I find that picture ironic. I had to ship a human head to the United States yesterday, packed in dry ice and placed in a fibreboard box. Also had to accept a cryobox containing “Human Testicles” from the US, but that’s another story.
Cool! I was always tempted to pick it up, but never did.
I have an old DVD digipak edition somewhere that uses the same simple black design, but then it has raised/embossed scrawled writing (also in black) over the top, which looks awesome! I can't seem to find any photos of it online though, so I'm now wondering if I maybe just dreamt it...
There was also a NEW LINE PLATINUM series DVD that (kind of) copied the Criterion Laserdisc.It wasn't a dream... I found it! Turns out it's not quite as I remembered because it clearly uses a different design to the laserdisc, but I personally think this looks much cooler.
Absolutely NO QUESTION.IMO Finchers best. And that’s no easy task, as all his films pass the sniff test.
Psychological thrillers seem to be a thing of the past for Hollywood. Well, decent ones anyway. Seems the studios are more worried about what Thanos ate for breakfast, and whether it had traces of pork!Absolutely NO QUESTION.
I kinda lament when he takes on (what I consider to be) below par scripts like Gone Girl or Panic Room.
He makes them better than they should be - but he should be working on better material (i mean, WWZ 2 ?!!).
Yeah, I think that's what I was getting mine confused with. Love the idea of using the notebook design... would look cool if used for the actual booklet in Manta's edition IMO.
With any genre - it only takes ONE hit to bring it back to life.Psychological thrillers seem to be a thing of the past for Hollywood. Well, decent ones anyway. Seems the studios are more worried about what Thanos ate for breakfast, and whether it had traces of pork!
Ahh, you're giving me flashbacks. I had both of these ages ago. No idea what happened to mine, but these editions were really nice.