Drafthouse Films’ BULLHEAD And THE FP Blu-ray Details!

Drafthouse Films' THE FP and the Oscar-nominated BULLHEAD are out on Blu-ray soon; get the scoop.

Two outstanding Drafthouse Films' releases will be available on Blu-ray and DVD in June, and we have the scoop for you!

Bullhead, nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award, will be on shelves June 26th. The movie's gotten rave reviews and it will be available on Blu-ray, DVD and as a digital download. The Blu and DVD offer the following bonus features:

-The Making Of Bullhead
-Interview with Michaël R. Roskam
-Interview with star Matthias Schoenaerts
-The One Thing To Do (2005): Short Film by Roskam starring Schoenaerts
-Theatrical Trailer
-Special collector’s edition booklet with introduction by director Michael Mann (what the what?!)
-Motion main menus for both Blu-ray and DVD

And The FP will be available on Blu, DVD and digital download on June 19. The Blu-ray and DVD will feature the following bonus goodies:

-Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished: The Making Of The FP
-Costume Designing The FP: Interview with Sarah Trost
-Scoring In The FP: Interview with Composer George Holdcroft
-The FP In The FP: A Return To Fraizer Park
-Audio Commentary by the Trost Bros.
-Special collector’s edition booklet with introduction by directors Rob Zombie and Brian Taylor & Mark Neveldine
-Motion main menus for both Blu-ray and DVD

Both releases also feature reversible sleeves with alternate Mondo poster key-art - Iron Jaiden's recent Bullhead poster and Tyler Stout's The FP poster from SXSW '11.  

AND Drafthouse Films is now accepting pre-orders for exclusive fan pack offers. You can nab a limited edition Iron Jaiden Bullhead tee, an autographed tampon for The FP (I promise), signed posters, digital downloads, what have you. The FP store's here, and the Bullhead store is here. And fans can get free three-track soundtrack samplers to both Bullhead and The FP at the links. 

Bullhead and The FP are frankly two entirely different movies - they honestly couldn't be more different - but what they have in common is that they're both incredible achievements. The films were in theaters for a while, but now's your chance to watch them again and again, and in so doing, support a company that's distributing some kick-ass, totally original flicks that you'd never get a chance to see otherwise. So enjoy!