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Old 27th July 2019, 12:07 PM
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No idea when its coming, or what label it's going to be on, but apparently Calum and Martin Stephens have just recorded a commentary for 'a new blu-ray of 'The Innocents''!
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Old 4th August 2019, 01:50 PM
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There's a mysterious listing for The Howling III on Zavvi with an October 7th release date.

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Old 5th August 2019, 07:35 PM
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September 16th - 'The Go-Between' is being released by StudioCanal

DVD / Blu-Ray Extras

❉ NEW Interview with Dominic Guard
❉ Anglia local news 31/07/1970 – featuring location report and i/vs with Julie Christie, Joseph Losey & Margaret Leighton
❉ Behind the scenes stills gallery
❉ Original Trailer
❉ Interview with Josh Losey
❉ Interview with Patricia Losey
❉ Michael Billington on Harold Pinter
❉ Interview with Gerry Fisher
❉ Interview with John Heyman
❉ Horlicks Television advert directed by Joseph Losey

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Don't know if this has been featured on the thread.


SPECIAL FEATURES

Commentary with Contributions from Directors John Carpenter, John Milius & Alex Cox, Film Historians Sir Christopher Frayling & Dr. Sheldon Hall, and Cast & Crew
An Opera Of Violence
The Wages Of Sin
Something To Do With Death
Railroad: Revolutionising The West
Locations Then & Now
Production Gallery
Theatrical Trailer
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Old 6th August 2019, 07:09 PM
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I love that film!
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September 2nd is the release date so not long to wait

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Old 19th August 2019, 12:26 PM
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Feels like this should be a no-brainer...

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Old 20th August 2019, 06:13 AM
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August 26th - 'Pasolini: Trilogy of Life'

Pre-order at Amazon UK - £27.79

"Pasolini: Trilogy of Life (3-disc Blu-ray)
Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini

In the early 1970s, the great Italian poet, philosopher and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini (Salò, or The 120 Days of Sodom) brought to the screen a trio of masterpieces of premodern world literature - Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron, Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, and The Arabian Nights - and in doing so created his most uninhibited and extravagant work, which he titles his Trilogy of Life. In this brazen and bawdy triptych, the director set out to challenge consumer capitalism and celebrate the uncorrupted human body while commenting on contemporary sexual and religious mores and hypocrisies. His scatological humour and rough-hewn sensuality leave all modern standards of decency behind; these are physical, provocative, and wildly entertaining films, all extraordinarily designed by Dante Ferretti (Hugo) and featuring evocative music by Ennio Morricone."


Special features

Presented in High Definition
Includes both Italian-language and English-language versions of all three films
Notes for an African Oresteia (1970, 73 mins): Pasolini s visual notes for an unrealised film project
Pasolini and the Italian Genre Film (2009, 37 mins)
Deleted scenes (1974, 21 mins): deleted scenes from Pasolini's Arabian Nights
Original trailers for all three films
Fully illustrated booklet with essays, reviews and biographies
Other extras TBC

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Old 24th August 2019, 10:46 AM
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Don't know if this has been featured on the thread.


SPECIAL FEATURES

Commentary with Contributions from Directors John Carpenter, John Milius & Alex Cox, Film Historians Sir Christopher Frayling & Dr. Sheldon Hall, and Cast & Crew
An Opera Of Violence
The Wages Of Sin
Something To Do With Death
Railroad: Revolutionising The West
Locations Then & Now
Production Gallery
Theatrical Trailer
According to Amazon, the set is a digi pack!
I was having a look at the previous Blu release and this is the same extras wise and the same as the 2 disc DVD. So apart from the book (size?) with it, it is essentially a re-package of the old Blu ray.
You would have thought that if this was a true 50th Anniversary release they would have added the longer Italian cut clocking in 177mins and had subtitles for the scenes not with an English track and which would have restored Morricone's terrific score to it's proper length for the end titles.
Sorry, just me having a rant!
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