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Demdike@Cult Labs 2nd May 2021 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Nosferatu@Cult Labs (Post 651293)
Good luck putting that on your cereal! :lol:

I did get the milk too. It's not that interesting to post on here though.

gag 2nd May 2021 04:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Justin101 (Post 651275)
The different versions of Close Encounters are just little tweaks and there is an added scene, I think it's the one where he makes the mountain out of mashed potato. Most people consider the latest of the versions to be the best one, I'm not sure what it's called.

Have you seen The Devil's Backbone before? it's fantastic.

I can understand if it horror and gore missing, or certain scenes are different or alternative ending etc, like superman II and Superman the donner cut but if it's just bits of nothing in particular like extra few seconds of dialogue or scenes of nothing in particular then I don't really see the point, and no I haven't seen Devils backbone so I'll watch it this week.

Dave Boy 2nd May 2021 05:24 PM

I always watch the theatrical cut of CLOSE ENCOUNTERS.

Simply put, the Special Edition removes some scenes from the theatrical cut, adds an alternate scene at the home and adds an extended ending where he goes in to the mothership and you see inside. The worst version!

The directors cut re instates some scenes from the theatrical cut, keeps the alternate scene at the home, adds a new ship dumped in the desert and restores the theatrical cut ending.

Stick with the theatrical cut. It's the best.

Nosferatu@Cult Labs 2nd May 2021 08:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Demdike@Cult Labs (Post 651294)
I did get the milk too. It's not that interesting to post on here though.

True dat, as the kids might say.

Demoncrat 4th May 2021 05:09 PM

Oooh, I got some stuff.

Someone had obviously donated the blue Kubrick boxset (all the WB stuff plus ...) minus the box ahem.

So picked up the doc A Life In Pictures (sealed) and Barry Lyndon which was also intact ahem.

Then I noticed the MGM set underneath some ST:TNG sets and grabbed that too. 4 the lot. Now I can retire me vhs finally ahem.

May go back for the Trek, as they were all 2 each as well ...

Nordicdusk 4th May 2021 05:17 PM

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Not seen any of the films in the Karloff collection.

trebor8273 4th May 2021 05:25 PM

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Got a new tv last week after old one broke,

Ordered this first but when it arrived it had dead pixels so was allowed to send it back and seller even have me 50 voucher if I ordered instead of asking for refund.

http://ao.com/product/43ao9uhd-techw...73676-108.aspx


So went for this.

http://ao.com/product/55un71006lb-lg...75276-108.aspx



It's not Oled but it's amazing picture quality and the Hdr is a lot better than old tv, with colours popping off the screen and everything looking more natural , unlike last tv in which everything was unnaturally bright, only downside it's doesn't have Dolby vision , which is strange as the tv I sent back had but if that tv was anything too go by it wasn't very unimpressive as the Hdr is better on the replacement

gag 4th May 2021 05:59 PM

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Chernobyl blu ray 10

gag 4th May 2021 06:03 PM

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Originally Posted by trebor8273 (Post 651428)
Got a new tv last week after old one broke,

Ordered this first but when it arrived it had dead pixels so was allowed to send it back and seller even have me 50 voucher if I ordered instead of asking for refund.

http://ao.com/product/43ao9uhd-techw...73676-108.aspx


So went for this.

http://ao.com/product/55un71006lb-lg...75276-108.aspx



It's not Oled but it's amazing picture quality and the Hdr is a lot better than old tv, with colours popping off the screen and everything looking more natural , unlike last tv in which everything was unnaturally bright, only downside it's doesn't have Dolby vision , which is strange as the tv I sent back had but if that tv was anything too go by it wasn't very impressive as the Hdr is better on the replacement

Nice, we need a new tv this one on its way out, its 65 inch weve got so use to it it beginning to seem small.

trebor8273 4th May 2021 06:42 PM

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Originally Posted by gag (Post 651433)
Nice, we need a new tv this one on its way out, its 65 inch weve got so use to it it beginning to seem small.

It's a nice tv probably nicest I've owned by the time I need to replace it oled and even laser tvs should be a lot cheaper, hell by that time we will probably holodeck type tvs.!


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