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Good Omens official, plus 007: Daniel Craig 4K pre-orders, new Shout/Kino, Memory: Origins of Alien, Apple TV+ & more
We’ve got some more new reviews for you today, and some interesting news as well. So let’s get to it.
First up, the reviews...
I’ve offered my thoughts on Luc Besson’s Anna on 4K Ultra HD from Summit and Lionsgate.
And Tim has turned in looks at Roy Ward Baker’s Scars of Dracula (1970) on Blu-ray, a Hammer title from Scream Factory, as well as Scream’s Humanoids from the Deep Steelbook Blu-ray.
With a little luck, we’ll have at least a couple more reviews tomorrow as well, so be sure to check back.
We’ve also got a street date update for you on a few titles: Look for Warner’s It: Chapter Two on BD, DVD, and 4K on 12/10. Lionsgate will release Red Heat on 4K on 10/8 (coming from Studio Canal in the UK). And Fox is expected to release The Art of Racing in the Rain on Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K on 11/5. [Read on here...]
- Scream Factory
- Shout! Factory
- Tim Salmons
- My Two Cents
- The Digital Bits
- Bill Hunt
- The 4K Ultra HD Release List
- Good Omens
- 007: The Daniel Craig Collection 4K
- Memory: Origins of Alien
- Love Bite
- Charles de Lauzirika
- Apple TV+
- His Dark Materials
- For All Mankind
- The Expanse
- Jack Ryan: Season Two
- Anna 4K review
- Luc Besson
- Scars of Dracula BD review
- Humanoids from the Deep BD review
- It: Chapter Two 4K
- Red Heat 4K
- The Art of Racing in the Rain 4K
- David Crosby: Remember My Name
- Richard Hatch
- The Devil Rides Out
- Hammer Films
- Kino Lorber
- Alexandre O Philippe
- The Mandalorian
Cylons, Daggits, and the Search for Earth: Remembering “Battlestar Galactica” on its 40th Anniversary
“Battlestar Galactica remains in the history of pop-culture as one of the most star-studded, lavishly-produced, special-effects-laden television shows of all time.” – Classic TV historian Herbie J Pilato
The Digital Bits and History, Legacy & Showmanship are pleased to present this retrospective commemorating the 40th anniversary of the premiere of Battlestar Galactica, Glen A. Larson’s science-fiction television series about the crew of the Galactica and their ongoing battles with the Cylons and quest to locate Earth. Starring Richard Hatch as Apollo, Dirk Benedict as Starbuck, and Lorne Greene as Adama, the series is remembered for its massive production budget and state-of-the-art visual effects.
The supporting cast included Herbert Jefferson, Jr. (Boomer), John Colicos (Baltar), Maren Jensen (Athena), Noah Hathaway (Boxey), Laurette Spang (Cassiopeia), Tony Swartz (Flight Sergeant Jolly), Terry Carter (Colonel Tigh), Anne Lockhart (Lieutenant Sheba), Jane Seymour (Serina), Patrick Macnee (narrator, Count Iblis, and voice of Imperious Leader), and Jonathan Harris (voice of Lucifer). [Read on here...]