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101 DALMATIANS (1961) 79min TRAILER
When a litter of dalmatian puppies are abducted by the minions of Cruella De Vil, the parents must find them before she uses them for a diabolical fashion statement.
Directors: Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske (as Hamilton S. Luske)
Writers: Bill Peet (story), Dodie Smith (novel)
Stars: Rod Taylor, Betty Lou Gerson, J. Pat O'Malley
                 SPECIAL FEATURES:
 Lucky Dogs (HD, 9 minutes): Disney Animation/Imagineering alum Rolly Crump, ink and paint artist Carmen Sanderson, animator Burny Mattinson, animator Floyd Norman and voice actress Lisa Davis recount their experiences working at Walt Disney Animation Studios in an era of cost-cutting, lay-offs and other industry challenges. Soon the discussion turns to 101 Dalmatians, as the interviewees outline the under-staffed production and its hurdles, the time-saving incorporation of Xerox copying, Walt Disney's initial distaste for such shortcuts, and other topics.
    Dalmatians 101 (HD, 5 minutes): Young Cameron Boyce (who plays Cruella De Vil's son in Disney's Descendants) hosts this kid-friendly rundown of five interesting facts about 101 Dalmatians.
    The Further Adventures of Thunderbolt (HD, 2 minutes): A brief animated short in which black-and-white television star, Thunderbolt, survives a fall down a waterfall and captures a horse thief.
    The Best Doggoned Dog in the World (HD, 51 minutes): The tenth episode of The Wonderful World of Disney's fourth season (circa 1961), presented in its entirety and in high definition.
    DisneyView (HD): Like most of Disney's 1.33:1 animated classic presentations, an option is available that replaces the black bars to either side of the film image with movie-themed artwork.
    Classic Bonus Features (HD/SD): A number of worthwhile extras and special features have also been repurposed from past DVD releases of 101 Dalmatians, including:
        Redefining the Line: The Making of 101 Dalmatians:
            Puppy Dog Tales (5:33)
            Howling at the Moon (3:36)
            New Tricks (5:16)
            Animation 101 (7:51)
            Drawing All Cars (4:12)
            Seeing Spots (5:45)
            A Dog's Eye View (1:40)
        Music & More Bonus Content:
            Music Video by Selena Gomez: "Cruella De Vil" (3:25)
            Deleted Song: "March of the One Hundred and One" (2:29)
            Abandoned Song: "Cheerio, Goodbye, Toodle-oo, Hip Hip!"(2:32)
            Abandoned Song: "Don't Buy a Parrot from a Sailor" (2:39)
            Demo Recordings and Alternate Versions
        Cruella De Vil: Drawn to Be Bad (7:10)
        Sincerely Yours, Walt Disney (12:48)
        Trailers & TV Spots
        Promotional Radio Spots

 (2003) 74m  TRAILER
Being one of 101 takes its toll on Patch, who doesn't feel unique. When he's accidentally left behind on moving day, he meets his idol, Thunderbolt, who enlists him on a publicity campaign.
Directors: Jim Kammerud, Brian Smith
Writers: Jim Kammerud (story), Dan Root (story)
Stars: Barry Bostwick, Jason Alexander, Martin Short
 Behind the Scenes: Dog-umentary (SD,7 min): A short DVD-era production featurette. Music Video (SD,2 mins):"You're the One - "LMNT

300 (2007) 117m (WS) TRAILER
In 480 B.C. a state of war exists between Persia, led by King Xerxes, and Greece. At the Battle of Thermopylae, Leonidas, king of the Greek city state of Sparta, leads his badly outnumbered warriors against the massive Persian army. Though certain death awaits the Spartans, their sacrifice inspires all of Greece to unite against their common enemy.
Director: Zack Snyder
Writers: Zack Snyder (screenplay), Kurt Johnstad (screenplay)
Stars: Gerard Butler, Lena Headey, David Wenham
Special Features:
Commentary by Director Zack Snyder, writer Kurt Johnstad, and director of photography Larry Fong
The 300: Fact or Fiction?: Historians, Authors  and filmmakers reveal how much of the film was based on fact (in high-definition)
Who Were The Spartans: The Warriors of 300--The customs and ways of life of the Spartan (in high-definition)
Preparing for Battle: The Original Test Footage--See how Frank Miller's images were used in a Fight scene test and ultimately convinced the studio to green-light the film (in high-definition)
Frank Miller Tapes: How Miller realized his epic graphic novel, 300, in the world of theatrical film (in high-definition)
Making of 300
Making 300 in Images: Rapid-fire stills from the first day of production to the last
Webisodes: Production Design, Wardrobe,  Stunt Work, Lena Headey, Adapting the Graphic Novel,
Gerard Butler, Rodrigo Santoro, Training The Actors, Culture of The Sparta City/State,
A Glimpse from the Set: Making 300 the Movie, Scene Studies from 300, Fantastic Characters of 300,
Deleted scenes with introduction by Zack Snyder (in high-definition)

The epic tale of the Iliad charting the rise and fall of the ultimate Greek hero, Achilles, explodes onto the screen in this adaptation. The section concerned, follows Paris's betrayal of the king of Sparta, Menelaus, which results in the almighty siege of Troy. The characteristic moment was the sending of the Trojan Horse, to trick the enemy into allowing warriors into the city.
Director: Wolfgang Petersen
Writers: Homer (poem), David Benioff (screenplay)
Stars: Brad Pitt, Eric Bana, Orlando Bloom
Special Features:
 - Introduction by Wolfgang Petersen
- Troy In Focus - This is a collection of specific commentaries recorded for the Director's Cut
- In The Thick of Battle -Covering the fight elements of the film
- From Ruins to Reality - This portion covers the assembly of Troy's overall look and feel
- Troy: An Effects Odyssey -  8-minute span illustrating computer-generated graphics 
- Attacking Troy - Taking an alternate direction on adapting the source material,
- Greek Ship Towing - Greek Ship Towing is a painfully unfunny animated cartoon
- Theatrical Trailer - Anamorphic Theatrical Trailer

Oliver Stone's "Alexander" is based on the true story of one of history's most luminous and influential leaders – a man who had conquered 90% of the known world by the age of 25. The film chronicles Alexander's path to becoming a living legend, from a youth fuelled by dreams of myth, glory, and adventure, to his intense bonds with his closest companions, to his lonely death as a ruler of a vast empire.
Director: Oliver Stone
Writers: Oliver Stone, Christopher Kyle,
Stars: Colin Farrell, Anthony Hopkins, Rosario Dawson
Special Features:
Introduction by Oliver Stone
Commentary by Writer/Director Oliver Stone
Commentary by Historian Robin Fox
Resurrecting Alexander
Perfect Is The Enemy of Good
The Death of Alexander
Fight Against Time - Oliver Stone's Alexander: A 73-min new documentary directed by Sean Stone
Vangelis Scores Alexander

An airplane crew takes ill. Surely the only person capable of landing the plane is an ex-pilot afraid to fly. But don't call him Shirley.
Directors: Jim Abrahams, David Zucker
Writers: Jim Abrahams , David Zucker
Stars: Robert Hays, Julie Hagerty, Leslie Nielsen
 Special Features
Group Commentary By Producer Jon Davison and Writers/Directors Jim Abrahams, Jerry Zucker & David Zucker,
Long Haul Version Includes Interviews, Deleted Scenes and More!
                                           Trivia Track
                                           Theatrical Trailer (HD)
A faulty computer causes a passenger space shuttle to head straight for the Sun. Can Ted Striker save the day and get the shuttle back on track again? Director: Ken Finkleman  Writer: Ken Finkleman Stars: Robert Hays, Julie Hagerty, Lloyd Bridges  TRAILER

The Amazing Spider-Man is the story of Peter Parker (Garfield), an outcast high schooler who was abandoned by his parents as a boy, leaving him to be raised by his Uncle Ben (Sheen) and Aunt May (Field). Like most teenagers, Peter is trying to figure out who he is and how he got to be the person he is today. Peter is also finding his way with his first high school crush, Gwen Stacy (Stone), and together, they struggle with love, commitment, and secrets. As Peter discovers a mysterious briefcase that belonged to his father, he begins a quest to understand his parents' disappearance - leading him directly to Oscorp and the lab of Dr. Curt Connors (Ifans), his father's former partner. As Spider-Man is set on a collision course with Connors' alter-ego, The Lizard, Peter will make life-altering choices to use his powers and shape his destiny to become a hero. 
Special Features
Amazing Spider-Man Second Screen App - On disc supporting content
3D Film School with Marc Webb - 3D PIECE ONLY
Developing the Amazing Spider-Man Video Game
Commentary with Marc Webb, Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach
Andrew Garfield & Dr. Jane Aronson for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation
The Oscorp Archives - Production Art Gallery
What is Second Screen?
Rites of Passage- The Amazing Spider Man Reborn The Drawing Board: Development and Direction; The Amazing Spider Man Reborn Friends and Enemies: Casting; The Amazing Spider Man Reborn Second Skins: Spidey Suit and the Lizard; The Amazing Spider Man Reborn Spidey Goes West: Production - Los Angeles; The Amazing Spider Man Reborn Safe Haven: Production - Sony Studios; The Amazing Spider Man Reborn Bright Tights, Big City: Production - New York; The Amazing Spider Man Reborn The Greatest Responsibility - Post Production and Release
Iconic Poses and Digital Environments
Deleted Scenes A Different Fate
Pre-Visulizations: Revised Opening Sequence; Spider Room; The Subwa; Birth of Spider-Man; Handstand; Roof Top POV; Overpass; Bridge; Love Swing; Lizard Sewer; High School; Lizard Ambush; Standoff; Crane; Oscorp Lab; Oscorp Finale
Image Progression Reels: Scene 1; Iconic Poses and Digital Environments; Scene 3; Scene 4
Stunt Rehearsals: Live Subway; Davescript; Spidey Luis Sequence; Escape Under Bridge; Sewer Fight; Big Liz vs. Spidey; Lizard Attacks SWAT; SWAT Attack - V3
Developing The Amazing Spider-Man Video Game
Director: Marc Webb
Writers: James Vanderbilt (screenplay), Alvin Sargent (screenplay)
Stars: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans

When New York is put under siege by Oscorp, it is up to Spider-Man to save the city he swore to protect as well as his loved ones.
Director: Marc Webb
Writers: Alex Kurtzman (screenplay), Roberto Orci (screenplay)
Stars: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx
         Special Features
Audio Commentary: Writers Alex Kurtzman and Jeff Pinkner and Producers Matt Tolmach and Avi Arad deliver a fairly sprawling, involved commentary that covers a wide swath of content, from technical making-of to small anecdotes about the series. They discuss the story themes, the technology used to make the movie, making changes in response to fan demands, cast, Stan Lee's cameo, and much more. With optional menu-accessible English and Spanish subtitles.
Deleted & Alternate Scenes (1080p, 23:01 total runtime): Peter Meets His Father (5:10), Cockpit Discovery (1:31), Flash Forward (1:09), Max's Mother (1:41), Mayhem in the Morgue (1:26), Missing Each Other (2:15), Peter Visits Harry (4:21), Oxford Acceptance (1:04), Is Peter Home? (0:49), Chasing Gwen (1:48), Birth of the Goblin (1:27), Felicia Sees Her Boss (0:46), and Goblin Kills Menken (0:30). With optional commentary from Director Marc Webb.
The Wages of Heroism: Making The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (1080p, 1:43:42 total runtime): A superb, engaging six-part feature that's much better than the film. Each segment is outlined below.
Lessons Learned: Development and Direction (18:59): A look at the Peter Parker character dynamics, building on story themes from the first film, a character's death, Dane DeHaan's character and performance, working with the Electro character and Jamie Foxx's performance in the film, Paul Giamatti's bookend character, Spider-Man suit redesign, shooting in New York, shooting on film rather than digital, and more.
    Heart of the City: Shooting in New York (12:34): As the title suggests, this segment focuses on the challenges and benefits of filming in New York, including work in exteriors and on sound stages alike and the making of several scenes.
    Triple Threat: Attack of the Villains (20:56): A look at the specifics of filming various scenes and sequences, reconstructing Times Square, shooting the clock tower sequence, Garfield's performance in a key final shot, and making the epilogue action scene.
    A More Dangerous World: Transforming Goblin and Electro (10:10): A detailed look at Electro makeup, Jamie Foxx's performance, Green Goblin's vehicle construction and the blend of digital and practical effects that bring it to life, and Goblin makeup.
    Bolt from the Blue: Visual Effects (17:42): A piece that details a number of practical and digital visual effects from throughout the film, including those involved in making the Times Square, the clock tower, and the epilogue sequences. This piece covers a good bit of ground already detailed in previous parts of this supplement.
    Spidey Gets His Groove Back: Music and Editing (24:09): An exploration of music as a building block for story themes, Hans Zimmer's contribution and style, molding the score, creating character-specific theme music, and the details of the film editing process and how quality editing can further enhance key and core story elements. The piece takes viewers into musician jam sessions and takes a look at a few deleted scenes.
    The Music of Amazing Spider-Man 2 with Director Marc Webb (1080i, 8:09): Webb discusses what he wanted out of the score, the way it carries and conveys themes, and Hans Zimmer's work on it.    Music Video (1080p, 3:49): It's On Again by Alicia Keys

