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  1. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Suspiria (1977) -- in 4k UHD Blu-ray

    These few words are way in advance of the release, but I've asked, and am permitted to share them. I've just viewed the new Suspiria 4k via a Samsung 128gb thumb drive, which is slightly smaller than a flea. But it's all on there. Inclusive of HDR 10 and Dolby Atmos. Compared to the Synapse...
  2. Jim*Tod


    I was doing a search to find out when Synapse was going to release their blu ray of SUSPIRIA.... and came across this on the Wal Mart site...
  3. TravisR

    Popcorn (1991) from Synapse *limited to 3,000*

    Synapse Films is releasing Popcorn, the 1991 cult classic, in a steelbook Blu-ray/DVD combo release. It's on the pricier side but Synapse does excellent work and the movie is fun so I'll be splurging. Pre-orders are up on Synapse's site...
  4. TravisR

    Phenomena steelbook limited edition of 3,000 copies, Synapse exclusive

    Just like their excellent Tenebrae release earlier this year, Synapse Films is releasing Phenomena in a steelbook edition limited to 3,000 copies which contains 2 Blu-rays and the soundtrack on CD. Specs from Synapse: Available here...
  5. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Tenebrae -- in Blu-ray

    I've been told that Dario Argento's Tenebrae, was the result of family members, "requesting" that he return to the giallo, and that return was a very different taken on the genre. In typical Synapse fashion, funds have been accorded to bring a film back as close to perfection as possible...
  6. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About While we wait for A few words about...™ Tenebre -- in Blu-ray

    I've been informed that possibly later today, Dario Argento's Tenebre, will be officially announced by Synapse. Release date will be late February. A limited steelbook pressing, will be sold exclusively via the Synapse website. More to come... RAH
  7. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Triumph of the Will Blu-ray Review

    <b>Triumph of the Will Blu-ray Review</b><p><p>Unquestionably the most infamous propaganda film ever produced, Leni Riefenstahl’s <em class='bbc'>Triumph of the Will</em> is nevertheless a tremendous logistical and commercial accomplishment. Covering many of the events in a weeklong celebration...
  8. Robert Harris

    A Few Words About While we wait for A few words about...™ Triumph of the Will -- in Blu-ray

    A digital reclamation of Leni Riefenstahl's Triumph of the Will, has been ongoing for nearly two years. Digital work has been spearheaded by Greg Kimble, who has been working with multiple computers, and sets of software to massage the best image from the decades old 35mm duplicate fine grain...