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Warner SF, Thrillers on Blu-ray (Updated)

Posted March 22, 2012 10:58 AM by Josh Katz

Warner Bros.This summer, Warner Home Entertainment will continue transferring its library catalog onto the HD format. The studio will release Blu-rays for sixteen popular thrillers, including: While the discs' respective technical and supplementary details are still unknown, all nine films will receive HD picture and sound upgrades.

Altered States, The Astronaut's Wife, Brainstorm, Coma, Frequency, Outland, and Spawn street on July 10th. The other Blu-ray thrillers street one week later on July 17th.



































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News comments (126 comments)



snakemaster7
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets, nice!

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Jompa
  Mar 21, 2012
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At last will Hard to Kill be released on Blu-ray.

chad_1138
  Mar 21, 2012
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Can replace Butterfly Effect and A Perfect Murder now

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tridon
  Mar 21, 2012
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I've held off on The Butterfly Effect in Canada because Blu-ray didn't include the alternate ending (which I prefer). I'll be crossing my fingers that this edition includes it.
MoulinBlu
  Mar 21, 2012
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In for Just Cause, a terrific thriller!
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nathan_393
  Mar 21, 2012
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MEAN STREETS. So stoked! Would have bought the French release if it wasn't for Region B players only.

Dglee
  Mar 21, 2012
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I'm hoping both cuts will be included on The Butterfly Effect.

Mr. Cinema
  Mar 21, 2012
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Wow. Looks like WB can release more catalogs in 1 day than Sony can in 1 year.

eiknarf
  Mar 21, 2012
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I didnt know there was a BUTTERFLY EFFECT 2

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varmintx
  Mar 21, 2012
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I've still never seen Mean Streets...that will soon be rectified.

bboisvert
  Mar 21, 2012
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In for Mean Streets and A Perfect Murder. Both of these DVDs had great supplements... so I'm naturally hoping that Warner ports those over.

visualsynth
  Mar 21, 2012
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Hard to Kill, A Perfect Murder and Next of Kin!

eiknarf
  Mar 21, 2012
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Pretty slick (scum-baggy) that they used Ashton's and Amy's scenes from the original Butterfly Effect in the trailer for The Butterfly Effect 2, which they're not in at all. "Maybe we can get people to think Ashton and Amy Smart are in the sequel..."

Hunk Golden
  Mar 21, 2012
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"Next Of Kin" only got a fullscreen release on DVD, so this is nice.

Guydowood
  Mar 21, 2012
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"You can take that to the bank!"
"I'll take you to the bank, the bloodbank"...

ikari777
  Mar 21, 2012
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All these releases don't interest me except Mean Streets, Scorsese I'm always down for!

chillwill92
  Mar 21, 2012
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MEAN. STREETS.

Wolverine626
  Mar 21, 2012
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Finally, Hard to Kill

Darth Marcus
  Mar 21, 2012
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MEAN STREETS!!

Doctorossi
  Mar 21, 2012
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'Bout time for Mean Streets! At least, getting it now, we'll see a lossless audio track.

CandyStalker
  Mar 21, 2012
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So, basically the entire WalMart discount bin on blu.
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nolfoc
  Mar 21, 2012
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wooho! hard to kill

seigneur_rayden
  Mar 21, 2012
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Cellular and Hard to Kill for me!!!
insomniac013
  Mar 21, 2012
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Butterfly Effect is great pulp sci-fi! Just about the only movie where i can tolerate Ashton Kutcher's presence.

Mean Streets i've also waited a long time for!

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Mr. Eddy
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets is one of my most wanted titles for Blu, so ... WOO-HOO!!!!!!

jupiter123
  Mar 21, 2012
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I was hoping for Devils Advocate.

