I dig how the box art mimics the classic "Bride' poster a bit, especially with the Bride herself being the source of the the flame, or smoke.
I have most of these from the Legacy sets, but if they price is good, I may go for the Blu-Ray. Sounds like some nice new extras too.
Awesome! I've wanted to see these films truly restored for a long time now. I can't wait to see them in HD.
Looking forward to it!
Think OUTSIDE the Box! For the BEST in Repro & Custom Packaging!
Dammit, I already have most of the Legacy sets and the Japanese coffin box sets, but I'll just have to buy this!
I'm a sucker. I bought em on VHS, the legacies sets and yeah I want these on blu-ray, just to see if there is much difference. I got rid of all of my VHS tapes except for the Uni monsters for some reason.
I have my concerns with this wording "All films will be "digitally restored from high resolution film elements " because Dracula's print is a mess and needs serious archival restoration. A full restoration of Dracula is long overdue. If it's just the previous DVD transfer digitally "enhanced" (like uping the contrast and boosting the bass of the the audio) I'm going to pass this time. But if Dracula actually truly gets restored, I'll be the first in line for this set.
You are a bold and courageous person, afraid of nothing. High on a hill top near your home, there stands a dilapidated old mansion. Some say the place is haunted, but you don't believe in such myths. One dark and stormy night, a light appears in the topmost window in the tower of the old house. You decide to investigate... and you never return...
I too have them on VHS and DVD multiple times, but I'll still be picking up this Blu-ray set.
I like how they're including the 3D version of Creature from the Black Lagoon, too.
Looking for loose MEGO COMIC ACTION HEROES
I have my reservations about films that are 80 years old getting the BR treatment. I'm perfectly happy with the Legacy sets on DVD, and I don't think the visual emhancement will be that mindblowingly different than the DVDs. They still have to work with 80 year old source material.
I'm glad they're getting the treatment they deserve, but I'll stick to my DVDs.
"Everything has an end.
Except sausages, which have two..."