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Walter 6 Jul 15
Replying to @WarnerArchive
oh man. How about a release of the blade on blu. I'm pretty sure everyone in the world will preorder.
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Warner Archive 6 Jul 15
Replying to @MovieDweller
Nothing further to announce, but we're just starting to tackle the domestically unreleased Golden Harvest library…
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Spikey Mikey 6 Jul 15
Replying to @WarnerArchive
What are the actual titles? Link takes me to a genre-search screen.
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Warner Archive 6 Jul 15
Replying to @spikeymike67
Sort it newest to oldest :) Downtown Torpedoes, Big Bullet, The Blade, Blade of Fury, Pedicab Driver & Terracotta Warrior
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Scott F. 18 Jul 15
The Blade and Pedivcab Driver on blu? take my money now.
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John Firth 18 Jul 15
Replying to @WarnerArchive
Why has it taken so long for these to get a release of any kind? They've been locked away for years.
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Warner Archive 18 Jul 15
Replying to @hasimirrossi
it's something we asked as well, and now something is being done. and stay tuned for more!
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Warner Archive 18 Jul 15
nothing announced for blu. Right now in HD on our Instant service
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Walter 18 Jul 15
yeah, it's almost like they don't want to make money
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Scott F. 18 Jul 15
Replying to @WarnerArchive
Fair enough. Hoping for blu at some point though. Always prefer physical media, but that is just me.
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Scott F. 18 Jul 15
Replying to @MovieDweller
let's hope they soon change their ways. I'm in Australia and can't do the streaming thing.
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Walter 19 Jul 15
Replying to @MrDPGumby
Asian cinema is not properly represented on blu ray.
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Scott F. 19 Jul 15
Replying to @MovieDweller
No it's not, outside of new films at least. When the films we love get a blu ray release they're often horribly upscaled.
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Benson Parrish 5 Nov 15
Replying to @WarnerArchive
I'll buy any/all GH titles that get a release on Blu, full stop. Been waiting for most of these on disc since the late 90s.
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