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Of course, I've already learned with this label to wait for reviews before spending their outrageous asking price. So far, with the obvious exception of War of the Worlds, every other transfer has been from old masters.
 
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$44.99 for a Blu Ray ?!!!

No Way to Treat a Consumer.:angry:
 
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Of course, I've already learned with this label to wait for reviews before spending their outrageous asking price. So far, with the obvious exception of War of the Worlds, every other transfer has been from old masters.
"Sorry, Wrong Number" looks pretty damn good on Blu-ray.
 
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Of course, I've already learned with this label to wait for reviews before spending their outrageous asking price. So far, with the obvious exception of War of the Worlds, every other transfer has been from old masters.

Well I wouldn't say they were outrageous asking prices, unless of course you're paying Amazon's massive mark up. Converted to US dollars, the asking price comes to just under $21 (plus p&p). I've bought three Aussie releases so far, & they only came to around £15 each delivered (to the UK). For me, they're probably the cheapest boutique label yet (no doubt due to the poor state of the Australian dollar).
 
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Well I wouldn't say they were outrageous asking prices, unless of course you're paying Amazon's massive mark up. Converted to US dollars, the asking price comes to just under $21 (plus p&p). I've bought three Aussie releases so far, & they only came to around £15 each delivered (to the UK). For me, they're probably the cheapest boutique label yet (no doubt due to the poor state of the Australian dollar).
I just went on their website & with shipping to the US it comes to $38 USD--shipping is $20 AUS/$13.67 USD--which is $6 less than what Amazon is charging, but still too much for me. As these are limited editions & region locked, I imagine they will all show up domestically at some point.
 

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