The Police Story Trilogy (Eureka Classics) Limited Edition 3-Disc 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray, Coming September 2022

Eureka Entertainment to release THE POLICE STORY TRILOGY, the exhilarating martial arts comedies that established Jackie Chan as a worldwide superstar. Presented as part of the Eureka Classics range in their worldwide Ultra HD Blu-ray debuts from stunning 4K restorations.  Available from 26 September 2022, the Limited-Edition set (4000 copies only) will feature a Hardbound Slipcase & 100-page Collector’s Booklet.

The most action-packed trilogy of all time comes to Ultra HD Blu-ray for the first time ever! Featuring some of the most dangerous stunts ever performed on camera, these three films represent the pinnacle of Jackie Chan’s unique style of Hong Kong action filmmaking. A dazzling blend of gritty action cop drama, impeccably choreographed martial-arts sequences, and bone-crunching stunt work – this series of films revitalised the Hong Kong action genre and established Jackie Chan as a worldwide superstar.

Police Story (dir. Jackie Chan, 1985) – considered by Jackie Chan himself to be his best film in terms of pure action, Police Story stars Chan as “super cop” Chan Ka-Kui, who goes up against a notorious crime lord in a series of escalating set-pieces that resulted in many of Jackie’s stunt team being hospitalised.

Police Story 2 (dir. Jackie Chan, 1988) – Demoted to traffic cop after the events of the first film, Chan Ka-Kui is reinstated to the detective unit when a deadly gang of explosive experts blow up a building and threaten to blow up more if their demands are not met. Featuring yet more bravura stunt work, and even more injuries to its cast and crew, Police Story 2 is to this day considered one of the best action films ever made.

Police Story 3: Supercop (dir. Stanley Tong, 1992) – Action superstar Michelle Yeoh (Everything Everywhere All at Once) joins the series as Inspector Yang Chien-Hua, who teams up with Chan Ka-Kui to take down an international drug ring. With some of the most outrageous stunt sequences ever committed to film, Police Story 3: Supercop is an action masterpiece that must truly be seen to be believed.

All three films consistently appear on lists of the best action films ever made, and Eureka Classics is proud to present them all in their worldwide Ultra HD Blu-ray debuts from stunning 4K restorations!

Disc One – Police Story (1985)

  • 4K (2160p) UHD presentation of the original Hong Kong theatrical cut [100 mins]
  • 1080p HD presentation of the alternate “Police Force” export cut of the film [88 mins]
  • Hong Kong Version – Original Cantonese mono audio, as well as optional restored 5.1 DTS-HD MA
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Classic English dub (original mono)
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Brand new audio commentary with Asian film experts Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and F.J. DeSanto
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Brand new audio commentary with action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema
  • Police Force Version – Option of either the classic English dub track or a rare alternate audio track featuring the original Cantonese audio mixed with the Kevin Bassinson score
  • Newly revised English subtitles
  • Archival interview with Jackie Chan [19 mins]
  • Alternate and Deleted Scenes
  • Archival “Jackie Chan Stunts” promo
  • Trailers, including the films’ original theatrical and export trailers

Disc Two – Police Story 2 (1988)

  • 4K (2160p) UHD presentation of the Extended cut of the film [121 mins]
  • 1080p HD presentation of the original Hong Kong theatrical version [105 mins]
  • 1080p HD presentation of the alternate export version [95 mins]
  • Extended Version – Original Cantonese mono audio, as well as optional restored 5.1 DTS-HD MA
  • Extended Version – English dub presented in restored 5.1 DTS-HD MA
  • Extended Version – Brand new audio commentary with Asian film experts Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and F.J. DeSanto
  • Extended Version – Brand new audio commentary with action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Original Cantonese mono audio
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Archival audio commentary with Miles Wood and Jude Poyer
  • Export Version – Classic English dub track
  • Newly revised English subtitles
  • “Jackie Chan” episode of Son of the Incredibly Strange Film Show [41 mins] – documentary on Jackie Chan’s early career from cult film documentary series, presented by Jonathan Ross
  • Archival interview with actor and stuntman Benny Lai [15 mins]
  • Outtakes
  • railers, including the films’ original theatrical and export trailers 

Disc Three – Police Story 3: Supercop (1992)

  • 4K (2160p) UHD presentation of the original Hong Kong theatrical cut [96 mins] from a brand new restoration of the original film elements \ 1080p HD presentation of the alternate US version [91 mins]
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Original Cantonese mono audio, as well as an optional alternate Cantonese audio track featuring original, unaltered, sound effects
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Brand new Cantonese Dolby Atmos Surround Sound Audio
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Classic English dub track
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Brand new audio commentary with Asian film experts Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) and F.J. DeSanto
  • Hong Kong Theatrical Version – Brand new audio commentary with action cinema experts Mike Leeder & Arne Venema
  • US Version – “American English” dub track, including Jackie Chan and Michelle Yeoh voicing their own characters
  • US Version – Original Cantonese audio
  • Newly translated English subtitles
  • Brand new interview with Stunt Coordinator and Action Film Historian John Kreng
  • New featurette on rarely seen Jackie Chan video games, Kung Fu Master & Fists of Fire by Arne Venema
  • New featurette on the filming locations of the Police Story trilogy
  • Archival interview with Jackie Chan (20 mins)
  • Archival interview with Michelle Yeoh (23 mins)
  • Archival interview with director Stanley Tong (20 mins)
  • Archival interview with Jackie Chan’s long-time bodyguard and co-star Ken Lo (21 mins)
  • Outtakes (50 mins) – a huge selection of NG (“No Good”) shots from the film
  • Trailers