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UK DVD/BR Release; The Shinjuku Incident + Kill Zone

Cine-Asia have released details and artwork on two big projects coming our way. The Shinjuku Incident is due for release on February 22nd on DVD (R.R.P. £17.99) and Blu-Ray (R.R.P. £24.99). Special Features include;

Making of; behind the scenes featurettes; extended and deleted scenes; trailer gallery; interview gallery (Jackie Chan, Daniel Wu, Xu Jinglei, Masaya Kato, Naoto Takenata, Chin Kar Lok [E.d. Note; WOO HOO!], Pater Kam Pau-Tat); Dolby Digital original language 2.0 and 5.1, plus English 5.1 audio tracks (DVD); DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 original language and 5.1 English, plus Dolby Digital original language 2.0 audio tracks (Blu-ray).

Wilson Yips Mega Blockbuster Kill Zone (AKA Killzone, AKA Sha Po Lang) is getting a UK Release on the 8th March on DVD (R.R.P. £17.99) and Blu-Ray (R.R.P. £24.99). Special Features include;

Audio commentary by Hong Kong Cinema expert Bey Logan; promotional gallery; ‘Kill Zone: The Making Of’ documentary; Behind The Scenes – Anatomy of a Scene; ‘Alleycats’ (with optional Bey Logan commentary); ‘Challenge of the Masters’ (with optional Bey Logan commentary; Interview Gallery (Sammo Hung, Donnie Yen, Simon Yam, Wilson Yip, Jacky Wu); Dolby Digital Cantonese and English 5.1 audio options (DVD); DTS HD MA Cantonese 5.1 and DTS HD MA English 5.1 audio options (Blu-ray); optional English subtitles.

More exciting releases from Cine-Asia/Dragon Dynasty. I know I’ll be picking up The Shinjuku Incident!

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