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Twilight Time Acquires Columbia Library Titles for Blu-ray (Updated)

Posted August 31, 2011 04:37 PM by Robert Siegel

Twilight Time, a specialty label which focuses on releasing vintage films previously unavailable on DVD, has struck a deal with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment to license and release classic films from the Sony-owned Columbia Pictures library in high-definition Blu-ray editions. Currently, Twilight Time also have a licensing agreement with Twentieth Century Fox Entertainment, and recently released on Blu-ray Michael Curtiz's The Egyptian (1954).

According to a statement released by Twilight Time, only 3000 units of each title will be produced, aimed at the collector/classic film aficionado market, and available exclusively online through www.screenarchives.com, the nation's largest independent distributor of specialty soundtracks.

The November 8th Blu-ray debut of director Cy Endfield's and special effects master Ray Harryhausen's 1961 science fiction/fantasy classic, Mysterious Island, will be followed by a new release on the first Tuesday of each month.

Update: Mysterious Island is now available for exclusive pre-order at Screen Archives.

Scheduled follow-up on December 13th is the original Fright Night (1985), the horror/comedy cult favorite written and directed by Tom Holland and starring Chris Sarandon and Roddy McDowall.

The label is the brainchild of 30-year Warner Bros veteran Brian Jamieson and filmmaker/music restoration specialist Nick Redman. In his long tenure at Warner Home Video, Jamieson initiated and oversaw countless legacy restorations, including the films of Stanley Kubrick, Samuel Fuller's The Big Red One, and Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch. Redman, a film historian and Oscar nominee for his 1997 documentary, The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage, is also a prime mover behind Twentieth Century Fox Entertainment's pioneering series of limited edition soundtracks, the inspiration for Twilight Time's release model.

Unlike movies-on-demand offerings, each Twilight Time release is a Blu-ray or DVD (not a DVD-R) properly pressed from a restored transfer. Each is accompanied by a collectible 8-page booklet complete with original essay, stills, and poster art. And each Twilight Time disc provides, whenever possible, that extra most coveted by cinemusic enthusiasts: an isolated score.

Grover Crisp, Sony Pictures Entertainment's Executive Vice President for Asset Management, Film Restoration, and Digital Mastering, is enthusiastic about his studio's new partnership with the label. "Our collaboration with Twilight Time will allow us to make available for Blu-ray release some of our library's most collectible titles in a way fans have been asking for: restored and re-mastered with attention to detail and quality."

And Jamieson concurs: "Sony and Twilight Time," he says, "will be serving both the collectible drive of film aficionados, and, in a larger sense, the cause of cinema literacy."


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News comments (49 comments)



thdeanmachine
  Aug 31, 2011
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will definitely be getting Mysterious Island and Fright Night. This company seems like a great idea.

Tom Servo
  Aug 31, 2011
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Mysterious Island will be a must, but I hope it's not $40 like The Egyptian.

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megafan999
  Aug 31, 2011
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Ouch, at 3,000 copies they'll likely be pretty expensive.

bboisvert
  Aug 31, 2011
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Ultimately, I applaud this because it'll get me more films I want on BD. But that $40 price tag is going to be murder on my wallet. Definitely in for Mysterious Island. I'll have to re-watch Fright Night before making a decision, haven't seen that in a long time and don't remember loving it.

Arkadin
  Aug 31, 2011
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all I can say is THANK GOD that someone will be releasing the Columbia films because Sony clearly has no interest anymore.
I do hope this means 30's and 40's films also, not just "later" films. Bring on The Capra films and the early Cary Grant films.
bring it all on!
btw: expect the $40 price to be standard. it's the cost of doing business.
some films I want:
The Way We Were
In a Lonely Place
The Chase
Cat Ballou
King Rat
A Man For All Seasons
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
The Swimmer
Funny Girl
Mackenna's Gold
Underworld USA
Anatomy of A Murder
From Here To Eternity
On the Waterfront
The Last Hurrah
Decision at Sundown
Pal Joey
Born Yesterday
3:10 To Yuma
The Tall T
The Harder They Fall
Sirocco
The Wild One
The Big Heat
Gilda
Sahara
Here Comes Mr. Jordan
His Girl Friday
The Last Detail
The Lords of Flatbush
The Odessa File
The China Syndrome
The Big Chill
The Dresser
The Prince of Tides

HuggyBear73
  Aug 31, 2011
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So these titles will only be available through screenarchives.com and not Amazon then?

