12 Angry Men - MGM
3000 Miles To Graceland - Franchise Pictures
A Fish Called Wanda - MGM
Arsenic And Old Lace - Warner
Back To Bataan - RKO
Basic - Columbia
Bataan - MGM
Beau Geste - Universal
Billy Budd - Warner
Black Sunday - Paramount
Boys Town - MGM
Broken Arrow - Fox
Bug - Lionsgate...
I've been waiting to see if and when there would be Blue Ray releases of two decent summer comedies:
Summer Rental (John Candy et al), and
Summer School (Mark Harmon et al)
Has anyone heard anything?
Don't know if this has been raised before on this forum but I see Best Buy has exclusives on these titles:
I’m thinking of going 4K UHD and 3D for my viewing pleasure. What I’d like are some recommendations as to hardware, I guess - what kind of player as well as what kind of TV/monitor.
Has anyone heard if this terrific movie will be released as a BluRay? The 1962 version starring Peter Ustinov, Terrence Stamp, Robert Ryan & Melvin Douglas. I believe it was made by Warner Brothers and was filmed in glorious black & white.
I surely do want older stuff released on Blu-ray. Here's a partial list. Some may be already in the works:
3000 Miles To Graceland
A Fish Called Wanda
Arsenic and Old Lace
Angels With Dirty Faces
Bad Day At Black Rock
Big Sleep, The
Blade: The Complete Series...
Just finished watching Ghostbusters 1 & 2 (Digibook)
The Killer Elite
The Dogs Of War
Planning on watching:
Run Silent, Run Deep
South Of St. Louis
The Young Savages
I’d love to see ALL the Charlie Chan movies on Blu Ray
I stand corrected - it is on the dark side but not as bad as the YouTube video. Also, there is a bluish cast when Barbara first enters the house. This cast is gone in another 10 or so minutes of playback. I have to agree that the trailer looks better than the BD.
This thread has been a fount of Western knowledge that I am so grateful for. This, and the books I'm now reading, are filling a void in the evolution of the Western film. Thanks so much to everyone for sharing their knowledge. May I ask where you.re getting all those wonderful pics of...
This has been a terrific thread and one that I read every day. I'd be hard-pressed to pick a top 10 list but two of my favorites would be most welcome on Blue-ray:
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.