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Warner Announces Ten Catalog Titles for September

Posted May 13, 2009 06:31 AM by Juan Calonge

Warner Bros.Warner Home Video has announced ten titles from its catalog for Blu-ray release on September 8: 'Catwoman', 'Creepshow', 'Dead Calm', 'Freddy vs. Jason'', 'The New World (Extended Cut)', 'Over the Top' , 'The Postman', 'Snakes on a Plane', 'Sphere' and 'The Texas Chainsaw Masacre (2003)'. No audio/video specs have been disclosed at this time.

No bonus features have been announced for 'Creepshow', 'Dead Calm' or 'Over the Top'. Extras for the other titles follow.

'Catwoman':
  • Alternate ending and additional scenes
  • Two Featurettes:
    • Behind the Scenes
    • The Many Faces of Catwoman
  • Theatrical Trailer
'Freddy vs. Jason':
  • Commentary by director Ronny Yu, Robert Englund (Freddy) and Ken Kirzinger (Jason)
  • Deleted/alternate scenes including the original opening and ending
  • Featurette gallery covering the film's development, art direction, makeup effects, stuntwork and more
  • Visual effects exploration with the creative team
  • Storyboards and production art galleries
  • Publicity/promotion vignettes
  • Ill Niño, "How Can I Live" music video
  • Theatrical trailer and TV spots
'The New World: Extended Cut':
  • Making 'The New World': comprehensive 10-part documentary
  • Theatrical trailers
'The Postman':
  • Commentary by creative team members
  • Theatrical trailer
'Snakes on a Plane':
  • Commentary by Samuel L. Jackson, Director David R. Ellis and Others
  • Blooper reel
  • Deleted scenes
  • Cobra Starship, "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)" music video, including behind-the-scenes
  • Featurette gallery:
    • Pure Venom: The Making of Snakes on a Plane
    • Meet the Reptiles
    • Visual Effects
    • Snakes on a Blog
  • Theatrical trailers & TV spots
'Sphere':
  • Commentary by Dustin Hoffman and Samuel L. Jackson
  • Featurette: Shaping the Sphere: The Art of the Visual Effects Supervisor
  • Theatrical trailer & TV spots
'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre':
  • Three commentaries on production, story and technical aspects with producer Michael Bay, director Marcus Nispel, stars Jessica Biel and Eric Balfour and More
  • Alternate opening and ending
  • Severed Parts: deleted scenes featurette
  • Chainsaw Redux: Making a Massacre: feature-length documentary chronicling the movie's origins, casting and production
  • Ed Gein: The Ghost of Plainfield – shocking profile of the real-like killer that inspired the movie
  • Screen tests of Jessica Biel, Eric Balfour and Erica Leerhsen
  • Motograter, "Suffocate" music video
  • Trailers & TV spots



Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (90 comments)


bajor27
 - May 13, 2009

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Dead Calm is an awesome movie, but I'd be lieing if I said I wasn't worried about the transfer

Bout time Snakes on a Plane comes to Blu as well.

Nothing super exciting in this list, but some decent stuff for sure.

Mr.White
 - May 13, 2009

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Creepshow and Snakes On A Plane for me! Maybe A New World and Dead Calm as well.

Rob71
 - May 13, 2009

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I'll buy Snakes On A Plane if they incorporate the TV version using seamless branching. You know, "I've had it with these monkey fighting snakes on this Monday to Friday plane!". I'll also pick up TCM and The Postman and Creepshow.

SleeperAgent
 - May 13, 2009

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Sphere and Creepshow for me!

CHERRYGARCIA
 - May 13, 2009

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Lincoln Hawk in HD...NICE!

Irrob
 - May 13, 2009

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I'm in for Freddy vs Jason day one. One of my guilty pleasures.

seigneur_rayden
 - May 13, 2009

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I'll take Snakes on a Plane. I've held buying the DVD for this.

Eagle_23
 - May 13, 2009

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Definitely getting TCM remake. Which cinematically is a wonderfully shot film and should just look stunning on BD. Can't wait, now if they'd just announce the prequel to it as well.

davcole
 - May 13, 2009

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Wow, i'm stunned!!

First of all congrats to Warner for pushing their catalog. Sadly I won't be purchasing any of these titles. None of them grab my attention.

