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Thread: Synapse Releasing Suspiria On 4k UHD

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    Probably.
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    any reviews yet on Suspiria? It comes out in just a few days, I was wondering if there had been any pre release reviews by anyone? Usually there are at least a couple reviews so people have some idea what to expect from the release before it comes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fundi View Post
    any reviews yet on Suspiria? It comes out in just a few days, I was wondering if there had been any pre release reviews by anyone? Usually there are at least a couple reviews so people have some idea what to expect from the release before it comes out.
    Mondo Digital has the 4K reviewed, and it looks amazing.

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    I can't wait to get Suspiria next week. I hope this movie does really well for Synapse, because they have a lot of older releases on DVD, that I'd love to see on 4K. First 4K movie I've bought in over a year, really excited about it. I got to pick up The new 4k disc of Wizard of Oz as well, that one seems like they did a good job on it too, only negative is they seem to have left off the original mono audio as an option, but that I don't think will matter as I only listen to movie audio through my TV speakers lol.

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    My copy showed up yesterday. I didn't have time to watch the whole thing, I'll do that tonight or this weekend, but I did pop it in and watch up until Susie arrives at the school and it's pretty fucking gorgeous.
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    thanks for the info on it Ian Jane, I had a feeling Synapse would knock the ball out of the park on this release. I am really hoping they do more in 4K like that Blind Dead movie they are working on for release next year.

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