i accidentally won two bids so i ended up with a US and a UK copy of it lol, as well as already having my blu-ray
thats actually a p good idea seeing as how all of the hd-dvd stuff will probably be dirt cheap
any other films that have a better hd-dvd than bluray
Peter Jacksons King Kong.
I wonder if the predator HD-DVD looks better then the blu ray.
I mean look at that shit.
DNR is the cancer of video.
He's very close to looking like an anime
as much as I don't like noise and grain and can't wait till the day movies are just like looking through a window, that's horrible
i like (NATURAL) noise and grain
I recently boguht I blu ray player, well earlier today for £40 damn good price for one too.
I recently bought Contagion on Blu-ray.
Not happy with the ultraviolet bullshit but the film does look more cleaned up overall.
DVDs were the same with noise and grain - they could be hit/miss. I watched Bronson on the UK DVD last night and was fairly impressed with the way it looked. Fantastic natural grain transferred well.
it's usually because most dvd masters are scrubbed of grain before they're compressed to such a small resolution. that's why a fair few people complained about grain in blu-rays stating 'there's no grain on most dvd's why is there grain here that's unacceptable'
made me sick
either that, or at such a small resolution the grain becomes too fine to see.
Just watched my first bluray on my own TV (always watched it downstairs on the big TV) and damn, I wonder why I haven't got a lot of blurays. Trying to start a collection now by buying atleast 1 bluray per month. Any recommendations ? (I haven'T watched a lot of movies either so just suggest me some good ones!)
www.blu-ray.com is really great, just found out that Fight Club has got two versions over here and the first one had very bad picture quality. Going to buy the second version next week as my first Bluray of this year.
Bought these three today. Haven't watched kick-ass and Fight Club before and Shaun of the Dead is just so great that I just had to rebuy it on blu-ray.
Yeah, I watched fight club a few minutes ago. It's fantastic in terms of everything, movie itself, the audio, the video. Damn happy I bought it.
Getting Drive tomorrow. Haven't seen it yet.
Godzilla Blu-ray is coming out tomorrow from the Criterion Collection.
Of course I'll be getting it.
Tomorrow i'm getting the Millenium Trilogy and Deer Hunter, i haven't actually seen that movie yet so i'm looking forward to it!
Sooo I tried skimming through the thread to find an answer, but didn't find a definitive one. I understand the reasonings for reissuing a Bluray; what I want to know is when this generally started happening. And is it caused by consumer uproar, or general desire to master a movie as best as possible?
Also, how exactly do you tell if a Bluray has been re released.....err actually I'm gonna kinda assume I should just google it, but still, how do you tell?
Is there a easy way im not seeing to add your blurays on bluray.com? I dont wanna click on individual one on all the movies.