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Old 26th May 2012, 05:42 PM
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Murnau's possibly my favourite director of silent films, too.

Although, I do also love a lot of Lang's and Leni's silent films.
I also like Fritz Lang a lot too,I have only watched one Leni Riefenstahl movie
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Old 26th May 2012, 07:26 PM
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What's the ideal Murnau to start with? I'll be picking up Fritz Lang's Metropolis soon anyway as it's one of my set DVDs for my next module.
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What's the ideal Murnau to start with?
Nosferatu would be a good start.

Although Faust is a favourite of mine, too.
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Old 26th May 2012, 07:35 PM
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I'm really interested in picking up a lot of the Masters of Cinema blu rays. Shame about the Japanese Black levels as those were the ones I was most keen on buying. I still need to buy an all region player. Hopefully in the next two weeks.
Didn't they release Onibaba on blu, and if so, any one have it?
Lately Criterion hasn't put out anything that jumps into my order list.
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Nosferatu would be a good start.

Although Faust is a favourite of mine, too.
How much longer must we wait before we get a Nosferatu BD?
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Old 26th May 2012, 10:31 PM
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I'm really interested in picking up a lot of the Masters of Cinema blu rays. Shame about the Japanese Black levels as those were the ones I was most keen on buying. I still need to buy an all region player. Hopefully in the next two weeks.
Didn't they release Onibaba on blu, and if so, any one have it?
Lately Criterion hasn't put out anything that jumps into my order list.
Onibabi isn't out on blu (yet) but Criterion have released Shindo's other horror classic, Kuroneko, as you probably know.

I too love MoC's releases and feel both Eureka and Criterion are on an equal footing in terms of quality output on blu ray at least.

I couldn't pick which MoC release I like best to be honest. Lifeboat, Touch of Evil, Island of Lost Souls, Repo Man and Silent Running are all first rate releases with steelbook artwork to die for.

Their Japanese output is quality too; Ugetsu Monogatari, Sansho Dayu, Oyu Sama, Gion Bayashi, Burmese Harp, Harakiri, Profound Desires of the Gods, Ballad of Narayama, Shogun Assassin (non MoC)... The list goes on. Fantastic!

Then their silent stuff: Sunrise, City Girl, Couer Fidele, Metropolis. Best BD publisher in Britain!
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Review for Double Indemnity up at blu-ray.com.

I can't wait for this!
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Review for Double Indemnity up at blu-ray.com.

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That's mine that is!
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Very nice review!
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Anyone looking forward to the release of Porcile. Never seen before. Anyone care to comment on it?
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