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I've noticed that the unrated version of this movie is now available ON DEMAND via Comcast. Anyone know if it's being shown with 5.1 audio or not?

i should have waited...doh! the dvd looks ok but an HD version, watching the film for the first time, would have been something else..............
 

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i should have waited...doh! the dvd looks ok but an HD version, watching the film for the first time, would have been something else..............

I couldn't wait either and bought the European DVD (with a DTS audio track) months ago. Guess I should also ask if the Comcast edition is OAR!
 

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Is anybody going to be adventurous and pay the $6 and give us a report? I have the BD so I'm not _that_ curious.



larry

Actually, the price is now $3.99. But I suppose I can always synch up the DVD if there's no 5.1 audio.
 

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That depends on where you are. For me almost all the movies are still $5.99.

Yea, for me too. I just looked last night and it is $5.99. Maybe the $3.99 version is 16x9 with 2ch audio and the $5.99 version is OAR and 5.1 audio?
Just kidding...


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Don't know about the Comcast version, but the E* version is OAR!! Not sure about 5.1, but most likely it is.
 
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