Rainman208
 - May 13, 2009

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The Sphere for me. I hope they do a good job on the PQ.

horseflesh
 - May 13, 2009

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'The New World: Extended Cut':

Done right, obviously on a BD50 and with a top-notch high bitrate encode, and TrueHD......this could be a STUNNING release!

ibeetle
 - May 13, 2009

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I would not expect too much from these in terms of picture quality/transfer and sound. These are they kinds of catalog titles that in 6 months end up in the $9.99 bargain bin at Wal-mart. They are good movies just not a lot of work and/or effort went into the transfers to help keep the cost low.

They are a good way to show the average guy who bought a $179.00 Blu-ray player on Black Friday that Blu-ray Disc movies can be cheap too.

I hear so many people say things like they would buy a Blu-ray Disc player if the movies did not cost $30.00. Well with catalog titles like these come this Christmas they will get their wish. This is all really a good thing for the format, and will increase market share.

Meathead
 - May 13, 2009

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Not a single Clint Eastwood movie in the bunch?

RustyK94
 - May 13, 2009

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The postman in HD guilty pleasure time over the top and so on what a list.

Scraps
 - May 13, 2009

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Creepshow would be nice in hd would buy over the top but have the dvd and see no need for an upgrade.
Freddy vs. Jason umm already have had for a few months now.
nothing too amazing here wb's has a vast amount of movies and this is what they choose to release oh wel.

Rantlers
 - May 13, 2009

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Over The Top?! Wow, I didn't think we'd see this on blu until its dying days, can't wait! I now have faith my avatar isn't too far behind...

mrbaltan
 - May 13, 2009

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liquidice
 - May 13, 2009

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was going to make a joke the other day about the bass in Over the Top when he slams his hand down in the arm wresting competition....awesome, and 'no' I'm not buying it....ever.

Galley
 - May 13, 2009

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"The Postman" for me.

wnicholas76
 - May 13, 2009

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I'll take the following: Snakes on a Plane, The Postman, Creepshow, Freddy vs. Jason, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), and Dead Calm (Nicole Kidman is so hot in this!).

earmullet
 - May 13, 2009

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Hey WB, how about the other 2 Mad Max films?

TeresofBlood
 - May 13, 2009

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CREEPSHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! Awesome. Hopefully it is a new remastered transfer because the original Region 1 transfer is hurtin' for certain. A special edition was released in the UK recently with a beautiful anamorphic transfer. If it looks anything like that, it will be totally worth the upgrade.

neo_reloaded
 - May 13, 2009

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Man, some people are so negative. All 10 titles DNRed with lossy DD soundtracks? What cynics!

The last big batch of Warner/New Line catalogue titles was the 10 we got on April 7th (2010, American History X, Point of No Return, Tango &Cash, etc.). If I'm not mistaken, every single one of those had lossless TrueHD. And while the transfers on some weren't perfect, they were far from terrible - and some, like 2010 and American History X, were fantastic and far exceeded expectations!

So please, let's stop with the Warner hate. Now that they've embraced TrueHD, they're really not worse than some of the other studios. Sure, Sony and Disney have been pretty untouchable save for a few misteps, but Paramount, Universal, and Lionsgate hardly have pristine records. I remain optimistic, and hope that many of these titles are good. I'm in for Dead Calm, Creepshow, Snakes On A Plane, and Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003).

RIKANA
 - May 13, 2009

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Fridy vs jasion and snake on a plain! There first day pick ups.

RI

dobyblue
 - May 13, 2009

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WB have been putting lossless audio on just about all titles for months now, why would you expect regular DD? DNR, yes, EE, yes, but DD? Not likely. Should be all TrueHD.

I'll get Over The Top, took about 7 years to see a DVD release, good for Blu!

camaro
 - May 13, 2009

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Well it looked for a while like all the studios were getting better with thier catalog titles but after reading the reviews of Robin Hood Prince of Theives and True Romance I see that's not the case for Warner. They seem to have taken a step backward so I'll wait on the reviews before I buy any of these.

blukrank
 - May 13, 2009

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Creepshow is a must buy for me. One of my favorite horror films. The US DVD version is a major let down. Hopefully The Blu-Ray will not be?

reginaroadie
 - May 13, 2009

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Never seen CREEPSHOW, but hoping that they produce a decent retrospective featurette for the Blu-Ray to justify it's existence. I'd like to see this.

