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Region-Free Or Region "A" Availability?,
This review is from: Black Sabbath [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
I am very impressed with what video review sites have said about the Arrow presentations of both Black Sabbath and Black Sunday, and they are first-rate transfers, along with a generous amount of extras. Now, if only those of us in the States can get these fine titles from Arrow in a region-free release, as apparently they have some region-free titles in their catalog. I e-mailed Arrow with no response on that query. Would consider investing in a region-free blu-ray player, but there are but few that I need a player of that sort for Region "B" locked as is Black Sabbath. Will hope that this will perhaps be carried by a US distributor that offers that in our region code.
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Initial post: 26 Jun 2013 18:07:29 BDT
killer b says:
In the last several months, I have ordered as many B zone as A zone discs, from all over Europe. I wonder if you are looking in the right place. All zone Bluray players can be had for $140.00. Then again, it may be an assumption on my part that people are as interested in the 50's and 60's as I am since I'm a baby boomer.
Posted on 4 Aug 2013 07:51:29 BDT
S. Broyles says:
Arrow wont be releasing anymore region free titles in the near future. Many of the movies they release are available through different distributors in the U.S. and they would be infringing on those license agreements if they continued to market region free titles. Region free blu ray player is your best bet.
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