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Old 27th December 2013, 10:41 AM
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Such a great film. The source novel is worth tracking down too.

One of my favourites, and such a great ending with an amazing song.
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Old 27th December 2013, 11:07 AM
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The artwork for Twilight Time's February release of Thunderbolt And Lightfoot. Liking the original poster artwork, not liking them changing the title font. They really need to be more consistant with their covers.

My mind still boggles at the logic of releasing ZULU as a TT blu. It's hardly a niche title.
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My mind still boggles at the logic of releasing ZULU as a TT blu. It's hardly a niche title.

A few of TT releases are successful studio titles, stuff like As Good As It Gets & Sleepless In Seattle. It is a little strange that the studios don't see these being huge sellers. And before anyone says that they are huge sellers because TT sell out with some of them, I believe they sell out because they're limited. You just have to look at titles from other companies (non-limited editions) that only sell a few hundred copies. Of course, you still have to ask, if the studio knows that a title they licence to TT will sell up to 3000 copies, why don't they just release it themselves, even at the same price TT sells them for, and they wouldn't have to split the profits.
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Old 27th December 2013, 01:43 PM
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Dead Heat Blu region B from Edel releasing in Germany March 7th
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Old 6th January 2014, 08:56 AM
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Two upcoming releases from Redemption.


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I have a feeling this is why the UK BFI discs have 'disappeared' from pre-order as Redemption usually have worldwide rights (well, Region A/1 & B/2) to the films they release. Time will tell though!
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The BFI are still releasing them, although as a set instead of singles. In June, I believe.
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The BFI are still releasing them, although as a set instead of singles. In June, I believe.
Thanks BAKA. I hadn't heard anything further after Amazon de-listed the titles and cancelled my pre-orders.

This may sound picky, but I wish they'd release them individually. Even though I'll be buying both I really don't care for sets.
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Thanks BAKA. I hadn't heard anything further after Amazon de-listed the titles and cancelled my pre-orders.

This may sound picky, but I wish they'd release them individually. Even though I'll be buying both I really don't care for sets.
Singles would have probably suited me better, as I've never seen from Alain Robbe-Grillet. But I think BFI are putting a nice set together, by the sounds of it.

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