The 1982 film “Cat People“ is officially coming to 4K UHD Blu-ray in “Collector’s Edition” on June 28th via Scream Factory. The film, a remake directed by Paul Schrader, starred Nastassja Kinski, Malcolm McDowell, Ruby Dee, Ed Begley, Jr., Annette O’Toole, and the late John Heard.
The tech specs for the release will include a 2160p video presentation in the 1.85:1 aspect ratio with at least HDR10 form of high dynamic range. The sound format has yet to be detailed and the extras are now in production, so stay tuned for a later update. The release will come in the form of a “combo pack” meaning it will come with its Blu-ray counterpart. You can find the 4K UHD Blu-ray available for preorder over at Amazon as well as directly via Shout! Factory‘s website.
The 2021 film “The Card Counter“ starring Oscar Issac is coming to Blu-ray Disc on December 14th via Universal Studios Home Entertainment, according to retailers. The film, executive produced by Martin Scorsese & written and directed by Paul Schrader, co-stars Tiffany Haddish, Tye Sheridan, and Willem Dafoe. It’s worth noting that, at the time of writing, this film is “Certified Fresh” over at Rotten Tomatoes.
The tech specs for the Blu-ray include a 1080p HD video presentation in the 1.66:1 (side matted) aspect ratio and DTS-HD Master Audio lossless surround sound, on a BD-50 disc. The release will come with a digital code (copy) of the film, compatible with Movies Anywhere. You can now find the Blu-ray available for preorder over at Amazon. Only one extra will be included with this release, in terms of bonus materials:
The 2017 Paul Schrader written & directed film “First Reformed” starring Ethan Hawke and Amanda Seyfried is coming to Blu-ray Disc on a August 21st via Lionsgate. Tech specs for the release include full 1080p HD video in the 1.33:1 aspect ratio and sound in DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio. A PRE-ORDER is available over at Amazon. The release will include a Digital Copy of the film. Bonus materials set to be included on the release are listed below.
Audio Commentary with Director Paul Schrader
“Discernment: Contemplating First Reformed” Featurette
Further below, after the break, you’ll find the official announcement.