In the fall, Shout Factory Home Entertainment will bring two films to Blu-ray: the action-thriller Quick and the sports documentary Like There's No Tomorrow.
From Shout's official synopses:
"While driving a female pop star (Ye-won Kang, Tidal Wave) to a live broadcast appearance, motorcycle-riding messenger Gi-soo (Min-ki Lee, Chilling Romance) receives a mysterious call that there's a bomb wired to the pop star's helmet and will blow up if he fails to make a series of deliveries within a fixed time limit. Caught up in a terrorist attack on the grandest scale...in a heavily populated city along with the police hot on his trail, he and his passenger must embark on a high-speed race against time that their very lives depend on."
Like There's No Tomorrow -
"Narrated by Olympic gold medalist Jonny Moseley and filmed on five continents, [the film] celebrates the moments that make up a perfect winter. Tour the world's most inspiring snowy landscapes, from the rugged peaks of New Hampshire's Mount Washington to the legendary powder of Squaw Valley, California; from the striking Himalayas in Gulmarg, India, to the southern hemisphere's highest peak in Portillo, Chile."
Shout's Quick Blu-ray presents the film in its original aspect ratio with a Korean (w/English subtitles) 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track. The disc also has a 2.0 English-dubbed Dolby Digital track and the following supplements:
The Making of Quick featurette
A look at the creation of the movie poster
The technical and supplementary specifications are still unknown for the deluxe edition Blu-ray of Like There's No Tomorrow.
Quick streets on September 4th while Like There's No Tomorrow is expected to street on November 6th.
Quick looks, interesting? But really only in that "Hey, it's a Saturday in July, I've got nothing to do, it's balls outside and there's a cold beer in my hand. Oh look! QUICK is on TV, I'll watch that!" sort of way.