Paramount and Bad Robot give iTunes another exclusive Star Trek commentar–– ah, fuck it https://t.co/922MI4pxAb
Meanwhile, here’s something that TOTALLY slipped under the radar: Thunderbean Animation has just released Fleischer Classics featuring Gulliver’s Travels on Blu-ray/DVD Combo, which was restored by Steve Stanchfield. And no less an authority that Jerry Beck has raved about the quality of this release. You can pick it up at Amazon (see the linked cover art below) for just $19.95 direct from Thunderbean. Now if only we could get the Fleischer Superman shorts – what at thrill that would be!
In other news today, Universal has confirmed the 6/3 new-to-Blu-ray release of The Break-Up, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason and You, Me and Dupree. Hey, Universal... come on: How ‘bout Steven Spielberg’s 1941?! Please?
Level 33 Entertainment has set Harold’s Going Stuff and Legend of the Psychotic Forest Ranger for DVD only release on 4/22.
Image Entertainment has set Camp Dread for DVD only release on 4/15.
Vertical Entertainment will release Boys of Abu Ghraib on DVD on 4/15 as well.
Lionsgate will release Barefoot on DVD on 4/22.
Peace Arch Trinity has set Patrick: Evil Awakens for VD release on 6/17.
Phase 4 Films has set Goodbye World for BD release on 6/3, thus answering the question “What the heck has Andrian Grenier been up to since Entourage?”
Remember those Sony Godzilla Blu-ray double feature titles we told you about a couple weeks ago (due on 5/6)? Well now it turns out Section 23 if releasing a few more of the classic Godzilla titles on Blu-ray too (also due on 5/6) including Godzilla vs. Gigan (a.k.a. Godzilla on Monster Island), Godzilla vs. Hedorah (a.k.a. Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster) and Ebirah Horror of the Deep (a.k.a. Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster). SRP is just $14.98 each. Here’s the covers for the whole mess of them – click on the art to pre-order on Amazon...
Finally, we’d normally post this in The Rumor Mill, but it’s just a crumb so take it here as you will with a grain of salt: Retail sources are telling us that Disney is going to revisit Frozen on Blu-ray in time for the holidays, with a more deluxe special edition release that will include Blu-ray 3D. We’ll let you know as we hear anything more.
- Bill Hunt