TheManInBlu
  Mar 21, 2012
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Ten times hurray for HARD TO KILL!!! This has been my most wanted film on Blu-ray ever since I got into BDs in the summer of 2008. It's also my avatar pic so I am absolutely stoked to get it on day one. With this, I now complete my 6 classic Seagal film collection on Blu-ray Might get Next of Kin as well...
festivalcitydave
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets!

rafaelsalguero
  Mar 21, 2012
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And "The Cell", "Selena", "Angel Eyes" ?????

Shagadelic
  Mar 21, 2012
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"I missed, I NEVER miss! They must be smaller than I thought!"
wicca936
  Mar 21, 2012
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Butterfly Effect for me

stlcards
  Mar 21, 2012
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I hope it's the theatrical cut for Butterfly Effect. I hated the alternate cut!

VanDammage80
  Mar 21, 2012
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Sweet! Hard to Kill and Next of Kin will be mine!

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PowellPressburger
  Mar 21, 2012
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KLUTE would have been a nice addition. Rumor has it not set for 2012 so maybe next year?

Minimejer05
  Mar 21, 2012
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Hopefully The Butterfly Effect has both cuts of the film. I have the Canadian Blu and wouldn't mind main menus and some special features.
LetsGetATaco
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets!

miTfan3
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets is day one!
Daytripper
  Mar 21, 2012
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I have "Cellular" from Canada but will double dip if the PQ reviews are good. It's such a fun "B" movie.
And I ***love*** "A Perfect Murder".

tylerdurden10
  Mar 21, 2012
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I think we can safely say that 2012 is the year of the catalog releases! So excited about Hard To Kill & Butterfly Effect

bondfooll
  Mar 21, 2012
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Digital Bits has the cover up for Mean Streets, and it is ATROCIOUS. Why couldn't they use the poster art?

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megafan999
  Mar 21, 2012
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The Butterfly Effect, awesome! Was just about to import. Hopefully both cuts are included.

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Dragon Lee
  Mar 21, 2012
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definitely down for Mean Streets and Hard to Kill, my favorite Seagal flick!

blg
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets! Don't care one bit about the cover art.
NYorker
  Mar 21, 2012
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Wow, Next of Kin - there's a title I haven't heard of in years...

Network23
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets , YES!!!

tylerdurden10
  Mar 21, 2012
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Just read on digitalbits that Butterfly Effect WILL include both cuts!!!

MCT
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets and Hard To FUCKING Kill!!!!!
scottevil50
  Mar 21, 2012
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I'm all over Mean Streets and Murder in the First. The Butterfly Effect, Hard to Kill and Cellular I want as long as I find for the right price. I have never seen Next Of Kin, but I hear good things. Just Cause and A Perfect Murder are just ok, maybe when they get to 5 dollar bin one day.

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goodstuff
  Mar 21, 2012
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Hard To Kill! Now we just need On Deadly Ground, Glimmer Man & Fire Down Below to finish up the pre-DTV Seagal canon. Was really hoping to see The Crush and Devil's Advocate on the list too.

tcdrek
  Mar 21, 2012
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Nothin' like watching Mason Storm kill dirty cops in HD. Fuck yeah.
erikilla
  Mar 21, 2012
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Nice! I'm interested in Hard to Kill and Just Cause! The rest, not so much. Maaaaaybe Cellular, if my budget allows it.

dirtylemons
  Mar 21, 2012
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@bondfooll:

Completely agree. The French release has the perfect cover art, and this looks very lackluster. Won't stop me from picking it up day-one, though.

Morsoth
  Mar 21, 2012
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@ eiknarf: Butterfly Effect 3 exist too!

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nathanp
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets, that is all.
therock666
  Mar 21, 2012
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We need Nightmare on elm street 4/5 and 6/7 on blu-ray this year!!!!!!!!
tachskrieger
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets!

HuggyBear73
  Mar 21, 2012
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Yeah....I'll take 'Mean Streets'. One of the best films of 70s. The rest of these titles can be buried under the Warner Lot.