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Shawn Watson
  Aug 31, 2011
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Great idea. If region-coded...bad idea!

Arkadin
  Aug 31, 2011
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huggybear--correct

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wvl
  Aug 31, 2011
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I agree with the others... $40 bucks is a bit too much for me. I paid that much for the Egyptian thinking it would be a good investment, but as I understand it, Twilight Time has yet to sell all 3000 copies of the blu ray or the DVD. I believe the last count was around 700. Correct me if I am wrong.

Anyway, the Egyptian is a good movie, but I don't think it is worth $40. That is why I will stand down on buying Mysterious Island unless it sells for around $15. That's all I think these movies are worth on blu ray.

Arkadin
  Aug 31, 2011
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the thing is it may take a while for all 3000 copies to sell but eventually they will. so anyone interested in selling say The Egyptian" might need to wait like a year or so instead of just thinking 2 months or so. I have no doubt that eventually it will be worth something more than $40. I wouldn't necessarily buy these bds thinking "oh I can make a little $" but if you wait it out it will work out in the end imo. It's just going to take a little time.
Vic Arpeggio
  Aug 31, 2011
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I still can't believe that someone at Sony didn't think putting FRIGHT NIGHT out at the same time as as the remake was a good idea. Sheesh.

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Jompa
  Aug 31, 2011
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Hopefully this means John Carpenters classic "Christine" will be released. Strange it hasn`t been released yet.

Philly Q
  Aug 31, 2011
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My initial reaction was "great news"............ but at $40 a pop (plus import charges for those of us overseas) there'll be some tough decisions to make.

I don't understand why Sony don't consider it worthwhile to release these titles, to be honest - did they sell that badly on DVD?

rafaelsalguero
  Aug 31, 2011
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I want they add SPANISH SUBTITLES to FRIGHT NIGHT!!!!

Turnda643
  Aug 31, 2011
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Theres a few titles that i wouldnt hesitate to get even at $40. But for the most part, $30 to me would be a better selling point.

fdm
  Aug 31, 2011
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40 bucks, yeah The Egyptian was pretty cool, but can't imagine doing that very often. Hope it's mostly just stuff like this that I don't care all that much about.

tru blu
  Aug 31, 2011
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The Egyptian was Region B encoded also. Hoping this continues with future releases. Happy they ship international.

in2video2
  Aug 31, 2011
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This has got to be some of the best news I've heard all year. Catalogue titles being given serious restoration and transferred finally to Blu-Ray is going to save so many of these movie classics from being lost forever. We should see many more Columbia Pictures releases due to this new business agreement. Invest in what you personally consider important. One day your investment will be worth much more than a $40.00 price tag. For me, I am keeping what I decide to treasure not just for me but for my family and future generations as well.
Count me in for:
The Way We Were
Cat Ballou
A Man For All Seasons
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
Funny Girl
Mackenna's Gold
From Here To Eternity
On the Waterfront
Pal Joey
3:10 To Yuma
The Odessa File
The China Syndrome
The Big Chill
Cromwell
Nicholas and Alexandra
Born Free
Major Dundee
Oliver!
and many more...

Suggestion: Those of us interested should keep in touch so that we do not miss the news of these releases. Hopefully these will continue to be part of our future news articles here at Blu-Ray.com

cheez avenger
  Aug 31, 2011
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Wow, I can actually see Fright Night being a collector's item if only 3,000 copies will be made.

illini2000
  Aug 31, 2011
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Screen Archives sends out emails pretty regularly, so news of upcoming releases probably won't be missed if you sign up. This is great news about these potential releases. They offer the MGM on demand titles as well. Hopefully they'll get other studio contracts to do blu-ray since that would be the preferred format for people interested.

rvmeeker
  Aug 31, 2011
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Here's what I posted in the comment section on Robert Siegel's "The Egyptian" review. It seems equally appropriate here:

Reality Check Time for those of you who think $40 is "outrageous". As Robert clearly explained, Fox only licensed 3,000 copies to be pressed and sold. That's it. Twilight Time has invested its own money in making this unique blu-ray available to the general public. I don't know their business model, but it's probably safe to assume that they are not exactly striking gold with this release (I'll get worried about undue gouging when I hear about their new private jet). Come on, people, the folks at Twilight Time obviously have a passion for movies, and are doing their best to bring some of these otherwise-unavailable titles to market. You don't wanna pay, fine; but please stop the whining. I well remember the days of laserdiscs, when many of us routinely paid $30-$40 (or more) for movies that oftentimes were not even widescreen, let alone anamorphic and hi-def. We should all count our blessings that Fox is willing to make such a program available, and that a relatively small firm like Twilight Time is willing to risk capital to make it happen. Mega-kudos to these guys.

