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Discussion in 'High Definition' started by Nailwraps, May 11, 2010.
I'll take your word for it then. Thanks
I've read conflicting reports, one guy said he got the original 2008 disc (and posted pictures supporting this statement), while another guy said he got the Ultimate Hunter Edition.
Wait, which version was the botched one? I'm confused now.
the ultimate hunter edition's the bad one
Ah ok. Does anyone know if the UK/Aus blus are any better with the picture quality?
I have the first blu-ray release - avoided the ultimate hunter edition due to the bad reviews
I have both. When I want to watch the film itself I throw in the first blu-ray release and I use the Ultimate Hunter Edition basically as a bonus disc since it has all the extras.
I just want an edition with a good quality print. I'm only going to watch the extra features once and be done with them.
Back cover, but it doesn´t help!
I've heard the conflicting stories and seen pictures to back them up, so it's like buying a lottery ticket: you don't know which disc you'll get until you open it. I'd suggest buy used, then you can ask the seller what the disc art looks like and tell from that, or look yourself if you find one in a store.
The 2008 release (non-DNR'er release) doesn't have a French 5.1 Dolby Digital track, to my knowledge.
Might just check for non American Editions. Wasn't there one with a new "no DNR" transfer released somewhere or am I mistaken?
Fox are supposedly prepping a "3D" version of Predator on Blu-ray for later this year. I'm not sure how well that'd work out, but I've heard the "3D" version of Top Gun looked pretty good...so perhaps. As long as the idiots leave off the fucking DNR this time around!
I didn't know where to put this.
But Amazon has a Gold Box deal of the day.
Predator (Ultimate Hunter Edition)
Alien vs. Predator
Alien vs. Predator Requiem
All for $19.99
Is this a good deal? Or is this about what they should be worth. Remember it's not a box set, just a bundling of movies. The blu-ray transfers, are they hit or miss?
Predator 1 and 2 suffers from heavy DNR.
The rest looks great, though AVP2 has a very dark transfer, but it was the same in the theater.
At that price, I would go for it.
Buy keep a look out for the older BD release of the first Predator, as it doesn't suffer from DNR.
Thanks for the tip, and DNR issue.
It looks like they may have finally gotten it right with the UHD.