October 11, 2016: This Week on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD

October 11, 2016: This Week on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD

Ghostbusters, The Thing and more come home October 11, 2016.

Ghostbusters, McCabe and Mrs. Miller, The Item and a lot  more come dwelling October 11!

Welcome into ComingSoon.net’s look at each of the best  titles  arriving   this week on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Check out the gallery viewer below to get a look at the releases, television collections and catalog movies hitting on shelves or VOD beginning October 11, 2016.

The week kicks off with the arrival of Paul Feig’s new   Ghostbusters in a fully loaded special edition collection. Along with the regular Blu-ray, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is also releasing a 4K and also 3D variant. You may even take a first look in one of the release features with our clip in the base of the webpage. It goes behind the scenes, taking a look at the electrocuted ghost that the group encounters in the subway. Check it out in the participant below!

Other recent big screen releases coming house October 11 comprise the animated adventure   Ice Age: Collision Course, the jungle blockbuster Tarzan, the Mel Gibson headed action thriller Blood Father and director Brad Furman’s The Infiltrator, starring Bryan Cranston as an undercover agent who, in the 1980s, attempted to infiltrate the drug network of Pablo Escobar.

October 11 also brings us a domestic home video launch for Blinky Bill: The Film, the most popular Australian animated feature film that hit theaters down under last year.

New releases hitting DVD merely comprise the Current Hong Kong terror thriller Ghost of the Theatre, the Mount Everest documentary Sherpa along with also the thriller , starring Wes Bentley, Jaimie Alexander along with Cam Gigandet.

The Criterion Collection this week provides their third Richard Linklater title as a new variant of Boyhood combines the previously published  Slacker along with Dazed and Confused. The week also sees the first ever HD launch for Robert Altman’s amazing 1971 western McCabe and Mrs. Miller, starring Warren Beatty and Julie Christie and backed by the songs of Leonard Cohen.

Two more film classics are combined together to your . The new set includes both Cape Stress and To Kill a Mockingbird as well as some collectible photographs and poster reproductions.

With Halloween just over two weeks away, October 11 also proceeds the shipping of terror movies of the month. Shout! Factory’s Scream Factory line has two new editions of must-own classics. Look for impressively-loaded collectors variations of the John Carpenter’s The Item along with Brian DePalma’s Carrie. Meanwhile, the Arrow Films has his own double attribute arriving with both Wes Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes along with  Hideo Nakata’s Black Water.

On the small screen, October 11 brings home the sixth season of the two  Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time and of IFC’s Portlandia (the latter arrives on DVD only).   There’s also DVD only first season sets of both the Ken Jeong sitcom Dr Ken and of the stop-motion animated superhero comedy   Super Mansion.

There numerous complete series sets, as we gear up for the holiday season. Look for, on Blu-ray, HannibalKnight Rider along with  Miami Vice, while, on DVD only, we are getting newly-released sets for BittenKolchak: The Night Stalker, MonkSliders along with  The Twilight Zone.

Digital HD titles debuting October 11 comprise Warner Bros.. Pictures’ recent terror hit Lights Out, the well-received thriller Nerve (starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco), the current biopic Papa Hemingway in Cuba along with the first animated adventure   Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, which includes the return of Adam West and Burt Ward as the voices of Batman and Robin.  

It is possible to check out cover artwork for all the October 11 releases in the gallery viewer below along with a listing of every release’s special features (where applicable).

Blood Father
Ice Age: Collision Course
Broken Vows
The Infiltrator
The Legend of Tarzan
Blinky Bill: The Movie
Phantom of the Theatre
McCabe and Mrs. Miller
Gregory Peck Collection
The Thing
The Hills Have Eyes
Dark Water
Adventure Time - Season Six
Dr. Ken - Season One
Portlandia - Season Six
Supermansion - Season One
Hannibal: The Complete Series
Knight Rider: The Complete Series
Miami Vice: The Complete Series
Bitten: The Complete Series
Kolchak: The Night Stalker - The Complete Series
Monk: The Complete Series
Sliders - The Complete Series
The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders
Lights Out
Papa Hemingway in Cuba


– Extended Edition (133 minutes) & Theatrical Version (116 minutes)
– 2 Hysterically Haunting Gag Reels
– 4 Unearthed deleted scenes
– 11 Totally Possessed Alternate Scenes and over 60 minutes of extra extended and alternate scenes with Ultraviolet download
– 6 Jokes-A-Plenty alternative accept reels
– 5 Supernatural Featurettes:
– Chris Hemsworth is ‘Kevin’
– The Ghosts of both Ghostbusters
– Meet the Team
– Visual Effects: 30 Decades Later
– Slime Time
– Filmmaker Commentaries
– Photo Gallery

