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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Prometheus and E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Anniversary Edition—Noteworthy Blu-ray and DVD Releases this Week

It goes without saying that the Steven Steven Spielberg’s E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Edition and the director Ridley Scott's science-fiction returning work Prometheus top on this week's Blu-ray and DVD releases, which make so many home media fans excited. You are the one of those?

1. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Anniversary Edition

To celebrate the Universal's 100th Anniversary, the Steven Spielberg's classic E.T. hits the stores with Blu-ray for the first time. DVD version is available as well. As one of the most successful films of all time, it first came out in 1982 and soon become a smash hit of the year. As you probably know, it has won 9 Academy Awards.

With a strange but quite heartwarming story, the E.T. is pretty suitable for home collection. From official announcements, apart from including the original film version, the releases of E.T also contains some extra features: 13-minute featurette called Steven Spielberg & ET, 54-minute featurette called The E.T. Journals that is comprised entirely of behind-the-scenes footage, deleted scenes, and more.

2. Prometheus

It is generally known that the director Ridlely Scott has a series of classics like Alien, Blade Runner, and perhaps that is main reason why all followers are so excited to see his return work Prometheus. It is totally 30 years later for us to see Ridley Scott delivering us a science-fiction film. Some buffs consider that the Prometheus is a quite great work, while others hold the different ideas. They view the Prometheus as a disappointed prequel. Well, no matter what kinds of opinions you are keeping, here we get a chance to re-consider this film: it will be available Oct. 11 on DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D and on demand.

Like all other Blu-ray and DVD releases, the Prometheus also packs some extra features like deleted and alternate scenes, alternate opening and ending, and some featurettes.

3. The Raven

I should admit that I have not seen The Raven yet. After checking out loads of reference, I think the movie has a quite cool story: the man Edgar Allen Poe tries to solve a serial killer case in the final days of his life. If you are the John Cusack fan, you can focus on the Blu-ray and DVD releases of The Raven.

4. Rock of Ages

Once you see a whole list of super acting stars on Rock of Ages, you must consider this is movie deserving watch. However, you are totally wrong! Perhaps the Rock of Ages is one of the most remarkable movies you have seen, it is also one of the worst movie I have ever watch! Well, the performance from Tom Cruise is great, that's the only thing I can agree with.


Other films hit the stores in Blu-ray and DVD this week:

1. Dial M for Murder
2. Strangers on a Train
3. Little Shop of Horrors: Director’s Cut
4. Red Dawn
5. Cinderella
6. Dark Shadows (Movie Only + UltraViolet Digital Copy)
7. A Cat in Paris
8. Werewolf: The Beast Among Us
9. Dead Ringer
10. Shut Up and Play the Hits

Pay continually attentions on my list of week's Blu-ray and DVD releases!

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