But of the ones mentioned, THE NEW WORLD is the one I'm really excited for. And I echo the above sentiments. If this is done right, this will look AMAZING. We need more Terrence Malick on Blu-Ray. Hopefully Criterion will re-issue DAYS OF HEAVEN on Blu, and that Warner's does a newer edition of BADLANDS.

thecardman23
 - May 13, 2009

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i couldn't care less about the other titles, but i am DEFINITELY picking up the postman w/ kevin costner when it comes out. one of my favorite films of his along with waterworld .Sick release!!

DFS61
 - May 13, 2009

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Can't wait for Malick's "The New World" -- truly one of the most mesmerizing and beautifully photographed films in decades! I'm hoping that Criterion releases "Days of Heaven" on Blu, as well -- and soon! "The Thin Red Line" and "Badlands" would be far-out, too...! (Naturally, I'm a Malick admirer....)

ryoohki
 - May 13, 2009

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LOL SOAP on Blu-ray. The bad thing, it's New Line so it will be more like Ultra DNR on a Plane than Snakes..

ECWaenigma
 - May 13, 2009

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CREEPSHOW is day one for me. I only hope they release it with ALL the extras from the Special Edition Region 2 DVD. What a great movie that will look amazing in 1080p. Now where's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD so us Romero fans can complete our DEAD collections?

TheManInBlu
 - May 13, 2009

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The most interesting one for me is Freddy Vs Jason and I already own Alliance's Canadian release from earlier this year which was a stellar transfer (bare bones but I don't care). So from this list, the only title I might pick up is Over the Top. I'm a huge Stallone fan!

Shanester
 - May 13, 2009

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Who knew there was such a demand for Catwoman

neo_reloaded
 - May 13, 2009

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Big titles are saved for big announcements. They won't announce Heat along with 9 other budget movies. When Heat comes, it will be a considerably bigger to-do. Studios can't just release the mega popular ones - they also release lower-profile titles at lower prices. This is a wave of lower-profile titles. It in no way means the big titles aren't coming.

thedarkangel1975
 - May 13, 2009

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I love The Postman. These are all guilty pleasures really. I liked Freedy vs Jason and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Sphere was boring as crap. As for Catwoman, that shouldn't even be put on Betamax.

William H Pratt
 - May 13, 2009

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Sphere & Dead Calm are the only titles that remotely interest me.

EricJ
 - May 13, 2009

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There--Now you've GOT "The Postman", "Catwoman" and "Snakes on a Plane" on "special Blu-ray editions"...
Whaddya gonna make jokes about NOW, Smartypants?? ;p

(Oh, please, not the "Good Burger" one again, we've heard it!)

fdm
 - May 13, 2009

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New World is the only one that's of any interest to me.

Pretty disappointed in those WB guys as of late, so anything they put out has got to be decent, else they can keep it. Grinding out junk that's not much better than DVD quality isn't cutting it for me. Hint to WB: Put some effort into your releases, that's the way to get people to buy your product.

SickFlow
 - May 13, 2009

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FINALLY!!!!!!!!
TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2003)


i've been waiting for this on blu since i started buyin blu
i'm so buyin this on day one when it comes out i cannot wait :]

Chaotic
 - May 13, 2009

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TCM and Catwoman for me


Sometimes horrible movies are fun to watch.

kevinokev
 - May 13, 2009

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Not that I'll buy any of them, but Sphere and Over the top baby !!
hehe

fettastic
 - May 13, 2009

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I already bought the featureless Canadian Freddy vs. Jason. I saw the features on teh original DVD and honestly wouldn't watch them again anyway.

Wow, so many great titles on one day! Blu-ray rocks the hizzouse!

RobertSprenger
 - May 13, 2009

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I know I'll take alot of flak for this but I might just have to get CATWOMAN, anybody who doesn't think they could turn down the sound & watch Helle Berry is sorely mistaken about the entertainment value - Sphere, Dead Calm, The Postman bare bones; these studios just aren't getting it & they wonder why they lose money, blu-ray should be celebrated not just thrown labels and put out like a candybar

Chaotic
 - May 13, 2009

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Im with you RobertSprenger. Ive never seen the movie but im sure its entertaining in its badness.

So i might get it

blokhed
 - May 13, 2009

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Like the rest of you, I'm baffled by some of the choices. Catwoman and The Postman really made enough money on home video to warrant blu-ray releases before other better contemporary movies? Well, I'm glad to see more catalog titles regardless, but nothing here interests me. Although, The New World certainly seems perfect for a high definition release.

nathanp
 - May 13, 2009

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I probably just get The New World.

broganreynik
 - May 13, 2009

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Put me down for The New World, Snakes on a Plane and Over The Top.

