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  1. My order including the Eiger Sanction just shipped from Music Box records. I assume I'll have to show proof of purchase to Intrada to get a replacement disc, right?
  2. And replacement discs I might add, for those of us that bought the defective disc.
  3. Does anyone know why the track Pete and Dorinda retains the ost edit, where one cue is combined with its alternate? I guess it was a Williams decision? I'd prefer it if the alternate, was among the alternates section.
  4. Well, in this review it says it's Region free, so you should be OK. https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Black-Sunday-Blu-ray/281486/#Review
  5. Wow!!! This is the last film from Williams' filmography that I expected to be released on bluray, but I'm glad I was wrong!!! https://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=28761
  6. I just did and I don't hear any difference. (I used my headphones). Just a tad more hiss in the Prometheus release. But my ocd doesn't permit me to ignore this new release!
  7. Hmmmm... Don't know if I should get this. I have the Prometheus cd, and I usually don't hear any difference in restored audio. I don't remember: Was the prometheus cd in mono?
  8. Saving Private Ryan I vastly prefer The Thin Red Line from the same year, and its melodramatic score to the more discreet Williams score.
  9. I hope he did. Anyway, they could be also part of longer cues that were cut in the film.
  10. I don't know if this is useful for anyone, but this is from Paths of Fantastic Film Music: Examining Film Scoring Techniques in Films that Alter Space, Time and Death by Matthew Skelton. Spotting: Total Picture Running Time: 123 minutes Total Music Time: 37 minutes, 26 seconds Percentage scored: 30% #1. Pete and Dorinda Walk Home (0:32) Music Begins as Dorinda and Pete walk home by the airfield ends as the two lay together by the fire. #2. Precious Talk (0:20) Begins as Pete opens the refrigerator door for a snack and ends as Pete sits down with Dorinda by the fire. #3. Saying Good-bye (2:46) Begins as Pete is on the phone and ends as Pete tries to yell that he loves her over the roar of his engines. #4. Hap (7:01) Begins as Al looks out his window to see Pete's plane and ends as Pete turns around to find the person who he will help. #5. Catching up with Al (0:20) Begins as Pete walks into Al's office and begins Ted walks into Al's office behind Pete. #6. Landing in Flat Rock (0:54) Begins as Al and Dorinda approach the strip at Flat Rock for landing and ends as Ted takes off. #7. Abandoned Airfield (2:36) Music enters as Ted creeps into an abandoned shelter and ends as Ted lands at Flat Rock. #8. Follow Me (1:08) Begins as Rachel sees Ted landing and ends as the Follow Me tractor plows into Dorinda's porch. #9. Strange Presence (3:14) Begins as Pete senses that Dorinda is near and ends as Ted introduces himself to Dorinda. #10. Saving Frank (1:06) Begins as Dorinda wonders how Ted can do what he is doing and ends as Dorinda screeches to a halt in front of her house. #11. Breaking the wishbone (1:38) Begins as Dorinda tells a story about Pete and ends as Ted brags about how he'll land an A-26 with no fuel. #12. Shopping in her Sleep (1:47) Begins as Dorinda recites her shopping list in her sleep as before and ends as Dorinda tells Pete goodnight. #13. Talking With Hap Again (2:06) Begins as Pete finds himself waking up in the woods again and ends as Hap reminds Pete that he has to give in order to gain his freedom. #14. Handling the Rescue (4:50) Begins as Ted realizes that he should handle the rescue from their base and ends as Dorinda cruises to the drop zone. #15. Pete Tells Dorinda Everything (7:08) Begins as Dorinda enjoys the peace of flying at night and ends as Pete walks down
  11. DISC ONE - FEATURE & EXTRAS (4K ULTRA HD BLU-RAY) 4K (2160p) UHD Blu-ray™ presentation in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible) Original uncompressed stereo audio and DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround audio Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Brand new audio commentary by film historian Paul M. Sammon Brand new audio commentary by Mike White of The Projection Booth podcast Impressions of Dune, a 2003 documentary on the making of the film, featuring interviews with star Kyle MacLachlan, producer Raffaella de Laurentiis, cinematographer Freddie Francis, editor Antony Gibbs and many others Designing Dune, a 2005 featurette looking back at the work of production designer Anthony Masters Dune FX, a 2005 featurette exploring the special effects in the film Dune Models & Miniatures, a 2005 featurette focusing on the model effects in the film Dune Costumes, a 2005 featurette looking at the elaborate costume designs seen in the film Thirteen deleted scenes from the film, with a 2005 introduction by Raffaella de Laurentiis Destination Dune, a 1983 featurette originally produced to promote the film at conventions and publicity events Theatrical trailers and TV spots Extensive image galleries, including hundreds of still photos DISC TWO – BONUS DISC (BLU-RAY) The Sleeper Must Awaken: Making Dune, a brand new feature-length documentary by Ballyhoo Motion Pictures exploring the making of the film, featuring dozens of new and archive interviews with cast and crew Beyond Imagination: Merchandising Dune, a brand new featurette exploring the merchandise created to promote the film, featuring toy collector/producer Brian Sillman (The Toys That Made Us) Prophecy Fulfilled: Scoring Dune, a brand new featurette on the film’s music score, featuring interviews with Toto guitarist Steve Lukather, Toto keyboardist Steve Porcaro, and film music historian Tim Greiving Brand new interview with make-up effects artist Giannetto de Rossi, filmed in 2020 Archive interview with production coordinator Golda Offenheim, filmed in 2003 Archive interview with star Paul Smith, filmed in 2008 Archive interview with make-up effects artist Christopher Tucker
  12. The Three Musketeers (1993) For 28 years I've been listening to the ost which I love and hadn't seen the film. Well, yesterday I changed that. It's quite an enjoyable movie, although I'd like more character development which was saved for the cardinal, played by a very good Tim Curry.
  13. Fitzwilly is coming on Bluray from Kino. https://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=28606
  14. That's easy. Arlington. I think it's one of the best compositions generally by Williams. The level of counterpoint and dense harmonic explorations are superb.
  15. Has ever Arrow included an isolated score track? I don't think so...
  16. I love all the piano solos in Snowy's theme.
  17. Witness for the prosecution (1957) If you enjoy murder mysteries and courtrooms dramas, you've got to see this!
  18. By the way, here's the new color grading. (as you see the yellow tint has gone!) All agree that it's the best this film has ever looked, although there is some loss in shadow detail. https://caps-a-holic.com/c.php?go=1&a=0&d1=15793&d2=10727&s1=166906&s2=104672&i=14&l=0 On another note, I have seen this film only once and I didn't understand what was the fuss about. Maybe I have to see it again and re-evaluate. (I have a hunch that it's just that I'm not a fan of spaggheti-westerns)
  19. If it wins, I'm not gonna be surprised. I think history has shown that jwfan prefer Williams's blockbusters scores than smaller intimate scores.
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