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Interview with the Vampire: 20th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

Posted July 21, 2014 02:34 PM by Webmaster

Warner 90th AnniversaryWarner Bros. Home Entertainment is re-releasing director Neil Jordan's Interview with the Vampire on Blu-ray in celebration of the film's 20th anniversary. The new edition features an exclusive featurette, along with the 2008 edition's supplemental content. Street date is September 30th.

Official Synopsis: When grieving 18th century mortal Louis (Brad Pitt) accepts an offer of everlasting life from charismatic vampire Lestat (Tom Cruise), he quickly realizes that his dark gift is also a curse that requires him to kill to survive. An eternity of blood, lust and torment awaits in this thrilling and visually stunning film that redefined the vampire genre.

Warner Bros. has yet to detail tech specs. Special features include:
  • NEW - Lestat, Louis, and the Vampire Phenomenon: A conversation with author Anne Rice about her influence on the new wave of vampires as heroes and anti-heroes.
  • Director's Commentary with Neil Jordan
  • In the Shadow of the Vampire
  • Introduction by Anne Rice, Neil Jordan and Antonio Banderas
  • Theatrical Trailer



Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (31 comments)



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Roy Batty
  Jul 21, 2014
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No mention of a remastered transfer? The old release it's pretty much an upscale, and I'm afraid they are recycling that now.
DrewPa
  Jul 21, 2014
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I Love this movie since the first time I saw it, and considering that I never been fond of the Original Poster I reckon it is an improvement... I keep my finger crossed for a Steelbook Edition (and of course for a remastering of the movie itself, I read it was not the best one could get, even though I am not the best person with whom you discuss a technical presentation in details)

ambientcafe
  Jul 21, 2014
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Nice, and let's hope that we'll eventually see Neil Jordan's 'The Crying Game', which was announced for blu release a few years ago in the U.K., but then mysteriously cancelled ...

SlayersCouncil
  Jul 21, 2014
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I do hope this is remastered. I've been looking to upgrade my DVD but didn't want to do it with the current BD that is out there now.

cran-blu
  Jul 21, 2014
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Like the cover art. Don't know if I'll be getting... depends on the transfer.
mredman
  Jul 21, 2014
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it could use a remaster. But damn that cover is just awful. Why not use the theatrical poster like they did on the old release instead of this crap here

dannalexcon
  Jul 21, 2014
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Warner Brothers are really pushin the limits when it comes to double dippin with only the "double" part and no juicy "dippin". If this is another re-packaging + new amateur photoshop editon cover + 1 new extra..I must say that Warner Brothers you're customers know that you're screwing them!

The original BD back in 2008 wasn't up to snuff even then, murky looking, low bitrate, weak contrast and poor delineation. It's freakin 2014!

Companies like Criterion, Arrow, BFI and Eureka give us beautiful catalog video trasfers from fresh scans in either 2k or 4k, one relase after another. Even big companies like Sony, Paramount and Fox treat their catalog releases with more respect, not only trying to squeeze as much dollars and cents as possible out of movie fans.


Warner I'm tellin you, people are gettin fed up.
tlake6659
  Jul 21, 2014
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The old Blu-ray only had lossy Dolby Digital. The DVD had better sound with a DTS mix.
MoulinBlu
  Jul 21, 2014
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While the current edition isn't upconverted, I'd have to echo everyone else in that this'll be extremely disappointing, if after all these years since the original BD (since the film was mastered for the original dvd release for that matter), and for the films 20th anniversary, they still couldn't muster giving the movie itself its due. I sold my original BD after watching it, knowing WB could do better and expecting they would. If this is more of their status quo it'll remain absent from our collection. WB's HD mastering has significantly improved now that they've lightened up on the filtering they used to do for dvd. The nature of this films photography demands their best effort for a HD release.

bowlingbilly10
  Jul 21, 2014
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Well I don't have the original release, so I'm getting this version. Never seen this movie but it's been on my watch list for quite some time. And damn u September!!!!

carl76
  Jul 21, 2014
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Definitely getting if its a new master. Original bd is awful quality. 'Hissy' audio and a 'smeary' visual means I've only watched it once. Dvd actually looks better. Loving the new artwork too.

