Sci-Fi classic “Blade Runner” is getting a new 4K Steelbook release from Zavvi in May
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Next up in Zavvi’s ‘Sci-fi Destination’ series is the classic Blade Runner, which will be getting a 4K release on May 3rd.
The 3-disc set will include the movie on 4K and Blu-ray, as well as a bonus disc featuring the brilliant documentary, Dangerous Days.
Pre-orders will live around 12 noon UK time on Saturday March 20th for Red Carpet subscribers, and around 6pm for everyone else, so ignore any ‘sold out’ notices until then.
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4K and Blu-ray Feature Disc:
- Digitally Restored and Remastered, Incorporating New Footage and Special Effects Never Before Seen
- Soundtrack Remastered in Dolby Atmos on 4K
- Introduction by Director Ridley Scott
- 3 Filmmaker Commentaries, Including One by Ridley Scott
- Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner Definitive Documentary Incorporating Outtakes, Deleted Scenes and All-New Interviews. The Ultimate Look at the Movie’s Difficult Creation and Controversial Legacy.
Why are the same films churned out time after time with a different steelbook? There’s plebty of other movies who should get the steelbook treatment that are ignored.
This set is horrible
have to say the artwork isn’t tempting me
Marc Whitworth I dont like the artwork at all
i agree with Robert above, far far too many reissues of same films from the same big studios, Warner, Universal/Paramount and Disney/Fox when there are literally hundreds of movies not on Blu-ray in UK never mind a steelbook, a lot on blu-ray say in USA and/or Germany and/or Australia but even so I have dozens and dozens on my lists not on blu-ray anywhere yet owned by these massive companies. It continues to be annoying and just wish they would release the material onto blu-ray even if say exclusive to HMV (preferably) or Zavvi, a bit of that has happened but its like 2%. of what’s possible