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Nosferatu@Cult Labs 23rd September 2011 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by bdc (Post 183662)
I don't think there's a budget for that. ;)

They might have the funds to supply you with their DVDs!

Sam 23rd September 2011 10:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Pete (Post 183721)
Yes, they have a copy of SPECTERS which I've been after for a while.

If I'm anywhere near, I'll have a look for you :nod:

Pete 23rd September 2011 10:07 PM

Cheers! :thumb: If you can pick it up I'll certainly make it worth you while (i think it's 2.00)

It's a pain that they wont sell it online even though it's listed in three stores!

Sam 23rd September 2011 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Nosferatu@Cult Labs (Post 183722)
It doesn't just look good, it looks great!

Seconded, stunning for a film of its age :nod:

Sam 23rd September 2011 10:36 PM

Watched The Last Gun tonight - an enjoyable Spaghetti Western with a solid, albeit cliched, plot centred around a gunslinger trying to forget his past but being dragged back to his old ways :rolleyes:. The blu ray from Mill Creek has strong colours and probably looks as good as the film ever will but there is quite a bit of print damage so anyone looking for a pristine transfer will be disappointed. It's great to see a fairly obscure Spaghetti Western like this being released on blu ray at all and I'm looking forward to checking out the other half of the double bill.

Slippery Jack 24th September 2011 09:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Pete (Post 183726)
It's a pain that they wont sell it online even though it's listed in three stores!

I hate it when that happens :mmph:

I wonder how many copies they need to flog it online . . . ?

Stephen@Cult Labs 24th September 2011 09:46 AM

Recieved my US blu-ray of Fast Five this morning. After people complaining that the art didn't match the other four, it turns out that the art inside the slipcase is indeed similar to the other blu's.

http://tapatalk.com/mu/5c021627-a6da-5323.jpg

antmumford 24th September 2011 10:27 AM

I know I said I haven't any money but I found a few bargains that my credit card could handle. I'm trying to collect the Jackie Chan HKL Ultrabit collection and after trawling around online week after week after week I managed to get both Spiritual Kung Fu and The Protector for only 22.50.
I also found Killer Meteors (Eastern Heroes) for only 4 too, the next cheapest price was 15.61 after that. :eek:

Something else had slipped through the net and my fingers recently; Cine Asia released a Sainsburys exclusive boxset of both Fist of Fury and New Fist of Fury. The amazing thing is that the New Fist of Fury in the set is actually the Ultrabit version which I'm after and that alone goes for at least 21.25 online but the boxset is only 12.99 :woot:

I'm a very happy man! :nod:

Stephen@Cult Labs 24th September 2011 10:31 AM

Think I pay more than 21 for New Fist Of Fury. :eek:

antmumford 24th September 2011 10:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Stephen@Cult Labs (Post 183769)
Recieved my US blu-ray of Fast Five this morning. After people complaining that the art didn't match the other four, it turns out that the art inside the slipcase is indeed similar to the other blu's.

http://tapatalk.com/mu/5c021627-a6da-5323.jpg

Blimey that internal artwork has no imagination or effort involved at all, looks like some kind of buget range or something :fear:

Great film though and I'll have to pick up the steelbook soon to coincide with my parts 1-4 steelbook. :nod:


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