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SOME UNIVERSAL SCI-FI FROM KOCH MEDIA IN GERMANY


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#41 of 45 Eastmancolor

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Posted June 24 2014 - 04:33 PM

I got my German disc of TARANTULA today and it's in a standard blue color case, not the red one in Amazon's listing.

 

Certainly not a big deal, but I was a little disappointed. 

 

Did anyone get a red case?



#42 of 45 revgen

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Posted June 26 2014 - 07:43 AM

Nope. It's blue for me too.



#43 of 45 AshJW

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Posted June 26 2014 - 01:08 PM

Look like PR, no one in "my" german forum got a red case, all blue.


what is the use of gadgets such as sound, color, widescreen or 3D
when there is a lack of good story, good actors and professionals behind the camera?


#44 of 45 revgen

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Posted June 29 2014 - 11:07 AM

I enjoyed watching Tarantula for the first time in widescreen format. I can't imagine ever watching it in 4:3 again. The widescreen cropping creates a better sense of tension and claustrophobia during certain scenes.

 

They included the 4:3 version on the disc too. I'm not sure why. I guess there are some folks who'd be upset at not having the TV version they've seen so much of over the years.


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#45 of 45 John Hermes

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Posted June 29 2014 - 02:00 PM

It would be nice to have the framing of the 1.85 version and the sharpness of the 1.33.  :)






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