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    Quote Originally Posted by Roderick View Post
    Polish that turd until you can see your reflection!
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    As per Dawn Of The Discs, Arrow are releasing this later this year. No specs or other info available yet.
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    Arrow UK, October.

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    From the mind of writer/director Clive Barker – the macabre visionary responsible for Hellraiser and Candyman – comes Nightbreed, a nightmare-induced fantasy set in a world like nothing you’ve ever experienced before… one which will leave you questioning who the real monsters are.

    By night, Aaron Boone (Craig Sheffer, Teen Wolf) dreams of Midian, a hidden subterranean world where monsters have created a haven from humanity. Under pressure from his girlfriend Lori (Anne Bobby, Born on the Fourth of July), he attends psychotherapy sessions, unaware that his shrink, Dr Decker (Videodrome director David Cronenberg), is setting him up to take the fall for a series of violent murders. Convinced he no longer belongs in the human world, Boone goes in search of Midian – not realising that the real killer has plans for both him and the colourful cast of outsiders who call it home…

    The victim of studio interference and an unrepresentative marketing campaign, Nightbreed was poorly received by critics on its initial release and failed to ignite the box office, but has since undergone a radical reappraisal. Arrow Video is proud to present two versions of this depraved cult classic: the studio-approved theatrical cut and the reconstructed, reinvigorated director’s cut, for the ultimate nightmarish viewing experience.

    Production Year: 1990
    Region Code: B
    UK Rating: 15
    Running Time: 102 / 120 mins
    Number of Discs: 2
    Language: English
    Subtitles: English SDH
    Audio: 5.1 / 2.0 Stereo
    Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
    Colour: Colour

    LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS:

    High Definition Blu-ray™ (1080p) presentations of the 120-minute director’s cut, transferred from the original camera negative, and the 102-minute theatrical cut, transferred from the original interpositive
    Lossless 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and uncompressed 2.0 PCM audio on the director’s cut
    Uncompressed 2.0 PCM audio on the theatrical cut
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    New audio commentary on the theatrical cut by critics Adrian J Smith and David Flint
    Audio commentary on the director’s cut by writer/director Clive Barker and restoration producer Mark Alan Miller
    Introduction to the director’s cut by Clive Barker and Mark Alan Miller
    Walking the Line Between Heaven and Hell, a new video interview with critic Kat Ellinger
    Speaking up for the Monsters, a new video interview with critic Kim Newman
    Tribes of the Moon: Making Nightbreed, an extensive documentary on the making of the film, featuring actors Craig Sheffer, Doug Bradley, Anne Bobby and many more
    Making Monsters, a documentary on the film’s creature designs, featuring special makeup designer Bob Keen
    Fire! Fights! Stunts!, a video interview with second unit director Andy Armstrong
    Deleted and alternate scenes
    Monster Prosthetics Masterclass
    Cutting Compromise, a video interview with editor Mark Goldblatt
    The Painted Landscape, an exploration of the work of concept artist Ralph McQuarrie
    Matte painting tests
    Makeup tests
    Lost stop motion footage
    Extended torture scene
    Rehearsal test
    Theatrical trailer
    Rare TV spots
    Multiple image galleries, including early sketches, set photos, poster and pre-production art, stills from the UK launch party at Tower Records, and more
    Original screenplay (BD-ROM content)
    Reversible sleeve feature original and newly commissioned artwork by Gilles Vranckx
    Double-sided fold-out poster
    Limited edition 40-page booklet, featuring new writing on the film by author and critic Amy Simmons and an in-depth history of the film’s development, release and rehabilitation by Mark Salisbury, co-author of Clive Barker’s Nightbreed: The Making of the Film
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    Wow, so the new Cabal Cut still MIA...

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    Arrow UK, October.

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    From the mind of writer/director Clive Barker – the macabre visionary responsible for Hellraiser and Candyman – comes Nightbreed, a nightmare-induced fantasy set in a world like nothing you’ve ever experienced before… one which will leave you questioning who the real monsters are.

