Django Unchained BluRay and DVD out worldwide

Django Unchained BluRay and DVD are out now, dear Europeans! A couple of weeks really only after Django Unchained was released to the US home video market (and topped the sales charts there for weeks) it is now also available in other major overseas markets, namely the UK, France and Germany (and a few others, with a few more to join in the next few weeks). Sony is handling international distribution, and so the features are fairly identical, with packaging and language options being among the only things that vary. While in the US a few retailers (Walmart and Target for example) had exclusive Steelbook editions with additional content, most international versions are fairly bare bones just like the regular editions are. These are the theatrical cuts on the Django Unchained BluRay and DVD, with only very few special features.

Here are the new discs available as of my writing today. Please consider using our Amazon links to get Django Unchained on BluRay or DVD, and post below to tell us about a Tarantino night you hosted with friends for example, we’d love to hear those stories. Also scroll below those covers, we’ve got some tips for a good night “at the movies at home” with your friends, QT style.

Available Django Unchained BluRay editions worldwide

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Overview of all versions and more. A lot of them are double editions, so they also include DVD, iTunes, UltraViolet. It depends a little.

Available Django Unchained DVD editions worldwide








Enjoy the show ladies and gentlemen. It is a Quentin Tarantino kind of spring all over the globe, so pop in those discs, invite a few friends over, open a beer or two, maybe some nachos as well? Home video has done wonders for cineasts, and I am a huge fan of the movie theater. There is just something to be said about a comfy couch, a high definition screen, a disc you can pause if a friend needs to step out and the proximity of your own kitchen. Plus, you’re the projectionist, so why not be like Quentin and show a few old trailers before the show, to your friends? We recommend the trailer to the original Django, as well to a few others, like grindhouse type movies and some westerns you like! Maybe even make it a double feature with some others. Get some inspiration at The Spaghetti Western Database.

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Sebastian is the founder and owner of the Tarantino Archives and has been a fan and observer of QT for over two decades now, cherishing his work and the window in the the wider world of cinema his movies have opened up. Inspired as such, he runs the Spaghetti Western Database (SWDb), the Grindhouse Cinema Database (GCDb), Furious Cinema, its German sister Nischenkino and The Robert Rodriguez Archives. He lives in Berlin.

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2 Responses

  1. Nosgoth1979 says:

    I’ve been kind of waiting to see Django Unchained. Although I would consider myself a Tarantino fan, I’ve heard mixed reviews and I’ve never enjoyed westerns. But after reading this review I think I’ll put it in my Blockbuster @Home queue and at least rent it. As an employee of DISH, one of my favorite things is testing the various services and products we come out with. And out of all of those Blockbuster @Home is one of my favorites because my old habit was to buy most of my movies before I saw them, but that habit left me with a bunch of discs I’ll never use again and did a lot of damage to my bank account. That’s not really a concern now; renting my movies through Blockbuster @Home from DISH, with its flat-monthly rate instead of buying them at $20-$30 a piece has saved me a lot of money.

  2. Evgeniy Nefyodov says:

    Smart, exciting, fascinating movie, especially the climax! Best gift for all fans of the Spaghetti Westerns! As always, the film has justified the best expectations.

    What’s next? Kung Fu movie? Musical? Disaster movie? Maybe mystical horror film?

    We can not wait!

    Good luck, Quentin!

    Evgeny Nefedov,
    Russian film critic (