Region 1 Pulp Fiction DVDs

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  1. Gregory E

    Gregory E Second Unit

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    I was wondering if the Canadian version of the Pulp Fiction dvd is Anamorphic as apposed to the US version which is just letterboxed (I think). Does anybody know?
     
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    It's not anamorphic, but it has some extra material as opposed to bare bones US release.
     
  3. Rick Deschaine

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    I would highly recommend the Korean version mentioned in another thread. It's anamorphic, has some cool extras (deleted scenes etc) and is a two disc set. It also looks a lot better than the American version.
    It's available at http://www.dvdasian.com/
    Great DVD.
    Rick
     
  4. Jeff

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    I agree with Rick. Get the Korean version. I never knew Pulp Fiction could look this good.
     
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    Any more rumors for an American SE release?
     
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    I heard rumors about a SE coming out sometime this year.
     
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    I also forgot to mention that the Korean version is region 0 and will play on region 1 DVD players.
     
  9. Jeff

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    Dmitry:

    I did back in 1994. But it hasn't looked this good on video. Infact I don't remember it looking this good in the theater either.
     
  10. Gregory E

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    Thanks for your help guys. I might check out that Korean version.[​IMG]
     
  11. Dmitry

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    Jeff, that was more or less a joke but I have to admit that the quality of movie presentation in my local theaters have gone way down compared to 1994 (or is it my perception now since I watch most movies in the Home Theater? [​IMG]) so I believe you. While I haven't seen the Korean version of Pulp Fiction I have easily seen a number of DVDs of other movies that make me think the movie looks better than in the theater.
     
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    It appears that dvdasian no longer has this DVD. Anyone have any idea who does? Thanks!
     
  13. Brajesh Upadhyay

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    Try hivizone.com
     

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