[spoRv] future projects

FUTURE PROJECTS (provisional list):

[spoRv] – special preserved or Restored version

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey (BD ColourMatch the LD or DVD + LD soundtracks)
  • Alien (Director’s Cut – D-Theater + LD soundtracks)
  • Alien (Theatrical Cut – BD ColourMatch the LD or DVD + 70mm AC3 soundtrack)
  • Aliens (Special Edition – HDTV + LD soundtrack) –> eventual ColourMatch to be investigated <–
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) (BD ColourMatch the LD or DVD + LD soundtracks)
  • Back to the Future (DCP video + LD soundtracks)
  • Evil Dead (BD ColourMatch the LD or DVD + LD soundtracks)
  • Independence Day Extended Edition (BD + DVD for extended scenes + LD soundtracks)
  • (Indiana Jones and the) Raiders Of The Lost Ark (HDTV + LD sountracks)
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom (HDTV + LD sountracks)
  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (HDTV + LD sountracks)
  • Mad Max 2 (BD ColourMatch DVD or LD + LD soundtrack)
  • Lord of The Rings trilogy (Extended Edition – BD ColourMatch DVD + italian fixed audio tracks)
  • Ransom (extended cut)
  • Robin Hood (Theatrical Cut – HDTV + LD soundtracks)
  • Suspiria (BD ColourMatch the DVD or LD + LD soundtrack)
  • Total Recall (Mind Bending BD ColourMatch DVD or LD + LD soundtrack)
  • True Lies (D-Theater + LD soundtracks) –> Team Blu is working on it <–

For my projects I need soundtracks and subtitles in the following languages:

  • english
  • french
  • german
  • italian
  • spanish


from LD, BD, DVD, HD-DVD, HDTV… even from VHS if there are no better sources! Your help will be highly appreciated.


If you think a movie should receive a [spoRv] treatment, post your ideas here, using BOLD for each movie title, and explain why and how it should be preserved or restored; as you can see, I much prefer sci-fi and horror movies, but I like action too!

6 thoughts on “[spoRv] future projects

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    October 24, 2014 at 11:12am

    Hey man, first of all thank you for opening a blog to document all your projects, this is a bit easier than trying to find stuff on the forum. Second, I just wanted to ask, since I don’t see it listed in “Future Projects”, do you have the original mono italian soundtrack for The Terminator? Apparently the dvd releases, apart from being 5.1 remixes, have many chopped lines, words are missing. So if you have the Laserdisc or vhs, this would be another nice preservation. Same for the italian track for Blues Brothers, if you recall me asking about it, dvd and bd have a horrible remix.

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      October 25, 2014 at 4:53pm

      Hello Leonardo,
      great to know you are following my blog!

      I got The Terminator italian laserdisc, but, as the soundtrack is onto the analog track, and it’s one of the first italian laserdisc edition, overall quality seems to lack… but you know what? I watched it several years ago, so maybe it’s time to play it again… NOW! 😀 (I’ll post here quality considerations)

      About The Blues Brother: I have both the Pioneer and Philips italian laserdiscs, so no worry about this – it WILL be done, but as I’m pretty busy with other things (not restoration related) I can’t promise when it will be ready…

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        October 25, 2014 at 6:01pm

        Awesome. We just want the mono mixes preserved, if you do need any help with cleaning them up, by all means, contact me! I can help! 🙂
        Oh, and thanks for putting me on your partners list 😉

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    October 25, 2014 at 8:50pm

    Finished to watch it just few minutes ago… side 1 is mildly rotted for about the first half; there are some small “holes” (audio is missing for about half second), plus there are often cracks and pops, and also a kind of “helicopter” sound in a scene… side 2 is almost perfect, no noticeable noise floor.

    So, even if maybe it’s possible to clean it somehow, it will never be perfect… so, I think it’s better to try to find a clean copy, at least with the first side rot-free!

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      October 25, 2014 at 9:21pm

      If a rot-free disc cannot be found, what about a VHS source? Do you reckon it would be acceptable? We might have one on our hands (or close at hand he he)…

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        October 26, 2014 at 2:00pm

        Only if it has an Hi-Fi audio track, as the linear mono track found on the older VHS tapes is awful…
        Well, in this case, you should do all the work, though! 😀

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