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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Richard--W, Jul 28, 2013.
Roman Polanski's Macbeth (1972).
Suddenly, Last Summer (1959)
The Taming of the Shrew (1967)
Little Women (1994)
Little Women! Yes.+++
How about The China Syndrome?
Frank Capra's The Bitter Tea of General Yen
Orson Welles' The Lady from Shanghai
Max Ophüls' The Reckless Moment
Any Nick Ray
Sidney Lumet's Fail-Safe
Arthur Penn's Mickey One
Since it seems like the Columbia / Sony is not going to release it. I would love to see a nice Blu-Ray of one of my favorites from 1995. Ang Lee's Sense and Sensibility.
Footnote: It is difficult to imagine that it has been nearly 20 years since that was released.
A Man for All SeasonsThe SwimmerThe Last DetailMacbeth (Polanski)The Man From LaramieThe Night of the GeneralsFunny Lady1776TessThe Long Gray LineThe ChaseThe Violent MenTwo Rode TogetherCat BallouLord JimObsession (de Palma)BarabbasCromwellCowboy (1958)The Last FrontierMackenna's GoldAge of ConsentThey Came to CorduraLost CommandThe Heroes of TelemarkThe HorsemenAlvarez KellyCastle KeepFire Down Below
Tonight and Every Night
Miss Sadie Thompson
Ten Tall Men
The Running Man (1963)
The Cockleshell Heroes
The Mountain Road
The Best of Enemies
No Time to Die
All the Young Men
A Time for Killing
Fools' ParadeBudd Boetticher Collection
The Whistle at Eaton Falls
Walter, if you don't want to wait, I believe Sense and Sensibility is out on Blu-ray in the UK.
Andrew - Thanks, I'll check it out on amazon.uk.
Oh, and I'll second Gilda from Matthew's list, just to see "put the blame on mame" in HD.
Looking for this one as well as Age of Innocence.
The Swimmer is coming from Grindhouse Releasing
The Man From Laramie is coming from TT in '14
The Last Detail is with Mill Creek
Cover Giri, LOL...already released by TT.
The Chase is also with Mill Creek
Tess is coming from Criterion
Gilda....Probably with Criterion
The Age of Innocence is with Image
Ditto for The China Syndrome
Lost Horizon (1937)
The Violent Men (1954)
A Song to Remember (1944)
The Jolson Story (1946)
All the King’s Men (1949)
Lust for Gold (1949)
Jolson Sings Again (1949)
The Eddy Duchin Story (1956)
Night (Curse) of the Demon (British cut, 1958)
Song Without End (1960)
The Three Worlds of Gulliver (1960)
Lost Command (1966)
MacKenna’s Gold (1969)
Import the region free UK release from Arrow.
[*]Brand new High Definition transfer of the film (1080p)
[*]Original LPCM Mono Audio and 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio audio options
[*]4 panel reversible sleeve with original and newly commissioned artwork
[*]Two sided fold out poster
[*]Exclusive collector s booklet featuring an essay on the film by critic and author Brad Stevens
[*]Available for the first time! Paul Schrader s original screenplay of the film in a perfect bound booklet. With the original title Déjà vu, Schrader s original script includes unfilmed sequences and sees the tripartite structure deal with the past, present and future of Michael Courtland.
[*]Obsession Revisited: Interviews with director Brian De Palma, stars Cliff Robertson and Genevieve Bujold and more!
[*]Early Brian De Palma short films: Woton s Wake (1962) and The Responsive Eye (1966)
I'm still waiting for a really good looking Hammer Blu, so how about a double bill of, The Gorgon & The Curse Of The Mummy's Tomb (I saw them as a double bill in England, as I'm sure Nick Redman did - if he was a fan of this stuff) plus, Terror Of The Tongs. The DVD's look great, & it does say mastered in HD on the box. The long version of that bitter war film, The Victors. Lord Jim, a very poor DVD, soft & with muted colours, I wonder if Sony have got around to remastering it yet?
LORD JIM---- A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS
Sony has released "The China Syndrome" in Germany on a region-free pressing for $10 Euros...which converts to US$15...it's authorized Sony/Columbia product, so you can be assured of quality control and decent picture/sound...
The Bitter Tea of General Yen
A Man For All Seasons
Suddenly Last Summer
And since they put out Bell, Book and Candle, how about the next Richard Quine film, that also co-starred Jack Lemmon and Ernie Kovacks... It Happened to Jane starring Doris Day.
There are others, but those top my list.
Since each of film lasts about 75 minutes, Twilight Time could make them double-features on blu-ray, including the documentary A MAN CAN DO THAT with the isolated scores, commentaries and featurettes.
I recently got the German discs of The China Syndrome and Tootsie. Both are excellent. (They would top my TT wish list, but I'd rather see them focus first on films unavailable on blu elsewhere,)