It Begins…

“The night my parents were murdered I caught a glimpse of something. I’ve looked for it ever since. I went around the world, searched in all the shadows. And there is something out there in the darkness, something terrifying, something that will not stop until it gets revenge… Me.” – Bruce WayneThe Batman movie every fan has been waiting for is about to hit home, when Batman: Begins comes to DVD.Click ahead for the exciting details…
We mentioned some early details a while back, but now screaming into stores on October 18th (an expensive bat-day!) Warner Brothers is poised to release Batman Begins in 2 different editions. First, for a single disc edition in separate Anamorphic Widescreen and Foolscreen versions of the movie that will SRP for $28.98Specs Include –

  • English and French DD5.1 Surround
  • English, French and Spanish subtitles
  • DVD-ROM game and weblinksFor just two dollars more at $30.98, the real version that should concern you should be the 2-disc special edition.Specs Include –
  • Genesis of the Bat: Batman Incarnations from the Mid-1980s to the Present
  • The Journey Begins: Creative Concepts, Story Development and Casting
  • Shaping Mind and Body: Fighting Style
  • Gotham City Rises: Production Design
  • Cape and Cowl: The New Batsuit
  • The Tumbler: The New Batmobile
  • Path to Discovery: Filming in Iceland
  • Saving Gotham City: The Monorail Chase Sequence
  • Easter Eggs
  • Featurette: Confidential Files Character/Weaponry Gallery
  • INNER DEMONS COMIC: Explore the special features through an exclusive interactive comic book
  • Exclusive collectible 72-page comic book:-Detective Comics #37 – the very first Batman story-Batman: The Man Who Falls – a classic story that inspired Batman Begins-Batman: The Long Halloween – a chilling excerpt that also inspired the film
  • Photo gallery
  • Theatrical TrailerOh boy, it’s gonna be an expensive day for me on the 18th of October. We don’t have the artwork for the single disc version at the moment (it’s nothing special) but here is the art for the 2-disc version.Cover Art –
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    -Thanks to DVDtimes.co.uk
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