Forbidden Zone

Release Date: 14 August 2006 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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An all-time classic of the underground cinema, featuring original music by Oscar-nominated composer Danny Elfman (PEE-WEES BIG ADVENTURE, BATMAN), FORBIDDEN ZONE must be seen to be believed. There is a mysterious but forbidden door in the basement of the Hercules familys new house in Venice, California; it doesnt take long for daughter Frenchy, returning home from her bizarro school that features a machine gun-toting teacher and a chicken boy, to succumb to temptation and open it. Becoming trapped in the Sixth Dimension, which is ruled by randy midget King Fausto who, as luck would have it, is looking for a new concubine, Frenchy catches the kings eye. Unfortunately she also incurs the jealous Queen Doriss wrath, and is imprisoned along with the ex-queen, who plots Doriss demise. While Frenchys brother Flash and her Gramps endeavor to save her, a dancing frog, robot boxers, Oingo-Boingo, and Danny Elfman as Satan, all make their appearances in the Forbidden Zone.

Commentary featuring director Richard Elfman and writer-actor Mattehw Bright, A Look Into The Forbidden Zone - behind the scenes documentary, A collection of outtakes and deleted scenes, Two complete scenes from The Hercules Familt, Oingo Boingo music video Private Life, Theatrical trailer
Release Date: 14 August 2006
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Directed by: Richard Elfman

Region 2
Running Time: 70 minutes
Main Language: English

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Catalogue No: FCD302