R2 MGM October line-up

MGM have sent through details on their UK Region 2 October DVD line-up. Kicking things off on the 6th October 2003 is Barbershop, a comedy about doing the right thang that tells the story of Calvin (Ice Cube), a barber, and his salon in south side Chicago. The Collector’s Edition DVD will retail at £19.99 and includes:

  • Featurette’s
  • Deleted scenes
  • Outtakes
  • Music video featuring P.Diddy
  • Behind The Scenes Photo Gallery
MGM will debut the rest of their line-up on the 20th October 2003 with the following titles...

Igby Goes Down - Nominated for two Golden Globes and critically acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic, the indie hit of the year, Igby Goes Down arrives on DVD on 20 October 2003 (RRP £19.99).

The Collector’s Edition DVD includes: Audio commentary with director Burr Steers and Kieran Culkin, In Search of Igby feature, Deleted scenes with director’s commentary, Behind the scenes photo gallery, Theatrical trailer all in bullets.

A Guy Thing - Featuring some of Hollywood’s hottest young stars; Jason Lee (Mallrats, Dogma), Julia Stiles (The Bourne Identity) and Selma Blair (Cruel Intentions), A Guy Thing is an outrageous, sexy comedy, out to own on Collector’s Edition DVD (RRP £19.99) and VHS (RRP £12.99) from 20 October.

This Collector’s Edition DVD boasts a host of fantastic extras including:
  • Inside “A Guy Thing”
  • Bachelor Party Confidential
  • Groovy Gravy: Script to screen
  • Deleted scenes
  • Hilarious alternative endings
  • Outtakes
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Interactive menu screens and chapter selections
  • Photo gallery
Vincent Price on DVD - The legendary face of British horror arrives on DVD with five of his finest films finally being made available: Tales Of Terror, The Abominable Dr Phibes, Dr Phibes Rises Again, The Raven, and The Fall Of The House Of Usher. Retail is £12.99 each.

The Hound Of The Baskervilles - Hammer House of Horror retelling of the classic Sherlock Holmes adventure, starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Retail is £12.99.

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