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Open Matte Amazon
#81
(2018-10-27, 05:03 PM)campolisa Wrote: halloween h20 1998 is in open matte in amazon prime is very easy check with a free account

Amazon.com does not have this movie in prime access.
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#82
(2018-10-27, 06:13 PM)maksnew Wrote:
(2018-10-27, 05:03 PM)campolisa Wrote: halloween h20 1998 is in open matte in amazon prime is very easy check with a free account

Amazon.com does not have this movie in prime access.

so was in prime a month ago
and starz emit this in open matte
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#83
In the subscriptions of the channels of this film is not, apparently removed.

I have Halloween.Resurrection.2002 with HBO channel subscription

You can follow my films in Open Matte in my group https://vk.com/club146199716
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#84
I place primary sources on hdbits.org and make releases with Russian roads on bluebird-hd

If you need to download paid movies from Amazon, then I can help with them.
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#85
The Cell 2000 film on Amazon looks like a 35mm film scan, colors are not like BD

http://www.imagebam.com/gallery/ulrorq7d...6hifk31alv
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(2018-11-03, 06:51 PM)maksnew Wrote: The Cell 2000 film on Amazon looks like a 35mm film scan, colors are not like BD

http://www.imagebam.com/gallery/ulrorq7d...6hifk31alv

Very interesting news!
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(2018-11-03, 09:55 PM)spoRv Wrote:
(2018-11-03, 06:51 PM)maksnew Wrote: The Cell 2000 film on Amazon looks like a 35mm film scan, colors are not like BD

http://www.imagebam.com/gallery/ulrorq7d...6hifk31alv

Very interesting news!
You can get it from this link.............
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#88
(2018-11-03, 10:31 PM)maksnew Wrote:
(2018-11-03, 09:55 PM)spoRv Wrote:
(2018-11-03, 06:51 PM)maksnew Wrote: The Cell 2000 film on Amazon looks like a 35mm film scan, colors are not like BD

http://www.imagebam.com/gallery/ulrorq7d...6hifk31alv

Very interesting news!
You can get it from this link. ...
IIRC, it is against the rules to link movie downloads in the forum...
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(2018-11-03, 06:51 PM)maksnew Wrote: The Cell 2000 film on Amazon looks like a 35mm film scan, colors are not like BD

http://www.imagebam.com/gallery/ulrorq7d...6hifk31alv

The Amazon version has cigarette burns, it's definitely from a film scan but it looks closer to the Warner Blu-Ray rather than the first Canadian BR from Alliance Atlantis and yet not exactly like any of them. I might be wrong so I let you judge with this quick comparison

[Image: The-Cell-amazon-warner-alliance-comparison.png]
[Image: The-Cell-amazon-warner-alliance-comparison.png]

From the review of the Warner Bros BR on Blu-Ray.com
Quote:The Cell was previously released on Blu-ray in 2009 by Canada's Alliance Atlantis; Blu-ray.com's review can be found here. Reliable sources at Warner have advised me that no 1080p master for the film existed at the time, and that the likely basis for Alliance's Blu-ray was a 1080i broadcast master that was upconverted. For this 1080p, AVC-encoded Blu-ray release from Warner Home Video, a new 1080p master has been prepared by MPI, Warner's on-site facility.

The results are exceptional. Tarsem and the production team used real, "in camera" elements wherever possible, so that the imagery would have weight and density and the actors would interact with real objects. The new Blu-ray captures this sense of reality with impressive depth and detail, enhanced by the clarity of the image and the vividness of the extreme color palette, whether it is the beautifully saturated reds of blood and various garments or the regal purples and golds favored by Carl Stargher's dream alter ego. The ghostly whites and blues associated with Stargher's victims are appropriately disconcerting, as are the various ashen qualities in his strange interior landscapes. In young Edward's mind, the reddish yellow of the vast sand dunes (filmed in Namibia) are striking in their hot intensity.

Black levels and contrast are very good, and the film's grain pattern has been finely rendered. Warner has mastered The Cell at an average bitrate of 24.92, which could be better but is certainly very good, especially with careful allocation of bandwidth to the scenes that need it most.

A quick comparison to the screenshots from our previous review will immediately reveal that the colors on this new version differ significantly. Warner's version is warmer overall, and has noticeably deeper reds and more lifelike fleshtones. As in all such situations, there is no reason to believe that the earlier version was accurate; indeed, it is far more likely that MPI would have had access to an answer print for reference than anyone associated with Alliance Atlantis. In any case, the difference is noted for the record.
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(2018-10-27, 05:03 PM)campolisa Wrote: halloween h20 1998 is in open matte in amazon prime is very easy check with a free account

i found the echo bridge halloween triple pack dirt cheap last week and apparently that either includes an open matte or cropped version of H20, that got poor reviews
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