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Blade Runner: The International Cut - DARK/SVN version
Dark Jedi Laserdisc transfer and Angrysun DVD authoring
Running Time: 117 minutes
The original laserdisc was Criterion's number one selling title for more than a few years, now it’s been transferred to DVD. The International Cut contains graphic violence excluded from both the original theatrical version and the directors cut. The added violence makes this version about 15 seconds longer than the US theatrical release.

*Has the noir voice over by Deckard
*Batty sticks his thumbs in Tyrell's eyes, which bleed copiously.
*Pris lifts Deckard up by his nostrils when she beats him up.
*Deckard shoots Pris a third time.
*More of Pris kicking and screaming when she is shot by Deckard.
*Shows Roy actually pushing the nail through his hand.
*Has the happy ending.

- Angrysun Release BLAX20
- 1 DVDr
- Fan Preservation
- Source: Criterion Laserdisc CVL # 69
- Widescreen
- Chapter Stops

Tech Specs
- 3.46gigs
- Video: 3-4 Mbps (average bitrate)
- Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 (192 Kbps)
- DVD-Rom (soundtrack and more)

MENU SAMPLE of DARK/SVN BR
http://home.comcast.net/~tk420/BR_-_Menu_sample.jpg


IN PRODUCTION


COMING SOON -
Superman: The Movie - The International Salkind Cut (NON-Composite)
Angrysun DVD authoring & PAL to NTSC of a Darth Anonymous VHS transfer

Running Time: 188 minutes (NTSC)

This alternate and VERY, VERY rare Recorded as aired NON-composite version includes all known footage. As the film and its sequels enjoyed its popularity in the early 1980’s, producers Alexander and Ilya Salkind took it upon themselves to prepare the film for its eventual television broadcast. In order to market the film to television stations around the world, the Salkinds re-edited the film with approximately 45 minutes of additional footage not released in theaters. Whereas Richard Donner had complete directorial control in editing the film for theatrical release, the Salkinds had control of the film for international distribution and television marketing, and the film was re-edited without Donner’s approval. The added footage brought the running time of the film to 188 minutes, the longest known version of the film to be assembled and shown to audiences around the world.

In addition to the many added scenes, a number of musical cues from John Williams’ original soundtrack were restored to the film, some of them not heard in the theatrical release of the film nor on the popular two-disc soundtrack album. Additional cues underscoring scenes on Krypton, the planet’s destruction, and Otis’ journey through the Metropolis subway tunnels were heard for the first time, while other cues underscoring the launch of Kal-El’s starship, Superman intercepting and hurling the missile into space, the aftershocks of the earthquake, and Superman in action, all previously heard on the original soundtrack album, were restored to the context of the film.

- 2 DVDr / PAL or NTSC
- Fan Preservation
- Source: VHS recording of Australian OTA broadcast
- Fullscreen

COMING SOON -
Kill Bill: Volume One - The Japan Cut
Japanese DVD transfer and Angrysun DVD authoring
Only the Japanese Version of Kill Bill offers fans the FULL Color version of the final showdown battle in the House of Blue Leaves! Get the whole adrenaline-pumping action in its special hardcore cut version, which lets you enjoy a totally new level of violence and it also includes three additional minutes of footage!

- 1 DVDr
- Fan Preservation
- Source: Japanese DVD
- Widescreen

COMING SOON -
On the Edge of Blade Runner: The International Cut - Angry/Citizen version
Dark Jedi VHS transfer and Angrysun DVD authoring
Running Time: 55 minutes
Produced in 2000 by Nobles Gate Ltd. for Channel 4 was directed by Andrew Abbott and hosted/written by Mark Kermode, and will be included in the Special Edition. Interviews with production staff, including Ridley give details into the creative process and turmoil during preproduction. Stories from Paul M. Sammon and Fancher provide insight into Philip K. Dick and the origins of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Interweaved are cast interviews with the notable exceptions of Harrison Ford and Sean Young. Through these interviews we get a sense of how difficult and frustrating the film was to make as a result of an exacting director without allies and hot, wet, smoggy conditions; which added to the high pressure atmosphere everyone increasingly felt as the film went over budget. There is also a tour of some locations, most notably the Bradbury Building and the Warner Brothers backlot that was the LA 2019 streets, which look very different from Ridley's dark version.

