We'd expect nothing less from the film industry, just in time for Christmas:
"...Disposable DVDs look and play like normal DVDs, except that their playable surface is dark red.
Each disc contains a chemical time-bomb that begins ticking once itï¿½s exposed to air. Typically, after 48 hours, the disc turns darker, becoming so opaque that a DVD playerï¿½s laser can no longer can read it. (Discs can live as little as one hour or as long as 60 hours.)"
An exponential value destroyer. Incredible that these guys can keep coming up with them.