here’s the dvdbeaver review
Here’s a review of The Specialist blu ray… it’s in french but there’s quite a few screenshots and it looks pretty good.
Also added the new french face to face bluray to the database
Several new releases I noticed in the Blu-ray.com database:
http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Valdez-Is-Coming-Blu-ray/207397/ - Funnily enough, there isn’t a blu-ray page for ViC, while there’s several blu releases of it
Several releases for Chato’s Land also on blu - http://www.blu-ray.com/Chatos-Land/335960/#Releases
Valdez is Coming and Chato’s Land are american westerns…. I don’t know if they fit in this site.
Chato’s Land is a British western and there’s also a section for American westerns filmed in Europe like Valdez is Coming.
Both of them are marked in the DB as Eurowesterns, however
we still count the UK as Europe
OK I think I got all these added now, thanks for the heads-up
Here’s some useful info on the French Face to Face release btw
October 5 (after some delay)…
Wow, look at those extras
So there’s a standard UK release for Texas Adios but not Django. Those without region free players will have to make do with the shitty Argent version
Yummy I will definitely go for the American double feature. Never got around to picking up Django and there it is.
This is fantastic news. Never would have expected this virtual flood of spaghetti western releases from Arrow.
I’m in the UK, region B, as it were … can anyone recommend a multi region BD player that preferably doesn’t cost a fortune ? Cheers
I went straight ahead and bought a multi-region player as soon as I upgraded. I figured it would cost the same if I had to buy a region B and region A separately, so might as well. This will be an instant purchase for me. I don’t have Django on Blu-ray and I love Texas Adiós. Arrow never disappoint.
Very hyped for this release! Shame Arrow couldn’t get ahold of BU’s extras, especially the Last Pistolero short film, but I will be looking forward to the new ones that Arrow is bringing to the table!
Also that Steelbook edition! Man, I don’t know which one to pick…
I may be prejudiced as I can’t stand steelbooks but does the steelbook edition contain the same physical stuff? The poster, the lobby cards, the perfect bound book? The steelbook edition mearly mentions that it contains a booklet.
No, it doesn’t have the book bound booklet, mini poster, or lobby cards
Then this seems to be a very easy choice
I wonder if the Django print will be the same as all the previous releases…… if it’s the case I’m not interested.
I’m interested in Texas Adios because it’s the first time it’s been released in HD.