or Connect
AVS › AVS Forum › Blu-ray & HD DVD › Blu-ray Software › Alien Anthology
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Alien Anthology - Page 2

post #31 of 3194
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by IceAgeTom View Post

I fear the worst for this set, especially "Aliens". With all the raves for the "Avatar" BD, there's no way FOX will now allow "Aliens" to be released on BD looking like it does; I'd bet even Cameron would agree with it. All four movies will have been dumped into the DNR washing machine, set to "high", and I'm sure FOX didn't bother with any directors' approval.

I do hope I am wrong though. Maybe FOX did take the time and spend the money to make a true enthusiast's package rather than cheap mass-market crap.....right?

Cameron has it in his contract that he OK's all masters

Gear mentioned in this thread:

post #32 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

Cameron has it in his contract that he OK's all masters

Smart man.
At any rate, I doubt Fox would be so stupid as to piss the man off with a substandard release...
post #33 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by oink View Post

Smart man.
At any rate, I doubt Fox would be so stupid as to piss the man off with a substandard release...

Does this really mean anything, though? Sure he probably had major pull with the Avatar BD, but that's because the movie made a zillion dollars. With Aliens, he may not even care about it anymore; it's an older movie, look at what's been done with Terminator 2. Plus FOX has now combined the Alien and Predator franchises into one, so it's theirs now, they'd want to make all of the movies look alike. I'd even bet Cameron even would agree with making Aliens all shiny and "clean" and Avatar-like, he probably rightly figures that the Avatar audience simply won't accept seeing Aliens in all of its grainy glory. Just look at some of the responses of the people here who LIKE the new Predator release.
post #34 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by JBlacklow View Post

What is it with this particular day that posters are expanding one or two poor releases onto all future releases? Phil's correct that Fox's track record has been very good as of late, and that one re-release of a cult hit and movie tie-in for a single movie has nothing to do with a completely new release of an entire series.

Actually, "as of late", Fox has been backtracking a bit. Not in that they're DNRing titles but more that they've been releasing inferior sources or encodes (The Illusionist and The Girl Next Door, for example).

After some dodgy initial releases and with the exception of a handful of titles put together by one group (Patton, The Longest Day), Fox went on quite a run of quality releases. They were often lacking extras but they had top notch AV quality. But they're releases "as of late" have not been so consistent and with new release out there that's been heavily DNRed (Predator), relying on their track record and their reputation just isn't something you can do.
post #35 of 3194
Patience, everyone... patience.

*inhale slowly*

*exhale slowly*
post #36 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by IceAgeTom View Post

Does this really mean anything, though? Sure he probably had major pull with the Avatar BD, but that's because the movie made a zillion dollars. With Aliens, he may not even care about it anymore; it's an older movie, look at what's been done with Terminator 2. Plus FOX has now combined the Alien and Predator franchises into one, so it's theirs now, they'd want to make all of the movies look alike.

My point was....
In Box Office receipts alone, Cameron's last 2 major movies have made nearly $5 BILLION.
NO one at the studio would dream of getting his blood pressure up....

BTW, there are no AvP films in development, but there is Predators and the R. Scott Alien prequel on the way.
post #37 of 3194
Quote:


Sure he probably had major pull with the Avatar BD, but that's because the movie made a zillion dollars. With Aliens, he may not even care about it anymore; it's an older movie,

It's not like Cameron just cranks through the movies like a porn director. For how long he has been at it he doesn't have that deep of a catalog. He has mostly made his name doing other things and then directing a couple of really big grossing movies. Not unlike Lucas.
post #38 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by nick_danger View Post

Patience, everyone... patience.

*inhale slowly*

*exhale slowly*

Yes, exactly. Let's just wait for the initial "sightings".

larry
post #39 of 3194
High hope for this box set but again,Predator made me creeping about the picture transfer of Fox studio.
post #40 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by PooperScooper View Post

Yes, exactly. Let's just wait for the initial "sightings".

larry

Would it help if we build our own motion detectors and search the air ducts?

This series is almost a must-buy for me, but not if they mess it up. If people want to watch a wax fest, they can crank up all the DNR etc processing options on their TV.
post #41 of 3194
netflix streaming is playing the theatre version of aliens in HD. thought I would give a heads up. so you can check it out and see for yourself.

