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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Kino Lorber Insider, Nov 20, 2017.
That's what I thought as well for a second until I scrolled down and saw the artwork.
Can’t wait for that’s one of my favorite genres. Thank you.
How about Mr. Holland's Opus?
Hello KLInsider, any chance any these 4 Western classics may be within Kino's upcoming "range"?
GUNMAN's WALK (1958) Van Heflin, Tab Hunter (unless this is still with SONY)
WINCHESTER '73 (1950) James Stewart
DESTRY RIDES AGAIN (1939) James Stewart, Marlene Dietrich
WATERHOLE #3 (1967) James Coburn
The KL Insider has mentioned a while ago that Winchester 73 and Destry are not with Kino (and may have been picked up by Criterion).
Waterhole #3 is Paramount (need I say more?) and I stand to be corrected but I don't believe KL has a deal with Sony which leaves Gunman's Walk out.
Saturday's Facebook Announcement:
Brand New 4K Restoration!
They Came from Beyond Space (1967) Starring Robert Hutton, Jennifer Jayne, Zia Mohyeddin, Benrard Kay & Michael Gough – Shot by Norman Warwick (The Abominable Dr. Phibes, The Creeping Flesh) – Screenplay by Milton Subotsky (The Vault of Horror, Tales from the Crypt) – Directed by Freddie Francis (The Skull, The Psychopath).
This gets a 4K? Well, okay...Kino turns movies out at such a rate that I guess I can't criticize their (or the studio's) choice of what gets this treatment. Haven't seen the film, but it looks like MST3K fodder to me.
But it has Alfred in it!
I actually like this type of movie as pure fun with no intentions of it being a classic. Those are some of the best movies.
I agree that they are some of the most fun movies, although personally I would hardly call them "the best." I love watching terrible sci-fi movies, on DVD and Blu-ray. I only question the need for a 4K restoration. But, like I said, as long as Kino is doing the same for much better films, I have no real objection. And, what difference would it make if I had?
I think that's more of a studio decision than Kino as to which titles get 4K restorations.
True...most likely true.
I do too along with Maltese Falcon, Gaslight, Public Enemy, Calvacade, Sunset, The General, Star Wars, Monster On Campus, This Island Earth, Earthquake, The Day The Earth Stood Still, The Ghost and Mr Chicken, And many others in different genres along with They Came From Beyond Space.
I like those films that do't take themselves too seriously
Any chance of an old Fox Lorber title, 'Beau Pere', getting a spin on Blu?
Watched the excellent MELODY (1971) with friends last night, Region B disc. It's a StudioCanal title--any chance of a Kino release? (I don't think it's ever been on disc here, maybe tape back in the day.)