New Releases: Universal westerns & comedies, Scary Movie 3: Updated complete downloadable R1 DVD DB

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    Columbia/TriStar will release the re-edited Booty Call as Booty Call
    (Bootiest Edition) on April 13th. The film is presented in Dolby Surround
    audio with anamorphic 1.85:1 video. The reported extras are Filmmaker
    Commentary: Director Jeff Pollack, writers Takashi Bufford and Bootsie, as
    well as Jamie Foxx, Vivica Fox and Tommy Davidson will take you through the
    entire film, serving up boot-liscous factoids along the ride; Smooth
    Operator (Mini-Documentary): The filmmakers, cast members and other
    celebrities will share their personal stories and anecdotes of the "Botty
    Call". Analyzing pre-modern, modern and post modern booty call techniques;
    Alternate Ending: Old Folk's Home; Trailers. The retail price is 19.95.

    A&E home video will release Profiler: Season 3 on April 27th for a list
    price of $99.95.

    Universal has some good old fashion westerns from the golden age of
    Hollywood. On June 1st they are scheduled to release Albuquerque, No Name On
    The Bullet, The Plainsman (1937), The Spoilers (1942), War Arrow, When The
    Daltons Rode and Whispering Smith. All are listed as mono and full screen
    with a suggested cost of $14.98.

    Also due out from Universal on May 4th are a few comedies. Included are
    Adventures Of Ma And Pa Kettle #2 for $19.95 and Best Of Abbott & Costello
    #2 for $24.95.

    Universal has some boxed sets collectors of older films should find
    interesting. For those that like dog flicks there is K-9: Patrol Pack (K-9 /
    K-911 / K-9 PI) on May 4th in anamorphic video and Surround audio for
    $19.95. On The Road With Bob Hope & Bing Crosby Collection (Road to Morocco
    / Road to Zanibar / Road to Singapore / Road to Utopia) will be released
    also on May 4th for $24.95.June 1st brings Adventures Of Francis The Talking
    Mule which includes Francis The Talking Mule, Francis Goes To the Races,
    Francis Goes To West Point and Francis Covers The Big Town for $19.98.

    Finally from Universal on June 1st are Firestarter Two Movie Collection and
    Michael Flatley Collection (Lord Of The Dance / Feet Of Flames / Michael
    Flatley Gold), both listing at $19.98.

    Some anime is due out from Bandai Entertainment on April 27th including
    Infinite Ryvius: Change Of Command (V.4), Witch Hunter Robin: Fugitive,
    Arjuna: The Complete Collection, SD Gundam Force: Unknown Dangers, SD Gundam
    Force: Heroes United and Kaze No Yojimbo: A New Face In Town.

    A.D. Vision has Farscape Season #4: Volume #03 due out on March 23rd for
    $39.95 and Mutant X: Season 1: Volume 9 (Special Edition) due out on March
    3rd for $19.98.

    Buena Vista as Scary Movie 3 set for release on May 11th. There will be both
    P&S as well as anamorphic video releases. Both have listed as extras;
    Deleted Scenes With Optional Commentary, The Making Of Scary Movie 3, The
    Making Of Scary Movie 3...Fore Real, Outtakes and Bloopers, Hulk vs. Aliens:
    Behind The Scenes Of The Alternate Ending, Feature Commentary With Director
    David Zucker, Producer Robert K. Weiss and Writers Craig Mazin and Pat
    Proft. The list price for either version is $29.99.

    Universal has a number of war and action flicks due out on DVD. On May 11th
    there is action with Shakedown, Renegades and Nighthawks. Films mostly to do
    with war in one way or another follows on May 25th. Included are Wake
    Island, To Hell And Back, Slaughterhouse-Five, No Man Is An Island, Gray
    Lady Down and Battle Hymn. All of the above flicks will retail for $14.98
    and they look to be mono or stereo with full screen video.

    Brentwood has a large number of films due out on March 9th. In the genre of
    Action/Adventure there are Shaker Run, Dragon On Fire, Dragon Princess,
    Stunts, Return Of The Tiger, Angels Hard As They Come, The Big Trees, Image
    Of Bruce Lee, Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave, Street Fighter's Last
    Revenge, Last Days Of Patton, Bloodfight, Bodyguard (1978) and Legend Of The
    Eight Samurai.

    For horror fans Brentwood has some films that are often found on Cinemax
    late at night. In this batch are Cathy's Curse, Black Cobra Woman, Devil's
    Nightmare, Die Sister, Die, Good Against Evil, Kill, Baby, Kill, Swamp Women
    and Web Of The Spider.

    Rounding out this set from Brentwood are God's Gun, Abraxas, Guardian of the
    Universe, Getting Wasted, Slipstream, Graveyard Tramps. All of the Brentwood
    releases for this date will retail for $5.98 each.

    A few foreign language films, mostly Spanish, are due from Woodhaven. Most
    appear to be in Spanish but no mention of dubbing or subtitles was mentioned
    in the announcements. Look for Caminos De Michoacan 2, Cholos Vs Narcos, El
    Corrido Del Potro Lobo Gatiado, El Lechero Del Pueblo, Internado De
    Senoritas, La Revancha Del Silla De Ruedas, La Texana Maldita 2 and La
    Texana Maldita 2. All are set for February 10th with a suggested price of
    $14.95.

    On March 30th Rykodisc will release opera, music and special interest DVDs
    including Boikot: Historias Vistas De Boikot, Chicago Sings Gospel's
    Greatest Hymns/Back To Church, Dead Pigeon On Beethoven Street, Deitrick
    Haddon: Nu Hymnz Sing A Nu Song, Fortress Of Amerikkka, Lust For Freedom,
    Mago De Oz: Costa Da Rock, Mago De Oz: Finisterra Tierra Santa: Cuando La
    Tierra Toca El Cielo, Tigero: A Film That Was Never Made, Uncovered: The
    Whole Truth About The Iraq War, Vintage Erotica Anno 1930, Vintage Erotica
    Anno 1940, Vintage Erotica Anno 1950 and We Sing Gospel's Greatest Hymns.

    Stop by for a complete downloadable information list of all region one DVDs
    in several formats as well as daily changes. The official list now features
    38,451 titles with 206 additions or changes and 399 Pre-Release
    announcements. The All Titles list has 38,850 titles. Recent releases
    include: Last Week 281, This Week 256 and Next Week 282 titles.

    Previews of 21 Grams, Mona Lisa Smile, Wonderland and Texas Chainsaw
    Massacre (2003). Recent reviews include Lost in Translation, Thirteen,
    Underworld, Seabiscuit, Family Business, Firefly, Taken, Cabin Fever and The
    Shield:Season 2. Classic reviews include 12 Angry Men, the Barbarians
    (History Channel) Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) Bedford Incident and Them.
    Coming titles listed before all the specs are in can be found in a new list,
    http://www.hometheaterinfo.com/pre-releases.htm

    Updated lists for discontinued, cancelled, postponed and rescheduled titles
    as well as lists for DTS, ES/EX and Superbit titles. UPC numbers and
    original release dates now being added to the database. There is also a
    greatly expanded list of titles that were rescheduled or reissued. Search
    function for the database, (now including UPC search) complements of site
    partner and friend, Michael's Movie Mayhem http://www.dvdlist.kazart.com and
    DVDLister.

    Updates to the DVD database, including release specs usually made twice
    daily.

    Please stop by and visit.
    Thank you.

    Doug MacLean
    http://www.hometheaterinfo.com/
    Doug MacLean, Feb 5, 2004
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