Dear readers, if you just can’t get enough of my writing, or if you just want a top-notch edition of a classic film, Arrow Films are releasing a new limited edition blu-ray of Sam Peckinpah’s Major Dundee on June 28. The release features both the theatrical and restored versions, the former in a 4K scan, commentary tracks by an array of critical and scholarly luminaries, a visual essay by David Cairns, spectacular artwork by Tony Stella, and an essay booklet featuring writing by Farran Smith Nehme, Jeremy Carr, and yours truly. This is a beautiful thing, people.
Here it is at the Arrow site
Via Zavvi, UK
Via Grindhouse Video
Via Zavvi, US
Pre-order in Canada via Unobstructed View
You can also read my Film Freedonia essay about the film (not the same one as comes with the disc) here.