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First up today, I wanted to direct your attention to Michael Coate’s recent History Legacy & Showmanship retrospective column here at The Bits, celebrating the 35th anniversary of the classic James Bond film For Your Eyes Only. We posted it last Friday afternoon and – as Friday posts tend to get overlooked as people head out to enjoy their weekend – I wanted to make sure you all knew about it. It’s well worth your time, so do give it a look here.

Also, we’ve now got the final cover artwork for Warner’s forthcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Man of Steel, and Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut on 4K Ultra HD format. All three titles street on 7/19, and we have word that Batman v Superman will be the first 100GB (3-layer) title on the format here in the States. Here’s a look at the official cover artwork for all three...  [Read on here…]

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We’re kicking off the week with a pair of Blu-ray reviews, both of them Twilight Time titles. First up is Jim Hemphill’s take on Ronald Neame’s I Could Go On Singing (1963). We’re also pleased to introduce a new occasional reviewer here at The Bits, the inestimable Jack Jameson, who checks in with a look at John Byrum’s Inserts from 1975. The film stars Richard Dreyfuss. Do give them both a look.

All right, we have a couple of quick additional bits of news and notes for you today...  [Read on here…]

In today’s episode of The Digital Bits…

June 23, 2016 - 3:17 pm   |   By

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… Tim Salmons checks in with another new Pick-Ups Blu-ray review, this time featuring a look at Scream Factory’s Jeepers Creepers 2: Collector’s Edition. Don’t miss it!

Also today, our friends at Warner Archive would like me to tell you all that they’re aware of the problem with their new Victor Victoria Blu-ray and are taking steps to address it. They’ll have official word on the matter soon. Just know they’re on it.  [Read on here…]

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All right, our own Tim Salmons has checked in with another Pick-Ups Blu-ray review for you all today: It’s none other than Jeepers Creepers: Collector’s Edition from Scream Factory. Do give it a look.

Also today, we finally have that official statement from Paramount we’ve all been waiting for regarding their Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan – Director’s Cut Blu-ray release. Here it is...  [Read on here…]

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