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Sci-fi Blu-ray Wave from Warner Coming Up

Posted April 22, 2010 05:09 AM by Juan Calonge

Warner Bros.An early announcement to UK retailers reveals that Warner Home Video will release a wave of movies on Blu-ray in September, most of them from the science-fiction genre. On September 20, it will release The Exorcist, Forbidden Planet, Lost in Space, Mars Attacks! and Rush Hour. A week later, the studio will release THX 1138 and Timecop.

Some of these titles may also be released around the same time in the US, but not necessarily all. Note that Timecop is a Universal title in the US.


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

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mishal
  Apr 22, 2010
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Well, based on my luck, The Exorcist will not be released in the US in September. Let's just hope the UK version will be region free.

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atexp80
  Apr 22, 2010
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Timecop is a definite buy. I hope they do a good job on the transfer as it's one of those cult action titles of the 90's that never got a quality release on DVD. Now all they have to do is announce Demolition Man and my cult cheesy 90's action/sci-fi collection can be complete!

Konrad
  Apr 22, 2010
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@ mishal: Warner titles normally are.

deadhatetheliving
  Apr 22, 2010
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Hell ya! Getting The Exorcist, Mars Attacks! and Rush Hour.

USiT
  Apr 22, 2010
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MARS ATTACKS!!!

Finally

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BigNickUK
  Apr 22, 2010
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Mars Attacks!!! At last

Harlock415
  Apr 22, 2010
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Mars Attacks will be mine!

disney-boy
  Apr 22, 2010
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Will be picking up Forbidden Planet total classic.

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thedarkangel1975
  Apr 22, 2010
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Lost in Space & Timecop at the right price. Rush Hour is a must.
nitin
  Apr 22, 2010
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all cuts of Exorcist please. And dont let Friedkin mess with the transfer.

G@zz@
  Apr 22, 2010
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Exorcist, Timecop and Lost In Space for me thank you very much

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Jumpman
  Apr 22, 2010
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The Exorcist and THX....

AlT_3D
  Apr 22, 2010
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Forbidden Planet and THX, count me in.... The Exorcist, pleeaase! As for the rest, Nah!

Monolithium
  Apr 22, 2010
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THX 1138 FTW!

phildeiner
  Apr 22, 2010
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will probably buy everyone one except rush hour that is a solid 2 weeks of blus

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davidthenikonuser
  Apr 22, 2010
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Universal no longer owns Timecop in the US, it's now with Warner.

Cap Nord
  Apr 22, 2010
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The Exorcist and THX1138; first day buys for me.

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Penthouse
  Apr 22, 2010
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Wave? Maybe a ripple. Other than The Exorcist, there is nothing here that is really exciting.

Bluyoda
  Apr 22, 2010
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THX-1138 and Mars Attacks are going to be released at around the same time in the US as well, and I am so gonna get THX and possibly Mars Attacks.

seigneur_rayden
  Apr 22, 2010
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Rush Hour and Time Cop are must buy for me. Where is Rush Hour 2?

bboisvert
  Apr 22, 2010
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"Wave? Maybe a ripple. Other than The Exorcist, there is nothing here that is really exciting."

Forbidden Planet isn't exciting? Different strokes I guess... but if you don't consider that movie to be a big deal in a 'sci-fi wave', you're in the minority.

Bishop_99
  Apr 22, 2010
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Yeah! I'll be getting Rush Hour and Timecop. Can't wait.

dmarvin
  Apr 22, 2010
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Forbidden Planet? Love it. Love the special features package Warner put with it too.

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rkolinski
  Apr 22, 2010
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I'll take ALL of these except for Rush Hour. Thank you Warner!

Grifter02
  Apr 22, 2010
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Ya, Timecop has always been Universal worldwide, but now the imdb page says "Warner Home Video (2009) (USA) (DVD)" under distributors. I wonder why this happened? Why would a studio suddenly sell the home video rights for some cheesy 90's sci-fi action movie to another studio? Weird, but I'm buying it anyway!

@atexp80:
Demolition Man is coming in a double pack with Assassins in August.

tru blu
  Apr 22, 2010
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Timecop, Lost In Space & Exorcist for me.

Minimejer05
  Apr 22, 2010
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Thats Rush Hour! Now bring on Rush Hour 2.

coolkev1701
  Apr 22, 2010
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Definitely getting THX 1138 and Timecop. Waiting for all the Rush Hour movies to come out on blu (a box set in the future maybe?).

jchand67
  Apr 22, 2010
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Rush hour and Timecop are guarantee buys.. THX1138 and Forbidden Planet, I will wait too see how the transfer comes out. Crossing my fingers Forbidden Planet passes the transfer test

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fettastic
  Apr 22, 2010
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I can only hope it's the special edition of THX because it blows the original away. Also going to snatch up Mars Attacks, Lost in Space and Forbidden Planet.

Now give us Outlander Warner!

Frozenpinky
  Apr 22, 2010
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Why not RUSH HOUR 2? Why wouldnt they release Rush Hour 1 and Rush Hour 2 on the same date?

And if it's a "wave of SCI-FI releases", what is Rush Hour doing on that list?

