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Home Alone comes to Blu-ray

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Aboard the HMS Whimsy, it is a long-held tradition that, each Christmas, we watch the holiday classic Home Alone (and it is a classic, whatever the naysayers might claim). In years gone by, we were forced to make do with the old Region 2 PAL DVD from 1999, one of the worst standard definition DVDs ever released (and beaten only, or so I’m told, by the even worse Region 1 NTSC version). Then, in 2006, we were able to upgrade to the newly released Family Fun Edition, which, shameful name aside, turned out to be a massive improvement over its predecessor.

This Christmas will be something special, however. Why? Because, for the first time, we will be watching Home Alone in high definition.

Yessir, Home Alone is coming to Blu-ray. As reported by High-Def Digest, 20th Century Fox have scheduled it for a December 2 release in the US. No details have been announced yet, barring the RRP of $34.99, but this is definitely one title I’ll be pre-ordering without a moment’s hesitation. Laugh at me if you like, but this is one of my most anticipated HD releases and has been since I first got wind of Blu-ray and HD DVD.

Posted: Thursday, October 02, 2008 at 5:39 PM | Comments: 1
Categories: Blu-ray | Cinema | DVD | HD DVD



I think Home Alone is a decent flick.
It hasn't quite stood the test of time for me, but I haven't seen it in a while.
Personally, I'm more excited for the (hopefully) remastered A Christmas Story Blu-ray.

Posted by: Daniel Sardella, October 2, 2008 8:17 PM

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