Why don't they just tell us?


Active Member
With all the Kill Bill problems (HK and Thai) and plenty of other non information, I was wondering if there is any reason that we never know for certain what is on a dvd until we go out and buy it.

Press releases are not always accurate. In fact we have a huge advantage over the rest of the world by searching through the bbfc site to check for extras but even that is not conclusive evidence (ie Dumb and Dumber).

I imagine it takes many weeks to come up with the contents of a disc and they would have a complete disc ready long before production starts, yet it is felt unwise to 'leak' this info to people who are likely to buy the disc. So why the secrecy?


Staff member
I suppose it could be explained by the fact that they really don't want us buying discs "out of territory". You can usually find out what's on your local version - and that's what "they" want you to buy.

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