Lordy
 - May 13, 2009

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I can see Warner's justification for The New World on Blu-ray. That one is a must for me. And I'll be tempted to plunk down $20 or so for The Postman as well (I was thinking I was the only person who actually thought it was an okay flick - glad to see I'm not the only one). That being said, other than The New World, I'm shocked that Warner has chosen these titles for release on Blu over other options in their vast catalogue. Also, I agree, where the hell is "Heat" ??

mpstjohn
 - May 13, 2009

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I never thought Sphere would make it to blu before Jurassic Park. Glad to see the TCM remake and Creepshow on blu though. I hope the alternate and deleted scenes on FVSJ are included in 1080p, that'd make it one step above the Canadian release. I'm curious whose idea it was to put Catwoman on blu though. Did somebody seriously think they'd make money off of this?

thedarkangel1975
 - May 13, 2009

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I don't think most people get it. These titles will be cheap and attract then non movie afficiando to blu-ray. I see most of these titles at Wal Mart for 10 bucks.

Rhylliam
 - May 13, 2009

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4 of those suckers are New Line... keep 'em coming! The Canadian Freddy vs. Jason disc will be going OOP right about that time too.

I just bought the Creepshow 2-Disc SE DVD from the UK recently. Sad that we don't get the 2+ hours of bonus material on the blu-ray here. The film is distributed by Universal over there.

hc666
 - May 13, 2009

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Creepshow... nice... "I want my cake".

EvolutionCherry
 - May 13, 2009

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This is both bad and good..

Bad: Catwoman, nuff said(not to say it shouldn't be released on BD but it's a crap film which rivals the crappiness of Batman & Robin)

Go...no VERY GOOD!!: Freddy vs Jason!

Peaky
 - May 13, 2009

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I would probably pick all of these up, bar Catwamon. I still haven't seen Snakes On A Plane either. I'm happy with the releases though. Creepshow & Freddy vs jason are Day 1!!

DAMNSAM77
 - May 13, 2009

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snakes on a plane, creepshow and FINALLY Biel's Texas Chainsaw Massacre!!! Yes!!!

User 13
 - May 13, 2009

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Already got The New World on dvd, but might have to double dip because of the amazing scenery and soundtrack.

I haven't seen The Postman in a while, but I remember liking it. Very underappreciated.

Khaotix
 - May 13, 2009

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I'm definitely picking up TCM but is it the edition that came with that metal plate as that one was loaded with special features

I'm also picking up freddy vs jason

Jodi
 - May 13, 2009

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I like "Freddy Vs. Jason", but it's gonna be the Canadian version (currently available from Alliance) for me with it's DTS-HD MA. Probably the only reason to buy the Warner (New Line) version would be for the commentary with Mr. Englund (Freddy) and the guy behind the hockey mask (Jason).

Jodi

rumpleminz
 - May 13, 2009

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Cant wait for Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Freddy Vs Jason..

but some of these other realeases... over The Top??? That movie can't possibly be any better in HD. I don't think half the people on here know what movie that is, because everyone's complaining about Catwoman... like that's the worst release for a HD movie. At least a semi action flick with Halle Berry in hd. Over the Top/Sylvester Stallone arm wrestling in HD can't be better than catwoman as bad as it is.

DjMethod
 - May 13, 2009

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Awesome!! Snakes on a Plane and Texas Chainsaw Massacre are day one buys!

Titanicfave
 - May 13, 2009

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Freddy vs. Jason, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Creepshow(great back in the day horror), and Catwoman for me!

Chris60119
 - May 13, 2009

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Freddy vs Jason for sure. Snakes, Sphere, and Texas on a good deal...

PrinceAllen
 - May 13, 2009

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WOOOOOO!!! I never thought CATWOMAN would be available on BLU-ray!! SOOO happy I love that movie!!

owa
 - May 13, 2009

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Looking forward to Sphere so I hope they do a good job on it. As for Freddy vs Jason, I have the import already but if this release is considerably better I'll probably pick it up as well.

zedd_117
 - May 13, 2009

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I think "Snakes on a Plane" should have the TV edit as an audio choice.

andyman1970
 - May 13, 2009

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Creepshow, Freddy vs Jason and TCM remake all just in time for Halloween.

fredbalsodn
 - May 13, 2009

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I will be buying over the top cant wait and maybe Freddy vs. Jason

gazza1975
 - May 13, 2009

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Damn!!!!! Got excited when i saw Warner Announces Catalog. Am dying to see Poseidon 2006 on Blu-Ray. Know its not everyone's cup of tea but i loved it. Catwoman!!!!! Come on !!!! I for one have been really pleased with Warners blu-rays they are certainly better(Surprisingly)Than Sony/Colombia(Have already sent back Da Vinci Code, Close Encounters, Hollow Man). Can only hope Poseidon is released soon.!

ht_skinny
 - May 13, 2009

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Well, Texas Chainsaw Massacre will be a day one for me FO SHO!

