MGM in March

MGM Home Entertainment have announced their UK Region 2 DVD line-up for March 2005...

7th March 2005:

De-Lovely - Details here.

14th March 2005:

Five films bursting with family fun arrive priced at £12.99 each: True Heart, Hans Christian Andersen, Loch Ness, Tom Sawyer and Namu, The Killer Whale.

Seven westerns are also released priced at £12.99 each: Man of the West, Comes A Horseman, Geronimo, The Indian Fighter, Invitation To A Gunfighter, The Return Of A Man Called Horse and Valdez Is Coming.

21st March 2005:

Get Shorty Special Edition - Details here.

28th March 2005:

Species III - RENTAL ONLY - Natasha Henstridge and hot newcomer Sunny Mabrey prove that looks can kill in this third-part of the hugely popular sci-fi series. Bonus features include: Evolution, Species DNA, Alien Technology and Intelligent Lifeforms featurettes; Falling Apart - Easter Egg; Behind-the-scenes photo gallery and Audio Commentary with Director Brad Turner, Writer Ben Ripley and Robin Dunne.

Stargate SG-1 Season 8 Volume 39 - Four episodes are included with bonus features: The Lowdown Part 2, a behind the scenes documentary, the Directors Series looking at an episode in detail and a Photo Gallery/Production Design Gallery. Retail is £19.99.

Stargate Atlantis Season 1 Volume 1 - The new Stargate SG-1 spin-off series comes to DVD packed full of breathtaking special effects and with a brand new team of explorers. Volumes 1 includes the first four exciting episodes of Season 1, Rising (Parts 1 & 2), Hide and Seek and Thirty Eight Minutes. The release is packed with extra material including a VIP Set and Studio Tour with Director Peter Deluise, a preview to Atlantis, together with photo and production galleries.

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