Dark Crystal and Labyrinth on Blu-ray

Will you be buying the Dark Crystal and/or Labyrinth on Blu-Ray?

  • Yes, I can’t wait to see what the films look like in HD

    Votes: 22 62.9%
  • Yes, later when I get a Blu-ray player

    Votes: 7 20.0%
  • No, the DVD’s I already have are good enough

    Votes: 6 17.1%
  • No, I’m not interested in these films

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    35

thiefb0ss

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Can't wait for the bonus features! Gonna pick this up sometime.:sing:
 

Dearth

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I didn't have a Blu-Ray player when these first came out, so I didn't bother buying them back then. Now I have one, though, and the other day I found these in a bin at Wal-Mart for about $8 each. Watched them both, one last night and one today, and enjoyed the new features, but mainly savored the excellent picture quality.

On the Labyrinth Picture-in-Picture commentaries, it seemed like they chose two people specifically because they appear in lots of Harry Potter documentaries: Warwick Davis and Nick Dudman.

Alex
 

DARTH MUPPET

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If I see these at wall mart I will have to pick them up!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Mystic Master

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I still only have these on DVD, but based on some of your comments, it seems like they are worth picking up on BR as well. Aren't there a few different versions floating around now, years later? I noticed a Froud art edition with both movies packed together as well as a DC Steelbook from Germany. Is one version better when it comes to BR? I'd personally like the option with the most deleted scenes, etc.
 

Mystic Master

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I finally got around to picking up Dark Crystal on BR and its gorgeous. I noticed so much more detail in HD, they certainly cleaned up a number of scenes. I also enjoyed the Brian Froud commentary. Even simple things like the menu are so much better compared to the DVD - great purchase.
 
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