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Old 11-05-2022, 10:28 PM   #1181
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It appears Disney are releasing box office bomb Amsterdam only on DVD.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Amsterdam-D...dp/B0BL4143ZP/
Releasing this but still no sign of The French Dispatch? The Eyes of Tammy Faye? The Night House? Not a peep about See How The Run either.
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Old 11-06-2022, 12:45 AM   #1182
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Especially annoying when See How They Run is a British film with quite a few well known British and Irish actors so I’m sure it would shift quite a few units within this territory. Surely a funny whodunnit would make for a good stocking filler, especially with all the Agatha Christie BDs/DVDs out there.

Barbarian is one of my favourites of this year, and it seems to have performed better than expected theatrically, so I hope that gets a disc too. Speaking of Disney: many recent National Geographic Documentary Films haven’t been getting discs (Torn, Fire of Love, The Territory, I was hoping Dogwoof would release discs of them.

The Cordillera of Dreams will be released on DVD by New Wave on 28th November - the US Blu-ray (released two years ago!) is region free.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cordillera-...dp/B0BK7NP1CQ/

All that Breathes doesn’t have a preorder yet, but I’m confident Criterion will do a US release next year.

Not seen discs for The Velvet Queen, Small Body, Who Killed the KLF?, Eleven Days in May, Free Chol Soo Lee, Drawn to War, Blind Ambition, Maisie, Fortune Favours Lady Nikuko, The Deer King, Pompo the Cinephile, Inu-Oh, Queen of Glory, Julia, Hallelujah, Silent Land, Girls Girls Girls, Earwig, After Blue yet either.

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Old 11-09-2022, 09:44 AM   #1183
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Wondering if we'll get a Matilda disc in the UK next year. It has a very weird distribution situation.
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Old 11-09-2022, 11:28 AM   #1184
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Wondering if we'll get a Matilda disc in the UK next year. It has a very weird distribution situation.
If you mean the Roald Dahl film thatís out in a few weeks, I thought it was Netflix worldwide except U.K. & Ireland where itís Sony. I presume as itís a classic British childrenís story they think thereís money to be made here from a cinema release rather than just straight online.

Sony are hit and miss on what they release and if itís only on disc here I guess would be BD at best.
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Old 11-09-2022, 12:26 PM   #1185
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This tweet from Sony Pictures UK says that Matilda will be coming to Netflix UK and Ireland next Summer...

https://twitter.com/SonyPicturesUK/s...iNYFoyEjjyT6MA

Obviously, there's no indication whether Sony will also be releasing it via physical media or digital prior to that.
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Old 11-09-2022, 07:42 PM   #1186
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Considering a lot of Sony releases that have gone to Netflix have managed to come out on disc. Iíd say a good chance it will happen eventually at the very least.
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Old 11-11-2022, 06:49 AM   #1187
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Whilst not a Blu Ray release (only DVD) this does look as near as we are going to see at this point in time of any English friendly physical media release of A Hero:

https://www.ezydvd.com.au/DVD/A-Hero/dp/6226992
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Old 11-12-2022, 11:35 AM   #1188
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Paramount are releasing Secret Headquarters on DVD on 23rd January. This was originally planned for a theatrical release before changing to a PVOD/Paramount+ release.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Secret-Head...dp/B0BLNW85KC/
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Old 11-13-2022, 09:27 PM   #1189
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Amsterdam has a blu-ray listed now
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Old 11-15-2022, 11:09 AM   #1190
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Paramount are releasing Secret Headquarters on DVD on 23rd January. This was originally planned for a theatrical release before changing to a PVOD/Paramount+ release.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Secret-Head...dp/B0BLNW85KC/
There will be a Blu-ray of Secret Headquarters from Paramount in Germany (with Dolby Atmos audio) on 19 January:

https://uphe.universalpictures.de/m/secret_headquarters

This is likely the exact disc the UK would have gotten.
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Old 11-16-2022, 06:48 PM   #1191
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looks like Doom Patrol and Titans season 3 are getting DVD only releases here
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Old 11-16-2022, 08:59 PM   #1192
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looks like Doom Patrol and Titans season 3 are getting DVD only releases here
Sucks, guess I'll be importing the US BD then.
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Old 11-24-2022, 07:58 PM   #1193
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Irish horror You Are Not My Mother, which Signature Entertainment released to VOD and limited theatrical on 8th April and various festivals will receive a German Blu-ray release on 23rd March.

