Not much is going right for meek misfit Willard Stiles. He's constantly screamed at by his overbearing mother, ruthlessly bullied by the boss who stole his father's business and mercilessly laughed at by his co-workers. Willard eventually turns to a colony of rats for friendship and with training they will soon do anything for their new friend. It's time for Willard to get even. Ben Danny Garrison, a lonely young boy with a heart condition finds a friend in Ben, a rat once trained by misfit Willard Stiles. Danny's new best friend protects him from bullying and keeps... his spirits up through hard times. But all is not well in Ben's colony and the other rodents terrify the town with a series of violent attacks. The police are determined to wipe them out. Can Ben survive? Willard Features: New 4K scan of the original camera negative Audio commentary with Actor Bruce Davison Interview with Actor Bruce Davison Theatrical trailer, TV spot, Radio Spot Stills gallery Ben Features: New HD transfer and restoration using the best surviving archive print Interview with Actor Lee Montgomery Audio interview with Actor Lee Montgomery Theatrical trailers TV Spots Willard / Ben double feature trailer and TV spot Radio spot Stills Gallery Additional Extras: LIMITED EDITION BOX SET 2,000 UNITS NEW ARTWORK BY GRAHAM HUMPHREYS EXCLUSIVE TO BOX SET POSTER OF NEW ARTWORK EXCLUSIVE TO BOX SET [show more]
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Double bill of US horror films. In 'Willard' (1971), frightfully timid and completely submissive to both his aggressive boss, Al (Ernest Borgnine), and his controlling mother, Henrietta (Elsa Lanchester), Willard (Bruce Davison) finds comfort in the colony of rats which has taken up residence in his backyard. Led by Socrates and featuring a highly aggressive rat named Ben, the rats seem to heed Willard's wishes and, given confidence by this new-found power and the romantic advances of work colleague Joan (Sondra Locke), Willard vents his frustration at those who have held him down. However, things soon get seriously out of hand thanks to Ben's violent streak. In 'Ben' (1972) Ben is taken in by sickly young boy Danny (Lee Montgomery) while his colony amasses beneath the ground. Despite reports circulating of people being attacked by swarms of rats, Danny, whose life is on a timer thanks to a serious heart condition, soon begins to form a strong bond with Ben. However, Ben soon finds himself in grave danger as the police start hunting down the rest of his colony which has turned violent and begun terrorising the rest of the town's residents.