You can finally experience Vin Diesel in his breakout character in high definition this March. Pitch Black and The Chronicles of Riddick will both be available on Blu-ray for the first time on March 31. Each disc will be priced at $29.98 SRP and a two-pack with both films will also be available on that date for $59.98 SRP. The films follow the adventures of Richard B. Riddick, played by Vin Diesel.

Pitch Black

A spacecraft carrying an assortment of passengers including Riddick (Vin Diesel), a dangerous, shackled murderer between prisons, is forced to make a crash landing on a barren, triple-sunned planet after the craft suffers severe damage during a meteor shower. The ship is ripped into pieces, killing several crew members and leaving meek officer Fry (Radha Mitchell) in charge of the survivors. After two unfortunate deaths, the survivors discover that the only visible life form on the planet is a species of light-fearing, carnivorous, occasionally cannibalistic aliens dwelling in caverns beneath the desert surface. Using a model of the planet and its suns in an abandoned research station, Fry deduces that she and her fellow travellers have unfortunately descended on the planet on the day of its first total eclipse in 22 years, giving them mere hours before they are bathed in total darkness. Only then is it safe for the hungry subterranean creatures to emerge, seeking to feed on the remaining survivors. However, the dangerous Riddick, through black market injections received in lock-up, is able to see in darkness- causing the surviving crew members to reluctantly remain dependent on the potentially harmful criminal. As the survivors are killed one by one by the hungry creatures, they realize that Riddick may be their only hope.

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Special Features:

- U Control

- Picture in Picture

- Pitch Black Raw

- BD Live: Download Center - My Scenes Sharing

- Feature Commentary with Vin Diesel, Cole Hauser and Director David Twohy

- Feature Commentary with Director David Twohy, Producer Tom Engelman and Visual Effects Supervisor Peter Chiag

- An Introduction by David Twohy

- The Game Is On

- The Johns Chase Log

- The Making of Pitch Black

- Dark Fury: Advancing the Arc

- The Chronicles of Riddick Visual Encyclopedia

- A View into the Dark

The Chronicles of Riddick

Vin Diesel reprises his star-making Pitch Black role of enigmatic anti- hero Richard B. Riddick in the new science fiction action-adventure epic, The Chronicles of Riddick. Riddick has spent the last five years on the move among the forgotten worlds on the outskirts of the galaxy, eluding mercenaries bent on collecting the price on his head. Now, the fugitive finds himself on planet Helion, home to a progressive multicultural society, which has been invaded by the Lord Marshal (Feore), a zealot who targets humans for subjugation with his army of warriors known as Necromongers. Exiled to a subterranean prison where extremes of temperature range from arctic nights to volcanic days, Riddick encounters Kyra (Davalos), the lone survivor from an earlier chapter in his life. His efforts to free himself and Kyra lead him to the Necromonger command ship, where he is pitted against the Lord Marshal in an apocalyptic battle with possibly the fate of all beings-both living and dead-hanging in the balance.

Special Features:

- Intro by David Twohy

- Feature Commentary with Writer-Director David Twohy and Actors Karl Urban and Alexa Davalos

- Virtual Guide to The Chronicles of Riddick

- Toombs Chase Log

- Virtual Effects Revealed

- Deleted Scenes

- Creation on New Mecca

- Riddick Rises

- Keep What You Kill