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The In Crowd (2000) - Attn: United Kingdom - Help Wanted!

I have been looking for an official HD file of this for years. I recently came across it to rent or buy in the UK via Microsoft’s official website: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/p/the-in-crowd/8d6kgwzl5j4q?activetab=pivot:overviewtab

This film has not had an official HD release in the US or Canada, to date. Just a HD airing on cable TV.

Please PM me if you think you can help. Cheers

Help Wanted: 'Fright Night Part 2' (1988) Full 4K UHD Restoration (WIP released - Help Still Needed)

blonde180246 said:

I have a question regarding the soundtrack. I’ve had this on my list for making a ‘some kind of special edition’ after my Fright Night OST - Final Cut album. Is it going to be like an isolated score or selected tracks that have been cleaned of dialogue and background FX / noise? I’m very curious

There is no dialogue. All of the tracks are from the original release of the songs that were featured in the film. I have a few original score tracks that were used in the film but never released, such as the opening track after the main title display. I am still looking for the version of “Dressed in Red” which was featured after the dance scene. I am also searching for the full original release of Deborah Holland’s “Come to Me”.

Help Wanted: 'Fright Night Part 2' (1988) Full 4K UHD Restoration (WIP released - Help Still Needed)

3-Disc WIP Release
Disc One: 4K ULTRAHD
ALL-NEW 4K Scan of the 35MM Release Print (and/or Original Camera Negative)

  • Feature Film in 2160P UHD
  • All-New DTS-HD Master Audio
  • All-New English Subtitles
  • Region A/1 Locked

Disc Two: BLU-RAY
ALL-NEW Transfer of the film from the 4K Scan

  • Feature Film in 1080P
  • All-New DTS-HD Master Audio
  • All-New English Subtitles
  • Region A/1 Locked

Disc Three: BLU-RAY

  • Cast & Crew Biographies
  • Comic Book Adaptation
  • Photo Galleries:
    • Behind-the-Scenes
    • Special Effects
    • Film Stills
    • Lobby Cards (Spanish, French, German, US)
    • Promotional Material
    • Poster Art
  • Revised Shooting Script
  • Exclusive Theatrical Trailers (2), 1080P
  • Exclusive ET Interview from 1989, 480P
  • Exclusive Radio of Horror team Interviews Julie Carmen, 1080P
  • Exclusive Interview with Julie Carmen: “A Beautiful Darkness: The Look of Regine”, 480P
  • Exclusive Feature-Length Documentary: “You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night Part II”, 1080P
  • Exclusive Unreleased Soundtrack
Help Wanted: 'Fright Night Part 2' (1988) Full 4K UHD Restoration (WIP released - Help Still Needed)

Where do I begin? I can remember, like many of the fans out there, watching this movie for the first time on cable TV when I was about 8 years old. I used to be drawn to the VHS cover art every time I would walk into the video store to rent a movie. 2003 … it was finally happening … an Official DVD Release . Expecting a restored masterpiece in its proper widescreen format, we got exactly the opposite … a VHS-to-DVD transfer stating that “This film is presented in the original 1.33:1 format in which the film was shot”. The film, matter of factly, was shot in a 2.35:1 widescreen format, which brings me to my next point. 2009 … for the very first time … MonstersHD, a cable TV network, aired the film in a High Definition format preserving the original widescreen 2.35:1 aspect ratio, courtesy of Paramount Pictures (later "officially” released in Germany, courtesy of '84 Entertainment ). The reality of an official remastered DVD + Blu-ray release was looking more hopeful but again, we were all disappointed to go another 8 years (bringing us to our current year, 2018) without an official release. Attempts were made by some smaller based companies like Scream Factory but all attempts lead us to yet another dead end. The only physical media release in a high definition format this film has ever had in its 30 years of existence have all been bootlegs of the only existing HD transfer of the film (from 2009). For those that didn’t already know the story, they would soon get that story in great detail following the release of “You’re So Cool, Brewster! The Story of Fright Night” Documentary in 2016.

As quoted by Director Tommy Lee Wallace, “The Menendez Brothers killed Fright Night Part 2, as well as their parents.”

With no future release dates being discussed and no studio coming forward to officially release the film due to the rights limbo it has been in since it was pulled out of theaters back in 1988, I am hoping to give this film the credibility and treatment it and its fans deserve. I have here with me a 35MM Release Print of the film from 1988. From what I can see, it is in excellent condition stored in its original film canisters. Currently I am in talks with a Professional Restoration Team to do a Full Restoration of this film in 4K (2160P) Ultra High Definition. We will be working with the copyright holders during this restoration process.