ANNIE (1982) 126m (WS)  30th Anniversary  TRAILER
In the depths of the 1930's, Annie is a fiery young orphan girl who must live in a miserable orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly hopeless situation changes dramatically when she is selected to spend a short time at the residence of the wealthy munitions industrialist, Oliver Warbucks. Quickly, she charms the hearts of the household staff and even the seemingly cold-hearted Warbucks cannot help but learn to love this wonderful girl. He decides to help Annie find her long lost parents by offering a reward if they would come to him and prove their identity. However, Miss Hannigan, her evil brother, Rooster, and a female accomplice, plan to impersonate those people to get the reward for themselves which put Annie in great danger.
Director: John Huston
Writers: Carol Sobieski (screenplay), Thomas Meehan (book)
Stars: Aileen Quinn, Albert Finney, Carol Burnett
                                          SPECIAL FEATURES:
Sing-Along with Annie! (1080p): Users may sing-along to their favorite tunes from Annie (In English). Viewers may choose to play the entire movie and sing-along at the appropriate time, or jump straight to one of several songs. Songs include Tomorrow (Opening Titles), Maybe, It's a Hard-Knock Life, Dumb Dog, Sandy, I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here, Little Girls, Maybe (Reprise), Let's Go to the Movies, We Got Annie, Sign, You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile, You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile (Dressed Children), Tomorrow (White House Version), Easy Street, Maybe (Same Effect on Everyone), and Finale Medley: I Don't Need Anything But You/We Got Annie/Tomorrow.     My Hollywood Adventure with Aileen Quinn (480p, 12:04): In a twenty-year anniversary retrospective, Actress Aileen Quinn recounts her story of starring in Annie. She discusses landing the part; makeup, wig, and costume preparation; shooting various scenes; and more.  Musical Performance by Play: "It's a Hard-Knock Life" (480p, 3:20): A Pop music version of the song.  Original Trailers and TV Spots (1080p): Theatrical Trailer (3:40), Behind the Scenes Teaser Trailer (2:08), TV Spot #1 (1:03), TV Spot #2 (0:33), and TV Spot #3 (0:33).    Previews: Additional Sony titles.    UV Digital Copy.

AVENGERS (2012) 143m (WS)  3-D/2-D  TRAILER
Nick Fury is director of S.H.I.E.L.D, an international peace keeping agency. The agency is a who's who of Marvel Super Heroes, with Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow. When global security is threatened by Loki and his cohorts, Nick Fury and his team will need all their powers to save the world from disaster.

 Special Features
Complete Album Digital Download
1. "Live to Rise" Chris Cornell Soundgarden 4:40
2. "I'm Alive" Brent Smith, Eric Bass, Dave Bassett Shinedown 3:39
3. "Dirt and Roses" Tim McIlrath, Joe Principe, Brandon Barnes, Zach Blair Rise Against 3:14
4. "Even If I Could" Papa Roach, James Michael Papa Roach 3:16
5. "Unbroken" Andy Biersack, Jacob Pitts, Jeremy Ferguson, Blair Daly, Sean Beavan Black Veil Brides 3:27
6. "Breath" Scott Weiland, Doug Grean Scott Weiland 3:17
7. "Comeback" Mark Kasprzyk, Wally Gagel, Xandy Barry Redlight King 3:39
8. "Into the Blue" Gavin Rossdale Bush 4:15
9. "New Way to Bleed" (Photek Remix) Amy Lee, Terry Balsamo Evanescence 4:00
10. "Count Me Out" Franky Perez, Dave Kushner, Dave Warren, Scott Shriner, Joey Castillo PusherJones 4:37
11. "Wherever I Go" Josh Todd, Keith Nelson, Steve Dacanay Buckcherry 4:13
12. "From Out of Nowhere" (Faith No More cover) Billy Gould, Roddy Bottum Five Finger Death Punch 3:23
13. "Shake the Ground" Cherri Bomb, Adam Watts, Gannin Arnold, Andy Dodd Cherri Bomb 2:40

Digital Copy Format: Standard Definition
Director: Joss Whedon
Writers: Joss Whedon (screenplay), Zak Penn (story)
Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson

THE BIRDS (1963) 120m (WS) TRAILER

A wealthy San Francisco socialite pursues a potential boyfriend to a small Northern California town that slowly takes a turn for the bizarre when birds of all kinds suddenly begin to attack people there in increasing numbers and with increasing viciousness.
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writers: Daphne Du Maurier (from the story by), Evan Hunter (screenplay)
Stars: Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren, Suzanne Pleshette

  • Digital Copy of The Birds (Subject to expiration. Go to for details.)
  • Includes UltraViolet (Subject to expiration. Go to for details.)
  • Deleted Scene
  • The Original Ending
  • The Birds: Hitchcock’s Monster Movie
  • All About The Birds
  • Storyboard Sequence
  • Tippi Hedren’s Screen Test
  • Hitchcock / Truffaut Interview Excerpts
  • The Birds Is Coming (Universal International Newsreel)
  • Suspense Story: National Press Club Hears Hitchcock (Universal International Newsreel)
  • Production Photographs
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • 100 Years of Universal: Restoring the Classics
  • 100 Years of Universal: The Lot
  • My Scenes
  • pocket BLU App
  • BD-Live

  • BLADE RUNNER (1982) 117m (WS) 30th Anniversary Digi-Book Edition  TRAILER

    In a cyberpunk vision of the future, man has developed the technology to create replicants, human clones used to serve in the colonies outside Earth but with fixed lifespans. In Los Angeles, 2019, Deckard is a Blade Runner, a cop who specializes in terminating replicants. Originally in retirement, he is forced to re-enter the force when four replicants escape from an off-world colony to Earth.

    Director: Ridley Scott
    Writers: Hampton Fancher (screenplay), David Webb Peoples (screenplay)
    Stars: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young
                 SPECIAL FEATURES:
    36 page Hard Cover book presentation with never-before-seen images from the set and scene sketches from Ridley Scott.  The commemorative gift set includes all 10+ hours of bonus content from the critically acclaimed Ultimate Collector’s Edition from 2007 plus a new, comprehensive photo gallery of newly discovered sketches from director Ridley Scott, photos from the set and more. Content includes all five feature film versions – The Final Cut, ‘92 Director’s Cut, Domestic and International Theatrical versions and the rare Work Print.

    BLADE RUNNER (1982) 117m (WS)  5-Disc Collector's Edition Visually spectacular, intensely action-packed and powerfully prophetic since its debut, Blade Runner returns in Ridley Scott's definitive Final Cut, including extended scenes and never-before-seen special effects, now seen in sepcatacular hi-definition! In a signature role as 21st- century detective Rick Deckard, Harrison Ford brings his masculine-yet- vulnerable presence to this stylish noir thriller. In a future of high- tech possibility soured by urban and social decay, Deckard hunts for fugitive, muderous replicants - and is drawn to a mystery woman whose secrets may undermine his soul. This spectacular 5-Disc Set features all of the content of the standard definition Ultimate Collector's Edition. All five version of the legendary Sci-Fi film from Director Ridley Scott with all new 5.1 audio - the definitive Final Cut, three additional versions of the film, and the rare Work Print version - in addition to the in-depth feature length documentary "Dangerous Days", and one complete disc of bonus content including over 80-minutes of never- before-seen deleted scenes.
    Director: Ridley Scott
    Writers: Hampton Fancher (screenplay), David Webb Peoples (screenplay)
    Stars: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young
                          SPECIAL FEATURES:
    -Audio Commentaries
    -Documentary: "Dangerous Days" (211 Minutes)
    -"The Electric Dream: Remember Philip K. Dick"
    -"Sacrificial Sheep: The Novel Vs. the Film"
    -Philip K. Dick: The Blade Runner Interviews
    -"Signs of the Times: Graphic Design"
    -"Fashion Forward: Wardrobe & Styling"
    -The Light That Burns: Remembering Jordan Cronenweth
    -Screen Tests: Rachel & Pris
    -Deleted and Alternate Scenes
    -Vintage Featurettes
    -"Promoting Dystopia: Rendering the Poster Art"
    -"Deck-A-Rep: The True Nature of Rick Deckard"
    -Theatrical Trailers
    -Audio Commentary
    -"All Our Variant Futures: From Workprint to Final Cuts"

    BUDDY HOLLY STORY (1978) 114m (WS) TRAILER Limited 3000
    The story of one of rock ‘n’ roll’s first legends, Buddy Holly. Holly’s career is followed from his high school days in Lubbock, Texas and his rise above the disaproval of his music by the locals and his conservative family, through his meteoric success with his band the Crickets, to his untimely death in a plane crash when he was just twenty-two years old.
    Director: Steve Rash
    Writers: Alan Swyer (story), John Goldrosen (source material "Buddy Holly His Life and Music")
    Stars: Gary Busey, Don Stroud, Charles Martin Smith
    Special Features: 
    Theatrical Trailer (1080p; 2:37)
    Audio Commentary with Director Steve Rash and Actor Gary Busey
    Isolated Score Track is presented in DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1

    3-D & 2-D  TRAILER
    It is 1942, America has entered World War II, and sickly but determined Steve Rogers is frustrated at being rejected yet again for military service. Everything changes when Dr. Erskine recruits him for the secret Project Rebirth. Proving his extraordinary courage, wits and conscience, Rogers undergoes the experiment and his weak body is suddenly enhanced into the maximum human potential. When Dr. Erskine is then immediately assassinated by an agent of Nazi Germany's secret HYDRA research department (headed by Johann Schmidt, a.k.a. the Red Skull), Rogers is left as a unique man who is initially misused as a propaganda mascot; however, when his comrades need him, Rogers goes on a successful adventure that truly makes him Captain America, and his war against Schmidt begins.
    Director: Joe Johnston
    Writers: Christopher Markus (screenplay), Stephen McFeely (screenplay)
    Stars: Chris Evans, Hugo Weaving, Samuel L. Jackson
                                       SPECIAL FEATURES:
     Audio Commentary: Director Joe Johnston, Director of Photography Shelly Johnson, and Editor Jeffrey Ford deliver a fairly light but informative track. The three jump right into delivering a technically-oriented commentary that shares various filmmaking secrets, the picture's extensive special effects (including the arduous process of shooting "skinny Steve"), shooting locales, the performances of the cast, subtle touches inspired by the comics, anecdotes from the set, and plenty more. This is a solid but, at the same time, rather unspectacular commentary in that it's fairly indicative of the average track. Fans will want to give it a listen, but it's not one of the all-time great tracks.

    Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer (1080p, 4:03): A short film with a comic edge about a convenience store robbery.

    Outfitting a Hero (1080p, 10:52): A thorough, enjoyable, and informative behind-the-scenes piece looking at the history of the character's costume and the evolution and development of the Captain's in-movie suit.
    Howling Commandos (1080p, 6:07): A brief piece that looks at the supporting players who come to Captain America's aid throughout the movie.

    Heightened Technology (1080p, 5:43): This brief supplement looks at the "secret arms race" that plays out in the film and the resultant future-inspired weapons and vehicles that appear in the movie.

    The Transformation (1080p, 8:50): A solid supplement that offers an in-depth look at the process of digitally shrinking Actor Chris Evans for the film's first act.

    Behind the Skull (1080p, 10:24): A look back at the history of Red Skull, casting the role, and creating the character's right look for the movie.

    Captain America's Origin (1080p, 3:55): Captain America Co-Creator Joe Simon looks back at the history of the character in comics, and the piece ends with red carpet interviews with Simon's friends and family.

    The Assembly Begins (1080p, 1:46): A short look ahead towards The Avengers.
    Deleted Scenes (1080p, 5:32): Attack in Norway, The Battle at Azzano, Steve Rogers Gets his Medal, and Steve Rogers Meets Nick Fury. Available with optional Director, D.P., and Editor commentary, except for Steve Rogers Meets Nick Fury.
    Trailers (1080p): Theatrical Trailer 1 (2:35), Theatrical Trailer 2 (2:35), Sega Game Trailer (2:18), and The Avengers Animated Trailer (1:19).

