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We begin our Friday My Two Cents installment here at The Bits with a trio of new disc reviews…
Stephen has turned in his in-depth thoughts on George Stevens’ 1956 Hollywood classic Giant, starring James Dean, Rock Hudson, and Elizabeth Taylor, as recently released on 4K Ultra HD by Warner Bros.
Also, Dennis has checked in with this thoughts on Lyndall Hobbs’ Back to the Beach (1987) from Paramount and Joe Wiezycki’s Satan’s Children (1974) from AGFA and Something Weird Video.
Now then, the big release news today is that Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has finally officially announced two major catalog titles for 4K Ultra HD...
First, they’ve just set Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist (1982) for release on 4K UHD and Digital on 9/20. The disc will feature HDR10 high dynamic range, with the previous 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack. The package will include the previous Blu-ray extras on disc, including They Are Here: The Real World of Poltergeists, Part 1 – Science of the Spirits, They Are Here: The Real World of Poltergeists, Part 2 – Communing with the Dead, The Making of Poltergeist, and the film’s theatrical trailer.
And of course, the studio has just officially set Joel Schumacher’s The Lost Boys (1987) for release on 4K Ultra HD and Digital on 9/20 as well. Once again, you’ll get HDR10 high dynamic range and the previous 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack. Both the 4K disc and the Blu-ray in the package will include audio commentary with Schumacher. [Read on here...]
- Columbia Classics 4K Ultra HD Collection: Volume 3 4K
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
- 4K Ultra HD
- Bill Hunt
- The Digital Bits
- My Two Cents
- Warner Bros Home Entertainment
- Poltergeist 4K
- The Lost Boys 4K
- Tobe Hooper
- Joel Schumacher
- Army of Darkness 4K
- Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind 4K
- DC League of SuperPets 4K
- Walter Hill
- 48 Hours 4K
- Kino Lorber
- Kino Now
- Alfred Hitchcock birthday
- Paramount+ in Italy
- Stephen Bjork
- Giant 4K review
- Back to the Beach BD review
- Satan's Children BD review
- Dennis Seuling