The Walk (3D+2D Blu-ray SteelBook) (KimchiDVD Collection #6) [Korea]

Aug 25, 2011
3,160
Hong Kong
Release date: February 19, 2016
Purchase link: Kimchi - Pre-order is on February 15 - 2016 at 8 PM (Korea time)
Price: $40.99
Note: 500 copies - Limited to 2 per order.

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Apr 25, 2010
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Hopefully there's another retailer to jump on this.One of the most effective 3D releases out there..Whether this or another retailer,swapping out the actual steel from Germany.It's a dandy.
 

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WOW! This is getting out of hand! First they do "exclusives" with just post cards and numbering card. Now they just have post cards only?
And limited to 500 but 2 per order limit? :LOL: It's like they are expecting people not to buy.

I think that artwork suits a lenticular much more than a fullslip imo
Absolutely. NA amaray lenticular had the same artwork, and I gotta say it was a pretty good lenti...for a regular Amaray release.
 
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WOW! This is getting out of hand! First they do "exclusives" with just post cards and numbering card. Now they just have post cards only?
And limited to 500 but 2 per order limit? :LOL: It's like they are expecting people not to buy.


Absolutely. NA amaray lenticular had the same artwork, and I gotta say it was a pretty good lenti...for a regular Amaray release.

Funny they should have done a lenti with ''The Walk'' and a FULLSLIP for ''Scorch Trials'', but they did the opposite of what should have been :rolleyes:
 
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If you don't like it don't buy it. That simple. Cracks me up seeing people bash Kimchi for releasing a steelbook with a slipcover. $40 for a 3D film Day and Date is in line with all other 3D day and date Asian releases.

This is still a Kimchi numbered release so it is worth more collector wise than a non numbered barebones release from zavvi.
 
If you don't like it don't buy it. That simple. Cracks me up seeing people bash Kimchi for releasing a steelbook with a slipcover. $40 for a 3D film Day and Date is in line with all other 3D day and date Asian releases.
This is still a Kimchi numbered release so it is worth more collector wise than a non numbered barebones release from zavvi.

If you're happy to pay that price for so little, that's your right. Personally, I have decided to be more selective with Asian editions since The Incredible Hulk Lenticular (Novamedia) cost me about 70 € via GB for just an honorable result (which is not worth the price) and since I bought Dredd (Novamedia) with its plastic Pet Slipcover. And content of these editions is more generous than that KimchiDVD proposed with its Full Slipcover and 5 cards.
I feel that for some time, Asian editions play on their reputation to offer less, keeping the usual price or more expensive. I agree with you, nobody is forced to buy, but as you all, I am a collector and these ridiculous editions starting to piss me off.
But it's just my observation and opinion.
 
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