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Silence of the Lambs on Blu-ray March 3rd!





Silence of the Lambs on Blu-rayAre you ready to see a great big fat person in high definition? Don’t worry, you’ve got until March 3rd to prepare; that’s when MGM puts Silence of the Lambs out on glorious Blu-ray! Never before have Lecter’s slurping, Clarice’s vacant stare or Buffalo Bill’s wonderfully disturbing dance looked or sounded so good!

The specs for this sucker are legion. Check it out:

  • “Breaking The Silence” feature
  • ”Understanding the Madness” feature
  • ”Inside The Labyrinth: Making The Silence Of The Lambs” documentary
  • The Silence Of The Lambs: Page To Screen” two-part documentary
  • "Scoring The Silence" featurette
  • Original 1991 “Making of” featurette
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Outtakes Reel
  • Anthony Hopkins Phone Message (audio only)
  • TV Spots
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Teaser Trailer
  • Not bad, not bad at all; truly a release worthy of a movie this good. Use the link below to pre-order the disc now!

    - Johnny Butane

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    syd13's picture

    I'm disappointed the extras on the criterion edition still haven't been combined with the docs produced by mgm. Don't think I'll upgrade till an ultimate edition is released. and if it never is, then I'll have to be happy with my non-animorphic, but beautifully put together criterion edition.


    Submitted by syd13 on Wed, 01/14/2009 - 10:32pm.
    Cash Bailey's picture

    Sweet.

    This is a movie that's become easy to dismiss based on the sheer impact it had when it came out. Because surely no movie since (apart from perhaps THE MATRIX) became such a quoted and parodied piece of pop culture.

    But I watched it again about a year ago and I was blown away all over again by how superbly made it is. Script, direction and performances are all first-rate.

    So hopefully this Blu-Ray release lives up to the film itself.


    Submitted by Cash Bailey on Wed, 01/14/2009 - 7:42pm.
    moderator I didn't love it the first
    Debi Moore's picture

    I didn't love it the first time I saw it -- it had been so built up by the time I got around to renting it that it was very anti-climactic. Really looking forward to watching it again on Blu-ray. I'm hoping it blows me away like my recent re-viewing of The Shining did.


    Submitted by Debi Moore on Wed, 01/14/2009 - 7:48pm.

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