    By night, Aaron Boone (Craig Sheffer, Teen Wolf) dreams of Midian, a hidden subterranean world where monsters have created a haven from humanity. Under pressure from his girlfriend Lori (Anne Bobby, Born on the Fourth of July), he attends psychotherapy sessions, unaware that his shrink, Dr Decker (Videodrome director David Cronenberg), is setting him up to take the fall for a series of violent murders. Convinced he no longer belongs in the human world, Boone goes in search of Midian – not realising that the real killer has plans for both him and the colourful cast of outsiders who call it home…

    The victim of studio interference and an unrepresentative marketing campaign, Nightbreed was poorly received by critics on its initial release and failed to ignite the box office, but has since undergone a radical reappraisal. Arrow Video is proud to present two versions of this depraved cult classic: the studio-approved theatrical cut and the reconstructed, reinvigorated director’s cut, for the ultimate nightmarish viewing experience.

    Production Year: 1990
    Region Code: B
    UK Rating: 15
    Running Time: 102 / 120 mins
    Number of Discs: 2
    Language: English
    Subtitles: English SDH
    Audio: 5.1 / 2.0 Stereo
    Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
    Colour: Colour

    LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS:

    High Definition Blu-ray™ (1080p) presentations of the 120-minute director’s cut, transferred from the original camera negative, and the 102-minute theatrical cut, transferred from the original interpositive
    Lossless 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and uncompressed 2.0 PCM audio on the director’s cut
    Uncompressed 2.0 PCM audio on the theatrical cut
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    New audio commentary on the theatrical cut by critics Adrian J Smith and David Flint
    Audio commentary on the director’s cut by writer/director Clive Barker and restoration producer Mark Alan Miller
    Introduction to the director’s cut by Clive Barker and Mark Alan Miller
    Walking the Line Between Heaven and Hell, a new video interview with critic Kat Ellinger
    Speaking up for the Monsters, a new video interview with critic Kim Newman
    Tribes of the Moon: Making Nightbreed, an extensive documentary on the making of the film, featuring actors Craig Sheffer, Doug Bradley, Anne Bobby and many more
    Making Monsters, a documentary on the film’s creature designs, featuring special makeup designer Bob Keen
    Fire! Fights! Stunts!, a video interview with second unit director Andy Armstrong
    Deleted and alternate scenes
    Monster Prosthetics Masterclass
    Cutting Compromise, a video interview with editor Mark Goldblatt
    The Painted Landscape, an exploration of the work of concept artist Ralph McQuarrie
    Matte painting tests
    Makeup tests
    Lost stop motion footage
    Extended torture scene
    Rehearsal test
    Theatrical trailer
    Rare TV spots
    Multiple image galleries, including early sketches, set photos, poster and pre-production art, stills from the UK launch party at Tower Records, and more
    Original screenplay (BD-ROM content)
    Reversible sleeve feature original and newly commissioned artwork by Gilles Vranckx
    Double-sided fold-out poster
    Limited edition 40-page booklet, featuring new writing on the film by author and critic Amy Simmons and an in-depth history of the film’s development, release and rehabilitation by Mark Salisbury, co-author of Clive Barker’s Nightbreed: The Making of the Film
    This has made my day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Very curious how Arrow's theatrical cut seems to be a different transfer entirely. Looks like the Shout version utilized the remastered director's cut material for the theatrical cut, but Arrow went with possibly a print or something other than the negative. Very soft and with different color timing.

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    I haven't seen any caps from the Arrow theatrical transfer but have read it looks pretty bad compared to the SF disc.

    Director's cut transfers look almost the same, aside from the 1.78.1/1.85.1 difference.
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    The Arrow theatrical is up there for comparison, too:
    https://caps-a-holic.com/c.php?d1=13526&d2=10925&c=4351

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    Yeah, that's a pretty big difference.
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