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    Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

    The howling (1981)
    An American Werewolf in London (1981)
    Love Bite (2012)
    Ginger Snaps (2000)
    Dog Soldiers (2002)

    These are amazing werewolf cult favorites

    I'd also like to see
    Real Steel (2011)
    The Thor movies
    The Avengers (2012)
    Pitch Perfect (2012)

    If Vudu wants to keep there people happy they need to try to get mine and others wish list done

    #2
    Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

    Originally posted by Julius View Post
    The howling (1981)
    An American Werewolf in London (1981)
    Love Bite (2012)
    Ginger Snaps (2000)
    Dog Soldiers (2002)

    These are amazing werewolf cult favorites

    I'd also like to see
    Real Steel (2011)
    The Thor movies
    The Avengers (2012)
    Pitch Perfect (2012)

    If Vudu wants to keep there people happy they need to try to get mine and others wish list done
    Out of your list only Pitch Perfect is Ultraviolet. Movies need to be UV to be eligible for Disc to Digital. Ultraviolet status is not determined by Vudu, it is a Studio decision.

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      #3
      Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

      Originally posted by Grey Ghost View Post
      Out of your list only Pitch Perfect is Ultraviolet. Movies need to be UV to be eligible for Disc to Digital. Ultraviolet status is not determined by Vudu, it is a Studio decision.
      There have been a few D2D titles that were not UV so that isn't a requirement for D2D, but it is the norm.

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        #4
        Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

        Here is a list of titles we're waiting on:

        The Adventures of Ford Fairlane (1990; 20th Century Fox)
        Armageddon (1998; Buena Vista Pictures) - currently for rent only
        Baby Take A Bow (1934; Fox Film)
        The Beautiful Truth (documentary; Cinema Libre)
        Bell, Book and Candle (1958; Columbia Pictures)
        The Blue Bird (1940; 20th Century Fox)
        Bright Eyes (1934; Fox Films)
        Bye Bye Love (20th Century Fox)
        Change of Habit (1969; Universal)
        The Cheyenne Social Club (Warner Bros.)
        Cocoon (1985; 20th Century Fox)
        The Creature Walks Among Us (1956; Universal)
        Crime Story (1993; Golden Harvest/Miramax Films)
        Cutthroat Island (Lionsgate)
        The Cutting Edge (1992; MGM)
        Dawn of the Dead (1978; United Film Distribution Company)
        Day of the Dead (2008; Millennium Entertainment)
        Death Hunt (20th Century Fox)
        Don't Tell Mom the Baby Sitter is Dead (Warner Brothers)
        D.O.A. (1988; Touchstone Pictures)
        Dreamer (2005; DreamWorks)
        Easy Come Easy Go (1967; Paramount)
        The Enemy Within (HBO Video)
        Evil Dead 2 (Paramount Pictures)
        Explorers (1985; Paramount Pictures)
        The Evil That Men Do (Tri-Star Pictures)
        Frankie and Johnny (1966; UA/MGM)
        Frequency (2000; New Line Cinema/Warner Brothers?)
        From Beyond (1986; Empire Records)
        The Gerson Miracle (Documentary)
        Haunted Honeymoon (1986; Orion/MGM)
        Hawk the Slayer (ITC Entertainment/Associated Communications Corp)
        Hellraiser (Image Entertainment)
        Here On Earth (2000; 20th Century Fox)
        The Hero and the Terror (1988; Cannon Films)
        If Looks Could Kill (1991; WB)
        The Illusionist (2006; Yari Film Group)
        Invaders From Mars (1986; Cannon Pictures/Archor Bay)
        Iron Eagle (1986; TriStar/Sony)
        Legend of Drunken Master; AKA Drunken Master II (1994/2000; Dimension Films/Golden Harvest)
        Little Big Soldier (Polybona Films/JCE Movies Limited)
        Loving You (1957; Paramount)
        The Mechanic (1972; United Artists/MGM)
        Mirror Mirror (Relativity Media)
        Missing in Action (1984; MGM)
        Mrs. Doubtfire (20th Century Fox)
        The Perfect Game (Image Entertainment/RLJ Entertainment)
        Phenomenon (Buena Vista)
        Prelude to a Kiss (1992; 20th Century Fox)
        Real Steel (DreamWorks)
        Roustabout (1964; Paramount Pictures)
        Run (1991; Hollywood Pictures/Buena Vista)
        Scream 2 (Dimension Films)
        Scream 3 (Dimension Films)
        Shanghai Noon (Touchstone Pictures)
        Shiloh (Warner Bros. Family Entertainment)
        Shoot To Kill (1988; Touchstone)
        Short Circuit (TriStar Pictures/Sony Pictures)
        Smitty (2012; TriCoast Studios)
        Space Camp (1986)
        Spy Kids (2001; Dimension Films/The Weinstein Company)
        Spy Kids 2 (2002; Dimension Films/The Weinstein Company))
        Spy Kids 3 (2003; Dimension Films/The Weinstein Company))
        Take Her She's Mine (1961; 20th Century Fox)
        10 to Midnight (Cannon Films/MGM)
        10 Things I Hate About You (1999; Buena Vista)
        12:01 (1993; New Line Cinema)
        This Island Earth (1955; Universal)
        Tuff Turf (New World Pictures/Fox?)
        The Vanishing (1993; 20th Century Fox)
        WarGames (1983; MGM/UA)
        Warlock (1989; Lionsgate Entertainment)
        What If? (Gaiam)
        Where the Red Fern Grows (1974; Doty-Dayton Releasing)
        Willow (MGM)
        You Gotta Stay Happy (1948; Universal-International)
        Young Frankenstein (1974; 20th Century Fox)

