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Discussion in 'High Definition' started by baggio, Oct 6, 2017.
Nah it's been out since 1st of August here.
Caps-a-holic screen comparisons between the old Razorback Blu-Ray and the new one: http://caps-a-holic.com/c.php?d1=12167&d2=12166&c=4791
Well, I'm not there.
This is a odd one to me. Some scenes look sorta/kinda better in the old and some(most of them) the new looks way better. And the new is sharper overall, but loses some color and detail somehow. Couple darker too. Hard to explain. What do you think?
I thought the same thing. But then again, when you're watching it on a TV it can often appear a little different than some screenshots comparisons.
My thoughts exactly.
Contrast may be a bit too high on the new one, but I think they may have applied a modern orange / teal color grading scheme to the old release that may not have been accurate to the original intent.
Next of Kin artwork:
Thankfully, the artwork is reversible:
Thats much better.
Hell yeah. Now that's some nice cover art!
Razorback final specs: (from Umbrella website)
Audio commentary with director Russell Mulcahy and Shayne Armstrong
Audio interview with actor Gregory Harrison
JAWS ON TROTTERS: Featuring interviews with director Russell Mulcahy, producer Hal McElroy, Razorback creator Bob McCarron, composer Iva Davies and cast Judy Morris and Chris Haywood.
Extended interviews with cast and crew from Mark Hartley's NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD
Grisly deleted scenes with new optional audio commentary
RAZORBACK: THE VHS CUT - the original uncut 4:3 Australian home video version
A CERTAIN PIGGISH NATURE: Looking Back at Razorback
LOL, did they only just post those on their website?
I received the Blu-ray from DD last week!
It's been out here for like a month now lol.
Ha, no. Now I forgot where I got that yesterday. But I saw it posted somewhere (while looking for other stuff) and knew it wasn't on the thread. But it wasn't from their website recently.
DVD only, but looks like they're releasing Lunatics: A Love Story on November 7th.
No. discs 1
Running time 83 min
Audio format 2.0 Dolby Digital
Catalogue No. DAVID3897
Aspect ratio 4:3
Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Josh Becker
Interview with Bruce Campbell
Day of the Dead "Ultimate Edition" coming in November. Looks like Umbrella is including the extras from Anchor Bay, Arrow, and Scream Factory editions. Guessing the "HD master never before seen in Australia" is likely the one from Scream Factory's Collector's Edition (?).
"The dead will walk among us once more amidst a sea of blood and gore when the third instalment in horror maestro George A. Romero’s Living Dead series returns better than ever as THE DAY OF THE DEAD: ULTIMATE EDITION!
This gruesome follow-up to the acclaimed DAWN OF THE DEAD follows a ragtag group of soldiers and scientists working to cure the undead plague but being deep underground and growing increasingly unstable brings the question of what their real threat is: the zombies or themselves?
Featuring a HD master never before seen in Australia, THE DAY OF THE DEAD: ULTIMATE EDITION collects a slew of bonus material onto a Blu-ray and DVD set, making it the definitive must-have release for fans of George A. Romero’s 1985 gut-ripping classic."
- AUDIO COMMENTARY WITH GEORGE A. ROMERO, TOM SAVINI, CLETUS ANDERSON AND LORI CARDILLE
- AUDIO COMMENTARY WITH GREG NICOTERO, HOWARD BERGER, EVERETT BURRELL AND MIKE DEAK
- WORLD’S END: THE LEGACY OF DAY OF THE DEAD
- BEHIND THE SCENES: ON-SET
- BEHIND THE SCENES: TOM SAVINI
- INTERVIEW WITH GEORGE A. ROMERO AT MIFF 200
- THEATRICAL TRAILERS
- TV SPOTS
- GATEWAY COMMERCE CENTRE PROMO VIDEO
- THE MANY DAYS OF THE DEAD
- JOE OF THE DEAD
- REFLECTIONS ON THE LIVING DEAD
- TRAVELOGUE OF THE DEAD
It's disheartening that it's in SD. I've seen a lot of "that'll never come out on Blu-ray" titles get released recently; even if they had a "DVD only" release almost as recently. This one's a guilty pleasure that'd be tough to refrain from.
I remember enjoying it a hell of a lot back in the day. I don't even know if I could find my VHS tape recorded off cable decades ago.