KamiAmaya
  Jul 21, 2014
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Bought the 1st release day 1 and was disappointed by the picture quality. I was told by other Blu-ray.com forum members that the lighting used during the film was to blame and it would probably never look any better. If that's true, I see no reason to double dip.

Ray_Rogers
  Jul 21, 2014
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BD50, AVC, and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, please.

L.J.
  Jul 21, 2014
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Loved this movie 20 years ago hope this gets the treatment it deserves.

krasnoludek
  Jul 21, 2014
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Where's the new transfer?

Blu-Superman
  Jul 21, 2014
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Would be nice to see the deleted scenes that were in the theatrical trailer.

JackForrester
  Jul 21, 2014
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Pretty poor for a 20th Anniversary Edition
IIG
  Jul 21, 2014
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I've held off all this time from buying one of my favorite movies due to lossy audio. I hope my patience is rewarded. The cover is horrible, but that (and only that) can be forgiven.

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bluski73
  Jul 21, 2014
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This is great news! One of my all-time favorite movies (enjoyed the books as well) and I was not impressed with the first Blu-ray release of this film. It deserves better treatment this time around.

arnie
  Jul 21, 2014
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This release is like putting lipstick on a pig. If it was a new transfer I think they would have said so

yellowcakeuf6
  Jul 21, 2014
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They could've sold more with a pic of Tom biting Brad as the cover.
Daytripper
  Jul 21, 2014
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Great movie. I pray it's newly remastered or, forget it. Because the PQ of the first release is mediocre at best. BTW, I love this new cover. And surprised most hate it.
Gazzoo69
  Jul 21, 2014
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Does anybody out there have he phone number of WB ? So I can tell them to fire the marketing chief with his, or hers Cover art.
Please WB use original art covers. Its one bad cover after cover. Remember Vacation?

Nightman04
  Jul 22, 2014
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Wow. That cover art is HORRENDOUS!!!!! Side note, I really hope this gets a new transfer, otherwise, no sale.

growler
  Jul 22, 2014
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Old release was reviewed here with a 4/5 for PQ. It did get a bad review for the lossy audio. So, far the re-relase has only 1 new feature.
It will be interesting to see if the re-release gets lossless audio & to read about the comparative PQ if it is remastered. I'm not planing to upgrade my old BD.
Bruce Morrison
  Jul 22, 2014
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Existing transfer & lossy audio = no sale!

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honeylatte
  Jul 22, 2014
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no remaster = no point unless you haven't bought this yet
MoulinBlu
  Jul 22, 2014
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@growler: Don't believe everything you read in reviews, especially ones as poorly qualified and inexperienced as that one.

Rupert305
  Jul 22, 2014
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Pretty poor for a 20th Anniversary Edition

+1 another movie with only different cover art.

Sylentwolf
  Jul 22, 2014
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Thank You Dannalexcon," I couldn't have said it better myself.

Now that we've seen re-releases with "Remastering" such as Enter the Dragon, The Fugitive, Patton, Predator, Rocky, Robocop, The Terminator, and Wall Street, just to name a few, I've been really interested to see a "Remastered" version of current and future catalog titles from all the studios.

Including...

48 Hrs., Above the Law, Clear and Present Danger, Die Hard 2: Die Harder, Die Hard with A Vengeance, Dirty Dancing, The Dirty Dozen, Edward Scissorhands, Fletch, Footloose (1984), Gremlins, Grumpy Old Men, Grumpier Old Men, The Jewel of the Nile, Lethal Weapon 1 & 2, Major League, Mission: Impossible 1 & 2, National Lampoon's Vacation / European Vacation, Out for Justice, Patriot Games, Romancing the Stone, The Silence of the Lambs, Sleepy Hollow, Superman: The Movie, Superman II, Tommy Boy, True Romance, Under Siege, and believe it or not, Wayne's World.

Just to name a few.

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TheHighRoller
  Jul 23, 2014
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They better give it a new master.

The cover on this anniversary edition is not as good as the original release. I don't know why Warner Bros. loves white background covers with washed out characters. They do this for almost all the new collections. James Dean, Clint Eastwood, etc... it needs to stop. It doesn't make releases look or feel "deluxe" or whatever they're aiming at.


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