Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Michael, Mar 4, 2023.
2023 and still not on Blu-Ray!
I'll start; Mickey Blue Eyes...fun movie.
Son of the Morning Star -- one of the better (if not best) movies about George Custer and the Little Big Horn. It was a TV mini-series, clocking in at three hours & seven minutes. It won four Primetime Emmys.
Son of the Morning Star (TV Mini Series 1991– ) - IMDb
How about that series of "Walt Disney Treasures" in Tin cases...not much has happened with all those B&W / Color Shorts: Mickey Mouse, Mickey & Minnie, Complete Pluto, Complete Donald Duck from late 90's and early 2000's...
Just a handful of Mickey Mouse were released on Blu-Ray on 'Celebrate Mickey'
and recent 100th Anniversary set Mickey & Minnie 10 Shorts.
TV version of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
Original Astroboy series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Original That Darn Cat
The Night Before w/Keanu Reeves & Lori Loughlin. The only movie for theaters Lori starred in in the 1980's that still doesn't have a Blu-Ray for whatever reason. Back to the Beach got a Blu-Ray last August.
I think it is cute that there are people on the internet that think that The Abyss and True Lies are ever coming out on BD or UHD.
I have a bunch of them...
James Cameron reveals The Abyss and True Lies getting 4K disc releases this year – Film Stories
it's been up and down for so long by the time it comes out it'll be too late...
yup heard this before...will we have a last minute pull? thanks for the link. If it does I will be a happy camper...
Voyage would make a nice BD Box!
It says in that article that The Abyss is coming in March of this year. Looks at calendar...nope, no announcement yet.
let's say enough already...how many times are we going to get our hopes up? I'm sure you feel the same way I do! been hoping for this for many years now...excellent fun movie! Bill Paxton is golden in this...Indeed.
we can't even get a complete series set of the Beverly Hillbillies on DVD let alone BLU-RAY!
Scores of silent films.
A few extant Two-strip Technicolor films.
100s of Three-strip Technicolor films.
Thousands of B&W films from the 1930s - present.
London After Midnight.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs 2018 Coen Brothers. Never on DVD, in theaters for an extremely limited release and only available on Netflix.
The Whole Wide World - terrific 1996 movie about pulp writer Robert E. Howard (creator of Conan the Barbarian).
Trick or Treat - fun 1986 horror film inspired by the “backmasking” nonsense and the PMRC fiasco. Ozzy and Gene Simmons have cameos. Unavailable on blu-ray (and streaming), allegedly because someone connected to Fastway (who wrote and recorded the songs for the film’s fictional rock star) is asking for an unreasonable amount of money to relicense the songs. Anchor Bay announced a DVD about 20 years ago, but canceled (because they couldn’t break even on it, it’s been said).
I would have said Dragonslayer, a great 1981 fantasy film, but that one just leapfrogged blu-ray entirely and is getting a 4K this month.
Of Mice And Men
Les Miserables (1935)
A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (no U.S. release)
The Defiant Ones (no U.S. release)
The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter
I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang
Sling Blade (Director's Cut)
Barfly (no U.S. release)
Bang The Drum Slowly
After Hours (no U.S. release)
The Champ (1931)
Down With Love (no U.S. release)
Frances (no U.S. release)
The Harder They Fall
A Hatful Of Rain
I Remember Mama
The Little Foxes (no U.S. release)
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes
Splendor In The Grass
Intruder In The Dust
Lassie Come Home
Ladies In Retirement
Whistle Down The Wind
In Harm's Way
Wattstax - music festival documentary, despite its 50th anniversary last year, dvd only.
Mad Dogs and Englishmen - Joe Cocker on tour with Leon Russell, dvd only.
U2 3D - yep, U2 concert in 3D: I saw this during the ONE week it played in a theater in nearby Santa Monica, I loved this even though I’m not particularly a fan of the band. This should have been a 3D blu-ray, though it’s not on home video in ANY form afaik.
In Harm's Way has a Blu-ray: In Harm's Way Blu-ray
and probably never will. : (
thanks that's what will make this thread great! satisfaction...thanks.
that really stinks...no home video format geez..
three excellent choices...