Today marks the definitive edition release of Richard Rush’s 1980 cult classic The Stunt Man on DVD and it’s debut on Blu-ray. This week The Stunt Man has seen a barrage of great press including interviews with star/screen legend Peter O’Toole by Dave Itzkoff of The New York Times and Clark Collis of Entertainment Weekly. Tons of great Blu-ray reviews hit this week including endorsements from the following. The Wall Street Journal: “Ranks among the most interesting and thought-provoking meta-movies. The transfer is terrific, as is the audio presentation, which cleanly renders the cacophonic action as well.” DVD Beaver: “An impressive package! A lot of love went into this edition and it makes for a very desirable purchase!” BlogCritics.org: “The kind of movie the term “cult film” was invented to describe, and this fantastic Blu-ray version will likely be a frequent guest at home midnight movie screenings.” Mondo Digital: “A great film gets its finest presentation yet in a package that’s a must for any self-respecting movie lover!” The Digital Bits: “Another high quality release for a company that’s quickly turning into one of the best saviors of cult cinema around!” Additional Blu-ray review can be found here: DVD Savant, Mishka NYC, Pop Matters, DVD Verdict, Blu-ray.com, CHUD, an at Twitch Film.