Ask yourselves this, "Would you rather NOT have this amazing consumer opportunity?"

BluPix
  Aug 31, 2011
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Considering that there are numerous films in the Columbia Pictures library that are classics and the fact that only 3000 copies of each will be pressed and considering that, as a result, the value for each copy is likely to substantially increase over time, $40 is not such a bad deal. As other posters said, buy just the titles you love. Some of the ones I love that I would like to see Twilight Time release are...

Shampoo
It Happened One Night
The Last Detail
The China Syndrome
Cat Ballou
3:10 to Yuma
Anatomy of a Murder
On the Waterfront
Oliver!

...and others.

For me, the deal would be sweetened if Twilight also offers special packaging, like digibooks or steelbooks. But just having such films on blu at long last would be wonderful.

Arkadin
  Aug 31, 2011
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also, people need to keep in mind that we are only talking one release a month, so it's really not like a flood of titles is coming from this agreement. The big question is will TT actually be given the rights to some of the "big" classics I mentioned or are they going to be stuck with "smaller"--though still worthwhile--films. Surely Sony themselves plan to release some of these truly iconic films like From Here To Eternity or On the Waterfront. Or are they simply handing the entire blu-ray keys over to TT and saying in effect we are done with classic catalog on bd? That's the big question in my mind. Because it would really suck to have more minor films being released by TT at $40 a pop while the true most classic Columbia films remain unreleased on bd. it's really going to be interesting to see how high profile these titles turn out to be. It is absolutely shocking to me that Sony hasn't released "The Way We Were", "Funny Girl" or "From Here To Eternity" after 5 years of bd. So if this is the agreement that makes that happen, then it is indeed the most important news of the year imo.
penguin
  Aug 31, 2011
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The major shortcoming with the Egyptian was the lack of subtitles for the millions who are hearing impaired or who have English as a second language. I do not mind paying more for rare films but I do want to be able to understand the dialogue. No subtitles then no buy for me and I guess many more.

Minimejer05
  Aug 31, 2011
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I'll check out Fright Night.

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wnicholas76
  Sep 01, 2011
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Fright Night for me!!

Seymour
  Sep 01, 2011
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Hate to be a negative nancy, but at $40 a pop--I hope Twilight Time doesn't put out many titles that I'm interested in. Fright Night is an exception, since it's a movie I cherish. But I don't want to make a habit of dropping that kind of coin for a BD.

Kaiju
  Sep 01, 2011
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Fright Night, woo!
anim8r79
  Sep 01, 2011
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Maybe somebody will actually release the 1986 Tri-Star cult classic "Rad" ? :-)
johnf14
  Sep 01, 2011
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I purchased 'The Egyptian' at $39.95 (plus an extra $4.35 for Priority Mail, they actually shipped business rate 1st Class which is just a bit over $1 , so they snagged another unjustified $3 out of my wallet/ Shipping should have been included in this already exorbitant price). This was a sloppy BD production. The picture was fine but the audio left much to be desired and I too lament the absence of subtitles. Pop in your brand new $44.30 BD and your greeted with substandard 4:3 trailers that look just awful. Now I know that some old trailers are bound to look this way but please.... @ $44.30 FIRST IMPRESSIONS should be STERLING. If this is what is to be expected going forward you can forget it, Twilight Time. I thought Criterion prices were bad, they at least make an effort with presentation and offer full featured BD's.
MoulinBlu
  Sep 01, 2011
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I agree. Limiting quantities to keep prices unreasonably high is not the way to go. The Egyptian is one thing, but Fright Night? I'm sure there are far more than a few thousand BD fans out there that'll want that. I do, but I wouldn't pay over $20 for it, much less $40. The going rate for catalog titles is $10 to $15 (max); $10 for regurgitated transfers and extras, $15 to $20 for more sincere efforts.

Philly Q
  Sep 01, 2011
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I wonder if, having licensed these titles to Twilight Time for these limited releases, Sony will then re-acquire them and re-release the same discs themselves (at a much lower price).....?