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Blood Father

– Lost Souls: On the Road with Blood Father – Featurette

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Ice Age: Collision Course

– Scrat
– Ice Age: The Story So Far
– Scratasia: Scrat’s Solo Adventures
– Mysteries of the Scratazons
– Star Signs of the Animal Kingdom
– The Science of It All: deGrasse Tyson deBunks
– Figaro Sing-along
– Gallery

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Broken Vows

The Infiltrator

– Audio Commentary with Director Brad Furman along with Bryan Cranston
– Deleted scenes
– The Three Bobs Featurette
– How to Infiltrate Featurette

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The Legend of Tarzan

– Tarzan Reborn – Featurette
– Battles along with Bare Knuckled Brawls – Featurette
– Tarzan and Jane’s Unfailing Love – Featurette
– Making the Virtual Jungle – Featrette
– Gabon into the Big Display – Featurette
– Cease Ivory PSA – Featurette

Blinky Bill: The Film

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Ghost of the Theatre

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– New 2K
– New audio commentary featuring Linklater and nine members of the movie’s cast and crew
– New documentary chronicling the film’s production, featuring footage taken within the course of its thirty decades
– New discussion featuring Linklater and celebrities Patricia Arquette and Ellar Coltrane, moderated by producer John Pierson
– New dialog between Coltrane and actor Ethan Hawke
– New video article by critic Michael Koresky about period in Linklater’s movies, narrated by Coltrane
– collection of pictures of the cast and crew by photographer Matt Lankes, narrated with personal ideas from Linklater, Arquette, Hawke, Coltrane, also manufacturer Cathleen Sutherland
– An article by novelist Jonathan Lethem

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McCabe and Mrs. Miller

– New 4K recovery, together with uncompressed monaural soundtrack in the Blu-ray
– Audio commentary from 2002 featuring director Robert Altman and producer David Foster
– New making-of documentary, featuring members of the cast and crew
– New conversation regarding the Movie and Altman’s profession between film historians Cari Beauchamp along with Rick Jewell
– Featurette from the movie’s 1970 generation
– Art Directors Guild Film Society Q&A out of 1999 with production designer Leon Ericksen
– Excerpts from archival interviews with cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond
– Gallery of stills from the collection by photographer Steve Schapiro
– Excerpts from two 1971 episodes of The Dick Cavett Show featuring Altman and film – critic Pauline Kael
– Trailer
– An article by novelist and critic Nathaniel Rich

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Gregory Peck Collection

– A dialog with Gregory Peck
– Fearful Symmetry: The Making of To Kill a Mockingbird
– The Making of Cape Fear
– Academy Award Best Actor Acceptance Speech
– American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award
– Excerpt from Tribute to Gregory Peck
– Scout Remembers
– To Kill a Mockingbird Feature Commentary with Director Robert Mulligan and Producer Alan Pakula
– Theatrical Trailers
– Collectible Photo and Poster Reproductions


– NEW 4K Scan Of The Negative
– Original Theatrical Trailer (HD)
– Carrie Franchise Trailer Gallery
– NEW More Acting Carrie — containing interviews with Nancy Allen, Betty Buckley, William Katt, Piper Laurie, Edie McClurg and P.J. Soles (20 minutes)
– NEW Composing Carrie — an interview with screenwriter Lawrence Cohen (29 minutes)
– NEW Cutting Carrie — an interview with editor Paul Hirsch (25 minutes)
– NEW Shooting Carrie — an interview with director of photography Mario Tosi (15 minutes)
– NEW Casting Carrie –an interview with casting director Harriet B. Helberg (16 minutes)
– NEW Bucket of Blood — a new interview with composer Pino Donaggio (24 minutes)
– NEW Horror’s Hallowed Grounds — Revisiting The Film’s Original Locations (11 minutes)
– Acting Carrie — Interviews With Actors Sissy Spacek, Amy Irving, Betty Buckley, Nancy Allen, William Katt, Piper Laurie, Priscilla Pointer and P.J. Soles And Art Director Jack Fisk And Director Brian De Palma (43 minutes)
– Visualizing Carrie — Interviews With Brian De Palma, Jack Fisk, Lawrence D. Cohen, Paul Hirsch (41 minutes)
– A Look At “Carrie: The Musical” (6 minutes)
– TV Spots
– Radio Spots
– However Gallery — Rare Behind-The-Scenes Photos, Posters And Lobby Cards
– Stephen King And The Evolution Of Carrie Text Gallery

