Have you asked HAL about his DVD deleted scene upscales?
Here is a list of all the 4K titles in my collection. All are standard US releases unless noted otherwise
*The Dark Crystal
*Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
*Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
*Ready Player One
*The Last Jedi
*The Rise of Skywalker (Target digipack)
*Solo (Best Buy Steelbook)
I think that there should be a 1080p version made for those that can’t play 4K.
I am glad to give these custom SEs a try once the Yub Nub version is out.
Do you plan to do a custom special edition for Machete viewing?
Sleeping Beauty is the best of the Disney Princess films. The choice of having the main characters be the good fairies turns the fairy tale formula on its head, and in the 1950s it was unheard of for the main characters to be a strong female. The 70mm animation is incredible, as is the soundtrack by Tchaikovsky. Not to mention the incredible villain Maleficent.
The Spanish Blu-Ray of Highlander: The Source may top the list. Not only is it pan and scan, it has severe compression worse than many of the first DVDs ever, and no extras whatsoever. This for one of the worst films out there.
Multiplayer-only games have no appeal to me. I prefer single player offline games.
Are there any samples to share?
I mostly use the Faces version on Laserdisc, Widescreen VHS and GOUT DVD, with the occasional ESB:Revisited watch.
Star Wars Trilogy: Special Edition Laserdisc (4102985 and PILF-2860) contains the 1997 Jabba scene which was redone in all Special Edition DVDs and Later. Also, the Victory Celebration scene contains a shot of Coruscant without the Jedi Temple which was added for the DVD.
Most of the really awful changes to ESB and ROTJ were made after 1997.
Is it possible to have a version with the 1981 crawl?
Here is an unused take from Revisited showing Jar-Jar on Alderaan when it explodes.
Ed Slushie said:
Does anyone know if there’s a way to get the voice lines from the game without background music or SFX?
Insert the PS2 disc into your PC disc drive, then extract the audio samples from the disc’s data.
HAL did this in his edit of ROTS.
I finalized what copies of the films I’m keeping, which is everything in the photo. I decided to be rid of the Prequels, Special Editions and Ewok films. I don’t plan on buying any further Star Wars videos, ever.
Do you plan to use the forming the Rebellion scenes for ROTS? I felt they made a huge improvement to ROTS.
Added War of the Worlds (Criterion Blu-Ray) and my first Indicator discs, Charley Varrick, 7th Voyage of Sinbad and Golden Voyage of Sinbad.
Using the ROTJ Grindhouse as a base would result in similar quality for the film and deleted scenes.
Do you plan on reinstating Sebastian Shaw in ROTJ?
It’s been six years since HAL wowed us when he used Boleyn footage to show Padme surviving.
I think it would be easy to sync the Japanese 97SE LD subs for Empire.
The CG Jabba the Hutt from the 1997 Special Edition of A New Hope (exclusive to VHS and Laserdisc) was redone in all versions from 2004 on.
Also, the Victory Celebration scene in the 2004SE updated Coruscant to be more consistent with the prequel version.
Alexander Nevsky is an inversion with an awful original mono mix and a superior stereo remix exclusive to Laserdisc. In the stereo LD, the music is rerecorded by Yuri Temirkanov and sounds much more fluid than the mono.