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5.0 out of 5 stars Raised my eyebrows.., 5 July 2013
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This review is from: The Man Who Haunted Himself (Blu-ray + DVD) (Blu-ray)
This BluRay transfer has got to be seen to be believed,the colours are amazing as are the clarity of the scenes,for a film of this age it's hats off to network for the incredible work that has gone in to this,If you are a fan of this film & to see that Roger Moore really can act (his finest acting in his career in my opinion) then you must get this & thank god for technology that can do something like this to a classic gem of a movie..
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Initial post: 11 Jul 2015 10:28:43 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 15 Aug 2015 01:09:08 BDT
chipmonk says:
@ Bob Szvetics. You clearly have no comprehension of the reasons for/history of Region Locking! Look how many USA Region 'A' discs that we cannot buy here in the UK that will not play! It's is not simply a question of a UK Dsitributor not wanting to release as a Region Free (A,B,C) issue, it is absolutely to do with contractual legal obligations! Period! Most Lionsgate and ALL Criterion Blu-rays are region 'A' locked!
So please refrain from making comments about how dumb this is, Hollywood created the culture of Region Locking, so tough if you canlt get a Blu-ray you want when you want it...it was Hollywood that started this in the first place, and WE here in Europe and the Rest of the World have had to endure this for YEARS!

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Sep 2015 20:43:14 BDT
Robert says:
Yes Chipmonk, I agree! I have a Region A blu-ray player (-I'm in England-) mainly for Criterion titles & the odd A locked blu-ray & customers all over the world can just do what I did- import the player! Then everyone can have the films they want & watch them whether they are region A or B.

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Sep 2015 22:51:51 BDT
chipmonk says:
@ Robert. Thanks Robert, I am in England too! I have had either a separate or (in the past 7+ years) a Multi-Regioned Blu-ray player (Regions A, B,C) plus DVD Regions 1-7). Definitely cheaper to buy a single Region A player, and more reliable too.
Criterion alone is a KEY REASON to own such a player- they simply do NOT release here on Blu-ay in the UK... occasionally, the same print may be sourced by one of the UK's smaller Distributors, but often the EXTRAS are forsaken (due to copyright issues!)..

Plus when it comes to CLASSIC TV series from BBC and ITV Studios..such as Foyles War, and COUNTLESS OTHERS...which Never Ever have seen a UK/Euro release..although some have seen an Australian/NZ release- but check out the High Prices charges PLUS the MOST EXPENSIVE International Shipping Airmail costs you will ever see ... Doctor Blake Mysteries is available ONLY from Australia at exhorbitant costs.

As for the number of USA/Can Blu-rays available that are Region Locked, they are still plenty of titles that never see or will never see a UK/Euro release.. so a purchase of a Region A Player becomes a wise Investment for keen Movie/TV series lovers. Especially when you can BUY CHEAP here on Amazon UK (ave delivery times 10-14 days- but LOOK at the Low Costs available!).

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