Lionsgate Home Entertainment has revealed that it is planning to release a limited edition Blu-ray box set of director Robert Rodriguez's cult From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), starring Harvey Keitel, George Clooney and Juliette Lewis. The Titty Twister Edition will be available for purchase online and in shops across the United Kingdom on November 26th.
Titty Twister Box Set Goodies:
Exclusive Titty Twister Edition Poster
2 Titty Twister Shot Glasses
6 Limited edition Postcards
Titty Twister Iron Bar Sign
Exclusive Santanico Pandemonium Tattoo
From Dusk Till Dawn Blu-ray
Audio Commentary with Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez
Is everyone sure about the transfer? If that's the case, what on earth is the point? I'm a fan of steelbooks, digibooks and the like, but the studios seem to be trying so desperately to sell any gimmick. Indeed, most of the swag looks pretty nice, but without a decent transfer it's akin to putting lipstick on a pig.
@beckmen - the current UK disc isn't bare-bones. It has the exact same features listed (and the exact same cover). Looks to be not only the same transfer, but literally the same disc placed in this oversized box with titty toys.
The Canadian Steelbook should not be mistaken for the original Canadian Blu. Different transfers and the steelbook is not barebones. The steelbook features the same OAR transfer as the US and UK editions, but, like the UK edition, is supposed to have higher bitrate and better compression than the US edition. The Canadian steelbook might be identical to the UK edition.
I was tempted to get the french version so I got Full tilt boogie, but FDTD appears to be the same length as the Austrian issue (106 minutes) which has a couple of minutes edited out, that they're all up in arms about on amazon.de.
@ phobos: The Austrian edition is full length uncut 109 minutes. What they are up in arms against at amzon.de is the German release which is rated FSK 18 and runs 106 minutes. I checked this because it would extremely surprise me if an Austrian edition were cut. The Austrian edition btw is not sold on amazon.de. I will probably replace my Canadian with the Austrian one as it is way cheaper and is packed with extras including Full Tilt Boogie on a separate disc.