Thursday, September 12, 2019

PICASSO TRIGGER (1988), SAVAGE BEACH (1989), GUNS (1990) & DO OR DIE (1991) (Mill Creek Entertainment Blu-ray review)

PICASSO TRIGGER (1988) 

Label: Mill Creek Entertainment 
Region Code: A 
Duration: 99 Minutes 
Rating: R
Video: 1080P HD Widescreen (1.78:1)
Audio: English DTS-HD MA 2.0 with Optional English Subtitles 
Director: Andy Sidaris
Cast: Steve Bond, Dona Speir, Hope Marie Carlton, Harold Diamond, John Aprea, Roberta Vasquez

In the Andy Sidaris fever-dream action fantasy Picasso Trigger we have the oft-nude agents, former Playboy Playmates 'natch, Donna (Dona Speir, Dragnet) and Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton, Slaughterhouse Rock) working for the Agency once more, wearing body-hugging outfits when wearing any clothes at all. The story this time around is that bad-man  Miguel Ortiz (Rodrigo Obregón, Hard Ticket To Hawaii)is out to eliminate all the Agency agents responsible for the death of his brother in the last film, beginning with assassinating double-agent code-named the Picasso Trigger (John Aprea, Caged Heat), then setting is sights on the busty Dona and Taryn, by blowing up their houseboat with an R/C plane armed with an explosive device - director Andy Sidaris must have been an R/C enthusiast, it seems that most of his films have some version of them. The lovely ladies survive the assassination attempt and team-up with Agency agents Travis Abilene (Steve Bond, Gas Pump Girls) and the sexy Pantera (Roberta Vasquez) to snag Ortiz before he can kill them all. 

This is the usual silly stuff from Sidaris, action-packed nonsense peppered with copious amounts of glistening nudity, terribly tasty dim-dialogue and action set pieces that while not reaching the levels of Hard Ticket To Hawaii are plenty of fun. How can you not love a crutch that conceals a rocket launcher, and the dance routine of  undercover agents Kym (Kym Malin, Joysticks) and Patticakes (Patty Duffek) are not to be missed. Totally cheesy, totally fun, absolutely ridiculous, that's how Andy Sidaris made 'em and that's why we love 'em for the most part.  

Special Features: 
- All new 4K transfer by the American Genre Film Archive
- Introduction by Director Andy Sidaris & Julie Strain 
- Audio Commentary with Andy and Arlene Sidaris
- Malibu Bay Trailers
- Behind-the-Scenes Featurette 
SAVAGE BEACH (1989) 

Label: Mill Creek Entertainment 
Region Code: A 
Duration: 95 Minutes 
Rating: R
Video: 1080P HD Widescreen (1.78:1)
Audio: English DTS-HD MA 2.0 with Optional English Subtitles 
Director: Andy Sidaris
Cast: Dona Speir, Hope Marie Carlton, John Aprea, Bruce Penhall, Rodrigo Obregon, Michael J. Shane

Foxy secret-agents Donna (Dona Spier) and Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton) returned in Andy Sidaris's Savage Beach (1989), a real fun entry from the director, with our former Playboy Playmates characters crashing their plane on an uncharted island while trying to deliver a vaccine to dying kids! On the island the ladies manage to get mixed up in a bad-guys (Rodrigo Obregón) U.S. military aided plot to recover some stolen WWII-era gold that's on the island, which is being protected by a former Japanese soldier who is also stranded on the island. This one has some jungle-fun set pieces that looks great in film, lots of eye candy, plus we get the usual array of nudity, hot girls in hot tubs, and Donna and Taryn putting their plane  auto-pilot before getting nude in the cockpit - no wonder they crashed! Highlight include an appearance from former Playboy Playmate and porn star Teri Weigel (Cheerleader Camp)  as the bad-guys revolutionary Filipino girlfriend, and Lisa London showing up as another agent from Agency. It's just another Sidaris action-gem stuffed with the usual golden treasures, including hara-kari, lota of blood, boobs and babes, plus drug-stuffed pineapples, but strangely there are no R/C delivered explosives this time.    

