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Zitat von: Der Graf am 4 August 2010, 14:36:42http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003WOLK6E/Das Alien-Ei ist grad wieder vorbestellbar!!!
Zitat von: capelightDa heute ein Newsletter eines Händlers in unser email-Postfach flatterte, indem BATTLE ROYALE wieder auf DVD als "wieder lieferbar" angeboten wird, müssen wir uns nun doch früher outen als geplant:Ja, wir haben die Rechte an BATTLE ROYALE erworben und arbeiten an einer DVD/BD Neuauflage.Details / Cover / Verpackung etc kann ich aktuell aber noch nicht bestätigen.Alle aktuell als "wieder lieferbare" angebotene Versionen sind Bootlegs. Also wartet lieber noch ein wenig auf unsere Österreich-Version, die wir in Kooperation mit NSM veröffentlichen werden. Es lohnt sich!!!
Zitat von: McHolsten am 10 August 2010, 06:00:11Bildvergleich "Escape from NY" UK US BD :arrow: das schreit nach Neuauflage oder Importhttp://www.caps-a-holic.com/hd_vergleiche/index.php?vergleich=escape_from_new_york_bd1
Zitat von: LeCrumb am 10 August 2010, 14:39:34Irgendwo schwirrt wohl auch eine HDTV Ausstrahlung rum, die noch besser aussieht, weil Universal die Finger wieder nicht von den Rauschfiltern lassen konnte. Irgendwo bei avs gibts wohl Vergleichsbilder.
ZitatDas 2 Disc-Set enthält die beiden Filme "Planet Terror" und "Death Proof" erstmals als "Double Feature" inklusive Trailern. [...]Blu-ray Disc Disc 1 – Filme:* Grindhouse Feature (Planet Terror)* Intermission Cards* Don't Trailer* Werewolf Women of the S.S Trailer* Thanksgiving Trailer* Grindhouse Feature (Death Proof)Blu-ray Disc 2 – Extras:Planet Terror* Robert Rodriguez's 10-Minute Film School* The Badass Babes of Planet Terror* The Guys of Planet Terror* Casting Rebel* Sickos, Bullets, And Explosions: The Stunts of Planet Terror* The Friend, The Doctor, and the Real Estate Agent* Planet Terror Poster GalleryDeath Proof* Stunts On Wheels: The Legendary Drivers of Death Proof* Quentin's Greatest Collaborator: Editor Sally Menke* The Guys of Death Proof* Kurt Russell as Stuntman Mike* Finding Quentin's Gals* The Uncut Version of "Baby, It's You" performed by Mary Elizabeth Winstead* Introducing Zoe Bell* Double Dare Trailer* Death Proof Extended Music* Death Proof Poster GalleryExklusive Blu-ray Disc-Extras:* Robert Rodriguez's 10-Minute Cooking School* The Makeup Effects of Planet Terror* The Hot Rods of Death Proof* From Texas to Tennessee: The Production Design of Death Proof* Trailers* Extended Werewolf Women of The SS Trailer* View Extended Cut Of Werewolf Women of the SS Trailer with Commentary by Director Rob Zombie* The Making Of Werewolf Women of the SS Trailer* Extended Don't Trailer* View Extended Cut Of Don't Trailer with Commentary by Director Edgar Wright* The Making of Don't Trailer* Don't Storyboard/Trailer Comparison* View Don't Storyboard/Trailer Comparison with Commentary by Director Edgar Wright* Don't Storyboards Still Gallery* Don't Poster* The Making of Thanksgiving Trailer* New York Times Talk with Quention Tarantino and Lynn Hirschberg at Comic Con 2006 Featuring the Directors and Cast of Grindhouse* Grindhouse Trailer Contest Winner Hobo With A Shotgun
Zitat von: LeCrumb am 6 August 2010, 15:31:57Wurde schon im Februar kurz diskutiert. Code A ist bei axel übrigens normaler Standard bis die Disc überprüft wurde, weswegen darunter "most likely region free" steht. Bei Anchor Bay sogar ziemlich sicher.
ZitatDuring an interview to promote the Avatar theatrical re-release, director James Cameron also mentioned that he had just done "a complete remaster of Aliens" (included in the Alien Anthology scheduled for Blu-ray release on October 26), working with the same colorist with whom he had worked on Avatar. In what is sure to ignite some controversy, Cameron said he had completely removed all noise and grain from the extended version of the film. The filmmaker said: "It's spectacular. We went in and completely de-noised it, de-grained it, up-rezzed, color-corrected every frame, and it looks amazing. It looks better that it looked in the theaters originally. Because it was shot on a high-speed negative that was a new negative that didn't pan out too well and got replaced the following year. So it's pretty grainy. We got rid of all the grain. It's sharper and clearer and more beautiful than it's ever looked. And we did that to the long version, to the 'director's cut' or the extended play."
