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  Alien Quadrilogy explodes on DVD
  Almost a quarter of a century after it’s birth, the legendary and terrifying Alien Saga has been digitally re-mastered and reborn as the ultimate 9-disc limited edition Alien Quadrilogy containing two versions of all four films and over 40 hours of bonus material. This definitive collection will be available to buy as a highly collectable numbered boxset (RRP: £69.99) on 8th December 2003 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Featuring special editions of all four films together for the first time on DVD, Alien Quadrilogy is a must-have boxset for sci-fi and film fans alike this Christmas. The Alien movies have been keeping audiences enthralled and terrified for over 2 decades and have turned Sigourney Weaver into an international star.

Alien Quadrilogy contains both the original theatrical and brand new, extended versions of the four films (Alien, Aliens, Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection – including Scott’s 2003 Alien Directors Cut) each with it’s own additional disc containing new and intriguing bonus material. In addition a ninth disc, which has been specially created to delve even deeper into the Alien Saga and showcase the spectacular special effects, breathtaking cinematography and thrilling action sequences – guaranteed to thrill and impress.

Check out our forums for a full list of the 9 disk content!
  Darren Jones [14 Nov 2003 at 20:17]
     

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