Friendly and not-so-friendly aliens, bad wigs and the Beatles; get a peek at this week's new and notable releases.
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
Prometheus
Rock of Ages
Little Shop of Horrors: Director's Cut
Dial M for Murder
Magical Mystery Tour
The Raven
The Great Mouse Detective
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season Seven
Shut Up And Play The Hits
  
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Dial M for Murder

Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller was supposed to be released theatrically in 3D back in 1954. Now, it’s getting the 3D treatment on Blu-ray. That said, even without the effects, the story of former tennis champ Tony Wendice (Ray Milland) and his plot to off his unfaithful wife (Grace Kelly) would be a worthy purchase.

Warner Bros. restored and rescanned the film’s original negative, to upgrade it for today’s 3D-capable systems. Besides the 3D, the 1.85:1 image and the DTS-HD Master Audio Mono track, this 2-disc release has a blurb about 3D technology and one featurette titled, “Hitchcock and Dial M.”

Rating: NR
Runtime: 105 minutes
Total Number of Discs: 1
Studio: Warner Bros.

Read more: Blu-ray Picks for the Week of October 9, 2012