Summer of Evil BD in France

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  1. blu

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    If that cover had anything to do with the movie, the movie would be so better! Don't be fooled, there's nothing of the sort inside.
    That is a killer cover. Not sure how good this will be on BD, guess it depends on how it was shot and what elements they have to work with. The US dvd looks like shit, but the movie kinda sucks so it fits.
     
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    Nice! Wonder if it is region free?
     
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    For some reason I never got the DVD so I might keep an eye out for the blu.
     
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    Thank god for my trips to France every January.
     
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    Anyone know if there are forced subtitles on this, Thanks.
     
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    Yes. There are forced subs on this, but I had no problem removing them on my pc and on my player.
    It has great picture quality.

    And the case is red, not blue like the picture of this thread.
     
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    Thanks for the reply, How do you go about removing the forced subs on your player?

    I've got a Panasonic BD35!

    Thanks in advance ;)
     
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    If it's anything like French dvds are, then some players will let you shuffle through the subtitles while playing the film with the subtitle button (I call it switching on the fly). Some players won't let you do it though, at least one of my region free dvd players wouldn't while the other would. It really does come dowen to the player and how hard the settings are. My cheap player would change them but the better one would give me that "this function disabled" message when I tried.

    The final thing I had to do for my French dvds when the cheap player died was dub them without subtitles, then there are no subs to force on my "watching dubs". Of course dubbing BD I can't do, and it probably isn't quite as easy yet. Cross your fingers and hope your player lets you change on the fly.:)
     
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    Thanks, It's currently in the 3for2 promo at Amazon.fr, Tempted...Got close to 2000 Blu-Ray's now and not 1 of them has forced subs :(

    Hope my player will let me switch 'em off :nervous:
     

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