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Ghostbusters: Ultimate Collection 4K+BD

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https://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=29861
Now with the Theatrical Stereo Mix and 5.1, and here I thought Sony would never reissue the 1st 2 films with more audio options but now that Afterlife also been announced for the same day on BD/UHD.  But $150 though for new extras, I don't know. (BTW: Same 4K master used on both MI4K's and UHD which great)
Edit(1/1/2022): It's now $99, probably a limited thing.
(This post was last modified: 2022-01-02, 03:40 AM by weegee2392.)
Curious to see how the "theatrical" stereo on this release compares with the LD stereo.
But I'm not gonna spend $150 to find out.
(2021-12-29, 02:07 AM)stwd4nder2 Wrote: Curious to see how the "theatrical" stereo on this release compares with the LD stereo.
But I'm not gonna spend $150 to find out.

That is why i'm wait for the single versions or cheaper release version (as lower price reissue version). We got until Feb 1st.
Haven't seen Afterlife, but even if I had and really wanted to own it, this set is WAAAY too expensive for three films.

I have BD stereo remuxes for I & II and so am happy-ish to wait for solo releases.
(2021-12-29, 01:41 AM)weegee2392 Wrote: https://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=29861
Now with the Theatrical Stereo Mix and 5.1, and here I thought Sony would never reissue the 1st 2 films with more audio options but now that Afterlife also been announced for the same day on BD/UHD.  But $150 though for new extras, I don't know. (BTW: Same 4K master used on both MI4K's and UHD which great)

They're also now in Dolby Vision.
It's pretty much what they did with Labyrinth, which was an improvement over their previous release.
The extras are the main draw for me as well as the audio.
(2021-12-29, 08:12 AM)dvdmike Wrote: The extras are the main draw for me as well as the audio.

This is the first time sense The 90s any form of the theatrical mix was available. The 5.1 remix for both Ghostbusters 1 & 2 was done in the mid-2000’s. I’ve been wondering what is the difference between the original mix and the 5.1’s for both films.
(This post was last modified: 2021-12-29, 10:26 PM by weegee2392.)
(2021-12-29, 10:23 PM)weegee2392 Wrote:
(2021-12-29, 08:12 AM)dvdmike Wrote: The extras are the main draw for me as well as the audio.

This is the first time sense The 90s any form of the theatrical mix was available. The 5.1 remix for both Ghostbusters 1 & 2 was done in the mid-2000’s. I’ve been wondering what is the difference between the original mix and the 5.1’s for both films.
I know, and I'm happy.
But it basically had 3 versions of the movie, one never before seen!
Thats what this site is about and its exciting
(2021-12-29, 10:23 PM)weegee2392 Wrote:
(2021-12-29, 08:12 AM)dvdmike Wrote: The extras are the main draw for me as well as the audio.

This is the first time sense The 90s any form of the theatrical mix was available. The 5.1 remix for both Ghostbusters 1 & 2 was done in the mid-2000’s. I’ve been wondering what is the difference between the original mix and the 5.1’s for both films.

Ghostbsters had a 6-track mix for 70mm on its original release.
(2021-12-30, 03:47 AM)wongfeihung Wrote:
(2021-12-29, 10:23 PM)weegee2392 Wrote:
(2021-12-29, 08:12 AM)dvdmike Wrote: The extras are the main draw for me as well as the audio.

This is the first time sense The 90s any form of the theatrical mix was available. The 5.1 remix for both Ghostbusters 1 & 2 was done in the mid-2000’s. I’ve been wondering what is the difference between the original mix and the 5.1’s for both films.

Ghostbsters had a 6-track mix for 70mm on its original release.
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