Remember when DVDs started getting popular around the late ’90s? Sure, it was a great time as the technology was new and things like special features blew our minds, but it has been 10 years now. DVD tech from that long ago age has improved vastly, but many popular films have yet to be updated with better quality picture, sound and features.
Some titles are finally getting their due respect, however, as we found out today when DVDActive scored the new cover art for the Collector’s Edition DVD of Bram Stoker’s Dracula starring Winona Ryder, Sir Anthony Hopkins and of course Gary Oldman as the romantic bloodsucking count.
So, what will make this new dip worth the price of admission? Aside from the flick’s appearance on Blu-Ray, the special features have been enhanced and so has the film itself. The remastered anamorphic widescreen version will come packed with a commentary track and introduction by Francis Ford Coppola, deleted scenes, a documentary and other unspecified extras. Thank you, Sony!!!
Wow … how often do you get to say that?
This new edition of Dracula, in stores October 2nd, has not found its way to the Evilshop yet, but as soon as it is we will let you know.
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