Special Features: 
- All new 4K transfer by the American Genre Film Archive
- Introduction by Director Andy Sidaris & Julie Strain 
- Audio Commentary with Andy and Arlene Sidaris
- Malibu Bay Trailers
- Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
GUNS (1990)

Label: Mill Creek Entertainment 
Region Code: A 
Duration: 96 Minutes 
Rating: R
Video: 1080P HD Widescreen (1.78:1)
Audio: English DTS-HD MA 2.0 with Optional English Subtitles 
Director: Andy Sidaris
Cast: Erik Estrada, Dona Speir, Roberta Vasquez, Bruce Penhall, Cynthia Brimhall, William Bumiller

Sidaris' movies rarely wrestle any sort of actual emotion from me, but Guns 91990) manages it, I was a bit broken up that the pairing of Dona (Dona Speir) and Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton)as Agency agents is broken-up, Dona this time around is partnered up with a new sidekick by way of Nicole (Roberta Vasquez, Savage Beach). This film's baddie is a South American gun-runner played by Erik Estrada (TV's CHiPs) who is in Vegas trying to smuggle some Chinese mega-guns into the country. This one loses some of the Hawaiian charm and appeal that made the earlier entries so attractive, but it's not without it's charms, and the killer explosive R/C vehicle is back! 

Estrada is fun as the villain here, clearly having a good time vamping it up, aided by his right-hand man Tong (Danny Trejo, Machete), with plenty of corny dialogue, unexpected ninjas, tits and ass and a ridiculous sex scene atop a motorcycle, plus we get Cynthia Brimhall (Picasso Trigger) as a rhinestone-thong clad crooner.   

Special Features: 
- All new 4K transfer by the American Genre Film Archive
- Introduction by Director Andy Sidaris & Julie Strain 
- Audio Commentary with Andy and Arlene Sidaris
- Malibu Bay Trailers
- Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
DO OR DIE (1991) 

Label: Mill Creek Entertainment 
Region Code: A 
Duration: 97 Minutes 
Rating: R
Video: 1080P HD Widescreen (1.78:1)
Audio: English DTS-HD MA 2.0 with Optional English Subtitles 
Director: Andy Sidaris
Cast: Pat Morita, Erik Estrada, Dona Speir, 
Roberta Vasquez, Bruce Penhall, Cynthia Brimhall

Sure, Erik Estrada's bad-guy might have gone boom in the previous film but Andy Sidaris brought him back in his next film, this time as a good-guy, an agent working with Donna (Dona Speir) and Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton). The bad-guy in this one is Pat Morita - that's right, friggin' Mr. Miyagi from the Karate Kid!  The ladies run afoul of the baddie after upsetting several of his criminal organizations nefarious plans, so he sets several teams of assassins to take out the ladies in a series of gun play and explosions that are par for the course for Sidaris. Highlights include a pair of cross-dressing hitmen, and poor Lisa London's death with a bullet to the head, which caught me by surprise! This is not Sidaris' finest moment, Morita is a lame-ass villain, it's Mr. Miyagi for Christ's sake, but it's not without it's share of Andy's patented formula of bullets, bombs and babes that made his brand of t&A fueled action-fantasy so darn entertaining if all together not good, it was always at least passably entertaining, and this is definitely passably entertaining, just not on par with Savage beach or Hard Ticket To Hawaii, which for Andy Sidaris were high watermarks.    

Special Features: 
- All new 4K transfer by the American Genre Film Archive
- Introduction by Director Andy Sidaris & Julie Strain 
- Audio Commentary with Andy and Arlene Sidaris
- Malibu Bay Trailers
- Behind-the-Scenes Featurette

Audio/Video: All four of these films arrive on Blu-ray from Mill Creek Entertainment with 4K restorations prepared by the America Genre Film Archive (AGFA) that looks pretty dang spiffy. There's some rough edges by way of vertical lines throughout the presentation, but the grain structure is rich, colors are vibrant, and the plentifully displayed skin tones looks natural. The image and colors  are much brighter compared to the previously released DVD, but the image is cropped from the original full frame to create a widescreen 1.78:1 presentation that's HD TV friendly, but the cropping looks good and doesn't looked cramped. 

The discs all include English DTS-HD MA stereo audio that sounds good, it's clean and well-balanced with optional English Subtitles are provided. 


