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Which titles are most wanted for UK release...

Anybody with any info on possible future releases please feel free to pipe up

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Dead Man
The City Of Lost Children
Re-animator
The Ring (US remake and the original Ringu trilogy)
Twin Peaks (TV Series)
Visitor Q
The Abyss
Braindead
Hideous Kinky
In The Bleak Midwinter
Dick Tracy
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Old 09-08-2013, 12:27 AM   #2
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Second Sight are releasing Re-Animator next year!

Mine:

Altered States ('80)
American Psycho ('00)
Assault on Precinct 13 ('76)
Boys Don't Cry ('99)
The Cable Guy (‘96)
The Devils ('71)
The Dreamers ('03)
Electric Dreams ('84)
Freaks ('32)
Fright Night ('85)
Girl, Interrupted ('99)
Hausu ('77)
Heathers ('88)
Hellbound: Hellraiser II ('88)
The Hills Have Eyes (’77)
The Hitcher ('86)
The Keep ('83)
King Kong ('33)
The Last House on the Left ('72)
A Matter of Life and Death ('46)
Nightbreed (’90)
The Room ('03)
Secretary ('02)
Showgirls (’95)
Star Wars Unaltered Trilogy ('77-'83)
Tommy ('75)
Troll 2 ('90)
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Second Sight are releasing Re-Animator next year!

Mine:

Altered States ('80)
American Psycho ('00)
Assault on Precinct 13 ('76)
Boys Don't Cry ('99)
The Cable Guy (‘96)
The Devils ('71)
Electric Dreams ('84)
Freaks ('32)
Fright Night ('85)
Girl, Interrupted ('99)
Hausu ('77)
Heathers ('88)
Hellbound: Hellraiser II ('88)
The Hills Have Eyes (’77)
The Keep ('83)
King Kong ('33)
The Last House on the Left ('72)
A Matter of Life and Death ('46)
Nightbreed (’90)
The Room ('03)
Secretary ('02)
Showgirls (’95)
Star Wars Unaltered Trilogy ('77-'83)
Tommy ('75)
Troll 2 ('90)
I have the import of LHOTL. It is an underwhelming transfer but cant see what else could be done with it. Decent extras though.
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Dead Man
The City Of Lost Children
Twin Peaks (TV Series)
Braindead
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Hausu ('77)
Star Wars Unaltered Trilogy ('77-'83)
These. Also I might add, more Jim Jarmusch, Wes Anderson, Wim Wenders, and more specifically the Ju-On films (originals), Adapation, About Schmidt, The Life Aquatic...could go on for ages!

Criterion releases that should be transferred to UK Region B:
The 400 Blows (1959)
Badlands (1973)
Being John Malkovich (1999) < superior transfer
Bottle Rocket (1996)
Brazil (1985) < superior transfer
Che (2008) < superior transfer
Close-Up (1990)
Crumb (1995)
The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
Days Of Heaven (1978)
Down By Law (1986)
Following (1999)
The Game (1997) < superior transfer
Godzilla (1954)
Gray's Anatomy (1997)
Harold and Maude (1971)
High and Low (1963)
Hausu (1977)
Hunger (2008)
In the Mood for Love (2000)
Insignificance (1985)
Ivan's Childhood (1962)
La Jetée/Sans Soleil (1962/1983)
Kagemusha (1980)
The Killing (1956)
Life During Wartime (2010)
Lord of the Flies (1963)
Mystery Train (1989)
Paths of Glory (1957)
The Qatsi Trilogy
Rashomon (1950)
The Red Shoes (1948)
Repulsion (1965)
The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)
Rushmore (1998)
Sanjuro (1962)
Shallow Grave (1994) < superior transfer
Slacker (1991)
Solaris (1972)
Traffic (2000)
Weekend (1967)
Yojimbo (1961)
Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman (1962-1973)

The fact we still haven't got complete releases for Kubrick, Malick, Wong, Kurosawa, Tarkovsky (none on BR whatsoever) and Jarmusch (again, none whatsoever) is shameful. And films like Traffic, the Wes Anderson films, Harold and Maude, The Qatsi Trilogy...even Godzilla - all films that would sell well on BR. We may get more Kurosawa after BFI release Seven Samurai in a couple of months, and possibly get Godzilla next year as the new film is out and it'll be the 50 year anniversary. But Hunger is out in the US before the UK by a matter of years? I have the DVD but would like to upgrade one day. Maybe with McQueen's 12 Years A Slave coming out we'll finally get it.
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I may have missed it... But I'm still waiting on a decent Blu of 13th Warrior (With Antonio Banderas).

