Movies Nolan Personally Ushers ‘Following’ to Blu written by John Bierly September 19, 2012 The Lady and the Gentlemen recently did a podcast in which we raved about the early genius on display in Christopher Nolan’s first film, “Following.” On December 11, the home video magicians at Criterion are releasing it for the first time on Blu-ray with major input from the master craftsman himself, Mr. Nolan. The video transfer was personally supervised by Nolan, who also provides a new interview and audio commentary. Other special features include a chronological view of the film’s events, comparisons between the shooting script and the finished product, and Nolan’s elusive short film “Doodlebug” (featuring “Following” star Jeremy Theobald). For audio and other technical specs, click here. We’ll definitely be reviewing this release right here at Modern Myth Media! (And if you’d like to support MMM, you can pre-order your copy here.) Nolan Personally Ushers ‘Following’ to Blu was last modified: February 22nd, 2016 by John Bierly Related 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest John Bierly previous post A Justice League of Their Own, Part 2: Some Ensemble Required next post First Official Image from ‘The Wolverine’ You may also like James Bond: First Image And Video From... February 12, 2015 Open Forum: Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials September 18, 2015 Interstellar Goes IMAX April 16, 2013 Open Forum: FRANK MILLER’S SIN CITY: A... August 25, 2014 Warner Bros. Unleashes Godzilla Upon the World December 10, 2013 Trailer: TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF... December 10, 2015 Jeff Robinov Exiting Warner Bros. June 20, 2013 Final Trailer For THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING... October 27, 2013 Trailer: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL November 19, 2015 Warner Bros. And J.K. Rowling Find FANTASTIC... September 12, 2013 Charlie I wish he’d do a commentary for BB, TDK and TDKR. Maybe someday after a few years have passed he’ll go back and record some commentariest for yet another special edition dvd set that will undoubtedly come out down the road. Now if we could only get Spielberg to do commentaries for his films….