The Item

– NEW 2K Scan Of Your Interpositive Supervised And Approved By Director Of Photography Dean Cundey
– NEW 4.1 Audio Mix Created From The Original 70MM Six Track Dolby Stereo Soundtrack (5.1 Audio Mix Also Included)
– NEW Audio Commentary With Director Of Photography Dean Cundey
– NEW Audio Commentary With Co-producer Stuart Cohen
– Audio Commentary By Director John Carpenter And Environmentally Kurt Russell
– Teaser Trailer (1 minute)
– Theatrical Trailers (U.S. And German) (5 minutes)
– TV Spots (1 minute)
– Radio Spots (2 minutes)
– However Gallery (Behind-The-Scenes Photos, Posters And Lobby Cards) (15 minutes)
– NEW Requiem For A Twist Shifter — An Interview With Director John Carpenter In Conversation With Filmmaker Mick Garris (28 minutes)
– NEW The Men Of Outpost 31 — Proof With Keith David, Wilford Brimley, David Clennon, Thomas Waites, Peter Maloney, Richard Masur And Joel Polis (51 minutes)
– NEW Assembling And Assimilation — An Interview With Editor Todd Ramsay (11 minutes)
– NEW Fixing The Chameleon: The Sights Of THE THING — Evidence With Visual Effects Artists Peter Kuran And Susan Turner, Particular Make-up Effects Artist Rob Burman, Brian Wade And Stop Motion Animators Randall William Cook And Jim Aupperle (25 minutes)
– NEW Sounds From Your Cold — Interviews With Supervising Sound Editor David Lewis Yewdall And Distinctive Audio Effects Designer Alan Howarth (15 minutes)
– NEW Between The Lines — A Interview With Novelization Author Alan Dean Foster (16 minutes)
– NEW Back Into The Cold: A Return To The Shooting Locations Of THE THING — A Animated Photo Gallery Narrated From Todd Cameron Of Outpost31.com
– NEW The Art Of Mike Ploog Gallery (12 minutes)
– John Carpenter’s The Thing: Terror Takes Shape — A Documentary About The Making Of THE THING Featuring Interviews With John Carpenter, Kurt Russell, Special Effects Make-up Designer Rob Bottin, Legendary Matte Artist Albert Whitlock Plus Members Of The Cast And Crew (80 moments — SD)
– Network TV Broadcast Version Of THE THING (92 moments — SD)
– Outtakes (5 minutes — SD)
– Vintage Featurettes In Your Electronic Press Kit Featuring Interviews With John Carpenter, Kurt Russell And Rob Bottin (13 moments — SD)
– Vintage Featurettes — The Benefits Of A Chilling Tale And The Making Of THE THING (14 moments — SD)
– Vintage Product Reel — Includes A Condensed Version Of The Film With Added – Footage Not In The Film (19 moments — SD)
– Vintage Behind-The-Scenes Footage (2 moments — SD)
– Annotated Production Archive — Production Art And Storyboards, Location Scouting, Particular Make-up Effects, Post Production (54 moments — SD)

The Hills Have Eyes

– Brand new 4K recovery from original film elements, supervised by producer Peter Locke
– High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
– Original mono audio
– Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
– 6 x postcards
– Reversible fold-out poster containing fresh and new art
– Limited edition booklet containing new writing about the film by critic Brad Stevens along with also a thought of the Hills franchise by Ewan Cant, illustrated with first archive stills
– Audio commentary with Wes Craven and Peter Locke
– Looking Back on The Hills Have Eyes — making-of documentary containing interviews with Craven, Locke, celebrities Michael Berryman, Dee Wallace, Janus Blythe, Robert Houston, Susan Lanier and director of photography Eric Saarinen
– The Desert Sessions — new interview with composer Don Peake
– Alternate end, in HD for the first time
– Trailers and TV Spots
– Picture Gallery
– Original Screenplay (BD/DVD-ROM Content)
– Reversible sleeve featuring original and recently commissioned art by Paul Shipper

Dark Water

– High Definition digital transfer
– High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations
– Original 5.1 audio (DTS-HD about the Blu-ray)
– Brand new interview with director Hideo Nakata
– Brand new interview with novelist Koji Suzuki
– Brand new interview with cinematographer Junichiro Hayashi
– Archive interview with celebrity Asami Mizukawa
– Original ‘Making of’ documentary
– Trailer
– Reversible sleeve featuring original and recently commissioned art by Peter Strain

Adventure Time – Season Six

– Food Chain Featurette
– tune Demos
– Animatics
– Galleries

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Dr. Ken – Season One

Portlandia – Season Six

Supermansion – Season One

Hannibal: The Complete Series

Knight Rider: The Complete Series

Miami Vice: The Complete Series

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Bitten: The Complete Series

Kolchak: The Night Stalker – The Complete Series

Monk: The Complete Series

Sliders – The Complete Series

The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series

Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders

Lights Out


Papa Hemingway in Cuba

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