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Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown Blu-rays (Updated)

Posted July 26, 2011 07:08 PM by Josh Katz

Lionsgate FilmsThis October, two of Miramax's most beloved catalog titles will make their Blu-ray debuts: Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction and its 1997 followup Jackie Brown. Tarantino's award-winning crime dramas have long been unavailable on Blu-ray in the United States; Lionsgate will update them for the high-def format on October 4th, 2011.

Lionsgate will present these two titles with brand new digital remasterings - including lossless sound tracks and 1080p video - supervised by Quentin Tarantino. The discs will also feature a number of supplemental materials.

Jackie Brown includes:
  • Critic's Corner: Then and Now (New)
  • Jackie Brown: How It Went Down featurette
  • "A Look Back at Jackie Brown" Interview with Quentin Tarantino
  • Chicks With Guns Video
  • Siskel & Ebert "At the Movies"- Jackie Brown review
  • Jackie Brown on MTV
  • Theatrical Trailer and TV Spots
  • Stills Gallery
Pulp Fiction includes:
  • Retrospective Cast Interviews (New)
  • Critics Corner: Then and Now (New)
  • Pulp Fiction: The Facts featurette
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Behind the Scenes Montages
  • Production Design featurette
  • Siskel and Ebert "At the Movies" The Tarantino Generation
  • Independent Spirit Awards
  • Cannes Film Festival Palm d'Or Acceptance Speech
  • Charlie Rose Show Interview with Quentin Tarantino
  • Theatrical Trailers and TV Spots
  • Stills Gallery
Both Blu-rays will street individually on October 4th.









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

News comments (58 comments)


Aerodude73
 - Jun 20, 2011

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Awesome News!!! LOVE Both movies.

rollinwith26s
 - Jun 20, 2011

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Minimejer05
 - Jun 20, 2011

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Can't wait for official announcement with box art!

Citizen_Steve
 - Jun 20, 2011

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Pulp Fiction is great, but Jackie Brown is my favorite! So happy to hear it's Blu-Ray bound!

miller_time22
 - Jun 20, 2011

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Pulp Fiction is a bona fide classic and Jackie Brown is severely underrated. Hopefully Lionsgate does these right in terms of special features, at least carrying over everything from the special edition dvds.

The Blufather
 - Jun 20, 2011

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@rollinwith26s - congrats on biting the bullet and making the dumbest post so far. You are a trailblazer.

rgrudinski
 - Jun 20, 2011

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FINALLY!!! I have been jonseing to watch these lately, actually... I almost settled for ::shudder:: Nextflix Streaming just the other night... Now I can hold off and watch them the way they were meant to be seen.

Byte19
 - Jun 20, 2011

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The Blufather: Best Reply of The Year...
and Day -1 for me!!!

zoodermin
 - Jun 20, 2011

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Excellent News!!!!! Pulp Fiction is one of all time Favorites and is finally on BD. Let's hope Lionsgate will deliver excellent Picture and Sound and lots of Bonus features. Haven't seen Jackie Brown but being a Tarantino film I'm sure is awesome. Day 1 for both films!!!

Juanded
 - Jun 20, 2011

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great news... love them both... this will complete tarantino's collection on blu-ray...

mjcavinder
 - Jun 20, 2011

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I'll have a Royale with Cheese.

MikeScott
 - Jun 20, 2011

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I bought Jackie Brown on DVD but never watched it. Loved Pulp Fiction and have loved all of Tarantino's films I've seen. Will pick these up.

1988jrb
 - Jun 21, 2011

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yes! I'm glad Lionsgate get them, not Echo Bridge Entertainment! Lionsgate always get english subtitles and English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1. Echo Bridge Entertainment is just horrible! they did to From Dusk till dawn, Halloween H20, The Crow: City of Angels. I hope Lionsgate Get "Cursed", "Darkness", "My Boss's Daughter", "The Faculty", "Venom",

6SIXX6
 - Jun 21, 2011

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About god damn time. Finally a move that'll make the masses wanna sell off their DVDs and make the jump to Blu-Ray. Maybe Pulp Fiction will finally do what Mean Girls and a bunch of other CLASSICS couldn't.

