When Denis Villeneuve Dune debuted at HBO Max later this year, it would not be the first adaptation film from the Seminal Science Fiction Novel Frank Herbert. That’s how, the difference belonged to the film David Lynch in 1984 with the same name. Dune is a critical and commercial failure. It failed to restore a budget of $ 40 million at the box office, and critics like Roger Ebert hated it. But for all his mistakes, this film has built something that follows the sect for years. And coming August 31, the arrow film will serve “the worst” film lynch in 4K Blu-ray in the US, Britain and Canada.
Because slashfilm shows, arrows will offer Dune in standard edition and deluxe format. The latter is equipped with an additional disk and steel casing. Whatever you follow, you will get extra like a folding poster and a postcard lobby card. As for the film itself, this is a 4K restoration of a negative original camera with support for both Dolby Vision and HDR10. You can listen to the original audio in stereo or DTS-HD that is not compressed – say what you do about other films, that the Toto soundtrack is still a slap. New special features include track of audio comments by film historians Paul M. Sammon and Podcast Podcasts host Mike White. Unfortunately, it seems like it’s not like the arrow convincing Lynch to record the comment track – the director keeps him away from the project shortly after it crashes into the cinema. However, the company says a list of special features can change between now and release. Dune is available for pre-orders today starting today for £ 25.