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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Pierce Brosnan Joins Dave Bautista in Scott Mann's "Final Score"



PIERCE BROSNAN JOINS DAVE BAUTISTA IN SCOTT MANN’S “FINAL SCORE”

Principal Photography on the Action Thriller to Begin on August 8th with Highland Film Group handling Global Sales


LONDON / LOS ANGELES (July 26, 2016) – Highland Film Group (HFG) announced today that two-time Golden Globe Nominee Pierce Brosnan (No Escape, Tomorrow Never Dies) will star in Scott Mann’s Final Score, alongside Dave Bautista (Spectre, Guardians of the Galaxy), Alexandra Dinu (Red Valentine, Island) and Julian Cheung (The Grandmaster).  Signature Entertainment’s Marc Goldberg is producing the action-packed thriller alongside The Fyzz Facility’s Robert Jones, James Harris, Mark Lane, and Wayne Marc Godfrey. Babak Eftekhari will co-produce. HFG’s Arianne Fraser and Delphine Perrier will handle global sales and serve as executive producers alongside Mark Canton, Courtney Solomon, Zac Adler and David Sullivan. The Gersh Agency is co-representing U.S. rights.  Principal Photography is set to commence on August 8th in London.

Penned by The Brothers Lynch and Jonathan Frank, Final Score takes place at a major sporting event, during which the stadium is seized by a group of heavily armed criminals demanding ransom.  An ex-soldier must use all his military skills to save the 35,000 capacity crowd, one of which is the daughter of his fallen comrade.

“Final Score may be set in London but truly it’s a story that’s relatable the world over,” said The Fyzz Facility’s Robert Jones. “Scott Mann’s vision has scale, white knuckle tension, humor and heart.  We’re thrilled that the concept and screenplay has attracted such an exciting cast in Dave Bautista, Pierce Brosnan and Julian Cheung, and firmly believe that this will be a standout in 2017’s movie release calendar."

The main shooting location for Final Score will be at the world renowned Upton Park Stadium a famous London landmark that has been the home of Premier League soccer club West Ham United for over 100 years. West Ham United will be relocating to Olympic Stadium in East London next season. The venue will be handed over to a British property developer following production.

Brosnan recently completed production on Martin Campbell's The Foreigner co-starring Jackie Chan and produced by The Fyzz Facility’s Wayne Marc Godfrey. This fall, Brosnan will star in Across the River and into the Trees based on Ernest Hemingway’s classic novel of the same name, which will also be directed by Campbell. Brosnan is currently filming AMC’s new drama series “The Son,” based on the Philipp Meyer novel about the rise and fall of a Texas oil family. Last year, Brosnan starred in the soon-to-be released thriller I.T., produced by his production company, Irish DreamTime, alongside Voltage Pictures and Friendly Films. Most recently, Brosnan also co-starred in the thriller No Escape alongside Owen Wilson and Lake Bell and Survivor with Milla Jovovich for director James McTeigue.

Bautista was previously seen in Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy; Columbia Pictures’ Spectre starring Daniel Craig, and most recently wrapped production on Matthias Hoene’s Warrior’s Gate for EuropaCorp.  Bautista will next be seen in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy 2 alongside Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana and the Untitled Blade Runner Project alongside Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, and Robin Wright, both are dated for 2017.  Bautista is a six-time WWE world champion, winning the World Heavyweight Championship four times and the WWE Championship twice.

Brosnan is represented by CAA, Bautista by The Gersh Agency, and Cheung by Raymond Man.

Highland Film Group recently wrapped principal photography on Vaughn Stein’s anticipated noir thriller, Terminal, starring Margot Robbie, Simon Pegg, Max Irons, Dexter Fletcher and Mike Myers. The Highland Film Group slate includes: Jon Avnet’s Three Christs starring Richard Gere, Julianna Margulies, Peter Dinklage, Walton Goggins and Bradley Whitford;; Lin Oeding’s thriller Braven starring Jason Momoa; Kevin Connolly’s Gotti starring John Travolta; Steven C. Miller’s Southern Fury with Nicolas Cage and Marauders starring Bruce Willis; the Brewer Brothers’ The Trust starring Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood; and Osgood Perkins' The Blackcoat’s Daughter starring Emma Roberts, which had its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival, where it was acquired by A24.

