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    Sony has announced the Anna Faris comedy for December 23:

    http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/housebunny.html

    Specs include a BD-50 with 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 video and Dolby TrueHD audio.

    Extras see a dozen featurettes, a music video and deleted scenes.

    MSRP is $38.95.

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    If this is getting truehd audio and a bd50, this all but confirms, Speed Racer will get dbl dipped soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Htown-D View Post
    If this is getting truehd audio and a bd50, this all but confirms, Speed Racer will get dbl dipped soon.
    This is Sony, Speed Racer is Warner. This confirms nothing.
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    looks stupid. I like Faris tho so proly a rental.
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    Sony Pictures Home Video needs to lower their list price.

    A film like this ought to be $29.99 list price. Not $39

    it is amazing, after HD DVD bit the dust, even Sony is raising prices on movies.

    So fraking aweful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchelljd View Post
    Sony Pictures Home Video needs to lower their list price.

    A film like this ought to be $29.99 list price. Not $39

    it is amazing, after HD DVD bit the dust, even Sony is raising prices on movies.

    So fraking aweful.
    yup...hd dvd dies and everyone is happy, until they find out that the price gauging is coming.
    ~~this movie was pretty funny in the theater, but definitely not worth $39
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    DVDEmpire has a somewhat legible back cover up

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    Non stretched versions from Sony:

    A Nightmare on Elm Street Blu-ray Reviewwww.blu-news.com

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