Flight of the Navigator (Blu-ray Limited Edition) (Second Sight) [UK]

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This will be a limited edition
New scan and restoration, brand new bonus features and more!!

Will be in a Rigid Slipcase with other contents TBA

Artwork TBA
 

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Special Features
  • Brand New Second Sight 4K Scan and Restoration supervised by Director Randal Kleiser
  • Directing the Navigator - New Interview With Randal Kleiser
  • Playing The Navigator - New interview with Joey Cramer
  • Mother of The Navigator - New interview with Veronica Cartwright
  • Brother of The Navigator - New interview with Matt Adler
  • Art of the Navigator - New interviews with Jeff Kleiser, Randal Kleiser and Edward Eyth
  • Audio Commentary with Randal Kleiser and Producer Jonathan Sanger
  • Reversible sleeve with new and original artwork
  • Optional English subtitles for the hard of hearing
Limited Edition Contents
  • Rigid slipcase with new artwork by Rich Davies
  • 100 page soft cover book with Randal Kleiser’s complete original storyboard, new essay by Kevin Lyons, original production notes, behind the scenes photos
  • Reversible poster with new and original artwork
 

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Definite purchase for me:thumbs:
 

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Note
This Blu-ray release is a new 4K scan restoration

Also lot of new extras

Previous UK Blu-ray Disc only had audio Commentary as an extra

This limited edition release is very good for both disc contents and packaging
 

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Wow, SecondSight are on a roll lately! Another one ordered. :D
 

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A little over priced for a very old film
This is a brand new 4K scan remaster with new extras and limited packaging with 100 page book and poster in a Rigid slipcase

It's not a repackage of previous disc release

Limited to 3000

Later during the year second sight will release a standard edition as in no slipcase or book or poster if you want cheaper release
 

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A little over priced for a very old film
Nope, wait until it's sold out and people are selling their (duplicate) copies ... then the price might get a bit high ... :naughty:

Edit : ...and IMO it's not very old film (1986) ...
 

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Amaray Blu-ray case in all the limited edition releases will have reversable sleeve with original theatrical poster image
 

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This will sell out as will the other second sight limited editions

Pre order now if you don't want to miss out and end up paying high price with Ebay

Majority of second sight recent limited edition releases sold out quickly some before release date and some just after
 
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A little over priced for a very old film
A little!?
All these Amarays in slipboxes should be priced @£17.99 maximum at pre-order . . . if it was a steelbook instead of an Amaray I'd say the price was acceptable and about right.
 

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Nope, wait until it's sold out and people are selling their (duplicate) copies ... then the price might get a bit high ... :naughty:

Edit : ...and IMO it's not very old film (1986) ...
It would be to to your average 25 year old whom I suspect 90% of films we talk on this site they have never heard off......... Remember films like Robocop 1986, The Thing 1982 etc are now over 30 years old. When Paul Darrow died last week virtually no coverage on TV as Blakes 7 ended in 1981 over 38 years ago so unless you're an old fart like me you're unlikely to have heard of it ..... A lot of films we talk about on this site as "recent" can be nearly 30 years since they've been in the cinema. Which to me makes it all the more remarkable we are getting these lovely blu-rays at all.....