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Old 02-19-2021, 03:06 PM   #7341
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Man, people weren't kidding when they said the Herzog set packaging was bad. had like 3 discs rattling when it showed up and feels like anytime I hold the thing one is going to fall out lol. Glad they have seemed to move away from that with the likes of the Kore-eda and Dietrich box sets at least.
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I’d love to see a BD upgrade of The Sandbaggers if that’s possible.
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Sorry, I don't know anything about The Sandbaggers.
The Sandbaggers is with Network. At least, their Complete Series DVD set is still in print.

https://networkonair.com/all-product...omplete-series
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Old 02-20-2021, 12:55 AM   #7343
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Man, people weren't kidding when they said the Herzog set packaging was bad. had like 3 discs rattling when it showed up and feels like anytime I hold the thing one is going to fall out lol.
Interesting. Because mine was fine on arrival to Australia and they still sit snugly in there. I must've been lucky!
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Old 02-20-2021, 05:37 PM   #7344
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No booklet for The Flavour of Green Tea Over Rice - Amazon.
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Anyone know if the Kore-eda Boxset has a limited number of units? Keep punting it to the back of my wishlist, and don't want to miss out on it entirely.
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Old 02-25-2021, 08:13 PM   #7346
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No booklet for The Flavour of Green Tea Over Rice - Amazon.
None for Salo either (also amazon). Good thing I managed to get the 2008 one which I believe is just under 50 pages?
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Old 02-25-2021, 09:50 PM   #7347
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None for Salo either (also amazon). Good thing I managed to get the 2008 one which I believe is just under 50 pages?
How long is the Sam Rohdie introduction? I could live without the reviews and BBFC correspondence.

Is it the same as the Criterion essay?

https://www.criterion.com/current/po...nema-of-poetry
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BFI Film Classics 2 for 20

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How long is the Sam Rohdie introduction? I could live without the reviews and BBFC correspondence.

Is it the same as the Criterion essay?

https://www.criterion.com/current/po...nema-of-poetry
5 pages, although 2 of those are only half pages.
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Any opinions on the Alice DVD?



It's pretty dissapointing that they didn't do a Blu-ray, especially since it seems to have been in their plans, going by the listing still found here.
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It's pretty disappointing that they didn't do a Blu-ray, especially since it seems to have been in their plans, going by the listing still found here.
I seem to recall the BFI themselves stating that the materials supplied by Warner Bros. were old transfers made for TV which would look dreadful on BD, and that efforts on the BFI's part to acquire better were effectively rebuffed. That said, the DVD is reasonably watchable, if rather rough and coarse-looking, especially the colour palette (which however may only reflect accurately the original look of it in cinemas: I never saw it in one, so don't know either way).
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So HMV have pocketfull of miracles for 6.99 and Amazon dont wanna pricematch and have it OOS for weeks..
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Tempted to get the new Trilogy of Life set from HMV in the sale but I already have the 6 film Pasolini set so it'd only be for the slightly improved transfers and the one new extra, plus whatever is new in the booklet. Has anyone else double dipped? If there were more supplements from the Criterion release included I'd be more easily swayed.
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It's pretty dissapointing that they didn't do a Blu-ray, especially since it seems to have been in their plans, going by the listing still found here.
I was always hoping that Criterion could get this and Who's That Knocking at My Door. We also still need After Hours & Bringing Out the Dead on BD.
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I’m a bit late to the party, but luckily I was able to take advantage of the HMV sale and I bought Seven Samurai and the Takeshi Kitano Collection. The latter is probably one of the best BFI releases!
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J'accuse ... booklet - Amazon.

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I was always hoping that Criterion could get this and Who's That Knocking at My Door. We also still need After Hours & Bringing Out the Dead on BD.
I think After Hours is supposedly coming from Criterion at some point, and being a Warner Bros title that means it's likely to get a UK port!

I reckon the early Scorsese films could get a Warner Archive release, if not Criterion.
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I was always hoping that Criterion could get this and Who's That Knocking at My Door. We also still need After Hours & Bringing Out the Dead on BD.
The (bootleg) release from Spanish is perfectly serviceable while we wait for an official release.

I noticed yesterday that Bringing Out the Dead is on Star/Disney+.
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