EDIT: Yeah, the cover art for 'Mean Streets' is God awful. What else is new?

brainofj72
  Mar 21, 2012
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Hard to Kill, woo! Best Seagal movie ever! Definitely in for that. I've also always wanted to see Next of Kin, but I didn't want to watch the full screen DVD. Thanks, Warner!
F13BluRay
  Mar 21, 2012
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@Huggybear73 Really? Yeah Mean Streets is the best of the bunch but Murder in the First is far from a movie that should be "buried under Warners Lot". Butterfly Effect wasnt too bad either.

Ruemorgue10
  Mar 21, 2012
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Hard to Kill. The blu-ray you can take to the bank...the blood bank. \m/,

bam777
  Mar 21, 2012
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The Butterfly Effect. FINALLY!!!!!!!

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Kristian Idol
  Mar 21, 2012
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Almost missed A Perfect Murder in the list. Underrated.

EricJ
  Mar 21, 2012
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@Huggy - "Yeah, the cover art for 'Mean Streets' is God awful. What else is new?"

What, people thinking The Departed was the only movie Scorsese ever made?....Well, that's DEFINITELY not new.
At least you've got friends with the disgruntled Hugo fans.
FilmFan4277
  Mar 21, 2012
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Next of Kin! Next of Kin! Next of Kin! All other titles pale in comparison.

dmollenauer
  Mar 21, 2012
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Mean Streets please. Although I dont know how much of an upgrade it will be in picture quality over the dvd. The movie seemed to have a soft focus.
felix jones
  Mar 22, 2012
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Mean Streets!!!!

NeoMaximuz
  Mar 22, 2012
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I can finally retire my DVDs of The Butterfly Effect and Cellular.
fischmangreg
  Mar 22, 2012
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Another Scorsese title. Awesome.

slimdude
  Mar 22, 2012
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All good movies, except The Butterfly Effect 2, which shouldn't have been made! WB is releasing a good batch of new BD titles this time around.

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gvortex7
  Mar 22, 2012
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Mean Streets, Just Cause and Hard to Kill for me. Thanks Warner. I already have Butterfly Effect (Alliance version) and I'm quite happy with it, and even though I really dig A Perfect Murder, it doesn't really have a lot of replay value.

jimmybearlondon
  Mar 22, 2012
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Mean Streets on Blu - awesome. Hope this means other WB Scorsese titles like Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore and After Hours will follow...

@therock666 - there's a complete Nightmare on Elm St blu-ray set available in the UK which as far as I'm aware, as it's a WB release, should be region-free if you're up for importing...

vanscottie
  Mar 22, 2012
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That the name Mean Streets would even be listed along with these other pieces of crap is an insult...you're all mooks!

CinemaBlu
  Mar 22, 2012
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Mook? What's a mook? You can't call me a mook!

JimDiGriz
  Mar 22, 2012
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It is funny seeing a classic like Mean Streets amongst this other....stuff (Im being polite!)

mattster
  Mar 22, 2012
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YAY! COMA!!!!

VanDammage80
  Mar 22, 2012
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Outland!!!!

jlynn33
  Mar 22, 2012
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I'm in for Altered States, Brainstorm, Coma, Hard to Kill, Outland, and Spawn: Director's Cut!

ActionJunkie
  Mar 22, 2012
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Cellular, Hard To Kill & Next Of Kin...3 more movies to remove from my wish list. Haven't seen Next Of Kin since the days of VHS. I only wish that Warner would release the rest of Seagal's films (On Deadly Ground, The Glimmer Man, Fire Down Below & Exit Wounds) & give Under Seige 1 & 2 new transfers (I might be pushing my luck but oh well)
scottevil50
  Mar 22, 2012
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I'm down with Frequency. Outland, Coma and Altered States I have never seen but have always heard decent stuff. I will stay FAR AWAY from the abomination that is Spawn. That is a movie that needs a reboot!

coolkev1701
  Mar 22, 2012
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Definitely picking up Hard to Kill, Outland, and Spawn.