The documentary then details the test screenings postproduction editing/changes (voice over and happy ending, deleted Holden hospital scene), special effects, soundtrack by Vangelis, and the unhappy relationship between the filmmakers and the investors; which culminated in Deeley and Ridley being fired but still working on the film. The question of whether or not Deckard is a replicant surfaces. After being a "disaster" in the box office (a financial loss initially) Blade Runner was reborn in the video rental market, and a great reception of a chance screening of Ridley's workprint at the Fairfax Theater, Los Angeles, in May 1990 led to Warner Bros. having the "Director's Cut" done by film archivist Michael Arick

- Angrysun Release BLAX??
- 1 DVDr
- Fan Preservation of OTA Broadcast
- Source: 2-3rd Generation VHS workprint
- Anamorphic Widescreen

Tech Specs
- 3.46gigs
- Video: 8.5-9 Mbps (average bitrate)
- Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 (192 Kbps)
- DVD-Rom (??)

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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hey Rik take me off the "on the edge of blade runner"that is from Citizen,he sent me that copy, that is not mine,so he gets credit on that,he has PAL and NTSC versions,i got the NTSC.
so please remove me and add him.
DJ
sorry i thought i had mentioned that when i sent it,but no harm,i am making an OFFICIAL public correction now.
thanks for your help
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Originally posted by: dark_jedi
hey Rik take me off the "on the edge of blade runner"that is from Citizen,he sent me that copy, that is not mine,so he gets credit on that,he has PAL and NTSC versions,i got the NTSC.
so please remove me and add him.
DJ
sorry i thought i had mentioned that when i sent it,but no harm,i am making an OFFICIAL public correction now.
thanks for your help



NO SWEAT!

Then it will be an ANGRY/CITIZEN DVD

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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That's cute.

A long time ago in the faraway galaxy...

Star War: The Third Gathers
Backstroke Of The West

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thanks Rik sorry for the inconvenience,but i dont want to steal Citizens thunder.
DJ
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Kill Bill: Volume One - The Japan Cut
Japanese DVD transfer/re-encode and Angrysun DVD authoring
Only the Japanese Version of Kill Bill offers fans the FULL Color version of the final showdown battle in the House of Blue Leaves! Get the whole adrenaline-pumping action in its special hardcore cut version, which lets you enjoy a totally new level of violence and it also includes three additional minutes of footage!

- Angrysun Release BLAX21
- 1 DVDr
- Fan Preservation
- Source: Japanese DVD
- Widescreen

Tech Specs
- 3.76gigs
- Video: 4.6 Mbps (average bitrate)
- Audio: MPEG 2.0 (192 Kbps)
- DVD-Rom (soundtrack and more)

Menu shot
http://home.comcast.net/~tk420/Kill_Bill_Uncut_-_BLAX21_-_SAMPLE.jpg

Cover Sample
http://home.comcast.net/~tk420/BLAX21_-_Kill_Bill_Uncut.jpg

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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oh...oh...oh god, I love that Kill Bill menu! Could you post links to your Rowman Artwork?
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Originally posted by: segaflip
oh...oh...oh god, I love that Kill Bill menu! Could you post links to your Rowman Artwork?


SOON - I've got a lot on my plate (DVD conversions , uploads, trades and I just found out that I'm now 20% disabled and I really should be using a cane now ) but I'll have the covers up soon so please give me about a week...

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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THAT IS NO REASON I WANT IT NOW!!!!

joking by the way
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Great Adventures & Their Quests:
The Making of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Angrysun VHS transfer and DVD authoring
Share the spirit of adventures on-screen and off with this exciting look at heroism that takes you behind the scenes of Indy’s third movie – and beyond the screen for the exploits of true-life Indiana Joneses! Witness Harrison Ford and ace stunt people perform incredible feats concocted by moviemakers Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. And thrill to the real-world quests of these daring adventures who live life on the edge.

- Angrysun Release BLAX22
- 1 DVDr
- Fan Preservation
- Source: OOP Retail VHS
- Interactive Menu
- DVD-Rom

COVER art SAMPLE
http://home.comcast.net/~tk420/Angrysun_Collection_-_Great_Quests_VHS_-_Blaksvn_cover_-_SAMPLE.jpg

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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BLAK0034 - AFI Life Achievement Award - A Tribute to George Lucas

dvd cover art is in the dvd-rom folder... any disc label art? tia
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Kill Bill Vol. 1 - is this a straight bootleg of the Japanese release, or have you fixed the subtitles for English-speaking viewers? (i.e. forced English subs should automatically come on for parts of the dialogue spoken in Japanese).

