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Website DiscussionNew posts in this threadgoodguy's Credit Lookup Plus  (1 2 3 ...26 )
No blame on you, just the presentation of this profile in the CLT tools irritates me. Sorry for any confusion...

General DiscussionNew posts in this threadMiscellaneous Reviews  (1 2 3 ...112 )
Quoting Addicted2DVD:

Title: The Thing

Year: 1982
Director: John Carpenter (1948)
Writer: Bill Lancaster (Screenwriter), John W. Campbell, Jr. (Story By)
Rating: R
Length: 109 Min.
Video: Widescreen 2.35:1
Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio: 5.1, French: DTS: 5.1, Commentary: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish

Kurt Russell as MacReady
Wilford Brimley [A. Wilford Brimley] as Blair
T. K. Carter as Nauls
David Clennon as Palmer
Keith David as Childs
Richard Dysart as Dr. Copper

Horror-meister John Carpenter (Halloween, Escape from New York) teams Kurt Russell's outstanding performance with incredible visuals to build this chilling version of the classic The Thing. In the winter of 1982, a twelve-man research team at a remote Antarctic research station discovers an alien buried in the snow for over 100,000 years. Once unfrozen, the form-changing alien wreaks havoc, creates terror and becomes one of them.

Scene Access
Audio Commentary

My Thoughts:

I thought I seen this film many years ago but I was mistaken. I am so glad I watched this one today! It was no less then an amazing film. The story, the cast, the effects... there was nothing I could find to complain about. It even found something to give me, a person that has been a horror fanatic for 40+ year the creeps. That alone I found amazing! But when that head grew spider legs it gave this arachnaphobic the creeps. I found this film to be nothing less then fantastic. A must see!

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

Pete, I am surprised, have you been living in a cave or the Antarctic? It is fantastic and creeped me out when I saw it on video when I was 13-14.

It is one of the all time greats, and the equal to the original. I recommend giving the prequel (2011) a go as well, not as good but worth your time.


New Users ForumNew posts in this threadHTML help  (1 2 )
Ninja Clash Heroes is an online game where you will fight weapons against players from all over the world. This is another installment of the third person-themed shooter, Clash 3D. This time, the game is set in ancient Japan and you get to control the ninja characters! Fight with your teammates and defeat the enemy! Click here t rex game

New Users ForumNew posts in this threadNewbie  (1 2 3 )
Sometimes, in life, there are times when everything seems to be against you, to the point where you feel like you can't stand it for another minute. But try not to give up and  tetris

New Users ForumNew posts in this threadAble to add duplicate copies?
Thank you so much for the informative and interesting post
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General DiscussionNew posts in this threadHow many 4K titles do you own?  (1 2 3 4 )
3: Black Hawk Down steelbook (because it's a sweet-looking steelbook and because it was the only way to get the legacy features from the 3-disc DVD set....which are on the BD here, not the 4K)
  Field of Dreams (again, sweet-looking steelbook and filmed 90 minutes away from me)
  The Deer Hunter (only way to get the new bonus features...which are on the BD!)

Layouts and ReportsNew posts in this threadCoffee Table Book
Has anyone ever created a coffee table book by using a report or created a report that one may like. I wanna create a book so I can inform guest that come over to my house on to what movies I own and all and not have to pull up the website nor show them my iPad.


DVD Profiler OnlineNew posts in this threadWhat DVDs have you bought this week?  (1 2 3 ...434 )
Red Tails

Region 1

Released: 5/22/2012

Widescreen 2.40


Region 1

Released: 2/19/2008

Anamorphic 2.35

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Region 1

Released: 11/1/2011


Region 1

Released: 1/26/2010

Anamorphic 2.40

Blade: The Series: The Complete Series

Region 1

Released: 2/12/2008

Anamorphic 1.78

Trouble With the Curve

Regions 1, 4

Released: 12/18/2012

Anamorphic 2.40

DVD Profiler OnlineNew posts in this threadWhat Blu-rays have you Bought this Week  (1 2 3 ...297 )
Dead in Tombstone

Regions AllRegions AllA

Released: 10/22/2013

Widescreen 1.78

Machete Kills

Regions AllRegions AllABC

Released: 1/21/2014

Widescreen 1.85

The Resident Evil Collection

Region A

Released: 9/4/2012

Widescreen 2.40

Gran Torino

Regions ABC

Released: 6/9/2009

Widescreen 2.40

Man of Steel

Regions AllRegions AllABC

Released: 11/12/2013

Widescreen 2.40

Contribution DiscussionNew posts in this threadLanguage Variants  -  Audio Tracks and Subtitles
As far as I know, the ISO table 639.2 is used for language identification on a blu ray. Following this table, it is not possible to encode French(Quebec) or Spanish(South American) etc.


I would use the language which is shown by BD-Info and completely ignoring the local accents and dialects.

It would be nice, it DVDP would allow to add comments to audio tracks and subtitles (who can be heard in the commentary; sometimes we have different dubbing for Germany, Austria and (more often) Switzerland; which languages are intermixed on multilanguage tracks, ...) but I don't see a way to get such nice to have features implemented in the forseeable future... 

Website DiscussionNew posts in this threadHaving a lot of propblems lately with Login
it appears to be running better today..  ( Firefox browser latest update)