(February 19, 2008 – Burbank, CA) - The uncut version of “Sublime” will become the first title in the ”Raw Feed” series to make its high definition debut when Warner Home Video (WHV) releases the provocative, modern-times horror-tale on Blu-ray Disc™ April 22 and HD DVD May 13. Both versions will be available for $28.99 SRP. Directed by Tony Krantz (“Otis,” “Mulholland Drive,” “24”) from a screenplay by Erik Jendresen (HBO’s “Band of Brothers”), “Sublime” is described as “a really great Twilight Zone” by Peter Hammond of Maxim. The special features include commentary by Director Tony Krantz and Writer Erik Jendresen, “Have No Fear" music video from Bird York, two featurettes “Surgical Exorcism” and “The Shebeen Josie” and trailers from “Rest Stop” and “Believers.” “Sublime” is also available in standard definition Rated and Uncut DVD versions. Synopsis Admitted to a hospital for a routine, minimally invasive procedure, George Grieves (Tom Cavanagh) discovers that his circumstances are much more serious and complicated than originally expected. Trapped in the increasingly bizarre and dangerous world of Mt. Abaddon Hospital, George tries to maintain his sanity while uncovering the truth behind the growing number of medical misdeeds happening within the institution's East Ward. As his own fears begin to manifest all around him, he learns that this is not a place where people come to get better ... this is a hospital where people come to die. Films under the “Raw Feed” banner are a mix of thriller, horror, and sci-fi with a strong psychological and dramatic edge, and are as much psychological as they are thriller or horror genre. The films have been released on DVD in rated and uncut versions, featuring innovative extra features and bonus content. The “Raw Feed” label originated from the creative minds of Tony Krantz, Daniel Myrick and John Shiban. The first film in the series, Rest Stop (written and directed by Shiban), debuted on DVD in October 2006, followed by “Sublime” (directed by Krantz) in March 2007 and “Believers” (directed by Myrick) in October 2007. The fourth film in the series, the satiric black comedy “Otis,” also directed by Krantz, will be released this summer. Warner Home Video HD DVD and Blu-ray Discs offer resolution six times higher than standard definition DVDs, as well as extraordinarily vibrant contrast and color and beautifully crisp sound. The new formats also provide a higher level of interactivity, with instant access to extra features via a seamless menu-bar where viewers can enjoy features without leaving or interrupting the film. With operations in 90 international territories, Warner Home Video, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, commands the largest distribution infrastructure in the global video marketplace. Warner Home Video's film library is the largest of any studio, offering top quality new and vintage titles from the repertoires of Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment, HBO Home Video and New Line Home Entertainment.
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