ABOUT HIGHLAND FILM GROUP
Highland Film Group (HFG) was started in 2010 by Arianne Fraser, who partnered with Delphine Perrier in 2012 to form an independent worldwide sales, production and film financing company. HFG provides financing through a combination of pre-sales to help cover senior and subordinated debt, gap, tax credit, and facilitates capital for mezzanine and equity financing.

ABOUT THE FYZZ FACILITY
Established in 2010 by Wayne Marc Godfrey (“The Foreigner”) and Robert Jones (“The Usual Suspects”, “Dirty Pretty Things”, “Babylon”) The Fyzz Facility is a prolific film production and financing company that has invested over $95m into 115 feature films over the last six years. With an aggregate production spend in excess of a billion USD, company credits include Scorsese's SILENCE starring Liam Neeson, THE YELLOW BIRDS starring Jennifer Aniston, Jack Huston and Alden Ehrenreich, Stephen Fingleton’s BAFTA nominated THE SURVIVALIST and THE FOREIGNER directed by Martin Campbell and starring Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan.

ABOUT SIGNATURE ENTERTAINMENT
Signature Entertainment is the leading Independent Film Distributor in the UK. Founded in 2011 by Marc Goldberg, Signature has now released over 400 films across theatrical and all home entertainment Platforms. Signature’s upcoming impressive slate includes Imperium starring Daniel Radcliffe, Operation Chromite featuring Liam Nesson, The Hatton Garden Job starring Matthew Goode and Joely Richardson and The Titan starring Sam Worthington and Taylor Schilling.



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Sunday, July 24, 2016

HOODLUM -- DVD Review by Porfle



There's a certain number of kick-ass gangster flicks that I can depend on to deliver solid shoot-em-up action, thrills, and drama whenever I'm in the mood for that sort of thing. These include the GODFATHER trilogy, SCARFACE (both versions), GOODFELLAS, DILLINGER, HEAT, and a few precious other classic flicks of that nature.  Now, joining the ranks of those dependable sources of gangster goodness is actor Bill Duke's sixth directorial effort, HOODLUM (1997, Olive Films).

The venerable Duke (PREDATOR, PAYBACK) helmed such films as A RAGE IN HARLEM and SISTER ACT 2 as a lead-up to this explosive tale of small-time Harlem hood Bumpy Johnson (Laurence Fishburne, THE MATRIX, APOCALYPSE NOW), who gets paroled from Sing Sing in the 30s only to get mixed up in a war between his old friend "Queen" Stephanie St. Clair (a regal Cicely Tyson) and notorious gang boss Dutch Schultz (Tim Roth) over who gets to dominate the numbers racket in Harlem. 

With Queen's arrest Bumpy is put in charge of her business, which he runs in a much more ruthless fashion against her wishes.  This leads to a succession of action-packed, bullet-riddled setpieces with the black hoodlums battling Schultz's gunmen in the streets and leaving a trail of bodies in their wake.  Duke knows how to stage this kind of action and the results are powerful.


In addition to such visceral thrills, however, is a truly interesting battle of wills between not only Bumpy and Dutch but also Mafia bigwig "Lucky" Luciano, played with his usual panache by Andy Garcia ("Vincent Corleone" in GODFATHER PART 3).

With these cunning businessmen plotting against each other, and Schultz's impulsive, borderline-insane antics adding an element of unpredictability to every encounter, the chess-like strategies of the three competitors in crime generate as much interest as the violence.

Fishburne is a strong presence as Bumpy Johnson, who begins the film as the default "good guy" since he's opposing the loathsome Schultz (Tim Roth of PULP FICTION and RESERVOIR DOGS has a field day in the role) but gradually lets his ruthlessness turn him into a coldblooded killer, dashing the hopes of his beautiful social-worker girlfriend Francine (Vanessa Williams in one of her best roles) of reforming him.


Also suffering the eventual fallout of their increasingly toxic relationship with Bumpy Johnson are his loyal best friend Illinois (Chi McBride) and Illy's beloved girlfriend "Pigfoot" Mary (Loretta Devine), along with various other colorful gang associates and adversaries.  William Atherton (GHOSTBUSTERS) as a D.A. on Luciano's payroll and "Man in a Suitcase" star Richard Bradford (playing another crooked cop as he did in THE UNTOUCHABLES) also add their talents to the mix.

