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  • Dragonslayer Coming To UHD

    Coming 3/21/23 from Paramount.

    https://amzn.to/3GFbUuQ

    FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER ON 4K UHD, REMASTERED WITH DOLBY ATMOS SOUND, AND FEATURING HOURS OF SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDING NEW COMMENTARY BY DIRECTOR MATTHEW ROBBINS WITH GUILLERMO DEL TORO

    An essential fantasy-adventure, with groundbreaking Oscar-nominated visual effects, DRAGONSLAYER comes to 4K Ultra HD with HDR-10 and Dolby Vision—restored for exceptional picture and sound approved by director Matthew Robbins. Set in sixth-century England, an ill-tempered, fire-breathing creature—ominously known as Vermithrax Pejorative—terrorizes its citizens until a young sorcerer’s apprentice named Galen is reluctantly tasked with confronting the beast. For Galen to succeed, it will take more than magic to defeat the dragon.

    Special Features include:

    NEW Commentary by Director Matthew Robbins & Guillermo del Toro
    NEW Screen Tests
    NEW The Slayer of All Dragons
    Original Theatrical Trailer

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  • #2
    I gotta get this one!

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    • #3
      Me too, Disney released it (cut) in the UK so no chance of a disc here. Saw this at the cinema when I was a kid (I was shocked that they showed an arse in a Disney film), great work from Phil Tippett.
      I'm bitter, I'm twisted, James Joyce is fucking my sister.

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      • #4
        US digital code if anyone wants it:

        paramountmovies.com

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        I'm bitter, I'm twisted, James Joyce is fucking my sister.

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        • #5
          Not sure if it the previous transfers were poor and highlighted the matte lines or if there's some digital clean up on this new transfer because they look seamless now. If it's a revision, it's not one I'd complain about.

          Guillermo del Toro can be heard orgasming multiple times on the commentary track. He even interrupts director Matthew Robbins so he can finish

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