Also, is the nfo correct in that you've ditched DTS and AC3 in favour of an MPEG audio stream? And if you don't mind me saying, 3.76GB is rather undersized.

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Originally posted by: Moth3r
Kill Bill Vol. 1 - is this a straight bootleg of the Japanese release, or have you fixed the subtitles for English-speaking viewers? (i.e. forced English subs should automatically come on for parts of the dialogue spoken in Japanese).

- No, this is not a straight bootleg of the Japanese DVD, you can order that if you can play region 2

- Yes, I've added forced yellow subtitles; so when Japanese is spoken subtitles appear


Originally posted by: Moth3r
Also, is the nfo correct in that you've ditched DTS and AC3 in favour of an MPEG audio stream? And if you don't mind me saying, 3.76GB is rather undersized.


- Yes, there are no DTS or AC3 audio tracks not in favor of MPEG but I cannot afford Dolby Digital software (I use FREE programs)

- I use TMPGEnc with 2nd pass VBR; and I have NO idea how to make PERFECT settings that would leave room for menus (so I use the encoders wizard) & 3.76GB is the size it came out when encoded

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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The ONLY reason I even did the KILL BILL Vol. 1 - is that you cannot PLAY the Japanese DVD on RETAIL US DVD players.

Yes, I know that you can hack or use a region free player (I have three) but out of all my friends and family only 2 have players that can play my non-region 1 DVD's (bought from eBay and online) and everyone I know wants to borrow my DVD all the time for the color scene and extra blood (I won't copy the DVD outright or strip the region code) SO, I just ripped the DVD to a 4.2 gig AVI then converted it a 2nd Pass 16x9 MPEG2 (via wizard settings) - the menus have been change as not to confuse it with an official release and the video/audio have been re-encoded (with forced subtitles) and are intentionally not as sharp as the retail DVD as not to replace buying the import DVD.

Word to the Spookies...

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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Is the Kill Bill release going to be torrented via MySpleen? Or perhaps released via the groups through sega?

Thanks again for all of your hard work!

A long time ago in the faraway galaxy...

Star War: The Third Gathers
Backstroke Of The West

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Originally posted by: JackLucas
Is the Kill Bill release going to be torrented via MySpleen? Or perhaps released via the groups through sega?

Thanks again for all of your hard work!


Not sure yet, I've got so many DVD's that I want to upload I REALLY don't know where to start!

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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Hey Rikter I am guessing that you are a Halloween (the Movie) fan, Well this weeks Cold Case or Cold Case Files, what ever the name of the show is, is based on or has something to do with Halloween the Movie. Thought you might like to know about it.
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When is that on? I am a H-U-G-E Halloween fan! (Went to the 25th Anniversary celebration in Pasadena and everything.)

I must see this!

EDIT: Just checked and I see that it is this Sunday. Sounds cool, but I hate to see that they think a murder was inspired by the movie. That scenario always stinks of suckage.

A long time ago in the faraway galaxy...

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Backstroke Of The West

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But Cold Case has a very clever writing staff. Did you ever see The Rocky Horror Picture Show episode? It was extremely well done. If they plan on doing a Halloween-esque episode, it shouldn't prove too disappointing...And they'll probably throw a few 'in-jokes' into the episode for the hard core Halloween fans (again, like they did in the RHPS episode)
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The Cure in Orange
Angrysun Laserdisc transfer and DVD authoring
Running Time: 1:49:39

The Cure Live at Theatre Antique D'Orange, Orange Provence, Cote D'Azur, France on August 9th 1986 - Shot in 35mm

In the fall of 1986 The Cure played a string of festivals and concerts in Spain and France. The last, on Saturday, August 9th at The Theatre Antique D'Orange a Roman Amphitheatre in Cote D'Azur, France, was filmed in it's entirety by Director Tim Pope. A few neat little known facts; Due to the tight budget (which limited the number of cameras used) all the live audience footage & stage long shots were filmed the day of the concert but the majority of the close-ups were really shot the day after as not to disrupt the live show the night before. The video may seem to drop in and out of sync at times during the film this is present on all known prints (U.S. LD, Japanese LD, and both PAL and NTSC VHS tapes) and seems to be have been caused by the editing of both the live and staged footage.

