If you were such a big fan, why would you want it remade? :P
Review: Piet├* (US - BD RA) - DVDActive
Goddamn it. I just bought an imported DVD of this. Had no idea it was getting a domestic Blu. ****.PietÓ is bleak and, at times, a bit convoluted, even inadvertently (?) satirical, but it’s also emotionally satisfying and wonderfully acted. Drafthouse’s Blu-ray has some issues with blobby banding effects (which may be the result of the chosen digital format), a simple and clear DTS-HD MA audio track, and a decent collection of extras headed by a solid director/cast commentary.
Watch Tony Jaa's Action Packed Return In This Subtitled Trailer For Tom Yum Goong 2 - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors
Not much to this teaser, but... oh, ****, I am excited about this.
A Tale of Two Sisters Blu-ray
****ing FINALLY. Why Palisades Tartan haven't been churning out Blu upgrades of their catalog en masse is beyond me. Especially considering some of the excellent titles they've got in their catalog.
Weekend Viewing: English Subtitled Trailer For Takashi Miike's High Stakes Thriller Shield Of Straw - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors
Cannes 2013: Takashi Miike's Wara No Tate Review - HeyUGuysIt’s by far Miike’s most accessible film to date and a cracking thrill ride.
Looks like I'll be importing a copy when it comes out on Blu in Japan next month.Takashi Miike returns to Cannes with perhaps his most conventional film yet, an overblown but highly entertaining thriller about five cops transporting a despicable child murderer across Japan.
'Martin Scorsese Presents The Grandmaster' Gets A Dolby Atmos Mix And A Mondo Poster - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors
The Weinstein Company are currently gearing up for the American release of Wong Kar-wai’s latest film, The Grandmaster, and according to Deadline they’ve decided to opt for Martin Scorsese Presents The Grandmaster. As the film is not Wong Kar-wai’s original cut, not the version that opened in China many months ago and is already available on DVD and Blu-ray*, a more fitting title would perhaps be Martin Scorsese Presents A Dumbed Down Version Of The Grandmaster For American Audiences.
Nice poster, though.