Jacob
post #42 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jacob305 View Post

netflix streaming is playing the theatre version of aliens in HD. thought I would give a heads up. so you can check it out and see for yourself.

Jacob

thanks, man

post #43 of 3194
Watched the Netflix HD stream of Aliens tonight. Looks solid enough...alot better than I would have imagined but it seems this is an old master. I'm hoping the BD release gets a new master for it's transfer. This film deserves it.
post #44 of 3194
Online versions, cable airings and such have no relation to how a BD release will look like. Those other versions are usually don't get messed-up, aside from things like cropping a 2.35 movie to 16:9. For the BD, studios usuallly WILL mess around with the movie. One great example is LOTR, where one HD cable airing is better than what ended up on BD. Beware of anything "new" being done to the Alien set, just look what happened to Predatror. I'd be happy if the exsiting Alien Quadrilogy was used as-is and not f*cked around with. I like Aliens in all of its grainy glory.
post #45 of 3194
aliens was filmed at 1.85 and it was proper on the netflix streaming.
I know where you are coming from on other titles.

Jacob
post #46 of 3194
Here it is!

The Ultimate Collection Featuring All Four ALIEN Films Hatches On
Blu-ray from November 3 With Never-Before-Seen Bonus Material And The Debut Of The Exclusive and Groundbreaking Interactive Experience, MU-TH-UR Mode


Sydney, Australia (July 15, 2010) - Sometimes, the scariest things come from within. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment presents one of the most successful and terrifying film franchises of all time when the ALIEN ANTHOLOGY debuts on Blu-ray for the first time ever on November 3, 2010. All four ALIEN films have been reinvigorated for an intense Blu-ray high-definition viewing experience. The release also marks the debut of MU-TH-UR Mode, a fully interactive companion that takes the extensive materials in the ALIEN ANTHOLOGY and puts them in the user's hand - connecting fans to special features on all six discs and instantly providing an index of all available ALIEN content, including over 60 hours of special features and over 12,000 images.

The ALIEN ANTHOLOGY is a truly unique home entertainment experience. For the first time ever, the studio has united the material from every home video release of the ALIEN saga including the 1991/1992 laserdisc releases, the 1999 Legacy release and 2003's groundbreaking
ALIEN QUADRILOGY release into one complete Blu-ray collection. The set also includes two versions of each film and over four hours of previously unreleased exclusive material such as original screen tests of Sigourney Weaver prior to filming the original ALIEN, unseen deleted scenes, thousands of still photographs from the Fox archives, the previously unseen original cut of Wreckage and Rage: The Making of ALIEN3, and much, much more.

The ALIEN ANTHOLOGY is just one aspect of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment's
yearlong campaign to honor the studio's 75th birthday. This year the division will debut several select fan-favorites on Blu-ray for the first time ever including The Rocky Horror Picture Show, William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge! and The Sound of Music.

The ALIEN ANTHOLOGY will be available also in a limited-edition collector's set featuring THE GUARDIAN - an exclusive illuminated statue sculpted by sideshow collectables.

DISC ONE: ALIEN
1979 Theatrical Version
2003 Director's Cut with Ridley Scott Introduction
Audio Commentary by Director Ridley Scott, Writer Dan O'Bannon, Executive Producer Ronald Shusett, Editor Terry Rawlings, Actors Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton and John Hurt
Audio Commentary (for Theatrical Cut only) by Ridley Scott
Final Theatrical Isolated Score by Jerry Goldsmith
Composer's Original Isolated Score by Jerry Goldsmith
Deleted and Extended Scenes
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream

DISC TWO: ALIENS
1986 Theatrical Version
1991 Special Edition with James Cameron Introduction
Audio Commentary by Director James Cameron, Producer Gale Anne Hurd, Alien Effects Creator Stan Winston, Visual Effects Supervisors Robert Skotak and Dennis Skotak, Miniature Effects Supervisor Pat McClung, Actors Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton, Lance Henriksen, Jenette Goldstein, Carrie Henn and Christopher Henn
Final Theatrical Isolated Score by James Horner
Composer's Original Isolated Score by James Horner
Deleted and Extended Scenes
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream

