American Psycho (Blu-ray)

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American Psycho (Blu-ray)

American Psycho (Blu-ray)

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When they're done running up huge tabs at the trendiest restaurants, they're doing lines at the hippest nightclubs in New York.It gives us a third subtitle option, too, making a distinction between English and English SDH subs, as well as Spanish ones. You’re either going to appreciate it and enjoy it for what it is or you’re going to outright hate it for its rude depictions, mannerisms and ultimately actions. True, he didn't don the cape and cowl for a few years after this film's premiere, but one can't help look at his Patrick Bateman and see a little bit of his future Bruce Wayne sitting there. This is a big deal because there are so many problems with the original Blu-ray release of this film.

The club scenes are even more electric, and the song track monologues deliver a slew of defining song tracks superbly, giving yet further fuel for the surrounds. It certainly wasn't because 'Psycho's anti-hero Patrick Bateman was a serial killer fond of sexually assaulting and chopping up beautiful young women. For the week that ended on October 9th, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment's F9: The Fast Saga topped both the Blu-ray-only and overall packaged media charts for the third week in a row, while Walt Disney Home Entertainment's Black Widow held onto second place .Unfortunately, these are the only interview clips they kept, and since From Book To Screen didn't bring them back for seconds, it means we don't hear from most of the cast, who were on the older discs.

Updated daily and in real-time, we track all high-def disc news and release dates, and review the latest disc titles. So now, I no longer have my original 2000 unrated DVD since I replaced it with the Killer Edition almost fifteen years ago; but from memory, it was virtually identical to the French DVD, which used the same root master. But we expect the bad guy to get his in the end -- or if he does get away with his crimes, there has to be some Big Moral Lesson in there to reaffirm our accepted worldview of what is good and what is evil. While the Lionsgate standard-def DVD featured a trio of Video Essays (including the indispensable but sadly absent 45-minute "From Book to Screen"), only one is carried over here. I mean, fans were all a little disappointed some of the most extreme scenes were left out, and I was too, but I also understood the filmmakers were trying to deliver something that could play in theaters.Too bad Lionsgate couldn't have gone with a BD-50 dual-layer disc for this release and squeezed in the rest of the extras. It also has a video of the film premiere at the Berlin Film Festival, but it's very brief with no real substance. The Bold New Take on The Beloved Classic “The Color Purple” Debuts on 4K, Blu-ray and DVD March 12th! Set aside improvements in detail, colors, black levels, whites, contrast - the first thing you're going to see and appreciate is the simple fact that the numerous and constant instances of speckling and staining and the outright noisy grainfield have been taken care of.

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