- Before talking crap, please understand the sarcasm...

RiffFan924
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Sorry to burst your bubble 1988jrb but Echo Bridge has "Darkness" and "The Faculty". I'm pretty sure "Cursed" as well. I've seen them packaged as double feature DVDs at Walmart for $5.

mishal
 - Jun 21, 2011

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This better be true. I hate reading news about Pulp Fiction and not being real.

Armorales102
 - Jun 21, 2011

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both are very excellent movie and both are 2 of the best movies from the 90s. Day 1 for me lets hope Walmart has them for a good price

jimmybearlondon
 - Jun 21, 2011

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This year is gearing up to be more and more expensive with all the quality title announcements coming out each week... I hope my bank manager can be understanding!

1988jrb
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Dear RiffFan924, Echo Bridge don't have darkness, the faulty, cursed on bluray, but I know they are dvds only, not bluray I hope not echo bridge get them soon!

EvolutionCherry
 - Jun 21, 2011

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PF!!!

Gardenofstone10
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Awesome awesome news!!! Sucks that Jackie Brown, one of my favorites of all time, MIGHT be a Wal Mart exclusive as I avoid them like the plague. Hope that's not true

Monty70
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Jackie Brown for $10.00

"We ain't goin nowhere but to Koreatown"

WhySoCereal
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Looks like I'll be buying both

Oz-Steve
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Pulp Fiction IS a great piece of film-making. It works on so many levels and to just dismiss it is baffling to me, but people are entitled to their opinion. Jackie Brown is underrated and is a great homage to blaxploitation films. I hope these titles are done some justice and I can get them sent to Australia (unless the local Pulp Fiction release is actually worth getting).

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
 - Jun 21, 2011

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nice to see its only exclusive to walmart for a month, hopefully the other miramax/ dimension titles that lionsgate is putting out in sept are also released in October as well.

Five Inches
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Not to be a nitpick after this great news but, please Lionsgate, can you bring us Reservoir Dogs with an MPEG4-encode as well? Pretty please?

rollinwith26s
 - Jun 21, 2011

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MAD7334
 - Jun 21, 2011

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@Five Inches; Couldn't agree more.

Also everyone should be wary of the Jackie Brown release. Last I checked it was up for only $10 and with it being Lionsgate too that doesn't give me great hopes that this movie will get the transfer it so definitely deserves. Here's praying they but the effort into it and the transfer rules!

Blu-RayNut
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I am so glad I never bought the Australian release, stupid audience warning lable in australia ruins the cover art work, be interesting what an American release will look like.

thedarkangel1975
 - Jun 21, 2011

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tridon
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Let me guess... American Walmart exclusive only for Jackie Brown, right? Geez. I hate these store-specific exclusives. It's one thing to give an extra disc or different cover art but an exclusive film altogether... ridiculous.

At least I'll be able to get Pulp Fiction. Once Jackie Brown is finally available for me to purchase, I'll pick it up with Out of Sight to get a double-dose of Michael Keaton.

Russell22
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Excellent news, been waiting for these forever! I love both films though prefer Jackie Brown, a very underated film and great performances from pam grier and Robert Forster, cant believe some people don't rate jackie brown, it baffles me quite honestly.

Five Inches
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I have yet to rate a Tarantino-movie below 8, so imho his career is still going strong. Can't wait to see what he brings to the table next time around. I admit, I do think his best work was his first two features, but he never fails to entertain me. Jackie Brown is a quiet, slow-tempo movie and it's just not everyone's cup of tea. Some people don't want surprises and probably want Quentin to do Reservoir Dogs over and over...

Ator the Invincible
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Getting both regardless of how they're presented (I just want them on my blu-ray shelf). Hopefully they get the full treatment with all the extras so I can retire my DVD copies. It does bug me a bit when I have to hang on to my DVD because the BD is barebones (or significantly lacking in the DVD's content).

