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!
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!
Demolition Man is coming in a double pack with Assassins in August.
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!
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.
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.
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.