu-ray) and the detective story Cobra with Sylvester Stallone and Brigitte Nielsen (you can find it on DVD on Amazon). Also make way for Ridley Scott’s sci-fi masterpiece Blade Runner starring Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer (find the Final Cut in 4K on Amazon).
Other great directors are present in the programming such as the thriller Frantic, signed Roman Polanski (to be found on blu-ray on Amazon), the fierce portrait of yuppism by Oliver Stone Wall Street with Oscar and Golden Globe winner Michael Douglas (you can find it on blu-ray on Amazon). Then place the adventure imagined and realized by Steven Spielberg or The Goonies with a very young Josh Brolin (you can find it on blu-ray on Amazon) and the fantastic Short Circuit in which a blasted robot acquires sensations (you can find it on blu-ray on Amazon). Finally, make way for the romantic comedy that launched Sophie Marceau Il Tempo delle Mele (retrieved the Blu-ray Collection – 40th Anniversary Edition from Amazon).