‘Very Bad Things’ Headed for Blu-ray Disc Release

Shout! Factory has set a Jan. 28 release date for it’s special-edition Blu-ray of the 1998 black comedy Very Bad Things, a party-gone-bad classic starring Cameron Diaz, John Favreau, and Christian Slater, and written and directed by Peter Berg.

Extras will include a new audio commentary with film critics Witney Seibold and William Bibbiani, an interview with actors Jeremy Piven and Daniel Stern, the theatrical trailer, and a stills gallery.

The film follows Kyle Fisher (Favreau), who has one last night to celebrate life as a single man before marrying Laura (Diaz). He sets out to Las Vegas with four of his best buddies, but their drug-and-alcohol-fueled bachelor party goes bust when their “stripper” cashes in her chips during a deranged sexual escapade. The friends decide to bury the evidence, which leads to a series of misadventures.

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Very Bad Things grossed almost $10 million at the domestic box office, and just over $11 million internationally.

 

Sony Re-releasing ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Movies on Blu-ray

Sony Pictures will release new Blu-ray editions of 2000’s Charlie’s Angels and 2003’s Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle Oct. 22. Both films will include a preview of the Charlie’s Angels reboot film due in theaters Nov. 15.

The films, based on the 1976-81 “Charlie’s Angels” TV series, star Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu as a crime-fighting trio who are masters of disguise, espionage and martial arts.

The first Charlie’s Angels film will be released as a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray combo pack for the first time. The 4K disc will include the film’s trailer and an extended clip from the 2019 film. The regular Blu-ray in the combo pack will include archival extras: commentary with director McG and cinematographer Russell Carpenter, six featurettes, bloopers, deleted scenes and music videos. The combo pack will also include a digital copy.

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle arrives on standard Blu-ray for the first time and will include a digital copy, the preview of the 2019 film, and archival extras including telestrator commentary with McG, a writer’s commentary, an Angel-Vision trivia track, a music video, theatrical trailer, a “Full Throttle Jukebox,” and several making-of featurettes.