09-15-2010 09:27 AM #1
The Frighteners (director's cut) 10/26
I just checked out columbia house and they have the Frighteners (director's cut) available for pre-oreder on 10/26. Anybody looking forward to this release? I thought the movie was pretty good. I preferred the director's cut to the theatrical release.
09-15-2010 09:48 AM #2
I have it on HD DVD. I'll be keeping my HD DVD.
09-16-2010 01:16 PM #3
i have the dvd but flipper disks suck and i sometimes have problems with this one so i wouldnt mind upgrading if it comes out in stores or at least online stores.
09-16-2010 01:30 PM #4Member
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I'll believe they'll have it on 10/26 when I see it....
09-16-2010 04:48 PM #5
Already own the HD DVD no need for a double-dip
09-16-2010 05:18 PM #6Member
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I wish they'd release the theatrical cut. I liked it a lot better than the extended director's cut.
09-17-2010 01:26 AM #7
Seamless branching FTW!
There shouldn't even be a discussion as to which version to release in this day and age.
09-17-2010 10:08 AM #8
I have the HD DVD, but I may double dip for the lossless audio. This movie always was a pretty good surround demo.HT gear: JVC RS46 3D projector with 147in Hi Power screen, Klipsch RF-7 based 9.1 system, Emotiva XPA5 5 channel amp, Pioneer 1120 reciever, Oppo BDP-95(region free), Xbox 360, Toshiba XA2
09-17-2010 10:40 AM #9
09-17-2010 12:50 PM #10
09-17-2010 02:57 PM #11HT gear: JVC RS46 3D projector with 147in Hi Power screen, Klipsch RF-7 based 9.1 system, Emotiva XPA5 5 channel amp, Pioneer 1120 reciever, Oppo BDP-95(region free), Xbox 360, Toshiba XA2
09-17-2010 05:06 PM #12
09-17-2010 05:19 PM #13
Dolby Digital PLUS and DTS-MA are virtually transparent, even on high-end equipment.
09-17-2010 05:35 PM #14
Agreed, Vinnie, the differences between a high-bandwidth track like that on the HD-DVD and lossless are minsicule to the ears. I have separate amplification and processor and will also be keeping my HD-DVD, so rezpekt, I think that officially makes ME the coolest kid on the block.
Seriously, when it comes to low bit-rate tracks vs. lossless on some DVD to blu upgrades, I have been outright surprised by how much of a difference I perceived, but not so with the high bit-rate to lossless changeovers.
I'm sure mileage varies by track, but still....
09-17-2010 07:04 PM #15
I use headphones to watch Blu-Ray movies at night and have noticed the difference between lossy and lossless. Lossless is much better.
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