Star Trek Films, Original TV Show on Blu-ray, Plus Bond & Classic Disney Shorts
-- Where No Man Has Gone Before: The Visual Effects of STAR TREK I: THE WRATH OF KHAN
-- Star Trek: The Captains' Summit (HD)
TAKEN on DVD and Blu-ray
A former spy relies on his special skills and killer instinct as he hunts down the men who kidnapped his daughter in TAKEN, an adrenaline fueled drama available on Blu-ray Disc (BD) and two-disc extended cut DVD with digital copy May 12 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Academy Award-nominee Liam Neeson stars as Brian Mills, a former secret agent trained in hand to hand combat who struggles as a divorcee and father of 17-year old Kim (Maggie Grace).
Living with Brian's ex-wife Lenore (Famke Janssen), Kim rarely gets the chance to see her father, but when she does he is often smothering and overbearing. When the opportunity arises to travel to Europe with her best friend, Kim convinces her dad to let her go on the trip by leaving out some very important details. The first stop for the girls is Paris, but hours after they arrive they are victims of a disturbing break-in and abducted by an Albanian criminal organization. Now, with only 96 hours to find his daughter before she will disappear forever, time is running out and Brian Mills must put his CIA expertise to the test before it's too late.
Loaded with action, suspense and excitement at every turn, the TAKEN Blu-ray Disc and DVD reveal an intense two-disc extended cut of the film with Digital Copy for portable media players. Additional bonus features include audio commentaries by the director, writer and cinematographers, exclusive behind-the-scenes "making of" featurette and action packed side-by-side comparisons.
Two-Disc Extended Cut DVD and Blu-ray Special Features Include:
-- Extended Cut seamlessly branched with Audio commentary with Director Pierre Morel, Writer Robert Mark Kamen, and Cinematographers Michel Abramowicz and Michel Julienne
-- Exclusive Le "Making Of" featurette
-- Inside Action: Side by Side Comparisons of:
* Peter Dies
* Bryan Escapes Construction Site
* Bryan at Saint Clair's
* Boat Fight
-- Black OPS Field Manual
-- Avant Premiere
Digital Copy File of TAKEN for Portable Players
Single-Disc Extended Cut DVD Special Features Include:
The TAKEN single-disc Extended Cut DVD is presented in widescreen format (2.40:01) with English 5.1 Dolby Surround and Spanish/French Dolby Surround with English, French and Spanish subtitles.
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: Season 7 on DVD
It's been 25 years since Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello, emerged from the sewers of Manhattan and were transformed into heroes-in-a-half-shell battling petty criminals, evil megalomaniacs, and alien invaders. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, Lionsgate Home Entertainment is presenting all 27 episodes of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: Season 7, available for the first-time ever on DVD. Fans can collect the commemorative set that will be sold as four separate DVDs, each featuring different episodes from Season 7 and a Mini-Classic Turtles Action Figure! All four DVDs feature a different turtle on the cover, and fit together to create one power-packed scene with all of the wise-cracking, pizza-obsessed superheroes aligned and ready for battling evil.
Although the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brand originated with comic books first published by Mirage Studios in 1984, the "heroes in a half shell" found pop culture fame in large part due to the animated television series that ran from 1987-1997. The original animated series has enjoyed phenomenal success on DVD with more than 1.3 million DVD's sold to date.
Season 7 -- Part 1 (Episodes 1-6): The Leonardo Slice
It's been 25 awesome years (whoa!) since four turtles fell into the sewers and were transformed into radical heroes-in-a-half-shell. Join the shellebration as the heroic Turtles save the Eiffel Tower, stop a glacier meltdown, ride a wild tidal wave and much, much more in six outrageously exciting adventures!
Season 7 -- Part 2 (Episodes 7-13): The Michelangelo Slice