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i would like to see ninja 3 the domination and hard bodies from 1984 come to dvd. maybe with the friday the 13th remake coming out we can get the directors cut of all 8 films.
Already working on theese
1.Wrestlemaniac
2.The Lost
3.Old Boy
4.Revolver
5.Southland Tales
6.Beowulf
Freebie and the Bean was a favourite of mine years ago, hope it gets an uncut release and no word yet on The Gazebo which no Hitchcock fan should be without.
Freebie and the Bean (James Caan, Alan Arkin)
Brewster McCloud (Robert Altman)
Let It Be (Beatles)
Greaser's Palace
The Devils (Withdrawn Solicitation)

Just some of the movies I'm still waiting for from the 1970's-The Greatest Decade for Movies

Glad To Be Here in Wishland
Now I know that my "Last Summer" post should have started here.
Could have saved you all and me a lot of grief. Very interesting choices. What do you think of the "Poltergeist"-nice picture, but how about the scarcity of extras. Would love to see Spielberg do just one commentary.

"The Day The Clown Cried" (Jerry Lewis)-the stories on that one are legendary-noted in many Lewis biographies. I would be happy just to see this in a theatre.

My "Holy Grail" (besides Last Summer) is Welles' "The Other Side of the Wind." This may be the year-Peter Bogdanovich has been working on this for years. he made a personal promise to Welles that he would finish it.

Thanks
positivej wrote: Beowulf- Directors Cut..instant classic
30 Days of Night...absolutely riveting
American Gangster...its gangster, need I say more

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Beowulf- Directors Cut..instant classic
30 Days of Night...absolutely riveting
American Gangster...its gangster, need I say more
Interesting list

Poltergeist & Kill Bill have SE due by the end of the year.  I bet Poltergeist will be out by Halloween
I wish they would release the following movies in more than just bare-bones releases:

Poltergeist
The Thomas Crown Affair (remake with Pierce Brosnan)
Kill Bill vol 1
Kill Bill vol 2
Quote: But it's MGM that's making us all most happy around here today, having just released details on their LONG-awaited 8-disc box set, The Sergio Leone Anthology box set, due on 6/5 (SRP $89.98 - the individual 2-disc sets will also be released separately for $26.98 each). The set will include 2-disc Collector's Editions of A Fistful of Dollars (100 mins), For a Few Dollars More (132 mins), The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (178 mins) and Duck, You Sucker! (157 mins, a.k.a. A Fistful of Dynamite). Each film is presented in fully-remastered anamorphic widescreen video. Audio will be English Dolby Digital 5.1 and Spanish and French Dolby 2.0 Surround (for Duck, You Sucker! and For a Few Dollars More), English Dolby Digital 5.1 and Spanish Dolby 2.0 Surround (for A Fistful of Dollars) and English Dolby Digital 5.1 (for The Good, the Bad and the Ugly). All four films will feature subtitles in English, French and Spanish and will be Closed Captioned. Here's a list of the extras you can expect on each:

A Fistful of Dollars will include audio commentary by film historian Sir Christopher Frayling, 5 featurettes (A New Kind of Hero, A Few Weeks in Spain, Tre Voici, Not Ready for Primetime and Location Comparisons: Intercutting Film Clips with Current Footage of Locations Used), the network prologue (additional scene), 10 radio spots, a double-bill trailer for the film and an 8-page booklet.

For a Few Dollars More will include audio commentary by Sir Christopher Frayling, 5 featurettes (A New Standard, Back for More, Tre Voici, For a Few Dollars More: The Original American Release Versions and Location Comparisons: Intercutting Film Clips with Current Footage of Locations Used), 12 radio spots, the original theatrical trailer, a double-bill trailer and an 8-page booklet.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly will include audio commentary by film historian Richard Schickel, 3 documentaries (Leone's West, The Leone Style and The Man Who Lost The Civil War), 3 featurettes (Reconstructing The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Il Maestro: Ennio Morricone and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and Il Maestro: Part Two), deleted scenes, the extended "Tuco torture" scene, The Socorro Sequence: A Reconstruction, the film's French trailer, the original theatrical trailer, a poster art gallery, 4 Easter eggs, 5 collectible postcards and an 8-page booklet.

Finally, Duck, You Sucker! will include audio commentary by Sir Christopher Frayling, 6 featurettes (The Myth of Revolution, Sergio Donati Remembers Duck, You Sucker, Once Upon a Time in Italy, Sorting Out the Versions, Restoration Italian Style and Location Comparisons: Intercutting Film Clips with Current Footage of Locations Used), 6 radio spots, the original theatrical trailer and an 8-page booklet.