DISC THREE: ALIEN3
1992 Theatrical Version
2003 Special Edition (Restored Workprint Version)
Audio Commentary by Cinematographer Alex Thomson, B.S.C., Editor Terry Rawlings, Alien Effects Designers Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr., Visual Effects Producer Richard Edlund, A.S.C., Actors Paul McGann and Lance Henriksen
Final Theatrical Isolated Score by Elliot Goldenthal
Deleted and Extended Scenes
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream

DISC FOUR: ALIEN RESURRECTION
1997 Theatrical Version
2003 Special Edition with Jean-Pierre Jeunet Introduction
Audio Commentary by Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Editor Hervé Schneid, A.C.E., Alien Effects Creators Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr., Visual Effects Supervisor Pitof, Conceptual Artist Sylvain Despretz, Actors Ron Perlman, Dominique Pinon and Leland Orser
Final Theatrical Isolated Score by John Frizzell
Deleted and Extended Scenes
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream

DISC FIVE: MAKING THE ANTHOLOGY
In addition to over 12 hours of candid, in-depth documentaries, you now have the ability to go even deeper into Alien Anthology history with nearly five hours of additional video Enhancement Pods created exclusively for this collection, presenting behind-the-scenes footage, raw dailies and interview outtakes from all four films. At topical points in the documentaries, you may access these pods to enhance your experience, or watch them on their own from the separate Enhancement Pod index.

The Beast Within: Making ALIEN
o Star Beast: Developing the Story
o The Visualists: Direction and Design
o Truckers in Space: Casting
o Fear of the Unknown: Shepperton Studios, 1978
o The Darkest Reaches: Nostromo and Alien Planet
o The Eighth Passenger: Creature Design
o Future Tense: Editing and Music
o Outward Bound: Visual Effects
o A Nightmare Fulfilled: Reaction to the Film
Enhancement Pods

Superior Firepower: Making ALIENS
o 57 Years Later: Continuing the Story
o Building Better Worlds: From Concept to Construction
o Preparing for Battle: Casting and Characterization
o This Time It's War: Pinewood Studios, 1985
o The Risk Always Lives: Weapons and Action
o Bug Hunt: Creature Design
o Beauty and the Bitch: Power Loader vs. Queen Alien
o Two Orphans: Sigourney Weaver and Carrie Henn
o The Final Countdown: Music, Editing and Sound
o The Power of Real Tech: Visual Effects
o Aliens Unleashed: Reaction to the Film
Enhancement Pods

Wreckage and Rage: Making ALIEN3

o Development Hell: Concluding the Story
o Tales of the Wooden Planet: Vincent Ward's Vision
o Stasis Interrupted: David Fincher's Vision
o Xeno-Erotic: H.R. Giger's Redesign
o The Color of Blood: Pinewood Studios, 1991
o Adaptive Organism: Creature Design
o The Downward Spiral: Creative Differences
o Where the Sun Burns Cold: Fox Studios, L.A. 1992
o Optical Fury: Visual Effects
o Requiem for a Scream: Music, Editing and Sound
o Post-Mortem: Reaction to the Film
Enhancement Pods


One Step Beyond: Making ALIEN RESURRECTION
o From the Ashes: Reviving the Story
o French Twist: Direction and Design
o Under the Skin: Casting and Characterization
o Death from Below: Fox Studios, Los Angeles, 1996
o In the Zone: The Basketball Scene
o Unnatural Mutation: Creature Design
o Genetic Composition: Music
o Virtual Aliens: Computer Generated Imagery
o A Matter of Scale: Miniature Photography
o Critical Juncture: Reaction to the Film
Enhancement Pods

MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience to Access and Control Enhancement Pods

DISC SIX: THE ANTHOLOGY ARCHIVES
ALIEN
Pre-Production
o First Draft Screenplay by Dan O'Bannon
o Ridleygrams: Original Thumbnails and Notes
o Storyboard Archive
o The Art of Alien: Conceptual Art Portfolio
o Sigourney Weaver Screen Tests with Select Director Commentary
o Cast Portrait Gallery
Production
o The Chestbuster: Multi-Angle Sequence with Commentary
o Video Graphics Gallery
o Production Image Galleries
o Continuity Polaroids
o The Sets of Alien
o H.R. Giger's Workshop Gallery
Post-Production and Aftermath
o Additional Deleted Scenes
o Image & Poster Galleries
Experience in Terror
Special Collector's Edition LaserDisc Archive
The Alien Legacy
American Cinematheque: Ridley Scott Q&A
Trailers & TV Spots

