Halloween: Resurrection, High Noon and three classics from Paramount

The 8th Halloween movie has already been announced for its Region 1 DVD release that will take place on 10th October 2002. For this special edition release of Halloween: Resurrection you can expect to find an Anamorphic Widescreen transfer with English DD5.1 and DTS 5.1 Audio options, an audio commentary, deleted scenes, never-before-seen "Dangertainment" video-cam footage shot by the actors, and the theatrical trailer. Retail is $29.95.

Artisan have announced a Special Edition release of High Noon for October 22nd. With a retail price of $19.95 this release will include a newly remastered transfer in its original 1.37:1 aspect ratio, DD2.0 Stereo audio, an audio commentary, the Behind High Noon and The Making of High Noon featurettes, a still gallery, and the theatrical trailer.

Paramount have announced three 'classics' for a 3rd December 2002 release. First up is War and Peace that will presented in its 203-minute format with a new 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen transfer, the original English Mono audio and the original and re-release theatrical trailers. Next on the list is Ridley Scott's directorial debut The Duellists. Presented in a brand-new 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer, with remixed English DD5.1 and DD2.0 surround audio tracks plus the original English mono audio, you will also find an audio commentary with Ridley Scott, an isolated score with additional commentary by composer Howard Blake, the Dueling Directors: Ridley Scott and Kevin Reynolds featurette, Ridley Scott's first short film Boy on a Bicycle, three still galleries with photos and storyboards, and the original theatrical trailer.

Also available on the 3rd December from Paramount is Sidney Lumet's Serpico. Expect a new 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer and a new English DD5.1 remix to be present alongside English and French mono tracks, the Serpico: From Real to Reel and Inside Serpico featurettes, a Serpico Favorite Moments montage, still gallery with commentary by Lumet, and the theatrical trailer. Retail on these titles is $24.95 each.

Source: DVDFile.com

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