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Discussion in 'General' started by Shawn Francis, Jun 4, 2011.
I guess I'm keeping my dvd then
Same here. I'd probably pick it up if it ever goes down to $5-$7, but it's not really a film that I particularly "gotta have" in HD.
Agreed... that & I'm still alittle miffed about the fact they choose this for a blu release over Creepshow 2 or The Stuff or even House.
Vamp Blu-Ray review!:
It doesn't sound like the transfer is any improvement over the Arrow Blu-ray, perhaps even the same transfer but on a single-layered Blu-ray. And with only a theatrical trailer included, the Arrow release wins hands down.
Dead Heat is the only Image/New World reissue I'm picking up out of this sorry batch. I almost got rid of a couple of the old AB DVDs in anticipation of these releases - glad I didn't. Everyone else has ported over AB extras for other reissues - what's the problem here?
I skimmed this thread and didn't see an answer. I'm hoping someone here can help me out.
Did anyone pick up the Fraternity Vacation / Reform School Girls double feature DVD from Image? I'm curious about the disc itself.
Some sites list it as 2-discs, others only one. Image's official site says 1 disc, so I'm assuming that is correct. Is it a flipper disc? Or both movies on the same side?
It's definitely cheaper than the OOP Anchor Bay versions, but I just want to know what I'm in for before I order.
I don't have it, but my guess is probably both films on one disc.
It is indeed both films on one disc (same side, no flipper)
I think I'll go ahead and pick it up.
Just wanted to follow up and thank MisterTwister again. I did end up buying it, and it is one single sided disc. I have an aversion to flipper discs, and as ridiculous as it might sound, I would have probably been reluctant to buy it if it was one.
On September 9th, Image will be releasing Flowers In The Attic on blu-ray.
I just bought the DVD from GoHastings about a week ago, so go figure.
Ugh... bought this myself on DVD a few weeks back; haven't even opened it yet! :/ (Too late to return...)
At this rate Image should have most of the Lakeshore titles they licensed out on Blu by about 2035.
I recently picked up Certain Fury on VHS for dirt cheap, and finally watched it tonight. What a gritty little thrill ride! The opening scene was very bloody and brutal.
Surprised Anchor Bay or Image never bothered bringing this to DVD. It's from the New World catalog.
Amazon has the Blu-ray priced at just $7.64 right now, which is 57% off the SRP.
No clue how long the price is good for, but that's a steal.
Best Buy has it for $5.99.
Unless it's available in stores, I cringe at ordering anything off of their website again.
Blu-ray.com review for Flowers in The Attic: