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Warner is aware of these problems and is offering replacements for these discs, but has yet to offer word on when these replacements will be available. To get a fixed copy, call Warner at 1 800 553 6937.
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Jason Statham plays a professional hit man who is poisoned and has only hours to live. He has some big tasks to accomplish before the grim reaper arrives.
The DVD version will be available as a widescreen and a fullframe edition separately and offer up an English 5.1 channel Dolby Digital EX audio track.
As extras the DVD will offer a Crank’d Out Mode in which viewers can experience exclusive behind-the scenes footage, making-of insights, interviews, running commentary , gags and much more without ever leaving the film. Also included is a Family-Friendly Audio Track without all the expletives. Sounds a lot like someone ran out of ideas for bonus materials, but so be it.
The Blu-Ray version will offer up the same content from the DVD version but will also included 3 Additional Featurettes entitled “Shooting Crank,” “The Stunts Of Crank” and “Pushing Crank.”
The film will be in stores on January 9 with a $28.98 suggested retail price for the DVD version and a $39.99 price tag for the Blu-Ray Disc.
Reid stars in a gruesome tale about a group of attractive young college students forced to seek shelter in an ominous abandoned factory after a car accident leaves them stranded. Lurking within is a vicious serial killer bringing new meaning to the term "deranged." Soon, though, the group - what's left of them - makes another shocking discovery. Inside a triple-locked, shatterproof glass cage is a mysterious coma patient who holds the key to their escape and, ultimately, their survival.
No supplements will be included on the disc, but it will arrive for $24.96 on February 6th.
Also featured are a full-length audio commentary by Pennebaker and Dylan's tour manager (and artist in his own right) Bob Neuwirth, as well as a new Bob Dylan 65 Revisited commentary by the pair. Additional bonus material includes an alternate version of the now-famous "Subterranean Homesick Blues" cue-card sequence, and the original theatrical trailer, a D.A. Pennebaker filmography, a Bob Dylan discography, and cast and crew biographies, all housed in collectible packaging, assuring fans an immersive Dylan experience in three mediums: film, music and print.
February 27th, 2007 will see the release of the disc for $19.95.
Clever sleuthing has led you to treasure: the very first season of What's New Scooby-Doo? Enjoy all 13 episodes of spoofy hilarity and mystery with the crime-busting gang --from scary snowboarding in There's No Creature Like Snow Creature to the season finale The Unnatural, with the voices of real-life baseball greats Mike Piazza and Luis Santiago. As Scooby-Doo fans know, popular stars often lend their vocal talents in such takeoffs as Riva Ras Regas (co-starring teen pop singer Lindsay Pagano) and American pop idol JC Chasez from super group *NSYNC. But everyone knows who the biggest heartthrob of the show is really...who else? Scooby-Dooby-Doo!
The 2-disc DVD set will contain all 13 episodes that make up the show’s first season in their original fullframe aspect ration, complete with Dolby Surround audio. As extra the DVD set will also contain a Bonus Episode called “A Scooby-Doo Valentine”
“What's New Scooby-Doo: Season 1” will be in stores on February 20 for $19.98.
Filmed in 2006 over two nights at the Harry De Jur Playhouse in New York City, This Filthy World captures an irreverent stand-up/nightclub routine that John Waters has been developing and changing over the course of 35 years to the delight of audiences and cinephiles all over the country. Alarming but never mean-spirited, the film captures Waters’ insights on everything from the director’s own childhood to his obsession with Michael Jackson, capital punishment, artistic censorship and why he always admired the Wicked Witch of the West more than Dorothy.
Interestingly this DVD will be available exclusively through Netflix when it becomes available on December 12th.
Goodbye Mr. Altman, and thank you for making us love movies.
Third season highlights include three episodes shot on location in Hawaii, the first appearance of Jeannie's evil sister (Eden in a black wig) and fun guest stars including Bob Denver (TV's "Gilligan's Island"), comedian Don Rickles, Milton Berle (TV's "The Milton Berle Show"), Mike Farrell (TV's "M*A*S*H"), Paul Lynde (TV's "Bewitched"), David Soul (TV's "Starsky & Hutch"), Hawaiian singer Don Ho, Larry Storch (TV's "F Troop"), Susan Howard (TV's "Dallas"), Ted Cassidy (TV's "The Addams Family") and music producer Phil Spector.
On January 30th, the DVD will appear on shelves.
According to Best Buy spokesperson Brian Lucas, “Customer response due to the format war is so muted that it is not even a factor for us. There are people who had to have either one or both when they came out, but most people are sitting on the sidelines to see how this plays out.”
Let's hope someone at either camp figure out how to market this beast.
Last updated: November 28, 2006
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