One of the film's biggest assets is Clarence Williams III as Schultz' right-hand man, "Bub" Hewlett, a black gangster who suffers constant indignities from his blatantly racist boss as well as being a pariah among his own people.  Williams, whom I've always liked ever since his days as the soulful hippie-cop "Linc Hayes" on TV's "The Mod Squad", brings his own unique intensity to the role and makes "Bub" one of the film's most interesting and conflicted characters. 

Period ambience is strong, with rich production values shot through with that familiar golden-hued visual nostalgia so prominent in similar historical pieces since the 70s.  Old-time Harlem is well reproduced as are such locations as the fabled Cotton Club.  Supporting players are good, including Queen Latifah, Mike and Beau Starr as a couple of hulking, pickaxe-wielding hitmen, and Ed O'Ross as one of Schultz' not-so-bright toadies.


The only drawbacks for me are a not-quite-satisfying ending, a tendency toward sudden melodrama at times, and, worst of all, a surprisingly overpowering and ill-conceived musical score by music maestro Elmer Bernstein (THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN, THE GREAT ESCAPE).  In fact, it seemed to me that the film as a whole would've been twice as effective without any music at all save for the period songs. 

The DVD from Olive Films is in 1.85:1 widescreen with Dolby sound and subtitles in English.  The sole extra is the film's trailer. 

While not quite on the same level as those classic gangster pictures that I mentioned before, HOODLUM would be right at home among them as part of a gangland-themed movie marathon.  If my experience is any indication, fans of this kind of entertainment aren't likely to be disappointed.

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Saturday, July 23, 2016

THE RATINGS GAME -- DVD Review by Porfle



The best reason to watch the Showtime original movie THE RATINGS GAME (1984, Olive Films), which is directed by and starring Danny DeVito and his wife Rhea Perlman, is if you have a really big nostalgia jones for the 80s, and specifically bad 80s television.  Because not only does this film spoof bad 80s television, it IS bad 80s television.

DeVito plays feisty New Jersey trucking magnate Vic De Salvo, who has just set up shop in Hollywood so that he can realize his dream of pawning one of his awful TV show ideas off on some gullible producer. 

When evil MBC network programmer Parker Braithwaite (Gerrit Graham) fires one of his longtime executives, the spurned employee gets revenge on his way out by putting Vic's terrible pilot script for a smutty "Three's Company"-style sitcom called "Sittin' Pretty" into production. 


Meanwhile, Vic's budding romance with Francine Kester (Rhea Perlman), who works for a Nielsen-like network ratings service, yields big-time rewards when he persuades her to use her position to make sure "Sittin' Pretty" gets monster ratings. 

Vic does his part by getting 200 families whose TV choices are monitored to disappear for several weeks by basically kidnapping them onto a fake sea cruise, then hiring a bunch of goombas to break into their houses and watch his programs on their TVs. 

This premise sounds promising, but THE RATINGS GAME seems off in every department.  Not only is the script by Jim Mulholland and Michael Barrie, who gave us AMAZON WOMEN ON THE MOON, about as bland as anything I've ever seen, but the leaden direction and performances--not to mention an awkward musical score--fail to inject much life into it.


Hard to believe this is the same DeVito who would go on to direct the biting WAR OF THE ROSES and the raucous THROW MOMMA FROM THE TRAIN.  Despite his endless mugging, sequences such as the taping of his sitcom pilot before a live audience and the chaos that erupts during a climactic TV awards show where he's chased down by the police for fraud just seem to sit there.   

Even the chemistry between Danny and real-life wife Rhea Perlman is lacking.  The rest of the cast are unable to overcome the dull script, especially less comedy-savvy players such as Joe Santos (THE LAST BOY SCOUT) and Frank Sivero (GOODFELLAS), while venerable stars Kevin McCarthy, Barry Corbin, and Ronny Graham manage to add some zing to their scenes.  Vincent Schiavelli, bless his heart, is required to queen it up as the resident unfunny gay stereotype.

The movie comes to life when DeVito stages some wickedly funny mock promos for upcoming fall season premieres including some of the really bad shows that Vic has conned the network into green-lighting.  There's also some "spot the familiar face" fun with cameos from Bowery Boys alumnus Huntz Hall, Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows, George Wendt, Randi Brooks, Schiavelli's wife Allyce Beasley ("Moonlighting"), Jason Hervey, Lainie Kazan (in a deleted scene), Army Archerd, John Megna (TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD's "Dill"), Michael Richards, and, very briefly, a pre-stardom Jerry Seinfeld. 


