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Zitat von: Graveworm am 2 Juni 2009, 11:15:45Tja, damit ist meine Hoffnug hin. Sehr schade, dass sich das Studio so quer stellt.MFG
Zitat von: Roughale am 2 Juni 2009, 11:51:32Zitat von: Graveworm am 2 Juni 2009, 11:15:45Tja, damit ist meine Hoffnug hin. Sehr schade, dass sich das Studio so quer stellt.MFGWieso hin? Nachdem es zuerst hiess, dass das Material futsch ist, haben wir doch einen grossen Schritt nach vorne gemacht, nun muss man nur aktiv zeigen, dass man Interesse hat und willig ist, dafür was zu investieren - ich habe gerade eine e-mail an die clivebarker.info Adresse abgeschickt! Never give up hope!
ZitatUPDATE - 18 July 2009 - a second (longer) workprint discovered!A second VHS copy of the film has come to light - this time a 159 minute cut - another 14 minutes! Lori's performance of Johnny Get Angry is amongst the "new" footage, as is the "on the next wind..." closing scene with the breed in the barn. Fingers crossed... this feels like we might just be on a bit of a roll here...
Zitat von: Pinhead_X am 31 Juli 2009, 19:30:08Na wollen wir hoffen das das neue Material nicht Lückenfüllersequenzen sind. Mal abwarten.
ZitatFor years Barker has said that excised footage from his monster mash has been missing. Last June, 145-minute cut was discovered. That cut is being screened for the first time at a Horrorhound convention next month.
Zitat von: Roughale am 5 Februar 2010, 17:12:51Man beachte aber, dass dies nicht die bisher längste Fassung ist, die entdeckt wurde, sondern nur die 145 Minuten Version, es gibt auch eine mit 159 Minuten...
Zitat von: RoboLuster am 5 Februar 2010, 17:19:03Quelle ist shocktillyoudrop.com (irgendwelche User nehme ich grundsätzlich nie als Quelle) ;)Zitat von: Roughale am 5 Februar 2010, 17:12:51Man beachte aber, dass dies nicht die bisher längste Fassung ist, die entdeckt wurde, sondern nur die 145 Minuten Version, es gibt auch eine mit 159 Minuten... Jup, steht glaube ich noch auf der 1. Seite hier im Thread.
ZitatWe're happy to report that, over the past several months, we've had a number of cordial and constructive conversations with Morgan Creek, the studio that owns the rights to Nightbreed.Morgan Creek initiated these conversations - prompted by the huge petition and support for an extended Nightbreed DVD release on this very page and by the noise you've generated on horror sites across the internet.So thank you to everyone who's added their name and their voice so far and for all your passionate and eloquent support of the movie!However, we're less happy to have to tell you that, after discussing the current home entertainment market in "the horror genre" with Warner Bros., Morgan Creek have decided to take "a pause" before deciding to move forward with the DVD release we're all calling for.They've adopted a "not now" position, telling us that, in their opinion, the current market will not support the required investment in reassembling the master reels to produce a director's cut of the movie.Now, it's not a "never" position - which is a real step forward... - but it is a huge disappointment. We are therefore asking for your continued help in showing the size and commitment of Nightbreed's audience.Please continue to show your support for an extended release by adding your names to the list below (our e-mail details are below) and by continuing to talk about this campaign in forums and blogs.We're working with Clive on planning our next series of conversations with Morgan Creek - your support is what caught the studio's attention in the first place, so please let's keep it going. Our thanks in advance!In the meantime, the studio has approved a one-night-only screening of the work-in-progress VHS workprint (again, news of the discovery of that below...). This will screen at the upcoming Horrorhound convention in Indianopolis on the evening of Saturday, 27 March 2010. The convention details - with an anticipated Nightbreed reunion - are at the HorrorHound convention site.Again, heartfelt thanks from Clive and ourselves - our quest for a DVD release of the extended Nightbreed as Clive originally intended it continues...
Zitat von: Klugscheisser am 7 Februar 2010, 00:12:37 ...PS. Welcher Barker Boom eigentlich?
Zitat von: Mr. Vincent VegaNatürlich liebe ich GTA - immerhin kann ich dort Frauen erschiessen!!
ZitatNightbreed: Not The News Anyone Was Looking For...It's been a little over a year since our good friend Mark Miller was told by someone at Morgan Creek that Nightbreed's "missing" footage was in fact safely stored in their vaults, simply needing a reason to dig it out – but that no-one at the company could see a reason to do so.As soon as we heard that the near-mythical footage had survived, we asked for your help to show how much support exists for a director's cut of the movie.Over that period – during which Clive located two VHS workprints containing an hour of cut footage, one of which Morgan Creek authorised for a screening at HorrorHound last March – more than 2,000 people have added their names to the 'Release Nightbreed' petition on this page, as well as spreading the word in magazines, on news sites and blogs and at conventions.A huge, huge thank you to each and every one of you from Clive and ourselves: your support has been instrumental in moving Morgan Creek from an initial "there's no interest" position on releasing an extended DVD or Bluray to one where they have actually been into the vaults to pull out the footage......and that's where the good news turns bad...We've just had the following conversation with Morgan Creek:Morgan Creek: "So I have a bit of sad news to relay. After MUCH digging, hunting and trying our best to unearth where (if at all) the missing Nightbreed footage might be, we've come up empty handed. Therefore, that VHS that was screened at the convention is the ONLY footage that exists of a director's cut."Revelations: "Wow, that's tough news! A year ago we had no idea whether or not the footage still even existed and it was only when we heard the company knew exactly where it was that we and Clive even got up hopes to be able to construct an extended cut of the movie. Sounds like the initial comments to Mark were unduly optimistic?"Morgan Creek: "Unfortunately yes – we were wrong about this one."There's not much that can sweeten a blow like this when so many hopes have been so raised...We've given the news to Clive and will be talking more with him about whether this might be a final death knell for a true extended Nightbreed. In the meantime, again prompted by your visible and vocal support, Morgan Creek have offered us access to all the Nightbreed material they have and have granted us permission to pull this together into a comprehensive illustrated anniversary book about the movie. We'll draw on this as well as on unpublished material in Clive's archive and we've started discussions on whether this package might gain permission to include a release of the workprint too...At this point, we and Clive and Mark need to again thank everyone who has been moved to support Nightbreed so eloquently. That passion has not been wasted and has motivated a studio to spend time and effort looking to rescue the lost work of filmmakers who shared a heavenly vision of monsters... We've not given up all hope...
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