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Discussion in 'High Definition' started by zbinks, Dec 31, 2016.
Holy sweet goddamn, Barry Lyndon! Finally!
(now they just need to grab Lolita)
Barry Lyndon at 1.66:1 finally! I wonder if they got that by dangling a 5.1 soundtrack in front of Leon Vitali (which people can more easily ignore).
I think I want them all. I'll have to see The Lure and Personal Shopper first. But the others are absolute buys for me along with the delayed Othello.
Criterion has made statements before that they don't consider the season when they make their release schedule. Just that when it's done, it gets a release. So no NotLD in time for October. Although.... That's pretty precinct timing on Vampyr utilizing materials available for almost two decades.
Barry Lyndon and Othello for me. In my opinion Eyes Wide Shut is more deserving for a restoration, but I can't complain. Warner obviously wasn't going to do this.
I have a feeling Criterion is going after ALL of the Warner Kubrick films, big and small.
So is the Criterion release of Fire Walk With Me going to be any different than what was included in the Twin Peaks Entire Mystery collection from 2014?
God, I hope so. I would love to see "Clockwork Orange" and "The Shining" get the Criterion treatment.
I don't think the previous release was sourced from a 4K master, but I could be wrong. This has a lossless 2.0 track, which the original didn't. There are a bunch of extras from the previous release that seemingly aren't being ported over (
Between Two Worlds (HD, 38 minutes), Moving Through Time: Fire Walk with Me Memories (HD, 30 minutes), Reflections on the Phenomenon of Twin Peaks (SD, 31 minutes), Atmospherics (HD, 13 minutes), Trailers (HD/SD, 5 minutes), and Fire Walk with Me Photo Gallery (HD)
), but this has a new interview with Sheryl Lee and whatever will fall under "More!"
Blu-Ray.com review for Vampyr: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Vampyr-Blu-ray/134524/#Review