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Old 08-07-2013, 09:06 PM   #41
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Old 07-19-2015, 10:57 AM   #42
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Exclamation Now available on VUDU for $7.99 in 5.1!

FYI for those looking for this, do not pay the high eBay prices.

Lionsgate has obtained the rights to Ritual. They might re-release it on BD, but even if they don't it is available on VUDU right now for $7.99 to own in 1.78:1 1080p/DD5.1.

Based on the screencaps, it doesn't look much different and the Echo Bridge Blu-ray was only 2.0... So technically the VUDU may actually be better in some ways!

http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!overvie...e-Crypt-Ritual

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Old 07-19-2015, 12:04 PM   #43
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I will stick with my DVD until the re-release it. I will not fall into the whole digital dream. You can't own anything digitally. What if they decide that they no longer want the movie available, they can just easily delete said film from ALL accounts that own it and poof it's gone. Look at the situation with Swamp Thing on DVD. They released the uncut version for a short while and then had to pull it and have the PG cut be the only version available. If it was a digital thing then they could simply pull the title from everyone and replace it with the censored version, where as when I own the physical copy they can't easily come to every person's house who bought said uncut copy and force them to replace it, something that this digital revolution is able to do
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Old 07-19-2015, 12:15 PM   #44
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I will stick with my DVD until the re-release it. I will not fall into the whole digital dream. You can't own anything digitally. What if they decide that they no longer want the movie available, they can just easily delete said film from ALL accounts that own it and poof it's gone. Look at the situation with Swamp Thing on DVD. They released the uncut version for a short while and then had to pull it and have the PG cut be the only version available. If it was a digital thing then they could simply pull the title from everyone and replace it with the censored version, where as when I own the physical copy they can't easily come to every person's house who bought said uncut copy and force them to replace it, something that this digital revolution is able to do
This is one argument to make, another argument is that in most cases this does not happen and if it does a refund will usually be offered.

It is also worth considering that physical media is not bulletproof either, and Lionsgate has a bad track record. Over 20 different Lionsgate Blu-ray titles have become susceptible to disc rot, resulting in them becoming completely unplayable or having A/V glitching. Also, Lionsgate has no replacement program for rotted Blu-ray discs (unlike Criterion and Well-go discs with the same problem, for instance).

While the problem appears to be corrected, the point is there were more cases of Lionsgate Blu-ray rot than people losing Lionsgate purchased digital movies:
http://forum.blu-ray.com/showpost.ph...postcount=1279

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Old 07-19-2015, 11:29 PM   #45
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Wow I had no idea this film even existed, LOL.
If you have to whip out a microscope to decide if you like a Blu-ray or not, you are missing the point.
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FYI for those looking for this, do not pay the high eBay prices.

Lionsgate has obtained the rights to Ritual. They might re-release it on BD, but even if they don't it is available on VUDU right now for $7.99 to own in 1.78:1 1080p/DD5.1.

Based on the screencaps, it doesn't look much different and the Echo Bridge Blu-ray was only 2.0... So technically the VUDU may actually be better in some ways!

http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!overvie...e-Crypt-Ritual
I rented the version on Vudu, and it doesn't have the Cryptkeeper segments; it's the international cut. The only connection to Tales from the Crypt in it is that it says "Tales from the Crypt Holdings Presents" in the opening credits.
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FYI for those looking for this, do not pay the high eBay prices.

Lionsgate has obtained the rights to Ritual. They might re-release it on BD, but even if they don't it is available on VUDU right now for $7.99 to own in 1.78:1 1080p/DD5.1.
I sure do hope so. I'm dying to see this.

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Wow I had no idea this film even existed, LOL.
I just found out about this yesterday while adding Demon Knight and Bordello... to my blu ray collection.
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