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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Marc_Savoie, Feb 27, 2003.
The Eraserhead DVD is now for sale at davidlynch.com
Got this e-mail:
About damn time!
Thanks for the news!
Man...I didn't read your post all the way through before I went to davidlynch.com. I didn't realize that they finally had I Don't Know Jack too!
What a day.
75 shipped is so expensive, but I'm sure it will be worth it.
Thanks for the heads up. Despite the outrageous prices, I gotta have Eraserhead! I just bought it, and the short films DVD. Don't Know Jack was tempting, but maybe some other time.
Anyone know what the "plus extras" are?
$75 shipped?? Really!??
Count me out... unless it ships with a bar of gold.
I don't suppose it'll be available for rental anywhere... I guess I really didn't want to see Eraserhead after all.
He's saying I Don't Know Jack and Eraserhead are $75 shipped, I believe.
Ike's right, I was talking about my entire order. Eraserhead alone is 40 + shipping.
...still expensive, but if you love the movie then it's pretty insignificant.
I cant find any yardwork or houspainting to do while waiting for the site to load.
At $49 total for ERASERHEAD, I would have to know about the transfer and extras- otherwise, Ill keep my quite adequate WS LD...
Umm, I would not recommend buying Eraserhead sight unseen to ANYONE. It's very much a "love it or hate it" kind of movie. Definitely rent it first.... on VHS if you have to.
If you already own the LD, than I wouldn't worry about the DVD until reviews come out. I on the other hand, don't own the LD, so the DVD is a reletively sound purchase.
Of course it is all a matter of perspective...that's whay I said if you love the movie.
There are no details listed regarding aspect ratio. Does anyone know if it's full-frame or if it's anamorphic widescreen? (There seemed to be some debate on this issue a number of months ago.)
I'm buying it sight unseen cause I love David Lynch. $48 is a lot, but Lynch is getting to do it his way. Bring it on!
Looks like I am going to have to wait 5 years to buy a copy.
What a joke!
It least it gives me time to save up for a copy.
$50 is a bit steep, but seeing as how Lynch worked on this personally... it's a bargain.
Now to wait for Wild at Heart!
$40 plus? I want the film...but sorry, that's a bit steep even for, say, a Criterion single disc. I'll wait.
Kevin, a note on your sig: it's Frederick, not Victor.
Oh shit....you're right. :b
I was going to change it soon anyway.