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Title: The Shining
Starring: Elliott Gould
Released: 10th February 2003
Price: £15.99

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Jack Torrance (Steven Weber) and his family move into the sprawling vacant Overlook Hotel to get away from it all. Away from the alcoholism that derails Jack's writing career. Away from the violent outbursts that mar Jack's past. But Jack's young son Danny knows better. He possesses a psychic gift called the shining - a gift the hotel's vile spirits desperately want

The Shining was the winner of three Emmy awards in 1997 including Outstanding Mini-series. This 2 Disc release features an audio commentary by Stephen King and key cast members, plus 11 additional scenes never before seen. As for the transfer you can expect a Full Screen 4.3 effort and the soundtrack include is Dolby Digital 5.1. The Shining is released on 10th February and will set you back £15.99.
 
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Title: Rose Red
Starring: Julian Sands
Released: 10th February 2003
Price: £15.99

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The second Stephen King movie getting a release in February is Red Rose. For anyone not familiar with the story here is a brief description: Steeped in legend, Rose Red is a beautiful house of vast expanse that never appears to be completed. Constantly changing its structure to capture the souls of those who venture into her corridors, chambers and stairwells, what is the secret of Rose Red's power? Is Rose Red Mansion truly haunted? To find out, Professor Joyce Reardon (Nancy Travis) invites six people, each with a distinct paranormal skill to join her on a psychic field trip to reawaken the estate's supposedly dormant supernatural powers.

This DVD release is a 2 Disc effort and will feature a 4.3 full screen transfer. You can also expect to find a Dolby Digital 5.1 track as well as the following extras:

- Inside Rose Red
- "Unlocking Rose Red: The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer"
- "Bad House: The Making of Rose Red"
- Stills Gallery

You can expect to find this release in shops from 10th February and the retail price should be £15.99.

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