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Old 01-21-2021, 04:01 PM   #18501
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Seeing as it's been confirmed a Region B WKW boxset is due for release in April and now Secret and Lies, any guesses (or hopes) for the third title?

Personally hoping for Christopher Nolan's Following.
Hopefully the trend from last month of having two movies from the same director will continue - we got two Albert Brooks movies last month, maybe this month we'll get two Mike Leigh films? I'm guessing Naked although the rights are with Film4, but Secrets and Lies is a Film4 production so maybe Criterion finally got the UK rights from them
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Old 01-21-2021, 04:24 PM   #18502
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Hopefully the trend from last month of having two movies from the same director will continue - we got two Albert Brooks movies last month, maybe this month we'll get two Mike Leigh films? I'm guessing Naked although the rights are with Film4, but Secrets and Lies is a Film4 production so maybe Criterion finally got the UK rights from them
When S&L was on FilmStruck Curzon in 2018, it started with the Janus Films logo, can’t remember if Film4’s logo was there though
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Seeing as it's been confirmed a Region B WKW boxset is due for release in April and now Secret and Lies, any guesses (or hopes) for the third title?

Personally hoping for Christopher Nolan's Following.
Surprised if Criterion managed to get Secrets & Lies from Film4 (the rightsholders in the UK, even though they got it from MK2 in the US)...but if true that could mean we finally get Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, a title I will actually buy on day one because I flipping love Jarmusch and that film in particular.

Other Film4 titles they've done include Naked, Shallow Grave, Life is Sweet, The Long Day Closes, An Angel at My Table, Local Hero...
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Surprised if Criterion managed to get Secrets & Lies from Film4 (the rightsholders in the UK, even though they got it from MK2 in the US)...but if true that could mean we finally get Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, a title I will actually buy on day one because I flipping love Jarmusch and that film in particular.

Other Film4 titles they've done include Naked, Shallow Grave, Life is Sweet, The Long Day Closes, An Angel at My Table, Local Hero...
I wonder if the UK and US rights to [b]Secrets &Lies[b] reverted to Leigh and he is using mk2 as his sales agent (like Lynch does with his films.)
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Old 01-21-2021, 08:22 PM   #18505
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I just want to see Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line make it to the UK to complete the Malick collection. Also Fantastic Mr Fox and The Darjeeling Limited to complete Wes Anderson... perhaps now more likely considering the (surprise?) upcoming UK release of The Grand Budapest Hotel...? And while I’m here The Silence of the Lambs and Hitchcock’s Rebecca too!
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I just want to see Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line make it to the UK to complete the Malick collection. Also Fantastic Mr Fox and The Darjeeling Limited to complete Wes Anderson... perhaps now more likely considering the (surprise?) upcoming UK release of The Grand Budapest Hotel...? And while I’m here The Silence of the Lambs and Hitchcock’s Rebecca too!
"Rebecca", "The Lady Vanishes", "Foreign Correspondent", "Notorious"... There are so many Hitchcock classics that Criterion could release in the UK, but I'm not sure if there's some rights issue preventing that
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Is there any chance the rest of the David Lynch Criterions will be coming to the UK?
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No, I dont think so.
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:34 AM   #18509
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Def not Elephant Man, considering the 4K UHD Studio Canal released last year
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Old 01-22-2021, 08:58 AM   #18510
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Is there any chance the rest of the David Lynch Criterions will be coming to the UK?
In Germany all David Lynch Films belong to Studiocanal / Arthaus currently. Would assume this could be also the case for the UK. Therefore it isn’t very likely to get Criterion UK Lynch releases, I‘d guess...
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Old 01-22-2021, 10:14 AM   #18511
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In Germany all David Lynch Films belong to Studiocanal / Arthaus currently. Would assume this could be also the case for the UK. Therefore it isn’t very likely to get Criterion UK Lynch releases, I‘d guess...
I think Blue Velvet may have a chance as it's owned by De Laurentiis I believe. Same story for Dune which was picked up by Arrow, though remains to be seen if that was international or just a US deal...
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"Rebecca", "The Lady Vanishes", "Foreign Correspondent", "Notorious"... There are so many Hitchcock classics that Criterion could release in the UK, but I'm not sure if there's some rights issue preventing that
'The Lady Vanishes' is a Network title in the UK, so extremely unlikely.
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Old 01-22-2021, 11:22 AM   #18513
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In Germany all David Lynch Films belong to Studiocanal / Arthaus currently. Would assume this could be also the case for the UK. Therefore it isn’t very likely to get Criterion UK Lynch releases, I‘d guess...
They don’t all belong to Arthaus, but were loaned to them for the boxset I THINK.
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Old 01-22-2021, 02:30 PM   #18514
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Zavvi copy of The New World arrived today
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Old 01-22-2021, 02:41 PM   #18515
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I just want to see Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line make it to the UK to complete the Malick collection. Also Fantastic Mr Fox and The Darjeeling Limited to complete Wes Anderson... perhaps now more likely considering the (surprise?) upcoming UK release of The Grand Budapest Hotel...? And while I’m here The Silence of the Lambs and Hitchcock’s Rebecca too!
Isn't this a very good release already though? (I have it in my unwatched pile.)



Unless you want to be a Criterion completist. Personally I can't go for that, especially if there already is a good (and cheaper) existing release.
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Zavvi copy of The New World arrived today
Patience really does pay off.
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I think Blue Velvet may have a chance as it's owned by De Laurentiis I believe. Same story for Dune which was picked up by Arrow, though remains to be seen if that was international or just a US deal...
No, it's part of the DEG library that was sold by Paravision/L'Oreal to StudioCanal.
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Zavvi copy of The New World arrived today
Well done. Was it intact?

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Patience really does pay off.
Yeah, I gave up and ordered from Amazon for £2 more (using that £5 off code), but could've just waited a few more days and used the code for something else. D'oh!

As it turns out, despite my Zavvi pre-order being locked to my old address (another reason why I cancelled it), my old housemate ended up coming over to my new address with a parcel that had gone to that old address anyway, so could've brought that too. Oh well!

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No, it's part of the DEG library that was sold by Paravision/L'Oreal to StudioCanal.
Interesting, so you're saying StudioCanal might have Blue Velvet now? In which case, I wonder why they're sitting on that one. Would be an obvious UHD title for a start, and if not then surely a title they would go all-out on for Blu-ray (as with The Elephant Man, Mulholland Drive).
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Well done. Was it intact?
I knew it was Zavvi just by seeing the Guernsey customs sticker on the envelope!

Arrived in perfect condition! Couple of things of note though.

There is no Malick signature, just “DIRECTOR APPROVED BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION”. The BBFC logo definitely sticks out, placed randomly on the only place it can fit on the left of the box. And the Warner Bros Home Entertainment logo is still the old one, not the updated logo.
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Old 01-22-2021, 05:14 PM   #18520
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Interesting, so you're saying StudioCanal might have Blue Velvet now? In which case, I wonder why they're sitting on that one. Would be an obvious UHD title for a start, and if not then surely a title they would go all-out on for Blu-ray (as with The Elephant Man, Mulholland Drive).
Possibly because High Fliers licence hasn't run out.

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