Ill prolly end up gettin Creepshow and Freddy vs Jason when the price is right!

crispicazzo
 - May 13, 2009

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Texas chainsaw massacre, Catwoman & Snakes On A Plane for me! Thank you Warner!!!

gumpaholic
 - May 13, 2009

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I'll get Creepshow for sure and maybe The Postman. All the others are a waste of my time and money!

Lyle_JP
 - May 13, 2009

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Over the Top? Seriously, there's a market, a BLU-RAY market, for this Stallone flop the whole world would be better off forgetting (and most of the world already has)?

I don't usually get indignant when a studio squanders catalog release slots for dogcrap movies but.... OVER THE TOP?!? Are they really f&@$ing serious?

Forrestandjen07
 - May 13, 2009

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sphere/snakes

Minimejer05
 - May 13, 2009

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Some awesome news.

pro-bassoonist
 - May 13, 2009

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The New World should make plenty of people very happy!

Pro-B

NMErickson
 - May 13, 2009

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When I first saw the news I just saw Catwoman and thought who cares but when i read the article I became eccstatic because as the one person in the world that enjoys the TCM remake, Ive been looking foward to this title for a long time. Will also get Freddy vs. Jason. Yay!!

glopez999
 - May 13, 2009

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Creepshow, and Sphere, sound great ! How about "The Thin Red Line"

Xtrem3
 - May 14, 2009

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i will get freddy vs jason,catwomen,texas chainsaw massacre and over the top if picture and sound is
good on that one. i want demolition man too.

ogscorpion
 - May 14, 2009

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Hmmmm.....already own all of 'em on DVD (except for Sphere, Postman and Catwoman) and, just for my opinion, none of these are worth double dipping just to have it in BD.

In short, I'll pass.

RickD
 - May 14, 2009

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I know I am in the minority, but I loved Sphere. Looking forward to The Postman and Creepshow too.

indiephantom
 - May 14, 2009

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Please provide some features for Creepshow. I'll be happy with a great transfer, though. That film has such beautiful color, and I don't care what anyone says...it's the film that most resembles the look and feel of a comic book without overindulging and forgetting that it's a movie first. It's the best Romero film outside of his original 3 Dead movies. As for The Postman I've always been curious, and it seems to have an unexpectedly devoted fanbase. I'm happy to see Over the Top in the mix, because it probably means more Stallone is right around the corner (Cobra, Demolition Man, and Lock-Up work for me).

natedog543
 - May 14, 2009

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Snakes on a Plane HAHA! love that movie. I'll pick up that and Chainsaw

t0nythebeat
 - May 14, 2009

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"Texas CHainsaw Massacre 2003" ... this is what I've been asking for since my first blu. I can't wait!!!!!

nazdar
 - May 15, 2009

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Wow for me; The New World is great, Snakes on a Plane is fun, so is Freddy vs. Jason, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Sphere and Catwoman makes me forget all those serious superheroes and get to watch Halle Berry in a Catsuit. Now I know what my cats do at night.

Cordre69
 - May 15, 2009

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Oooh, Sphere!
I'll pick up Texas Chainsaw as well!

MichaelBate
 - May 15, 2009

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Great that "The New World" is being released (the rest of the titles (except maybe "The Postman)" are garbage.

How about the other films by Terrence Malick, especially "The Thin Red Line" and "Days of Heaven" (Criterion recently released a DVD of the latter title).

lobo81865
 - May 15, 2009

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Ha ha. Glad to know I'm not the only one who liked "The Postman." I might pick it up used on Amazon.

soulfinger
 - May 16, 2009

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Sphere? Seriously... Sphere?

Has to be one of the WORST scifi movies ever made.

Blue-Man
 - May 17, 2009

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None of these for me. So many movies I want to get on Blu-ray but all that seems to get released is crap.


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