For the first time ever, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie is releasing on Blu-ray!
Fresh off the announcement that they’ll be releasing Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie on Blu-ray (click here for the full recap), Shout! Factory is back at it again by releasing the second Power Rangers movie from the 1990’s.
Click here to order Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie on Blu-ray!
Bonus features on the disc will include Ranger Tales, a special feature looking back on the movie. Also included will be an original featurette, and the original movie trailer.
First released in 1998, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie follows Tommy Oliver and co. as they get their new Turbo Ranger powers for the very first time. Justin Stewart, the new Blue Ranger, also joins the crew as the first child Power Ranger.
Directed by David Winning, the Blu-ray will release on July 30, 2019 at a price of $15.99. Fans can check out the cover art above.
Check out the movie’s official synopsis below.
It’s the Power Rangers to the rescue as they race to save the planet Earth from certain destruction at the hands of a ruthless band of evil space aliens. The evil space alien Divatox plans to unleash the dark forces of Maligore, a powerful, fiery creature imprisoned inside a volcano on the magical island of Muiranthias. She can reach the island only by traveling through the dangerous Nemesis Triangle, and for that she needs the special powers of the magician Lerigot. But Lerigot flees to Earth, to see the only people who can stand against Divatox and her evil plan — the Power Rangers. Along with the new Blue Ranger, their turbo-powered Zords, and the unexpected help of original Power Rangers Kimberly and Jason, the Power Rangers set out on their most thrilling and dangerous adventure yet!
The movie is rated PG, with a runtime of 99 minutes.
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4 thoughts on “Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie Releasing on Blu-ray”
I am really looking forward to this
Turbo wasn’t personally my favorite ranger series. Having a child replace Rocky didn’t feel right and it was too bad they cancelled “rangers in concert” which was going to be the original power transfer from veteran rangers to the new rangers and instead we got “passing the torch” which felt rushed with missing story elements and scene jumps.
I’m happy with what we got. If you’re not, too freaking bad.
Why do you guys stop posting the moment I post something on one of these news pages. Why?