https://bluray-disc.de/blu-ray-filme..._not_my_mother

Catch the Fair One, which went direct to VOD from Vertigo the same month, will receive a German Blu-ray from Meteor/Alive on March 3rd.

https://bluray-disc.de/blu-ray-news/...303_auf_bluray

Amazon Original (sold from Lionsgate) Jennifer Lopez comedy Shotgun Wedding will be released on Blu-ray by Leonine in Germany next year. It hits Prime Video in the UK in January.

https://bluray-disc.de/blu-ray-news/...ay_disc_update

BBC series Crossfire starring Keeley Hawes receives a German Blu-ray on 24th March.

https://bluray-disc.de/blu-ray-news/...023_auf_bluray

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James Gray’s most recent film, Reagan era Jewish coming of age film Armageddon Time, about a boy moved from public to private school and dealing with racism, with an all star cast including Hathaway, Strong and its standout, Hopkins, playing a mischievous grandfather with a lifetime of loss who understands the boy better than his parents do, will be released only on DVD by Universal.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Armageddon-...dp/B0BHDY2ZF7/

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Old 11-27-2022, 08:56 PM   #1194
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Any news on The Banshees of Inisherin? I really, really hope it gets a Blu-ray...I'd love to own it as it's an immediate favourite (I noticed it's coming to Disney+ on December 21st, if people didn't catch it theatrically). It did very well and was showing for several weeks locally, so fingers crossed that's enough for Disney to give it the HD bump on disc...surely more deserving than Amsterdam (which is also popping up on Disney+ in early December, and I'll watch it on there shortly afterwards).

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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Armageddon-...dp/B0BHDY2ZF7/
Well...this sucks. Hopefully if there's no HMV exclusive or whatnot, then a label here might distribute it (probably Dazzler Media, Fabulous/Mediumrare etc...obviously better if Arrow or Second Sight got it, but might be a tough sell and hardly a 'genre' film).
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Old 11-27-2022, 11:34 PM   #1195
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Looks like the delightful Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris will be DVD only from Universal, would have been nice to see Dazzler or Mediumrare do a Blu-ray.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mrs-Harris-...dp/B0BDN3MZ27/
Universal will release Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris in Australia, but it's unclear whether the language package will be what is on the UK DVD (presumably identical to the the announced German Blu-ray) or if it will be a port of the US BD, which has burned-in subtitles for the French dialogue:



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Amazon Original (sold from Lionsgate) Jennifer Lopez comedy Shotgun Wedding will be released on Blu-ray by Leonine in Germany next year. It hits Prime Video in the UK in January.

https://bluray-disc.de/blu-ray-news/...ay_disc_update

BBC series Crossfire starring Keeley Hawes receives a German Blu-ray on 24th March.

https://bluray-disc.de/blu-ray-news/...023_auf_bluray
It looks like Leonine will also release Shotgun Wedding on 4K UHD:

https://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=357037

Also, a word of caution on Crossfire. The UK DVD (unfortunately no UK BD from Dazzler for this one) mentions it is a 3x60 series, but the German listings say it is 4x45:

https://shop.alive-ag.de/gesamtkatal...ie-in-4-teilen

There is unfortunately a lot of precedent for German companies re-cutting BBC content for 45-minute slots, and it seems like Crossfire will be another casualty. It does claim to run 200 minutes, so it's possible that content is only re-cut and not deleted, but the practice is still disturbing.