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I just want a decent Last of The Mohicans DVD.It deserves better treatment.Also the rest of the man with no name trilogy on DVD:A Fistful of Dollars,For a Few Dollars More.The MGM The Good,The Bad ,The Ugly is awsome.The other two need just as good treatment.Taking forever!Kill Bill 1&2 as one movie needs to come out too.
I just remembered another one that I would love to see on DVD:

Dicken's Little Dorrit - It's 360 minutes long and it's excellent.
Just thought of two.
I've never seen Night of the Creeps, and really want to. Honestly, I'll just buy it, so any region will do.

Also, I want The Sentinel, the '70s horror flick, in widescreen. I don't even need any extras.
Her's my list:

Greg Araki's The Living End

Gus Van Sant's Mala Noche

Derek Jarman:
Caravaggio
Derek Jarman's Blue - I won't hold my breath for this one, lol!  It's just a blue screen with sounds and dialogue.  I haven't seen it but I've heard good things.

Terence Davies:
Trilogy
Distant Voices, Still Lives - His masterpiece IMHO.
The Long Day Closes

Lars von Trier's Europa (AKA Zentropa) Another masterpiece!

Some of these must be available in R2 versions so I may just have to invest in an all-region dvd player.




It is about time Disney released Song of the South! I want a 2-3 disc of El Cid! Now that Criterion are releasing If I want to see Warner put their money where their mouths are ie the Digital Bits forum a few months ago and release O'Lucky Man this year with some extras! If Blade Runner 4 or 5 disc isnt out by Xmas there will be hell to pay! And dont get me started on what should be done to mark the 30th anniversary of Star Wars!
Invasion of the Saucer Men
The Lone Ranger ('38)
The Lone Ranger Rides Again ('39)
The Masked Marvel ('43)
The Shadow (Widescreen SE)
RAD
Legend of Billie Jean (SE)
Night of the Demon
Two films that would shock movie lovers if they were ever officialy released:
1-Song of the South
2- The Day the Clown Cried (Jerry Lewis 1972). Completed but never distributed. Only seen by a small amount of people with the only copy sitting in Jerry's vault who refuses it to be shown. And why is that? Jerry plays a clown in a Nazi concentration camp, marching the Jewish children to the ovens. Jerry claims he was unsatisfied with the final edit (he also wrote the screenplay and directed). Maybe it was last minute cold feet for a movie that was surely going to be controversial and a complete departure from his other films. Supposedly only exhibited at the Cannes film festival that year. Will we finally get to see this when Mr. Lewis passes away? I predict a 2025 release ( 80th Anniversary of the end of WW2 ) in a format that does not exist yet
"One on One"
"song of the SOuth"
"Howard the duck"
"Ruthless People" Special Collectors Edition
"Godfather The Epic Edition" (The reedited in order)
"HAlloween II" Special Edition'
"Halloween 6" Collectors edition
"Halloween H20" SPecial Edition
"Girl Named SOoner"
Sod all that, I want a decent anamorphic SE of War Games.
The most important dvd that needs to be made is The State Complete Series.
Blade Runner
star wars ultimate boxset
young indy
sidekicks
ninja III :the domination
crimewave
twilight zone the movie
MST3K the movie
howard the duck
a fistful of dynamite(duck you sucker!)
kill bill Special edition
Captain Sindbad  (This Byron "WAR OF THE WORLDS" Haskin old "saturday matinee" type movie was one of my favourites as a kid, and I'd love to see an, ahem, "official" release.)  It was a cheesy but fun adventure with rousing music and great imagery.  Spelling is correct by the way.
 
I would buy Howard the Duck as well, if just for the lame theme song. Lea Thompson was really hot too. Munchies is another fun movie I remember as a kid (I am 30 now)

As a related topic, Private School and Night of the Comet are finally coming to DVD tomorrow (R1)
Howard the Duck
Song of the South
Song of the South - I'm tired of waiting!
yes RAD, the BMX bike movie. I love the 80's era of films!
DVD wishlist
DVDfan76 wrote: 9. the Monster Squad
Look for a disc from Lionsgate around Halloween. Myself, a lot of my old favorites from childhood have slowly but surely made their way to DVD, but I stiil want to see Rad released someday soon.
DVD wishlist
These are the movies that I want to see on DVD. Most are not good   films but are still my personal faves

1. Zapped!
2. Going Berserk (John Candy classic)
3. Stewardess School
4. Paramedics
5. Crime Wave (Coen Brothers)
6. Eat & Run
7. the Whoopee Boys
8. Touch & Go (forgotten Michael Keaton movie)
9. the Monster Squad
10. Blood and Concrete (Jennifer Beals)

anyone else want to see these on DVD?