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          #5
          Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

          Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
          There have been a few D2D titles that were not UV so that isn't a requirement for D2D, but it is the norm.
          No it is a requirement, those movies either were mistakes or were in the process of becoming UV.

          http://www.vudu.com/disc_to_digital.html
          All Disc-to-Digital titles and movies* you own on VUDU will now be UltraViolet compatible.

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            #6
            Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

            Originally posted by Julius View Post
            The howling (1981)
            An American Werewolf in London (1981)
            Love Bite (2012)
            Ginger Snaps (2000)
            Dog Soldiers (2002)

            These are amazing werewolf cult favorites

            I'd also like to see
            Real Steel (2011)
            The Thor movies
            The Avengers (2012)
            Pitch Perfect (2012)

            If Vudu wants to keep there people happy they need to try to get mine and others wish list done
            Some of these movies are impossible (Avengers, Thor, Howling) seeing as MGM and Disney own them, and MGM and Disney simply don't support D2D.

            That said, American Werewolf in London would be nice. It's a Universal title, so it's surprising it isnt UV or D2D yet.

            Another couple oddities: Mel Brooks' 'History of the World Part I' and 'Young Frankenstein'. Both films are from Fox, who generally support UV. Their D2D omission is unfortunate.

            The big ones I'm waiting on are (not including MGM or Disney titles) are:

            Scream 2
            Scream 3
            JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time
            Young Frankenstein
            History of the World Part I
            Explorers
            Revenge of the Nerds

            It drives me nuts that I have Scream 1 and 4 in my collection, but not 2 and 3. Also I have all the Revenge of the Nerds sequels, but not the original.

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              #7
              Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

              MGM actually does support UV, but hasn't added many of their catalog titles yet. There have been a few that were UV at one point, but were later removed.

              Robocop 1,2,3
              Hot Tub Time Machine,
              Good Bad Ugly
              Hang Em High
              A Fistfull of Dollars
              For A Few Dolloars More

              I have heard reports that some studios wanted to delay the launch of UV until the Common File Format was ready. Fox was one of those studios. Maybe when it is ready, more titles from Fox and MGM will be released.

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                #8
                Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

                The African Queen
                The Jazz Singer
                Val Lewton's movies
                Young Frankenstein
                The Quiet Man
                In a Lonely Place
                Halloween

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                  #9
                  Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

                  Originally posted by echopulse View Post
                  MGM actually does support UV, but hasn't added many of their catalog titles yet. There have been a few that were UV at one point, but were later removed.

                  Robocop 1,2,3
                  Hot Tub Time Machine,
                  Good Bad Ugly
                  Hang Em High
                  A Fistfull of Dollars
                  For A Few Dolloars More

                  I have heard reports that some studios wanted to delay the launch of UV until the Common File Format was ready. Fox was one of those studios. Maybe when it is ready, more titles from Fox and MGM will be released.
                  I think with MGM, they've been through bankruptcy so many times, it's hard to know who owns what when it comes to their catalog titles. I believe this is what's causing the delay on their part. They probably have a team of lawyers working 24/7 just trying to figure out what they actually own.

