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Lionsgate Home Entertainment has detailed its upcoming 4K Blu-ray and Blu-ray releases of Roland Emmerich's new film Moonfall (2021), starring Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Halle Berry, Michael Peña, and Charlie Plummer. The two releases will be available for purchase on April 26.

Studio description: In Moonfall, a mysterious force knocks the Moon from its orbit around Earth and sends it hurtling on a collision course with life as we know it. With mere weeks before impact and the world on the brink of annihilation, NASA executive and former astronaut Jo Fowler (Academy Award® winner Halle Berry) is convinced she has the key to saving us all – but only one astronaut from her past, Brian Harper (Patrick Wilson, "Midway") and a conspiracy theorist K.C. Houseman (John Bradley, "Game of Thrones") believes her. These unlikely heroes will mount an impossible last-ditch mission into space, leaving behind everyone they love, only to find out that our Moon is not what we think it is.

Special Features and Technical Specs:
- Audio Commentary by writer/producer/director Roland Emmerich and writer/producer/composer Harald Kloser Listen to audio commentary by writer/producer/director Roland Emmerich and writer/producer/composer Harald Kloser.
- Against Impossible Odds: Making Moonfall Filmmakers and actors offer an insider's view of the genesis of the film, a look at the epic action scenes, and a deep dive into the most groundbreaking moments of the film.
- Exploring the Moon: Past, Present, and Future What have we learned about the Moon through the ages and where is human exploration of our nearest celestial neighbor going next? Scientists, historians and astronauts reveal all!
- KC Houseman Speaks the Truth! Unearth recent viral videos from Megastructurist KC Houseman.
- Sounds of the Moon Discover how the filmmakers utilized a palette of unique sound effects to bring the world inside of the Moon to life.
Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature




THE OZPLOITATION CLASSIC UNCUT IN HD FOR THE FIRST TIME IN AMERICA

Five years before MAD MAX, producer/director/co-writer/star Sandy Harbutt - in his first and only feature film - ignited Australia's exploitation explosion, launched a global censorship battle and delivered what may still be the best biker movie in history - STONE.

When an undercover cop (Ken Shorter of SUNDAY TOO FAR AWAY) infiltrates an outlaw motorcycle gang (led by Harbutt), he'll straddle 7000 RPM of screaming steel for a full-throttle hell ride through sex, violence, and Down Under vengeance. Hugh Keays-Byrne (Immortan Joe in MAD MAX: FURY ROAD), Helen Morse (PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK), Roger Ward, Vincent Gil and Reg Evans of MAD MAX fame, and members of the Sydney Hells Angels co-star in the "ass-kicking bite of entertainment that delivers on every level" (DVD Drive-In), now featuring an uncut 4K scan from original vault elements supervised by Harbutt himself shortly before his death.

Special Features:
The Making Of STONE
Deleted And Extended Scenes
STONE Forever
NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD Extended Interviews
Make Up Tests
Slideshow With Commentary By Director Sandy Harbutt
Trailer
CD Soundtrack




For five decades Claude Chabrol navigated the unpredictable waters of Cinema, leaving in his wake fifty-five feature films that remain among the most quietly devastating genre movies ever made.

The Swindle sees Chabrol at perhaps his most playful as a pair of scam artists, Isabelle Huppert and Michel Serrault, get in over their heads. But who is scamming who and who do you trust in a life built on so many lies? The murder of a 10-year-old girl sparks rumors and gossip in The Color of Lies, as suspicion falls on René (Jacques Gamblin) the dour once famous painter, now art teacher, who was the last person to see her alive. Enigmatic, perverse, seductive, Isabelle Huppert encapsulates everything that makes Nightcap a film John Waters calls “Cinematic Perfection” in this tale of suppressed family secrets. Finally, in The Flower of Evil, incest, old money and intergenerational guilt come under the scalpel as an outwardly perfect bourgeois family begins to unravel when the wife involves herself in politics.

Though influenced by Fritz Lang, Alfred Hitchcock and Jean Renoir, Chabrol’s voice was entirely and assuredly his own, influencing in turn filmmakers like Bong Joon-ho, James Gray and Dominik Moll. His amused, unblinkered view of life and refusal to judge his characters makes his films timelessly relevant and accessible to all. Arrow Video is proud to present this second collection of films by Claude Chabrol with a wealth of new and archival extras.

LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS

High definition Blu-ray presentations of all four films

New 4K restorations of The Swindle, Nightcap and The Flower of Evil

Original lossless PCM French stereo audio on all films plus DTS-HD 5.1 on Nightcap and The Flower of Evil

Optional English subtitles

80-page collector's booklet of new writing by Sean Hogan, Brad Stevens, Catherine Dousteyssier-Khoze, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, and Pamela Hutchinson

Limited edition packaging featuring newly commissioned artwork by Tony Stella
DISC ONE - THE SWINDLE

New commentary by critic Barry Forshaw and author Sean Hogan

New visual essay by scholar Catherine Dousteyssier-Khoze

New interview with Cécile Maistre-Chabrol

Behind the scenes

Interview with Isabelle Huppert

Introduction by film scholar Joël Magny

Select scene commentaries by Claude Chabrol

Trailer

Image gallery
DISC TWO - THE COLOR OF LIES

New commentary by critic Barry Forshaw and author Sean Hogan

New visual essay by film critic Scout Tafoya

New visual essay by film critic David Kalat

Behind the scenes

Introduction by film scholar Joël Magny

Select scene commentaries by Claude Chabrol

Trailer

Image gallery
DISC THREE - NIGHTCAP

New commentary by film critic Justine Smith

New visual essay by film critic Scout Tafoya

Interview with Isabelle Huppert

Interview with Jacques Dutronc

Behind the scenes

Screen test for Anna Mouglalis

Introduction by film scholar Joël Magny

Select scene commentaries by Claude Chabrol

Trailer

Image gallery
DISC FOUR - THE FLOWER OF EVIL

New commentary by film critic Farran Smith Nehme

New visual essay by Agnes Poirier

Behind the scenes

Interview with co-writer Catherine Eliacheff

Introduction by film scholar Joël Magny

Select scene commentaries by Claude Chabrol

Trailer







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