If you missed its limited theatrical release back on Labor Day weekend, then you might be pleased to know that the director's cut of Ari Aster's Midsommar is coming out on a Collector's Edition Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD release from A24.

Below, you can check out images of the Midsommar Collector's Edition, which comes with a 62-page booklet. It's important to note that the 4K Ultra HD version is currently sold out, but you can still pick it up on Blu-ray, with orders slated to ship out on July 20th. To learn more, visit A24's official website.

"The first Collector's Edition from A24, Ari Aster's 171-minute director's cut will look as crisp on your bookshelf as it does in 4K Ultra HD.

Blu-ray disc comes enclosed in a clothbound, Hårga-yellow slipcase, accompanied by an illustrated 62-page booklet featuring original artworks from the film by Ragnar Persson and a foreword by Martin Scorsese.

Orders will ship by July 20th. 4K is currently sold out. Please sign up for the waitlist to receive a restock notification.

4K Ultra High Definition with HDR • DTS-HD® Master Audio 5.1 • 16x9 (2.00:1) Widescreen Presentation • Unrated • 171 Minutes • English SDH

Note: The 4K UHD Blu-ray is incompatible with standard Blu-ray players. To watch this disc you will need a 4K Blu-ray player. To watch the content as 4K UHD HDR you will need a 4K TV and a 4K Blu-ray player that supports HDR. Please check the specifications of your player before selecting this format.

Standard Blu-ray

1080p High Definition • DTS-HD® Master Audio 5.1 • 16x9 (2.00:1) Widescreen Presentation • Unrated • 171 Minutes • English SDH"

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