Original Insomnia March 3 released

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  1. oscar_merkx

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    It's also coming to Australia on March 12 for an RRP of $29.95...
     
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    How is this better than the Criterion release of the same title? Is the Criterion not available overseas?
     
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    The UK version should be a bit cheaper for those of us in the UK - but I dare say more than a few people would rather pay the extra quid or two for that prestigious Criterion sleeve....
     
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    Given that the Criterion is more or less extras free (other than the trailer and a weird sound-less doco hidden away as a VOB file), the significant cost saving for the R4 will probably make this the version of choice (although I will wait for a review of the transfer before leaping)...
     
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    AFAIK the sound on the criterion is 2.0 "only" maybe we are more lucky and get a 5.1??
    anyway checking the prices the UKR2 will be around £12.99 whereas the criterion is around £15.99 for exactly the same disc. (not considering that dodgy easteregg)
    Then again Criterion discs have something special...the name in fact.
     

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