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Help Aliens Destroy Your Friends Property!
In order to help promote The Day The Earth Stood Still DVD release in April you are being given the chance to send a video to your friends showing their being destroyed by an unstoppable alien force!
At www.thetrailofdestruction.com you are able to create your own destruction video for your friends by entering just a few details. The outcome? Your friends home will be destroyed from above, all in a news style broadcast!
It's a fantastic bit of fun, that should bring a smile to the face of your friends, or the look of shock to your parents!
The Day The Earth Stood Still Special Edition Blu-ray Disc and DVD, both with Digital Copy, are three-disc sets that include the 1951 version of the film, which was widely acclaimed as one of the most thought-provoking science-fiction films of all time. Both the BD and DVD are highlighted by out-of-this-world bonus features including deleted scenes, featurettes, picture-in-picture commentary, a "Build Your Own Gort" feature (BD-exclusive) and more. A two-disc version of The Day The Earth Stood Still is also available on DVD, featuring both 2008 and 1951 versions of the film.
All releases should be available on April 7th.