Doctorossi
  Mar 22, 2012
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Altered States and Brainstorm, too, eh? I'm curious how they're going to approach Brainstorm on a technical level.

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PowellPressburger
  Mar 22, 2012
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oh yes COMA ! Love COMA and Outland, Altered States and Brainstorm for sure!

mjcavinder
  Mar 22, 2012
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Altered States! hope theres some special features. I'm kinda tired of bareboned releases.
kinoeye
  Mar 22, 2012
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I'll go for Altered States.
TheTrekman
  Mar 22, 2012
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Altered States and Outland for me!

giannirenna
  Mar 22, 2012
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Altered Staes and Mean Streets!!!!!!!!! Day one pick ups for me!

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Spitfrnd
  Mar 22, 2012
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I would dearly love to upgrade my dvd of Outland but I am afraid the source material may be very limiting. It is a very dark movie and the special effects are certainly not high budget. Still, if it improves on the SD version, I can't wait.
dragon53
  Mar 22, 2012
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Good news on OUTLAND and a remastered THE FUGITIVE.

Brad1963
  Mar 22, 2012
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Nice to see Warner, along with Disney and Universal releasing so many catalog titles this year. Need Sony, Fox and shameful Paramount to step up now.

chillwill92
  Mar 22, 2012
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Spawn and Brainstorm now too, in addition to Mean Streets. How is Altered States?
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nolfoc
  Mar 22, 2012
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Spawn was good back when it came out, but its itching for a remake with todays CGI

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megafan999
  Mar 22, 2012
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Both cuts of Butterfly effect, awesome!

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Toasterlad
  Mar 22, 2012
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Cellular. Awesome!

fdm
  Mar 22, 2012
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Oooo - Altered States added to the mix. Hope the soundtrack turns out awesome. Plus some of the others of course.
David Craig
  Mar 22, 2012
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Coma for me!

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Kristian Idol
  Mar 22, 2012
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Ah, they added Brainstorm! Doctorossi, I'm wishing they'd do a good transfer for the main part of the movie, and then just do a total 4K, 8K, whateverK, month-long absolutely-best-perfect update for the memory images...

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Penthouse
  Mar 22, 2012
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I just saved a lot of money.
magicpod
  Mar 22, 2012
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Fantastic! Outland getting released outside of Germany...and Brainstorm too, another great Trumbull film... hope both get a decent transfer!
dougkuhn
  Mar 22, 2012
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THANK YOU WB!
panavisionAE
  Mar 22, 2012
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Geez, first Disney and now WB. I'll be out of money with all these catalog titles! Altered States and Mean Streets are day one for sure.
fpas
  Mar 22, 2012
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Brainstorm must be in 1:1.85, and for the POV stuff 1:2.20 aspect ratios!

easyrider
  Mar 22, 2012
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Altered States and Outland? I'm there!!

Blu-Jawa
  Mar 22, 2012
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The "Altered States" of the "Outland" "Spawn"-ed a "Brainstorm" from a "Coma" State of Titles on Blu-Ray.
Confessor Rahl
  Mar 22, 2012
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SSSPPPAAAAAWWWWWNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hendersd
  Mar 22, 2012
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Russel's outlandish visuals in Altered States could shine on BD. That and Outland for me.

1988jrb
  Mar 22, 2012
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what happened to "Bad Moon", "Selena", "House on Haunted Hill", "Valentine", "Angel Eyes", 'Thirteen Ghosts", "Queen of the Damned", "Eight Legged Freaks", "Kangaroo Jack", "Looney Tunes: Back in Action", "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed", "A Cinderella Story", "Racing Stripes", "The Cell", "How to Eat Fried Worms", "Monster-in-Law", "Rush Hour 2", "Son of the Mask", and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning".

Rich65
  Mar 22, 2012
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Spawn, Hard to Kill and for Sure Outland. A very underrated Sean Connery movie. I saw it 4 times in the theatre. I cannot wait.