ALIENS
Pre-Production
o Original Treatment by James Cameron
o Pre-Visualizations: Multi-Angle Videomatics with Commentary
o Storyboard Archive
o The Art of Aliens: Image Galleries
o Cast Portrait Gallery
Production
o Production Image Galleries
o Continuity Polaroids
o Weapons and Vehicles
o Stan Winston's Workshop
o Colonial Marine Helmet Cameras
o Video Graphics Gallery
o Weyland-Yutani Inquest: Nostromo Dossiers
Post-Production and Aftermath
o Deleted Scene: Burke Cocooned
o Deleted Scene Montage
o Image Galleries
o Special Collector's Edition LaserDisc Archive
o Main Title Exploration
o Aliens: Ride at the Speed of Fright
o Trailers & TV Spots

ALIEN3
Pre-Production
o Storyboard Archive
o The Art of Arceon
o The Art of Fiorina
Production
o Furnace Construction: Time-Lapse Sequence
o EEV Bioscan: Multi-Angle Vignette with Commentary
o Production Image Galleries
o A.D.I.'s Workshop
Post-Production and Aftermath
o Visual Effects Gallery
o Special Shoot: Promotional Photo Archive
Alien3 Advance Featurette
The Making of Alien3 Promotional Featurette
Trailers & TV Spots

ALIEN RESURRECTION
Pre-Production
o First Draft Screenplay by Joss Whedon
o Test Footage: A.D.I. Creature Shop with Commentary
o Test Footage: Costumes, Hair and Makeup
o Pre-Visualizations: Multi-Angle Rehearsals
o Storyboard Archive
o The Marc Caro Portfolio: Character Designs
o The Art of Resurrection: Image Galleries
Production
o Production Image Galleries
o A.D.I.'s Workshop
Post-Production and Aftermath
o Visual Effects Gallery
o Special Shoot: Promotional Photo Archive
HBO First Look: The Making of Alien Resurrection
Alien Resurrection Promotional Featurette
Trailers & TV Spots

ANTHOLOGY
Two Versions of Alien Evolution
The Alien Saga
Patches and Logos Gallery
Aliens 3D Attraction Scripts and Gallery
Aliens in the Basement: The Bob Burns Collection
Parodies
Dark Horse Cover Gallery
Patches and Logos Gallery
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience
post #47 of 3194
Alien Antholgy info

Disc One: Alien
1979 Theatrical Version
2003 Director's Cut with Ridley Scott Introduction
Audio Commentary by Director Ridley Scott, Writer Dan O'Bannon, Executive Producer Ronald Shusett, Editor Terry Rawlings, Actors Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton and John Hurt
Audio Commentary (for Theatrical Cut only) by Ridley Scott
Final Theatrical Isolated Score by Jerry Goldsmith
Composer's Original Isolated Score by Jerry Goldsmith
Deleted and Extended Scenes
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream

Disc Two: Aliens
1986 Theatrical Version
1991 Special Edition with James Cameron Introduction
Audio Commentary by Director James Cameron, Producer Gale Anne Hurd, Alien Effects Creator Stan Winston, Visual Effects Supervisors Robert Skotak and Dennis Skotak, Miniature Effects Supervisor Pat McClung, Actors Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton, Lance Henriksen, Jenette Goldstein, Carrie Henn and Christopher Henn
Final Theatrical Isolated Score by James Horner
Composer's Original Isolated Score by James Horner
Deleted and Extended Scenes
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream

Disc Three: Alien3
1992 Theatrical Version
2003 Special Edition (Restored Workprint Version)
Audio Commentary by Cinematographer Alex Thomson, B.S.C., Editor Terry Rawlings, Alien Effects Designers Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr., Visual Effects Producer Richard Edlund, A.S.C., Actors Paul McGann and Lance Henriksen
Final Theatrical Isolated Score by Elliot Goldenthal
Deleted and Extended Scenes
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream

