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    Savage Streets

    For this not interested in the Code Red Blu-ray release, it looks like there's a German release available.

    From Blu-ray.com:

    Release date 24th October 2014
    German Blu-ray first release Limited to 1,000 - HD Remastered
    Running time:. 93 min
    Widescreen 1.85: 1
    German: DTS HD 5.1, English: DTS HD 5.1, UnRated

    -Interviews with Robert Dryer, Johnny Venocur and producer John Strong
    -Confessions of a teenage girl who takes revenge
    -Heather speaks
    -Poster Gallery, Images Gallery, Show Trailer, Trailer
    PCM

    I didn't know this was even coming out. There's speculation that this uses the CR transfer and if that's the case, it's without authorization.

    http://shop.dtm.at/product_info.php?products_id=57130

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    I guess if you're not going to ship internationally, you're going to see stuff like this happen (assuming that they did lift the CR transfer).

    Also interesting to see the extras listed here, compared to the nearly barebones CR disc.

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    Sweet cover. It's the same as the Norwegian SE DVD I picked up a few years ago. I also have the Scorpion, Arrow and Anchor Bay DVD's. I think I'm done spending money on SAVAGE STREETS.

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    Looks like Code Red is reissuing this.

    https://roninflix.com/collections/co...savage-streets
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    Guess I'll bite, as I never upgraded from the BCI DVD.

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    The BCI DVD is great is it so I'm sticking with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Looks like Code Red is reissuing this.

    https://roninflix.com/collections/co...savage-streets
    I'm glad it's getting another re-issue but damn that's funny. This is the title Bill regularly says he regrets repressing. His customers felt cheated and it took too long to sell another 1000. I love he film so I'm good with it being readily available.

    Thankfully the new slip isn't enticing into buying yet another copy of this film.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Horse 77 View Post
    The BCI DVD is great is it so I'm sticking with it.
    The Code Red Blu-ray blows the BCI disc away.
    Last edited by Jason C; 08-01-2018 at 09:46 AM.

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    I think the code red blu ray just used the existing scorpion dvd master. It's not a great blu ray. A new 2k scan would likely blow that away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogart View Post
    I think the code red blu ray just used the existing scorpion dvd master. It's not a great blu ray. A new 2k scan would likely blow that away.
    Thanks for that info. Now I'm definitely sticking with the Scorpion DVD.
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    Just to be clear, though, Jason (rightly) said that the Code Red blu blows away the BCI DVD, not the Scorpion DVD, which is a great looking DVD and itself a significant upgrade from the BCI disc (which looked good for the time but is interlaced).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt H. View Post
    Just to be clear, though, Jason (rightly) said that the Code Red blu blows away the BCI DVD, not the Scorpion DVD, which is a great looking DVD and itself a significant upgrade from the BCI disc (which looked good for the time but is interlaced).
    Whichever one came out as a double disc a few years back. That one is the one I'm sticking with.
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