dubbed version only too?
dubbed version only too?
New Image from Bong Joon-Ho’s SNOWPIERCER Features a Bald Tilda Swinton | Collider
[Update: The source of the image has offered an update clarifying that this is from a photoshoot and is not an image from Snowpiercer. Apologies for the confusion.]
Enter the Dragon 40th Anniversay Ultimate Collector’s Edition Blu-ray
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has officially announced that it will release Robert Clouse's Enter the Dragon in a Collector's Edition Giftset on June 11th.
Commentary by producer Paul Heller
New Featurette No Way As Way
New Featurette The Return to Han's Island
New Featurette Wing Chun: The Art that Introduced Kung Fu to Bruce Lee
Interview Gallery featuring Lee's wife, Linda Lee Caldwell
Backyard Workout with Bruce Lee
Curse of the Dragon
Location: Hong Kong with Enter the Dragon
Blood and Steel: The Making of Enter the Dragon
Personal Profile Bruce Lee: In His Own Words
Seven TV spots
Wow, I'm glad I never got around to upgrading my DVD of this. Definitely pre-ordering.
Juno Mak Brings Takashi Miike To Meet 'The Torturer, The Cleaner And The Gravedigger' -Bloody Disgusting
Fresh off of his awesome looking directorial debut in the Takashi Shimizu produced Rigor Mortis, Juno Mak (pictured above) has begun scripting The Torturer, The Cleaner And The Gravedigger with Takashi Miike set to produce. Miike will also lend a hand later in the scripting stage, per Screen Daily. It’s not explicitly stated who will be directing the film, but at the moment it’s a safe assumption that Mak will be handling those duties as well.
As with Rigor Mortis, Mak’s Kudos Films will also be producing. Fortissimo recently picked up international rights to that film, no word on they’ll be involved with The Torturer, The Cleaner And The Gravedigger in the same regard.
With that kind of title, I’m just excited for the synopsis to come in!
Jackie Chan Double Feature (Police Story / Police Story 2) Blu-ray Review
Much better than I was expecting. Guess I'll be picking this up.
Police Story has the best stuntwork I've ever seen.
Blu-ray Review: Deadball | High-Def Digest
And aside from the low-budget goodness, cartoony violence and other pleasurable absurdities, 'Deadball' mostly suffers from the one thing that even does in films of the highest quality: a mismanagement of time and tempo. The front end of the film is so overloaded with establishing Jubeh's past, his current predicament and the build-up to the baseball game against the murderous St. Black Dahlia High School team that, by the time the game's actually underway, and the various characters are dropping faster than randy teenagers at Camp Crystal Lake, the movie feels like its been running for an eternity – yet the story's nowhere near finished.
Yes, this is a niche movie if there ever was one. It's not intended to appeal to the widest possible audience; it's meant to appeal to the specific tastes and proclivities of those familiar with either Yamaguchi's work, or the particular brand of film put out by Sushi Typhoon. But these particular details shouldn't preclude a movie from continually engaging its audience. It's one thing to be deliberately strange, and to have built an audience off that persistent need to exist outside the box. It's another thing altogether to make the audience want to join you there for longer than the duration of your story.
There are laughs abound in 'Deadball' and it should be praised for its manic desire to play out-of-bounds, but that level of intensity should also translate into a film that's appealing for more than it's weirdness. Everybody loved watching the kid on the playground eat worms, but nobody was asking him to hang out afterwards.
Sadako 3D Blu-ray
Most of the reviews for this were not good, but I can't help it. I want to see it.Quote:
Texas-based distributors Well Go USA have officially announced that they will release on Blu-ray the latest installment in the frightening Ring franchise, Japanese director Tsutomu Hanabusa Sadako 3D. The release will be available for purchase online and in stores across the nation on June 4th.
The Tower Gets U.S. Release Date
Inception Media Group will release on Blu-ray Korean director Kim Ji-hoon's blockbuster The Tower (2012), a CJ Entertainment production, starring Kim Sang-kyung (Memories of Murder), Sol Kyung-gu (Tidal Wave), Son Ye-jin (April Snow), Kim In-kwon (Haunters), and Do Ji-han (My Way). The preliminary release date set by the studio is July 2.