    Digital Copy: Sampled on an iPhone 4, the video proved quite good, with minimal compression artifacts and adequate detailing and colors. On the other hand, audio was bland and hollow. A few effects -- Stark speaking over a microphone at the fair near the beginning of the movie -- were satisfactory in terms of spacing and clarity, but this obviously pales in comparison to the Blu-ray soundtrack. Still, it's more than adequate for a long plane ride or wherever a two-hour movie might come in handy.      Blu-ray 2D Copy: Includes all bonus features.   DVD Copy. 

     CONAN THE BARBARIAN (1982) 129m Internatl Cut  TRAILER
    A barbarian trained in the arts of war joins with thieves in a quest to solve the riddle of steel and find the sorcerer responsible for the genocide of his people in this faithful adaptation of Robert E. Howard's sword and sorcery adventures. This film briefly sparked a wave of fantasy films including the sequel, Conan the Destroyer, in the early 80s.
     Director:John Milius
    Writers: Robert E. Howard (stories), John Milius
    Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Earl Jones, Max von Sydow
         Audio Commentary: "Look at that. That is such a wild scene. The whole place is burning down." Director John Milius and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger wade through Conan at a deliberate pace, pausing along the way to soak in the sights and sounds of the film. But they tend to get wrapped up in watching rather than discussing, narrating entire scenes with monotone awe, complementing everyone and everything that appears on screen and, ultimately, offering little in the way of in-depth production insight. While there are some great anecdotes sprinkled throughout, enough details to keep things mildly interesting and a few laughs to be had, their chat is tiresome at best.

        Conan Unchained: The Making of Conan (SD, 53 minutes): As behind-the-scenes tell-alls go, "Conan Unchained" is pretty good. It's a bit glossy around the edges and isn't nearly as current a retrospective as I would have liked, sure, but it's thorough, packed with cast and crew interviews, and touches on almost every aspect of the film's production (at least to some degree). You'll have to give your eyes some time to adjust, though. It's about as poorly encoded as standard-definition documentaries get.

        Art of Steel: Sword Makers and Masters (HD, 15 minutes): This over-produced featurette is exactly what it purports to be: an overview of the work that goes into designing and forging swords. However, it isn't a look-back at the weapons of Milius' Conan. It's primarily a look at the techniques -- digital-scanning and all -- used by the 21st century sword makers at Albion Armorers.

        Conan: From the Vault (HD, 10 minutes): Comprised of re-discovered interviews shot on set in 1982, this Blu-ray exclusive is a nice little treat, even if it doesn't amount to much.

        Special Effects (SD, 2 minutes): A short before-and-after scene comparison, minus any context that might reveal the methods, magic or FX wizardry that went into creating some of Conan's more memorable sequences. For completists only.

        The Conan Archives (SD, 12 minutes): A montage of production drawings, paintings, concept art, photos and publicity materials.

        Deleted Scenes (SD, 6 minutes): Five unfinished and unremarkable deleted scenes presented in non-anamorphic standard definition.
        Theatrical Trailers (SD, 4 minutes): Two trailers round out the package.
        BD-Live Functionality and News Ticker       My Scenes Bookmarking

    A quest that begins as a personal vendetta for the fierce Cimmerian warrior soon turns into an epic battle against hulking rivals, horrific monsters, and impossible odds, as Conan realizes he is the only hope of saving the great nations of Hyboria from an encroaching reign of supernatural evil.
    Director: Marcus Nispel
    Writers: Thomas Dean Donnelly, Joshua Oppenheimer
    Stars: Jason Momoa, Ron Perlman, Rose McGowan
    Special Features: None on 2-D Disc

    The wandering barbarian, Conan, alongside his goofy rogue pal, Malak, are tasked with escorting Queen Taramis' virgin niece, Princess Jehnna and her bodyguard, Bombaata, to a mystical island fortress. They must retrieve a magical crystal that legends say can awaken the god of dreams, Dagoth. Along the way, Conan reunites with the wise wizard, Akiro and befriends the fierce female fighter, Zula. Together the heroes face ancient traps, powerful Wizards, plots of betrayal, and even the dream god, Dagoth, himself!
    Director: Richard Fleischer
    Writers: Robert E. Howard (character), Roy Thomas (story)
    Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Grace Jones, Olivia d'Abo
    Theatrical Trailer

    DARK CRYSTAL, THE (1982) 93m (WS)  TRAILER
    Another planet, another time. 1000 years ago the mysterious Dark Crystal was damaged by one of the Urskeks and an age of chaos has began! The evil race of grotesque birdlike lizards the Skeksis, gnomish dragons who rule their fantastic planet with an iron claw. Meanwhile the orphan Jen, raised in solitude by a race of the peace-loving wizards called the Mystics, embarks on a quest to find the missing shard of the Dark Crystal which gives the Skesis their power and restore the balance of the universe. 
    Directors: Jim Henson, Frank Oz
    Writers: David Odell (screenplay), Jim Henson (story)
    Stars: Jim Henson, Kathryn Mullen, Frank Oz
     Special Features
    Commentary with Brian Froud
    Storyboard Track
    The Book of Thra: Dark Crystal Collector
    SkekTek’s Crystal Challenge Trivia Game
    Original Skeksis Language - Test Scenes with Introduction by Screenwriter David Odell
    Deleted Scenes
    The World of "The Dark Crystal"
    Reflections of the Dark Crystal: "Light on the Path of Creation"
    Reflections of the Dark Crystal: "Shard of Illusion"

    Despite his tarnished reputation after the events of The Dark Knight, in which he took the rap for Dent's crimes, Batman feels compelled to intervene to assist the city and its police force which is struggling to cope with Bane's plans to destroy the city.

    Director: Christopher Nolan
    Writers: Jonathan Nolan (screenplay), Christopher Nolan (screenplay)
    Stars: Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway
    Second Screen Experience (Disc 1, HD): Download the Dark Knight Rises FX app to your mobile phone or tablet, sync it with your Blu-ray player via your network, select the launch button in the app and enjoy exclusive content while watching the film.

        Production (Disc 2, HD, 68 minutes): Christopher Nolan and key members of his cast and crew dissect crucial sequences, unveil the process behind Nolan's largely practical effects, and dig into the production in twelve excellent Focus Point-esque featurettes. Featurettes include "The Prologue: High-Altitude Hijacking," "Return to the Batcave," "Beneath Gotham," "The Bat," "Batman vs. Bane," "Armory Accepted," "Gameday Destruction," "Demolishing a City Street," "The Pit," "The Chant," "The War on Wall Street" and "Race to the Reactor."

        Characters (Disc 2, HD, 28 minutes): Three more featurettes round out the production overview -- "The Journey of Bruce Wayne," "Gotham's Reckoning" and "A Girl's Gotta Eat" -- which delve into the characters of Bruce Wayne, Bane and Selina Kyle. A commentary or more sprawling production documentary would have been a terrific addition to it all, but Nolan and company have covered their bases and delivered an extensive glimpse into Nolan's craft, the development of the film and the intricacies of the third and final entry in the Dark Knight cycle.

        Reflections (Disc 2, HD, 15 minutes): Finally, "Shadows & Light in Large Format" touches on Wally Pfister's cinematography and lighting, Nolan's location shoots, traditional vs. IMAX photography, and the film's production design, while "The End of a Legend" finds the filmmakers bidding farewell to the Dark Knight trilogy.

        The Batmobile (Disc 2, HD, 58 minutes): "There's something incredibly primal about the relationship between man and machine. It's extraordinarily powerful." Nolan, Batmobile craftsman and engineers, and a host of other comic book and film industry familiar faces discuss the history of the Batmobile, its evolution as Batman's most iconic tool, and its various small and big screen incarnations. It's a fantastic documentary, even if it doesn't focus exclusively on Dark Knight Rises.

        Trailer Archive (HD, 9 minutes): Four theatrical trailers round out the package.

    The story of vampire Barnabas Collins, the possible cure offered by Dr. Julia Hoffman, and his search for love amidst the horror. TRAILER

    Director: Dan Curtis
    Writers: Sam Hall (screenplay), Gordon Russell (screenplay)
    Stars: Jonathan Frid, Grayson Hall, Kathryn Leigh Scott
    SPECIAL FEATURES: Theatrical Trailer

    A painter and his wife move into a home and find themselves plagued by ghosts and spirits of his ancestors that used to be witches. TRAILER
    Director: Dan Curtis
    Writers: Dan Curtis (story), Sam Hall (screenplay)
    Stars: David Selby, Grayson Hall, Kate Jackson  

    SPECIAL FEATURES:  Theatrical Trailer

    A gruesome secret, protected for generations, rises to give its Deadly Blessing!
    Director: Wes Craven
    Writers: Glenn M. Benest (story), Matthew Barr (story)
    Stars: Maren Jensen, Sharon Stone, Susan Buckner
                        SPECIAL FEATURES:
    Audio Commentary: Horrorhound Magazine's Sean Clark and Director Wes Craven
    Say Your Prayers!  "An all-new interview with Actor Michael Berryman."
    Secrets Revealed "An all-new interview with Actress Susan Buckner."
    Rise of the Incubus "An all-new interview with Creature Designer John Naulin."
    So It Was Written "A Look at the film's screenplay with Writers Glenn Benest and Matthew Barr."
    Theatrical Trailer  TV Spots  Radio Spots  Photo Gallery

    DIRTY DANCING (1987) 105m (WS)  TRAILER
    In 1963, Frances "Baby" Houseman, a sweet daddy's girl, goes with her family to a resort in upstate New York's Catskill Mountains. Baby has grown up in privileged surroundings and all expect her to go on to college, join the Peace Corps and save the world before marrying a doctor, just like her father. Unexpectedly, Baby becomes infatuated with the camp's dance instructor, Johnny Castle, a man whose background is vastly different from her own. Baby lies to her father to get money to pay for an illegal abortion for Johnny's dance partner. She then fills in as Johnny's dance partner and it is as he is teaching her the dance routine that they fall in love. It all comes apart when Johnny's friend falls seriously ill after her abortion and Baby gets her father, who saves the girl's life. He then learns what Baby has been up to, who with and worse - that he funded the illegal abortion. He bans his daughter from any further association with "those people". In the first deliberately willful ...
    Director: Emile Ardolino
    Writer: Eleanor Bergstein
    Stars: Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey, Jerry Orbach
                                                   SPECIAL FEATURES:
       Following 3 Features Are Available on Blu-ray Disc Only:
       Multi-voice audio commentary
        Pop up Trivia Track
        6.1 PCM Uncompressed Audio
        Disc One
        Audio commentary with writer/co-producer Eleanor Bergstein
        Trivia Track
        Disc Two
        “Dirty Dancing with Patrick Swayze” interview featurette
        Tribute to Jerry Orbach
        “The Classic Story on Stage” featurette
        Deleted Scenes
        Alternate Scenes
        Extended Scenes
        Outtakes/Gag reel
        Original Screen Tests
        Multi-Angle Dance Sequences
        Interactive Photo Gallery
        Jennifer Grey Interview
        Eleanor Bergstein Interview
        Kenny Ortega Interview
        Emile Ardolino Tribute
        Hungry Eyes Music Video
        She’s Like The Wind Music Video
        (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life Music Video

    DUMBO (1941) 64m 70th Anniversary  TRAILER
    The stork delivers a baby elephant to Mrs Jumbo, veteran of the circus, but the newborn is ridiculed because of his truly enormous ears and dubbed "Dumbo". After being separated from his mother, Dumbo is relegated to the circus' clown acts; it is up to his only friend, a mouse, to assist Dumbo to achieve his full potential.
    Directors: Samuel Armstrong, Norman Ferguson, 4 more credits »
    Writers: Helen Aberson (based on book by), Harold Pearl (based on book)
    Stars: Sterling Holloway, Edward Brophy, James Baskett
    • Blu-ray(TM) Feature Film + Bonus
    • DVD Feature Film + Bonus
    • All-New Digital Restoration
    • Disney View -- Expanded Viewing Experience
    • Cine-Explore Experience
    • Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scene
    • Never-Before-Heard Deleted Song
    • Taking Flight: The Making Of Dumbo
    • The Magic Of DUMBO: A Ride Of Passage - A Heartfelt Look At Disneyland's Most Popular Ride
    • Audio Commentary
    • Celebrating DUMBO -- Featurette
    • Art Galleries
    • Animated Short "The Flying Mouse"
    • Animated Short "Elmer Elephant"
    • What Do You See? -- Decipher The Scrambled Images In This Game
    • What Do You Know? -- Fun Trivia Game For All Ages

    A group of Southern California high school students are enjoying their most important subjects: sex, drugs and rock n' roll.
    Director: Amy Heckerling
    Writers: Cameron Crowe (screenplay), Cameron Crowe (book)
    Stars: Sean Penn, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Judge Reinhold  
                       SPECIAL FEATURES:
    Reliving Our Fast Times at Ridgemont High (SD; 39:15) is an appealing featurette which offers interviews with Amy Heckerling, producer Art Linson, and several of the cast. This is largely a mash note to Cameron Crowe, whose contributions are highlighted by several of the interviewees. There's also some interesting information about the casting process and how almost by chance such a roster of future superstars was assembled for the film.
        Theatrical Trailer (SD; 1:36)
        Feature Commentary with Director Amy Heckerling and Screenwriter Cameron Crowe. This is an excellent commentary, with Crowe and Heckerling, obviously in the same room (instead of having been edited "together") discussing a lot of salient information about the film. Sometimes quite funny, as when they observe the young cast suddenly looks to be in their 30s due to overnight shoots at the shopping mall, but also interestingly serious in terms of how the film was made (Heckerling lobbied to have Crowe onset at all times, so his contributions continued to be made as the film was shot), this is appealingly informal, yet also very informative.
        U Control. Universal's proprietary supplement technology is split into two different offerings here, Scene Companion, which features picture in picture background information, including lots of interview segments, and The Music of 'Fast Times at Ridgemont High,' which gives a pop up description of what tune and band is currently on the soundtrack.

