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Old Today, 04:56 PM   #7021
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Something tells me we'll end up with the same master as the Twilight as Sony will be the ones deciding. Which would be a shame considering there is now a fan made blu-ray which did have the colors restored?

I own the movie on Columbia home video DVD and consider that transfer to be the correct "original" version. I've read that Savini got flack at the time for having shot the first part so bright and in sunlight and the producers weren't happy about it. Which led to the blue-tint revisionism version that would eventually get released on blu-ray. Personally I've always liked the way it starts off in full sunlight. And the colors on the DVD look great, there is no need for an additional blue filter.
Agreed. The movie is no less creepy/scary for having daytime scenes. I actually found it a nice change of pace from everything always being so darn dark all the time.
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If it's not "BLUED" and is region free I'll get it!
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Something tells me we'll end up with the same master as the Twilight as Sony will be the ones deciding. Which would be a shame considering there is now a fan made blu-ray which did have the colors restored?

I own the movie on Columbia home video DVD and consider that transfer to be the correct "original" version. I've read that Savini got flack at the time for having shot the first part so bright and in sunlight and the producers weren't happy about it. Which led to the blue-tint revisionism version that would eventually get released on blu-ray. Personally I've always liked the way it starts off in full sunlight. And the colors on the DVD look great, there is no need for an additional blue filter.
Probably. That is the master they are using. The master with the correct color is an old master. Why would they use it after they spent time and money making this new one.
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im fine with the tt release but have not bought it due to price
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