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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Kristoffer, Nov 13, 2003.
Kill has been anounced acording to davisdvd.com!!!
We should expect this one to be relatively bare-bones. I can't wait for Quentin's jacked up DVD set . A four month theater to DVD release window eh? They're getting shorter and shorter everyday.
I am bummed out!
I was hoping for the DVD release to included both Volumes.
Its been on VideoETA for a while
I liked this movie. Think I'll borrow the first edition, and hold out on purchase until one of the box sets.
Gotta cut down on double-dips (and DVD's in general )
I'll be at Best Buy when they open
I think I have a solution... check back in a bit
I'm not so sure that the initial release will be bare bones. I've read in a magazine (either Cinescape or Empire) that he's going to do something like LOTR with no duplicate extras. So the first release will likely have some extras, although surely will not be as packed as the eventual boxset that will come later.
I'm also hoping for the Japanese version to be included on the later release!
I'm hoping for a LOTR type release too, with a seperate release for 1 and 2, with some extras, than a big Expanded/ Directors cut release with tons of extras, and the Japanese cut being joined to part 2 like it was meant to be seen.
I think I'll hold off on buying the single discs, and pick them up used, seeing as it's pretty much a given that a deluxe set well come out.
Splitting the film in 2 for the theatres was bad enough, but doing the same for the DVD release is ridiculous.
So when exactly did Tarantino become a sellout?
January and February are adding up already. The Planet of the Apes: 35th Anniversary Edition comes out the same day as Kill Bill.
I think I can wait for the super duper edition.
Volumes I & II will run at least four hours total so even if Tarantino decided to wait and release both together as one film it would have to spilt up over two discs or be a flipper so it might as well be separate releases with different bonus material.
Excellent. I'll be buying every version of this, including the Japanese cuts. Well, except for the foolscreen ones of course.
Rob, thank you so much for changing the sig. I cannot think of another forum where the members as polite as the members of this forum are.
Was the Kill Bill movie a success on the big sreen?(meaning was it a blockbuster? or just a moderate hit?). I'm looking forward to seeing it, but I think I'll wait until the SE edition comes out.