    FUNHOUSE (1981) 95m  TRAILER
    The carnival is a place for fun and laughter, but not for Amy and her friends. When their childish dare to stay all night in the spooky funhouse backfires, it leaves a trail of dismembered teenagers a mile long in Tobe Hooper’s classic video nasty era slasher.
    Director: Tobe Hooper
    Writer: Lawrence Block
    Stars: Elizabeth Berridge, Shawn Carson, Jeanne Austin
               SPECIAL FEATURES:
    Audio Commentary: An all-new-for-Blu-ray commentary with Director Tobe Hooper and Moderator/Filmmaker Tim Sullivan.
    The Barker Speaks! An Interview with Actor Kevin Conway
    Something Wicked This Way Comes: An All-New Interview with Executive Producer Mark L. Lester
    Carnival Music: An Interview with Composer John Beal
    Audio Interview with Actor William Finley
    Deleted Scenes:  Scenes added to the network television broadcast to augment a runtime cut short due to censorship.   TV and Radio Spots      The Funhouse Trailer    Reversible Cover Art

    Halloween night - Haddonfield, IL. A young boy butchers his older sister with a kitchen knife. 15 years later, he escapes from a mental institution only to return home and terrorize the town, including babysitter Laurie Strode. Now pursued by Dr. Loomis, the doctor who tried to treat him until he realized that “what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply... evil”. His name is Michael Myers. And so began one of the most iconic horror franchises in history – what producers Moustapha Akkad and Debra Hill, writer/director John Carpenter and stars Jamie Lee Curtis & Donald Pleasence started has spawned 10 feature films and lasted over 35 years. Now, for the first time ever, experience the terror of every Halloween film available together in 1 set! This limited edition deluxe set includes 15 discs jammed with content Halloween fans will love. Brand new, never before seen bonus features including new interviews with cast and crew, commentaries, behind the scenes documentaries, and so much more. Plus, the NEVER BEFORE RELEASED Producer’s Cut of Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers! The set also features both Blu-ray versions of Halloween as well as the Network TV versions of Halloween and Halloween 2. Here it is, the one that started it all – Halloween: The Complete Collection. 

    Special Features:
    Disc 1 - John Carpenter's Halloween

        New Audio Commentary: Director of photography Dean Cundey, editor/production designer Tommy Lee Wallace and "The Shape," Nick Castle, take a few minutes to warm up but soon hit a nice pace, delivering a scene by scene overview of the film, its challenges (budgetary and more), the look, tone and aesthetic of the cinematography and production design, the performances and on-set presence of the actors, the reasons for Halloween's endurance, the tricks and treats of putting together a classic with a lasting legacy, and much more. The trio gets caught up watching the film every now and then, but for the most part rarely grow silent. Reserved as it is, this is an excellent track with plenty of insight into the making of a horror icon and a truly frightening movie.
        Audio Commentary: Co-writer/director John Carpenter and actress Jamie Lee Curtis offer plenty of minor anecdotal observations but also provide some greater in-depth insight into the technical aspects of the shoot. Discussions include secrets behind the wardrobe and hair, thoughts on modern horror and what sets Halloween apart, the picture's contrast between reality and lurking terror, Carpenter's directorial style, casting and the cast's contributions, life after the film, and plenty more. Curtis is particularly enthusiastic in her look at the film in hindsight and observing its brilliant structure. Unfortunately, there's no discussion of the remastered Blu-ray. (Martin Liebman)
        The Night She Came Home (HD, 60 minutes): Jamie Lee Curtis discusses the "monetization" of Halloween for charity. This film follows Curtis in November 2012 (at one point the date is listed as November 2013... hooray for the invention of time travel!) as she meets fans, schmoozes with franchise cast and crew, signs memorabilia, snaps photos with attendees, and addresses the audience. There's also plenty of fan interview snippets. This is a wonderful piece; Curtis comes across as amiable and sincere. (ML)
        On Location: 25 Years Later (SD, 10 minutes): A visit to the South Pasadena neighborhood years after the shoot, including a look at the restored Myers house. The piece also features discussions of the requirements of the film's shooting locales, the actors' presences on set, Carpenter's filmmaking style, character dynamics, and making use of location dynamics. (ML)
        TV Spots (SD, 1 minute): A trio of television advertisements for the film. The first two run thirty-two seconds each, while the final spot runs a mere twelve seconds. (ML)
        TV Version Footage (HD, 11 minutes): A collection of scenes that played in the film's television cut. (ML)
        Radio Spots (HD, 1 minute): Three spots play over a Halloween graphic. (ML)
        Theatrical Trailer (SD, 3 minutes): The film's original trailer. (ML)

    Disc 2 - John Carpenter's Halloween

        Audio Commentary: Writer/director John Carpenter, producer Debra Hill and actress Jamie Lee Curtis cover a lot of the same ground in this 2007 BD commentary as they did in the 35th Anniversary track included on Disc One. Hill injects additional tidbits, but nothing ground-shaking, and recording each participant separately doesn't result in a very engaging listening experience. Give this one a go if you must, but you'll soon discover the same thing I did: Disc Two's extras aren't nearly as entertaining or enjoyable as those on Disc One. Stick with the newer content.
        Halloween: A Cut Above the Rest (SD, 87 minutes): This semi-decent 2003 retrospective features interviews with Carpenter, Curtis and other key members of the cast and crew. There's quite a bit of overlap, particularly when viewed shortly after the filmmakers' various audio commentaries, but there's enough here to warrant a watch... if, that is, you're a diehard Halloween junkie. Casual fans will want to stick with the "Night She Came Home" documentary on Disc One.
        Film Fast Facts: A running on-screen fact track.
        TV Spots (SD, 1 minute): The same promos included on Disc One.
        Radio Spots (HD, 1 minute): More redundancy with Disc One.
        Trailer (SD, 3 minutes): Add one more repeat to the list.

    Disc 3 - Halloween II Theatrical Cut

        Audio Commentaries: Two commentaries accompany the film's theatrical cut, the first with director Rick Rosenthal and actor Leo Rossi, and the second with actor/stunt coordinator Dick Warlock. Rosenthal and Rossi's track is a fan's dream come true; extensive, breezy, funny, revealing... it not only touches on everything the Halloween II flock for, it's both a genuinely engaging commentary and a genuinely engaging conversation. There are a few too many pauses, sure, presumably when the pair get caught up in the film, and Rosenthal works hard to avoid taking any unsportsmanlike shots at Carpenter, but the two cast their net beyond the shot-by-shot minutia of the troubled production and cover far more ground than I expected. Warlock, joined by "Icons of Fright" creator Robert V. Galluzzo, hosts a solid commentary of his own. It isn't as informative as Rosenthal's chat, and it serves up more stories from the set than true insight, but as a companion commentary it's quite satisfying.
        The Nightmare Isn't Over!: The Making of Halloween II (HD, 45 minutes): Presented in 2.35:1 high definition, this Red Shirt Pictures retrospective documentary approaches the Halloween sequel -- and really horror sequel-making as a relative innovation of the era and, later, as an oft-botched art -- with the utmost seriousness and honesty. Rosenthal, Warlock, executive producer Irwin Yablans, director of photography Dean Cundey, co-composer Alan Howarth and other key members of the crew rip back the curtain of the script and production, and rarely pull any punches (not that anyone is swinging all that hard). Yablans and Halloween production designer/co-editor Tommy Lee Wallace lay the groundwork, and Yablans continues to appear throughout, but it's the affable Rosenthal and Cundey who make the documentary worth the 45-minute investment, for diehard and casual fans alike. Rossi and fellow actors Lance Guest and Nancy Stephens also chime in, but only Rossi has anything of anecdotal interest to offer.
        Horror's Hallowed Grounds: The Locations of Halloween II (HD, 13 minutes): Horror's Hallowed Grounds writer/producer Sean Clark leads horror hounds on a tour of shooting locations used in Halloween II.
        Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary (HD, 8 minutes): A collection of wisely exorcised deleted scenes with optional commentary with Rosenthal.
        Alternate Ending (SD, 2 minutes): A bait-n-switch alternate ending, with optional director's commentary.
        Theatrical Trailer and TV & Radio Spots (HD/SD, 7 minutes): A vintage red band theatrical trailer, three TV commercials and a series of radio spots.
        Stills Gallery (HD, 5 minutes): More a reel of photos than a gallery.

    Disc 4 - Halloween II TV Version, DVD

        Halloween II: The Television Cut (SD, 92 minutes): While the Television Cut isn't a Rosenthal director's cut, it's more in keeping with his original intentions for the sequel than the Rosenthal/Carpenter hybrid that made it to theaters. The changes and edits are relatively minor, but gone is most of the gore and added is a handful of extra bits and pieces; scenes that don't appear in the theatrical cut. Now if only the Television Cut had been presented in high definition with lossless audio...
        Halloween II Film Script: The Television Cut DVD also includes a copy of the film's script. To access it, open the DVD on your computer, explore its contents, and copy the Halloween2.pdf file to your hard drive.

    Disc 5 - Halloween III: Season of the Witch

        Audio Commentary: Director Tommy Lee Wallace, Rob G. from "Icons of Fright," and Horror's Hallowed Grounds' Sean Clark speak on the plot, the history of the Halloween "anthology" that never materialized, the process of shooting various scenes, filming locations, the score, using "London Bridge" as a base for the popular jingle, the cast and performances, and much more. The track is fairly heavy on nostalgia and filming locales. It's a good track and has a very fan-oriented feel. It's well worth hearing. (ML)
        Audio Commentary: Actor Tom Atkins and BD/DVD Producer Michael Felsher discuss the picture's history, fan reaction then and now, Atkins' previous work with Carpenter and landing the role in Halloween III, Atkins' other filmed works, working with the film's cast and crew, and plenty of interesting anecdotes. It's not quite so focused on the film as fans might wish, but Tom Atkins fans should move this to the top of their "must-listen commentary tracks." (ML)
        Stand Alone: The Making of Halloween III: Season of the Witch (HD, 33 minutes): Director Tommy Lee Wallace, Actors Tom Atkins and Stacey Nelkin, Stunt Coordinator Dick Warlock, Cinematographer Dean Cundey, Costume Designer Jane Ruhm, and others offer an honest recount of the film's history, public and critical reaction to it, the plan to make new "Halloween" themed movies every year, the evolution of the script, the work of the cast, cast camaraderie, the process of shooting various scenes, making many of the special effects, anecdotes from the shoot, the film's trademark jingle, and more. There's also highlights from a 2010 screening and a discussion of the film's legacy and revival. (ML)
        Horror's Hallowed Grounds: Revisiting the Original Shooting Locales (HD, 20 minutes): Horror's Hallowed Grounds' Sean Clark tours many of the locations seen in the film, contrasting them with how they look today and how they were in the film some thirty years ago. This is a fun supplement and something that studios should consider including with future releases. (ML)
        Still Gallery (HD, 3 minutes)
        TV Spots (SD, 2 minutes)
        Theatrical Trailer (HD, 3 minutes)

    Disc 6 - Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

        Audio Commentary: Actors Ellie Cornell and Danielle Harris offer a breezy, friendly sort of track that recounts various material from not only the film but around the Halloween world. There's a good deal of off-the-cuff, behind-the-scenes, anecdotal sort of dialogue. Dedicated series fans and those with extra time to dedicate to the film will want to hear this commentary. (ML)
        Audio Commentary: Director Dwight H. Little and author Justin Beahm open with a discussion of the opening title sequence. They discuss plot points, Michael's escape at the beginning, casting Danielle Harris, filming locales, character arcs, script variations, and plenty more. This is a smooth, consistently entertaining track that fans will enjoy. (ML)
        Theatrical Trailer (SD, 2 minutes): The film's original trailer.