All the extras are ported over from the previous special edition DVDs, we get an introductions for each film from director Andy Sidaris who is joined by often topless Julie Strain, plus an audio commentaries for all four films from the director and his wife, plus each disc has 22-mins of Malibu Bay trailers, and behind-the-scenes footage. These release also comes with a digital code of the film for Mill Creek Entertainment proprietary streaming service movieSPREE. 

I love seeing these cheese-tastic action films from director Andy Sidaris getting the Blu-ray treatment, I believe their are still six more that have not been released in HD, so here's hoping Mill Creek Entertainment are selling enough of these suckers to merit the whole collection eventually getting Blu'd and into the hands of fans who crave that patented Sidaris formula of bullets, bombs and babes in hi-def.  

DRIVE-IN DELIRIUM: DEAD BY DAWN (2019) (Umbrella Blu-ray review)

DRIVE-IN DELIRIUM: DEAD BY DAWN (2019) 

Label: Umbrella Entertainment
Region Code: Region-FREE
Rating: R
Duration: 378 Minutes+
Audio: English Dolby Digital Mono 2.0 
Video: 1080p HD Widescreen & Fullscreen
Director: Various
Cast: Various 


Synopsis: The crypt of coming attractions has been defiled once more unleashing a shock-quenching installment devoted to flesh & blood.  Gushing with over 6 hours of old school slice & dice, Giallo grooviness, Hammer Glamour, gut munching cannibal capers, swanky Euro-trash and creature feature monster madness (not to mention a tsunami of boobs & pubes) - Drive-In Delirium: Dead By Dawn is an all-out high-def attack on your mental tolerance for blood, breasts and beasts! 


Drive-In Delirium: Dead By Dawn is more horror-centric than the previous Drive-In Delirium: With a Vengeance entry, starting  off strong with Part One: The Final Chapter, opening with a series of nostalgic black and white creature features from the 50's and into the 70's and beyond with stuff like The Swarm and the gore-tastic Slugs, then moving into a nice smattering of vintage Hammer horror, 80's gore, Ozploitation, cannibalism and then into some vintage Italian Gialli by way of Four Flies on Grey Velvet and Short Night Of Glass Dolls, there's even a bit of unsavory Naziploitation right there at the end. 


Part Two: A New Beginning begins with a frightful dose of Hitchcock before getting into some gimmicky William Castle classics, then settling into a mixture of vintage horror classics like Black Christmas, Night of the Living Dead, and The Changeling, along with more straight-up thrillers like Play Misty For Me and Wait Until Dark. This second half is a bit uneven but heavy on fun horror classics, before detouring into some  straight-up 80's comedy by way of Caddyshack, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, Strange Brew and Valley Girls. 


The bonus Bride of VHS Delirium trailers include VHS-era horror staples like Lucio Fulci's The Beyond, Cannibal Apocalypse, Argento's Creepers, The House On Sorority Row, I Spit On Your Grave, Madman and The Mutilator. 


This Dead By Dawn edition of Drive-In Delirium is drenched in horror along with some fun non-horror detours that take us into the realm of thrillers, comedy and cult-classics. It makes for a bit of uneven watch but it also prevents movie trailer fatigue which tends to happen when you have too many of the same genre trailers lumped in together. At over eight-hours in length I appreciated the diversity, if you're into trailer compilations this is another fantastic Drive-In Delirium entry from Umbrella.


Audio/Video: Drive-In Delirium: Dead By Dawn (2019) arrives on region-free Blu-ray from Umbrella Entertainment, presenting the trailers in various widescreen and fullframe aspect ratios. The quality of the trailers are generally fantastic, they look like they've been cleaned-up a bit, but still maintain the film grain and minor film imperfections that give it a cinematic feel. The bonus VHS sourced trailer reel is in considerably worse shape, offering cropped fullframe presentations that are murky and dupey looking, but at the same time offering plenty of that rough-looking VHS nostalgia factor. 


Audio on the disc comes by way of an English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono track that offers a largely clean presentation with some minor age related audio hiss and imperfection coming through at times, but like the video presentation, this is an absolutely solid listen.


The only extra is the aforementioned sixty-minute bonus VHS trailer reel in standard-definition, which is not insignificant. The single-disc release arrives in an oversized Blu-ray keepcase with a sleeve of artwork featuring a hodgepodge of images from the original movie posters for some of the films on the set.  The disc itself features the signature image of a dirty 35mm film can as do the other installments in the series.

