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Image to Release Powder Blue and Time Warp on Blu-ray This June

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Image Entertainment has announced two more Blu-ray titles set for release this June. On June 9, 2009 Image will release  the thriller, Powder Blue on Blu-ray Disc with an all-star cast featuring  Jessica Biel, Ray Liotta, Forest Whitaker and Eddie Redmayne: On the gritty streets of LA, the destinies of four people desperate for connection and redemption are about to collide; an overwhelmed erotic dancer, a grieving husband who has lost his will to live, a terminally ill ex-con and a pathologically shy mortician. With Kris Kristofferson, Lisa Kudrow and Patrick Swayze in unforgettable supporting roles, this film movingly chronicles the imperfect lives of people teetering on the edge of despair and the miracles that bring them back.

Powder Blue will feature a 1.85:1  aspect ratio,  DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack, with  English SDH and Spanish subtitles and  a $35.98 SRP.

Also seeing release on Blu-ray Disc  from Image on June 9, 2009 will be the Discovery Channel series Time Warp: Explore the world in astonishing, even radical new ways! Join the Time Warp team, Jeff Lieberman and Matt Kearney, as they reveal events that happen much too quickly or too slowly to be perceived in depth by our senses. With extremely sensitive slow-motion cameras, Jeff and Matt examine chainsaw juggling, freeze bullets in their tracks, find out what happens to the body when it’s blasted with a Taser gun and so much more in this startling and exciting series! Catch the pilot episode of this hit new series available only on the Blu-ray version.

Time Warp on Blu-ray Disc will be released in a two disc set and will feature a DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack a 1.78:1 aspect ratio with a $29.98 SRP.

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