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Chad Michael Collins Joins Forces with Original Sniper Stars Tom Berenger & Billy Zane for the Ultimate Sniper Adventure

SNIPER: Ultimate Kill

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Smith Global Media Signs Distribution Deal With Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (EXCLUSIVE)

Recently launched theatrical distribution company Smith Global Media and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment have signed a distribution agreement for upcoming SGM releases through 2020.

The pact includes both digital and physical distribution worldwide for Smith Global’s next 10-12 releases. 230 more words

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Sony Won't Release Clean Versions of Films if Directors Disapprove

UPDATED: After coming under fire, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has revised its “clean version” initiative that allowed viewers to screen edited versions of two dozen of the studio’s films. 481 more words

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Cannes: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Snares 'Serpent'

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has acquired North American physical and digital distribution rights to the Distant Horizon-produced suspense thriller “Serpent.”

Written and directed by first time feature filmmaker Amanda Evans, “Serpent” follows a husband and wife on a romantic escape out in the wild that quickly turns deadly when they are trapped in a tent with a poisonous snake. 215 more words

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Sony Pictures and Intel Announce 4K Partnership

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE) and Intel Corporation have announced that ULTRA, SPHE’s 4K movie streaming service, will debut on computers powered by 7th Gen Intel Core processors beginning in Q1 2017. 244 more words

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Blu-ray Review: Afflicted (2013)

Distributor: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

MPAA Classification: R

Directors: Derek Lee & Clif Prowse

Starring: Derek Lee, Clif Prowse, Michael Gill, Baya Rehaz, Jason Lee… 533 more words

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Comcast Offers "Extras" With Universal, Paramount, Lionsgate & Sony Films

Those watching movies at home who also want to play games, explore maps or look at the sets among other things will have a chance to do so as the result of an agreement between Comcast and its Universal Pictures along with Paramount, Lionsgate and Sony Pictures. 325 more words

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