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Old 11-05-22, 02:11 PM
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Blade Runner - The Film Vault Range [4K Ultra HD] [1982]

Blade Runner - The Film Vault Range [4K Ultra HD] [1982]



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EXCLUSIVE FEATURES

PET Slipcover, detailing the title’s numbered entry in the collection | Newly Commissioned Key Art from Vice Press, revealed with removal of slipcover and printed on rigid clamshell outer case with magnetic clasp | Crystal Display Plaque, etched with title treatment, in-world motif, and unique numbering between 1 and 3,000, housed in bespoke internal fitment | Large Format Art Cards, featuring concept drawings, BTS imagery, film trivia and original theatrical poster artwork, held in branded capacity envelope | CD-Sized Digipak with Slipcover | In-World Artefact - A3 Spinner vehicle blueprint

ON-DISC SPECIAL FEATURES

Introduction by Ridley Scott | Three Filmmaker Commentaries, Including One by Ridley Scott
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This looks cool. However, I wish they'd included all the other cuts to make it a truly definitive set.

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Old 11-05-22, 05:30 PM
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Re: Blade Runner - The Film Vault Range [4K Ultra HD] [1982]

Beside the packaging, what is different this time around since the late 2000s version with the "plastic briefcase" ?
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Seems it's all about the fancy packaging: https://entertainment-focus.com/2022...ed-edition-4k/

Introducing ‘The Film Vault’ – A Brand New Range Of Classic Films On Limited Edition 4K

‘The Film Vault’ is launching this December, with a brand-new collector’s range featuring classic titles across the Warner Bros. Discovery and Universal Pictures catalogues. ‘Blade Runner’, ‘Goodfellas’, ‘Scarface’, and ‘1917’ are being re-released with four highly-collectable and beautifully packaged editions on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray.

With striking, newly-commissioned artwork based around a key scene from each of the films, and unique packaging, these limited edition 4K releases are sure to be a must-have for any serious film collector’s shelves. Each title will build towards a numbered Film Vault collection, comprising some of the greatest titles in cinema.

The four titles are on 4K UHD for ultimate home cinema picture and sound, and packaged in an acetate slip-cover detailing the title’s numbered entry in the collection. They feature newly commissioned key art from Vice Press by renowned artists Matt Ferguson and Florey, printed on a rigid clamshell outer case with a magnetic clasp, that contains a digipak housing a 4K Ultra HD and a Blu-ray copy of the film, a branded envelope, deluxe artcards, and in some cases a reproduction ‘in world artefact’ from the film.

Completing each set is a new premium collectable – a beautifully etched and individually numbered crystal display plaque, bearing each film’s title treatment and motif.



BLADE RUNNER (1982)

Ridley Scott’s visually spectacular action-packed and powerfully prophetic sci-fi classic. Harrison Ford stars as 21st-century detective Rick Deckard, hunting for fugitive, murderous replicants – and is drawn to a mystery woman (Sean Young) whose secrets may undermine his soul.

Contained in the set:

– Premium collectible – individually numbered crystal display plaque

– Branded envelope containing large format art cards featuring concept drawings, behind the scenes imagery, film

trivia and original theatrical poster artwork

– CD sized digipack + slipcover housing a 4K Ultra HD and a Blu-ray copy of the film

– In world artefact – A3 Spinner vehicle blueprint


GOODFELLAS (1990)

Martin Scorsese’s unforgettable film explores the criminal life like no other movie, following the rise and fall of a trio of gangsters – played by Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Ray Liotta – it’s an electrifying, fact-inspired tale of living – and dying.

Contained in the set:

– Premium collectible – individually numbered crystal display plaque

– Branded envelope containing large format art cards featuring film stills and behind the scenes imagery

– CD sized digipack + slipcover housing a 4K Ultra HD and a Blu-ray copy of the film

– A3 film poster


SCARFACE (1983)

A gangster classic and a cultural phenomenon, brilliantly directed by Brian De Palma, starring Al Pacino as Tony Montana, a man who came in search of the American Dream, and found it on the sun-washed avenues of Miami… wealth, power and passion beyond his wildest dreams.

Contained in the set:

– Premium collectible – individually numbered crystal display plaque

– Branded envelope containing large format art cards featuring film stills and behind the scenes imagery

– CD sized digipack + slipcover housing a 4K Ultra HD and a Blu-ray copy of the film

– Headshot art cards featuring publicity images of the key cast

– In world artefact – Tony Montana’s Green Card


1917 (2020)

Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes brings his singular vision to his World War I epic, with two young British soldiers (George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman) given a seemingly impossible mission to cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers.

Contained in the set:

– Premium collectible – individually numbered crystal display plaque

– Branded envelope containing large format art cards featuring film stills and behind the scenes imagery

– CD sized digipack + slipcover housing a 4K Ultra HD and a Blu-ray copy of the film

– Character cards featuring key cast and quotes from the film

– In world artefact – Schofield’s 2 family photographs in tobacco tin envelope



In this article:1917, Blade Runner, Goodfellas, Scarface, The Film Vault

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Re: Blade Runner - The Film Vault Range [4K Ultra HD] [1982]

Cute. Fancy. Kinda sexy, even.

But I'll keep my HD-DVD Briefcase of Bladerunner, if I want all of those things.
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25 year old me would have gone gaga over those. 42 year old me just sees a bunch a junk. Cool looking packaging though.

To me, the 2007 5-disc release of Blade Runner is the absolute pinnacle of Blu-ray!
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Re: Blade Runner - The Film Vault Range [4K Ultra HD] [1982]

Originally Posted by GoldenJCJ View Post
25 year old me would have gone gaga over those. 42 year old me just sees a bunch a junk. Cool looking packaging though.
This is what I thought when I first purchased the Criterion laserdisc version in the 1990s, though not at age 25.
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Re: Blade Runner - The Film Vault Range [4K Ultra HD] [1982]

Originally Posted by GoldenJCJ View Post
25 year old me would have gone gaga over those. 42 year old me just sees a bunch a junk. Cool looking packaging though.

To me, the 2007 5-disc release of Blade Runner is the absolute pinnacle of Blu-ray!

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25 year old me would have gone gaga over those. 42 year old me just sees a bunch a junk. Cool looking packaging though.

To me, the 2007 5-disc release of Blade Runner is the absolute pinnacle of Blu-ray!
Which is why I said I wish it had all the alternate cuts. The packaging looks cool, but it won't get me to upgrade my BD set unless it has all 5 cuts on 4K.
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