The DVD from Olive Films is in 1.33:1 widescreen with 2.0 sound and subtitles in English.  Extras consist of a making-of featurette, deleted scenes, a Showtime trailer, and a collection of four short films directed by Danny DeVito.  Also included is a terrific 28-page collector's booklet with liner notes and art from the film. 

THE RATINGS GAME appears to have amassed a generous amount of glowing reviews from reputable publications, including some genuine raves.  So clearly my less-than-enthusiastic reaction to it should hardly be taken as the final word on the subject.  I only wish that I'd enjoyed watching it as much as Danny DeVito seems to have enjoyed making it.

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"BLAIR WITCH" Is Hiding In "THE WOODS"



BLAIR WITCH Is Hiding In THE WOODS
In Theaters September 16th


BLAIR WITCH Director Adam Wingard, Screenwriter Simon Barrett, Producer Keith Calder, and Producer Jess Calder completed a Q+A at a Fan Screening at San Diego Comic-Con Friday night. 

During the screening, THE WOODS' identity in theater and online was revealed to be BLAIR WITCH, a sequel to the global phenomenon THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT.

BLAIR WITCH opens in theaters on September 16, 2016.






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Friday, July 22, 2016

"PITCHFORK" -- New Slasher Cuts Deep With New Teaser and Art



Pioneer Motion Pictures Debuts New Teaser for "Pitchfork"
Emmy Nominee Glenn Douglas Packard
Makes Directorial Debut With New Slasher Film

   
Los Angeles, CA - Pioneer Motion Pictures has unleashed a new teaser and poster for the new slasher film Pitchfork.  The first film from Emmy-nominated choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard, Pitchfork kicks off a new franchise of horror, sending a broken and misshapen beast on a rampage fueled by secrets and betrayal.

Co-written by Packard and executive producer Darryl F. Gariglio, Pitchfork presents a new monster for the ages, joining the pantheon that has terrified audiences for decades as mutilated bodies pile up in their wake.  Daniel Wilkinson stars as the titular Pitchfork, joined by Brian Raetz, Lindsey Nicole, Ryan Moore, Celina Beach, Keith Webb, Sheila Leason, Nicole Dambro and Vibhu Raghave.


Having recently shared a life-changing secret with his family, Hunter recruits his friends to come with him from New York to the farm where he grew up as he faces his parents for the first time.  As the college students enjoy the fresh air of Michigan farm country, an older, more dangerous secret slowly emerges.  While Hunter navigates a new place within his conservative family, a vicious creature from their past descends on the farm, putting the unsuspecting city kids in mortal danger.




Pitchfork will world premiere in 2016.


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"SAUSAGE PARTY" New Red Band Trailer



Sausage Party, the first R-rated CG animated movie
Release: 08/12/2016


One sausage leading a group of supermarket products on a quest to discover the truth about their existence and what really happens when they become chosen to leave the grocery store.

The film features the vocal talents of a who’s who of today’s comedy stars – Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Edward Norton, and Salma Hayek.



Starring
Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, Michael Cera, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, David Krumholtz, Salma Hayek

Directed By
Conrad Vernon & Greg Tiernan

Produced By
Megan Ellison, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Conrad Vernon

Executive Produced By
Jonah Hill, James Weaver, Ariel Shaffir, Kyle Hunter

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Olive Films Releases Rare Film from Preminger and Liza Minnelli, Nostalgic 80’s Action Flicks, and Beloved Classic



Olive Films Releases Rare Film from Preminger and Liza Minnelli, Beloved Classic, and Nostalgic 80's Action Flicks

Chicago, IL – Olive Films, a boutique theatrical and home entertainment distribution label dedicated to bringing independent, foreign, and classic films to DVD and Blu-ray, is excited to announce that August 16th will be the Blu-ray debut of eight films including Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon (1970); the first four American Ninja films (1985-1990); and The Pride and the Passion (1957).

TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME, JUNIE MOON (1970)

“Working on this film with Ken Howard was such a joy,” said Liza Minnelli in regards to the Olive Films release of Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon. “I look forward to watching this film again for the first time in years and am so happy that a new audience will be able to discover it.”

The film, which has been previously unavailable on disc, comes to DVD and Blu-ray August 16th. It boasts a reputation amongst fans of Otto Preminger, because it fits perfectly into and provides an interesting perspective on his oddball late career, including films such as Skidoo, Such Good Friends, and Bunny Lake is Missing. The cult classic also showcases one of Liza Minnelli’s most emotional and powerful performances.

