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We’ve got another quick update for you today with some good release news.
But first a new Blu-ray review...
The big announcement news today is that Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has just officially set The Flintstones: The Complete Series for Blu-ray release on 10/13 (SRP $84.99).
It will also be made available on Digital on 10/6 (SRP $74.99). [Read on here...]
- My Two Cents
- The Digital Bits
- Bill Hunt
- The Flintstones: The Complete Series BD
- Shout and Scream titles going out of print
- The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh BD review
- Tim Salmons
- Roger Deakins
- The King of Staten Island
- The Man Called Flintstone BD
- The Outpost
- Range Runners
- Live action Mulan goes to Disney+
- Joel Coen on the Team Deakins podcast
Today’s post is just a quickie because I’m working hard to finish up some long overdue Blu-ray reviews.
I should add a note here to acknowledge the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has proven quite a challenge for all of us, and it’s no different here at The Digital Bits. Title announcements have been delayed, many of our studio and industry contacts have either been working at home or furloughed, screener product has been delayed or cancelled, etc. And of course, as is probably the case with many of you, our own lives have been turned upside down. It’s required a lot of shifting of schedules, workflow, energies, and effort. And some of the review work I usually do personally has gotten waylaid by having to deal with other issues to keep the site going.
The good news is that we seem to be rolling with it all fairly well, and Tim, Dennis and our other Bits team members have been doing yeoman’s work filling in. That said, I do very much appreciate whatever support you guys—our readers—can provide in this difficult time, either by continuing to purchase items through our Amazon links and/or making contributions by a PayPal in our Back the Bits program. And I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you all for sticking with us. We have the best readers on the Internet. Some of you have been with us all the way back to the beginning of the site back in 1997. And we appreciate each and every one of you. [Read on here...]