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bizarre_eye@Cult Labs 1st November 2011 09:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Cap. Vic RobotPants M.D. (Post 194533)
Points well spent. A nasty, vile film that's never looked better. Also love the artwork on that cover.
" The cat's in the bag, and the bag's in the river."

I can't wait for it to arrive! :happy:

it'smebilly 1st November 2011 09:15 PM

Now that is great news, can't wait, one of my most anticipated releases.

Thanks chaps :happy:

Sam 1st November 2011 09:24 PM

Bought Prowl and Fertile Ground today in the 2 for a fiver deal in That's Entertainment (after a tip-off from PaulD on here).

oaxaca 1st November 2011 09:25 PM

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Originally Posted by sawyer6 (Post 194577)
City Girl must look stunning on bd.I own the dvd and it looks as it was made a few years back!

Yeah it really looks pristine, moreso than Sunrise and Metropolis. Although many scenes from the well preserved stock in Metropolis are near perfect too. These silent movies really get a new lease of life in HD.

Make Them Die Slowly 1st November 2011 10:17 PM

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Originally Posted by Phurious (Post 194564)
After catching up with Mark Cousin's The Story Of Film the other day I instantly picked up Daisies and after some chat on one of the other forums I grabbed The Cremator whilst I was at it.
Boogie Nights and Black Death BRs were a gift from the missus whilst we wandering around Winchester on Sunday morning, and Jerry Springer: The Opera was a Poundland find in Winchester too.
I nipped into Fopp today to ask them to remove one of those weird red security tags that stops you from opening a DVD case as they neglected to do so on one of my purchases from last week, so whilst I was there it seemed not pick something up so I went for another BFI Flipside BR; Herostratus.

Also my Liquid Sky poster managed to find it's way from the States to these fair shores after I won it on eBay a while ago. :)

"The Cremator" is a fantastic film.:)


Presently waiting for postie to deliver "Schoolgirl Hitchhikers".'Schoolgirl Hitchhikers' trailer on Vimeo

DarioFulci 1st November 2011 11:56 PM

Currently waiting for a few Video Nasties to pop through my letterbox, including the recent region 1 releases of Nightmares in a Damaged Brain and Mardi Gras Massacre.

Can't wait to get my hands on Arrow's releases of Demons 1 & 2, and Shameless' Four Flies on Grey Velvet.

Phurious 2nd November 2011 06:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Nosferatu@Cult Labs (Post 194568)
Nice purchases, Phurious. I meant to record Mark Cousins' History of Film, but forgot and so will now check the TV listings to see if it's repeated.

Cheers. The last four episodes are on 4OD, but my fingers are crossed that it'll be released in the new year on DVD or Blu.

Gigantor 2nd November 2011 10:11 AM

Raided the Cheap/Used bins on the weekend and picked up

EVIL ALIENS
BUSTED
ZAPPED
THE PARTY ANIMAL
CRITTERS/CRITTERS 2
SGT.KABUKIMAN NYPD
ALL THE LOVE YOU CANNES
HARVEY BIRDMAN ATTORNEY AT LARGE

oaxaca 2nd November 2011 10:34 AM

Damn I can't stop buying stuff lately :p

Decided to take the plunge on the 2 new Coppola BD releases:-

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Never heard of THE OUTSIDER'S before but what a great cast. Matt Dillon (not to be confused with the 10million times less talented Matt Damon :p) is one of my favourite modern actors. It also stars Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Patrick Swayze, Tom Cruise and Diane Lane! Some 80s legends there!

Baseball Fury 2nd November 2011 10:42 AM

The Outsiders is brilliant.

STAY GOLD, PONYBOY, STAY GOLD.


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