Win a SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO SteelBook Collector’s Set!

Takashi Miike redefines the spaghetti western in SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO, starring Hideaki Ito, Koichi Sato, Yusuke Iseya and Quentin Tarantino arriving on DVD & Blu-ray on Tuesday, November 11,2008.

(Los Angeles, CA) – First Look Studios proudly announces the DVD and Blu-Ray release of SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO.   First Look Studios is offering three collectable steel book covers: the Sukiyaki Gang, the Lone Gunman, and Bloody Benten.  This release marks two important milestones for First Look Studios: the Blu-Ray release will have BD Live capabilities, and an accompanying digital copy of the film will also be included.  The DVD and Blu-Ray discs street on November 11, 2008. The DVD SRP is $28.98 and the Blu-ray SRP is $34.98.

To celebrate the release CollectorsEdition.org will be GIVING AWAY a Steelbook DVD Collector’s set of Sukiyaki Western Django! How can you get your hands on one? Read on, It’s easy.

Famed Japanese auteur Takashi Miike, best known for cult classics AuditionIchi the Killer, and The City of Lost Souls, redefines the spaghetti Western with SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO.  This stunning cinematic combination of far east techniques meets wild west clichés charmed audiences at film festivals around the world including the Venice International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival and New York Asian Film Festival.  The film, which is co-written by Masa Nakamura and Takashi Miike, carries Miike’s infamous auteur stylistics of violence, melodrama and the breathtaking visuals that the cinematography evokes.

Two clans, the white and the red, battle for a legendary treasure hidden in a desolate mountain town. One day, a lone gunman, burdened with deep emotional scars but blessed with incredible shooting skills, drifts into town. Two clans try to woo the lone gunman to their side, but he has ulterior motives.

Dirty tricks, betrayal, desire and love collide as the situation erupts into a final, explosive showdown.  Quentin Tarantino also stars.

SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO– DVD Specifications

  • Running Time – 98- Minutes
  • Format – DVD
  • Rated – R
  • Pre-book Date – October 7, 2008
  • Street Date – November 11, 2008
  • Sound: 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround
  • SRP: $28.98
  • Aspect ratio:  16×9

Special Features:  Deleted Scenes, Making Of Featurette, Previews and Subtitles (English and Spanish)

SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO– Blu-Ray Specifications

  • Running Time – 98- Minutes
  • Format – Blu-Ray
  • Rated – R
  • Pre-book Date – October 7, 2008
  • Street Date – November 11, 2008
  • Sound: 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround
  • SRP: $34.98
  • Aspect ratio:  16×9

Special Features:
Disk One: BD Live (Access to an exclusive website where Making Of Featurette plus additional exclusive special features are available for viewing), Deleted Scenes,  1080p High Definition, Previews and Subtitles (English and Spanish)

Disk Two: Standard Definition Digital Copy of SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO which can be transferred to an iPod, PC or other digital player.

How To Enter To Win:
From Now until November 10th simply register on CollectorsEdition.org and leave a comment somewhere on the site. That’s it! Only one comment per household will be counted and two winners will be selected at random from among the entrants. Winners will be announced here on release day, November 11th!

Spam comments will be removed and not counted so make sure you post something relevant. Comments can be posted anywhere on the site, so I encourage you to explore our game database to see what’s out there. Even if you don’t win be sure to check out Sukiyaki Western Django on DVD and Blu-Ray November 11th.

Read Contest Update #1 for More Details

Comments:

  1. Magical Malik:
    Awesome! I heard of this film a while back and I’m a huge Quintin Tarantino fan, so when I saw he was in this film I looked into it more. The film looks pretty frickin’ awesome. Great contest - I’m definitely excited about this.

  2. ikiddo:
    Looks great .. Is the comp US only by any chance? =[

  3. sr20vet:
    This actually looks really cool. With any luck it’ll be in my hands once it hits our shores.

  4. llorenn:
    I think this has got to be one of the strangest but most interesting and exciting concepts I’ve heard in a while, have them all speak english. I love that idea, especially as someone who doesn’t understand Japanese and I’m excited to see if any of the actors really pull it off. From the clips I’ve seen of this movie, it looked really great. The cinematography and the sets and costumes were all top notch quality from the looks of it. I’m not
    sure about how I feel about Quentin Tarantino’s part in it though, to me he was always a better director than actor but I guess I’ll judge after I get to see it. I really hope I can see this movie. Thanks very much for this contest, very generous of you and much appreciated!

  5. Twistedsymphony:
    iKiddo… I don’t discriminate

  6. Skylonda:
    I saw a preview for this movie on a recent DVD. Really was not sure what to think, but I am intrigued as a huge western fan. And now that I know Quentin Tarantino is involved? I’m there.

    I have always loved westerns that break the mold. Silverado comes to mind here.

    Hope this one is even close to as good.

  7. Alucrid:
    The movie looks interest, and Quentin Tarantino is in it so it has to be good. Plus, who can resist a steelbook?

  8. iCheesymonkey:
    I love steelbooks.

  9. shakylechner:
    Posted your link to the forum

    http://forum.dvd-forum.at/showthread...13#post1206513

    Covers look great - greats shakylechner from Vienna

  10. AceBD:
    Looks cool. I love movies that the mainstream doesn’t really hear about. Quentin Tarantino is a badass, I love how he kills himself in his own movies. He’s great.

  11. jdrop:
    Looks pretty interesting…Tarantino is a mediocre actor at best, but hopefully he’ll have some influence on the direction.

  12. Beowulf:
    This looks like a pretty neat indie film. Haven’t seen a Tarantino flick yet though.

  13. grim_d:
    sign me up mate

  14. StrictPuppet:
    A definite “must have” for my collection!

  15. MANIKENZ:
    I’m psyched. I love Miike and the theater down the street is playing this starting Friday, I can’t wait!

  16. crazygb:
    This looks really great, thanks for all the info and work you put into this site, I have been reading for a while now.

  17. howwon:
    collectorsedition.org is the definitive database website for game SteelBooks™.

    Cheers

  18. homerunhitter7:
    If I win, this will my first first DVD, lol.

  19. homerunhitter7:
    Wow, that a lot of grammar mistakes. If I win, this will be my first DVD, lol. Is there a way to edit?

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