The Film Detective

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Re: The Film Detective

#51 Post by captveg » Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:05 pm

Voodoo Black Exorcist (1974) - 5/23/17

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Re: The Film Detective

#52 Post by L.A. » Thu Jul 23, 2020 8:28 am

Are the label’s discs MOD or pressed? Or perhaps both?

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Re: The Film Detective

#53 Post by reaky » Thu Jul 23, 2020 9:44 am

Vampire Bat was pressed.

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#54 Post by bevilacq12 » Mon Aug 17, 2020 5:46 pm

Are you sure about The Vampire Bat? And do you mean DVD or BD? Everything I've seen has said that The Vampire Bat is BD-R.

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Re: The Film Detective

#55 Post by reaky » Tue Aug 18, 2020 7:04 am

Yes, it’s a pressed blu-ray. Distinctively black, not silver, on the reverse.

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Re: The Film Detective

#56 Post by domino harvey » Tue Aug 18, 2020 9:50 am

Uh, if it’s black on the back, that means it is not pressed. Pressed means a silver back like other commercial discs. Burned discs have colored disc bottoms

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#57 Post by reaky » Tue Aug 18, 2020 1:12 pm

Sorry, terminology idiocy on my part. I thought Pressed meant made on demand.

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Re: The Film Detective

#58 Post by domino harvey » Wed Oct 07, 2020 1:04 pm

Another pressed title coming from TFD:
The Film Detective (TFD) has officially announced that it will release on Blu-ray The Other Side of Madness (1971), the inaugural title in a series of TFD releases from The Wade Williams Collection. The release will be available for purchase on November 10.

Label description: Available on limited-edition Blu-ray or DVD Nov. 10—marking the 50th anniversary of its original release—The Other Side of Madness was the first cinematic depiction of the Manson murders, filmed so astonishingly close to the time of the events that the Manson trial was still in progress. Portrayed as a modern "noir," it proved so shocking to audiences at the time that the film was banned in Los Angeles.

Superbly photographed and directed by award-winning filmmaker Frank Howard and produced by Wade Williams, the film was partially shot in Kansas City with a cast of mostly unknown actors. However, The Other Side of Madness transports audiences closer to the real events than most recreations have dared to go, partially filmed at the famed Spahn Ranch before the compound was destroyed by fire in the '70s.

Selections from the original motion picture soundtrack, written and performed by Charles Manson, will be offered on a limited-release Bonus CD (2,000 copies made) included with the purchase of the collector's deluxe anniversary edition Blu-ray or DVD. Performances of "Mechanical Man" and "Garbage Dump" have been reproduced exactly as they were released from the original, seven-inch, vinyl soundtrack.

Coming on the heels of Quentin Tarantino's box office sensation Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), the anniversary release of The Other Side of Madness joins in the resurgent exploration of Los Angeles in the 1960s, capturing the revived curiosity about Hollywood history of today's audiences. Presented in a sleek, collectible black Blu-ray case, The Other Side of Madness is given new life with a 4K transfer from the original 35mm camera negative, preserved and restored in collaboration with The Wade Williams Collection. The film is presented with a 1.37:1 aspect ratio, with English and Spanish subtitles available.

Special Features and Technical Specs:

BRAND NEW 4K RESTORATION FROM THE ORIGINAL 35MM CAMERA NEGATIVE
Original documentary - The Other Side of Manson: An Interview With Producer Wade Williams from Daniel Griffith at Ballyhoo Motion Pictures
Bonus featurette - Mechanical Man: Wade Williams Meets Manson from Daniel Griffith at Ballyhoo Motion Pictures
Bonus CD with selections from the original, seven-inch, vinyl soundtrack, including "Mechanical Man" and "Garbage Dump," performed by Charles Manson
12-page, Blu-ray exclusive collector's booklet with commentary from film director Alexander Tuschinski
Original theatrical trailers from both releases The Other Side of Madness (1971) and The Helter Skelter Murders (1976).
English and Spanish subtitles available

**The Other Side of Madness is available as part of a special-edition anniversary collector's set with Bonus CD on Blu-ray ($29.95) and DVD ($21.95); or as a standard release, without Bonus CD, on Blu-ray ($24.99) and DVD ($19.99).
For a label so budget conscious that most of their releases are burned, it's bizarre that they're incurring extra costs to produce four different version of this...

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Re: The Film Detective

#59 Post by L.A. » Tue Oct 13, 2020 5:39 am


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Re: The Film Detective

#60 Post by L.A. » Mon Jan 25, 2021 2:58 pm

L.A. wrote:
Tue Oct 13, 2020 5:39 am
Giant from the Unknown (Richard E. Cunha, 1958) on January 19th.
Beaver.

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