I love that film!
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These. Also I might add, more Jim Jarmusch, Wes Anderson, Wim Wenders, and more specifically the Ju-On films (originals), Adapation, About Schmidt, The Life Aquatic...could go on for ages!

Criterion releases that should be transferred to UK Region B:
The 400 Blows (1959)
Badlands (1973)
Being John Malkovich (1999) < superior transfer
Bottle Rocket (1996)
Brazil (1985) < superior transfer
Che (2008) < superior transfer
Close-Up (1990)
Crumb (1995)
The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
Days Of Heaven (1978)
Down By Law (1986)
Following (1999)
The Game (1997) < superior transfer
Godzilla (1954)
Gray's Anatomy (1997)
Harold and Maude (1971)
High and Low (1963)
Hausu (1977)
Hunger (2008)
In the Mood for Love (2000)
Insignificance (1985)
Ivan's Childhood (1962)
La Jetée/Sans Soleil (1962/1983)
Kagemusha (1980)
The Killing (1956)
Life During Wartime (2010)
Lord of the Flies (1963)
Mystery Train (1989)
Paths of Glory (1957)
The Qatsi Trilogy
Rashomon (1950)
The Red Shoes (1948)
Repulsion (1965)
The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)
Rushmore (1998)
Sanjuro (1962)
Shallow Grave (1994) < superior transfer
Slacker (1991)
Solaris (1972)
Traffic (2000)
Weekend (1967)
Yojimbo (1961)
Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman (1962-1973)

The fact we still haven't got complete releases for Kubrick, Malick, Wong, Kurosawa, Tarkovsky (none on BR whatsoever) and Jarmusch (again, none whatsoever) is shameful. And films like Traffic, the Wes Anderson films, Harold and Maude, The Qatsi Trilogy...even Godzilla - all films that would sell well on BR. We may get more Kurosawa after BFI release Seven Samurai in a couple of months, and possibly get Godzilla next year as the new film is out and it'll be the 50 year anniversary. But Hunger is out in the US before the UK by a matter of years? I have the DVD but would like to upgrade one day. Maybe with McQueen's 12 Years A Slave coming out we'll finally get it.
Arrow are releasing Koyaanisaqatsi early next year. Here's hoping the do the trilogy.
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Second Sight are releasing Re-Animator next year!

Mine:

Altered States ('80)
American Psycho ('00)
Assault on Precinct 13 ('76)
Boys Don't Cry ('99)
The Cable Guy (‘96)
The Devils ('71)
Electric Dreams ('84)
Freaks ('32)
Fright Night ('85)
Girl, Interrupted ('99)
Hausu ('77)
Heathers ('88)
Hellbound: Hellraiser II ('88)
The Hills Have Eyes (’77)
The Keep ('83)
King Kong ('33)
The Last House on the Left ('72)
A Matter of Life and Death ('46)
Nightbreed (’90)
The Room ('03)
Secretary ('02)
Showgirls (’95)
Star Wars Unaltered Trilogy ('77-'83)
Tommy ('75)
Troll 2 ('90)
Wasn't there rumours regarding a director's cut of nightbreed doing the rounds a few years ago?

Freaks seriously needs the Arrow treatment.
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Hairdressers Husband
Amarcord, Badlands and so many other Criterions
Jean de Florette
Manon de Source
Fanny & Alexander
Jamon Jamon
Parallax View
Il Postino
A Trip to the Moon
AC/DC Let There be Rock

The German edition of Assault on Precinct 13 is a superb release well worth importing. The German Koyaanisqatsi & Powaqqatsi imports are pretty poor so hoping the Arrow release is an improvement.
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Arrow are releasing Koyaanisaqatsi early next year. Here's hoping the do the trilogy.
Oh really!! That's the best one anyway. I would like to see Powaqqatsi too but not so fussed for the third one (heard it's not very good but never watched it...only have the first 2 on DVD). Reggio-Glass are releasing a new film, Visitors, soon so hopefully we'll have that too soon. I just got Fricke's films (Baraka and Samsara) on blu-ray, not watched them yet though.
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Wasn't there rumours regarding a director's cut of nightbreed doing the rounds a few years ago?

Freaks seriously needs the Arrow treatment.
I know Nightbreeds Directors cut is getting a US release.
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I would love to see a release for 'The Hitcher', the original of course.
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Good thread, can think of quite a few that haven't seen a blu ray release over here or even been released on blu ray at all.


