by | Jul 12, 2021

BREAKDOWN is joining the Paramount Presents line of special edition Blu-rays this September 21st and includes a truckload of brand new special features from my Reverend Entertainment. I went all-out on this, bringing star Kurt Russell and director Jonathan Mostow together for a new commentary, as well as new interviews with co-star Kathleen Quinlan, producer Martha De Laurentiis, and an in-depth discussion with Mostow. On top of all that we were able to find the original/alternate opening sequence, presented here in full with optional commentary from Mostow. Truly the ultiamte BREAKDOWN celebration, this incredible package streets September 21 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.


Skillful and suspenseful, Paramount’s beloved thriller BREAKDOWN comes to Blu-ray in a director-approved remaster, from a new 4K film scan. Kurt Russell is Jeff Taylor, headed toward a new life in California with his wife Amy (Kathleen Quinlan). When their car dies on a remote highway, a seemingly helpful trucker (J.T. Walsh) offers Amy a ride to the local diner while Jeff waits with the car. Then Jeff discovers his vehicle was deliberately tampered with, and by the time he gets to the next town, his worst fears are about to come true. This limited-edition also includes new special features, including a look at the never-before-seen alternate opening, and an audio commentary with director Jonathan Mostow and star Kurt Russell.

Special Features:

  • NEW Commentary By Director Jonathan Mostow and Kurt Russell
  • NEW Filmmaker Focus: Director Jonathan Mostow on Breakdown
  • NEW Victory Is Hers – Kathleen Quinlan on Breakdown
  • NEW A Brilliant Partnership – Martha De Laurentiis on Breakdown
  • NEW Alternate Opening
  • NEW Alternate Opening With Commentary By Director Jonathan Mostow
  • Isolated Score
  • Theatrical Trailers


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