Home Vision releasing 2 classic British Films on DVD in Sept.

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  1. Jay E

    Jay E Cinematographer

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    The Rocking Horse Winner- $39.95 retail
    Seance on a Wet Afternoon- $29.95 retail
    The Release date is September 24th. Can't wait as both are personal favorites of mine and I highly recommend them.
     
  2. Jon Robertson

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    Are you sure it isn't Home Vision Entertainment who's putting them out?
     
  3. SteveGon

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    I hope this is true as I've always wanted to see both of those.
     
  4. Rain

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    There is nothing about this on Criterion's website.

    How about a source?
     
  5. Jean-Michel

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    They're Home Vision releases, not Criterion. Go here:
    http://www.homevision.com/release.php
    No specs yet, although presumably The Rocking Horse Winner will have some special features (based on the $39.95 price tag).
     
  6. Rain

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    I've never heard of Home Vision. I guess I don't own any of their DVDs. How are they usually? Good? OAR?

    (Though IMDB doesn't list specs, I'd guess Seance should be 1.66:1)

    Oh and maybe one of the Admins could change the thread title....
     
  7. Jay E

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    Sorry, I saw these up for pre-order at DeepDiscount and Criterion uses the same product code as Homevision so my first thought was Criterion, especially with the $39.95 retail price.

    Rain, Criterion is part of Home Vision so I'm sure the quality will be good. I've purchased a few of Home Visions releases on DVD and they all look nice (Zatoichi films, Spirits of the Dead).
     

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