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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Jun 6, 2015.
Definitely picking up these titles:
Count Yorga, Vampire
John Carpenter's Vampires
10 To Midnight
Love every frame of The Shootist. That and The Cowboys are huge favorites.
Thank goodness there are no absolute essentials here. This year has been brutal - 30 TT titles so far. Badly need some breathing space.
Boy, I wish I could say that! Between TT and Criterion alone this year I've nearly had to take to robbing banks to fund my blu-ray purchases. That's why I'm so grateful for this 2 month breather.
Ernest Borgnine was one of the guests on the very first TCM Classic Movie Cruise in 2011 and he made appearances at screenings of The Poseidon Adventure and Emperor Of The North. We were told during the introduction of the film that Borgnine himself requested they program Emperor, which he felt was one of his best and most overlooked performances.
Never got the '99 SD of JC Vampires, so I'll get that one only. I have all the rest in the Mid-nite Movies packs.
Some nice titles, but I'd like to see more movies from the 1930s-1960s.
My wallet just had a heart attack . Headed by Vampires, I shall be in for at least 6 of these titles in the near term!
I agree with those who want some older titles, pre-1960s. I have 6 or 7 TT blu-rays from that era and love them. Bring on some more black & white please!
Let me know if you're serious, John. I've seen Bonnie and Clyde so pretty sure I could handle a getaway car. (I'll be ok with 30%).
Maybe Emperor of the North for me. I should be happy my wallet is so healthy thanks to the last few batches released by TT and Criterion. Just hoping by some miracle we get another Solomon and Sheba or Man For all Seasons type surprise in the years to come.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, Twilight Time! For the first time in over a year, my bank account can take a nap! I truly hope these titles are massive sellers for you so that they can fund more classics from the 40s, 50s and 60s. I still have some catching up to do with previously released titles so I'm fine with you continuing this trend for November and December 2015. Then start 2016 with a bumper crop of great Fox, UA and Sony titles from the classic era.
COUNT YORGA, VAMPIRE! Hopefully the sequel gets added on as an extra (or is planned further down the pike)! Very excited about these two months!
Typically a few horror titles for the Halloween season, but nothing to tempt me.
I only expect a trailer as an extra feature. I don´t think that somebody will do an audio commentary.
But I´ve got to admit it would be great if they could get co-stars Andrew Stevens, Lisa Eilbacher and Gene Davis to do new interviews for the upcoming blu-ray release.
Im sure they will be big sellers - horror movies usually are. Ill be part of that group. I also love older movies from the 30s to the 70s. I usually get the best of both worlds. I can watch The Big Heat and Fright Night on the same day if Im in a TT release watching kind of mood. Im also getting the Best of Everything, House of Bamboo, Guess Who's Coming to dinner as well..
I commented on TT's Facebook page re: more pre-1970's film....Nick responded "plenty coming in Nov/Dec".
That's encouraging, thanks.
Gobsmacked! Emperor of the North.
Count me as one more looking for more pre-70's titles. I will gratefully take this month off and save my money.
Wow very happy to see these released but surprised they are not being released by Kino or Shout:
Count Yorga Vampire
Scream and Scream again
2 definite purchases.