Yes, yes, absolutely perfect
Can't wait for tomorrow !
'interesting' artwork for this steelbook, certainly, and from a great-looking poster and if you wanted to buy one of these original full size 1972 posters you'd be lucky to find one for reasonable money though of course reproductions are available for about $25.
Created by Bill Gold, with a couple of others not quite so good for this film IMO, who is responsible for film posters of such diverse films as "Casablanca" (1942) and "Streetcar Named Desire" (1951) - both posters used on cover artwork for our 2013 WB wave steelbooks - to 'A clockwork Orange' (1971) and Clint Eastwood's 'Mystic River' (2003) and many, many others of equal excellence.
White or silver . . . hmmm ? ("Saw" . . . "American Psycho" ?)
I already have this on Pre Order from Amazon Germany
€14.99 Euro (€20.50 Euro with shipping and Vat correction for Ireland included)
Zavvi price is €20.69
If the 5% discount code works when it goes live that would make it €19.65
I will order from Zavvi if that is the price when it goes live or if there is a better working discount code available
The Steelbook I will be getting its just a matter who ends up been the cheapest as to who I keep my order with as it possible the Amazon Germany price could drop before release date
Thank you, Zavvi, for giving me yet another bona fide 1970s classic - this following on from "Don't Look Now" - hopefully "Rosemary's Baby" will be next alongside "The Conversation", "Dirty Harry", "Badlands","Klute" etc . . .
In addition to some of the other '70s classics that we've already been offered such as "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", "The Godfather 1 & 2" (as part of the steelbook trilogy), " A Clockwork Orange", "Jaws", "The French Connection", "The Omen", "Westworld", "The Wicker Man" etc. - not all "Exclusives" of course.
You are in France so I'm guessing you speak and read French like a native so therefore not a problem for you to read the data card with the consequence that it would be strange if you bought the U.K. edition which has 'foreign' print on it.
Furthermore it is completely understandable and commendable that you support the economy of your own country
I am British and live in the U.K. so it would be strange if I bought this from Amazon.fr. Amazon.it or indeed from any other Amazon . . .
I would rather support the economy of my own country than support the economy of another country
Lol now it's gone to supporting economy.
Well I'm supporting my wallet and whatever is cheapest at the time I will buy, obviously if others countries releases have foreign on the actual steel then I'll go for the uk unless it's not available in the uk (Howard the duck for example)
But £5 extra or more in some cases just to have a English j card is ridicolous IMO unless you keep them sealed.