17th August 2007
Full press release details for
Babylon 5 - Lost Tales and
Supernatural - Series 2 - Part 2 have been added to the
Second Sight will release two classic
Karloff and Lugosi Universal horror movies on DVD on October the 29th:
Black Cat. The discs have a frankly extortionate RRP of £15.99
will release twenty-five films on DVD on September the 17th.
They are initially being promoted at budget
prices, to celebrate Channel 4's 25th anniversary.
Three of the films will have bonus
features: Rita, Sue and Bob Too will have a twenty-five minute
documentary on director Alan Clarke; Wish You Were Here features a
new interview with director David Leland; and Secrets and Lies has
an introduction by director Mike Leigh, and a twenty-five minute short
film, A Sense of History, starring Jim Broadbent.
One film in the collection, P’Tang Yang
Kipperbang, is making its DVD debut.
The films being released are:
RRP £19.99 Campaign Price £9.99
Touching The Void
Wish You Were Here
Secrets and Lies
P’tang, Yang, Kipperbang
Rita, Sue and Bob Too
RRP £15.99 Campaign Price £7.99
East Is East
The Madness of King George
Dance with a Stranger
The Filth and the Fury
Buena Vista Social Club
Hilary and Jackie
RRP £15.99 Campaign Price £6.99
Bhaji on the Beach
Dancer in the Dark
House of Mirth
She’ll Be Wearing Pink Pyjamas
The Low Down
Note that September the 17th is the correct
date - they were originally announced as being due on the 24th. No
technical details were announced.
13th August 2007
Home Video has announced that they will be releasing a re-mastered 35th
Anniversary Deluxe Edition version of John Boorman's classic 1972
Deliverance on September the 17th (a day before the Region 1
The film will be presented in anamorphic
2.40:1 format, with Dolby Digital 5.1 audio.
The disc will feature a commentary track by
Boorman and several featurettes: The Beginning (a look at the
novel, and its adaptation as a film); The Journey (production);
Betraying the River (focussed on "one of the most controversial and
ground-breaking sequences in film history"); Delivered (a
retrospective look at the film and its impact); The Dangerous World of
Deliverance (behind-the-scenes documentary); and a theatrical trailer.
The RRP is £12.99. Blu-ray and HD DVD
versions will be released in the US on September the 18th.
2 Entertain will release eight episodes of
Shaun The Sheep on DVD on September the 17th. The disc will also
feature "extras", and has an RRP of £12.99.
Tartan has changed the release dates for a
number of their titles, including their forthcoming Blu-ray titles,
Black Book and Oldboy (again). You can find details using the
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