Trust the Fungus 30th Anniversary Edition of the Original Super Mario Bros. Movie Announced

It’s 4K and the package is filled with goodies!

By Robert Marrujo. Posted 10/16/2023 09:40 1 Comment     ShareThis

Look, The Super Mario Bros. Movie was an undeniable success, but that doesn’t mean we can’t bask in the glory of the original Super Mario Bros. film, warts and all. That’s what Umbrella Entertainment would like us to do when it brings a 4K restoration of the film to fans. Not only is the film restored, it’s also being sold in a special 30th anniversary edition that comes bundled with a bunch of goodies.

So what can fans look forward to in the Trust the Fungus edition of Super Mario Bros.? Take a gander:

Included in the package are:

  • A brand new 4K restoration from original camera negative
  • Over 250 page hardback bound book including a host of production materials, interviews and artwork
  • Over 200 page bound book of scripts including early drafts
  • Genuine Super Mario Bros. film cell in collectable case
  • Replica A6 1993 34 page Souvenir magazine
  • Classic artwork designed outer rigid slipcase
  • Classic artwork design slipcase
  • 8 replica lobby cards
  • 2 x A3 reversible posters featuring USA, Australian, Thai and Japanese original posters
  • Sticker sheet
  • Limited Edition numbered release

If you’re interested, you can get in a pre-order right here at this link.

Source: Umbrella Entertainment Website

One Response to “Trust the Fungus 30th Anniversary Edition of the Original Super Mario Bros. Movie Announced”

  • 1570 points
    penduin says...

    I imagine it’s only gotten more cringe as time has gone by, but I have genuinely fond memories of going to see this movie in the theater with my uncle. (He recently passed away, so I’ve been thinking a lot about many such fun times.)

    Since then, I’ve read about the chaos that went into its production, articles outlining what could have been, and on and on. To me, it feels like a guilty pleasure 80s movie that gets less love since it released in the 90s.

    For all its warts and horror stories, the film has its moments of true joy and an occasional spark of real genius, or at least that’s how I remember it. …And now, I’ll get the chance to find out how well (or poorly) it’s aged, in ridiculous detail. :^)

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