We can now reveal that the documentary on the “Sting – Into The Light” DVD and Blu-ray, releasing next month, will be approximately 1 hour and 16 minutes in length.
On top of that, there will be nearly 30 minutes of documentary-like “stories” as extras to the main feature, and of course the compilation of more than 20 Sting matches to complete the set.
Click here to pre-order a copy of “Sting – Into The Light” with Amazon.com.
As for “Owen – Hart of Gold”, WWE’s big Home Video release planned for December, information we’ve just received confirms that the documentary portion will be approximately 1 hour and 11 minutes in length, with an additional 45 minutes of Owen “stories” told by various talent.
Those are joined by 21 matches on the Blu-ray and tribute videos from “RAW is Owen”.
You may recall that a synopsis posted on Amazon for the Owen Hart DVD/Blu-ray stated that the documentary would be between 90 and 120 minutes in length, so that has turned out to either be an assumption on their part or they were including the extra “stories” in that runtime.
Click here to pre-order a copy of “Owen – Hart of Gold” with Amazon.com.
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Released today by Kayfabe Commentaries is a new addition to the “Guest Booker” DVD series as Glenn Gilbertti (Disco Inferno) discusses some of his weird and wonderful booking ideas back in WCW – The Invisible Man, Bill Ding the evil architect, the Martian Invasion, and more!
And speaking of WCW, we’re hearing that Kevin Nash has signed with Kayfabe Commentaries to feature in new “Timeline: The History of WCW” and “Guest Booker” DVDs in 2016.
Last month we reported on “WWE DVD chocolate box sets” in the works.
They are confirmed for release to fans in Australia this November in time for the holiday’s, and the contents of the box sets will be exactly as the name suggests – WWE DVDs and chocolate.
Yes, real chocolate!
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Why are WWE’s documentaries so short these days??
Such short documentary on two legends?
In my mind, a doc – and everything else for that matters – should not be judged by run time, but rather how the content is, and how it is presented.
The Owen release is a very delicate and emotionel loaded subject, and with the appearently absence of his widows cooperation on this project, it will perhaps have some gaps in it. We’ll have to see how WWE fill these gaps.
The Sting release will likely be in the form of The Ultimate Warrior set, mostly following him around Wrestlemania 31.
My favorite WWE docs are ECW, Foley, Heyman and Austin. They all run respectly between 2 hours and 4 hours (counting the great 2 hours Bluray extras on Foleys set), so I’m definitely not a fan of these “snap-chat”-like docs we are having these days, that glides over seemingly important points or even misses years and years (Jerry the King Lawler).
But, I would still wait to shoot it down untill I actually checked it out, or at least seen a preview of it or read a review.
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Nearly 2 hours for Owen with the extra stories sound pretty good. Guess we will really see how much Martha handcuffed WWE with the documentary.
Austin and The Rock now with chocolate! Layeth the smackdown on all the candy bars while having a 6-pack of chocolate bunnies! -lol-