Indicator have picked up about 80 Sony titles apparently, but there are still plenty they don't yet have. I asked them, and they don't have any of these yet:Cronenfly wrote:I do not understand some of these Columbia picks at all. Has Indicator already snatched up the cream of the crop?
The Big Gundown (Sollima)
Night of the Demon (Tourneur)
The Swimmer (Perry)
Beat the Devil (Huston)
Major Dundee (Peckinpah)
Born Yesterday (Cukor)
All the King's Men (Rossen)
The Member of the Wedding (Zinnemann)
Suddenly, Last Summer (Mankiewicz)
The Chase (Penn)*
Hard Times (Hill)
California Split (Altman)
The Front (Ritt)*
Peggy Sue Got Married (Coppola)
Used Cars (Zemeckis)
Devil in a Blue Dress (Franklin)
To Sleep with Anger (Burnett)
Donnie Brasco (Newell)
Hope and Glory (Boorman)
King Lear (Brook)
I'm happy about both Drunken Master and Two Rode Together, and kinda suspected Born Free would come from Eureka too.
They're certainly not terrible choices, but others have been a bit more questionable - La Bamba, for example, or a barebones release of Roxanne. Just comes down to taste though...I personally love Lords of Dogtown, and Fright Night is certainly a popular title for them to have acquired (Indicator will have wanted that in particular).
Can't have 'em all though, I guess. Besides, Indicator have recently confirmed they have The Big Heat, Hardcore, The Deadly Affair and Mickey One, all of which could've easily been released under MoC. Question is how many of the above titles will Eureka get hold of?
EDIT: confirmed by Indicator that they will be releasing these*