History, Legacy & Showmanship - Michael Coate looks back at A View to a Kill as the film turns 30 http://t.co/saUeN92aC7
We’ve got some ground to cover today, after our post this morning (available here if you missed it earlier), so let’s dive right in…
Our own Dr. Jahnke and Todd Doogan have turned in new columns here at The Bits today. Jahnke speaks of deep catalog wonders newly available on small-batch disc in his latest Burnt Offerings, while Todd holds court on the best of this week’s new BD and DVD releases in Doogan’s Queue. Be sure to check them out. [Read on here…]
All right, a good evening’s sleep and a bunch of antibiotics later, I’m feeling a lot better today. That means I’m going to have a couple posts for you today.
Before we get to the day’s usual columns, reviews and BD/DVD release news rundown, I wanted to give you all an update on a couple of very worthy Kickstarter projects that we’ve mentioned recently here at The Bits. So let’s get right to it... [Read on here…]
Okay… unfortunately your dedicated editor is a little bit under the weather today, so I’m going to keep this quick in order to try and rest my way out of this blasted cold.
Nevertheless, we do have some good announcement news for you today, so let’s get right to it. [Read on here…]
All right, we’ve got three things for you today to close out the week…
First, our own Michael Coate has turned in a fine new History, Legacy & Showmanship column, celebrating today’s 35th anniversary of the theatrical debut of Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now. Included in the piece is a rundown of the initial 70 mm theatrical engagements, trivia, and a pair of interview with film historians Jon Lewis and Lee Pfeiffer. Enjoy!
Also today, Tim Salmons has turned in a review of Raro Video’s The Year of the Cannibals (1970) on Blu-ray, an Italian film from director Liliana Cavani. [Read on here…]
All right, we’ve got a bit of ground to cover here at The Bits today. There’s quite a bit of release news to report.
First up, Warner Home Video has announced the Blu-ray 3D Combo, Blu-ray Combo, DVD, and Digital release of Edge of Tomorrow on 10/7 (SRP $44.95, $35.99, and $28.98 for the discs). Extras on the Blu-ray versions will include deleted scenes, 5 featurettes (Operation Downfall – Adrenaline Cut, Storming the Beach, Weapons of the Future, Creatures Not of This World, and On the Edge with Doug Liman), and the usual digital copy options. [Read on here…]