At the time of the film’s original release, director Preminger said of its star, “I am not the easiest man in the world to work for and I do not praise people promiscuously, but I tell you Liza Minnelli is a professional actress who has more natural acting talent than almost any other young actress I can think of.”

Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon focuses on a trio of misfits rejected by mainstream society, made up of a former party girl whose face has been badly scarred by an acid attack (Liza Minnelli), an epileptic young man (Ken Howard), and a gay paraplegic man (Robert Moore). Painting a rich and loving portrait of its characters, the film found its way into the hearts of audiences everywhere. With the film robbed of a previous DVD or Blu-ray, fans of Liza Minnelli, Otto Preminger, and cult classics can look forward to the Olive Films release.

THE PRIDE AND THE PASSION (1957)


The Pride and the Passion, directed by Stanley Kramer, also receives its Blu-ray debut from Olive Films on August 16th. This spectacle of a historical epic is perhaps best remembered for its all-star cast, beautiful shot-on-location cinematography, and troubled production history. In the lead role is Cary Grant, playing against type as a noble and serious English captain. Starring alongside him is Sophia Loren in a breakthrough year. She had already begun her rise to fame, but this film and Boy on a Dolphin (1957) solidified her status as an international sex symbol. Behind the scenes, Grant was falling madly in love with Loren, and they began an affair. He proclaimed his love to her publicly, prompting her longtime foot-dragging boyfriend Carlo Ponti to appear on set and propose to her.

Production was no easier with the film’s other star, Frank Sinatra. Supposedly, he filled in for Marlon Brando only to be near his wife Ava Gardner, who would be nearby filming The Sun Also Rises. As their marriage crumbled and Sinatra came to dislike Spain, he acted out on set in ways such as hanging a banner that said “Franco is a Fink” outside his hotel window. He eventually stormed out on the filming early, necessitating some of the scenes to be filmed in the studio. The film’s previous DVD release was lackluster, with a troublesome color palette and matting issues. The Olive Films Blu-ray will improve on the color and is presented in 1.78:1, created using the best possible materials available with a slight modification of the aspect ratio to fit home viewing screens.



AMERICAN NINJA (1985), AMERICAN NINJA 2: THE CONFRONTATION (1987), AMERICAN NINJA 3: BLOOD HUNT (1989), AMERICAN NINJA 4: THE ANNIHILATION (1990)

These quintessential low-budget 1980’s action films occupy a special place in the hearts of many people who grew up in the era of VHS. Full of cheesy moments and goofs that endeared them to their audiences, Cannon Films’ American Ninja series still packed enough ninja action to launch a wave of martial arts obsession amongst young people across the US. Olive Films is proud to bring these four campy nostalgic favorites to 80’s kids everywhere on DVD and Blu-ray with new, original bonus features.

The first film teams up Michael Dudikoff and Steve James, a duo with uncanny chemistry and charisma. American Ninja 2: The Confrontation, often considered to be the best film of the series, reunites the two stars and director for even more ninja action. Although Michael Dudikoff was not in American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt, he was replaced by the skilled martial artist David Bradley and aided by returning cast member Steve James. Director Sam Firstenberg also stepped aside to make room for Cedric Sundström for film 3. In American Ninja 4: The Annihilation, Michael Dudikoff returned to the series to save the day with David Bradley.

The newly produced extras for the releases are as follows:

American Ninja

    Audio Commentary with director Sam Firstenberg
    A Rumble in The Jungle: The Making of American Ninja featuring interviews with director Sam Firstenberg, actors Michael Dudikoff and Judie Aronson, Screenwriter Paul De Mielche and Stunt Coordinator Steve Lambert
    Theatrical Trailer

American Ninja 2: The Confrontation

    Audio Commentary with director Sam Firstenberg
    An American Ninja in Cape Town: The Making of American Ninja 2 featuring interviews with Director Sam Firstenberg, actors Michael Dudikoff and Gary Conway, Executive Producer Avi Lerner and Stunt Coordinator BJ Davis
    Theatrical Trailer

American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt

    Strike Me Deadly: The Making of American Ninja 3 featuring interviews with Director Cedric Sundström, Executive Producer Avi Lerner, and actor Gary Conway
    David Bradley Audition Tape
    Theatrical Trailer

American Ninja 4: The Annihilation

    Last Tango in Lesotho: The Making of American Ninja 4 featuring interviews with director Cedric Sundström and Executive Producer Avi Lerner
    “The Cobra Strikes” Music Video
    Theatrical Trailer

Other Olive Films August Title

Blu-ray debut of Wild in the Streets (1968), directed by Barry Shear, starring Christopher Jones, Shelley Winters, Hal Holbrook, Millie Perkins, and Richard Pryor.

