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News Date: Sunday 25th July 1999
Today's Top Headlines: Shadoan Competition & Review

News Date: Friday 16th July 1999
Today's Top Headlines: Star Wars
  • No Star Wars On DVD Until All 6 Films Are Complete
    Time: 14:26 EDT/19:26 GMT Source: e-mail & The Big Breakfast Posted By: Byron

    This morning George Lucas was on The Big Breakfast (UK's Channel 4 Breakfast Show) - and asked the question "When can we see the trilogy on DVD" to which GL replied "I want to release them when all films have been completed as a six pack" At that point Johnny Vaughn (interviewer) gasped.... hmmm....


News Date: Tuesday 13th July 1999
Today's Top Headlines: Star Wars
  • Star Wars To Released By Christmas
    Time: 06:58 EDT/11:58 GMT Source: e-mail Posted By: Byron

    Peter over at the DVD File has just received confirmation from Lucasfilm that Star Wars is to be released on DVD before Christmas in region 1. As of yet there are no further details as to which titles or even whether it could be The Phantom Menace on its own. The exact statement from Lucasfilm was "Star Wars will be released on DVD this Christmas." I imagine that the whole trilogy is to be released and fingers crossed a lot of those rumored extras will be included! Hopefully this will snowball into a full statement in the next couple of days, so stay posted to find out exactly what this means for all the other regions.


News Date: Sunday 11th July 1999
Today's Top Headlines: Site News
  • Fox's European Release Date List
    Time: 13:34 GMT Source: ActiveDVD Posted By: Byron

    Inside DVD have sent along a list of upcoming titles from Fox Europe. Apparently all of the titles are set to be anamorphic with the exception of Titanic.

    September 2nd
    Titanic

    October
    There's Something About Mary

    November
    X-Files - The Movie
    Out Of Control
    Die Hard
    Die Hard II
    Courage Under Fire
    Unlawful Entry
    Point Break
    Broken Arrow

    February 2000
    Romeo & Juliete
    Ever After
    Picture Perfect
    One Fine Day
    The Object of My Affection

    March 2000
    Independence Day
    Alien
    Aliens
    Alien 3
    Alien - Resurrection
    The Fly

    April 2000
    Dr. Doolittle
    The Full Monty
    Rocky Horror Picture Show
    Mrs. Doubtfire

    May 2000
    South Pacific
    Oklahoma


News Date: Tuesday 6th July 1999
Today's Top Headlines: Site News
  • Site News
    Time: 20:34 GMT Source: ActiveDVD Posted By: Byron

    We are looking for a few good people who would be interested in updating the news section (This area) on ActiveDVD. If you are interested, please get in touch.


News Date: Friday 2nd July 1999
Today's Top Headlines: Fallen
  • Fallen - Review
    Time: 20:55 GMT Source: ActiveDVD Posted By: Alex H

    I have posted my review of Fallen. Here is a snippet:

    This is a film I hadn't heard of before, but when I saw the trailer for it on another DVD I was quite impressed by the idea behind it. The story is about a spirit that hasn't found rest yet, a fallen angel. Throughout the film the spirit changes from person to person leaving the person with a sense of amnesia about the events that happened. When Denzel Washington had a notorious killer put to death in the gas chamber he thought that it was all over. It was only after he saw similar murders happen with the same clues left behind does he start to wonder.


News Date: Thursday 24th June 1999
Today's Top Headlines: What Dreams May Come
  • What Dreams May Come - Review
    Time: 20:48 GMT Source: ActiveDVD Posted By: Byron

    I have posted my review of What Dreams May Come. Here is a snippet:

    I have always been a big fan of Robin Williams in both movie and television form and felt he never gets enough credit for his performances (Good Will Hunting being the exception) he manages to come across well in both his comedic and dramatic roles. What Dream May Come is an exceptionally sad movie (Emotionally, not in terms of being rubbish) so get your hankies at the ready as all but 10 minutes of the film will have you on the verge of tears.


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