Double Jeopardy Jahnke offers

Double Jeopardy

Jahnke offers up a nice Twilight alternative for you: E1 Entertainments Suck on DVD. Nice title. Right to the point. Plus, its got Malcolm McDowell, so you know. Jahnke says its well worth a look. Also here at the site today, weve kicked off a new Giveaway, offering each of you the chance to take home copies of Warners Harry Potter: Years 3 4 Ultimate Collectors Editions on DVD! Entries will be accepted until Noon Pacific on Sunday, October 31st. Click on the links for instructions on how to enter and good luck! Before we dive into the release news this afternoon, were getting a lot of reports from Canadian readers that their version of the Apocalypse Now Blu-ray produced by Lionsgate but released by Maple Pictures in Canada has problems, including missing booklets and incorrectly labeled discs. Maple is already recalling and repressing the discs and will be making the corrected versions available within a couple weeks. Ive contacted them to get a customer service address for you, and theyve asked me to have any Canadian readers having problems with the Blu-ray release to e-mail them at Please be sure to include your name, full mailing address and phone number. Theyll be sending out the fixed discs as soon as possible. They seem like very nice people in the contact Ive had with them, so I dont doubt theyll make it right for everyone. Now in announcement news today, 20th Century Fox has finally set The A-Team for Blu-ray and DVD release on 12/14, just as we expected SRP 98 and Both will include the original theatrical cut and a new extended edition of the film. The DVD will also include audio commentary with director Joe Carnahan and an A-Team Theme Mash-up. The Blu-ray will add deleted scenes, 4 featurettes The Devils in the Details: Inside the Action with Joe Carnahan, Plan of Attack, Character Chronicles and Visual Effects Before and After with commentary by Visual Effects Supervisor James E. Price, along with a gag reel, the theatrical trailer and a bonus Digital Copy. Heres the cover As you can see, Fox has also set Ever After for Blu-ray release on 1/4/ MGM will also release Rob Roy on Blu-ray Disc via Fox on 1/11/ Meanwhile, Universal has set Ray to for release on Blu-ray on 2/1/ Image Entertainment has announced The Lightkeepers and 16 Wished for DVD and Blu-ray release on 11/16, followed by Gerry Andersons Space Precinct: The Complete Series on DVD only on 11/ Infinity is releasing Presenting Roger Best of the Bs Collection 3: Escape Double Jeopardy Prison on DVD on 11/23, including the films Swamp Women 1955, High School Big Shot 1959 as a bonus, Women in Cages 1971, The Big Bust Out 1973 and The Hot Box 1 And Maya Entertainment has set Across the Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright for DVD and Blu-ray release on 12/ Finally, a tip of the hat this afternoon to actor Tom Bosley, of Happy Days fame, who passed away yesterday at the age of First, Dr. Jahnkes delivered his daily Hell Plaza Oktoberfest reviews and its a pretty interesting one if you havent seen it: Warners Splice on Blu-ray Disc. Its definitely one of the more unique such recent horror tales to roll out on disc in high-definition, so dont miss it. Also today, our own Tim Salmons has checked in with a review of an oldie but a goodie on Blu-ray: Lionsgates The Monster Squad: 20th Anniversary Edition ! How can you go wrong with Stan Winstons take on the great classic Universal horror monsters? Answer: You cant. Enjoy! And elsewhere here at the site today, Russell Hammond has once again updated the Release Dates Artwork section with all the latest Blu-ray and DVD cover art and pre-order links. As always, a portion of any purchase you make from Amazon after clicking to them through our links goes to help support our work here at The Bits and we truly do appreciate it. In release news, Possible Films is delivering Hal Hartleys first film, The Unbelievable Truth on DVD today, available exclusively from Extras will include a never-before-seen documentary featuring many of the directors most memorable collaborators like Martin Donovan, Thomas Jay Ryan, Robert John Burke, and the late Adrienne Shelly. SRP is a substantial Image Entertainment has set the Australian horror import Damned by Dawn for release on DVD and Blu-ray on 11/9 SRP 97 and Extras will include audio commentary, a making of featurette and the trailer. Acorn Media has a number of interesting DVD titles coming out on DVD and Blu-ray over the next month, including 20th Century with Mike Wallace: Politics Presidents and A Mind to Kill: Series 2 on 10/19 both DVD, Slings Arrows: The Complete Collection Blu-ray, Agatha Christies Poirot: The Murder on the Orient Express Blu-ray, Poldark: Series 2 DVD and Charles Kuralts On the Road: Set 3 DVD on 10/26, Cadfael: The Complete Collection, Midsomer Murders: Village Cases Files, Agatha Christies Marple: The Geraldine McEwan Collection and The Red Green Show: The Toddlin Years all DVD on 11/2, and Bill Moyers: Genesis A Living Conversation and Bill Moyers on Faith Reason both DVD on 11/ Finally, heres something cool: Shout! Factory and Rainmaker Entertainment are launching a contest related to the forthcoming release of ReBoot. Theyre looking for the most unique fan rendition of their favorite characters from the show. Fans have until 12/3 to submit their entries and the shows original production designer, Brendan McCarthy, will select 5 to be showcased on the DVD releases in 20 Winners will be notified on 12/13 and will get a free copy of the complete series DVD set next year. Click here for more details at the official ReBoot website. First, Sony has confirmed Salt for DVD and Blu-ray release on 12/ There will be Double Jeopardy theatrical and Unrated DVDs SRP 95 as well as an Unrated Blu-ray SRP Extras on the Blu-ray will include multiple audio commentary tracks with the filmmakers, a Spy Cam PiP viewing mode, 6 featurettes SALT: Declassified, The Ultimate Female Action Hero, The Real Agents, Spy Disguise: The Looks of Evelyn Salt, The Modern Master of the Political Thriller: Phillip Noyce and False Identity: Creating A New Reality, a Phillip Noyce radio interview and the usual BD-Live and movieIQ options.

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