Flawed 1990’s Classic, Captain America, Coming to Blu-Ray on May 21st

I am a fan of the 1990 version of Captain America. It is flawed, but interesting and full of potential. As a fan I was excited about the DVD release and even while enjoying the film on DVD I was shocked it got that release. I just didn’t think their was enough fans to support any movement on the title. I was happily wrong, yet I was still stunned when I opened up my email this morning and found this announcement from Shout! Factory:


Steve Rogers happens to be the best candidate out of six hundred volunteers. He has the power to save millions. Only he could defeat a superhuman madman. But saving the world let him trapped in an icy grave until fate released him to finish a battle that started decades ago. Now an evil genius in on the verge of global domination and only Captain America can stop him! On May 21, 2013, Shout! Factory will unleash the long-awaited 1990 action sci-fi movie classic CAPTAIN AMERICA, starring Matt Salinger (What Dreams May Come), Ronny Cox (Total Recall, RoboCop), Ned Beatty (Toy Story 3, Superman), Darren McGavin (The X-Files), Michael Nouri (NCIS, Damages) and Scott Paulin (Castle, JAG), in a special Collector’s Edition Blu-ray™.

Available for the first time on Blu-ray™, CAPTAIN AMERICA COLLECTOR’S EDITION features widescreen movie presentation in astonishing high-definition and insightful new interview with director Albert Pyun and actor Matt Salinger. A must-have for movie collectors, comic book enthusiasts and young aspiring heroes to complete their pop culture library, this definitive collector’s edition release of CAPATAIN AMERICA: Collector’s Edition Blu-ray has a suggested retail price of $14.97. Pre-Order Captain America on Blu-ray


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