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8th December 2009 11:11:00
Posted by Dave Foster

Candy, Bullet Boy & Straightheads (UK BD) in January - Artwork added

Blu-Ray News
ICA and Verve Pictures have announced the UK Blu-ray Disc release of three titles that will be available exclusively from HMV from 25th January 2010. Candy from ICA and Bullet Boy and Straightheads from Verve Pictures will later be available from all retailers from 22nd March 2010.

RRP is Ł19.99 each.

Candy - Australian director Neil Armfield brings you this adaptation of Luke Davies’ semi-autobiographical novel about two lovers who share more than just a passion for each other, but for that of heroin as well. Abbie Cornish (Somersault), Heath Ledger and Geoffrey Rush star.

Features include:
  • 1080/24p Widescreen
  • English PCM 2.0 Stereo
  • Trailer
  • Interviews with the cast and Crew
  • Behind the Scenes

Bullet Boy - Starring Ashley Walters – better known as Asher D from So Solid Crew – in his first feature role Bullet Boy inhabits a volatile world where friendships and loyalty are tested to the extreme, the interchange of fate and circumstance seems as casual as the toss of a coin, and the slightest flare of emotions can set off a devastating ripple of events.

Features include:
  • 1080/50*
  • English PCM 2.0 Stereo
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Auditions
  • 2 Trailers

Straightheads - Gillian Anderson and Danny Dyer star in this dark sexual thriller as a couple who are left traumatised by thugs after a road rage attack and plan their retribution.

Features include:
  • 1080/50*
  • English PCM 2.0 Stereo
  • Commentary by director Dan Reed and stars Gillian Anderson and Danny Dyer
  • Deleted Footage with optional commentary by director and stars
  • Behind-the-Scenes
  • Cast Interviews
  • Trailer

*Most likely 1080i but I'm unable to confirm on my hardware setup.



About Dave Foster
Dave has been loitering the virtual halls of TDF for a decade now and the majority of that time has been spent as Editor of the Home Cinema section (formerly DVDTimes). He doesn't contribute reviews anywhere near as much as he once did (or indeed would like to) but when he does it will invariably be something in the anime or Asian film area.


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