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Old 03-05-2008, 03:31 PM   #1
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Tartan Video has announced the release of their next wave of Blu-ray titles, starting on the 14th of April with A Tale of Two Sisters, and followed on the 28th by Paranoid Park. The big news for Park Chan-wook fans is that both Lady Vengeance and I'm a Cyborg will see the light of day on the 26th of May. Bringing up the rear on the 26th of June will be The Proposition and Sky Blue. All titles will retail for around 24.99. Future Blu-ray releases will include the English-language version of Funny Games (starring Naomi Watts) and P2, along with titles from Tartan's catalogue. Personally I hope to see Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Save the Green Planet and Battle Royale on BD soon! We'll bring you complete details for these titles when they are available, so check back soon.
Kind of sad that the UK and Japan continually get better catalog releases then we get in the US.
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Damn! I would happily lay down some cash for more than half the titles they mentioned.
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I'll take a Tale of Two Sisters, Lady Vengeance and I'm a Cyborg for sure.

I'd love Save the Green Planet and Battle Royale too!
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Does anyone know if these will be region free?
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Does anyone know if these will be region free?
They will.
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I have seen all those movies and are easily some of the best in tartans catalogue and im most looking forward to Battle Royale which is a fantastic movie.
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As long as they look better than their crap interlaced DVD releases and do NOT include the DVD as a second disc,(as they did with Oldboy and Black Book in UK), and charge a ridiculous 30. 'Future-proof' doesn't mean saddling the BD with a poxy SD disc as well, Tartan. Apart from that, bring on Sky Blue, Save The Green Planet, Public Enemy, Battle Royale and many, many more.
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As long as they look better than their crap interlaced DVD releases and do NOT include the DVD as a second disc,(as they did with Oldboy and Black Book in UK), and charge a ridiculous 30. 'Future-proof' doesn't mean saddling the BD with a poxy SD disc as well, Tartan. Apart from that, bring on Sky Blue, Save The Green Planet, Public Enemy, Battle Royale and many, many more.
24.99 seems to be the list price.
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Old 03-05-2008, 08:20 PM   #11
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Kind of sad that the UK and Japan continually get better catalog releases then we get in the US.
In all fairness, its pretty certain that you get a better set of releases overall. And faster too!
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