Zitat von: ForenregelnMaximalgröße für Bildsignaturen: 400x133 Pixel, 50 kb – nicht animiert!
Zitat von: Vinyard Vaughn (OV Fascho) am 17 August 2010, 14:36:29James Cameron Talks Aliens Blu-ray RemasterZitatDuring an interview to promote the Avatar theatrical re-release, director James Cameron also mentioned that he had just done "a complete remaster of Aliens" (included in the Alien Anthology scheduled for Blu-ray release on October 26), working with the same colorist with whom he had worked on Avatar. In what is sure to ignite some controversy, Cameron said he had completely removed all noise and grain from the extended version of the film. The filmmaker said: "It's spectacular. We went in and completely de-noised it, de-grained it, up-rezzed, color-corrected every frame, and it looks amazing. It looks better that it looked in the theaters originally. Because it was shot on a high-speed negative that was a new negative that didn't pan out too well and got replaced the following year. So it's pretty grainy. We got rid of all the grain. It's sharper and clearer and more beautiful than it's ever looked. And we did that to the long version, to the 'director's cut' or the extended play." Source: blu-ray.comI have a real bad feeling about that one :icon_rolleyes:...
Zitat von: LeCrumb am 17 August 2010, 15:31:21Ein gutes Bild :andy:
Zitat von: mali am 15 August 2010, 11:42:29Mal sehen, was dieses mal "geändert und erweitert" wird ;-)
ZitatOn Saturday, a video from Star Wars Celebration V leaked online. In it was a scene that George Lucas said was deleted from the opening of Return of the Jedi, a scene in which Luke Skywalker completes the construction of his lightsaber in a cave on Tattooine. Turns out that much like everything Lucas has put out in the past 10 years, it's probably complete bullshit.Geeks Of Doom has uncovered a video interview with Mark Hamill from Comic Con 2009. In it the actor discuss the scene in question, and what does Hamill say? "I never shot a scene like that." So who was that in the deleted scene? A double? That could explain why we never clearly see his face. So now the question is raised: when was this scene filmed? Is Lucas simply trying to create artificial hype to help sales of Star Wars on Blu-ray? I've said it once and I'll probably say it another thousand times before I die: Screw George Lucas.Check out the video below. UPDATE #1: But this isn't where it ends. Sadly, Mark Hamill, who I have loved for years because of his dedication to fans, is entirely implicit in this mess as well. Not only did Hamill come out to introduce the clip, but also said afterward "You can see my cleft chin sticking out of the hood, but the first thing that gets applause is my lightsaber," according to Ology.com. So when did Hamill suddenly remember filming this scene? Star Wars universe, you have officially broken my heart.UPDATE #2: We've found a video of Mark Hamill talking with Jon Stewart and George Lucas both before and after the "deleted scene" is shown, and there are a few interesting points to be made:1. He introduces the clip by saying "This is my original entrance into Return of the Jedi." The "my" seems to indicate that either he is saying it is him, or he has no problem letting the audience sip away on the kool-aid.2. He doesn't actually say "my cleft chin," but rather "the cleft chin."3. Hamill mentions the black outfit and the glove, but this likely refers to the outfit he wears in the last half of the film, and not the one in this scene (he isn't wearing the glove).The rabbit hole keeps getting deeper and deeper. I'll keep updating as I find more information. In the meantime, check out the video below, which also includes the "deleted scene" in question.UPDATE #3 Commenter Nicholas West mentions that Hamill did remember that he was in the scene prior to the showing of the clip, so we dug up the full intro to the video. The verdict? Quoth Mark Hamill: But when they told me what was involved in this scene, I said, "I vaguely remember," and then, of course, when they showed me I really remembered."Something is very, very wrong here. Check out the video below.UPDATE #4: Commenter Michael pulled an old article from StarWarz.com which has quotes from Anthony Daniels, the man who played C-3P0. Said Daniels of the scene: I filmed the background to this in Death Valley just before the road to Jabba (the last scene filmed in ROTJ). It was a tiny crew and George and me. It was the best time I had in all four movies.The writer of the article notes (keep in mind this was written in 2001) that there was no mention of Hamill being at the taping of the scene, which conflicts with Hamill's comments at Celebration V. The writer does point out that in the storyboards, which were drawn two years apart, C-3P0 is outside of the cave, not in it, meaning that it is entirely possible that the two parts of the scene were filmed separately.http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Lost-Return-Of-The-Jedi-Footage-May-Be-Fake-George-Lucas-Is-An-Asshole-20198.html
Zitat von: LeCrumb am 18 August 2010, 13:13:51Wieso angeblich?
Zitat von: LeCrumb am 17 August 2010, 15:17:1335MB für 1080p ist zwar keine optimale Kompression, aber das von Bob Gale versprochene Filmkorm kann ich da trotzdem nicht sehen.
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