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  1. Derrick King

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    Only about 20 or so of the 1000+ titles that Criterion has released have been released on UHD somewhere in the world. So, while they have do stuff like Silence of the Lambs*, that might be a strong seller on UHD, no one is rushing to put out the vast majority of their existing catalog on UHD...
  2. Derrick King

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    What we lose in Phoebe Cates, we gain in Robert Romanus' wang.
  3. Derrick King

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    I said this on another forum, every aspect of the Universal release is so bad (it is completely electronic looking trash) that it shouldn't be used as a reference for how the film should look.
  4. Derrick King

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    According to a post from the guy that works for Cameron Crowe, Universal lost the mono track. So it isn't going to be included. But, on the plus side, the television cut is from a new HD scan of an IP. Arrow licensed the film directly from producer Jeremy Thomas, who owns the UK rights to the...
  5. Derrick King

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    I'll say it again, The Elephant Man is licensed from Paramount and Crash is licensed from Warner Brothers. Neither of which license UHD rights to boutique labels. I don't know if UHD rights to Parasite were included in their deal with Neon. But for the sake of argument, say that Criterion has...
  6. Derrick King

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    I think around 15 or so spine numbers, with one of those being the Bruce Lee Fortune Star titles, so about 18 or 19 films out of the well over 10XX movies they've released on DVD or Blu-ray have been released on UHD somewhere in the world.
  7. Derrick King

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    The person that works for him that posts at the Blu-ray forum said they have plans for it. So maybe.. An article in the Tulsa World about John Kapelos from 2017 It obviously didn't happen in 2018, so who knows if it was a misunderstanding by the reporter or if they cancelled it for some...
  8. Derrick King

    Criterion Press Release: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) (Blu-ray)

    Arrow already has released packed editions of Weird Science and Sixteen Candles in the US. But maybe the rumored Ferris Buller's Day Off will materialize.
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