Tim Burton's CORPSE BRIDE
Warner has announced the Specs, date and Cover Art for it's upcoming release of Tim Burton's Corpse Bride. The DVD is set for a January 31st release. Here's the full extras list for this Horror / Animated-Comedy / Romantic...thing...
- 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen
- English Dolby Digital 5.1 EX
- Documentaries on how an animator approaches his character's motivation and why individual animators possess unique skills
- Tim Burton: Dark vs. Light featurette featurette
- Voices from the Underworld featurette on the voice talent
- Danny Elfman Interprets The Two Worlds featurette
- Inside the Two Worlds section that includes interviews
- Behind-the-scenes footage and production drawings.
- A music only track
- Making Puppets Tick featurette
- Corpse Bride pre-production galleries
- Production notes
Even fairy tale characters know what's the best portion of the female anatomy, next to the brain of course...*cough*...Click here to watch some nicely shaped Animated boobies.
After taking the box office by storm, Saw II (see Arrow's review here) and it's makers are banking on making some more "bank" in the DVD department. Fango got the scoop of the upcoming DVD from Lions Gate. It is scheduled to debut sometime in February and will boast the following extras to go along with an entertaining 2 hours of bloody fun...
- Audio commentary by director Darren Lynn Bousman and star Donnie Wahlberg
- The Making of SAW II featurette
- The Traps of SAW II featurette
- Creating the World of SAW II featurette
- Sounds of SAW II featurette
- Sharpening the Blade: The Postproduction of SAW II featurette
If you look closely, you can see Arrow working profusely on tracking down Jigsaw's latest gadget goodness. When the actual date, full spec sheet and cover art are available, you can be sure they will be found in your Buzz-Saw column :)
Also from Lions Gate comes the news of the upcoming Two-Disc DVD release of 3 Extremes. The DVD set is a an Asian Horror Anthology featuring some of the best in Asian horror. Those being directors Fruit Chan, Takashi Miike and Park Chan-wook. The DVD is set for a February 28th release. Here's some of the extras that have been announced...
- " Dumplings", Chan's feature-length expansion of his "Extremes" segment
- Commentary by Miike (in Japanese with subtitles) on his BOX story.
- Anamorphic widescreen
- Dolby 5.1 release
- English and Spanish subtitles
No Pre-Order info yet kiddies...
That's it for this latest edition of Buzz-Saw, *insert cheesy sign-off phrase here*...