    Disc 7 - Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

        Audio Commentary: Actor Don Shanks and author Justin Beahm begin by speaking on the making of the opening title sequence and proceed to discuss Shanks' casting, shooting various scenes, anecdotes from the shoot, the series' themes and the complexities of the Michael Myers character, and plenty more. This is an enlightening, balanced track that's worthy of a listen. (ML)
        Audio Commentary: Director Dominique Othenin-Girad and actors Danielle Harris and Jeffrey Landman offer an enjoyable commentary that's well-spoken, enthusiastic, and insightful. There's plenty of good detailed technical insight, discussions of the plot, and jovial recount of the general filmmaking process. As with the previous track, this one's well worth a listen. (ML)
        On the Set (SD, 16 minutes): Raw behind-the-scenes footage is intercut with cast interviews. (ML)
        Halloween 5 Original Promo (SD, 6 minutes): A lengthy preview for the movie that offers behind the scenes footage and cast and crew interviews. (ML)
        Theatrical Trailer (SD, 1 minute): A short trailer.

    Disc 8 - Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers Theatrical Cut

        Still Gallery (HD, 12 minutes): Though the bulk of the Halloween 666 bonus content has been relegated to Disc Nine, with the Producer's Cut, the Theatrical Cut still includes a few extras, beginning with this stills montage.
        TV Spots (SD, 3 minutes): Nine television promos.
        Theatrical Trailers (SD, 3 minutes): Three trailers round out the disc.

    Disc 9 - Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers Producer's Cut

        Audio Commentary: Writer Daniel Farrands and composer Alan Howarth discuss the oft-bootlegged cut of the film with a fair bit of amazement; first, that it's finally being released, and second, that they've been given the opportunity to outline the differences between the two versions (pointing out deleted scenes, trimmed footage and alterations along the way), the reasons for the producer's cut's demise, the obstacles faced during the production, and the newly released version's place in the Halloween saga. The two deliver a terrifically candid discussion, and while the movie itself isn't my favorite in the series, theirs was probably my favorite commentary track in the Deluxe Edition set.
        Acting Scared: A Look at the Film's Cast (HD, 19 minutes): Actresses Mariah O'Brien and J.C. Brandy reflect on the sixth entry in the Halloween franchise, touching on everything from director Joe Chappelle's style and approach to the rest of the cast, their experience on set (O'Brien was one of the gang, Brandy was typically isolated in separate scenes), and the manner in which they tackled significant moments in the film.
        The Shape of Things (HD, 12 minutes): More production woes are revealed. Special make-up effects creator John Carl Buechler talks about the return of a more iconic Michael Myers mask (after the departure that was the Halloween 5 design), but soon turns the spotlight onto actor George P. Wilbur, the original man behind the sixth film's mask, who was replaced midway through the movie with a smaller statured actor. From there, Buechler and special effects make-up artist Brad Hardin recall Curse's gory kills and tricky FX.
        Haddonfield's Horrors (HD, 11 minutes): This "Visual Design of Halloween 6" featurette passes the behind-the-scenes baton to director of photography Billy Dickson and production designer Bryan Ryman, who dive into the movie's splashier, more surreal imagery, the film's pacing, and other aspects of the sixquel's sets, costumes and props.
        A Cursed Curse (HD, 10 minutes): An interview with Trancas International president and Curse associate producer Malek Akkad (who says "in retrospect" a lot) and producer Paul Freeman (who gets very little screentime).
        Full Circle (HD, 7 minutes): Composer Alan Howarth muses about his career, his contributions to the saga and, more specifically, The Curse of Michael Myers, the elements used to build a Halloween score, and the aspects of the sixth film that allowed him to play with old themes in new ways.
        Alternate and Deleted Scenes (HD/SD, 7 minutes): A collection of extended scenes, alternate footage and extra bits of graphic violence that doesn't appear in either cut of the film. Though quite rough, the footage "was transferred from the best available materials that were located by the production staff."
        Archival Interviews and Behind-the-Scenes Footage (HD/SD, 8 minutes): An assortment of interviews and production footage, chief among them a brief sit-down with the late Donald Pleasance.
        Additional BTS Footage (HD/SD, 24 minutes): Footage shot by Farrands during the first week of production.
        Jamie's Story (HD, 8 minutes): A not-so-notable interview with actress Danielle Harris.
        Cast & Crew Tribute to Donald Pleasance (HD, 3 minutes): A short tribute to Pleasance.
        Teaser Trailer (SD, 1 minute): A short trailer.
        Electronic Press Kit (SD, 5 minutes): A vintage promo reel.

    Disc 10 - Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

        Audio Commentary: Moderator Sean Clark hosts director Steve Miner and actress Jamie Lee Curtis in a spirited commentary. Once again, Curtis' enthusiasm elevates the entire track, which is home to a nice mix of production tidbits, anecdotes, insight and fun. There are a few too many times where the duo play the role of chatty audience members, particularly during kill scenes, but Clark does a good job of springing questions to re-focus them.
        Blood is Thicker than Water: The Making of Halloween H20 (HD, 59 minutes): Producer Malek Akkad, producer Paul Freeman, writer Robert Zappia, cinematographer Daryn Okada, editor Patrick Lussier, composer John Ottman, stunt coordinator Donna Keegan, make-up artist Brad Hardin and actors Jamie Lee Curtis, Josh Hartnett, Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Nancy Stephens, Adam Hann-Byrd, Tom Kane and Chris Durand discuss all things H20 in this sprawling HD retrospective. Missing, though, is Miner.
        Scenes with John Ottman's Original Score (HD, 24 minutes): Six scenes from Halloween H20 are presented with composer John Ottman's original score via an isolated music DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 track.
        Vintage Interviews and Behind-the-Scenes Footage (HD/SD, 46 minutes): This lengthy collection of interviews features Miner, Curtis and other key members of the cast and crew dissecting the film, their performances, the look and tone of the then-new sequel, and more.
        Still Gallery (HD, 8 minutes): A montage of photos and production images.
        TV Spot (SD, 1 minutes)
        Theatrical Trailer (SD, 2 minutes)

    Disc 11 - Halloween Resurrection

        Audio Commentary: Director Rick Rosenthal and editor Robert A. Ferretti may be more measured and soft-spoken than other commentators featured in the Halloween box set, but they're no less informative, moving quickly from the film's premise (which hinges on a gotcha revision that offers an explanation as to how Myers survived his grisly beheading at the end of H20) to its development, production design, cast, performances, pacing and style, and more.
        Deleted Scenes & Alternate Endings (SD, 11 minutes): A collection of six deleted scenes and three alternate endings (or rather what appears to be the bits and pieces of a single alternate ending) are presented with optional director's commentary.
        Web Cam Special (HD, 41 minutes): The team's web cam videos, edited together into a really, really bad running film of sorts with yet another optional director's commentary courtesy of Rosenthal.
        Vintage Interviews and Behind-the-Scenes Footage (HD/SD, 37 minutes): An assortment of interview snippets followed by a sixteen-minute reel of fly-on-the-wall behind-the-scenes footage, sans narration.
        Head Cam (SD, 4 minutes): The cast gush over the sequel in this archive featurette.
        Storyboard Analysis (SD, 4 minutes): A series of storyboard-to-film comparisons.
        Set Tour (SD, 7 minutes): Production designer Troy Hansen leads viewers on a tour of the Myers house set.
        Set Interview (SD, 4 minutes): Jamie Lee Curtis briefly discusses her role in the film.
        Still Gallery (HD, 7 minutes): A montage of production photos and other images.
        Home Video TV Spots (SD, 1 minute): Two TV promos (one of which is built around a massive spoiler).
        Theatrical Trailer (SD, 2 minutes): The film's original trailer.

    Disc 12 - Rob Zombie's Halloween

        Audio Commentary: Director Rob Zombie has a sort of hypnotic effect in his speech patterns, recounting of the filmmaking process, and his enthusiasm for the film and the commentary experience. It's hard to turn off once he gets rolling, and the track moves along at a brisk pace. Zombie walks audiences through the film, discussing the casting, trivial facts, shooting locations and challenges, the film's excessive use of foul language, props, changes in character behavior between the films, and so forth. (ML)
        Deleted Scenes, Alternate Ending & Bloopers (SD, 36 minutes): Next are 17 deleted scenes (22:19) with optional commentary from Rob Zombie, an alternate ending (3:45), again with optional Zombie commentary, and a series of bloopers (10:18). (ML)
        The Many Faces of Michael Myers (SD, 6 minutes): This featurette includes interviews with Zombie, actors Tyler Mane and Daeg Faerch, editor Glenn Garland, costume designer Mary McLeod, and effects artist Wayne Toth. The piece examines the various masks worn in the film, from the clown mask worn by young Michael that was purchased on eBay, to the reproduction of the classic mask worn by the killer in the second half. (ML)
        Re-Imagining Halloween (SD, 19 minutes): A three-part feature that examines various aspects of the filmmaking process. The piece begins with "From Camera to Screen," wherein Zombie discusses the approach he took to set the film apart from the original. Various cast and crew discuss the strengths Rob Zombie brings to a project, the influences of other films such as 21 Grams or The Constant Gardener on Halloween, and the varying approaches to and tones of the film's acts. "The Production Design" examines the film's set designs, color schemes and more. And "The Makeup, FX, Props and Wardrobe" wins the award for most self-explanatory title of the year. (ML)
        Meet the Cast (SD, 18 minutes): Here, the process of assembling the cast is discussed, and is followed by a closer look at each of the film's primary characters and discussions with the actors that portray them. (ML)
        Casting Sessions (SD, 30 minutes): Video snippets from the auditions of 15 different actors. (ML)
        Scout Taylor-Compton Screen Test (SD, 8 minutes): An extended audition sequence. (ML)
        Theatrical Trailer (SD, 2 minutes)

    Disc 13 - Rob Zombie's Halloween Bonus Disc

        Michael Lives: The Making of Halloween (HD, 260 minutes): The second Halloween disc contains a massive 4.5 hour documentary that covers the entire spectrum of the filmmaking process. Broken into several parts, including Preproduction and 8 segments that look at all 42 days of the shoot, "Michael Lives: The Making of Halloween" is one of the most comprehensive, painstaking, and thorough documentaries to date. Zombie begins by discussing his preference for original material, but also understands the opportunity of re-inventing an icon. After the first few moments, viewers will become enthralled in the piece; the candid trip into the world of the finer nuances of the filmmaking process is like an amusement park ride for film enthusiasts. The hard work that goes into making the film -- from scouting locations, the costume design, the casting process, creating storyboards, choosing the right props, and, of course, the day-by-day process of shooting the film -- is made accessible to everyday movie audiences. A title card announces the day of the shoot and the content of the shoot. The process of applying makeup to the actors, applying the finishing touches to the set, dousing people and places with blood, and most anything else one might imagine went into the making of the film is examined. Interview snippets with the cast and crew, as well as shots from the film, intertwine with the feature. Honest, fast-paced, intriguing, and highly watchable. (ML)

    Disc 14 - Rob Zombie's Halloween 2

        Audio Commentary: From the get-go, writer/director Rob Zombie addresses the "white horse" issue, speaking on his inspiration for the motif and its place in the film. Additionally, Zombie covers a broad range of topics with a refreshing honesty, speaking on problems with the shoot, filming locations, conditions on the set, connections with the first film and necessary changes from one picture to the next, gore and special effects, and more. Though he occasionally does little more than describe the on-screen action and pauses for several long moments, Rob Zombie proves himself a well-spoken and engaging personality that cares about his craft and creating the best movies possible. (ML)
        Audition Footage (HD, 10 minutes): Audition footage is included for Chase Wright Vanek, Angela Trimbur, Jeffrey Daniel Phillips, Chris Hardwick, Mary Birdsong, Richard Brake and Octavia Spencer. (ML)
        Deleted and Alternate Scenes & Blooper Reel (HD, 30 minutes): Next up is a collection of twenty-three deleted and alternate scenes (25:14) and a blooper reel (4:26). (ML)
        Make-Up Tests (HD, 4 minutes): "Michael-Interior," "Michael-Exterior," and "Deborah Myers." (ML)
        Uncle Seymour Coffins' Stand-Up Routines (HD, 9 minutes): A three-part collection of full-length routines from one of the film's tertiary characters. (ML)
        Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures Music Videos (HD, 19 minutes): Also included are six music videos -- Zombie A Go Go, Honky Tonk Halloween, Redneck Vixen From Outer Space, Dr. Demon & The Robot Girl, Transylvania Terror Train, and Macon County Morgue -- by Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures.(ML)