Ginger Snaps (Fawcett, John) - sounds like a job for Arrow, given the praise the company gets on here

They Live (Carpenter, John) - see Ginger Snaps comment

Assault On Precinct 13 (Carpenter, John) - see Ginger Snaps comment

Fear Eats The Soul (Fassbinder, Rainer) - BFI or Artificial Eye could do a magnificent transfer

The Marriage Of Maria Braun (Fassbinder, Rainer) BFI or Artificial Eye again

Following (Nolan, Christopher) - BFI would be nice

The Hitcher (Harmon, Robert) - Probably Arrow

Buffy The Vampire Slayer season's 1-7 (Whedon, Joss) - Any company that has the balls and guts to faithfully restore this show and tweak it a little so that it looks the business would automatically be the best one in the world

Angel season's 1-5 (Whedon, Joss) see Buffy comment

American Psycho (Harron, Mary) Universal or Sony, but not fussed about who restores this really.

Half Nelson (Fleck, Ryan, Boden, Anna) - Artificial Eye would be good

The Wire season's 1-5 (Simon, David) HBO of course.

Stander (Hughes, Bronwen) Universal

Stagecoach - (Ford, John) - Universal

The Last Seduction (Dahl, John) Anybody.


Those are the only films that come to mind at the moment.

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Oh really!! That's the best one anyway. I would like to see Powaqqatsi too but not so fussed for the third one (heard it's not very good but never watched it...only have the first 2 on DVD). Reggio-Glass are releasing a new film, Visitors, soon so hopefully we'll have that too soon. I just got Fricke's films (Baraka and Samsara) on blu-ray, not watched them yet though.
Funnily enough I've never watched Naqoyqatsi either. Baraka and Samsara are both amazing on blu ray. Samsara just blows me away, the picture quality is astounding.
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Good thread, can think of quite a few that haven't seen a blu ray release over here or even been released on blu ray at all.


Ginger Snaps (Fawcett, John) - sounds like a job for Arrow, given the praise the company gets on here

They Live (Carpenter, John) - see Ginger Snaps comment

Assault On Precinct 13 (Carpenter, John) - see Ginger Snaps comment

Fear Eats The Soul (Fassbinder, Rainer) - BFI or Artificial Eye could do a magnificent transfer

The Marriage Of Maria Braun (Fassbinder, Rainer) BFI or Artificial Eye again

Following (Nolan, Christopher) - BFI would be nice

The Hitcher (Harmon, Robert) - Probably Arrow

Buffy The Vampire Slayer season's 1-7 (Whedon, Joss) - Any company that has the balls and guts to faithfully restore this show and tweak it a little so that it looks the business would automatically be the best one in the world

Angel season's 1-5 (Whedon, Joss) see Buffy comment

American Psycho (Harron, Mary) Universal or Sony, but not fussed about who restores this really.

Half Nelson (Fleck, Ryan, Boden, Anna) - Artificial Eye would be good

The Wire season's 1-5 (Simon, David) HBO of course.

Stander (Hughes, Bronwen) Universal

Stagecoach - (Ford, John) - Universal

The Last Seduction (Dahl, John) Anybody.


Those are the only films that come to mind at the moment.
They Live and American Psycho, hell yeah!
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The Abyss
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Released on September 23rd;

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From memory, The Abyss is still mooted for next year I think.

Personal wishlist;

Mannequin
Space Camp
The Allnighter
Pretty in Pink
Some Kind of Wonderful
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The Hitcher (Harmon, Robert) - Probably Arrow
I think Studio Canal/Optimum own the rights.
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T2 theatrical cut with lossless cds soundtrack
The Abyss
Tombstone DC
Drugstore Cowboy
Diva
city of lost children
Alien resurrection with the correct colour timing
Near dark with no dnr
True Lies
Waterworld extended
Star trek 1-7 with no dnr
Career opportunities
All Wes Anderson films not out in the UK
Buffy and angel without the dnr that was on dvd
Hard Target directors cut
Top gun 2d with new scan
The chase
House party
Dog soldiers
Toy soldiers
Small soldiers
Crank
A nightmare on elm street uncut
Ghostbusters 2
Bad boys 2
Wonderland
the league of gentlemans apocalypse
the killing fields
The killer
The iron giant
Hard boiled
The hudsucker proxy
The fisher king
The final countdown
The crow city of angels directors cut
Strange days
Splash
Spartan
the heist
thief
Slither
panic room
Open range
Night of the living dead 90 original colour timing
Killing zoe
johnny mnemonic
jimmy Hollywood
Idocracy
I am Sam
Highlander 2
Hard boiled
Hackers
Fright night 1+2
Fx + fx2
Extract
Duel
Bram stokers dracula unmolested
death becomes her
Runaway
control
confidence
bring it on
The hunger
Below
A simple plan

Off the top of my head

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