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Pete 30th September 2011 04:02 PM

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Originally Posted by bdc (Post 186079)
Received this one (thanks to Nos!).

Seven Women for Satan (1976) (Mondo Macabro)

http://c.dv1.us/p1/477/036477-d0.jpg

I remember watching that when one of my sisters walked in, she watched it for about five minutes then got up and said 'you're a bloody weirdo' and then walked out :D

It's not the first time one of them have said that either.

bizarre_eye@Cult Labs 30th September 2011 04:48 PM

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Originally Posted by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs (Post 185996)
Nice ones!

You got Scarecrow early (Planet Axel, I presume? :D). I'm hoping that mine might have arrived today too (along with The Bad Seed!)

They did indeed both arrive!

Along with Synapse's BD of The Image, and Criterion's BDs of Kiss Me Deadly and The Phantom Carriage. :happy:

kingofwitches666 30th September 2011 04:55 PM

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Originally Posted by BAKA (Post 186045)
Is Dark Night Of The Scarecrow BD region free?

It is! :)

BAKA 30th September 2011 06:34 PM

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Originally Posted by kingofwitches666 (Post 186112)
It is! :)

Thank you very much indeed! I've been waiting to see if this is region free before ordering a fairly large haul from Axel.

SShaw 30th September 2011 08:32 PM

I bought A Horrible Way to Die on my way home this afternoon. Seen it twice on the big screen, but it's still a cracking film.

Phurious 1st October 2011 08:32 AM

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Originally Posted by SShaw (Post 186195)
I bought A Horrible Way to Die on my way home this afternoon. Seen it twice on the big screen, but it's still a cracking film.

Yeh, I really enjoyed that film although when I saw it at Frightfest I was in the front row and the shaky camera work made it quite an eye crossing experience. AJ Bowen is fantastic in it.

Phurious 1st October 2011 09:30 AM

7 Attachment(s)
Shameless DVDs courtesy of this forum's very own Pete (thanks mate).
Class of 1984 is a gift from a friend.
The Beyond was an eBay buy and Danger Diabolik was literally free (1.27!) from Amazon - thanks to Slippery Jack for that tip!

Refused 1st October 2011 03:21 PM

Stanley Kubrick boxset and Easy A turned up today. I have so much to get through at the moment!

Rik 1st October 2011 04:17 PM

My Lovefilm rental of The Thing turned up today so I'll be watching this tonight seeing as my missus is off to the cinema with her mates. I haven't seen it a very long time so I'm really looking forward to it


Violence is Italian Art

Stephen@Cult Labs 1st October 2011 04:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Rik (Post 186323)
My Lovefilm rental of The Thing turned up today so I'll be watching this tonight seeing as my missus is off to the cinema with her mates. I haven't seen it a very long time so I'm really looking forward to it


Violence is Italian Art

Excellent. Get you in the mood for the prequel. :D

Recieved my US Demolition Man disc this morning, after selling my Hong Kong "Pizza Hut" version. Found out that the UK disc is also the original version, unlike the BD's from other European countries.


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