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PaulD 23rd December 2011 11:00 AM


Originally Posted by Nosferatu@Cult Labs (Post 205359)
Great selection of titles there, Paul.

Cheers Nos.

Also just ordered:

All ex-rental stock from Blockbuster Marketplace so came to 18 overall (I hope they have the same extras as often rental discs don't - no real way to find out though). And, that's me done for quite some time. As of now I'm not buying anymore discs - have more than enough in my unwatched disc pile, need to conserve money for university and even if a really good offer turns up online they usually come back at some point, sometimes even cheaper. Admittedly, I might break this rule for a few upcoming Arrow/Shameless releases (especially Four Flies on Grey Velvet) but am fairly confident I'm going to stop buying stuff for the next 6 months.


Gojirosan 23rd December 2011 12:13 PM

I got the Shriek Show "Eurotrash" triple pack of Bad Inclination, Faceless and Witchery.

To be honest, I had completely forgotten ordering it!

PaulD 23rd December 2011 01:11 PM

Also just received these through the post from Prince_Vadja:

And also Last Tango in Paris as the fre edvd


the first 4 volumes of The Twilight Zone from the comp the other day - thanks Kyle!

Gojirosan 23rd December 2011 01:18 PM

Seven Deaths In The Cat's Eye is a wonderful film. Enjoy!

Nosferatu@Cult Labs 23rd December 2011 01:25 PM

The limited edition R1 Evil Dead 2: Book of the Dead arrived today, and very cool it is too!

Phurious 23rd December 2011 01:34 PM


Originally Posted by Demdike (Post 204731)
I was given these today by a friend when i called round with their Christmas presents. :woot:

Really pleased.:nod: Not seen any of them.

With each subsequent viewing A Prophet is gradually becoming my favourite film. And I mean my favourite of all time. I saw it 6 times at the cinema and have watched it countless times on DVD (need to get the blu).

It really has just about everything I've ever wanted in a film, sonically, visually, performances, script, etc. - I can't get enough of it.

Phurious 23rd December 2011 01:38 PM


Originally Posted by keirarts (Post 205115)
Went into a charity shop today and picked up canadian comedy series trailerpark boys series 1 and 2 for 2.99. Never seen it before but from what i've seen so far its a keeper, especially with titles lie "f*** community college, lets get drunk and eat chicken fingers!"

Contender for my favourite comedy show of all time. It never gets dull and the characters are beyond belief. Keep enjoyin' em mate.

Phurious 23rd December 2011 01:41 PM


Originally Posted by PaulD (Post 205348)

The Fifth Cord is easily the best looking giallo for me. It's an absolute master class in cinematography and it ain't a half bad thriller too. I'd say it's probably my joint fave giallo with Short Night of Glass Dolls, which is quite a looker too. :)

Phurious 23rd December 2011 01:48 PM

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Currently visting the in-laws in a very warm and sunny south of France (hence not being a presence on the forum lately). Popped into the local 'town' a couple of days ago and found Von Trier's Europe trilogy for an incredibly reasonable 12 Euros - and it has all the same extras (commentaries, interviews, etc.) as the Tartan release - trop cool!

sawyer6 23rd December 2011 03:37 PM

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Only this arrived in time for Christmas,the rest after tuesday:(

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