As the film's title suggests, John Carpenter's TV movie Someone's Watching Me! follows Leigh (Lauren Hutton), a recent LA implant being spied on by a neighbor, but Leigh is no damsel, as she fights back against her stalker. Coming out on August 7th from Scream Factory, the new Blu-ray of Someone's Watching Me! comes with plenty of bonus features (including a new retrospective with Adrienne Barbeau), and we have a look at two high-def clips from the film:
Someone's Watching Me! Blu-ray: "Los Angeles newcomer Leigh Michaels moves into a chic high-rise apartment building. She loves the view. So does the Peeping Tom who lives somewhere in the adjacent tower.
John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) writes and directs this thriller where the breath-catching suspense starts at the moment Leigh (Lauren Hutton, American Gigolo) is framed in the lens of a telescope. For Leigh, it's the beginning of terrors that escalate from anonymous calls and gifts to lights that mysteriously flicker to prove that someone watches every moment of her life. Leigh fights back, matching her tormentor's obsession with her own relentless drive to uncover his identity. The prey is now predator – and that escalates the stalker's game to a deadly new level. Someone is watching.
- NEW 2K Scan Of The Original Film Elements – In Both 1.85:1 And 1.33:1 Aspect Ratios
- NEW Audio Commentary With Author Amanda Reyes (Are You In The House Alone?: A TV Movie Compendium 1964-1999)
- NEW Adrienne Barbeau: Looking Back At Someone’s Watching Me
- NEW Carpenter’s Enforcer – An Interview With Charles Cyphers On His Career In John Carpenter’s Films
- NEW Horror’s Hallowed Grounds – A Look At The Film’s Locations Today
- John Carpenter: Director Rising
- TV Promo
- Still Gallery
RUN-TIME: 97 min
ASPECT RATIO (The ratio of the width of an image compared to its height. Consult our FAQ for more info): 1.85:1
RATING: Not Rated
PRODUCTION DATE: 1978
CLOSED-CAPTIONED (Closed Captions: Not to be confused with subtitles, these are enabled with your TV remote. Consult our FAQ for more info): No