i have mentioned this elsewhere.PfR73 wrote:Also, I can't believe none of you have mentioned the most important title from ABC Pictures
this is in my top 5 most wanted blurays ever!
Noticed a few errors:Ashirg wrote:Dynamic listing of Kino Lorber Classics releases
It was released on VHS by Fox, but I thought the rights reverted back to Producers Sales Organization/Mark Damon. It's a miracle that it's coming out on Blu Ray, as rights complications have hindered its availability for years.GetHarryPalmer wrote:Noticed a few errors:Ashirg wrote:Dynamic listing of Kino Lorber Classics releases
8 Million Ways to Die is FOX
L.A. wrote:Deluge @ Beaver. A second feature-length film included as an extra. This this a surprise.
Oh Gary, never change.It seems one of the most desirable commodities after the apocalypse is not only guns and food but lithe hottie Peggy Shannon - a former Ziegfeld gal once proposed to replace Clara Bow! She's carried near naked, twice, saved but only to return looking better than ever - and eventually realizing her prospects have become limited in the aftermath of fewer men than she would appreciate.
AfterTheRain wrote:Hell in the Pacific is the next title in the Disney deal; the alternate ending will be included on the release.
That would be nice. But why doesn't someone do a big fancy edition of Hope and Glory, for fucks sake? Who owns it in the US, do you know? Don't really know why that film isn't more beloved on this forum. I mean yeah, it has basically no content, and Boorman, tho I love him, isn't in the league of filmmakers whose more trifling films are still considered 'works of genius'. But it still has the best script, by far, he's ever filmed, great human observation, great absurdo-natural acting style from everyone, Ian Bannen, and is one of the most wonderful film experiences I've had. Hmmph.captveg wrote:Kino also says that Boorman has agreed to a commentary and/or an interview for this release. (Not clear yet if it will be one or the other, or both).