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Old 8th June 2010, 08:39 AM
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Just found these and it'd be a great addition for this package (at 30 min. total) but probably too late (Tim Lucas, Irene Miracle and Keith Emerson @ 35mm screening of Inferno last fall):

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Loved Keith's Verdi story. I can't remember if we've seen scoring footage but now I want to look closer at the orchestra for reactions to the screen footage. I wonder where all the extra Irene Miracle footage went?

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Wow you guys really do treat us I bought the city blu ray and wow there is so much stuff on there thanks again and look forward to your other releases
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Im looking forward to seeing the extras
Arrow always cater for those who love the extra features like moi

Will it not be possible to make the extras that have been filmed esp for this release in 1080P instead of 1080i?
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Im looking forward to seeing the extras
Arrow always cater for those who love the extra features like moi

Will it not be possible to make the extras that have been filmed esp for this release in 1080P instead of 1080i?
They were handed in ages ago so nope.
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Can't wait for this - possibly my favourite Argento. I have the old Anchor Bay edition and the Italian DVD, but it will be great to finally have a release with some decent extras.
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Old 24th June 2010, 02:55 PM
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I'm convinced that some years ago one of Sky's movie channels screened this version of TBC several times in one of those 'Let's put any old rubbish on' early morning slots. Never got the chance to catch it.
Yes, I remember taping it at the time. Not sure I watched more than a few minutes of it, it wasn't exactly the 'Suspiria Pt 3' I was expecting.
Wouldn't mind giving it another go but God knows where the tape is now!
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It will be really tough to do a top-10 releases of the year, with this competing alongside The Exorcist, City of the Living Dead, Day of the Dead, Martin and numerous other top releases will probably come to me as soon as I hit 'Submit Reply'!
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Yes, I remember taping it at the time. Not sure I watched more than a few minutes of it, it wasn't exactly the 'Suspiria Pt 3' I was expecting.
Wouldn't mind giving it another go but God knows where the tape is now!
Apart from Luigi Cozzi's involvement i also believe Caroline Munro stars in the film but that's about as much as i know about this version of TBC!
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I'm convinced that some years ago one of Sky's movie channels screened this version of TBC several times in one of those 'Let's put any old rubbish on' early morning slots. Never got the chance to catch it.
I remember taping it. Getting through it was a bit of an ordeal, it is pretty bad. I can't remember much about it - probably some kind of subconscious repression going on there.

I'm not much of a Cozzi fan, with the exception of The Dark Is Death's Friend which is a great movie.
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I'm not much of a Cozzi fan, with the exception of The Dark Is Death's Friend which is a great movie.
The Dark is Death's Friend (aka The Killer Must Kill Again) is indeed a fine Giallo with some surprisingly nasty moments. I'd also offer up Contamination and Starcrash as being heaps of fun too, but not great films by any means - highly entertaining, though IMO!

I did catch The Black Cat on Sky last century (been dying to use that phrase LOL!) and it was...okay, but nothing more. I did watch it right through, so I guess I must have a higher tolerance for crap than most people.
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I like Contamination, it's cheesy as hell and has a superb Goblin score (later pinched by Bruno Mattei for Zombie Creeping Flesh)

Cozzi's Paganini Horror is one of the worst films ever made.
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[b]I'd also offer up Contamination and Starcrash as being heaps of fun too, but not great films by any means - highly entertaining, though IMO!
I admit to a certain affection for Starcrash. When I was a kid in the early 1980s I remember my Dad mistaking it for Star Wars and bringing it home from the local video library - the impression on a young mind of Caroline Munro in those outfits remains indelibly etched in my subconscious!

Have you seen the UK DVD at all? I'm trying to decide whether it is worth picking up as I only have an old pre-cert VHS copy.
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