Well, we've seen a couple of those titles get Region B Blu-ray releases (The Reptile for example) by StudioCanal. Maybe there's hope for something similar to happen with Snowman. Thanks for the info.No, sorry. It's probably with whoever also controls Quatermass II, X the Unknown, Devil Rides Out, Rasputin, The Reptile, etc. Might be Millennium, but they're apparently kaput.
Fox put out The Black Swan a few years ago: https://www.amazon.com/Black-Swan-42-Blu-ray-Power/dp/B00FLML6M8With a new Fox deal in place, I am hoping we will see such classics as THE HEIRESS, DECISION BEFORE DAWN, THE BLACK SWAN, LIFEBOAT, NIGHTMARE ALLEY, THE SNAKE PIT, UNFAITHFULLY YOURS (might be from Criterion), FIVE FINGERS, THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN (HAMMER), GIGOT, etc.
Then you should reference that you're referring to Canadian pricing when you post. Unless we're in the International section, I always assume people are referencing US pricing unless noted otherwise.No, actually in Canada, KL titles retail for $29.99 at HMV, Cinema One and most any other video retailer I have shopped at. Yes, Amazon.com has some great 'savings' for U.S. consumers. If you shop from Canada using .com instead of .ca you pay the U.S. price - sounds great, until you factor in customs, shipping and handling and, of course, the horrific conversion of funds from U.S. to Canadian dollars. And just so we're on the same page, folks: Daddy Long Legs on Amazon.ca is currently retailing for $32.99 - before taxes; with shipping and taxes factored in, this catalog title is going for $42.90: so, so much for cheap KL titles this side of the pond. So, Travis R and atfree - please do your homework before you suggest my inferences and shopping methodologies are flawed!!!
I agree with you except for two things:Then you should reference that you're referring to Canadian pricing when you post. Unless we're in the International section, I always assume people are referencing US pricing unless noted otherwise.
How many extras do we have to do before people stop making false comments about our releases. Yes, some are barebones, but we've also won the Saturn Award for the Best Classic Films Blu-ray Release for 2 years in a row for The Quatermass Xperiment and Miracle Mile - not Arrow and not Criterion. More than half of our releases include extras, most of them newly produced and some are loaded with extras. We don't charge $39.95 and $49.95 for our special editions, all our titles are available at the same price, and usually can be found for around $15 on Amazon and other sites.Well said Nick. Barebones KL titles retail nearly the same as feature packed Arrow and Criterion titles in Canada. No thanks.