Title number 005 in the 101 Films Black Label range. This Limited Edition version is limited to 3000 copies and includes a slipcase and
a booklet.

From legendary director Walter Hill (The Warriors), Trespass is a pulsating neo‐noir thriller, written by Back to the Future writers
Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale and starring Bill Paxton (Aliens), William Sadler (The Shawshank Redemption), Ice‐T (New Jack City)
and Ice Cube (Boyz n the Hood).
While attending a blaze, two Arkansas firefighters, Don (Sadler) and Vince (Paxton), acquire a map identifying the whereabouts of a
hoard of stolen gold hidden years earlier in an abandoned East St. Louis building. Unbeknown to the treasure hunters, the location
lies within the territory of a ruthless gang, led by the notorious King James (Ice‐T) and his lieutenant Savon (Ice Cube). While
searching for the treasure, Vince witnesses the gang murder an enemy and inadvertently alerts the gangsters to his presence, leading
to a tense standoff. As the gang call in reinforcements, the trespassers must use every means at their disposal if they’re to escape
with the treasure, and their lives.

Extras/Episodes:

Brand New Extras

  • Commentary with Joel McIver and Angus Batey
  • Commentary with Nathaniel Thompson and Howard S. Berger
  • Limited edition booklet: includes ‘Urban Western: Trespass and Walter Hill’s Wild West’ by Phillip Escott & ‘From Harlem to Hollywood: How Rap Stars Conquered the Big Screen’ by Tim Scaping

Additional Extras:

  • Wrongful Entry (interview with producer Neil Canton)
  • Fool’s Gold (interview with actor William Sadler)
  • Born Losers (interview with co‐writer Bob Gale)
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Bill Paxton

Ice-T

William Sadler

Ice Cube

Art Evans

De'voreaux White
Director:
Walter Hill
Region:
B
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
101 minutes
studio:
101 Films
Theatrical Release Year:
1992

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Title number 005 in the 101 Films Black Label range. This Limited Edition version is limited to 3000 copies and includes a slipcase and
a booklet.

From legendary director Walter Hill (The Warriors), Trespass is a pulsating neo‐noir thriller, written by Back to the Future writers
Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale and starring Bill Paxton (Aliens), William Sadler (The Shawshank Redemption), Ice‐T (New Jack City)
and Ice Cube (Boyz n the Hood).
While attending a blaze, two Arkansas firefighters, Don (Sadler) and Vince (Paxton), acquire a map identifying the whereabouts of a
hoard of stolen gold hidden years earlier in an abandoned East St. Louis building. Unbeknown to the treasure hunters, the location
lies within the territory of a ruthless gang, led by the notorious King James (Ice‐T) and his lieutenant Savon (Ice Cube). While
searching for the treasure, Vince witnesses the gang murder an enemy and inadvertently alerts the gangsters to his presence, leading
to a tense standoff. As the gang call in reinforcements, the trespassers must use every means at their disposal if they’re to escape
with the treasure, and their lives.

Extras/Episodes:

Brand New Extras

  • Commentary with Joel McIver and Angus Batey
  • Commentary with Nathaniel Thompson and Howard S. Berger
  • Limited edition booklet: includes ‘Urban Western: Trespass and Walter Hill’s Wild West’ by Phillip Escott & ‘From Harlem to Hollywood: How Rap Stars Conquered the Big Screen’ by Tim Scaping

Additional Extras:

  • Wrongful Entry (interview with producer Neil Canton)
  • Fool’s Gold (interview with actor William Sadler)
  • Born Losers (interview with co‐writer Bob Gale)
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Bill Paxton

Ice-T

William Sadler

Ice Cube

Art Evans

De'voreaux White
Director:
Walter Hill
Region:
B
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
101 minutes
studio:
101 Films
Theatrical Release Year:
1992
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