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TweakTown's Digital Lounge Blu-ray Awards 2008 - Digital Lounge Blu-ray Awards 2008

Rewarding those whom have rewarded us.

| Editorials in HT & Movies | Posted: Dec 30, 2008 5:00 am

Best Catalogue Release

 

Criteria: Best visual and audio remastering for an older title, released previously, including quality of extra features.

 

TweakTown's Digital Lounge Blu-ray Awards 2008

 

Winner: The Nightmare Before Christmas (Disney)

 

Runner Up: Dr. No (Twentieth Century Fox)

 

Best Studio

 

Criteria: Consistence of quality releases is a must, including quality of image and audio quality, consistency of lossless audio and at the very least, including special features from DVD release, if not more.

 

TweakTown's Digital Lounge Blu-ray Awards 2008

 

Winner: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

 

Runner Up: Disney Home Entertainment

 

Best Overall Release

 

Criteria: Best Blu-ray release based on image, audio and special feature quality, as well as the quality of the movie in general.

 

TweakTown's Digital Lounge Blu-ray Awards 2008

 

Winner: Iron Man (Paramount Home Entertainment)

 

Runner Up: The Godfather Trilogy (Paramount Home Entertainment)

 

We sincerely hope you enjoyed our content throughout the year. Please feel free to discuss this in our forums and we look forward to the bounty of Blu-ray goodness in 2009!

 

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