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Any news on The Banshees of Inisherin? I really, really hope it gets a Blu-ray...I'd love to own it as it's an immediate favourite (I noticed it's coming to Disney+ on December 21st, if people didn't catch it theatrically). It did very well and was showing for several weeks locally, so fingers crossed that's enough for Disney to give it the HD bump on disc...surely more deserving than Amsterdam (which is also popping up on Disney+ in early December, and I'll watch it on there shortly afterwards).
I certainly hope it gets at least a UK BD. There is a US BD planned for 20 December, but I'd prefer a UK edition. Thankfully, many recent Disney UK releases seem to have popped up last minute, often within weeks of release, so I keep checking regularly for a UK BD to pop up.

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Old 11-28-2022, 06:25 PM   #1196
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Also, a word of caution on Crossfire. The UK DVD (unfortunately no UK BD from Dazzler for this one) mentions it is a 3x60 series, but the German listings say it is 4x45:

https://shop.alive-ag.de/gesamtkatal...ie-in-4-teilen

There is unfortunately a lot of precedent for German companies re-cutting BBC content for 45-minute slots, and it seems like Crossfire will be another casualty. It does claim to run 200 minutes, so it's possible that content is only re-cut and not deleted, but the practice is still disturbing.



I certainly hope it gets at least a UK BD. There is a US BD planned for 20 December, but I'd prefer a UK edition. Thankfully, many recent Disney UK releases seem to have popped up last minute, often within weeks of release, so I keep checking regularly for a UK BD to pop up.
I just checked Iplayer - three episodes, 55, 56, 55 minutes. It's on Iplayer for nine months.
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Old 11-28-2022, 11:59 PM   #1197
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Any news on The Banshees of Inisherin? I really, really hope it gets a Blu-ray...I'd love to own it as it's an immediate favourite (I noticed it's coming to Disney+ on December 21st, if people didn't catch it theatrically). It did very well and was showing for several weeks locally, so fingers crossed that's enough for Disney to give it the HD bump on disc...surely more deserving than Amsterdam (which is also popping up on Disney+ in early December, and I'll watch it on there shortly afterwards).
The US Blu-ray is on December 20th, maybe one will pop up in Australia but otherwise I wouldnít be shocked if importing is the only option considering the precedent with other recent Searchlight/20th Century titles. Of course as an Irish film surely making it available for the Irish/British market would make so much sense, especially as McDonagh has pretty much always had Blu-rays in Ireland/UK.

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Well...this sucks. Hopefully if there's no HMV exclusive or whatnot, then a label here might distribute it (probably Dazzler Media, Fabulous/Mediumrare etc...obviously better if Arrow or Second Sight got it, but might be a tough sell and hardly a 'genre' film).
Seeing recent Universal titles like The Sisters Brothers licensed out to Arrow for UHD definitely gives me some hope for more like it years down the line - but thatís still 4 years after its release.
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Old 12-01-2022, 12:51 PM   #1198
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HBO Max series Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin will be released on DVD by WB on 27th February.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pretty-Litt...dp/B0BNBVHDJQ/

Medieval will be released on DVD by Vertical on 30th January.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Medieval-DV...dp/B0BMGJ29CK/

Modern Films will belatedly release Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy on DVD on 19th December. Shame they didn’t license it to MUBI for a BD.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wheel-Fortu...dp/B0BMQH7494/

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The US Blu-ray is on December 20th, maybe one will pop up in Australia but otherwise I wouldn’t be shocked if importing is the only option considering the precedent with other recent Searchlight/20th Century titles. Of course as an Irish film surely making it available for the Irish/British market would make so much sense, especially as McDonagh has pretty much always had Blu-rays in Ireland/UK.
I wouldn't be surprised to see it pop up suddenly this week, but if not, then perhaps they are waiting for the Oscar and BAFTA nominations to come out in January. I'd be pretty shocked if it doesn't get a UK BD, even if that's simply a direct port of the US BD.
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Banshees of Inisherin listed for 30th January:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0BNJNZ1...haWwp13NParams
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