posted April 01, 2019 02:53 PM
That's a really tough one. As much as I love the film aesthetic, and how much fun it is to run an "event" title such as this, the expense of this print is getting so high as to make the purchase of a video projector look affordable. And projecting this from Blu-ray also gives you the option of kick-in-the-behind sound that 16mm can't deliver.
I do NOT intend to make this a film-vs.-video rant or argument. Just pointing out the fact that the advantages and disadvantages of each format come strongly into play with a title like this - BUT a big screen is the appropriate way to go no matter what!
posted April 02, 2019 11:47 PM
The Film went for over 1400 and it reveals that film has no set price it's whatever someone will pay for it. Ebay shows again that the same types of movies always sell for high no matter what the Condition, stock or color quality is. I hope the buyer pays having only 191 rating.