PeterTHX
  Apr 22, 2010
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"Outlander" must be the combination of Outland and Highlander

Maybe somebody at Warner thinks Chris Tucker in "Rush Hour" is still playing Ruby Rhod from "The Fifth Element". It's the only reason I can think of for Warner not releasing it with the Comedy wave.

jlaavenger
  Apr 22, 2010
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Timecop? Awesome! Now that only leaves Cyborg to complete my Van Damme wants.
TTC1984
  Apr 22, 2010
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Forbidden Planet for sure.

Anyone know if THX is gonna have the theatrical cut? or just the directors cut (which I'm assuming is the case?)

JediFonger
  Apr 22, 2010
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yeah hoping THX1138 to have both. but knowing Lucas it'll be just be DC.

bboisvert
  Apr 22, 2010
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"Anyone know if THX is gonna have the theatrical cut?"

It's Lucas so... I feel pretty confident saying "no".

Doc Ostrow
  Apr 22, 2010
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I have been waiting a long time for Forbidden Planet to be released on Blu-ray. It was released on HD-DVD years ago (2006) and I'm wondering what the excuse is for the delay. If the reason was to improve picture or sound quality, that's OK. I'll also pick up The Exorcist and Mars Attacks!
mredman
  Apr 22, 2010
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Mars Attacks and Exorcist (really curious how the transfer will be on that since its a pretty old movie)

jlynn33
  Apr 22, 2010
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We already know the U.S. release of The Exorcist is suppose to be on 10/05/10 and Forbidden Planet is suppose to happen on 09/07/10.

blokhed
  Apr 22, 2010
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Excellent! Exorcist, THX, and Mars Attacks for me!
Titanicfave
  Apr 22, 2010
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What are all those prices pound symbols for?? I want Mars Attacks, Rush Hour, and Timecop in USA!

halimali
  Apr 22, 2010
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I want all the 5 Exorcist movie. Please release them all together

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Al_The_Strange
  Apr 22, 2010
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Bring on the sci-fi!!!

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DAMNSAM77
  Apr 22, 2010
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I am buying Mars Attacks, Rush Hour, and Exorcist. But how exactly is Rush Hour a sci-fi movie? hehe Did I miss out on the movie plot?

doctorD
  Apr 22, 2010
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Forbidden Planet, Mars Attack, Rush Hour, Lost in Space and maybe Timecop for me!
MoviePhanatic00
  Apr 22, 2010
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Timecop ... for sure!!!

MCT
  Apr 22, 2010
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Rush Hour, Mars Attacks, THX-1138 for sure.

Taat
  Apr 22, 2010
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Yes finally some classics in Uk

MetalMike666
  Apr 22, 2010
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The Exorcist, THX 1138, and Timecop for me (assuming USA releases) ... and perhaps Lost In Space.

audioquest
  Apr 22, 2010
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Where the f*** is Outland?

BleedingBlu
  Apr 22, 2010
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I cant wait for that 'SCI FI' movie, The Exorcist! LOL....seriously though day 1 for me.

KenThompson
  Apr 22, 2010
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Forbidden Planet is first on the buy list followed by TimeCop and possibly Mars Attacks

Mobe1969
  Apr 22, 2010
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Grifter02 - excellent news on Demolition Man

Overall a pretty good announcement list. I'll get Timecop - one of my fav Van Damme films. And Mars Attacks - love the film, and the DVD was pretty poor.
sharkypuffs
  Apr 22, 2010
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Universal never owned Timecop. It was under Largo Entertainment. The same happened to Dr. Giggles which is why Warner now has the home video rights to both.

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KingSimba
  Apr 22, 2010
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I hope Rush Hour 2 gets announced aswell.
And i thought the Rush Hour's were distributed by EIV in the UK, not Warner?

SethRex
  Apr 22, 2010
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Sci-fi...yet they have Rush Hour?
dianabol5mg
  Apr 22, 2010
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Timecop is available on HD-DVD and its friggn gorgeous. Some scenes could be a little sharper, but some would never notice. The Blu should be awesome as well. I'll def. pick it up.
trentmorrison
  Apr 22, 2010
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http://captainhowdy.com/2010/02/william-friedkin-talks-exorcist-remake-3d-imax-and-blu-ray-re-releases/
stargazeruk
  Apr 22, 2010
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SSBlu I noticed that as well all newline titles are published under EIV unless things have changed reciently.

Its supprising to see warner announce it. Since newline is owned by warner and supply most of the video encodes they might of done a deal with EIV to have it published at the specified time and did the announcement as part of the deal or EIV have reciently lost the rights to all newline titles.
Lsnake
  Apr 23, 2010
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Oh boy, The Exorcist is gonna be really exciting on Blu-Ray. I mean, that's a movie that attempts to scare you with what you actually see, the details on Regans face..this could be nasty stuff. But deliciously gruesome.

EvolutionCherry
  Apr 23, 2010
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Rush Hour's Sci-Fi?
Superblaster76
  Apr 23, 2010
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Already own the titles that I want on DVD and see no need to purchase again on Blu-ray.

Grifter02
  Apr 23, 2010
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I can't believe how many people posted just to say that Exorcist and Rush Hour are not sci-fi. Jeez, get a life! It's just the title of the post because 5 of the 7 movies are sci-fi! It's not like Warner is releasing these with a "Sci-Fi Collection" banner on the cover or anything.

Frelling_cute
  Apr 24, 2010
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Let's hope we get a Nice Special Edition of Mars Attack and Lost in Space.

GregZebidy
  Apr 28, 2010
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Forbidden Planet, a must have for SF fans


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