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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by atfree, Oct 27, 2017.
I saw this but i don't see how long it will last..
Shouldn't they say somewhere?
edit: Oh, they say so at facebook.
It's only for 3 days, until Sunday.
If only it was for at least one week.
Don't people get paid in the end of the month?
I already love this company. Their work on the Sinbad set, particularly with the newly restored 7th VOYAGE, plus all the cool supps, has made it a favorite among several top-notch UK labels. THE PUMPKIN EATER, the mediocre domestic DVD of which is out-of-print, should look fabulous. More Jack Clayton, please! ROOM AT THE TOP would be a great choice, if they can get it. (And Disney...there is this itty bitty film called SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES rotting in your vaults).
To give credit where it's really due, it's not "their" work on Sinbad, it's Sony's in terms of the transfers. And of course they're doing a lot of the Twilight Time stuff that are the same transfers, and they're also releasing a lot of Columbia titles that are older masters - I buy those if I like the movies, but it's a shame they aren't new Grover transfers.
Yeah, it strikes me that most catalogue releases are from older masters, some very good, some not so good, it makes the new transfers all the more desirable. I hope Sony are keeping Grover Crisp very busy.
Yeah, I admit this is Sony's work, but Indicator is presenting the box sets beautifully. Apparently the third film in the Sinbad trilogy was not the result of a new 4k scan, but is essentially the TT transfer. I believe I heard they were going to correct this.
No, essentially the Twilight Time transfer was the 4K scan - Indicator used an OLD scan and then corrected it. Twilight Time, just so you know, releases NO old transfers from Sony.
Correction: Only the 7th Voyage of Sinbad is a 4K scan.
The other ones are 2K.