Blu-ray debut of Saved! (2004), directed by Brian Dannelly, starring Jena Malone, Mandy Moore, Patrick Fugit, Macaulay Culkin, Chad Faust, and Eva Amurri.

Extras: Audio commentary with Mandy Moore and Jena Malone; Audio commentary with Brian Dannelly, Sandy Stern, and Michael Urban; Deleted/Extended Scenes; Bloopers; Featurettes; Trailer

About Olive Films
Olive Films is a Chicago-based boutique theatrical and home entertainment distribution label dedicated to bringing independent, foreign, documentary, and classic films to life. Its catalog boasts over 500 titles ranging from Hollywood classics to contemporary titles. More information about Olive Films may be found at olivefilms.com.



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"Frankenstein" & "The Wolf Man" Complete Legacy Collections



Frankenstein & The Wolf Man Complete Legacy Collections
Release Date: 9/13/2016

FRANKENSTEIN: COMPLETE LEGACY COLLECTION


Synopsis: The original Frankenstein is one of the silver screen's most unforgettable characters and, along with the other Universal Classic Monsters, defined the Hollywood horror genre. Frankenstein: Complete Legacy Collection includes all 8 films from the original legacy including the tragic classic starring Boris Karloff and the timeless films that followed. These landmark motion pictures defined the iconic look of Henry Frankenstein's Monster and his Bride, and continue to inspire countless remakes and adaptations that strengthen the legend of Frankenstein to this day.

Blu-ray Full Frame Multi-Feature(61181214) : Disc 1 (Side A): Frankenstein
 Format:      Blu-ray      UPC:      0-2519-23713-0-1
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      9/13/2016      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 11 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      BD-50 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Outer Box      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
French Canadian DTS Digital Surround 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH
Spanish

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • The Frankenstein Files: How Hollywood Made a Monster
• Karloff: The Gentle Monster
• Monster Tracks
• Universal Horror
• Frankenstein Archives
• Boo!  A Short Film
• Feature Commentary with Film Historian Rudy Behlmer
• Feature Commentary with Historian Sir Christopher Frayling
• Trailer Gallery
• 100 Years of Universal: Restoring the Classics
• My Scenes


Blu-ray Full Frame Multi-Feature(61181214) : Disc 2 (Side A): The Bride of Frankenstein
 Format:      Blu-ray      UPC:      0-2519-23713-0-1
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      9/13/2016      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 15 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      BD-50 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Outer Box      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
French European DTS Digital Surround 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH
Spanish

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • She's Alive!  Creating The Bride of Frankenstein
• The Bride of Frankenstein Archive
• Feature Commentary with Scott MacQueen
• Trailer Gallery
• 100 Years of Universal: Restoring the Classics
• My Scenes


Blu-ray Full Frame Multi-Feature(61181214) : Disc 3 (Side A): Son of Frankenstein
 Format:      Blu-ray      UPC:      0-2519-23713-0-1
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      9/13/2016      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 40 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      BD-50 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Outer Box      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH
Spanish
French

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:     

Blu-ray Full Frame Multi-Feature(61181214) : Disc 4 (Side A): Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man
 Format:      Blu-ray      UPC:      0-2519-23713-0-1
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      9/13/2016      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 13 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      BD-50 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Outer Box      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH
Spanish
French

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man Theatrical Trailer


Blu-ray Full Frame Multi-Feature(61181214) : Disc 5 (Side A): Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
 Format:      Blu-ray      UPC:      0-2519-23713-0-1
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      9/13/2016      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 23 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      BD-50 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Outer Box      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH
French
Spanish

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • Abbott and Costello Meet the Monsters
• Theatrical Trailer
• Feature Commentary with Film Historian Gregory W. Mank
• 100 Years of Universal: The Lot
• 100 Years at Universal: Unforgettable Characters


