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Two of my fave movies. Waiting for the day that they finally release The Whole Blood* Affair (both movies joined together) on 4K UHD Blu-ray along with a wealth of special features as the multiple releases on all formats to date have been pretty disappointing.


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Edit: Have added a couple of higher resolution movie posters above as the one used for this deal thread is blurry and was making my eyes hurt!
Edited by: "cheekster" 4th May
IIRC the amazon prime video versions don't have subs, even for the Japanese speaking parts.
Edited by: "Rhoobarb" 4th May
cheekster04/05/2020 17:56

Two of my fave movies. Waiting for the day that they finally release The …Two of my fave movies. Waiting for the day that they finally release The Whole Blood* Affair (both movies joined together) on 4K UHD Blu-ray along with a wealth of special features as the multiple releases on all formats to date have been pretty disappointing.[Image] Edit: Have added a couple of higher resolution movie posters above as the one used for this deal thread is blurry and was making my eyes hurt!


Totally agree... Can't believe the full bloody version of part one (Japan exclusive) hasn't had a UK release
forcedv04/05/2020 19:02

Totally agree... Can't believe the full bloody version of part one (Japan … Totally agree... Can't believe the full bloody version of part one (Japan exclusive) hasn't had a UK release


I agree. The decision to change the big fight between The Bride (Uma Thurman) and The Crazy 88s from colour to black & white (plus a few additional censorship edits) was AFAIK so it could receive a lower certification in cinemas. When movies receive a home release they often include an unrated uncensored version as the rules seem to be less strict. Unsure why Quentin Tarantino didn’t push for this to happen for markets outside of Japan not just on DVD but also on Blu-ray?

There are a number of fan edits of TWBA available on the ‘interwebs’ that include the uncensored full colour version of the above fight plus deleted scenes all seamlessly joined together in what is believed to resemble Quentin Tarantino’s original vision.
cheekster04/05/2020 19:24

I agree. The decision to change the big fight between The Bride (Uma …I agree. The decision to change the big fight between The Bride (Uma Thurman) and The Crazy 88s from colour to black & white (plus a few additional censorship edits) was AFAIK so it could receive a lower certification in cinemas. When movies receive a home release they often include an unrated uncensored version as the rules seem to be less strict. Unsure why Quentin Tarantino didn’t push for this to happen for markets outside of Japan not just on DVD but also on Blu-ray? There are a number of fan edits of TWBA available on the ‘interwebs’ that include the uncensored full colour version of the above fight plus deleted scenes all seamlessly joined together in what is believed to resemble Quentin Tarantino’s original vision.


Got to love the dedicated fans
Now just need someone to release a HD timecode version of Hard Target 🤤
forcedv05/05/2020 12:41

Got to love the dedicated fans Now just need someone to release a HD …Got to love the dedicated fans Now just need someone to release a HD timecode version of Hard Target 🤤


I remember watching quite a few timecoded copies of movies (prior to the official release dates) on VHS back in the day. Also, watching the uncensored version of Hard Target on LaserDisc. Dem were da days!
cheekster05/05/2020 12:45

I remember watching quite a few timecoded copies of movies (prior to the …I remember watching quite a few timecoded copies of movies (prior to the official release dates) on VHS back in the day. Also, watching the uncensored version of Hard Target on LaserDisc. Dem were da days!


We were fortunate enough to get the R rated Hard Target on laserdisc, vhs and dvd in the UK (the US got the heavily edited version).

The vhs timecode is far more brutal with lots of extra footage.
Never seen a good quality version of that.
Shame Universal can't be bothered to give it proper treatment.
forcedv05/05/2020 14:00

We were fortunate enough to get the R rated Hard Target on laserdisc, vhs … We were fortunate enough to get the R rated Hard Target on laserdisc, vhs and dvd in the UK (the US got the heavily edited version).The vhs timecode is far more brutal with lots of extra footage.Never seen a good quality version of that.Shame Universal can't be bothered to give it proper treatment.


For those who don’t know what we’re talking about:

Hard Target - R-Rated vs Unrated Comparison

Hard Target - Sneak Preview vs Work Print Comparison

Disappointing that Universal didn’t release this on 4K UHD Blu-ray a couple years ago for the 25th Anniversary. Along with a whole host of special features that we’ve never had!

I’ve never seen the sequel. It’s in my ‘to watch’ queue. Anyone seen it, and if so, is it any good?
Edited by: "cheekster" 5th May
Actually met John Woo back in the day (while he was prepping Face Off). A very humble, quiet, down to earth guy. Hard to believe he shot some of the most brutal heroic bloodshed movies (The Killer, Hard Boiled).

The sequel with Scott Adkins (love this guy) had practically no budget so not in the same league.
@cheekster If you want to see a hardcore Brit flick, then checkout "Avengement". Scott Adkins put his heart and soul in to this, and it shows.
forcedv05/05/2020 14:39

@cheekster If you want to see a hardcore Brit flick, then checkout …@cheekster If you want to see a hardcore Brit flick, then checkout "Avengement". Scott Adkins put his heart and soul in to this, and it shows.


I stumbled across a list of the Top 30 Best Direct to Video Action Movies somewhere on the interwebs. Thought it was on MartialArtsActionMovies but having just had a quick look, can’t see a link for it now.

In any case, I think Avengement was on that list (if not then I saw it in the list of Scott Atkins movies) and so I watched that last year along with almost all of the other movies that I hadn’t previously heard of or seen. Didn’t actually rate that. Preferred Accident Man and Undisputed 2 myself. Looking forward to watching Ip Man 4 which Scott Adkins co-stars in...
Loved Accident Man. Scott is prepping the sequel as we speak.
As for Avengement, we were lucky enough to see it on the big screen with Scott in the audience.
A cinema screening definitely makes a big difference. Was an awesome night
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