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Saw this release list that was just put out by Warner France on another forum. Hopefully the US mirrors the release dates or the titles are Region free-

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* 15 octobre 2008 : Beetlejuice
* Constantine
* Entretien avec un Vampire
* Génération Perdue
* Gremlins
* L.A. Confidential
* Les Goonies

Update June 25th-

Here is some more info on the Goonies-



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TrueHD 5.1 in English (remastered), commentary (with hidden video treasures) from Richard Donner and some cast members, making of, deleted scenes, videoclip (Cyndi Lauper) and trailer.
post #2 of 180
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Originally Posted by Spizz View Post

Saw this release list that was just put out by Warner France on another forum. Hopefully the US mirrors the release dates or the titles are Region free-

These had better get US releases too. Goonies is a must have for me. Yeah 1080p truffle-shuffle.
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LA Confidential seems to be planned for September 23rd.

Upcoming Releases for L.A. Confidential and CJ7

Of course, Beetlejuice is Sep 16, 2008
post #4 of 180
It's also noteworthy that the list includes Constantine and Interview with a Vampire.
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Constantine was supposed to be released on June/11 in Japan but they pulled it off from the schedule.
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I will crap myself for Gremlins. Look at my name username! GREMLINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!111111
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drool...... please be true
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Gremlins on blu-ray meeh.pfft...fooey

Give us Fast Times At Ridgemont High so we can all see Phobe Cates come out of the pool in 1080p glory !
post #9 of 180
So L.A. Confidential is really coming this time? It's been rumored a couple of times. I just hope they get a James Ellroy commentary on there, because that would be a total hoot.
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Originally Posted by Spizz View Post

Saw this release list that was just put out by Warner France on another forum. Hopefully the US mirrors the release dates or the titles are Region free-


Entretien avec un Vampire


Interview With A Vampire???

AWESOME!
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Originally Posted by Jason One View Post

It's also noteworthy that the list includes Constantine and Interview with a Vampire.

both must haves for me
post #12 of 180
If that list comes true September is going to be expensive as I would have to pick up most of those.
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Entretien avec un Vampire


Interview With A Vampire???

AWESOME!

Indeed. A beautifully shot film. Should look great if they don't screw the pooch...
post #14 of 180
Wait a minute...

I think we need to have a group petition for NO MORE DNR on these discs.
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Will these French releases play on our BD players? I ask because overseas releases tend to have less DNR than U.S. releases.
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Many french discs have forced subs though when U select an english track.
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Originally Posted by Dave Mack View Post

Many french discs have forced subs though when U select an english track.

I hate this. I could own SERPICO in "HD" if it wasn't for this. Do own an HD DVD of 3 DAYS OF THE CONDOR but I'll happily replace it with a subtitle-less BD whenever it comes out. It's a shame becuase 3 DAYS has a nice transfer IMO.
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Many french discs have forced subs though when U select an english track.

Warner owns the rights to these films in North America as well, so there is no reason these BDs would have forced french subs. The only reason some releases have them is that the studio releasing it only has the rights to release them in France or surrounding areas. This is to prevent loss of sales from the studios who have the rights to other regions.
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Damn I hope they come out. But The Goonies is very overrated IMO. It can also be a bit camp at times too.
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^^^^^ Be gone, heathen!!
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I just picked up the special edition Gremlins DVD from Best Buy this weekend for $4.99. Can't beat that. Haven't had a chance to view it yet but I bet they used the same Hi-Def source. Why would you need to have Gremlins in 1080p anyway? Upscaled DVD for $4.99 is all I need.
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Originally Posted by Shawn Watson View Post

Damn I hope they come out. But The Goonies is very overrated IMO. It can also be a bit camp at times too.


It's a friggin' childrens movie. It's supposed to be campy!
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Originally Posted by thuway View Post

Wait a minute...

I think we need to have a group petition for NO MORE DNR on these discs.

I don't know if a group petition would do any good, but excessive DNR on Interview with a Vampire would be horrendous. That is a beautifully shot film with lots of fine detail, but because of the grain in certain scenes I fear that DNR might be tempting, and with the DNR goes the detail. Facial details are especially important in this movie (veins in the face, etc.)

At the very least lets keep our fingers crossed.
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Originally Posted by Brian81 View Post

It's a friggin' childrens movie. It's supposed to be campy!


You mean the Truffle Shuffle isn't supposed to be a serious dance move? Darn it!
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Why would you need to have Gremlins in 1080p anyway?

Because Gremlins is one of my favorite movies from when I was a kid and I want it in the highest resolution that I can get.
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Interview With A Vampire!!!!!!!!!!!! I need this on Blu Ray!!!!!!!!!!!
post #27 of 180
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It's a friggin' childrens movie. It's supposed to be campy!

Dumbest statement I've heard all day.

I guess that Indiana Jones and Star Wars are supposed to be campy too.
post #28 of 180
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Originally Posted by jcc View Post

I just picked up the special edition Gremlins DVD from Best Buy this weekend for $4.99. Can't beat that. Haven't had a chance to view it yet but I bet they used the same Hi-Def source. Why would you need to have Gremlins in 1080p anyway? Upscaled DVD for $4.99 is all I need.

Why buy anything in 1080p for that matter? Why buy Blu-ray at all?

Maybe because most on this sight are videophiles and film buffs and want the best possible reproduction we can get. Currently 1080p on Blu-ray is the best we can get at home. And contrary to your opinion upscaled DVD isn't good enough for me.
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Originally Posted by gobrigavitch View Post

Why buy anything in 1080p for that matter? Why buy Blu-ray at all?

Maybe because most on this sight are videophiles and film buffs and want the best possible reproduction we can get. Currently 1080p on Blu-ray is the best we can get at home. And contrary to your opinion upscaled DVD isn't good enough for me.

Amen!!
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Originally Posted by Shawn Watson View Post

Dumbest statement I've heard all day.

I guess that Indiana Jones and Star Wars are supposed to be campy too.

This coming from the god of satan of the underverse...
To quote "Triumph"

"It's called reality, my friend..."


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