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Stephen@Cult Labs 23rd September 2012 03:38 PM

Maybe some of them will. But most, which are still available, are showing the studios that there's not a great demand for them, and this is probably the only BD release they'll ever get. Hell, Night Of The Creeps hasn't even had a release outside the US yet, and Sony released that themselves! so I don't see them in any big hurry to bring out the TT tiltles after the 3 years is up.

oaxaca 23rd September 2012 04:03 PM

Most recent orders:

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Nemesis 23rd September 2012 07:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bdc (Post 275018)
Lots of Doctor Who fans on here it seems...I used to be really scared when I watched it on tv as a child... :)

Bdc, Doctor Who is like the tv equivalent of chicken soup for the soul. I have to admit though, I'm more of the classic persuasion than the newer one (still pretty good though).

SharonLynette 23rd September 2012 07:17 PM

I think I've been slacking recently, anyway this came, I think I must have ordered more stuff recently but have a bit of a mental block as I didn't even remember ordering this!

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Poor photo as I was playing with a toy.

Ordered the following as I've just worked the last 7 days in a row, I deserve stuff!

Purple Rain [Blu-ray]
Scream 1-3 Box Set [Blu-ray]
Clerks: 15th Anniversary Special Edition [Blu-ray]
The Funhouse [Blu-ray]
Demons 1 and 2 - Limited Edition Steelbook

Stephen@Cult Labs 23rd September 2012 07:55 PM

Ok, just had a look at The Raid blu-ray and I'm a little confused. The uncut version is about 7 seconds longer than the UK theatrical version. Anyone know what's different? Both versions have the same music, the music created for the US release by Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and Joseph Trapanese? Or the original music? I have no idea wtf is going on!

Susan Foreman 23rd September 2012 08:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nemesis (Post 275184)
Bdc, Doctor Who is like the tv equivalent of chicken soup for the soul. I have to admit though, I'm more of the classic persuasion than the newer one (still pretty good though).

Agreed.

'Doctor Who' 1963-1989 is essential viewing.

'Doctor Who' 2005 - date is (with a few exceptions) a filler on a Saturday night

Nemesis 23rd September 2012 08:28 PM

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Originally Posted by suziginajackson (Post 275217)
Agreed.

'Doctor Who' 1963-1989 is essential viewing.

'Doctor Who' 2005 - date is (with a few exceptions) a filler on a Saturday night

Totally agreed on both counts.

The showrunners just need to learn how to have fun again - they've got the right doctor, just not the right tone. I'm hoping the dynamic will change with Jenna, but I'm not holding my breath.

Moffat is very good with dialogue on this show - I'm just not sure he is with much else. I also don't think that it is wise for him to be doing double duty with Sherlock - that show seems to be getting the best of him.

Nosferatu@Cult Labs 23rd September 2012 10:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stephen@Cult Labs (Post 275203)
Ok, just had a look at The Raid blu-ray and I'm a little confused. The uncut version is about 7 seconds longer than the UK theatrical version. Anyone know what's different? Both versions have the same music, the music created for the US release by Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and Joseph Trapanese? Or the original music? I have no idea wtf is going on!

I'm not sure either. I can't do it, but I'd need to have one screen playing one version and another playing the other to see where the minute differences take place and what they are.

keirarts 23rd September 2012 10:59 PM

Watched the US blu-ray of little shop of horrors, it looks awsome, I stuck with the b&w as while the colourised version looks good i'm a bit of a purist where these things are concerned. Tried the commentary track with the bloke from Mystery science theatre but its total rubbish.

Jinx_Barkman 24th September 2012 12:41 AM

I have something to confess...I'm an addict and I don't care.:lol: Ordered these today. I had to re-order Night Of Death because it was lost in the mail.:censored:

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