Meaning that even the standard edition of Dragonwyck will go OOP eventually? That hasn't happened with other Indicator releases, right?MichaelB wrote: ↑Tue Feb 23, 2021 4:38 pm
Indicator has six: Dragonwyck, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, Little Murders, The St Valentine's Day Massacre, The Snake Pit and The Third Secret. They're all 2018/19 releases, so they should still be around for a few years, but the assumption is that the licenses won't be renewable.
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No, but the company's only been around for just over four years, so all its licenses will still be current. But the Fox ones are certain not to be renewed, and it makes absolutely no difference if it's a limited or standard edition.
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I always forget about this- now I feel like doing some research and potentially adding a second flash sale order, if necessary.. I've been putting off buying Pickup on South Street from MoC in the hopes that Criterion will upgrade, since I wish I held out on Forty Guns especially with the doc..