Disc Four: Alien Resurrection
1997 Theatrical Version
2003 Special Edition with Jean-Pierre Jeunet Introduction
Audio Commentary by Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Editor Herve Schneid, A.C.E., Alien Effects Creators Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr., Visual Effects Supervisor Pitof, Conceptual Artist Sylvain Despretz, Actors Ron Perlman, Dominique Pinon and Leland Orser
Final Theatrical Isolated Score by John Frizzell
Deleted and Extended Scenes
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience with Weyland-Yutani Datastream
post #48 of 3194
The Beast Within: Making Alien
Star Beast: Developing the Story
The Visualists: Direction and Design
Truckers in Space: Casting
Fear of the Unknown: Shepperton Studios, 1978
The Darkest Reaches: Nostromo and Alien Planet
The Eighth Passenger: Creature Design
Future Tense: Editing and Music
Outward Bound: Visual Effects
A Nightmare Fulfilled: Reaction to the Film
Enhancement Pods

Superior Firepower: Making Aliens
57 Years Later: Continuing the Story
Building Better Worlds: From Concept to Construction
Preparing for Battle: Casting and Characterization
This Time It's War: Pinewood Studios, 1985
The Risk Always Lives: Weapons and Action
Bug Hunt: Creature Design
Beauty and the Bitch: Power Loader vs. Queen Alien
Two Orphans: Sigourney Weaver and Carrie Henn
The Final Countdown: Music, Editing and Sound
The Power of Real Tech: Visual Effects
Aliens Unleashed: Reaction to the Film
Enhancement Pods

Wreckage and Rage: Making Alien3
Development Hell: Concluding the Story
Tales of the Wooden Planet: Vincent Ward's Vision
Stasis Interrupted: David Fincher's Vision
Xeno-Erotic: H.R. Giger's Redesign
The Color of Blood: Pinewood Studios, 1991
Adaptive Organism: Creature Design
The Downward Spiral: Creative Differences
Where the Sun Burns Cold: Fox Studios, L.A. 1992
Optical Fury: Visual Effects
Requiem for a Scream: Music, Editing and Sound
Post-Mortem: Reaction to the Film
Enhancement Pods

One Step Beyond: Making Alien Resurrection
From the Ashes: Reviving the Story
French Twist: Direction and Design
Under the Skin: Casting and Characterization
Death from Below: Fox Studios, Los Angeles, 1996
In the Zone: The Basketball Scene
Unnatural Mutation: Creature Design
Genetic Composition: Music
Virtual Aliens: Computer Generated Imagery
A Matter of Scale: Miniature Photography
Critical Juncture: Reaction to the Film
Enhancement Pods
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience to Access and Control Enhancement Pods

Disc Six: The Anthology Archives
Alien
Pre-Production
First Draft Screenplay by Dan O'Bannon
Ridleygrams: Original Thumbnails and Notes
Storyboard Archive
The Art of Alien: Conceptual Art Portfolio
Sigourney Weaver Screen Tests with Select Director Commentary
Cast Portrait Gallery
Production
The Chestbuster: Multi-Angle Sequence with Commentary
Video Graphics Gallery
Production Image Galleries
Continuity Polaroids
The Sets of Alien
H.R. Giger's Workshop Gallery
Post-Production and Aftermath
Additional Deleted Scenes
Image & Poster Galleries
Experience in Terror
Special Collector's Edition LaserDisc Archive
The Alien Legacy
American Cinematheque: Ridley Scott Q&A
Trailers & TV Spots

Aliens
Pre-Production
Original Treatment by James Cameron
Pre-Visualizations: Multi-Angle Videomatics with Commentary
Storyboard Archive
The Art of Aliens: Image Galleries
Cast Portrait Gallery
Production
Production Image Galleries
Continuity Polaroids
Weapons and Vehicles
Stan Winston's Workshop
Colonial Marine Helmet Cameras
Video Graphics Gallery
Weyland-Yutani Inquest: Nostromo Dossiers
Post-Production and Aftermath
Deleted Scene: Burke Cocooned
Deleted Scene Montage
Image Galleries
Special Collector's Edition LaserDisc Archive
Main Title Exploration
Aliens: Ride at the Speed of Fright
Trailers & TV Spots

