THE HUNGER GAMES – On Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download 8/18/12

Every year in the ruins of what was once North America, the Capitol of the nation of Panem forces each of its twelve districts to send a teenage boy and girl to compete in the Hunger Games. A twisted punishment for a past uprising and an ongoing government intimidation tactic, the Hunger Games are a nationally televised event in which “Tributes” must fight with one another until one survivor remains. Sixteen year old Katniss Everdeen volunteers in her younger sister’s place to enter the games, and is forced to rely upon her sharp instincts, as well as the mentorship of drunken former victor Haymitch Abernathy, when she’s pitted against highly-trained Tributes who have prepared for these Games their entire lives. If she’s ever to return home to District 12, Katniss must make impossible choices in the arena that weigh survival against humanity and life against love. The Hunger Games will be available on Blu-ray and DVD for the suggested retail prices of .99 and .98, respectively.
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Prometheus Blu-Ray, DVD and Blu-Ray Collector Features will answer your questions ! Is Prometheus set on the same planet as Alien ? Who Created the Alien ? Go deeper into Prometheus with revealing interviews, Alternate Ending and opening, deleted scenes, features, bonus and much more ! Ridley Scott’s Prometheus will be hitting Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on October 9, 2012. Loaded with over seven hours of bonus material, the PROMETHEUS 4-Disc Collector’s Edition and 2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack feature the original theatrical release and are available in premium packaging. Fans can get the ultimate Prometheus experience with an Alternate Opening and Ending, Deleted and Alternate Scenes, access to “Peter Weyland’s Files,” commentary by directors and writers, a cutting-edge Prometheus Weyland Corp. Archive Second Screen App and more! PROMETHEUS 4-Disc Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Special Features Disc 1 ● Theatrical Cut ● Commentary by Director/Producer Ridley Scott ● Commentary by Writer Jon Spaihts and Writer/Executive Producer Damon Lindelof ● The Peter Weyland Files ● Deleted and Alternate Scenes that include an Alternate Opening / Ending ● Prometheus – Weyland Corp Archive Second Screen App Disc 2 ● The Furious Gods: Making Prometheus ● Enhancement Pods ● Weyland Corp Archive ● Pre-Vis ● Screen Tests Disc 3 ● 3D Theatrical Cut of Movie Disc 4 ● DVD / Digital Copy PROMETHEUS 2-Disc Blu-ray Special Features Disc 1 ● Theatrical Cut ● Commentary by Director
Video Rating: 4 / 5

49 thoughts on “THE HUNGER GAMES – On Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download 8/18/12

  1. Got to a site called: Solar movie.eu type in on the search bar : Hunger Games
    Click on the second to the top link, the first 1 is an advertisement. Click play. Watch, no download lol.
    I don’t go to movie theatres/ rent movies / buy dvd’s anymore cause I just watch it for free.

  2. This is just too freaky: Suzanne Collins, the author of hunger games lives in Sandy Hook. CT! check out wiki under personal life. WTF!

  3. Dear Lionsgate or whoever runs this YouTube channel, I have been looking for the trailer music for the last half of this trailer for a VERY long time. Can you please name the song?

  4. does ANYONE know what music is in the background, particularly between 1:02 and the end?

  5. I’m making this fan-made trailer for the upcoming film, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and I need some help finding clips from other movies, that would fit it. Namely, these would be clips of rebellion, sea and beach-based fights, clips featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Sam Clafflin, Jena Malone, Jeffrey Wright, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, you know stuff that would seem like it’s in the actual movie…People who read the books will understand.

  6. theres no reason not to watch this movie at
    thehungergames2012moviestreaming.blogspot.com

  7. I’m “used to” all kinds of things. This does not mean I will blindly accept retarded retcon. The force is bacteria? Humans inadvertently created the Borg through V’ger? None of this will become less retarded to me, regardless of what I am “used to” from seeing other completely unrelated films.
    Rewatch Alien, and get a good look at the broken teeth inside that skull. I am sure the “younger generation” will dogmatically defend it by saying the “bio-suit helmets” chewed their food for them.

  8. well, personally… after seeing Independence day, I got used to alien bio-suits that look like a disgusting exoskeleton

  9. I totally agree that Shaw would do that, and that she is a scienligious nut.

    It definitely hurt me to see all the retconning in this film. Especially the “it was a helmet the whole time!” garbage. pooped on my childhood.

  10. Sorry. I think I kinda mixed up Alien(1986) with “Space Truckers”.
    I know the aliens weren’t engineered but some pseudo-scientist religious-nut like Elizabeth Shaw might look at it from a creationist viewpoint and still pose the question “why was it made?”

  11. It was bad because the characters were stupid, boring, and didn’t make any sense. And the plot was stupid and didn’t make any sense.

  12. What on earth does anything you have said here have to do with this video or the discussions in these comments.

    If I were Jesus, I’d tell you to stop making me look bad.

  13. “Why was it made” was never a question. You imply that this was a designed creature in the Alien film, when, in fact, the decision to change this creatures backround from “a mysterious naturally evolved animal with it’s own home world and ecosystem” to “a genetically engineered bioweapon” was retcon.

    I’d like to get that straight, for all the younger people out there.

  14. Alien raised a collective of simple questions: “what is it?” “can we kill it?” “is there more?” “where did it came from?” “why was it made?”
    the important questions were answered: “it’s a multi-stage life-form capable of evolving from it’s host.” “kill it with fire” “there can be many more”
    Prometheus was commercialized on the subject of “revealing stuff”. but all we got were MORE questions. “whyhow did the engineers created man” “why did they tried to kill man” “why showing us the way?”

  15. Believe that Jesus Christ is your savior for all your sins. If you truly believe in Jesus Christ to be your savior for all your sins then you will go to heaven. If you believe in Jesus Christ then you are saved and you are in salvation and you have gained God’s righteousness. It matters not how much you have sinned in the past, in the present and especially in the future. Believe that Jesus Christ is your savior and you will go to heaven forever and that is the whole truth. Spread the truth.

  16. 0:41 And then we do the sequel to the sequel of the prequel to find out what happened in the sequel of the prequel sequel.

  17. I don’t remember any plot holes in Alien or Aliens, and I just them both like 3 weeks ago or less

  18. i fcking loved fcking prometheus, fcking hating fckers can fck themselves in the fck hole

  19. 0:47
    Didn’t anyone else see that in Aliens:Colonial Marines?
    After seeing the Space Jockey?

  20. The fact that it serves as a long set up for a franchise is why the movie fails. Plus this franchise it appears to be setting up doesn’t even look like it’s gonna be a good one. And the unanswered questions aren’t the only reason people don’t like it. It’s because the movie has barely any character developement and we never care about the characters of the Prometheus the way we did with the Nostromo. The amount of plot hole was long and frustating because of how beg they were.

  21. The thing with Millburns biologist was I think more to do with it being about a group of people skilled but maybe not like NASA full on professional where they’d follow very strict protocols. And I think that is really to do with Weyland in general, remember in the movie he is said to b eccentric and very superstitious. So thinking bout it here, cud it b that Weyland has always been trying to get after the xeno, without any1 else, the Govts (like NASA) knowing.

  22. Yeh those things were abit silly, but they’ve never really bothered me that bad to the point Id b totally put off the whole movie. I mean I just look at Fifeld’s geologist getting lost as a result of him bieng totally unstable, u cud see that how he acts before he goes in, and then finding out hes smoking pot.

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