Alfred Hitchcock’s Dial M for Murder Hits Blu-ray 3D

Chris Savage

I’m not too sure why they have decided to release Alfred Hitchcock’s classic, Dial M for Murder, in 3D, but I am super stoked that its getting a Blu-ray release, and we have all the early details.

According to High Def Digest, Dial M for Murder will hit BHlu-ray 3D this October 9th through Warner Brothers.

According to WHV’s Executive Vice President and General Manager of Theatrical Catalog, Jeff Baker, “Given the current trend toward 3D, we’re delighted to be releasing this authentic classic 3D. This is not a conversion from 2D to 3D, but an original work, with a big tip of the cap to MPI, that illustrates just how good 3D can be. The Warner library has the largest number of classic 3D titles (15) of any studio and over the years we’ve been looking to release them, but not until now has the technology been perfected to the point we can do that. We’re hoping ‘Dial M for Murder’ is the first of several classic 3D films to be released, with the long-awaited, much requested ‘House of Wax’ expected next.”

Full special features haven’t been released yet, but a few that will make the release include,¬†Hitchcock and Dial M, 3D: A Brief History, and Original Theatrical Trailer.

The Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray release is expected to retail for $35.99.


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