Alien3
Pre-Production
Storyboard Archive
The Art of Arceon
The Art of Fiorina
Production
Furnace Construction: Time-Lapse Sequence
EEV Bioscan: Multi-Angle Vignette with Commentary
Production Image Galleries
A.D.I.'s Workshop
Post-Production and Aftermath
Visual Effects Gallery
Special Shoot: Promotional Photo Archive
Alien3 Advance Featurette
The Making of Alien3 Promotional Featurette
Trailers & TV Spots

Alien Resurrection
Pre-Production
First Draft Screenplay by Joss Whedon
Test Footage: A.D.I. Creature Shop with Commentary
Test Footage: Costumes, Hair and Makeup
Pre-Visualizations: Multi-Angle Rehearsals
Storyboard Archive
The Marc Caro Portfolio: Character Designs
The Art of Resurrection: Image Galleries
Production
Production Image Galleries
A.D.I.'s Workshop
Post-Production and Aftermath
Visual Effects Gallery
Special Shoot: Promotional Photo Archive
HBO First Look: The Making of Alien Resurrection
Alien Resurrection Promotional Featurette
Trailers & TV Spots

Anthology
Two Versions of Alien Evolution
The Alien Saga
Patches and Logos Gallery
Aliens 3D Attraction Scripts and Gallery
Aliens in the Basement: The Bob Burns Collection
Parodies
Dark Horse Cover Gallery
Patches and Logos Gallery
MU-TH-UR Mode Interactive Experience
post #49 of 3194
Thread Starter 



25th Oct in UK
26th Oct in US

No input from Fincher AGAIN! grrrrr and I was hoping one disc per cut to maximise the PQ
And no mention on the sound format in the PR? I assume its DTS-MA


Can a MOD please change the thread title to reflect the new release date
post #50 of 3194
Two versions of each movie on a single disc? Unless seamless branching is used, this sounds like cramming too much on each disc.
post #51 of 3194
Thread Starter 
BTTF and this on the same day! I better start saving now
post #52 of 3194
Interestingly, the titles for the Alien 3 documentary more accurately reflect the original version of the documentary. Could we be getting the uncensored version (it was edited to make Fox look better).
post #53 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by patrick99 View Post

Two versions of each movie on a single disc? Unless seamless branching is used, this sounds like cramming too much on each disc.

Didn't they use branching already on the DVD? No reason why they would do separate encodes now.
post #54 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by patrick99 View Post

Two versions of each movie on a single disc? Unless seamless branching is used, this sounds like cramming too much on each disc.

They're all seemlessly branched.

fitprod
post #55 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by shiftyeyes View Post

Interestingly, the titles for the Alien 3 documentary more accurately reflect the original version of the documentary. Could we be getting the uncensored version (it was edited to make Fox look better).

From the press release:

the previously unseen original cut of Wreckage and Rage: The Making of ALIEN3, and much, much more.
post #56 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by dvdmike007 View Post

BTTF and this on the same day! I better start saving now

BTTF this and Star Wars Clone Wars:Season Two all on same day!
post #57 of 3194
wheres the pre order for the one with the egg all i can find on amazon is the normal one. and wont aliens always look like crap because it was intentionally filmed on stock to make it look like a gritty old war film(remember hearing that in a commentary somewhere)like predator?
post #58 of 3194
Thread Starter 
Finally! the sound info!

Quote:


Video: 1080P 2.35:1 (Alien, Alien 3, Alien: Resurrection) / 1080P 1.85:1 (Aliens)
Audio: English 5.1 DTS-HD MA, French 5.1 DTS, Spanish DD5.1 and Portuguese DD5.1 (All 4 Films) / English DD4.0 Surround and English Dolby Surround (Alien & Aliens)
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
post #59 of 3194
Quote:
Originally Posted by fitprod View Post

They're all seemlessly branched.

fitprod

Wonderful news! Thanks!

The only other thing I would ask is how we know this?
post #60 of 3194
Amazon sent me an email today for this one.

Should I pre-order? Should I wait for reviews?

Decisions decisions....
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Blu-ray Software

Gear mentioned in this thread:

AVS › AVS Forum › Blu-ray & HD DVD › Blu-ray Software › Alien Anthology