On the flipside of the wrap you will find a complete listing of the 2-part main feature trailers on this set, minus the VHS bonus  trailers, plus an image/advertisement for the other Drive-In Delirium releases available on Blu-ray from Umbrella. 

Complete Trailer Listing:
Part One: The Final Chapter(184 min)



Part Two: A New Beginning (194 min) 



Bonus: Bride of VHS Delirium

  • The Beyond
  • Cannibal Apocalypse 
  • Creepers 
  • The Dark 
  • Epitaph 
  • The Evictors
  • The House On Sorority Row 
  • I Spit On Your Grave 
  • LA Crack Down 
  • Madman 
  • The Mutilator 
  • Night Of The Zombies 
  • Rape Squad 
  • Savage Man Savage Beast 
  • The Slayer 
  • Splatter University 
  • Squirm 
  • Trapped 
  • Dario Argento's World Of Horror 
  • Bloody New Year 
  • Blood Theater 
  • Silent Night Deadly Night 2 
  • The Initiation 
  • Spookies
  • The Return Of Count Yorga
  • Tenebrae
  • Demons 2
  • Reborn
  • Sole Survivor
  • Android
  • The Lost Empire
  • Prisoners Of The Lost Universe
  • Battle For The Lost Planet 
  • The Brother From Another Planet
  • Hamburger
  • Pinball Summer
  • Stitches
  • Hot Dog The Movie 
  • Waitress 
  • Stuck On You 
  • The First Turn-On
  • Feelin' Up 
  • The Princess And The Call Girl
  • Blackout 
  • The Guardian
  • Family And Honor
  • The Professor 
  • Golden Needles 
  • Diva 
  • Ms. 45 
  • Rape Squad
  • Pray For Death 
  • Rage Of Honor 
  • The Retaliator
  • Feel The Heat 
  • Survival Game 
  • Commando Squad
  • Double Revenge
  • Rage To Kill 
  • Snake Eater


Wednesday, September 11, 2019

MILL CREEK ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES NEXT WAVE OF ULTRAMAN BLU-RAY RELEASES

MILL CREEK ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES NEXT WAVE OF ULTRAMAN RELEASES WHICH INCLUDES THE CLASSIC ULTRASEVEN SERIES AND TWO CONTEMPORARY SERIES PLUS MOVIE COMBO PACKS

ULTRAMAN ORB and ULTRAMAN GEED are Slated for Blu-ray Release on November 19 – ULTRASEVEN SteelBook® and Standard Blu-ray releasing on December 10!


Minneapolis, MN (September 11, 2019) Mill Creek Entertainment is pleased to announce the next group of releases from the Ultraman superhero library recently licensed from Tsuburaya Productions Co., Ltd for North American home entertainment distribution.  ULTRAMAN ORB and ULTRAMAN GEED will be making their North American debut as Blu-ray combo packs that include the complete series and subsequent feature films that concluded each respective storyline for $39.98 each on November 19, 2019. The 1967 series ULTRASEVEN will also be making its Blu-ray debut in limited edition SteelBook® packaging for $49.98 and a standard Blu-ray release will also be made available for $39.98 on December 10, 2019. 

ULTRASEVEN is the third entry in the Ultra Series, featuring the colossal monsters and spectacular visual effects the Tsuburaya team is known for.  The show premiered in October of 1967 to rave reviews and appealing to a wider, adult audience with a greater emphasis placed on alien threats and social issues that were not as clear-cut as good and evil.  ULTRASEVEN proved there was a winning formula with a more cerebral series that questioned the actions of the Ultra Heroes as they fought against giant monsters and alien hordes bent on human domination.  The SteelBook® and standard Blu-ray releases of ULTRASEVEN will each contain stunning high definition video for 48 half-hour episodes with DTS-HD Master Audio of the original Japanese soundtrack with English subtitles. Digital redemption will also be available via Mill Creek Entertainment’s streaming service, movieSPREE.

