Discuss North American DVDs and Blu-rays or other DVD and Blu-ray-related topics.
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FrauBlucher wrote: ↑
Sat Oct 13, 2018 11:16 pm
It says available through DealsPro, a marketplace seller, fullfilled by Amazon. The Digibook is also being sold from the marketplace. I don't see anything directly from Amazon.
If you expand to see all sellers, the second cheapest option is direct from Amazon.
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OK. I see that. Strange though that Amazon hilights a seller first.
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They do that for all items that are available cheaper from a third party but fulfilled by Amazon
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domino harvey wrote: ↑
Sat Oct 13, 2018 10:58 pm
It's already as stacked a disc as there exists, I doubt there is really anything more for Criterion to add to it
Do you mean special-features-wise? Having watched this disc recently I would argue that while Sam Staggs' commentary is fun and informative the featurettes (including an episode of AMC Backlot
from circa 1998 or whenever) are pretty shallow. An interview with Molly Haskell about this film would be sublime as would an essay by Sheila O'Malley or Farran Smith Nehme. Probably won't happen but one can dream.
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Since I own (and saw in the theater) each of those examples you’ve listed, I realize now I was their extremely narrow target audience and best (only?) customer.
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Wow Lost City of Z was 4.99 like all holiday season. Too bad!
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Worth mentioning here that The Neon Demon is available in 4K on Amazon, and it looks absolutely stunning with the increased resolution over the Blu-ray
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mfunk9786 wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 31, 2019 11:35 am
Worth mentioning here that The Neon Demon
is available in 4K on Amazon, and it looks absolutely stunning with the increased resolution over the Blu-ray
If I'm not mistaken almost all of those titles are available on Amazon prime (The Lost City of Z is also 4K) which is a major reason I didn't bother buying any of them.