    Disc 15 - Additional Bonus Features

        John Carpenter's Halloween: Extended Version: The 101-minute extended cut of John Carpenter's Halloween is presented in its entirety in 1080p with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround. No subtitles are available, and there aren't any major AV issues to report.
        Halloween Unmasked 2000 (HD, 27 minutes): This archive documentary covers a lot of the same ground as the extras featured on Discs One and Two, but still offers enough unique interview segments, production tidbits and other little gems to make it worth watching. At least for the diehard Halloween fan, which I assume you are if you're nabbing a 15-disc franchise set for your collection.
        Halloween Interview (SD, 1 minutes): A very brief interview snippet with producer Moustapha Akkad.
        Halloween Still Gallery (HD, 12 minutes): A montage of images and production photos.
        Halloween III: Season of the Witch Interview (HD, 6 minutes): A short interview aimed at franchise completists, this one with Season of the Witch make-up effects artist Tom Burman.
        Halloween III: Season of the Witch Radio Spots (HD, 2 minutes): Three radio spots.
        The Making of Halloween 4: Final Cut (SD, 17 minutes): While the bonus content included on the Halloween 4 disc is limited to two commentaries, Disc Fifteen makes up for it with several extras that delve into the sequel's production. Up first is an archive "Making Of" featurette with executive producer Moustapha Akkad, director Dwight Little, screenwriter Alan B. McElroy and other key members of the cast and crew.
        The Making of Halloween 4 (HD, 48 minutes): Far more extensive and worthwhile is this newly produced Scream Factory retrospective featuring Trancas International president Malek Akkad, director Dwight Little, screenwriter Alan B. McElroy, composer Alan Howarth, producer Paul Freeman, special make-up effects artists John Carl Buechler and Ken Horn, stuntmen Tom Morga and George P. Wilbur, and actors Danielle Harris, Ellie Cornell, Kathleen Kinmont, Beau Starr, Raymond O'Connor, Erik Preston and Sasha Jensen. Vintage interview snippets are also included, most notably with executive producer Moustapha Akkad. Once again, a Scream Factory documentary is better than the film it examines. Not that I'm complaining...
        Halloween 4 Still Gallery (HD, 6 minutes): A montage of images and production photos.
        Inside Halloween 5 (SD, 15 minutes): "There's no way Michael could survive! Right!?" Moustapha Akkad leads the fifth sequel charge in this archive DVD featurette, which, you guessed it, isn't nearly as revealing or entertaining as the newly produced retrospective that follows it, "The Making of Halloween 5."
        The Making of Halloween 5 (HD, 44 minutes): Yet another in-depth Scream Factory undertaking; one that doesn't sugarcoat any aspect of the production, from its rushed beginnings to the assembling of its cast and crew, its rocky production, and the many difficulties the filmmakers encountered along the way. Interviews with producer Malek Akkad, line producer Rick Nathanson, composer Alan Howarth and actors Danielle Harris, Ellie Cornell, Wedny Kaplan, Jeffrey Landman, Jonathan Chapin, Frankie Como, Tamara Glynn, Matthew Walker and Don Shanks (the fifth film's Michael Myers) are included.
        Halloween 5 Still Gallery (HD, 6 minutes): A montage of images and production photos.
        Horror's Hallowed Grounds (HD/SD, … minutes): Horror's Hallowed Grounds host Sean Clark and, in some cases, special guest Don Shanks visit the shooting locations visit the sets of Halloween 4, Halloween 5 and Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers. Also included is HHG's pilot episode, which focuses on John Carpenter's original film, and a special "Fan Edition" episode shot with, and for, a group of fans who board a bus tour of locations used in the first three films (as well as Zombie's remake). Episodes are as follows:
            HHG: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (HD, 25:50)
            HHG: Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (HD, 24:03)
            HHG: Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (HD, 23:09)
            HHG Pilot Episode: Halloween (SD, 20:39)
            HHG Fan Edition: Bus Tour (HD, 11:25)
        TV Spots (SD, 4 minutes): Assorted TV spots for Halloween 4, Halloween 5, and director Rob Zombie's Halloween (2007) and Halloween II (2009).
     HALLOWEEN II (1981) 92m (WS)  30th Anniversary  TRAILER
    It's the same night as the original Halloween. Michael Myers is around the neighborhood, after being gunned by Dr.Loomis six times. Now, he's in a hospital where the girl Laurie Strode was taken. And there's a reason why Michael is after her...
    Director: Rick Rosenthal
    Writers: John Carpenter, Debra Hill
    Stars: Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, Charles Cyphers
    Alternate Ending
    Deleted Scenes
                                               Terror In the Aisles Documentary

    HARD CANDY (2005) 105m (WS)  TRAILER
    The supercharged possibilities of a single set and two amped-up actors are explored in Hard Candy, a twisted cocktail with a poison kicker. After a flirtatious encounter in an online chat room, two people agree to meet for coffee: a 32-year-old man (Patrick Wilson) and a 14-year-old girl (Ellen Page). They quickly advance to his house, and just as quickly, the apparent pedophilic seduction morphs into something else entirely. After the tables turn, Hard Candy becomes a tale of revenge and torture that might have tempted a filmmaker like Park Chanwook. Here, first-time feature director David Slade opts for a slick look that stays close to the actors, and you can't really blame him--this movie is like a conceptual, more-than-slightly unbelievable off-Broadway play, a showcase for actors and "controversial" ideas. Those actors are strong: Patrick Wilson (Angels in America, Phantom of the Opera) is every bit as creepy as he needs to be, and Ellen Page has nothing short of a triumph. The Canadian actress was around 18 when she shot the film, but looks like an adolescent, which makes her authoritative wrath all the more shocking to witness. The provocations of Hard Candy sometimes seem arbitrary or forced, but Page's electrifying performance can't be denied, or dismissed.
    Director: David Slade
    Writer: Brian Nelson
    Stars: Patrick Wilson, Ellen Page, Sandra Oh
                                             SPECIAL FEATURES:
    • Audio commentary with Director David Slade and Writer Brian Nelson
    • Audio commentary with Actors Patrick Wilson and Ellen Page
    • “Creating Hard Candy” Making-of Documentary
    • “Controversial Confection” Mini-featurette
    • Deleted and Extended Scenes

    An unfaithful wife encounters the zombie of her dead lover; demons are pursuing him after he escaped their sadomasochistic underworld.
    Director: Clive Barker
    Writer: Clive Barker
    Stars: Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins, Ashley Laurence, Doug Bradley

    Doctor Channard is sent a new patient, a girl warning of the terrible creatures that have destroyed her family, Cenobites who offer the most intense sensations of pleasure and pain. But Channard has been searching for the doorway to Hell for years, and Kirsty must follow him to save her father and witness the power struggles among the newly damned.

      Director: Tony Randel
    Writers: Clive Barker (story), Peter Atkins (screenplay)
    Stars: Doug Bradley, Ashley Laurence, Imogen Boorman
    A Theatrical Trailer (1:25, SD) 

     In the 22nd century, a scientist attempts to right the wrong his ancestor created: the puzzle box that opens the gates of Hell and unleashes Pinhead and his Cenobite legions.
    Director: Kevin Yagher (as Alan Smithee)
    Writer: Peter Atkins
    Stars: Bruce Ramsay, Valentina Vargas, Doug Bradley 

    A shady police detective becomes embroiled in a strange world of murder, sadism and madness after being assigned a murder investigation against a madman known only as "The Engineer".
     Director: Scott Derrickson
    Writers: Clive Barker (characters), Paul Harris Boardman
    Stars: Craig Sheffer, Nicholas Turturro, James Remar

     A shady businessman attempts to piece together the details of the car crash that killed his wife and rendered him an amnesiac-- and left him in possession of a sinister puzzle box that summons monsters.
    Director: Rick Bota
    Writers: Clive Barker (characters), Carl V. Dupré (as Carl Dupre)
    Stars: Dean Winters, Ashley Laurence, Doug Bradley

     Gamers playing a MMORPG based on the "Hellraiser" franchise find their lives endangered after being invited to a rave whose host intends to show them the truth behind the Cenobite mythos.
    Director: Rick Bota
    Writers: Clive Barker (characters), Joel Soisson (story)
    Stars: Lance Henriksen, Katheryn Winnick, Christopher Jacot

    In this ninth installment of the Hellraiser franchise, two friends discover a puzzle box in Mexico, which opens a gateway to Hell. Before long, dermatological nightmare Pinhead has returned to make the lives of everyone in his way miserable.
    Director: Victor Garcia
    Writer: Gary J. Tunnicliffe
    Starring: Stephan Smith Collins, Steven Brand, Jolene Andersen, Fred Tatasciore, Nick Eversman, Tracey Fairaway 
               SPECIAL FEATURES: 
    Deleted Scenes

    Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez are two totally different teenagers who meet at a party while singing karaoke on New Year's Eve. One week later Troy goes back to his high school, East High, in New Mexico to find that Gabriella is a new student there. They quickly become close friends and accidentally audition for the school musical. After getting a callback, drama queen Sharpay Evans and her sidekick brother Ryan are furious. Then Chad, Troy's best friend and basketball teammate, and Taylor, Gabriella's new friend on the decathlon team, must find out a way to make Gabriella hate Troy.
    Director: Kenny Ortega
    Writer: Peter Barsocchini
    Stars: Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale
                         SPECIAL FEATURES:
    Get a prime spot on the red carpet for the star-studded Hollywood premiere, and join the High School Reunion where the cast reunites in an exclusive interview to share how the movie phenomenon has changed their lives. Plus, stand up and experience the Dance Along, in which Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay and Ryan give step-by-step instructions to popular dance sequences "Get'cha Head In The Game" and "We're All In This Together." Watch five hot music videos, including two specially remixed versions of your favorite songs.

    In 15th century Paris, Clopin the puppeteer tells the story of Quasimodo, the misshapen gentle-souled bell ringer of Notre Dame, who was nearly killed as a baby by Claude Frollo, the Minister of Justice. But Frollo was forced by the Archdeacon of Notre Dame to raise Quasimodo as his own. Now a young man, Quasimodo is hidden from the world by Frollo in the belltower of the cathedral. But during the Festival of Fools, Quasimodo, cheered on by his gargoyle friends Victor, Hugo, and Laverne, decides to take part in the festivities, where he meets the lively gypsy girl Esmeralda and the handsome soldier Phoebus. The three of them find themselves ranged against Frollo's cruelty and his attempts to destroy the home of the gypsies, the Court of Miracles. And Quasimodo must desperately defend both Esmeralda and the very cathedral of Notre Dame.
     Directors: Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise
    Writers: Tab Murphy (animation screenplay), Irene Mecchi (animation screenplay)
    Stars: Demi Moore, Jason Alexander, Mary Kay Bergman
                                      SPECIAL FEATURES:

    • Audio Commentary: Producer Don Hahn and directors Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale deliver an extensive, low-key overview of the production and discuss the adaptation, development and execution of the story, as well as the film's voice casting, characters, animation, songs and other key elements.
    • The Making of The Hunchback of Notre Dame (SD, 28 minutes): Jason Alexander hosts this corny but nevertheless informative DVD-era trip behind the scenes of Disney's 34th animated feature, from its place in the Disney canon to creating the characters, blending talent and technology, the music and more.
    • Multi-Language Reel (SD, 3 minutes): "A Guy Like You," around the world.
    • Sneak Peeks and Trailers (HD, 9 minutes): The Little Mermaid, Monsters University, Planes, Mulan, Return to Never Land, the next, as yet-untitled Tinker Bell movie, Super Buddies and Epic Mickey 2.

    Now that Frollo is gone, Quasimodo rings the bell with the help of his new friend and Esmeralda's and Phoebus' little son, Zephyr. But when Quasi stops by a traveling circus owned by evil magician Sarousch, he falls for Madellaine, Sarouch's assistant. But greedy Sarousch forces Madellaine to help him steal the Cathedral's most famous bell.
    Director: Bradley Raymond
    Writers: Jule Selbo (screenplay), Flip Kobler (screenplay)
    Stars: Jason Alexander, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Tom Hulce

                                     SPECIAL FEATURES:

    • Behind the Scenes (SD, 5 minutes): Jennifer Love Hewitt is highlighted in this Disney Channel promo.
    • A Gargoyle's Life (SD, 3 minutes): "It's Not Easy Being a Gargoyle" in this slapped together short.

