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Coming to Blu-Ray!


Coming to Blu-Ray!

This is a group to discuss classic movies on Blu-Ray. Discussions and comments can be about release announcements, Blu-Ray reviews, special features on the discs or anything Blu-Ray related.

Members: 15
Latest Activity: Jan 1

Welcome to the group!

Thanks for joining my group and please feel free to add news or discuss anything Blu-Ray related. If you hear or know of a classic film coming to Blu-Ray please feel free to post about it. I would prefer that a "Discussion" be added in the forum area for specific releases as that will help us discuss that title alone. If you would like to post a review or discuss special features or even ask a question about Blu-Ray discs or players this is the place to do it.

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Comment by Ktrek on December 9, 2016 at 12:09am

Kino made this announcement today! 

Coming Soon on DVD and Blu-ray!
One of the Greatest Serials of All Time!

Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941) Starring Tom Tyler, Frank Coghlan Jr., William Benedict and Louise Currie - Directed by William Witney and John English (Daredevils of the Red Circle)

Comment by Monty on July 6, 2014 at 7:08am

Great idea for a group Ktrek as I am now upgrading lots of my classics to blu-rays. They look phenomenal!

Comment by Kenneth Walker on July 4, 2014 at 12:21pm

This is one I rented but highly recommend on Blu Ray. Its readily available. The Road to Perdition stars Tom Hanks as a hit man working for crime lord Paul Newman .also in the cast is future James Bond,Daniel Craig . Set in the 1930's Perdition is a beautifully photographed period piece.Graphic violence makes it unsuitable for children. Watched in Hi Def and Blu Ray ,its a feast for the eyes!

Rating.......**** stars out of *****

Comment by kareng on July 4, 2014 at 4:29am

I'll be sure to write that review in the discussion area Kevin once I get to see my movies.  Gosh, I'm gonna have to get someone to watch Nosferatu with me now..... I know my brother is a fan of the movie.

Comment by Ktrek on July 3, 2014 at 6:30pm

Welcome to everyone that has joined my group and please read the WELCOME TO THE GROUP above for instructions.

Comment by Philip C Binstead on July 3, 2014 at 3:57pm

Hi Kevin,

I'd like to join the Blu-Ray group please the last Blu-Ray release I bought was Intolerance the transfer is stunning to see plus I swear I hadn't seen some of the footage from this film that seemed to be added to the print on the Blu-Ray release, not cheap I got it imported from the USA,but worth every  cent.

I've had the complete TV series of Batman for quite a few years now, it will be interesting to see whats in the new package.

Comment by Kenneth Walker on July 3, 2014 at 12:33pm

I have a blu ray player but don't have any in my collection. I have viewed many from net flix and am very impresse4d with the quality.

Comment by Dave Miller on July 3, 2014 at 10:07am

BATMAN: THE COMPLETE TV Series Coming to Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Download November 2014

Comment by Dave Miller on July 3, 2014 at 9:55am


Comment by William on July 3, 2014 at 9:33am

That was always one of my favorites,,,All the stars Mitchum Douglas,and Jane Greer....Jane Greer would have been great in any of the roles that Lauren Bacall was in.The mysteriers I mean.................................................



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