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The "Is it in HD somewhere because I can't find it" thread. — Page 5

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anyone know if sherlock hound is available in hd and english dubbed, only blurays I’ve seen are japanese only and very expensive.

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Are there any preservations of The Evil Dead theatrical cut in HD? I know there were some digital alterations made to the film in the DVD and Blu-ray releases, and I’ve seen that there are some DVD quality preservations on here, but nothing in HD that I’ve seen.

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timemeddler said:

anyone know if sherlock hound is available in hd and english dubbed, only blurays I’ve seen are japanese only and very expensive.

From what I’ve gathered the english dubbing’s don’t sync with the HD sources found on japanese set.

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jamesxphoto said:

timemeddler said:

anyone know if sherlock hound is available in hd and english dubbed, only blurays I’ve seen are japanese only and very expensive.

From what I’ve gathered the english dubbing’s don’t sync with the HD sources found on japanese set.

That can be fixed in a fan preservation.

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Blackadder: Back & Forth. The only entry in the Blackadder saga to be shot entirely on film. Only available in SD.

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Saw that the Extended TV Version of Red Eye was listed on the first page, does anyone know if this was definitely the version on Amazon prime? According to the running time the one on Amazon UK is the regular version. Been looking for the extended version for a long time.

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Jade (1995) (Extended Director’s Cut) - someplaces like Itunes, Vudu, etc claim to have it in HD but people already confirmed to me it’s in SD.

Sliver (1993) (Unrated Cut)

Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000) - available on Amazon Video and Itunes

Deadly Friend (1986) - available on Amazon Video and Itunes (wasn’t able to confirm if it’s indeed HD)

Blood and Wine (1996) - available on Amazon Video and Itunes

Clownhouse (1989)

A Kiss Before Dying (1991) - HDTV version available via Torrent

Fanedits: Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me: Extended Blue Rose Cut / Blair Witch 2: Recut / Sinister: Recut / The Vanishing: Recut

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Is the movie ''Something Wicked This Way Comes" available anywhere in HD?

#Pro-Life

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The entire “Trumptonshire” Trilogy had their original film negatives re-scanned and restored in HD in 2011 but only “Camberwick Green” got a Blu Ray release in 2011. “Trumpton” and “Chigley” never got released in HD and “Camberwick Green” BD sells for quite a high price these days.

I never saw much of these shows but they’re considered classics and ought to be preserved and available in the best possible way.

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So actually what ended up bringing me to this site in the first place was trying to find Trekkies. It seems it’s been digitally disappeared from all rental and streaming services. I didn’t check some of the newer ones, but I thought it was odd that I couldn’t even rent or buy it on Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, or Playstation. Maybe it’s about to be rereleased in HD?

Anyway, I ended up watching The People vs. George Lucas instead in which someone who founded this site was interviewed.

But anyone know what’s going on with Trekkies? I’d love to see it again, I thought it was a great documentary. And I want to show my girlfriend before we watch Trekkies 2 which is still widely available.

“What’s wrong?”

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I have a fan version of the original Gone in 60 Seconds which syncs the HD video to the original audio (Presumably from VHS? I don’t think it was ever released on laserdisc?) that I found on the Internet Archive and YouTube, but I’m hunting for a version that’s 24p. Not a huge deal, just wondered.

Apparently Pink Floyd: The Wall is caught in the crossfire of the battle between Gilmore and Waters.

I have True Lies in Vudu, but I’m terrified they’ll take it down, it’s not 24p, and the audio isn’t lossless.

“What Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one.”

Neil Postman, Amusing Ourselves to Death

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Mike O said:

Apparently Pink Floyd: The Wall is caught in the crossfire of the battle between Gilmore and Waters.

What’s going on? I think The Wall should get a Criterion release, it would deserve it. But it’s annoying that I can’t even get a simple blu-ray release.