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Well... that's a question we here at The Bits have been asking the folks at Warner Home Video for months now. And today, they surprised us with an answer! Yes, both Lolita and Barry Lyndon are currently being prepared for Blu-ray Disc release by the studio in 2011. And here's the even better news: They hinted that the films are going to be available both as singles AND as part of a new Stanley Kubrick Blu-ray Collection! louco We're waiting on more details, and no doubt it will be a while before the release gets officially announced, but it appears that Warner plans to really do their Kubrick catalog up right on Blu-ray in the new year!

What with Criterion having licensed
Paths of Glory from MGM for DVD and Blu-ray release, could they have obtained rights for Kubrick's The Killing and Killer's Kiss from MGM as well? And with so much new Kubrick Blu-ray product on the way, might Universal see fit to give Spartacus a fresh high-def transfer and re-release the title in a better Blu-ray edition? (Believe me, judging by the hundreds of e-mails we've gotten in recent weeks, a LOT of you would love for that to happen. Rest assured, I strongly suggested it to the studio on my recent visit.)

In any case, the next year or so should prove to be very exciting for fans Stanley Kubrick who, like us here at
The Bits, are eager to see ALL his films in high-definition!
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Não sei direito o que pensar... estes filmes estavam prometidos para terem edições especiais tão logo saíram as EEs dos outros filmes do Kubrick distribuídos pela Warner... Agora eles vem e anunciam os títulos apenas em BD?  
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Vejam que gracinha:

 

 

 

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Segundo o blog do Jotacê: É de praxe nos EUA que algumas das grandes lojas de departamentos e redes de supermercados lancem edições exclusivas de alguns filmes. Pois bem, a Target vai colocar a venda uma edição de “Toy Story 3” que traz no pacote nada mais, nada menos do que um boneco do Buzz Lightyear. E pelo visto não é qualquer porcaria: o boneco é eletrônico e tem sons, luzes e movimentos. A embalagem vem com a edição de quatro discos do filme (BD duplo + DVD + Digital Copy). Preço: US$ 34,99 O lançamento acontece na mesma data das edições normais, 2 de novembro.

 
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Ok...terei que virar assassino profissional para comprar a Sexta Temporada de Lost, mais os boxes inglês e alemão de BTTF, mais o box de Alien e a Quadrilogia Máquina Mortífera ainda esse ano...tudo em bd...o ano está para enfartar doidos...louco

 

 

Xiii...fudeu de vez...acabei de ler que o box steelbook inglês de BTTF COMPLEMENTA o box alemão...VOU TER QUE comprar os dois louco06

 

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 LIMITED EDITION METROPOLIS PRE-ORDER OFFER
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Now's your chance to own a piece of limited edition cinema history. On 22nd November our editions of the restored and reconstructed Metropolis will be released on DVD and Blu-ray.

With its dizzying depiction of a futuristic cityscape and alluring female robot, Metropolis is among the most famous of all German films and the mother of sci-fi cinema (an influence on Blade Runner and Star Wars, among countless other films). Directed by the legendary Fritz Lang (MDas Testament des Dr. Mabuse,The Big Heat, etc.), its jaw-dropping production values, iconic imagery, and modernist grandeur – it was described by Luis Buñuel as "a captivating symphony of movement" – remain as powerful as ever.

Along side the standard DVD and Blu-ray editions we will be releasing a limited edition dual format Steelbook. Over the next 48 hours we are giving away a FREE Metropolis T-shirt with every pre-order for this very limited dual format release. T-Shirts will be shipped within 14 days and you will be guaranteed early delivery of the steelbook. The set comes with 3 discs, 1 x Blu-ray and 2 x DVD, special features are listed below. 

This offer is strictly on a first come first served basis. Artwork for illustrative purposes only.

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Special Features:
• 150-minute reconstructed and restored 2010 version (including 25 minutes of footage previously thought lost to the world)


 Separate DVD and BD editions with wraparound embossed sleeve, or Ltd Ed Steelbook Dual Format edition


 Pristine new HD transfer (1080p on Blu-ray)


 New 2010 symphony orchestra studio recording of the original 1927 Gottfried Huppertz score in 5.1


 Newly translated optional English subtitles as well as the original German intertitles


 Full-length audio commentary by David Kalat and Jonathan Rosenbaum


 Die Reise nach Metropolis (2010, 53 minutes), a documentary about the film


 2010 re-release trailer


 56-page booklet featuring archival interviews with Fritz Lang, a 1927 review by Luis Buñuel, articles by Jonathan Rosenbaum and Karen Naundorf, and restoration notes by Martin Koerber.