                  I can understand why they initially wanted to wait until the CFF was ready. With the CFF, it lets them do a single encode, package it according to a single spec, and give it to all providers. I think it became apparent the CFF had no chance of being finalized before the originally agreed upon rollout date, and they may have agreed that it was better to get something out there (streaming) to at least get UV some mindshare with consumers.

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                    #10
                    wants !!

                    Halloween 1,4,5
                    The Howling
                    The Fog (1980)
                    Evil Dead 2
                    Koyaanisqatsi
                    Powaqqatsi
                    Spaceballs
                    The Punisher (1989)
                    Warlock
                    Mimic
                    Akira
                    The African Queen
                    Maniac Cop 1 & 2
                    Night of the Living Dead (1968)
                    Day of the Dead (1985)
                    Dawn of the Dead (1978)
                    Return of the Living Dead
                    Suspiria
                    Tenebre
                    Inferno
                    Deep Red
                    Phenomena
                    Demons 1 & 2
                    House by The Cemetry
                    The Beyond
                    City of the Living Dead
                    Basket Case 1,2,3
                    Life Force
                    Scanners
                    The Brood
                    Flesh for Frankenstein
                    Blood For Dracula
                    Fear City
                    Frankenhooker
                    The Exterminator
                    Mad Max
                    Raw Deal
                    Running Man
                    Red Heat
                    Red Scorpion
                    Joshua Tree
                    Rambo 2 & 3
                    Rocky 2,3,4,5
                    Cyborg
                    Death Warrant
                    Double Impact
                    Lionheart
                    Universal Soldier
                    Delta Force 1 & 2
                    Missing In Action 1 & 2
                    Lone Wolf Mcquade
                    Code of Silence
                    Firewalker (currently rent only)
                    Hero and the Terror
                    Breaker! Breaker!
                    Invasion USA
                    American Ninja 1,2,3,4,5

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                      #11
                      Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

                      Despicable Me(not sure why this is not available yet)
                      Willow
                      Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
                      The Terminal
                      Catch Me if You Can
                      The Color Purple
                      Rocky II-IV
                      Halloween
                      Titanic

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                        #12
                        Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

                        Set It Off
                        Money Talks
                        Sugar Hill
                        Romancing The Stone
                        Across The Hall
                        Stolen
                        Into The Blue
                        The Others
                        Reindeer Games
                        The Five Heartbeats
                        Paid In Full
                        Lawless
                        Planet Terror
                        Death Proof
                        Supercop
                        Take Me Home Tonight
                        21 & Over
                        Safe Haven
                        Derailed
                        Triangle
                        Act of Valor
                        Bound
                        Artificial Intelligence (A.I.)
                        Killer Movie
                        Trust
                        Love & Other Drugs
                        Jacobs Ladder

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                          #13
                          Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

                          I would love to see the comedy classic "Bachelor Party" with Tom Hanks added to UV/Vudu. As far as I know that gem never even made it to DVD. One of the funniest movies ever but a sense of shame for Tom Hanks.

                          also could someone finally get "Frequency" with Jim Caveziel loaded already.

                          "Seabiscuit", "Hidalgo" would also be nice to have

                          Also like to see 'Always" with Richard Dreyfuss and Audrey Hepburn (her last role btw).

                          And HDX version of "The Abyss" seriously they have SD but not HDX.

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                            #14
                            Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

                            Originally posted by mgbcondor View Post
                            I would love to see the comedy classic "Bachelor Party" with Tom Hanks added to UV/Vudu. As far as I know that gem never even made it to DVD. One of the funniest movies ever but a sense of shame for Tom Hanks.

                            also could someone finally get "Frequency" with Jim Caveziel loaded already.

                            "Seabiscuit", "Hidalgo" would also be nice to have

                            Also like to see 'Always" with Richard Dreyfuss and Audrey Hepburn (her last role btw).

                            And HDX version of "The Abyss" seriously they have SD but not HDX.
                            Bachelor Party is available on blu-ray:

                            http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Bachel...Blu-ray/64335/

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                              #15
                              Re: Movies I'd like to see added to disc to digital

                              Thanks Lujan for the link. Havent checked in years cause i just gave up on looking. Still wish it was on Vudu.

                              Another one is the 2009 horror movie "The Collector" (not the 60's version with Terrence Stamp). Now Vudu does have the 2012 sequel "The Collection" and I have that but want the 2009 version. Awesome scary movie from the creators of the Saw series.

                              Another is "Starman" with Jeff Bridges.

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