Mulholland Drive: 20th Anniversary Collector's Edition 4K UHD

RedDevil85

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Artwork showing on French/German listings for the StudioCanal Collector's Edition.
UK release ending up the same seems very likely but still TBA/TBC.

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Jim Di Griz

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As others have mentioned - its a nice image but it doesn't feel like the film at all to me. The previous Blu-ray set nailed it.
 

RedDevil85

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UK release now confirmed and out on 22nd November 2021 6th December 2021
HMV pre-order link/details added to OP.

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Clock'd 0ne

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Kind of torn now between keeping my Criterion order or waiting and hoping that this is both encoded by FiM for StudioCanal and also doesn't suffer the horrible compression problems that they've hit some other releases with (though Criterion are guilty of that too but 4K is new territory, so who knows).
 

Amoku

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Does it incude subtitles? I have 500 blu ray titles and only five of those have no English captions for the hard of hearing.

All five are David Lynch titles. The two Studio Canal releases of MD I have both don't include them. Neither does Blu Velvet. Neither does Inland Empire (the latter has a subtitle track included for the Polish parts but English dialogue was removed from the SRT file in this UK release).

Criterion list SDH captions on their website for the Criteron UHD release.
 

Jim Di Griz

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Kind of torn now between keeping my Criterion order or waiting and hoping that this is both encoded by FiM for StudioCanal and also doesn't suffer the horrible compression problems that they've hit some other releases with (though Criterion are guilty of that too but 4K is new territory, so who knows).
Best waiting anyway I think to see what we get...
 

Amoku

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Kind of torn now between keeping my Criterion order or waiting and hoping that this is both encoded by FiM for StudioCanal and also doesn't suffer the horrible compression problems that they've hit some other releases with (though Criterion are guilty of that too but 4K is new territory, so who knows).

The new 4K HDR transfer was done at Fotokem in LA under the presence and supervision of both Lynch and Deming. Lynch's visits to the Fotokem were some of his first outings from self-isolation during the lockdown. Fokokem are legit and are long-time Lynch collaborators.

Criterion are using the same transfer. I would presume they won't mess up the encode with these new landmark releases. Especially with flexibility afforded by UHD discs.
 

Clock'd 0ne

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Thanks, that’s great insight. I also think they are going to try to come in very strong in the 4K market and not put out anything sub-standard.
 

RedDevil85

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Kind of torn now between keeping my Criterion order or waiting and hoping that this is both encoded by FiM for StudioCanal and also doesn't suffer the horrible compression problems that they've hit some other releases with (though Criterion are guilty of that too but 4K is new territory, so who knows).

With FiM promoting the SC release we can rest easy knowing they're on encoding duties :smashin:

 

Jim Di Griz

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With FiM promoting the SC release we can rest easy knowing they're on encoding duties :smashin:

Not that bothered about the art but I really like the side with the title in huge text...hope that stays. Does seem a bit 'lightweight' for tat mind.
 

rulocal

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rulocal

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Clock'd 0ne

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I have switched out my order for this and some other films from Criterion to Barnes & Noble with their 50% off Criterion sale (to ship via Stackry).

This, Menace II Society, Uncut Gems and the upcoming Once Upon A Time In China complete collection, all for about $110. Very excited now and even if the FiM encode for SC works out better than Criterion’s I can decide more easily at the price I paid which to keep!
 

IGC

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Amazon US have this for $24.99 so £29.98inc with their currency charge (always 3%-4% higher than my currency fee free cards).

Amazon product

I'll probably go with the UK or Australian release. Tempted by that Zoom price but not too much as I'm not sure they'll even be here.
 

rulocal

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Removed, as linked price was for Blu-ray version...
 
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rulocal

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shinywizard

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So is the SC 4K set missing some extras that where on the previous release? I see no mention anywhere of the Lynch/Watts interview or the deleted scene etc. Which is very curious if they’re gone. I was kind of hoping this would be the “definitive” and complete version to own.
 

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