Columbia TriStar turns up the Radio

Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment is releasing the drama Radio in January, shrinking the theatrical to video window to very small margins.

Radio focuses on the mentoring relationship between a high school football coach and Radio, a man known as “the same as everybody else, just a little slower than most,” and how their unique friendship ultimately transforms the conservative attitudes of a small South Carolina town.

The film will be presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 and in anamorphic widescreen. The disc will also contain deleted scenes, a blooper reel, commentary by Director, Producer and Cinematographer, the featurettes “Football: It Ain‘t All Fun and Games”, “Righting Radio” and “Tuning In: The Making of Radio”.

Priced at $28.95, the film in theatres now will already be available on January 27th.

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