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Optimum DVD/BD in Feb/March

Here is a look at the new release titles Optimum has coming to UK DVD and Blu-ray Disc through to the end of March…

22nd February 2010

Interceptor – This Russian Sci-Fi thriller adapted for the screen from the hugely series of novels by popular sci-fi author Vasily Golovachev is from the Visual effects team behind Timur Bekmambetov’s Nightwatch/Daywatch series. The only extra is a trailer.

15th March 2010

Survival of the Dead - The latest entry in Romero’s Dead series follows rogue soldier Sarge (Alan Van Sprang) as he leads a band of military dropouts to seek refuge from the endless chaos of the zombie uprising on remote Plum Island. There are no extras.

29th March 2010

Cracks - A dark tale of teenage rivalry and obsession from debut filmmaker Jordan Scott. Eva Green stars as Miss G, a seemingly glamorous, bohemian teacher at a remote girls boarding school whose captive hold over her charges, and starts to unravel with the arrival of an exotic Spanish pupil.

Extras include:

  • Interview with Jordan Scott
  • Interview with Maria Valverde & Juno Temple
  • Interview with Eva Green
  • Trailer

Bunny and the Bull - Director Paul King of the Mighty Boosch, echoes Gondry, Gilliam and Burton with surrealist backdrops in this freewheeling road movie that is filled with bravado and friendship about an ill-fated European trip of two best friends.

Extras include:
  • Audio Commentary with Director Paul King, Ed Hogg, Simon Farnaby & producer Mark Burke
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Behind The Scenes
  • Bloopers
  • Interview with Paul King
  • Interview with Simon and Ed
  • Up, Up and Away (Fan inspired short)
  • Get the picture
  • Museum Stills Gallery
  • Empire Featurette

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