‘Robocop Trilogy’ Blu-ray Arrives October 5th

These iconic films from the 80s and 90s starring Peter Weller are now all available on one BD set.
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‘Robocop Trilogy’ Blu-ray Arrives October 5th

The Robocop Trilogy is hitting store shelves in high-def Blu-ray for the very first time on October 5. This new three-disc set will be priced at $59.98 SRP. You can take a look at the cover art below. No details on special features were given, but the set will feature all three theatrical films - Robocop, Robocop 2 and RoboCop 3. We'll keep you posted if any special feature updates are given:

Robocop Trilogy Blu-ray artwork

Packed full of memorable moments and Robocop quotes, the Robocop Trilogy is a fan must-have. Viewers can experience their favorite "human" robot in all three classic films, now on Blu-ray. Directors Paul Verhoeven (Total Recall, Basic Instinct) of Robocop, Irvin Kershner of Robocop 2 and Fred Dekker (The Monster Squad, Night of the Creeps) of RoboCop 3 bring the half robot, half police officer to life with the help of an intensely talented cast, including Peter Weller (The Order; 24), Robert John Burke (Good Night, And Good Luck.; Tombstone), Kurtwood Smith (Rambo III; That '70s Show) and Nancy Allen (Law & Order, Carrie).

In Robocop (1987), a terminally wounded cop in crime-ridden Detroit returns to the force as a powerful cyborg with submerged memories haunting him. Robocop 2 (1990) features a corrupt businesswoman seeking to disable Robocop in favor of her own model of cyborg. In RoboCop 3 (1993) Robocop saves the day once more. This time the half man/half robot takes on ruthless developers who want to evict some people on "their" land.

Robocop was released January 1st, 1987.

Robocop 2 was released June 22nd, 1990.

RoboCop 3 was released November 5th, 1993.

Sources: Fox Home Entertainment
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  • dan1 • 5 years ago

    I really enjoyed the first Robocop. After that, meh.

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    • emmytt • 5 years ago

      cool

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      • jasonkat • 5 years ago

        AGREE this is 1 of few movies that should get a reboot. it was a good movie but yea the technology we have today has improved from the 80s. so watever that would b CGI would look much better now as long as they dont make it 3d LOL.

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        • themime • 5 years ago

          It might be an insane idea but this is one movie they should reboot/remake. The Mime is a big fan of this franchise and it would be cool to see robo-cop being like iRobot (movement wise) and not like his previous movements; looking more of a Hobo-cop than a Robo-cop

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