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.