Digital restoration is highly specialized work, with a film costing anywhere from $50,000 to $150,000, depending on its condition. Our current goal is $12,000CAD to cover the partial cost of a full restoration with film clean and prep, triple flash 4K Director scan with damage matte, stabilisation, dust-busting, scratch repair, grain management, HDR colour grade, restored stereo and creation of stereo DTS track.

Rec709 is the standard for Blu-ray, DVD and non-HDR UHD and is what most 4K and 1080P TVs are calibrated to at the factory. i.e. the grade that looks the best on the widest range of televisions and projectors. An HDR graded movie can look dark on 4K TVs and 1080P TVs unless the owner has calibrated their set for HDR use. An HDR grade is also a lot more work.

Creating a mix from Stereo to 5.1 is possible, but is a lot of work (at least a full-time week) for creating a new mix, which then has to be checked and trialed multiple times. Getting a good 5.1 mix is a lot of work. We need to watch the film multiple times and make notes as to where the various sounds should be positioned, and then go through and try and isolate the elements to get a good mix. It is much easier if the original sound recordings are available, that often have the isolated vocals and sound effects - it is much harder working from just a stereo track.

With this campaign, we’re asking the public to help us cover part of the cost to restore Fright Night Part II. I will be funding the rest. Any money that goes over our target will be invested in new restorations and releases. Let us experience Fright Night Part II for the first time all over again with an all new Ultra High definitive look.

It can’t be seen in today’s digital cinemas and, over time, the 35MM film will deteriorate. We will work in collaboration with the filmmaker where possible to bring their original vision of the film back to life, frame by frame.


Fright Night Part II 1988 *RELEASED*

You_Too said:

Thank you for noticing this and helping to report them.

I'm not surprised though, this will happen to anyone who makes a quality release of something that is not easily obtainable.

What I don't understand is how they dare. Won't they be banned from ebay?

You have got to be joking. Anyone with the 720p or 1080i file is capable of producing a BD.  Its all over the web, free for the taking, so to say that these people are "copying" DJ is a pretty bold statement to make considering the latter of these releases do not even have the same layout, menu, or covers as DJ's.  I have all 3, and can confirm this.  The one being sold as a standalone on ebay IS a copy of DJ's work, however the BD being sold with the retail copy of FNII (2013) is not and was also the first "unofficial" release to have been made and sold, even before DJ released his version, confirming his amazing talent.

The White Buffalo 1977 (Released)

Hey DJ!  Request for download links of this title, please :)  Would also like the NOTLD 1990 links, if possible, and Maximum Overdrive (when available).  I would also like to send you a spindle of BD25's and BD-50's for all your efforts in the preservation of past and upcoming projects.  Thanks again buddy

My Projects Released:

The In Crowd 

Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead

Idea: 'Ernest Saves Christmas' - any interest in a preservation?

Sky Movies HD streaming has this available so I was wondering if an HDTV presentation has been released or if anyone has access to an HD print (720p/1080i/p) of this movie?  Long overdue, no plans for an official release, I’d say its time to make our own.  Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

My Projects Released:

The In Crowd

Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead

Info: Our projects released thread

superbura said:

moviemike85 said:

Request: Pet Sematary Two (1992)

I know there is a 1080i file floating around on the net for this.  Another sequel worthy of an unofficial release, since an official one doesn't seem to be planned anytime soon. 


 You took the words right outta my mouth. One of the better sequels out there, together with Fright Night II and ROTLD II...this would make an awesome Team Blu release!

I have the 1080i file of this if Team Blu is interested in giving this a BD-25 release

The In Crowd (2000) BD-25 [moviemike85] (Released)

The In Crowd (2000) BD-25
Uncut Version Run Time: 1hr 45min 59sec

Video: 1080p AVC HD Transfer

Audio: ENGLISH Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles: None

Special Features (DVD Source):
Teaser Trailer
Theatrical Trailer
TV Spots:

  • Being Popular
  • Drop Dead
  • So Cool
  • To Get In
    Deleted Scenes:
  • Dressing For Tips
  • Adrien Stumbles On Matt
  • Bobby & Adrien Say Goodbye
    Cast Interviews:
  • Susan Ward
  • Lori Heuring
  • Matthew Settle
  • Nathan Bexton
  • Working With Mary Lambert

Disc Size: 23GB