JHas
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Looks like I'll have to set foot in Walmart. :-(

pitmosher
 - Jun 21, 2011

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"damn Vincent, i used the same towel to wash my hands and when i finished it didnt look like no damn maxi pad"

mhurne
 - Jun 21, 2011

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YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

repete66211
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I liked JB because I had such low expectations. PF is a good movie, but it's reception was overblown. It was like its fanboys had never seen a decent movie before. I'd get it but I'm afraid it won't age well, because contrived dialog and bad acting start showing through on repeat viewings.

PretyHateMachin
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I hope Jackie Brown is not a walmart exclusive! I don't shop at walmart! I guess I will have to look for it on ebay. Pulp Fiction day one for me!!!! These two films will complete my Tarantino collection on blu! I already owned the DVD versions of each of these, so this is a double-dip for me. Well worth it though!

BluPix
 - Jun 21, 2011

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This should make many fans quite happy. It's nice to see Lionsgate is tackling these two titles so soon after it entered into its agreement to distribute Miramax's films.

I plan to eventually pick up both Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown (the latter would still be a blind buy and I should really start buying the many other BD-available Tarantino films I've seen and liked; just haven't gotten around to it yet). I hope that not only all the special features from the previous DVD releases are there (along with a few new ones), but that the picture and sound quality are as good as they can reasonably be. (When it comes to older/catalog films, Lionsgate's a.v. quality is rather mixed.)

Moniker
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Rollinwith26s owns Chronicles of Riddick and like 10 Dragonball Z Blu-rays. 'Nuff said.

scarface16
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Needless to say........ Day 1

Blu Balls
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I'm sorry but, Pulp Fiction is 10 times the film that Jackie Brown is. I saw both in the theatres (twice for Pulp Fiction) and it was obvious as to which movie the audience enjoyed more. I don't get the whole "Fanboy" comment. Pulp Fiction has more fans because it's a better film, not to say that Jackie Brown is bad... it's actually a good movie but, it just doesn't have anywhere near the great story, dialouge, and acting that Pulp Fiction has. Sorry.

Lucy Diamond
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I remember when Pulp Fiction came out. I had this macro economics professor who was like "Oh it was horrible..it made no sense. I almost walked out."

I KNEW I had to see it and I KNEW I would love it, because she was a tooooooool.

Saw it 14 times in theaters that year.

Iceman713713
 - Jun 21, 2011

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cannot wait! - day 1!

rockinrick
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Pulp Fiction for sure

Atreyu
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I would love Pulp Fiction, but I'll believe it when I see it.

thedarkangel1975
 - Jun 21, 2011

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@Moniker what does that prove? Oh wait lets be cool and call out someone's collection.

FrellingFrakker
 - Jun 21, 2011

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@Moniker
I love Pulp Fiction but I also really enjoy and own Chronicles of Riddick, so what's your point?

JHas
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Pulp Fiction is decent, but overrated. Jackie Brown is QT's best by far. (One man's opinon).

Blu Balls
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I'm baffled!

Moniker
 - Jun 21, 2011

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I was a junior in high school when Pulp came out (not to mention a self-taught film connoisseur). I saw PF 6 times in the theaters, and I still recall the electricity in the audience, as even the casual moviegoers became blissfully aware that we were witnessing thing something that was not just thrilling, but completely revolutionary as well. I'm not sure I've had that same feeling at the movies since.

Moniker
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Calm down, Riddick/Dragonball Z fans. I was just needling him.

ThePandaTrain
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Hopefully 2 films is a 7.1 audio sound with xtras on the 2002 dvd. i need one bd this oct.

Dglee
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Great news & about time! Now if only those involved could release Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair!

killermike2178
 - Jun 21, 2011

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@rollinwith26s Yes, you have said it, and people who like it have laughed and minused that comment.

K i r a
 - Jun 21, 2011

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About time! Pulp Fiction is a day one! Might pick up Jackie Brown as a blind buy, but it's so far a Wal-Mart exclusive? Lucky I have a girl who works there to pick up at discount. Lol.

wnicholas76
 - Jun 21, 2011

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Day one for both of them!!


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