Blu-ray Full Frame Multi-Feature(61181214) : Disc 3 (Side A) (Feature 2): The Ghost of Frankenstein
 Format:      Blu-ray      UPC:      0-2519-23713-0-1
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      9/13/2016      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 8 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:     
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Outer Box      Layers:     
 Audio:     English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH
Spanish
French

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • The Ghost of Frankenstein Theatrical Trailer


Blu-ray Full Frame Multi-Feature(61181214) : Disc 4 (Side A) (Feature 2): House of Frankenstein
 Format:      Blu-ray      UPC:      0-2519-23713-0-1
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      9/13/2016      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 8 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:     
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Outer Box      Layers:     
 Audio:     English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH
Spanish
French

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • House of Frankenstein Theatrical Trailer


Blu-ray Full Frame Multi-Feature(61181214) : Disc 4 (Side A) (Feature 3): House of Dracula
 Format:      Blu-ray      UPC:      0-2519-23713-0-1
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      9/13/2016      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 7 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:     
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Outer Box      Layers:     
 Audio:     English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH
Spanish
French

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • House of Dracula Theatrical Trailer


DVD Full Frame Multi-Feature(61163324) : Disc 1 (Side A)

 Format:      DVD      UPC:      0-2519-22483-9-9
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      2/3/2015      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 11 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      DVD-9 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Slip Sleeve      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • The Frankenstein Files: How Hollywood Made a Monster
• Karloff: The Gentle Monster
• Frankenstein Archives
• Boo! A Short Film
• Feature Commentary with Film Historian Rudy Behlmer
• Feature Commentary with Historian Sir Christopher Frayling
• Theatrical Trailer


DVD Full Frame Multi-Feature(61163324) : Disc 2 (Side A): The Bride of Frankenstein
 Format:      DVD      UPC:      0-2519-22483-9-9
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      2/3/2015      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 15 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      DVD-9 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Slip Sleeve      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • She's Alive! Creating The Bride of Frankenstein
• The Bride of Frankenstein Archives
• Feature Commentary with Scott MacQueen
• Theatrical Trailer


DVD Full Frame Multi-Feature(61163324) : Disc 3 (Side A): The Ghost of Frankenstein
 Format:      DVD      UPC:      0-2519-22483-9-9
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      2/3/2015      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 8 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      DVD-9 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Slip Sleeve      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • Theatrical Trailer


DVD Full Frame Multi-Feature(61163324) : Disc 4 (Side A): House of Dracula
 Format:      DVD      UPC:      0-2519-22483-9-9
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      2/3/2015      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 7 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:      DVD-9 (Single Sided)
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Slip Sleeve      Layers:      Single
 Audio:     English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • Theatrical Trailer


DVD Full Frame Multi-Feature(61163324) : Disc 2 (Side A) (Feature 2): Son of Frankenstein
 Format:      DVD      UPC:      0-2519-22483-9-9
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      2/3/2015      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 40 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:     
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Slip Sleeve      Layers:     
 Audio:     English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:     

DVD Full Frame Multi-Feature(61163324) : Disc 3 (Side A) (Feature 2): Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man
 Format:      DVD      UPC:      0-2519-22483-9-9
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      2/3/2015      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 14 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:     
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Slip Sleeve      Layers:     
 Audio:     English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • Theatrical Trailer


DVD Full Frame Multi-Feature(61163324) : Disc 4 (Side A) (Feature 2): Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
 Format:      DVD      UPC:      0-2519-22483-9-9
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      2/3/2015      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 23 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:     
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Slip Sleeve      Layers:     
 Audio:     English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • Abbott and Costello Meet the Monsters
• Feature Commentary with Film Historian Gregory W. Mank
• Production Photographs
• Theatrical Trailer


DVD Full Frame Multi-Feature(61163324) : Disc 3 (Side A) (Feature 3): House of Frankenstein
 Format:      DVD      UPC:      0-2519-22483-9-9
 Unit Type:      Multi-Feature      Number of Media:      1
 Street Date:      2/3/2015      PreOrder Date:     
 Run Time (HH:MM):      1 Hour 11 Minutes          
 Language:      English      Disc Type:     
 Packaging:      Snap Case with Slip Sleeve      Layers:     
 Audio:     English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
       Subtitles:      English SDH

 Edition:      -      Picture:      Full Frame
 Version:      -      Color/B&W     BLACK & WHITE
 Rating:      Not Rated      CARA Rating:      -
 Bonus Features:      • Theatrical Trailer




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