    Lady, a golden cocker spaniel, meets up with a mongrel dog who calls himself the Tramp. He is obviously from the wrong side of town, but happenings at Lady's home make her decide to travel with him for a while. This turns out to be a bad move, as no dog is above the law. 
    Directors: Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson
    Writers: Ward Greene (story), Erdman Penner (story)
    Stars: Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, Peggy Lee
    • Introduction by Diane Miller (1.78:1; 1080p/24; 00:01:21)
    • Audio Commentary – Inside Walt’s Story Meetings
    • Second Screen Enabled Featuring “Inside Walt’s Story Meetings”
    • Backstage Disney: Diamond Edition:
      • Diane Miller: Remembering Dad (1.78:1; 1080p/24; 00:07:51) – Walt Disney’s daughter offers memories of her parents’ home and the building of Disneyland.
      • Deleted Scenes (1.78:1; 1080p/24) – These rough sketches are shown with narration and sound effects:
        • Introduction of Boris
        • Waiting for Baby
        • Dog Show
    • Music & More:
      • Never Recorded Song: “I’m Free as the Breeze,” lyrics by Ray Gilbert and Music by Eliot Daniel
    • Classic DVD Bonus Features:
      • Lady’s Pedigree: The Making of Lady and the Tramp
      • Finding Lady: The Art of the Storyboard
      • Original 1943 Storyboard Version of the Film
      • “The Siamese Cat Song”: Finding a Voice for the Cats
      • PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs
      • “Bella Notte” Music Video
      • Theatrical Trailers:
        • 1955 Original Theatrical Trailer
        • 1972 Theatrical Reissue
        • 1986 Reissue
      • Excerpts from “Disneyland” TV Shows:
        • Introduction
        • The Story of Dogs (Excerpt)
        • Promo Trailer for “The Story of Dogs”
        • Cavalcade of Song (Excerpt)
      • Deleted Scenes:
        • Introduction
        • Turning the Tables
        • Introduction
        • The Arrival of Baby
    • Discover Blu-ray 3D with Timon & Pumbaa
    • DVD — Standard DVD of the Lady and the Tramp: Diamond Edition

    The usually provocative Neil LaBute reigns in his more eccentric tendencies for this straightforward domestic thriller. Then again, LaBute, who divides his time between cinema and theater, didn't write the material. The bad vibes begin when Chris (Patrick Wilson) and Lisa Mattson (Kerry Washington) move in next door to widowed cop Abel Turner (Samuel L. Jackson, as nasty as Aaron Eckhart in LaBute's In the Company of Men). A strict father of two, Turner works in a diverse unit (Jay Hernandez plays his partner), but takes less kindly to interracial relationships. From the start, he makes the Mattsons uncomfortable with inappropriate remarks and unwarranted intrusions, like the security light trained on their bedroom, under the guise of self-appointed neighborhood guardian. Initially, Turner's actions exacerbate the tensions between the seemingly happy pair--Lisa wants to start a family, Chris wants to wait--until they realize they'll have to work together to protect themselves from their troubled neighbor. And since he's a member of the LAPD, Turner's colleagues have his back, despite the break-ins and flat tires bedeviling the Mattsons. When they make it clear they intend to stay, Turner takes his harassment campaign to the next level. The A-list cast does what they can, but the B-movie script from Howard Korder and Passenger 57's David Loughery, offers few surprises--at least to those who've seen Fatal Attraction and The Hand That Rocks the Cradle--and LaBute's by-the-books direction lacks its usual bite.
    Director: Neil LaBute
    Writers: David Loughery (screenplay), Howard Korder (screenplay)
    Stars: Samuel L. Jackson, Patrick Wilson, Kerry Washington
                                 SPECIAL FEATURES:

    • Audio Commentary: Director Neil LaBute and actress Kerry Washington sit down for a focused chat about the script, the casting process, the production, and the film's eventual reception. While Washington's presence mainly serves to remind listeners that Jackson and Wilson are nowhere to be found, LaBute keeps things interesting and informative, revealing almost anything fans would want to know about the film and its development.
    • Production Featurettes (HD, 19 minutes): A trio of truncated mini-docs dig into LaBute's Casting choices, The Story, and the overall Production. Superficial and short, you won't find any mind-blowing revelations or amusing anecdotes here.
    • Deleted Scenes (HD, 14 minutes): This collection of eight scenes with optional director's commentary is decent, but doesn't inject much into the story that wasn't already covered in the final cut of the film.
    • BD-Live Functionality 

    MAGIC MIKE XXL (2015) 115m (WS) TRAILER

     Three years after Mike bowed out of the stripper life at the top of his game, he and the remaining Kings of Tampa hit the road to Myrtle Beach to put on one last blow-out performance.

    Director: Gregory Jacobs
    Writers: Reid Carolin, Channing Tatum
    Starring: Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer,
    Joe Manganiello, Amber Heard, Elizabeth Banks, Jada Pinkett Smith


    • "The Moves of 'Magic Mike XXL'" (8:35, HD) discusses the many dancing moods of the movie with choreographer Alison Faulk and assistant choreographer Teresa Espinosa, who worked intimately with the cast to perfect routines that felt fresh for the sequel and thematically tied to characterization. Rehearsal footage is included, along with on-set visits to capture the vibe of the room. Interviews with cast and crew fill out the featurette.
    • "Extended Malik Dance Scene" (3:42, HD) re-enters Rome's palace of sin to showcase a little extra bumping and grinding in front of screaming women.
    • "Georgia" (2:09, HD) returns to the cast and crew, who extol the virtues of working in the state, which acted as home base for most sequences. It's a brief, celebratory featurette, but it does offer a little time with Steven Soderbergh (making a rare on-camera appearance), who discusses his history with Georgia and his appreciation for the local film commission.
    A Theatrical Trailer has not been included.

    Murderer. Dream Demon. The bastard son of a hundred maniacs. Any way you slice it, there can only be one man - one monster - who epitomizes those words: Freddy Krueger. For decades, he has slashed his way through the dreams of countless youngsters and shows no signs of ever resting in peace. A Nightmare on Elm Street star Heather Langenkamp is your dream guide in this thrilling "shockumentary" that takes you deeper into Freddy's realm than ever before, featuring exciting clips, never-before-seen photos, behind-the-scenes footage, conceptual art, publicity materials and exclusive new interviews with over 100 key cast and crew from every Nightmare, including Wes Craven, Robert Englund, Heather Langenkamp, Jack Sholder, Mark Patton, Kim Myers, Chuck Russell, Jennifer Rubin, Renny Harlin, Lisa Wilcox, Tuesday Knight, Stephen Hopkins, Kelly Jo Minter, Rachel Talalay, Lisa Zane, Alice Cooper, Patrick Lussier, Miko Hughes, Monica Keena, Brendan Fletcher, Ronny Yu and many more. So get ready for Freddy in the definitive account of modern cinema's eternal bogeyman and what has been called the most frightening and imaginative horror franchise in motion picture history! 

  • Extended Interviews
  • First Look: Heather Langenkamp's ""I Am Nancy""
  • For the Love of the Glove
  • Fred Heads: The Ultimate Freddy Fans
  • Horror's Hallowed Grounds: Return to Elm Street
  • Freddy vs. The Angry Video Game Nerd
  • Expanding the Video Game Universe: Freddy in Comic Books and Novels
  • The Music of the Nightmare: Conversations with Composers and Songwriter
  • Elm Street's Poster Boy: The Art of Matthew Joseph Peak
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street in 10 Minutes
  • Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy Teaser Trailer

  •  LOVE & OTHER DRUGS (2010) 112m (WS)  TRAILER
    Maggie (Hathaway) is an alluring free spirit who won't let anyone - or anything - tie her down. But she meets her match in Jamie (Gyllenhaal), whose relentless and nearly infallible charm serve him well with the ladies and in the cutthroat world of pharmaceutical sales. Maggie and Jamie's evolving relationship takes them both by surprise, as they find themselves under the influence of the ultimate drug: love.
    Director: Edward Zwick
    Writers: Charles Randolph (screenplay), Edward Zwick (screenplay)
    Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, Judy Greer

                                                       SPECIAL FEATURES:
              Deleted Scenes (1080p, 7:31)
    • Love & Other Drugs: An Actor's Discussion (1080p, 8:00): Gyllenhaal and Hathaway discuss the process of working together. Director Edward Zwick and the film's writers also show up to say a few words.
    • Beautifully Complex: Anne Hathaway is Maggie (1080p, 2:57): Hathaway dissects her character.
    • Reformed Womanizer: Jake Gyllenhaal is Jamie (1080p, 3:34): Likewise, Gyllenhaal parses his character's psychology.
    • Selling Love & Other Drugs (1080p, 3:10): A quick featurette about Jamie Reidy, the real life pharmaceutical rep whose memoir inspired the film.
    • Theatrical Trailer (1080p, 2:25)
    • BD-Live Exclusive: Jake's Favorite Scene (720p, 1:01) 
     Several people are hunted by a cruel serial killer who kills his victims in their dreams. When the survivors are trying to find the reason for being chosen, the murderer won't lose any chance to kill them as soon as they fall asleep.
    Director: Wes Craven
    Writer: Wes Craven
    Stars: Heather Langenkamp, Johnny Depp, Robert Englund

                                SPECIAL FEATURES:
     New Line's Blu-ray release of A Nightmare on Elm Street scares up a large collection of informative and worthwhile bonus materials, the package headlined by a pair of audio commentary tracks. The first, labeled as a "filmmakers' commentary," features Writer/Director Wes Craven, Actors Heather Langenkamp and John Saxon, and Cinematographer Jacques Haitkin. For a track with four participants, it flows nicely and never comes across as goofy, unfocused, or jumbled as often is the case with tracks containing more than one or two participants. There's plenty of discussions about the film's origins and story as well as several conversations revolving around the shoot and look of the film. The actors share more anecdotal stories from the shoot while the crew members cover more substantial elements. All in all, this is a quality, well-balanced track that's neither too technical nor too meandering.

    The second track, dubbed the "Cast & Crew Commentary," features a plethora of participants, including Writer/Director Wes Craven; New Line Cinema founder Robert Shaye; Actors Robert Englund, Heather Langenkamp, Amanda Wyss, and Ronee Blakley; Producers Sara Risher and John Burrows; Cinematographer Jacques Haitkin; Composer Charles Bernstein; Editors Rick Shaine and Patrick McMahon; Mechanical Special Effects Designer Jim Doyle; Special Makeup Effects Artist David B. Miller; and Film Historian David Del Valle. Whew. No surprise, this isn't one huge cast and crew reunion commentary; its participants are recorded individually and edited together for content and flow, and are introduced audibly by name and title as they speak. Though not a traditional commentary that allows for back-and-forth banter, fans will be thrilled at the wealth of information to be heard here from a fantastic cross-section of participants. This is a must-listen for A Nightmare on Elm Street fans.

    Behind the Story is a collection of four larger supplements grouped under one heading. Focus Points is a feature that allows viewers to, when prompted, click an icon to be taken to various behind-the-scenes segments, some of which are simply culled from other supplements found around the disc. Never Sleep Again (1080i, 49:54) proves an exceptional making-of documentary that cover a broad swath of Nightmare information, looking at the background of Writer/Director Wes Craven and his previous work in the film industry before A Nightmare on Elm Street, the creation and design of Freddy Krueger, the process of selling the story to New Line's Robert Shaye, casting the parts, the challenges of the shoot, the process of creating and applying the Freddy Krueger makeup, prop design, special effects creation, Englund's performance, the prodigious amount of blood in the film, the extensive stunt work, the various endings, the editing and scoring processes, and the film's release and legacy. Next is The House That Freddy Built (1080i, 22:47), a solid piece that looks at A Nightmare on Elm Street's impact on both the Horror genre and New Line Cinema, along with a solid overview of the various films in the Nightmare franchise, the legacy of the series, and New Line's Horror films that followed. Also available is Fact Track, a pop-up trivia track that offers various information about the film, the cast, the crew, and more. Rounding out the extras from the Behind the Story tab is Night Terrors (1080i, 15:58), a piece that features a host of professionals discussing the world of dreams. Also included are three alternate endings, each presented in 1080p high definition: Scary Ending (1:39), Happy Ending (1:31), and Freddy Ending (1:46).
     The Grady family, including their teenage son Jesse, moves into a house on Elm Street which has been vacant for some time. Hardly surprising, since it was the same house in which the first Nightmare on Elm Street took place. Ron starts having strange nightmares and finds that Freddy Kruger is using him to commit terrible deeds. It is up to his girlfriend to find some way of stopping Freddy.
    Director: Jack Sholder
    Writer: David Chaskin
    Starring: Robert Englund, Mark Patton, Kim Myers, Marshall Bell, Robert Rusler, Clu Gulager (I)  
                SPECIAL FEATURES:

