Let's get to it, shall we?
*Be sure to click on the pics to order yourself some flicks.
You know what this is, and if you're a fan of the Fast & Furious series, then you know you have to own it. The Blu-ray is likely to look and sounds perfect, and with an Extended Cut and all of those Bonus Features included, we're pretty sure that we have to buy it too.
Plus, we're sappy bitches, and we still miss Paul Walker.
- Extended Cut of the Film.
- Back to the Starting Line: Producer Neal Moritz, Chris Morgan and the cast join franchise newcomer director James Wan as they look back at how far the franchise has come bring the latest installment to life.
- Race Wars: Furious 7 brings the crew back to Race Wars, the iconic, fictional racing event from the very first film. Vin Diesel and a couple hundred friends are back for a full-throttle celebration of all things Fast with special guest-star Iggy Azalea, behind-the-scenes footage of the cars, the sweat and the girls.
- Snatch and Grab: A behind the scenes look at shooting one of the premier action sequences in the franchise's history.
- Making of Fast & Furious Supercharged Ride.
- The Cars of Furious: The car coordinator and his team join the cast and filmmakers for a closer look at the film's spectacular cars.
- Flying Cars: People jump out of planes all the time, but not while sitting behind the wheel of a car. This entertaining featurette shows how the Furious 7 team pulled off this jaw-dropping sequence.
- Tower Jumps: A look at how one of the most exciting stunt sequences of the film, the Abu Dhabi tower jumps, became a reality.
- Inside the Fight: A combination of fight training footage and interviews takes viewers inside the fierce hand-to-hand fights.
- Talking Fast: Director James Wan and the cast of Furious 7 break down the movie's most memorable moments and chat about how the Fast franchise has evolved over the years.
- Deleted Scenes.
- "See You Again" Official Music Video Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth.
Unrated Producer's Cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers. Long known by fans as Halloween 666 on the pirate circuit, this cut of the movie has been circulated by fans at flea markets and online for years, with all of them claiming it to be a far superior version of the movie. It's almost a totally different story which gives Michael a pretty cool backstory.
Now, you can own it in a stand-alone version.
If you haven't yet taken the plunge with the Halloween Complete Collection Blu-Ray Set yet, then this disc is a Must Buy, especially at the crazy low price of $7.99.
The Legacy is a 70's classic that we feel compelled to own based alone on the fact that Sam Elliott is in it. It's also a great movie, and one we remember scaring us to death when we were kids, but Sam Elliott man... I mean, come on, Miho!
This disc is sure to be another quality release from Scream Factory.
- NEW HD Transfer From The Interpositive.
- NEW Interview With Academy Award Winning Film Editor Anne V. Coates (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA)
- NEW Interview With Special Effects Artist Robin Grantham.
- Theatrical Trailer.
- TV Spot.
- Radio Spot.
- Photo Gallery.
Halloween on the way, you know that every distributor on the planet is rushing to get anything Horror-related onto shelves, and that fact makes this week a busy one indeed.
- Arrow Video are releasing two erotic Cult Classics this week with The Beast and Immoral Tales, both of which are still viewed as controversial today. We're usually not much on Erotica or Exploitation, but we're definitely curious to check these releases out, especially since Arrow always does such a fantastic job with their Blu-ray packages.
- On the TV front, Sleepy Hollow and Aquarius should please Horror fans, while Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and Agent Carter will surely please Comic Book geeks. *We're definitely Comic Book geeks, but we're not buying those. We're TV snobs.
- Those multi-pack releases look to be decent, especially at such bargain prices. For $7.99, we'd take a flier on the ones that include The Hole and The Nameless.
- Dollface looks like it might be alright.
- And The Returned was a decent enough TV show, but it was nowhere near as good as its French counterpart.
- Everything else, as always, is a crap-shoot.