Starting today, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is giving you the opportunity to vote for your favorites on 4K Ultra HD! First, Sony wants to hear about what “modern classic” from their library you’d want to see on 4K Ultra HD disc in a special gift set, coming in 2020…then vote for up to three other titles for the studio to consider in the future. Visit the below link to vote for your favorites and feel free to share this with your friends!
Don’t miss out, make your voice heard and vote by June 30th.
- Jul 17, 2010
- Real Name
What I would like from Sony is a 3D blu ray of 1983's Spacehunter. They released it via Mill Creek in 2D and I'm sure sales of that have underwhelmed; a 3D release would get a very different kind of reception.
Perhaps, but, I look at it as an opportunity for affirmation to them on how much we want this on 4K/UHD disc.Maybe it’s not included because they’ve already determined that they will be releasing it at some point. That to me is the most logical explanation.
Born Free is already available in fine form courtesy of Twilight Time and The Talk of the Town would be just great to see.
Josh,I wrote in Sahara with Bogart because the DVD isn’t great and there isn’t even a BD - I’d love to see this properly cleaned up. I can’t imagine anyone else voted for it so I have no allusions that it’s immediately forthcoming, but I figure it can’t hurt to let them know that at least one person remembers that movie.
That film is among my favorite films of all-time, but I would be very happy with a Blu-ray release of it. In the meantime, my HD Digital of it will have to suffice for now. Considering the 4K/UHD format, I thought asking for "Lawrence of Arabia" with a 4K DCP already prepared was more appropriate for my request.
- Dec 21, 2002
- Real Name
- Jake Lipson
I didn't even think about Lawrence in this context because I assumed there already was a 4K version of it. It seems like such an obvious title to go 4K, I would launch with it if I were in charge of the studio's 4K output.
Most of the films they included in the survey are more modern -- like The Mask of Zorro from 1998 and Big Fish from 2003 -- so maybe they didn't include Lawrence because they are focusing the survey on more recent films. It's a classic, but it's not an especially recent classic.