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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Feb 6, 2020.
Thanks Scott and Bryan-will give it a go!
Did try guys but no luck.
Kept getting the wrong zone notice and couldn't shift it.
Have never owned this movie before but this will be in my 4K collection soon!
Shout! is doing 4k UHD releases now, so that's always a good thing.
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Is this being released as just a Blu Ray?
What makes you think that? The subject header of this thread says 4k and the Amazon link above is for 4k.
1: Ummm, that banner image is NOT from The Deer Hunter. It's from "The Odd Angry Shot" (1979)
2: This is great news. Let's just hope Cimino's commentary is included in this release. For some reason, it has only been on discs outside of the US.
I don’t think that, I was asking if it was. I see the 4K comes with a Blu Ray, will
Said Blu Ray be available separately?
It helps to be understood if you state things more clearly. For example, "Is this being released as also the Blu-ray alone?"
Very unlikely. StudioCanal hasn't released any of their remastered blu-rays separately, including The Deer Hunter. Kind of defeats the purpose of trying to recoup the outlay on a 4K title.
Geez, ease up. I thought battlebeast's intent was clear!
I was only trying to be instructive, pointing out how written communication can be improved.
Well, I'll wait for the reviews and see if I should buy it... I already have the original Blu Ray...
Looking at Amazon UK The Fog, Escape From NY, They Live, Prince of Darkness and The Deer Hunter all have a seperate1080p bluray release and a 4k release based off new restorations.
My mistake - the blu-rays were all released before the 4K editions! Are there any US remastered 4K UHD/blu-ray combos which have had the blu-rays released separately? Many of the 4K releases I've purchased have old blu rays from previous masters included.
Scarface(1983) I know for sure and I believe 2001. MIght be some others I can't recall off the top of my head.