- Angrysun Release BLAX23
- 1 DVDr
- Fan Preservation of OOP Laserdisc
- Source: 1987 Elektra Entertainment U.S. Laserdisc
- Widescreen

Tech Specs
- 3.76gigs
- Video: 4.6 Mbps (average bitrate)
- Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 (192 Kbps)
- DVD-Rom: MP3's (Soundtrack, 4 live concerts), wallpapers and more


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On the Edge of Blade Runner - ANGRY/CITIZEN version
Citizen VHS transfer and Angrysun DVD authoring
Running Time: 52 min 14 sec

Produced in 2000 by Nobles Gate Ltd. for Channel 4 was directed by Andrew Abbott and hosted/written by Mark Kermode, and will be included in the Special Edition. Interviews with production staff, including Ridley give details into the creative process and turmoil during preproduction. Stories from Paul M. Sammon and Fancher provide insight into Philip K. Dick and the origins of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Interweaved are cast interviews with the notable exceptions of Harrison Ford and Sean Young. Through these interviews we get a sense of how difficult and frustrating the film was to make as a result of an exacting director without allies and hot, wet, smoggy conditions; which added to the high pressure atmosphere everyone increasingly felt as the film went over budget. There is also a tour of some locations, most notably the Bradbury Building and the Warner Brothers backlot that was the LA 2019 streets, which look very different from Ridley's dark version.

The documentary then details the test screenings postproduction editing/changes (voice over and happy ending, deleted Holden hospital scene), special effects, soundtrack by Vangelis, and the unhappy relationship between the filmmakers and the investors; which culminated in Deeley and Ridley being fired but still working on the film. The question of whether or not Deckard is a replicant surfaces. After being a "disaster" in the box office (a financial loss initially) Blade Runner was reborn in the video rental market, and a great reception of a chance screening of Ridley's workprint at the Fairfax Theater, Los Angeles, in May 1990 led to Warner Bros. having the "Director's Cut" done by film archivist Michael Arick.

- Angrysun Release BLAX24
- 1 DVDr
- Fan Preservation of OTA Broadcast
- Source: Home VHS recording
- Anamorphic Widescreen

Tech Specs
- 3.62gigs
- Video: 8.5-9 Mbps (average bitrate)
- Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 (224 Kbps)
- DVD-Rom

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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Is there a difference between the Angrysun Kill Bill vol. 1 version and the Official Japanese Kill Bill vol. 1?
I already have the official Japanese dvd so I was wondering if Angrysun's version includes even more footage...
Fez: I am so excited about Star Whores.
Hyde: Fezzy, man, it's Star Wars.
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Originally posted by: Arnie.d
Is there a difference between the Angrysun Kill Bill vol. 1 version and the Official Japanese Kill Bill vol. 1?
I already have the official Japanese dvd so I was wondering if Angrysun's version includes even more footage...


Only the Japanese Version of Kill Bill offers fans the FULL Color version of the final showdown battle in the House of Blue Leaves! Get the whole adrenaline-pumping action in its special hardcore cut version, which lets you enjoy a totally new level of violence and it also includes three additional minutes of footage!

“My skill are no longer as Mad as the once were” RiK

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Aah! Rikter has a new avitar. Now I'm gonna be confused all day.
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Originally posted by: Rikter
Originally posted by: Arnie.d
Is there a difference between the Angrysun Kill Bill vol. 1 version and the Official Japanese Kill Bill vol. 1?
I already have the official Japanese dvd so I was wondering if Angrysun's version includes even more footage...


Only the Japanese Version of Kill Bill offers fans the FULL Color version of the final showdown battle in the House of Blue Leaves! Get the whole adrenaline-pumping action in its special hardcore cut version, which lets you enjoy a totally new level of violence and it also includes three additional minutes of footage!


But what is the difference between the official japanese release and the Angrysun version? Angrysun's version doesn't have the House of Blue Leaves in color?

EDIT: Whoops, nevermind... I understand it now. My bad.
Fez: I am so excited about Star Whores.
Hyde: Fezzy, man, it's Star Wars.
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Rik, can you still do a quick capture of that TV advert for the first ewok film?