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The Twilight Time News and Info Thread

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Twilight Time, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. Mark Cappelletty

    Mark Cappelletty Cinematographer

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    And another Tri-Star movie of that era, Andrew Bergman's hilarious THE FRESHMAN (1990). I'd take his IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU from Sony as well.

    Would love to get some of John Sayles' Sony Classics pictures of the '90's and 2000s. Columbia/Tri-Star Home Video released CITY OF HOPE (1990) and MEN WITH GUNS (1997), LIMBO (1999) and SUNSHINE STATE (2002) would be great. I heard he bought back the rights to a lot of his films, but if that's the case, I wonder why they haven't received proper releiases. Also— David Mamet's THINGS CHANGE (1988) and THE SPANISH PRISONER (1988) would be most welcome.
     
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  2. Mark Cappelletty

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  3. Mike2001

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    It Could Happen to You has been out on blu since 2009 and is readily available on Amazon for ~$10.
     
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    Regarding the May 21st titles, has anybody's shipped yet? I ordered some titles last week and they haven't shipped yet?
     
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    I didn't order any titles, I don't recall when I did them shipping earlier than the ship date ... with the recent issues Technicolor has had getting releases out on time I doubt ... the most recent communique from TT I have still in my email is from May 7th. It advertised a $5.00 off sale on some low stock items
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    But says the titles will ship on May 21st

    For those who are interested in the sale I mentioned it is at the Twilight Time site
    And it is possible some titles have sold out from this list which is from the May 7th email ...
    All titles below are on sale for $24.95 each through April 30th at 4PM ET/1PM PT.

    Devil In A Blue Dress (Under 500 remaining until sold out, less than 50 at TTM)
    State Of Grace (Under 500 remaining until sold out, less than 300 at TTM)
    Sense and Sensibility (Under 500 remaining until sold out, less than 100 at TTM)
    Kiss of Death (Under 350 remaining until sold out, less than 200 at TTM)
    Places In the Heart (Under 200 remaining until sold out, all at TTM)
    Fat City (Under 400 remaining until sold out, less than 250 at TTM)
    Peyton Place (Under 550 remaining until sold out, less than 400 at TTM)
    How To Steal A Million (Under 550 remaining until sold out, less than 350 at TTM)
     
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    Ive had two recent Blu Rays from Twilight Time The Bridge at Remagen, a much underestimated war movie, and the Children of Huang Chi, a fictionalised tale of a British journalist who ended up saving a school from having its pupils enlisted in the army then fighting the Japanese invasion. A bit like Inn of the 6th Happiness as it involved a trek across hazardous and dangerous terrain.
    Bothe beautiful transfers of two movies than it seems didn't find their audiences in theatres.
     
  7. Powell&Pressburger

    Powell&Pressburger Screenwriter

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    Curious if there will be a sale soon? Bunch of titles I am behind on badly.
     
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    I think perhaps he meant, 'It Should Happen To You' - the warm-hearted Jack Lemmon/Judy Holliday comedy from 1954. Great film that should have come out by now. Ditto for The Marrying Kind and The Solid Gold Cadillac.
     
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    I assumed he was referring to the 1994 title since he referenced it along with The Freshman and those are both Andrew Bergman films.

    PS. You meant "Should", right?
     
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    Warlock’s from a 4 k scan so it doesn’t disappoint
     
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    Discovered The Trouble With Angels was on the Xbox video store tonight. The HD transfer looks just great, so I really hope this Columbia classic is eventually on Twilight Time's radar.
     
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