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Fox was distributing MGM discs for a while.
That's why I still buy discs for films I know I'm going to watch several times. But most movies I tend to only watch once, so a rental is fine.
I don't think Criterion has exclusive rights to anything. A number of their films are available in other DVD and blu-ray editions from their...
I think summer's out, but Christmas may not be unrealistic.
It'll probably be even more obvious in a new 4K scan.
Yesterday it was announced that Toronto has cancelled all city events until July, so I'd imagine other parts of the country and the US will likely...
I've been watching Netflix in Canada and haven't seen a noticeable drop in picture quality.
It's one of those rare titles where the DVD looks better than the blu-ray.
It's happening in Canada now:...
Charge of the Light Brigade was released in Europe and may well see the light of day from Kino or another label eventually. Ryan's Daughter is...
Not to mention the fact that physical media is also going to be impacted by this.
In the books, he didn't always get the girl.
I would like to get one of those 48" sets, assuming I'm still alive and not destitute by then.
-Star Wars (original version)
-Empire (original version)
-Return of the Jedi (original version)
Ignore the rest.
It just finished principal photography last week, then shut down. So it's not going to be finished for a while.
I always knew hoarding all those movies would come in handy some day.
Chinatown already has a new master, so that one at least seems very likely.
I didn't think it was all that great when I saw it during its original release at the age of 11 - I can't imagine it's improved over time.
It depends on the streaming platform. I'm pretty sure iTunes isn't variable, as I've never noticed a drop in quality. I think if you don't have...
Nothing's for certain, but I still have access to purchased titles which are presently not available on iTunes. I also understand that people who...
They definitely won't be releasing Carnal Knowledge, as that's with MGM.
You can get Splash and Never Cry Wolf uncut and in HD on iTunes.
Given that catalogue titles on blu-ray sell in the low-thousands, 4K discs probably sell in the low-hundreds.
I would think the Harryhausen movies would look a lot worse than Jaws in 4K, with all of the shots mixing stop motion and rear projection.
The upcoming Australian disc is reportedly confirmed as region-free, so no need to wait.
This is my best guess as to what Paramount is likely to release. All of these have existing 4K masters:
Coming to America
At least the Universal stuff is being licensed out.
Not sure if it's still there, but it was on the Criterion Channel recently.
It's only nine years until the 50th anniversary.