Tamura wrote:Everything's on the DVD release.
You sure mate?
EDIT: I'ts on Disc 1
Tamura wrote:If a disk dedicates at least 3-3.5 gigs to each of two films (so long as they aren't like 2+ hours in length), there shouldn't really be any compression issues. Look at Sony's ICON sets, for instance. Those look just fine. The problem with the Classic Medias is that they worked from subpar materials.
I would have appreciated CM's US presentations more if they at least handled what little material was supplied to them in a more mature fashion. When all you have is a Toho transfer and a cropped Monsters HD version, pillarbox the cropped material. That is the concept of restoration.
TheChingzilla wrote:King Ghidorah and Manda, they would make sweet love with their snake like structures
edgaguirus wrote:Talk about necking.
Tyler wrote:GojiFan wrote:standard robots with a hatred for the living.
So they're hipsters.
Mothra Freak wrote:But I think phasing DVDs out entirely is, at this point in time, unfeasible. Sure, eventually the DVD will go the way of the VHS, but that's still some time away.
omgitsgodzilla wrote:Yeah. Even for older stuff that's shot in standard definition, like TV shows, for instance, Blu-Ray would allow many more episodes on one disc with minimal compression if any.
Godsteigman wrote:I feel like DVDs will always be with us. Companies like Alpha Video I cant see doing HD movies with their obscure (some of it good) stuff. I cant see every movie I own on DVD going Blu Ray unless something really amazing happens. I think the best of both worlds is cool and companies that do DVD Blu Ray combos have the right idea.
Legion1979 wrote:Oh yes, thank you for linking to a page with nothing but Japanese text. That was so damn helpful.
Brody wrote:I don't approve of any kind of sex that involves male genitalia
tymon wrote:omgitsgodzilla wrote:Yeah. Even for older stuff that's shot in standard definition, like TV shows, for instance, Blu-Ray would allow many more episodes on one disc with minimal compression if any.
I heard that Sony TV won't release The Shield on Blu-Ray because it was shot and 16mm and supposedly wouldn't benefit from an HD transfer. Doesn't sound right to me, plus what are they going to do when DVDs inevitably go the way of the dodo?
But yeah, Blu-Rays are the shizz and I've been buying more of them lately. I'm slowly but surely becoming some sort of videophile as a result.
GojirO wrote:THIS IS OUR CHRISTMAS
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