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We start today with two more new disc reviews...
Stephen has taken a look at Adrian Lyne’s Indecent Proposal (1993), as recently released in 4K Ultra HD by Kino Lorber Studio Classics.
That last title has unfortunately caused some debate and division among reviewers and fans of the film for what appear to be revisionist remastering and grading choices, particularly compared to the recent Scream Factory release (which was highly rated by all).
In any case, both titles—and these reviews—are worth your time and attention if you’re a fan of these films.
Also today, we have a bit of 4K Ultra HD release news, first from HBO... [Read on here...]
- 4K Ultra HD Release List
- 4K Ultra HD
- Bill Hunt
- The Digital Bits
- My Two Cents
- Tim Salmons
- Stephen Bjork
- Carl Samrock
- Nikki Finke
- Warner Home Video
- Warren Lieberfarb
- Ronnee Sass
- Indecent Proposal 4K review
- Friday the 13th 4K review
- Serpico 4K
- Kino Lorber Studio Classics
- Nobody's Fool 4K
- Return of the Swamp Thing 4K
- Lightyear Entertainment
- House of the Dragon: The Complete First Season 4K
- Sonic the Hedgehog
- The Little Drummer Girl 4K
- Plain Archive International
- Adaptation 4K
- Spike Jonze
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
First day back from the holidays for us here at The Bits and I hope you all had a terrific break.
I actually caught up on a few films and plan to get back to reviewing myself, especially 4K Ultra HD. A great number of good ones have come in recently and I pledge to review as many as I can over the coming weeks.
Speaking of reviews, Tim and the crew have turned in a bunch of good ones lately, including the Dragnet: Collector’s Edition from Shout! Factory, The House with the Clock in Its Walls and Operation Finale from Universal, the Maniac: Limited Edition from Blue Underground, the Waterworld: Limited Edition from Arrow Video, The Adventures of Hajji Baba from Twilight Time, and the Mantovani: The King of Strings – Special Edition from Filmrise. Enjoy!
We’ll get back to new release news tomorrow, but last night I had the chance to watch Tony Zierra’s tremendous new documentary Filmworker. It actually came out in 2017, but I only caught it last night on Netflix (you can also see it on DVD from Kino Lorber). It tells the life story of Leon Vitali, a young up and coming actor in the UK in the 1970s, who was cast by Stanley Kubrick in the role of Lord Bullingdon in Barry Lyndon (1975). [Read on here...]