09-17-2007 01:41 PM #1
Motorhead - Stage Fright coming to America October 23rd
We've been informed that Motörhead - Stage Fright will be available to own in high-definition exclusively on HD DVD, this October 23 (for North America). The disc is expected to be priced at $29.97 SRP.
Detailed Main Feature Presentation specs:
- 1080p High Definition 16x9 1.78:1
- DTS-HD High Resolution 5.1
- No subtitles.
Detailed Bonus Material Presentation specs:
- NTSC 480i 4x3 1.85:1
- DTS HD Master Audio 2.0 & Dolby Digital Stereo
- English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish subtitle options.
HD DVD Special Features:
- Advanced content HD DVD (HDi)
- Online functionality (download of new content via Internet)
- "On the fly" menus during playback
- Picture-in-picture video commentary with the band
- Snapshot feature
- "Create setlist" feature
- Extensive bonus material including those from the 2-disc DVD
09-17-2007 03:20 PM #2
cool, i was probably going to import this
09-17-2007 03:28 PM #3
09-17-2007 04:00 PM #4
nice, I love Motorhead!
09-19-2007 04:24 PM #5PeterB Guest
hey guys --
Was hoping to do a post on this title and add it to our database, but I haven't been able to find any distributor information for the disc's North American release. Imagion does not currently release titles over here, so has anyone heard or know who the U.S. distributor is?
09-19-2007 04:59 PM #6
10-23-2007 01:26 AM #7
engadgedhd.com is indicating that the distributor is Imagion AG. FYI it's now $19.95 pre ordered from Amazon.com US. Just did the pre-order for it. Lemmy is God!!
Last edited by DCSholtis; 10-23-2007 at 01:37 AM.
10-24-2007 02:34 PM #8
Just got my Motorhead HD-DVD in.
Definitely one of the weirdest releases so far. Comes in a UK style case with no security sticker and a 13 page insert. The video is good but this is a victim of MTV style editing (aka about a million camera changes) along with alot of SD footage of the drummer drumming and a horrible matrix thing. Subtitles seem to be broken or at least I can't turn them on. The web extras are pretty cool. There's news (which hasn't been updated since July), tour dates, photos, fan artwork (everything from rings to custom car jobs) and tattoos.
Last edited by Sporadic; 10-24-2007 at 03:07 PM.
10-24-2007 03:52 PM #9
nice..im waiting for Queen though..and I hope they announce The Who sometime soon.Format Neutral
10-24-2007 06:04 PM #10
Amazon.com delayed their shipments till Nov. 5 so I cancelled it and will order elsewhere. This was with Amazon Prime.
10-24-2007 06:07 PM #11
10-24-2007 06:45 PM #12
You'll get the email if you haven't already.
10-24-2007 07:04 PM #13
10-24-2007 07:56 PM #14
Oops sorry I scrolled up and noticed that bro. I was emailed about 2 hours ago saying there was a delay to Nov. 5 as I said. Thats what I get for using Amazon Prime 2-day shipping I guess. lol.
10-25-2007 02:12 AM #15
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