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Spike Jonze's Her official, Spike Lee Joint Collection & more

March 21, 2014 - 3:22 pm   |   By 

All right, just a quick one today as there’s not a ton of news...

First, Tim’s turned in two more Scream Factory Blu-ray reviews for you to check out: The Incredible Melting Man and Witchboard. Enjoy!

Definitely the big release announcement today is that Warner Home Video has set Spike Jonze’s Her for Blu-ray Combo, DVD and digital release on 5/13 (SRP $35.99 for the Blu-ray). Extras on the Blu-ray will include 3 featurettes (The Untitled Rick Howard Project, How Do You Share Your Life with Somebody, and Her: Love in the Modern Age).  [Read on here...]

Also today, Buena Vista Home Entertainment (yes, they still exist) has set a pair of The Spike Lee Joint Collection double feature Blu-rays for release on 6/10. Volume One will include 25th Hour and He Got Game, while Volume Two will include Summer of Sam and Miracle at St. Anna. Surprising, both volumes will include newly-recorded audio commentaries with director Spike Lee and various cast and crew members.

And that’s pretty much it. Don’t forget that the third episode of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey airs Sunday night on Fox. Muppets Most Wanted and Divergent arrive in theaters this weekend too. And remember: Twilight Time’s 3rd Anniversary $10 off sale runs until Monday over on Screen Archives Entertainment, so be sure to take advantage while you can.

We’ll leave you with a look at the Blu-ray cover art for Warner’s Her and the two Spike Lee titles from Buena Vista....

Her (Blu-ray Disc)    The Spike Lee Joint Collection: Volume 1 (Blu-ray Disc)    The Spike Lee Joint Collection: Volume 2 (Blu-ray Disc)

Have a great weekend!

- Bill Hunt

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