Brad1963
  Sep 01, 2011
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Wish there was more than one title a month. It would be nice if Twight entered a same type of deal with Paramount.

Chattery
  Sep 01, 2011
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Twilight Time region-locked? if not, I will snatch up Fright Night like nobody's business, I want all three, original, sequel 3d remake

Kaminari
  Sep 01, 2011
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Considering Twilight's policy of limiting quantities and keeping prices artificially high, that's unfortunately one label which I won't be able to buy anything from. And don't give me the usual talk about independant business. Labels like Eureka or Carlotta produce similar quantities, yet their prices are often less than 20$.

Robert Siegel
  Sep 01, 2011
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I can't believe all of the negative postings about prices here. Obviously these were licensed to Twilight Time because Columbia/Sony had no plans to release these titles. If you feel it is too much to pay, just pass on it, but for myself, should there be any titles I want, having been a laserdisc fan and paying between $40-70 per title, I will skip something else to get one.

The one title a month could change if the new program does well. I urge people to support this as this may be the only we will get certain titles. My hats off to Twilight Time for being aggressive and trying to get older films on the format.

Brad1963
  Sep 01, 2011
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I agree. Back when I was collecting laserdiscs the prices were outrageous. It was 'at least' $50.00 for something like The Sound of Music (which looked dreadful on LD). Now we have the best format available with spectacular transfers. When someone like this company and Criterion license a title you pay more for the privilege of having a title you may never have otherwise. I have had this argument many times before.

Sinbad75
  Sep 01, 2011
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This is fabulous news, and hopefully the avenue for the rest of the great Ray Harryhausen Columbia titles to see Blu-ray release. I have been waiting patiently for "Mysterious Island" ever since it won the Sony/Columbia poll for the most wanted Harryhausen release. Now, lets continue with "Golden Voyage of Sinbad", "First Men in the Moon", "Three Worlds of Gulliver" and "Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger"! While I am at it, my broken record pitch for 2oth Century Fox's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" (1959 of course!)! Hope you are listening Twilight Time!

vanscottie
  Sep 01, 2011
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It's all about price. The Egyptian is priced WAY TOO HIGH and because of it people aren't buying and they aren't making money. Criterion can get away with it because they have a solid reputation and well over a decade of quality behind them going back to the old LD days. Who the hell has ever heard of Twilight Time? I'd love to see narly all the films listed in this post and woulkd own most of them, but not unless there's a major price drop

Femmeslover
  Sep 01, 2011
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I don't Care about the price. I want this movie so bad.

fdm
  Sep 01, 2011
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Maybe it's been mentioned on one of the threads here, but read earlier today where these will apparently be priced at 30 and/or 35 apiece, depending on the movie (and then (pricey) postage on top of that (pricey in that it was just a bubble bag, which is pretty risky way to ship an expensive limited edition; Egyptian arrived a bit the worse for wear, but not enough to bother with... this time). Anyway, a little bit cheaper than 40+, fwiw.
MattmanAlpha
  Sep 01, 2011
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If Twilight is so geared toward "releasing vintage films previously unavailable on DVD", they seem to be missing the mark.

I've gotta admit I'm a bit confused, especially in regards to "Mysterious Island". Given that Sony has already released 5 or 6 Harryhausen titles to BD, I would have expected to see the rest of the library from Sony themselves over the next few years. I was under the impression Sony's DVD Harryhausen library did pretty good business. At the very least, it did well enough to justify SE reissues on several titles.

By the way, didn't Sony license a bunch of catalog titles to Image for Blu-Ray? Why oh why couldn't these have been among them? I'm pretty sure Image would have been happy to release them

Also, I really hope the exclusiveness to ScreenArchives is temporary. I have OCD in terms of scratches on discs, which makes Amazon's return policy a must for my online BD purchases. I don't want to be stuck with return-shipping costs for any defects. Come to think of it, if I'm paying this much for a BD, I don't want to be stuck with shipping costs period :/

Finally, Brian Jamieson said this agreement "will be serving...the cause of cinema literacy." Color me stupid, but doesn't limiting these BDs to 3000 copies and treating them as obscure-artifacts actually contribute to "cinema illiteracy"?
DMRI2006
  Sep 01, 2011
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"Twilight Time has yet to sell all 3000 copies of the blu ray or the DVD. I believe the last count was around 700."

