Ultra HD Blu-ray begins arriving in U.S. stores, just as 3DTV is declared “dead” by IB Times https://t.co/9hScDCjK3B
We’ve got a BIG post for you guys today. Let’s start with some new release announcements…
First up, Warner Home Video has finally announced a pair of catalog Blu-ray titles to get excited about: The Big Red One and Memphis Belle are on the way on 5/16 (SRP $19.98 each). [Editor’s Note: We’ve checked with Warner Home Video sources and have confirmed that The Big Red One contains a remastered version of the film’s 113-minute Theatrical Cut in HD and – as a ‘special feature’ – the 169-minute Reconstruction version in SD only as well. That’s official, so FYI and make your plans accordingly.] Check out the cover artwork below. One assumes that any extras that were on the DVDs will carry over. [Read on here…]
Couple more things for you today...
First, our own Tim Salmons has returned with a review of Sony’s Olympus Has Fallen on Blu-ray Disc. Sounds like a decent rental at least.
Also today, MPI and IFC Midnight have set Argento’s Dracula 3-D, directed by Dario Argento and starring Rutger Hauer, for Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray release on 1/28.
Scream Factory has set The Slumber Party Massacre for Blu-ray release on 3/18. [Read on here…]