Any specifications on upcoming Kickboxer release 15th of July ?

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  1. KristianH

    KristianH Agent

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    Hey all!

    According to The Bits, Kickboxer is on its way out the 15th of July -03.

    Anyone knows of any specifications on this title? Will it be OAR, any extras, etc??
     
  2. Daniel I

    Daniel I Stunt Coordinator

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    Man, I hope this movie finally gets a decent re-release. It's definitley a guilty pleasure! Tong Po in OAR!

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  3. John Stone

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    Well, it's July already. Any word on the specs for this DVD? "Kickboxer" is definitely one of my favorite guilty pleasures. If it's presented in its OAR of 1.85:1 (and preferably 16x9 enhanced) I'm picking it up, otherwise no sale. I wrote to Lions Gate a week ago and, of course, got no response.
     
  4. John Stone

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    I just found out that Lions Gate is releasing this title MAR (1.33:1). [​IMG] I was looking forward to finally having "Kickboxer" on DVD, but I'm going to pass. Bastards.
     
  5. Philip Verdieck

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    Turds.
     
  6. Lucas Dang

    Lucas Dang Stunt Coordinator

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    Why not get the original Kickboxer release. It was done by HBO and it is Animorphic.
     
  7. KristianH

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  8. Lucas Dang

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    I did some checking and yes it is animorphic, but it isnt widescreen, I think its full frameP&S. Sorry for misleading you. I have watched it a couple of times and since it is animorphic it fills up my widescreen TV like a 1:85:1. This is an older movie shot at low production quality so I didnt notice any significant problems with the picture because it wasnt much to start with, looked better than the vhs that Im sure we have all seen. Anyways. I will buy it again if it comes out widescreen animorphic.
     

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