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Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray
I never got around to buying the previously released edition, so I'll definitely be picking this up.Lionsgate's Blu-ray of Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn features a roster of newly-produced supplementary materials. Early reports indicate that these materials include the following:
All-new audio commentary with cast/crew
All-new Swallowed Souls: The Making of Evil Dead II documentary
All-new Road to Wadesboro: The Location of Evil Dead II featurette
All-new Cabin Fever: Behind the Scenes of Evil Dead II" featurette
All-new Evil Dead II interactive archive, featuring production stills, marketing materials, production stills, and early effects tests
Vintage featurettes and behind-the-scenes footage
TV spots and trailers
Furthermore, while the studio has not yet confirmed the technical specifications for the Blu-ray, Red Shirt Pictures' Michael Felsher told Fangoria Magazine in a recent interview that "Lionsgate is aware of how dissatisfied people were with the transfer on the previous Evil Dead II Blu-ray, and are taking steps to solve that issue for the new edition."
The 25th Anniversary Edition of Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn is expected to street on November 15th.
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Sucks that its barebones, but otherwise... IT'S ABOUT ****ING TIME.It seems like we’ll be getting a pretty barebones release with this one, featuring the theatrical trailer as its only extra. The Blu-ray is presented in 1080p high definition with English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, French Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo and Spanish Dolby Digital Mono with English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles.
Woah, The Rocketeer popped onto Amazon today. Thank you Disney!
Borders has dropped the prices of DVDs to 60% off and Blu Rays to 70% off, was pretty slim pickings at my store, but did pick up "License to Kill" BR for 7.50 and "Five Fingers of Death (King Boxer)" on DVD for $6.
Yeah I think that has been posted in the Star Wars thread.
Any choices for inexpensive ($10 and under) Blu Ray's, I'm not going to do what I did with DVD and buy EVERYTHING on release day, depressing going into the store and seeing DVD's you paid $20-30 for going for $3 used. Was thinking of picking up Kill Bill Vol 1 and True Grit (1969) at BB for $10 each.