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DVD Releases: November 14-20

13th November 2010

mossThis week, there are two movies released for the first time on DVD, one Blue-Ray release and a single disc release of a film that just appeared on DVD about a month ago. Not pictured left are the Blue-Ray release of The Servant and 71: Into the Fire.  The former has a recommended retail price of 33,000 KRW and will be released November 18. The latter movie will be released November 19 and is priced starting at 22,000 KRW.  Pictured in this post are the two films that have never been released on DVD.  Probably of most interest to the greatest number of people is MOSS, in theaters this past summer. The stats for Moss are as follows– Number of discs: 2/ Subtitles: Korean & English/ Rating: ages 18+/Format: 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen/ Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1/ Special features: Optional commentary by Kang Woo-seok (director), Jeong Jae-yeong, Park Hae-il, Yoo Joon-sang, Yoo Seon, Yoo Hae-jin, Kim Sang-ho, original story, making, set, make-up, poster, trailers/ Recommended Price: 27,500 KRW/ Available: November 18

GOLDEN Wing 1*2*3–Here is something I am happy to see!  I had originally written about the sequel to this film, Robot Taekwon V Meets the Golden Wing, and was a little confused as I was unfamilar with the Golden Wing characters and little explanation was given.  This movie had previously been released Blue-Ray, but had not been given a DVD. Now it is available, and with English subtitles!  The stats are as follows:  Number of dics: 1/ Subtitles: Korean & English/ Format: 1.66:1 Vista Vision/ Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0/ Region Code: All Regions/ Recommeded Price: 22,000 KRW/ Available: November 16

I will be buying both of these this week.

One Response to “DVD Releases: November 14-20”

  1. Seen in Jeonju » Blog Archive » Golden Wing 1,2,3 (1978) Says:

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