And more!Nacka2010-08-31 15:19:52
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É agora que o Rob morre... fotinhas do box alemão do De Volta Para o Futuro:

 

 

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Repare que vem a miniatura do De Lorean como brinde:

 

 

 

 

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Por 64,97 Euros, leva. Lembrando que legenda só em PT-PT.

 

 

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Dica: BJC

 

 

 
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Aguardando a versão tailandesa ou polonesa com audio/leg br.
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Well... that's a question we here at The Bits have been asking the folks at Warner Home Video for months now. And today, they surprised us with an answer! Yes, both Lolita and Barry Lyndon are currently being prepared for Blu-ray Disc release by the studio in 2011. And here's the even better news: They hinted that the films are going to be available both as singles AND as part of a new Stanley Kubrick Blu-ray Collection! louco We're waiting on more details, and no doubt it will be a while before the release gets officially announced, but it appears that Warner plans to really do their Kubrick catalog up right on Blu-ray in the new year!

What with Criterion having licensed
Paths of Glory from MGM for DVD and Blu-ray release, could they have obtained rights for Kubrick's The Killing and Killer's Kiss from MGM as well? And with so much new Kubrick Blu-ray product on the way, might Universal see fit to give Spartacus a fresh high-def transfer and re-release the title in a better Blu-ray edition? (Believe me, judging by the hundreds of e-mails we've gotten in recent weeks, a LOT of you would love for that to happen. Rest assured, I strongly suggested it to the studio on my recent visit.)

In any case, the next year or so should prove to be very exciting for fans Stanley Kubrick who, like us here at
The Bits, are eager to see ALL his films in high-definition!
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Não sei direito o que pensar... estes filmes estavam prometidos para terem edições especiais tão logo saíram as EEs dos outros filmes do Kubrick distribuídos pela Warner... Agora eles vem e anunciam os títulos apenas em BD?

 

Normal, bicho, sinal dos tempos... Estranho seria se, a essa altura do campeonato, lançassem só em dvd.
Schonfelder2010-08-31 17:01:43
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19 de outubro :

 

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Apocalypse Now - The 1979 Cut and Apocalypse Now Redux are presented for the first time in Hi-Def!
• New 1080p transfers supervised by Francis Ford Coppola - first time ever in original theatrical aspect ratio (2.35:1) in home entertainment release!
• Exclusive to Full Disclosure edition: Hearts of Darkness, the feature-length making-of documentary with optional audio commentary from Eleanor and Francis Ford Coppola
• Exclusive to Full Disclosure edition: 48-page printed collectible booklet with letter from Francis Ford Coppola, never-before-seen archives from the set, behind-the-scenes photos and more!
• Exclusive to Full Disclosure edition: 52-page John Milius script excerpt (onscreen) with handwritten notes from Francis Ford Coppola
• Exclusive to Full Disclosure edition: Storyboard Gallery
• Exclusive to Full Disclosure edition: Marketing Archives
• New "A Converation with Martin Sheen" interview by Francis Ford Coppola
• New "An Interview with John Milius" by Francis Ford Coppola
• Never-before-included Complete 2001 Cannes Film Festival: Francis Ford Coppola interview by Roger Ebert
• Audio Commentary by Francis Ford Coppola
• Monkey Sampan "lost scene"
• Additional Scenes
• "Destruction of the Kurtz Compound" - with audio commentary by Francis Ford Coppola
• "Heart of Darkness" - 1938 Mercury Theatre audio recording with Orson Welles
• "The Hollow Men" - video of Marlon Brando reading T.S. Eliot's poem
• "The Birth of 5.1 Sound" featurette
• "Ghost Helicopter Flyover" sound effects demonstration
• "A Million Feet of Film: The Editing of Apocalypse Now" featurette
• "The Music of Apocalypse Now" featurette
• "The Synthesizer Soundtrack" article by Bob Moog
• "Heard Any Good Movies Lately? The Sound Design of Apocalypse Now" featurette
• "The Final Mix" featurette
• "Apocalypse Then and Now" featurette
• "PBR Streetgang" interviews with the boat crew actors
• "The Color Palette of Apocalypse Now" featurette

 

É, amigo...
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Normal' date=' bicho, sinal dos tempos... Estranho seria se, a essa altura do campeonato, lançassem só em dvd.[/quote']

 

A questão não é essa e nem acho "normal"... O lógico seria esperar um lançamento nos dois formatos já que em 2008 foi prometido que Barry e Lolita também ganhariam EEs em DVD...

