Much like Stephen King's novella A Good Marriage, Donald Cammell's White of the Eye asks the question, "How well do you really know your spouse?" On November 17th, Scream Factory will release the 1987 thriller on Blu-ray and DVD, and we have a look at the film's cover art and list of bonus features.

Press Release: A twisted killer is on the loose. He tortures and dissects his victims as part of a primitive ritual. If you’re a wealthy, attractive woman, stay out of isolated desert community, because you are fair game. Housewife Joan White gradually comes to suspect that her opera-loving husband Paul might know more than he’s letting on... All the clues lead to one man who is clearly innocent. But nothing is as simple as black and white in Donald Cammell’s 1987 suspense thriller WHITE OF THE EYE, arriving for the first time on Blu-ray™ in a special Blu-ray + DVD combo pack on November 17, 2015 from SCREAM FACTORY™.  

Golden Globe nominees David Keith (An Officer And A Gentleman, Firestarter, Daredevil) and Cathy Moriarty (Raging Bull, Casper) star in this shocking mystery-thriller directed by Donald Cammell (Demon Seed and co-director of Performance). The film also features an eclectic score by Nick Mason (Pink Floyd) and Rick Fenn (10cc).

A must-have for movie collectors and mystery & suspense enthusiasts to complete their home entertainment library, Donald Cammell’s WHITE OF THE EYE Blu-ray + DVD combo pack is priced to own at $29.99 SRP.

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*** Avid fans and movie collectors please take note: those who order WHITE OF THE EYE Blu-ray + DVD combo pack directly from and get it shipped two weeks early.

WHITE OF THE EYE Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack

Special Features:

  • NEW Into the Vortex – an interview with actor Alan Rosenberg
  • NEW Eye of the Detective – an interview with actor Art Evans
  • Audio Commentary by Donald Cammell biographer Sam Umland
  • Deleted Scenes with commentary by Sam Umland
  • Into the White  - an Interview with cinematographer and steadicam operator Larry McConkey
  • Alternate Credit Sequence
  • Flashback Sequences prior to the Bleach Bypass process 

Shout! Factory will continue to present the on-going SCREAM FACTORY™ home entertainment series in 2015 with specific release dates, extras and key art.  Meanwhile, fans  are encouraged to visit the Scream Factory main website (, follow them on Facebook ( and Twitter ( or to view exclusive video content on YouTube (

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