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Old 15th March 2014, 05:06 PM
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As the title says Night of the Demons please, i would really it like on blu-ray as well. I know scream factory have released it on blu-ray, but it is region locked.
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Yes, Night of the Demons from 1988 needs a region B release ASAP
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Option of matted or unmatted would be great.
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Omg! First Stagefright and now this!
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Loads of companies used to offer the option. I was just looking at my old pioneer edition of Bride of Re-animator that did it as well. I think its a nice option to have on the disc!
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Loads of companies used to offer the option. I was just looking at my old pioneer edition of Bride of Re-animator that did it as well. I think its a nice option to have on the disc!

I have that disc. Hate they way they did it. Instead of an open-matte version and an anamporhic widescreen version, the widescreen version was done by using black bars done through the subtitle option on the disc. If I remember, you can actually turn the black bars on/off by pressing the subtitle button on your remote.
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I have that disc. Hate they way they did it. Instead of an open-matte version and an anamporhic widescreen version, the widescreen version was done by using black bars done through the subtitle option on the disc. If I remember, you can actually turn the black bars on/off by pressing the subtitle button on your remote.
According to the liner notes it's no different to how it would be presented anyway.
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At any rate even if they stuck Full screen and widescreen as two separate entities it would still be interesting for a lot of the classics of the video era. Basically showing how a large proportion of the viewers originally saw them. Certainly no different in some respects to sticking an r-rated and unrated film out in the same package.
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At any rate even if they stuck Full screen and widescreen as two separate entities it would still be interesting for a lot of the classics of the video era. Basically showing how a large proportion of the viewers originally saw them. Certainly no different in some respects to sticking an r-rated and unrated film out in the same package.
Thats an interesting idea. I find fullscreen VHS or Betamax can look quite decent. Pan and scan is another thing all together i hate it.
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Thats an interesting idea. I find fullscreen VHS or Betamax can look quite decent. Pan and scan is another thing all together i hate it.
A lot like Night of the demons, Bride of Re-animator, Stage Fright were Matted for theatrical presentation. So often in 'full screen' you're getting more info at top and bottom.
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