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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Jun 28, 2019.
Coming in October 2019
If I recall properly, wasn't the BD transfer of this quite poor? I never upgraded my DVD, and I thought it was for that reason.
It's over-sharpened. Doesn't look very film-like.
I have to admit that those issues never bother me as much as it does with other people.
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I was hoping the original Scarface would be included as an extra , maybe it still will be on the Blu ray ?
It might be, but I can't find any confirmation for the 1932 film on Blu-ray except for Limited Edition 4K/UHD release with statue that's out the same day for $79.98 MSRP. The Gold Edition releases on Blu-ray and 4K/UHD don't specifically list it like the Limited Edition. Both, disc releases do have the word "more" in their bonus features description so perhaps there is a chance.
Yeah Im hoping it's part of the 'more'. I already ordered the standard UHD 4K edition .. I really didn't need the statue I'm a Godzilla man so I save shelf space for Kaiju !
Good looking cover, I'm holding on to my red steelbook though.
The world is mine! Once I get that statue. *Rocket Raccoon voice* “Oh, I’m gettin’ that statue...!”
I've heard that the 1932 film newly restored with two versions of the film on Blu-ray disc, the original uncensored version and the alternate version with a different ending are only available on the "Limited Version" 4K release.
Looks like I've got a statue on the way (unwanted, but really want the '32 versions).
I only want the '32 versions. I dislike the Pacino one intensely.
I watched this last night. Huge upgrade from the old BD. This, and "The Shining" made my October for catalogue releases. 4K RULES!!!
I love the score of this movie. It really shines in the new audio mix. I watched it with the 2.0 mix the second time, and it was great too.
Apparently, the world is not mine, when a cheesy statue and an $80.00 price tag is what stands between me and the 1932 version.
Gosh, at that price, you'd think it was also including a pinch of that very white powder that was piled on Tony's desk.
The world is almost mine, except this disc is heavy on red skin tones, crushed blacks... and I see a prompt when I insert the disc in my OPPO 203 saying I should hook up an UHD display (a 2016 LG OLED) that I must click OK to (using the OPPO remote).
I fiddled with a number of player/ TV settings to no avail. Forcing DolbyVision in the OPPO helped marginally. This is the first 4K UHD disc to give crap. The Blu-Ray looks better.
Try hard booting your Oppo by pulling the power cord. Sounds like it's not handshaking with your display correctly and is mapping HDR to SDR.
That’s a bingo! Thanks. No more tomato heads!