The Neptune Factor (1973) follows a team of scientists living deep below the Atlantic Ocean and the rescue team sent to save them after a life-threatening underwater earthquake. Kino Lorber's The Neptune Factor Blu-ray will surface from the deep blue sea on December 6th with special features including a never-before-released isolated score track and a new audio commentary.

From Kino Lorber: "Coming December 6th on Blu-ray!

The Neptune Factor (1973)

• New Audio Commentary by Film Historians Paul Corupe and Jason Pichonsky
• Theatrically Released Isolated Score & F/X Track by Lalo Schifrin
• Never-Before-Released Isolated Score Track by William McCauley
• Animated Montage of Images
• Trailer Gallery"

Synopsis (via "Synopsis: Deep in the Atlantic, the Ocean Lab II, a state-of-the-art underwater habitat, houses a team of scientists studying man's ability to live on the ocean floor. When violent undersea earthquakes send the lab sliding down into a trench, a rescue team is assembled to locate the damaged station and save any survivors. In the cold depths, no man is welcome, and nothing could prepare the team for the bizarre — and deadly — world lurking below!"

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