ULTRAMAN ORB was originally released in 2016 in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Ultraman and the 20th anniversary of the franchise’s relaunch with ULTRAMAN TIGA. The series stars Hideo Ishiguro as Gai Kurenai (ULTRAMAN ORB, “The Warrior of Light”), who calls upon the power of previous Ultra Heroes via a device called the Orb Ring to fight Demon King Beasts released by the mysterious Jugglus Juggler after they were sealed away by Ultra Warriors long ago.  Also included with the complete, 25-episode series is the theatrical feature film ULTRAMAN ORB: THE MOVIE – LET ME BORROW THE POWER OF BONDS!  The titular hero joins forces with Ultraman Zero and Ultraseven to rescue the “New Generation Heroes” Ultraman Ginga, Ultraman Victory and Ultraman X and prevent an unprecedented global crisis.

ULTRAMAN GEED is the story of a young Ultra Warrior who carries the DNA of an infamous father, the evil Ultraman Belial, but fights his fate to become a hero of justice.  This 25-episode series also includes the top-grossing feature ULTRAMAN GEED: THE MOVIE – CONNECT THE WISHES!  With Earth about to be swallowed up in the cyber subdimension and annihilated, the power of “wishes” will cause Geed to undergo a further transformation and fight against an alien force threatening intelligent life across the universe. 

The classic ULTRAMAN live television series of the 1960s and 70s, produced by Tsuburaya Productions, established new heights of quality adventure and special effects-driven entertainment and built a worldwide audience for the property. Hailing from the distant Nebula M78, Ultraman is a sleek silvery being who protects Earth and the human race from an endless array of invading aliens and terrifying monsters together with the crew of the Earth-based defense force using advanced high-tech weapons and vehicles. Ultraman battles monsters that cause endless mayhem and destruction on Earth. With the ability to extend his height to over 150 feet, Ultraman melds with a human and only emerges in times of extreme danger to save people and the Earth. The popularity of Ultraman—and the aliens and monsters-- has enabled the series to persist to this day.

Mill Creek Entertainment has established itself as the leading independent home entertainment studio in North America. From special edition Complete TV Series releases including The ShieldMarried…With Children, and Roseanne, to special edition SteelBook® release of Mothra and an entire lineup of Retro VHS-style movies on Blu-ray, Mill Creek’s extensive catalog contains both mainstream and cult entertainment offerings that have exceeded performance expectations at retail despite the declining packaged media industry reports. 


About Mill Creek Entertainment
Mill Creek Entertainment is the home entertainment industry’s leading independent studio for Blu-ray, DVD, and digital distribution. With direct sales pipelines to all primary retail and online partners, Mill Creek Entertainment licenses, produces, markets and distributes a dynamic array of film and television content to over 30,000 retail stores and thousands of websites reaching millions of customers across North America. Mill Creek Entertainment’s expansive library includes Oscar®-winning theatrical feature films, Emmy®-winning classic and current TV series, original documentary productions and pop-culture favorites that enlighten, educate and entertain. Mill Creek Entertainment also owns and operates movieSPREE, an on-demand transactional streaming service offering movie bundles, complete TV series and premium entertainment options with apps available on Roku, AppleTV, iOS, Amazon Fire TV, Android and iOS. Mill Creek Entertainment is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. For more information, please visit www.millcreekent.com or www.movieSPREE.com 

ULTRASEVEN - THE COMPLETE SERIES - SteelBook

 
  
A Powerful Fighter Defends Earth From Invasion!
In the Age of Interplanetary Wars, Earth is in danger from those who would threaten its very existence. From their massive underground complex near Mt. Fuji the Ultra Guard, an elite unit of the Terrestrial Defense Force, stands vigilant as our decisive first-line of defense. But unbeknownst to his teammates, Dan Moroboshi is secretly an extraterrestrial aiding them in their fight to preserve the future of humanity. Dubbed Ultraseven, he aides the Ultra Guard in fighting back alien hordes that would doom the world to conquest.
A far greater threat emerges, though, as Ultraseven sees the consequences of his power: can he maintain his soul in the face of constant violence, even when that is necessary to protect his newfound friends?
SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • Highly collectible SteelBook packaging!
  • Complete, original Japanese broadcast edits - fully remastered and restored in HD
  • Lossless DTS-HD Master Audio
  • 28-page collectible booklet
  • Digital Redeption on movieSPREE!
Watch a 10 minute preview of the first Ultraseven episode in HD!
 

