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Starz Home Entertainment Goes With Blu-ray

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Well I wander who is nect to say they will just do Blu-Ray
Nah. Not them all.

Just Evil Dead & Halloween. Happy
Dustin wrote: BRING ON PHANTASM!

... and Halloween, Re-Animator, Evil Dead, Hellrasier and the DEAD films. Happy

...and probably multiple re-issues of all of them on Blu-ray too.

Wink
BRING ON PHANTASM!

... and Halloween, Re-Animator, Evil Dead, Hellrasier and the DEAD films. Happy
Starz Home Entertainment Goes With Blu-ray
On the heels of the Blockbuster Video announcement from yesterday, I thought I'd post this article from Home Media Magazine. Looks as if all your Anchor Bay favorites will be on Blu-ray disc.

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Starz to go Blu
Author: CHRIS TRIBBEY
Posted: June 19, 2007

New Blu-ray Disc announcements from MGM at the Sixth Annual Home Entertainment Summit: DVD & Beyond in Century City, Calif., didn’t come as a huge surprise.

A new participant in the high-definition format war was unexpected, however.

Starz Home Entertainment President Bill Clark announced during an executive session with MGM VP of Marketing Julia Simmons that his company will release the first season of the company’s “Masters of Horror” collection on Blu-ray in the fourth quarter of this year. Other Starz catalogue titles also are in line for a Blu-ray release. The news came the same day that Blockbuster announced that Blu-ray would be the only high-definition disc available in some of its stores.

“If Blu-ray wins [the format war against HD DVD], all catalogue would go [Blu-ray], we’d hope,” Clark said.

MGM’s Simmons said another 10 to 12 titles are set for Blu-ray release within the next year, including The Sergio Leone Anthology (A Fistful of Dollars/For a Few Dollars More/The Good, The Bad and The Ugly/Duck, You Sucker).