Lots of Region 4 dates...

As part of our ongoing plan to take over the world, we've been contacting various worldwide distributors in an attempt to get announcements and review copies. At last, things are starting to pay off with a nice package from Australia this morning with a number of brochures covering releases from Madman during August and September.

8 August

Blood: The Last Vampire, Dolby Digital 5.1, AUS$34.95
Features: Behind-the-scenes, makingof, anime storyboards, director interviews

Dragonball Z: 3.11 & 3.12, AUS$24.95 each

Bubblegum Crisis - Tokyo 2040, Volume 6, AUS$29.95
Features: Character profiles, trailers, multiple languages

Neon Genesis Evangelion, Volume 7, AUS$29.95
Features: Character profiles, trailers, multiple languages

Castle of Cagliostro, AUS$29.95

23 August

Innocence, AUS$39.95
Features: Commentary by Paul Cox, behind-the-scenes footage, talent biographies

In The Realm of the Senses (Ai No Corrida), AUS$34.95
Features: Trailer, Nagisa Oshima biography

12 September

The War Zone, Dolby Surround, Letterbox, AUS$29.95
Features: Behind-the-scenes, Tim Roth interview, Ray Winstone interview, Theatrical trailer

Betty Blue: The Director's Cut, Anamorphic, AUS$34.95
Features: Jean Jacques Beineix biorgraphy, Jean Hughes Anglade biography, Beatrice Dalle biography, theatrical trailer

Paris, Texas, Dolby Digital 2.0, AUS$34.95
Features: Talent bios, Wim Wenders biography

Martian Succesor Nadesico Chronical 1 - Invasion, AUS$34.95

Martian Succesor Nadesico Chronical 1 - Mission To Mars, AUS$34.95

Gunsmith Cats, AUS$29.95
Features: Character biographies, trailers

Neon Genesis Evangelion, Volume 8, AUS$29.95
Features: Character biographies, trailers

Dragonball Z: 3.13 & 3.14, AUS$24.95 each

In addition to all of the above we can expect X, Rosetta, Malcolm, Rififi and The Girl Next Door in October, Akira, Cardcaptors and Amores Perros in November, Mullet in December and Gasaraki in 2002.

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