Film Stories is launching its own Blu-ray label – and we’re bringing Sneakers back to the format, with a new commentary track too.
I’ve made little secret of the fact that we’re huge advocates for physical media here at Film Stories. That whilst in some quarters the idea of owning a film on disc may have fallen out of favour, I’d still argue that by distance, it’s the best way to own a film at home. The permanence and the quality being two key reasons.
Some films in recent years have fallen out of print though, and over the past few months – in conjunction with Plumeria Pictures – I’ve been going through the lists of what titles are available with a view to bringing them back to disc. And I’m launching the Film Stories Blu-ray label with one of my favourite films of the 1990s: Sneakers.
The Blu-ray is out now, and given the cost of getting listed at Amazon, we’re selling it for the time being through the Film Stories store and the Plumeria Pictures store.
It’s a limited edition run, with just 1000 copies coming with the special Sneakers-themed slipcase.
We’re also adding a fan commentary to the disc as well, that I’ve recorded with screenwriter and fellow Sneakers devotee James Moran.
You can find the Plumeria Pictures store here. The link to buy from our own store is at the bottom of this post, and in a box a little way up there too!
If all goes to plan, look for further Blu-ray announcements later this year…
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