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All right, there was no update yesterday because I was up in L.A. checking out Robert Harris’ recent restoration tests of The Alamo with my own two eyes. Despite what MGM has claimed officially, let me assure you, having now seen the tests firsthand – which the studio has apparently not done yet for some strange reason (and how weird is that?) – this film is in serious need of restoration. The good news, however, is that I’ve also seen tests of how good the film could look like if given a restoration. The result would easily be worth theatrical presentation and a solid Blu-ray release. So keep spreading the word and keep the pressure on the studio. Fingers crossed. [Read on here…]

More announcement news today...

Lionsgate has announced the Blu-ray release of the remastered Like Water for Chocolate on 8/19. Lionsgate has also set Angriest Man in Brooklyn for Blu-ray, DVD and digital release on 7/22, along with Mumfie’s Quest: The Movie for DVD only. In August, look for Deadbeat on DVD on 8/26. And in September, Words and Pictures will arrive on Blu-ray, DVD and digital on 9/9. [Read on here…]

Our own Dr. Adam Jahnke has turned in a new installment of his An Honor to Be Nominated looking back at Erin Brockovich. You’ll find that in today’s Jahnke’s Electric Theatre update, so don’t miss it!

Now then, here’s a few more new title announcements to close out the week...

The first bit of big news today is that StarVista Entertainment and Time Life have officially announced The Wonder Years: The Complete Series on DVD. The 26-disc set will come packaged in a replica of a high school locker and will include a specially-designed yearbook, magnets, cast and crew liner notes and more. You can see what the package looks like at the left there. More details on the extras and the street date will be revealed over the coming weeks at WonderYearsDVDs.com. Here’s what the package looks like... [Read on here...]

Just a quick one today with a few more new title announcements. First though, it looks like more media outlets have picked up our Warner/Amazon story today, including Wired. Fascinating how this is going viral.

Now then... in announcement news today, 20th Century Fox has set Dom Hemingway (starring Jude Law) for Blu-ray and DVD release on 7/22.

Kino Lorber has announced new catalog Blu-rays for August, including Mr. Majestyk (1974), The Children’s Hour (1961), The Unforgiven (1960), and Breakheart Pass (1975) on 8/12, and The Party (1968), Cast a Giant Shadow (1966), On the Beach (1959), and What’s New Pussycat? (1965) on 8/26. [Read on here...]

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