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#1 of 11 OFFLINE   FoxyMulder

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Posted July 06 2012 - 07:42 AM

I just saw that Koch have The Tall Men scheduled for release in September 2012, did you work on this or do you have any information on this title with regards what to expect of the Blu ray release.   Also i see you make note of fine grain masters in your post above, should films like Psycho or Apocalypse Now be using fine grain masters to make the Blu ray or would it be better if they used the original camera negatives, i ask because to me they seem a little "smooth" as far as the look goes and i do like a little bit more grain texture when viewing a film, the reviews were all positive for those and some other films which have used fine grain masters as their source but i am not that keen whenever i hear that they have used a fine grain master, is there any reason a fine grain master shouldn't be used for making an HD master and is there a reason that it should be used. ?   I have read various reviews of Event Horizon and seen people mention that the image appears to be slightly wrong, that people are slightly thinner than they should be, is this how you view it too or is that release just fine. ?

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