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SCREAM 10th Anniversary SE this fall?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Erin C, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. Erin C

    Erin C Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully our wishes will come true and we'll FINALLY get an anamorphic transfer AND the unrated cut of the film.

    Re-release all 3 films as 2 disc sets with DTS and 5.1 tracks for a REAL ULTIMATE COLLECTION.

    I have my old ULTIMATE set waiting to be thrown out anyday now!
     
  2. Todd Stout

    Todd Stout Well-Known Member

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    I'd certainly buy a new copy of Scream if it was anamorphic widescreen. Having both cuts on one DVD would be an added bonus for me. I can't believe I saw this in the theater almost 10 years ago already.
     
  3. David_Blackwell

    David_Blackwell Well-Known Member

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    I think the Scream movies aged badly (especially 3).
     
  4. Dave Mack

    Dave Mack Well-Known Member

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    sniff, sniff.... Fart?

    I have a good anamorphic SCREAM from Australia, DTS. Looks GREAT but there is the PAL speedup.
     
  5. Bob Partovi

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    disney owns the right's so no uncut "x" rated edition most likely. There are a thousand extras already sheesh.
     
  6. David (C)

    David (C) Well-Known Member

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    Disney had no concerns releasing it UNRATED for LD.
     
  7. Mark Edward Heuck

    Mark Edward Heuck Well-Known Member

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    I think there was a bit of a loophole in that it was Image Entertainment who technically "released" it through their then-deal with Disney. The perception was that laserdisc was such a small, specialized market that an unrated, uncut release in the format would stay under the radar. If a similar third party were to handle the title for DVD, I could see that happening. But Disney themselves, no, they stick firm to that policy; even the "badder" BAD SANTA edit carried an "R" rating.
     
  8. Malcolm R

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    No, it doesn't. It is "unrated" as noted by the big box on the front that says "The Unrated Version" and the large-font tagline "The Naughty Version You Didn't See In Theaters!", as well as pumped in the blurb on the back as "The Unrated Version--the longer, funnier, more explicit motion picture."

    So if they did it for "Bad(der) Santa", there's no reason they can't do it for "Scream."
     
  9. Travis Brashear

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    Boo-yeah!
     
  10. Erin C

    Erin C Well-Known Member

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    There were only 3 scenes that were trimmed IIRC.
    I don't see ANY reason to think that they wouldn't do it right if they are going to do it at all.
    It doesn't really need any new extras,just a new transfer of the uncut version.
     
  11. Matt Stone

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    I think there were actually 5 small bits...but my guess is that if they re-submitted it for a new rating, they could probably get an R in today's horror climate.
     
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    Matt, I would be inclined to agree. Horror is back.
     
  13. Lyle_JP

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    The trims were:
    * Steve's intestines falling out.
    * Zoom in to Casey's body at regular speed.
    * Tatum's head being crushed by the garage door.
    * Kenny looking up at the killer after his throat is cut.
    * Billy stabbing Stu more times.
    * Stu's blood dripping off his hand and creating a pool on the floor.

    I have the uncut German DVD which is great. For those sensitive to PAL speedup, there is also a Korean disc which is also supposed to be anamorphic and pretty good quality.

    -Lyle J.P.
     
  14. Matt Stone

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    I still watch my laserdisc over the DVD. I'm still looking for the DTS laser though. I have the Scream 2 DTS disc (which sounds terrific), but I can never seem to find the first film.
     

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