More Momentum details are in

Momentum have announced the basics of their next set of releases after Aardman Classics and the Rambo Trilogy... Starting with two versions of Reservoir Dogs on 20 November. The standard release will retail for £19.99 and features a 'Director's Profile' as an introduction to the movie. The limited edition box-set will retail for £29.99 and will feature the film along with a paperback biography entitled Tarantino - The Man and His Movies and a set of ten collector's postcards produced especially for the DVD release. Momentum are working hard to source an anamorphic print so with any luck we'll be getting a great transfer unlike releases in other regions. The second title for this update is a special edition of Alan Parker's Angel Heart. Due on 27 December retailling at £19.99, this disc will feature a commentary by Alan Parker along with an exclusive interview, a booklet containing reviews and other material from the original theatrical release, three making-of features and some behind the scenes footage. Finally we have the big one! Terminator II: Ultimate Edition is set for release on 29 January and looks like it will be the most feature packed Region 2 DVD release to date. The UK disc will be pretty much identical to the Region 1 release - it will be released uncut with an 18 certificate and will also feature both the Dolby Digital 5.1ES and DTS 5.1ES soundtracks along with all of the extras from the excellent US disc. We will be getting ours packaged as two DVD9 discs and we can expect this release to retail for a very reasonable £24.99.

Colin Polonowski

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