 

Enfim, vamos aguardar o anúncio oficial...
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14749_medium.jpgMGM Home Entertainment has officially announced Mad Max

for October 5 in a Blu-ray/DVD pack. Assuaging enthusiasts' fears, the

studio has informed that this dystopian movie, directed by George Miller

and starring Mel Gibson, will feature two 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio

soundtracks: the original Australian track, and a dub track created for

the American release to make dialogue comprehensible to local audiences.

And this time, some of the bonus features from the 2002 special edition

DVD have even made it to the high-def disc.

 

 

 

Special features include:

  • Filmmaker commentary by Jon Dowding, David Eggby, Chris Murray and

    Tim Ridge

  • Documentaries:

    • Mad Max: The Film Phenomenon

    • Mel Gibson: The Birth of a Star (on the DVD)

  • Theatrical trailers

  • TV spots

  • "Road Rants": Trivia & Fun Fact Track (on the DVD)

  • Photo gallery (on the DVD)

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Report: Avatar 3D Blu-ray Exclusive for Panasonic in

December; Sony Gets Alice

Posted September 1, 2010 05:18

AM by Juan Calonge

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blu-ray%203DConfirming earlier

reports (see Blu-ray.com, May

23), HollywoodinHidef.com has it from a "well-placed source" that a

3D Blu-ray release of Avatar

will be released on December 1, but it will be exclusively available

with the purchase of Panasonic 3D TVs and Blu-ray players. In turn, a 3D

BD of Tim Burton's Alice

in Wonderland will be bundled with Sony 3D hardware.

 

 

 

In February, Avatar director James Cameron had said to the Wall

Street Journal that a 3D Blu-ray of the movie would come out in

November (see Blu-ray.com, February 18). That was

promptly denied by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment with a note that

said verbatim: "3D is in the conceptual stage and Avatar will not be out

on 3D Blu-ray in November" (see Blu-ray.com, February 19).

 

 

 

The exclusivity period hasn't been specified for either title, but is

said to be "unusually long" for Avatar.

 

 

 

The (2D) Collector's

Edition Blu-ray of Avatar will be released in November.

-felipe-2010-09-01 09:49:49

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Report: Lion King 3D Blu-ray, Beauty and the Beast 3D Blu-ray in 2011

 

Posted September 2, 2010 03:45 AM by Joshua Wingfield

 

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According to a "knowledgeable source" quoted by Hollywoodinhidef, Walt Disney Studios is converting The Lion King to 3D with a view to a 3D Blu-ray release in the fall of 2011 (coinciding with the advertised Diamond Edition Blu-ray). Beauty and the Beast is already converted, and could also get a 3D Blu-ray release in late 2011, after a 3D theatrical re-release earlier that year.

 

 

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A MORTE DO DEMÔNIO - (BLU-RAY)

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  LANÇAMENTO

Título Original: The Evil Dead - EUA 1981

Atores: Jennifer Lopez, Alex O'Loughlin

Diretor: Bem Getai

Sinopse:

Esta estreia sangrenta e eletrizante do diretor SAM RAIMI é um marco do

gênero do terror. Um festival sem limites de terror horripilante e

efeitos assombrosos que o fizeram conquistar o seu lugar no panteão dos

grandes clássicos. Cinco estudantes universitários viajam para um chalé

isolado e, sem querer, libertam uma força monstruosa e maligna que não

vai desistir de destruí-los. Agora com excelente qualidade de imagem

remasterizada em processo digital e repleto de extras incríveis, A MORTE

DO DEMÔNIO é o ápice do cinema de terror.

 

 

PREÇO

R$79,90

 

FUTURO LANÇAMENTO

 

 

Veja observação abaixo!

 

 

 

EXTRAS

CÓDIGO REGIONAL

Menu Interativo

Seleção de Cenas

Comentários

Trailers

Especiais: Pré-Produção, Construindo, O Visual, Sangue e Tripas! Atrofiados, O Vampiro, Tiros na Noite, O Elenco

REG. A

VÍDEO

 

Widescreen 16x9 Anamórfico

ÁUDIO

 

Português, Francês: DTS HD 5.1

Espanhol, Tailandês: Dolby Digital 5.1

 

LEGENDAS

GÊNERO

Português, Inglês, Espanhol, Francês

Terror

ANO DE PRODUÇÃO

ESTÚDIO

SPHE

DURAÇÃO

DATA LANÇAMENTO

85 minutos

07/10/2010

 

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