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Old 02-15-2019, 12:16 AM   #21
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Dolby Vision will hopefully mollify the worst of the compression just like it does on their editions of The Fog, EFNY...
I keep seeing these Carpenter films getting mentioned around here, but don't they have yet to be released (March 18th in the UK)?
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Old 02-15-2019, 12:42 AM   #22
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I keep seeing these Carpenter films getting mentioned around here, but don't they have yet to be released (March 18th in the UK)?
They were released last year as limited edition boxsets that have long since sold out. They're being re-released as standard editions on March 18th.
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Old 02-15-2019, 12:47 AM   #23
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I really hope this is real. So many rumours for this year, itís hard to believe.
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Old 02-15-2019, 01:06 AM   #24
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I really hope this is real. So many rumours for this year, itís hard to believe.
This one's a dead cert for this year I reckon, what with the anniversary an' all. I look forward to watching it how I always do - wearing only underpants and drinking heavily whilst crying.

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Old 02-15-2019, 01:44 AM   #25
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It’ll be great if it’s true. I haven’t watched the BD since it was released. I overdosed on the movie on VHS and DVD and like so many classics on BD I’ve only watched once or twice.
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Terrific news. Day 1 purchase.
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Old 02-15-2019, 02:07 AM   #27
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The source is The Digital Bits? Yeah, Iíll believe it when I see an additional source...
Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

Typical Bill bullsh!t. Oh way to go out on a limb for the 40th anniversary of an iconic film.
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I look forward to watching it how I always do - wearing only underpants and drinking heavily whilst crying.

Donít forget having The Doors blasting on repeat.
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Iíve been patiently waiting for this to happen. I donít currently own it and havenít seen it since the Redux version debut on DVD. Iíve almost pulled the trigger on the two different Blu collections for years.
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Old 02-15-2019, 11:31 AM   #31
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Donít forget having The Doors blasting on repeat.
and don't forget to punch a mirror and stare fascinatedly at your lacerated hand
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Digital bits lol



I recently saw the DCP and it looked as bad as the BD did, so not much hope if it is real on my part
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Old 02-15-2019, 11:44 AM   #33
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Fantastic news! Another classic gets to 4K UHD. Obviously a Day 1 for most here including me of course.

Ill buy a proper tat set no problem - Ill give away the old one to my lucky brother. I just hope they don't mess up the transfer and give us Redux in 4K too (nice to have the option) along with Hearts of Darkness on a separate disc obviously.

If I remember correctly, the existing Blu-ray bit rate wasn't great at all - mid teens I think?
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Old 02-15-2019, 01:32 PM   #34
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An intriguing post by Mr. Hunt, just as long as everyone understands that this UHD does not exist, nor will it ever exist.
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Old 02-15-2019, 01:41 PM   #35
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An intriguing post by Mr. Hunt, just as long as everyone understands that this UHD does not exist, nor will it ever exist.
go on then, I'll bite - why would this be then??
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There's a distasteful campaign of invective against Bill Hunt in this and a few other threads that I don't quite understand.

I'd be the first to admit that his website is pretty lame these days but that doesn't warrant the vicious tone applied to him. He clearly pissed people off by saying that the Indiana Jones Trilogy isn't being released in 4k this year and it may just be yet another example of the current trend to trash anyone who isn't saying what we want to hear; but I find his conclusions quite believable. With another IJ film due in a year or two, why would they not wait until then?

I don't think Hunt is a fantasist. I believe he does have industry contacts - he's been on enough panels with professionals - but the fact is there isn't much of a Home Video industry left compared to the heyday of the hobby.

Regardless, if Bill Hunt hasn't personally done anything to his detractors, I don't get why they're so triggered by him. Just don't visit his website if he offends you that much. There's every chance that his info on Apocalypse Now is correct, just as there's every chance that the plan to release it may change. To assume that he's flat-out lying just to get clicks seems both paranoid and illogical. There are much bigger and better lies he could tell if that was his aim.
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There's a distasteful campaign of invective against Bill Hunt in this and a few other threads that I don't quite understand.

I'd be the first to admit that his website is pretty lame these days but that doesn't warrant the vicious tone applied to him. He clearly pissed people off by saying that the Indiana Jones Trilogy isn't being released in 4k this year and it may just be yet another example of the current trend to trash anyone who isn't saying what we want to hear; but I find his conclusions quite believable. With another IJ film due in a year or two, why would they not wait until then?

I don't think Hunt is a fantasist. I believe he does have industry contacts - he's been on enough panels with professionals - but the fact is there isn't much of a Home Video industry left compared to the heyday of the hobby.

Regardless, if Bill Hunt hasn't personally done anything to his detractors, I don't get why they're so triggered by him. Just don't visit his website if he offends you that much. There's every chance that his info on Apocalypse Now is correct, just as there's every chance that the plan to release it may change. To assume that he's flat-out lying just to get clicks seems both paranoid and illogical. There are much bigger and better lies he could tell if that was his aim.
It's not Indy that drove people against him, he has been like this for over 10 years
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I washed my hands of the bits when one of their reviewers refused to accept the fact that Deep Rising was not a 4K transfer like Kino had originally claimed (and then backtracked after it was proven to be a fraudulent statement) and the reviewer claimed everyone was lying and that Kino would never tell a lie.
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I don't know or care who Bill Hunt is, but I do hope Apocalypse Now hits UHD. The theatrical cut is all I need because my first exposure to this was Redux (back in the days of VHS rentals) and it almost put me off the film entirely. The theatrical cut completely changed my mind.
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Old 02-15-2019, 03:01 PM   #40
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If it includes Redux and Theatrical, everyone gets the version they want. I really wanted to like Redux better but, as some have mentioned, Kilgore's begging for his surfboard - while funny - takes that edge off of his character. The plantation scene is just too long. So, with that, I have reverted back to the theatrical.
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