Next Tuesday, April 7th, Miramax Films and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment will release No Country for Old Men: Collector’s Edition on Blu-ray and DVD. The 2007 Oscar winner for Best Picture arrives with more than five hours of bonus features including extensive interviews with the filmmakers and an unauthorized trip backstage with star Josh Brolin for an insider’s look at the unique filmmaking process of the Coen brothers. To celebrate the release, FilmFetish is getting two copies of the Collector’s DVD Edition for two lucky readers to enjoy.
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- Reply to this post, and tell me the name of the best crime thriller of the 1970’s.
I’ll only be running this contest through next Tuesday, the day the DVD hits store shelves. Good luck!
More about the release
The 2007 Oscar winner for Best Picture, No Country for Old Men, arrives in new collectable three-disc DVD and 2-disc Blu-ray editions beginning April 7, 2009 from Miramax Films, Paramount Vantage, and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.
Acclaimed filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen’s most gripping and ambitious film, No Country for Old Men – Collector’s Edition comes with more than five hours of bonus features, available on DVD and Blu-ray for the first time ever, including extensive interviews with the filmmakers, stars and technical team behind this unforgettable thriller. From an unauthorized trip backstage with star Josh Brolin, to an insider’s look at the unique moviemaking process of the Coen brothers, fans will get unprecedented access to the story behind the celebrated movie. In addition, both the DVD and Blu-ray versions include a special digital copy of the movie that enables viewers to enjoy it anywhere, anytime in their choice of iTunes or Windows Media formats.
A masterful mixture of suspense, black humor and A-list talent delivering once-in-a-lifetime performances, No Country for Old Men is a brilliantly told game of cat and mouse guaranteed to keep fans on the edge of their seats right up to its heart-stopping final act. Nominated for eight Oscars, the film took home statuettes for Best Picture, Best Directing, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Javier Bardem). Academy Award winners Tommy Lee Jones (Best Supporting Actor, The Fugitive, 1993), Bardem and Academy Award nominee Josh Brolin (Best Supporting Actor, Milk, 2008), head up the gifted ensemble that helped make No Country for Old Men one of 2007’s most honored movies.
- The Making Of No Country For Old Men – A behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to create a Coen
- Brothers’ movie.
- Working with the Coens – The cast and crew of No Country for Old Men talk about working with the
- legendary duo.
- The Diary of A Country Sheriff – A look at the relationship between Javier Bardem’s Anton Chigarh
- and Josh Brolin’s Lewellyn Moss through the eyes of Sheriff Ed Tom Bell (Tommy Lee Jones).
- A treasure trove of in-depth interviews and conversations with the Coen Brothers, Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem—never before available on disc—offering viewers the most comprehensive look ever at the making of No Country for Old Men.
Digital Copy Download
The Coen Brothers deliver a sizzling and supercharged action-thriller with No Country for Old Men, based on the novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy. Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin), a down-on-his-luck Vietnam vet, stumbles across an illicit fortune and decides to keep it, setting off an unstoppable chain of violence. When Moss discovers a drug deal gone bad in the West Texas desert, he decides to keep the two million dollars he finds there and hit the road. In short order, both Ed Tom Bell (Tommy Lee Jones), the local sheriff, and Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem), one of the most frighteningly amoral psychopaths in film history, are on his trail and Moss is scrambling to stay one step ahead of the law—and avoid a gruesome fate at Chigurh’s hands.