When it comes to DNR video processing, screencaps have always been a reliable indicator for me. More reliable than personal reviews with no screencaps. I'm particularly sensitive to any DNR or "grain management" as others call it.
DVDBeaver just posted screencaps of Foxfire (1955). It looks like somebody took a DNR scrubrush to the master Universal sent to Kino. Detail has been significantly reduced and doesn't look like the detail I would expect from a high-definition source. It may be the best we ever get for this...
Has Kino ever tried to reach out to Earl Owensby about licensing his films? He made 6 low-budget 3-D films in the 80's that were apparently very well shot, but can only be seen at repertory festivals in 35mm prints.
Here's a thread that goes into more detail.
I didn't know where to ask this question, so I decided to put it here.
There's been quite a bit of controversy over the Amazon/Disney/Warner feud lately. A Disney-biased source says that it's Amazon's fault.
I'm curious to know your opinion on Amazon as a retailer of your...