Amazon is currently selling the 30th anniversary Raging Bull for $12.50.
Sucker Punch Extended Cut Blu-ray
Warner Bros. has revealed details surrounding the Blu-ray edition of Sucker Punch, which has been confirmed for a June 28th release date. The Extended Cut will feature an additional 18 minutes of footage and has been rated R, which is a bump up from the film's PG-13 theatrical rating.
The release will also contain a picture in picture commentary track with director Zach Snyder and the feature, Animated Shorts: Sucker Punch Prequel Stories. This will all be housed in a Warner Bros. combo pack featuring a DVD version and digital copy of the film. Further information regarding additional special features have yet to be determined.
Shout! Factory Takes Us on a Ride Through Damnation Alley to Oblivion | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
YES!!!!!In Damnation Alley, the world is devastated by a nuclear holocaust, causing the Earth to tilt on its axis and bringing vast meteorological chaos. As the weather stabilizes, mutated insects start to emerge, preying on the survivors. The surviving crew at a U.S. Air Force bomb shelter in the Mojave Desert picks up radio signals coming from Albany. The commander, Major Eugene Denton (George Peppard, The A-Team), unveils two armored vehicles he has constructed and announces a plan to cross “Damnation Alley,” the hundred-mile-wide strip between areas of radiation hazard, to join the survivors. They set off, taking on two civilians — a novice singer they find in the ruins of Las Vegas and a wild teenager (Jackie Earle Haley, Watchmen) — along the way. The journey is also beset by giant mutated cockroaches, storms and crazed survivalists, making for some hair-raising escapes in this post-apocalyptic thriller.
Originally released in theatres in 1977 from 20th Century Fox., Damnation Alley has been out-of-print on VHS for several years causing passionate fans to highly anticipate its debut on DVD and Blu-ray.
Malcolm McDowell and Leon Vitali Interview A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
Last week I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Malcolm McDowell and Leon Vitali for the upcoming 40th Anniversary Blu-Ray edition of Stanley Kubrick’s seminal sci-fi satire, A Clockwork Orange, which hits stores on May 31st. While most of you know McDowell from his career defining turn as Alex in Kubrick’s film, Vitali is also an important part in the filmmaker’s legacy. After first collaborating with Kubrick on Barry Lyndon, where he played the role of Lord Bullingdon, Vitali became a friend and adviser to the iconoclastic director. After Kubrick’s death, Vitali was put in charge of the DVD restoration of all of Kubrick’s films.
We got to chat for about an hour, so this interview is loaded with great information on both the artistic elements of acting in a film and the technical minutia of actually making a film. We discussed everything from the invention of Steadicam, to Kubrick’s often blunt interactions with actors, to Anthony Burgess’s original thoughts on the film adaptation of his novel, and much, much more.
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