The Blu-Ray itself actually sold more than double that amount as of a month ago. That's actually impressive for a '50s costume drama that the main "Blu-Ray demographic" so to speak would typically have little interest in.

rvmeeker
  Sep 02, 2011
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Let me weigh in (again) whole-heartedly with Robert Siegel on this one. Wow, people, what's with all the whining about price? Economies of scale simply don't allow blu-ray titles with obvious limited market appeal to be remastered and pressed for anywhere near the same price as the latest blockbusters that can sell tens of thousands (or more) units. What could be more obvious? Feel free not to buy, if that's your pleasure. But the apparent alternative to Twilight Time's business plan IS TO NOT HAVE THESE TITLES AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY AT ALL. Please, be grateful they are doing this, and if there is a title you particularly like, seriously consider supporting them so they will continue their efforts. No one else is doing this, so I'm extremely happy that Twilight Time is making this offer available to those that want it. Hey, I can't afford a Ferrari yet, but I sure as hell am glad that someone is making them -- and I'm not going to complain that I can't buy one for $20K.

Arkadin
  Sep 03, 2011
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someone asked why TT would be releasing MI instead of Sony given that Sony has already released many Harryhausen films on bd.
good question. the answer seems obvious--Sony isn't really interested in releasing Columbia classics on bd EXCEPT for like LOA or Bridge on River Kwai. the sad reality is that the current execs at Sony DON'T CARE about older classics coming to blu-ray. why can't people just get this? the evidence is now overwhelming. Does it suck? YESx100000. but that is the reality. it's either TT or dvd only. simple as that. Sony is a MASSIVE FAIL at the format it developed as far as caring about the amazing films of the Columbia film library that it controls. that's just the simple reality at present, and this is their half-hearted effort to at least offer something to the people that actually DO still care about the amazing film legacy of Columbia studios. God I wish Sony would just sell the catalog to Warner Brothers and then we wouldn't have this tragedy. We would actually already have films like "The Way We Were" and "On the Waterfront" already out on bd. Warner would have released those films in the first 2 years on blu-ray in all likelihood. Sony just has too many other problems to worry about--see Apple for main problem--than to worry about catalog blu-ray.

vanscottie
  Sep 03, 2011
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@rvmaker, point taken, but there's this other lil economics theory called The Law of Supply and Demand that says if demand is low, you DROP THE PRICE. "The Egyptian" will NEVER be purchased by me or countless others at the price it currently is. In fact, I'm not buying ANY BD (U.C.E. excluded) that's over $19.99. I got into BD purchases within the first couple of years and have already, "paid my dues" as it were buying buying Blus that at the time were hovering around 30 bucks that now can literally be found in the bargain bin. On top of that I have patience. I WILL wait for the sales, the coupons, the BOGOs, the deals. For example, I would love to run out right now and buy "LOTR: EE" but I'm not, when it hits about 14 bucks per film than I'll bite. Same with most of the Criterion Blus.

I guess like I said earlier in this thread, Criterion can get away with their prices because of their reputation. Maybe Twilight Time can in time too, but they'll probably price them selves into oblivion first

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luv2shop
  Sep 06, 2011
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Looking forward to Fright Night....and if true....Prince of Tides!!!!!!
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The Krouser
  Sep 07, 2011
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One of my favorite movies of all times is "Mysterious Island", so I don't really care how much it costs! But if I order it and I find out that I am number 3001 . . . LOOK OUT!!! I also read where someone said that looking at stop-motion effects made him laugh out loud . . . LOOK OUT!!! To me, these films are the "Star Wars" of their days! A time when film makers cared about their product and was not looking for just a 75 million dollar opening weekend! These movies have stood the test of time! OK . . I'm off my soapbox. I just hope that 3000 copies of "Mysterious Island" is enough! And if it looks and sounds as good as "Jason and the . . " FANTASTIC!

Carcosa
  Sep 23, 2011
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The line in the sand that people draw regarding what they will pay is arbitrary. If one will not pay more than $20 for any given blu-ray, well you have just set its value for you. It has nothing to do with the overall marketplace. TT is ran by SAE, a specialty distributor (and label as well) for limited edition soundtracks on CD. This niche market has THRIVED on limited editions (1000 to 3000 typically) of soundtracks major labels would NEVER consider releasing, all produced with loving care in beautiful packaging. They also run a bit more than the average CD....usually at $20 for single discs. I pay it gladly. I think we've all gotten a bit spoiled in recent years.


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$24.98 $9.99





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