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  1. NL197

    Original MacGyver is being HD remastered

    They remaster it again in 16K so we can see every single strand of Hasselhoff's chest hair with new music of the time added again. When Anderson runs in slo-mo the silicone of her implants will be rendered so clear we can see how they bounce a little less softly than her natural co-stars. But the shitty yet catchy theme song will remain because it's always here. Or there. Or...Bah.
  2. NL197

    Original MacGyver is being HD remastered

    In all seriousness, they did indeed remaster the whole show using the original elements, and even replaced all the old-style songs with contemporary stuff (not the theme song) I had no idea until a couple days ago
  3. NL197

    Original MacGyver is being HD remastered

    Baywatch was also remastered. Where's the thread for that?
  4. Well one of you guys is probably right, but who...
  5. That could mean they do it themselves, I don't know.
  6. http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?threadID=133975&forumID=1&archive=0&pageID=1&r=348#bottom
  7. Balto used original versions rather than film versions (Balto Brings The Medicine being the best example), and Mighty Joe Young used original versions of the main title and Burning Ferris Wheel cues rather than the much bigger and frenetic film version.
  8. And it should be noted, that we go into as much detail as we can about classical influences, quotes and the like. We're not deaf like some out there think of Horner fans as. If we weren't, we wouldn't have put Appalachian Spring's cover in there or talked about Britten in Troy.
  9. That's what all of our "reviews" are. They're not really buy it / don't buy it here's why. They're just as informative as we can make them about prior releases, mixing, how they pertain to the film, etc. More studies than critiques because the thinking is, no one wants to read critical reviews for a singular subject. Chances are if one's on a John Williams site, they like the guy's music even superficially, right? One doesn't expect to come here and read critical reviews ala Filmtracks or MMUK. They come for knowledge, details, stuff to supplement these albums and get to the how's and why's of the compositions on those discs. So basically that but with James Horner. 🙂
  10. The race to escape Cloud City was totally ruined by the pacing-destroying inclusion of the Vader returning to his shuttle / Return of the Jedi leftovers.
  11. Kjell wrote the narrative aspects of the article, while I wrote out those moments involving the presentation / quality improvements and observations, along with the various release info.
  12. http://jameshorner-filmmusic.com/apollo-13-expanded-edition-our-exclusive-review/ We also included info about the different releases and how the promo was initially distributed to the public via the DVD. The following cues are verbatim on both discs: Lunar Dreams All Systems Go - The Launch Docking The Dark Side Of The Moon Carbon Dioxide Manual Burn Four More Amps