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V for Vendetta coming to HD DVD


Source: High-Def Digest

Against my better judgement, I bought the standard definition release of V for Vendetta back when it was released in August, knowing full well that an HD DVD version, probably with an exclusive In-Movie Experience feature, would be coming out shortly. And it turns out I was right: Warner has announced that they will be releasing it on October 31, with “an In-Movie Experience interactive video commentary track, plus the exclusive ‘Director’s Notebook: Reimagining a Cult Classic for the 21st Century’ featurette”, in addition to all the extras of the 2-disc standard definition release. Naturally, I’ll have to pick it up. The film is flawed but definitely interesting, and rather unique for a Hollywood product.

Under Siege and Excalibur are also hitting shelves on the same day. I may pick up Excalibur too, as it’s a film I’ve been curious to see for a while.

Update, October 12, 2006 09:30 PM: Front and back cover art now available at The Man Room.

Posted: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 at 10:56 PM
Categories: Cinema | DVD | HD DVD

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