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Enter the Void Blu-ray Announced

Posted December 20, 2010 11:34 AM by Juan Calonge

Blu-ray MoviesMPI Video has announced Enter the Void for Blu-ray release on January 25, 2011. Loosely inspired in The Tibetan Book of the Dead, Gaspar Noé's follow-up to his controversial Irréversible is a highly experimental nightmare film, shot in first-person photography against a hallucinatory Tokyo cityscape. Running time is listed as 143 minutes.

Special features include:
  • Deleted scenes
  • Teasers
  • Trailers
  • US trailer
  • Unused trailers
  • VFX
  • Vortex
  • DMT
  • Posters



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Wdm81
 - Dec 20, 2010

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adamhopelies
 - Dec 20, 2010

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Crap? Enter The Void is amazing!

V2David
 - Dec 20, 2010

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Agreed. This one is worth getting on Blu-ray! Should be amazing! Anyone know which version this will be?

a clockwork orange
 - Dec 20, 2010

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crap! Really! i guess you waiting for Yogi Bear 3-disc set announcment!
I'm grabbing this day one...
Hopefully Irréversible will be on blu someday.

iam1bearcat
 - Dec 20, 2010

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whoa, that was a wicked trailer. i haven't seen or even heard of this film before 5 minutes ago, but i will definitely have to rent the blu when this comes out. the colors alone should be worth the rental price!

keldons
 - Dec 20, 2010

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So I guess we won't be getting both cuts of the film?

Minimejer05
 - Dec 20, 2010

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This looked INTENSE. Blind buying for sure.

majorkonig41
 - Dec 20, 2010

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this movie is torture to get through. but it is a certain type of torture that must be endured at least once. it is brilliant and horrendous at the same time. if you havent seen it you will understand my meaning after watching it.

Arkadin
 - Dec 20, 2010

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pretty skeptical that the MPI release will be better than the overseas bd.
think I'll import.

insinu8
 - Dec 20, 2010

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Judging by the trailer, this film may induce epileptic seizures. Wonder if they'll slap a warning sticker on the cover.

jdrouette
 - Dec 20, 2010

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A visionary film certain to provoke debate for decades. Kubrick would have been impressed.

repete66211
 - Dec 20, 2010

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I thought Irreversible was an awful movie--and not for the usual reasons--but I'd like to see this. It definitely has style (like Irreversible), I just hope it has some substance to go with it (unlike Irreversible).

Wdm81 isn't the Hannah Montana/Jonas Brothers/Yogi Bear type of jackass. He's the Fight Club/Boondock Saints/The Expendables type of jackass. Much worse if you ask me.

Inspector Toschi
 - Dec 20, 2010

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Horrible time sitting through this in theaters. All style and no substance. Just like Gaspar Noés other films. Wouldn't touch this BD with a 10 foot pole. And someone had the gull to mumble Kubricks name in the same sentence?

poland626
 - Dec 20, 2010

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ugh, I thought this movie would be like the one everyone here in the comments is hoping for, well, be prepared to be disappointed. It's boring and sluggish most of the nearly 2 and a half hour of film that could've and should've been condensed into a short 30-40 minute short film imo.

brettlv5506
 - Dec 20, 2010

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143 minutes? That sucks. I was hoping we wouldn't get the cut version. Lets see the Japanese release has mosaic censoring, the French release has forced subs, and the German doesn't have English audio. Maybe the UK will get the full version and I can import that. Doubt it though, the UK loves to cut films to shreds.

Kakihara
 - Dec 20, 2010

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repete66211, I really resent your lumping of Fight Club with the other films you mentioned. I also highly disagree with your assessment of Irreversible. Even though you haven't seen Enter the Void and would like to see it, hoping it has substance, don't pigeonhole people. I liked Enter the Void and many other art films, but I also liked Fight Club.

Kakihara
 - Dec 20, 2010

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I'm hoping the 143 minute runtime is a typo and that they will have the uncut version. Then again, I heard the film works best in that cut. The special features has listed deleted scenes, so maybe the 18 minutes cut will be there. I just might tolerate that if the UK release won't be region-free. We'll see. For now, I'm keeping my pre-order but it is subject to change.

clemery
 - Dec 20, 2010

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I saw this recently as an MKV that was 164 minutes that was in English and certainly seemed uncut.

Definitely my favourite film of the year!

adamhopelies
 - Dec 20, 2010

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"143 minutes? That sucks. I was hoping we wouldn't get the cut version. Lets see the Japanese release has mosaic censoring, the French release has forced subs, and the German doesn't have English audio. Maybe the UK will get the full version and I can import that. Doubt it though, the UK loves to cut films to shreds."

The UK didn't cut Enter The Void. In fact when the film showed theatrically we got both the directors cut and the standard version (which was approved by the director and passed uncut by the BBFC). The UK has it well when it comes to cutting, with a track record far greater than the MPAA, who act bizarrely and with a heavy political hand. British classification is nowhere near as bad as its unfair reputation suggests, and the only reason to suspect that we might not get the Director's cut of the film would be down to the decision of the distributors (as, like I said, it already has been certified (18) for theatrical release).

robertthunder
 - Dec 20, 2010

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This is the best news of the week! I don't think there will be a better announcement than this (Unless of corse Eraserhead is announced then *Fist Pump*)

Mobe1969
 - Dec 20, 2010

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Might be worth waiting for the UK version then.

pEgLeG
 - Dec 20, 2010

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My type of film

brettlv5506
 - Dec 20, 2010

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@adamhopelies I hope you are right about the UK not cutting films up. I also hope that maybe this is a typo like someone else suggested, but I doubt it.

repete66211
 - Dec 20, 2010

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indiephantom
 - Dec 21, 2010

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easily the best film I saw last year, along with Fish Tank. Can't wait. Finally...something worth owning. The HD will look amazing.

tbizzle
 - Dec 21, 2010

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Great news, I've been looking forward to this one!

jnelson1
 - Dec 21, 2010

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Here is what MPI told me when I asked them about this when they first announced it - Enter The Void will be the Director’s Cut – 161 minutes. Then again, they also sent out Santa Sangre with the wrong pricing and then had to raise it.

Dubstar
 - Dec 21, 2010

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even Amazon listed the DVD/bluray at 161 minutes - if that's not the cast, I'll just buy the UK home video version.

BluPix
 - Dec 21, 2010

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This should look intriguing on BD. I liked it in theaters. I'll be able to watch it again to gain a better understanding of it.

alexroubaix
 - Dec 22, 2010

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The MPI website's cover art for the film has a banner at the top stating "Full Length Director's Cut".

http://www.mpihomevideo.com/Store/Detail.asp?ProdID=10759


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