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Old 10-03-2014, 09:39 AM   #1
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Great news for the US guys but this could backfire on the UK buyers.
A Facebook user asked on the Arrow page what would happen if they didn't get the rights to release a specific title in the US.....they probably would ditch the UK release.
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Fantastic news!
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Great news for the US guys but this could backfire on the UK buyers.
A Facebook user asked on the Arrow page what would happen if they didn't get the rights to release a specific title in the US.....they probably would ditch the UK release.
Great!!!!!!
Arrow are doing a Q&A on the UK Arrow thread (cool) doesn't sound like what you're saying would happen
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It's always good to bring a new studio into the fold, but I get the feeling that Arrow US will just be getting titles that studios like SF pass on (which may or may not be a good thing).
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Old 10-03-2014, 12:34 PM   #9
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Quick updates (via the official Arrow's UK thread):

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Arrow, what's the likelihood of striking a deal with Universal and MGM in US?

Any plans for launching a new website for US releases only?
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Yes very possible...

Yes US site is in the works!
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There was a rumour that Universal were no longer licencing out titles, at least not for the moment (in the US anyway). Can Arrow confirm or deny if there is any truth to this? There could be certain exceptions of course (Criterion spring to mind) but certainly there doesn't seem to be any movement on the Shout Factory front.
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Not something we can answer at this stage but it's more than likely a rumour.
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Old 10-03-2014, 12:43 PM   #10
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Wow - this is probably some of the biggest news all year.

They have a rather impressive catalogue in the UK, so I can't wait to see what is released in the U.S.
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Old 10-03-2014, 12:46 PM   #11
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This is exciting! Plus hearing a new restoration by Arrow on Day of Anger just makes my day
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It's always good to bring a new studio into the fold, but I get the feeling that Arrow US will just be getting titles that studios like SF pass on (which may or may not be a good thing).
I don't think they will get second pick. They'll definitely be going after a lot of the same titles, but Arrow have been in the game long enough that they don't have to just wait around for a title to come around, they can pursue titles too.
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Great news indeed! Arrow is run by true enthusiasts who think beyond just the films they release. For some of us, packaging, artwork and extras beyond standard featurettes are a big part of the fun of collecting. I'm very happy they're expanding into the US market. The question in my mind is, are they simply just going to port over their UK titles or will they compete with Shout for titles like Deadly Eyes and The Final Terror? Either way, this is an exciting development.
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Wow, great news!
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Old 10-03-2014, 01:22 PM   #15
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Imagine the possibilities ! I might need a shelf for Arrow Region A and B releases now.. or Region Free..
Lets hope they release titles that have been turned down by other studios..
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It's always good to bring a new studio into the fold, but I get the feeling that Arrow US will just be getting titles that studios like SF pass on (which may or may not be a good thing).
Why would that be?
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Lol why is everybody on the Arrow UK forum panicking about this?
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Lol why is everybody on the Arrow UK forum panicking about this?
Because there are neurotic members floating around ?
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I'm definitely looking forward to saving a few bucks/days wait by purchasing domestically, being able to display new art when desired without unsightly ratings logos, and having thinner BD cases (although I usually modify the UK ones to fit US cases).
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Lol why is everybody on the Arrow UK forum panicking about this?
There could be some cause for alarm, as this could potentially decrease possible releases in the UK, if Arrow can't obtain rights in the US. I'm sure to cut down on costs, Arrow would like to release in both regions, and if one region can't be had, it could wipe the release for the other region.

It's like if Scream Factory started selling in the UK, and if they could obtain titles in the UK, it could possibly negate the title being released in the US. I'm quite sure that would drive this forum into a full scale panic.
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