     The third Nightmare continues Freddy's story with the sole survivor of the first movie, Nancy Thompson. Nancy has just accepted a position as a research scientist at a psychiatric institution near the fated house on Elm Street and is working with a group of children who all share nightmares of Freddy. She discovers that one of the children (Kristen) has a special gift which may help them destroy Freddy forever.
    Director: Chuck Russell
    Writers: Wes Craven, Frank Darabont, Chuck Russell, Bruce Wagner
    Starring: Robert Englund, Heather Langenkamp, Craig Wasson, Patricia Arquette, John Saxon, Laurence Fishburne

    Freddy Krueger returns once again to terrorize the dreams of the remaining Dream Warriors, as well as those of a young woman who may know the way to defeat him for good.
    Director: Renny Harlin
    Writers: Wes Craven (character), William Kotzwinkle (story)
    Stars: Robert Englund, Rodney Eastman, Lisa Wilcox
                                       SPECIAL FEATURES: 
    • Krueger, Freddy Krueger (SD, 8:16): New Line Theatrical Distribution President Al Shapiro discusses series history and the fourth film's success. Director Renny Harlin, Producer Robert Shaye, Producer Rachel Talalay, and Screenwriter Ken Wheat speak on hiring Harlin, the writers strike's impact on the film, and molding Freddy into an antihero-type of character.
    • Hopeless Chest (SD, 3:45): Special Effects Artist John Carl Buechler discusses his involvement with Renny Harlin's Prison and his creation of this film's famous pizza. Actor Robert Englund and Special Effects Artist Steve Johnson speak on another of the film's famous visuals, with some good behind the scenes footage.
    • Let's Makeup (SD, 2:20): Make-Up Artist Howard Berger discusses the film's fan base and applying the Freddy makeup.
    • The Finnish Line (SD, 2:27): Director Renny Harlin discusses the film's test screening and premiere.
    • Theatrical Trailer (HD, 1:29). 
     Alice, having survived the previous installment of the Nightmare series, finds the deadly dreams of Freddy Krueger starting once again. This time, the taunting murderer is striking through the sleeping mind of Alice's unborn child. His intention is to be "born again" into the real world. The only one who can stop Freddy is his dead mother, but can Alice free her spirit in time to save her own son? 
     Director: Stephen Hopkins
    Writers: Wes Craven (characters), John Skipp (story)
    Stars: Robert Englund, Lisa Wilcox, Kelly Jo Minter
                                  SPECIAL FEATURES:
    Behind the Story (SD): A multi-part feature that examines the film in detail. First is Womb Raiders (6:23), a look at project origins, plot themes and ideas, series imagery, and the film's general direction. The Sticky Floor (5:45) focuses on the cutting-edge of visual effects in the film and the general Hollywood landscape at the time of shooting. Take the Stairs (0:56) examines one of the film's important elements. Hopkins Directs (0:35) shows the director working with Robert Englund on-set. Finally, A Slight Miscalculation (1:26) looks at differences in this film compared to the others.
    • Music Videos (SD): Are you Ready For Freddy? by Fat Boys (5:31) and Anyway I Gotta Swing It by Whodini (3:25).
    • Theatrical Trailer (HD, 0:45). 
     Freddy Krueger returns once again to haunt both the dreams of his daughter and Springwood's last surviving teenager.
    Director: Rachel Talalay
    Writers: Wes Craven (characters), Rachel Talalay (story)
    Stars: Robert Englund, Lisa Zane, Shon Greenblatt
                                   SPECIAL FEATURES:
    • Rachel's Dream (SD, 2:48): A short look at Rachel Talalay's direction and this film's inspirations from Carnival of Souls and TV's Twin Peaks.
    • 3D Demise (SD, 2:18): A look at the limitations of Talalay's filmmaking style mixed with shooting in 3D.
    • 86'D (SD, 1:40): Bob Shaye talks about stretching the franchise a little thin.
    • Hellraiser (SD, 0:39): Director Clive Barker (Hellraiser) discusses the challenges of making so many Horror franchise films.
    • Theatrical Trailer (HD, 2:13). 

      A demonic force has chosen Freddy Krueger as its portal to the real world. Can Heather play the part of Nancy one last time and trap the evil trying to enter our world?
    Director: Wes Craven
    Writers: Wes Craven (characters), Wes Craven
    Stars: Heather Langenkamp, Robert Englund, Jeff Davis
                           SPECIAL FEATURES:
    • Audio Commentary: Director Wes Craven delivers a pleasing, well-spoken commentary. He offers a very nice blend of insights, including the picture's story and themes, Freddy's redesign, anecdotes from the shoot, the cast and characters, shooting locales, technical details of the shoot, and plenty more. While the overriding themes of the track are rather standard, Craven injects a flair, authenticity, and passion into the track that makes it stand out above many others. A must-listen.
    • Becoming a Filmmaker (SD, 7:53): Wes Craven speaks on his background, career path, and breaking into film.
    • An Instant Troupe (SD, 0:51): Craven briefly discusses the first step in Horror filmmaking.
    • Two Worlds (SD, 2:04): Wes Craven speaks on the premise for the film and his response to the questions about the Horror movie landscape.
    • The Problem with Sequels (SD, 1:35): Wes Craven shares his thoughts on joining this project and the problems with Horror sequels.
    • Filmmaker (SD, 4:37): Craven speaks on what it means to him to be a "filmmaker."
    • Theatrical Trailer (HD, 2:40).

    A re-imagining of the horror icon Freddy Krueger, a serial-killer who wields a glove with four blades embedded in the fingers and kills people in their dreams, resulting in their real death in reality.
    Director: Samuel Bayer
    Writers: Wesley Strick (screenplay), Eric Heisserer (screenplay)
    Stars: Jackie Earle Haley, Rooney Mara, Kyle Gallner

    Focus Points: Makeup Makes the Character (3:34), Micronaps (2:38), The Hat (2:31), Practical Fire (2:32), The Sweater (2:20), The Glove (2:24), and The Victims (3:51)
    Freddy Krueger Reborn (13:54)
    Alternate opening
    Deleted scene
    Alternate ending

    PETER PAN (1953) 77m  TRAILER
    An adaptation of J. M. Barrie's story about a boy who never grew up. The three children of the Darling family receive a visit from Peter Pan, who takes them to Never Land, where an ongoing war between Peter's gang of rag-tag runaways and the evil Pirate Captain Hook is taking place.

    Directors: Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson
    Writers: Ted Sears (story), Erdman Penner (story)
    Stars: Bobby Driscoll, Kathryn Beaumont, Hans Conried

    A research team finds a mysterious cylinder in a deserted church. If opened, it could mean the end of the world.
    Director: John Carpenter
    Writer: John Carpenter
    Stars: Donald Pleasence, Lisa Blount, Jameson Parker

    Sympathy for the Devil: An Interview with John Carpenter
    Alice at the Apocalypse: An Interview with Alice Cooper
    The Messenger: All New Interview with Actor and Special Visual Effects Supervisor Robert Grasmere
    Hell On Earth: A Look at the Film's Score with Co-Composer Alan Howarth
    Alternate Opening from TV Version
    Horror's Hallowed Ground
    Trailer and Radio Spots
    Still Gallery
    Prince of Darkness 25th Anniversary Screening - Q&A from 2012's Screamfest. This is an "easter egg" but isn't too hard to find.
    Audio Commentary with John Carpenter

    PUNISHER (2004) 123m TRAILER
    The Punisher walks through the world we all know, a world darkened by war, crime, cruelty and injustice. He has no superpowers to battle the evil he sees - only his fierce intelligence, his years of combat experience, and above all, his iron determination to avenge those wronged by society's villains.
     Director: Jonathan Hensleigh
    Writers: Jonathan Hensleigh, Michael France
    Stars: Thomas Jane, John Travolta, Samantha Mathis

    Waging his one-man war on the world of organized crime, ruthless vigilante-hero Frank Castle sets his sights on overeager mob boss, Billy Russoti. After Russoti is left horribly disfigured by Castle, he sets out for vengeance under his new alias: Jigsaw. With the "Punisher Task Force" hot on his trail and the FBI unable to take Jigsaw in, Frank must stand up to the formidable army that Jigsaw has recruited before more of his evil deeds go unpunished.
    Director: Lexi Alexander
    Writers: Nick Santora, Art Marcum
    Stars: Ray Stevenson, Dominic West, Julie Benz


    ROBOCOP (1987) 103m (WS) Unrated Directors Cut  TRAILER
    Detroit - in the future - is crime-ridden, and run by a massive company. The company have developed a huge crime-fighting robot, which unfortunately develops a rather dangerous glitch. The company sees a way to get back in favour with the public when a cop called Alex Murphy is killed by a street gang. Murphy's body is reconstructed within a steel shell and named Robocop. The Robocop is very successful against criminals, and becomes a target of supervillian Boddicker. 
     Director: Paul Verhoeven
    Writers: Edward Neumeier, Michael Miner
    Stars: Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Dan O'Herlihy

    ROBOCOP 2 (1990) 82m (WS)  TRAILER
    After a successful deployment of the Robocop Law Enforcement unit, OCP sees its goal of urban pacification come closer and closer. But as this develops, a new narcotic known as "Nuke" invades the streets led by God-delirious leader Kane. As this menace grows, it may prove to be too much for Murphy to handle. OCP tries to replicate the success of the first unit, but ends up with failed prototypes with suicidal issues... until Dr. Faxx, a scientist straying away from OCP's path uses Kane as the new subject for the Robocop 2 project, a living God.
    Director: Irvin Kershner
    Writers: Edward Neumeier (characters), Michael Miner (characters)
    Stars: Peter Weller, Belinda Bauer, John Glover

    ROBOCOP 3 (1993) 103m (WS)  TRAILER
    The mega corporation Omni Consumer Products is still bent on creating their pet project, Delta City, to replace the rotting city of Detroit. Unfortunately, the inhabitants of the area have no intention of abandoning their homes simply for desires of the company. To this end, OCP have decided to force them to leave by employing a ruthless mercenary army to attack and harass them. An underground resistance begins and in this fight, Robocop must decide where his loyalties lie.
    Director: Fred Dekker
    Writers: Edward Neumeier (characters), Michael Miner (characters)
    Stars: Nancy Allen, Robert John Burke, Mario Machado

    Young FBI agent Clarice Starling is assigned to help find a missing woman to save her from a psychopathic serial killer who skins his victims. Clarice attempts to gain a better insight into the twisted mind of the killer by talking to another psychopath Hannibal Lecter, who used to be a respected psychiatrist. FBI agent Jack Crawford believes that Lecter, who is also a very powerful and clever mind manipulator, has the answers to their questions and can help locate the killer. However, Clarice must first gain Lecter's confidence before the inmate will give away any information.

    Director: Jonathan Demme
    Writers: Thomas Harris (novel), Ted Tally (screenplay)
    Stars: Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins, Lawrence A. Bonney

    SPIRIT, THE (2008) 103m (WS)  TRAILER
     Down these mean streets a man must come. A hero born, murdered, and born again. When a Rookie cop named Denny Colt returns from the beyond as The Spirit, a hero whose mission is to fight against the bad forces from the shadows of Central City. The Octopus who kills anyone unfortunate enough to see his face who has other plans. He's going to wipe out the entire city. The Spirit tracks this cold hearted killer from the city's rundown warehouses, to the damp catacombs, to the windswept waterfront all the while facing a bevy of beautiful women who either want to seduce, love or kill the masked crusader.

    Director: Frank Miller
    Writers: Frank Miller (screenplay), Will Eisner (comic book series)
    Stars: Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson

     TERROR TRAIN (1980) 97m (WS) TRAILER
    A fraternity masquerade party aboard a chartered train turns deadly when a psychotic classmate sets out for murderous revenge.
    Director: Roger Spottiswoode
    Writer: T.Y. Drake
    Stars: Ben Johnson, Jamie Lee Curtis, Hart Bochner 
    Destination Death: An Interview with Producer Daniel Grodnik.
    Riding the Rails : An Interview with Production Executive Don Carmody.
    All Aboard! : An Interview with Production Designer Glenn Bydwell.
    Music for Murder : An Interview with Composer John Mills-Cockell.
    TV Spot
    Still Gallery: Poster images and photographs from the shoot.
    Terror Train Trailer
    Reversible Cover Art
    DVD Copy

     THAT THING YOU DO! (1996) 148m (WS) Extended & Theatrical Versions TRAILER
    A Pennsylvania band scores a hit in 1964 and rides the star-making machinery as long as it can, with lots of help from its manager.
    Director: Tom Hanks
    Writer: Tom Hanks
    Stars: Tom Hanks, Liv Tyler, Charlize Theron

    "Feel Alright" Music Video
    The Wonders! Big In Japan!
    The Story of The Wonders
    Making of That Thing You Do
    That Thing You Do Reunion
    HBO First Look: The Making of That Thing You Do