Universal Releases Disc Details

The Caller

From British director Matthew Parkhill comes this disturbing tale starring Twilight’s illuminating Rachelle Lefevre and True Blood’s Stephen Moyer.  Lefevre is divorcee Mary Kee who is being harassed by both her ex-husband Steven (Ed Quinn – True Blood), and a mysterious female caller with the alarming claim that she is ringing from Mary’s own past. This atmospheric, eerie chiller will leave audiences jumping each time their phone rings – when it arrives on Blu-ray & DVD in time for Halloween 2011.

Following her divorce Mary moves into a new apartment and is keen to get on with the rest of her life including building a budding new relationship with the charismatic John Guidi (Stephen Moyer). When she begins to receive phone calls from a mysterious woman she at first dismisses them for a confused caller, but as the calls continue the lonely Mary eventually begins to strike up an unlikely friendship with the woman, whom she discovers is called Rose.

However as the calls become more regular, Mary becomes disturbed by Rose’s claims that she is calling from Mary’s own past. As her sense of being haunted escalates an alarmed Mary tries to cut off all contact but Rose makes it frighteningly clear that she does not like to be ignored. With Rose threatening a terrible revenge, the two become embroiled in a petrifying game of cat and mouse that traverses time through Mary’s past and present.

The Caller arrives on Blu-ray and DVD from October 24, 2011.

The Caller bonus features:

  • Alternative Ending
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Director’s Commentary
  • ‘The Making of the caller’

17th October 2011


The Conspirator

McAvoy stars as Fred Aiken, an eager, newly qualified Yankee lawyer in this dramatic film, set within the ominous backdrop of post Civil War Washington. Aiken is convinced by his mentor Reverdy Johnson (Tom Wilkinson) to act as defense lawyer for Mary Surratt (Robin Wright), the only female accused of being involved in Lincoln’s assassination, and the focus of a tense struggle between justice and duty.

The Conspirator features incredible bonus content which will transport you back to 1865 America, including an audio commentary from Robert Redford himself, a behind-the-scenes making-of feature and a series of specially created ‘Witness History’ featurettes, which give an in-depth insight into this fascinating story – from both in front of and behind the cameras. The Blu-ray also features an absorbing 66 minute featurette on the plot to kill President Abraham Lincoln.

The Conspirator is out on October 24, 2011.


  • View commentary with Director Robert Redford
  • Audio commentary with Director Robert Redford (122 mins)
  • Making of featurette (10 mins)
  • Witness History featurettes (41 mins)
    • Witness History Introduction
    • The Conspiracy
    • Production Design
    • Mary Surratt’s Catholicism
    • Costume Design
    • Military Trial
    • Props and Special Effects
    • Frederick Aiken: Defensive Lawyer
    • Mary Surratt: Guilty or Innocent
    • Sentence and Execution
  • Photo gallery (8 mins)


  • PIP commentary (31 mins)
  • Plot to Kill Lincoln (66 mins)
  • Theatrical Trailer (2 mins)


Beginners imaginatively explores the hilarity, confusion, and surprises of love through the evolving consciousness of Oliver (Ewan McGregor). Oliver meets the irreverent and unpredictable Anna (Mélanie Laurent) only months after his father Hal (Academy® Award nominee** Christopher Plummer) has passed away. Throughout the film Oliver shares his woes with Arthur, the Jack Russell terrier he inherited from his dad with the dog’s contributions to their “dialogue” appearing as subtitles.

The new love Oliver finds with Anna floods him with memories of his father who, following 44 years of marriage, came out of the closet at age 75 to live a full, energized, and wonderfully tumultuous gay life. The upheavals of Hal’s new honesty brought father and son closer than they ever had been and ever imagined possible. Now Oliver endeavours to love Anna with all the bravery, humour, and hope that his father taught him.

Beginners is out on disc on November 14, 2011.


  • Feature Commentary with Writer/Director Mike Mills
  • A Short Film about Making Beginners
  • Beginners Promo


From the acclaimed producer, Judd Apatow, the creator of legendary comedies Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, comes this uproarious comedy following the joys and horrors of being part of your best friend’s bridal party. Generating £22.69million at the UK box office, this extremely witty film is worlds away from your traditional saccharine chick flick, winning whoops of approval from men and women across the globe.

The Blu-ray Triple Play means you can watch the girls hilarious antics where ever and whenever you want, be that on Blu-ray, DVD or Digital Copy. With DVD extras to enhance your Bridesmaids experience, including cast & crew commentaries, unseen deleted scenes, gag reels and hilarious featurettes, get set for an even greater insight into the most dysfunctional bridal party ever. If you are looking for the perfect present, there is also a special gift pack containing the DVD and a puppy soft toy, giving you the chance to share the laughter this winter.
Bridesmaids is released on disc on November 14, 2011.


  • Theatrical Feature
  • Unrated/Extended Feature
  • Cholodecki’s Commercial Spot #1
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Line-o-rama
  • Extended/Alternate Scenes
  • Gag Reel


  • Gag Reel
  • Line-o-rama
  • Made of Honor: Behind The Scenes of Bridesmaids
  • Blind Date (Blind Date with Dave, Dave-o-rama)
  • Deleted Scenes:- Shrimp Fork, Bonjour, Annie & Judy, Different Friends, Shit Show, Big Things
  • Roommates [Welcome Home, Deleted Scenes:- Annie Can’t Relax, Oo-laka Juice, Payback, Extended & Alternate Scenes:- Meet Gil & Brynn, Split The Rent:- Breasts, Under the
    Table, Itchy Crotch, Annie Gets Kicked Out, Oo-laka Juice Commercial
  • Cholodecki’s (Deleted Scenes:- Personal Phone Call, Diamonds, Last Chance}, (Extended & Alternated Scenes:- Annie Insults Customers, Semi-Molested, The Longest Argument
    Ever); Commercials:- Spot #1, Spot #2
  • Pep Talk
  • Drunk Z-o-rama
  • Annie Vs. Helen
  • Hold On – Full Song Performance
  • Easter Egg – Punch Me
  • Theatrical Feature Commentary with Director Paul Feig, Co-Writer Annie Mumolo and Cast Members Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McClendon-Covey &
    Ellie Kemper
  • Extended & Alternate Scenes:- Ted Sex, The Morning After, Boot Camp, Judy On Barb, Motorboat, Bird Bath, Meet The Bridesmaids, Dueling Toasts:- Alt 1, Alt 2, Crazy Old Broad, Ham Slacks, Becca Pukes Again, Bachelorette Phone Call, Shower Part 1 Alt, Car With Ted:- Half Hour, My Friend, Two Days a Week, Sex Tape
  • Pocket BLU

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