Nine years ago, the award-winning and critically acclaimed filmmaker James Cameron took us on a breathtaking and haunting journey down to the grave site of the Titanic, something no one had ever done before. Using state of the art technology, Cameron, alongside actor Bill Paxton and a team of explorers, take us on an awesome and beautiful experience that is truly breathtaking. This was the first 3D film that Walt Disney Studios ever made, so it’s appropriate that Disney has returned to it now with the recent resurgence of 3D films. This is one of my all time favorite documentaries, and I’m so glad to see that Disney has returned to it for a blu-ray release. Featuring a completely new digitally restored version of the film, the original 60 minute version in 3D, and the extended ninety minute version, this is a set that doesn’t disappoint.
I’ve always been interested in the Titanic, and what happened that fateful day April 15, 2012. So for years, one of my favorite documentaries has been Jame Cameron’s ‘Ghosts of the Abyss’. Created specifically for IMAX back in its original release, the film is a breathtaking and beautiful journey down to the grave of the Titanic, something that hasn’t been seen since the night it sank. For fans of the Titanic, this is definitely something you don’t want to miss. The film follows James Cameron and Bill Paxton as they use some of the world’s most incredible technology to explore the grave site of the Titanic, something no one has ever been able to do before. I’m definitely excited to see Disney is putting together this truly magnificent film on blu-ray, and what a blu-ray package they’ve put together.