ULTRASEVEN - THE COMPLETE SERIES - Blu-ray

 
  
The follow-up series after the worldwide phenomenon ULTRAMAN!
In the Age of Interplanetary Wars, Earth is in danger from those who would threaten its very existence. From their massive underground complex near Mt. Fuji the Ultra Guard, an elite unit of the Terrestrial Defense Force, stands vigilant as our decisive first-line of defense. But unbeknownst to his teammates, Dan Moroboshi is secretly an extraterrestrial aiding them in their fight to preserve the future of humanity. Dubbed Ultraseven, he aides the Ultra Guard in fighting back alien hordes that would doom the world to conquest.
A far greater threat emerges, though, as Ultraseven sees the consequences of his power: can he maintain his soul in the face of constant violence, even when that is necessary to protect his newfound friends?
SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • Complete, original Japanese broadcast edits - fully remastered and restored in HD
  • Lossless DTS-HD Master Audio
  • 28-page collectible booklet
  • Digital Redeption on movieSPREE!
Watch an epic fight scene from Ultraseven in HD!
 

ULTRAMAN ORB - SERIES + MOVIE - Blu-ray

 

  
ULTRAMAN ORB – THE SERIES
Naomi has had the same strange dream since she was young: visions of a giant of light battling a giant monster. With her interest sparked by those dreams, she starts the paranormal phenomena tracking website called “SSP” with her friends Jetta and Shin. One day the trio is on the tail of a mysterious animal suspected of causing strange meteorological activity. They encounter the Cyclone Lord Monster, Maga-Basser!  Naomi is blasted vicious winds but rescued by the vagabond, Gai Kuernai. By using his Orb Ring, Gai is able to Fusion Up into a warrior of light from a distant galaxy, Ultraman Orb!
ULTRAMAN ORB – THE MOVIE – Let Me Borrow The Power of Bonds!
A mysterious item is delivered to paranormal investigators SSP.  SSP members Naomi, Jetta and Shin determine that it is a transformation device… the X Devizer that housed Ultraman X both during and after his merging with Xio agent Daichi Oozora (Kensuke Takahashi). Gai Kurenai (Hideo Ishiguro), the human form of Ultraman Orb returns from his wanderings to search for X… unaware that this is just the first sign of a new threat to the Earth.  The villainous space witch Murnau has allied with Ultraman Orb’s arch enemy Jugglus Juggler to use the Dark Ring she now possesses.
SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • Special combo pack of all 25 episode of ULTRAMAN ORB along with the theatrcial feature film
  • Home video debut in North America
  • Lossless DTS-HD Master Audio
  • 28-page collectible booklet
  • Digital Redeption on movieSPREE!
Watch a 10 minute preview of the first Ultraman Orb episode in HD!
 

ULTRAMAN GEED - SERIES + MOVIE - Blu-ray

 
  
ULTRAMAN GEED – THE SERIES
This is a story of a hero who inherits Ultraman Belial, the evil Ultraman’s genes.  Despite suffering from repeating setbacks and despair of knowing the secret of his birth and cruel fate, he never loses sight of friendship and strong will to become a true hero.  The story unfolds through the spiritual growth of the protagonist who seeks for the meaning of his own life and finds the place where he belongs, through fighting against evil and his own cursed destiny, to become a hero of justice

ULTRAMAN GEED – THE MOVIE – Connect the Wishes
Gigantic Mechanical Brain Gillvalis and the Galactron Army, intent on wiping out all intelligent lifeforms in the universe, close in on Earth. Riku Asakura heads for Okinawa, where there are said to be clues to the “Red Steel” sought by Gilbaris. There, Riku encounters Ail, who realizes that he is Ultraman and assigns him an important mission. Meanwhile, the Galactron Army begins attacking Okinawa
in search of the “Red Steel”. Ultraman Geed, Orb, and Zero rush to Earth, but Geed’s hasty actions in sticking to his mission put the Ultraman team in even more danger!
SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • Special combo pack of all 25 episode of ULTRAMAN GEED along with the theatrcial feature film
  • Home video debut in North America
  • Lossless DTS-HD Master Audio
  • 28-page collectible booklet
  • Digital Redeption on movieSPREE!