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Old 01-12-2019, 01:31 AM   #3981
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Originally Posted by Donl1282 View Post
Thatís unfortunate, I guess thereís no point in even considering the expensive German release if itís not official. But wasnít the film licensed by 84 Entertainment for the German release?
To be fair, I recall reading somewhere that the Artisan/Lionsgate DVD release of Fright Night 2 wasn't properly licensed either. I don't know if that's true, but it wouldn't surprise me. I have the DVD, but the PQ is really crappy, and it's full frame which sucks. Lionsgate did a similarly shoddy release with The Resurrected, which eventually got picked up by Scream Factory. That gave me some hope that they might end up getting access to FN2, but so far, no luck.
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Old 01-12-2019, 04:54 AM   #3982
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I see Sony putting out a UHD next year for the 35th Anniv.
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Old 01-12-2019, 04:58 AM   #3983
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Originally Posted by HuggyBear73 View Post
I see Sony putting out a UHD next year for the 35th Anniv.
That would definitely be welcomed.
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Old 01-12-2019, 06:26 AM   #3984
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FWIW I agree re 35th anni.

At least in the cases I'm thinking of, I think Sony's fondness of anniversaries makes more sense than the idea that only the "very popular" is what's preferred for UHD BD. Even if b.o. (Philadelphia outgrossed Christine and Fright Night) remained the strong prognosticator it once was of number of units sold on home vid; even if the pics I'm most interested in and using as examples weren't a few decades old; even if a growing number of people under, say, 35 didn't discover such "older"/cult pictures via streaming these days . . . the fact would remain that Sony licensed Fright Night twice but didn't do that for Philadelphia. But Phila and Christine got an anni-labeled UHD BD releases.

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