Manfonse
  Mar 22, 2012
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Frequency, superb film!

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Wdm81
  Mar 22, 2012
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Great to finally see Butterfly effect. I'll likely pick up spawn as well, It's not perfect but it's enjoyable for a 90's comic book film

Maggot
  Mar 22, 2012
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Brainstorm, Coma and Outland for me.
scottevil50
  Mar 22, 2012
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All this talk of Outland, Brainstorm and Altered States I may have to get them. But Murder in the First and Mean Streets come first. Actually to be honest the titles that WB listed aren't a bad mix. The weakest ones are The Astronaut's Wife and A Perfect Murder, but not horrible movies. While I will stay away from The Butterfly Effect 2 and Spawn (sorry fans but I HATE that movie, but love the comic), it was just watered down for me. The Crow came out years earlier and it was R. Why they didn't go the R rated I guess was just a money decision but no matter how you cut it, it's just not up to par. I think if a remake/reboot were made with the right people and director it could be in the upper echelon of comic book movies if done right. Just my opinion. I know I like movies that some people can't stand.
mayorofsmpleton
  Mar 22, 2012
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Damn, was really hoping for a solid HD release of Dolores Claiborne.

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obriensg1
  Mar 22, 2012
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Frequency, Just Cause, and Cellular, all when they drop below $10. May pick up perfect Murder for a time killer if it ever hits like $7 but it's only so-so.

easye9inches
  Mar 22, 2012
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shit....I was hoping they would have done a SEGAL pack #2 with mark 4 death, hard to kill and above the law. that is all you would need for him. f his rest of movies.

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Blu Titan
  Mar 23, 2012
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Cool, there's a bunch of these I want.

JMDiaz718
  Mar 23, 2012
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Outland!! But the cover is awful. They even changed the classic text in the wording of the title. Just because it's a catalog title doesn't mean they should make it look like a ScyFy channel movie.

I also hate the cover that Fox is using for The Poseidon Adventure.
MoulinBlu
  Mar 23, 2012
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Even better. Time to add Outland, Spawn, and Frequency to my wishlist too.

JHas
  Mar 23, 2012
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Altered States? Yes! Finally getting some more Ken Russell on blu!

BluPix
  Mar 23, 2012
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At long last, the blu-ray release of Martin Scorsese's classic, Mean Streets, with Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel, will soon be mine, as will a film I remember well from my childhood: Michael Crichton's Coma, with Geneviève Bujold and Michael Douglas. Down the line, I may also pick up Douglas Trumbull's Brainstorm with Natalie Wood and Christopher Walken.

BklynBryan
  Mar 23, 2012
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HARD TO KILL
Finally!!
Day 1 for me!!!

Might get SPAWN too!!

Kneel B4 Zod
  Mar 24, 2012
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Ummm, let's see, sign me up for Mean Streets and The Butterfly Effect, for sure. Bah, while I'm at it I'll take Spawn and Hard To Kill.

Gosszilla
  Mar 25, 2012
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"Outland" looked and sounded great at the Cinema back in 1981. No home video has done it justice.

"Altered States" was equally impressive, though I do recall a fair amount of grain (please no DNR)!

"Brainstorm" has always been problematic on home video, since it bounces between 1.66:1 (real-world) and recorded memory sequences at 2.20:1! I hated it when most of the movie was shown pillar-boxed on an early video transfer.

I will also gladly add "SPAWN" to my collection as well. God those early CGI effects are gonna look dated! What can be said of Warner's horrid choices for artwork on these? Nothing positive...

Mr. Joshua
  Mar 26, 2012
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Altered States, Brainstorm and Coma are only ones on the list worth having...

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DrrnHarr
  Mar 27, 2012
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Yes, "Outland" !!!!

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Monty70
  Apr 07, 2012
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Coma is pretty good flick. I haven't seen a lot of the others.

Mean Streets is a classic.
mredman
  Apr 10, 2012
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FREQUENCY love that movie


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