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napalm-in-the-morning 16th March 2010 07:58 AM

Boondock Saints 2 All Saints Day
 
A guilty experiment and expecting the worst. The original has its moments but was SO over-hyped by fanatics. This on the other hand has been hammered EVERYWHERE so it can only be a step up. Seems to have been pretty much dumped by Sony pictures though and relegated to their DVD Stage 6 label. Anyone seen this yet?

Phats 16th March 2010 11:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Ken (Post 67220)
Just bought today.

Day of the Triffids (Blu Ray)
Survival of the Dead (Blu Ray)
Phenomena (Argento)
Silent Night, Bloody Night
Sadomania (Franco)
Class of Nuke'em High

Is Silent Night, Bloody Night related at all to the Silent Night, Deadly Night series?

I pre-ordered Day of the Dead bluray from HMV last night finally. Can't wait for it to arrive.

42ndStreetFreak 16th March 2010 12:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Phats (Post 67294)
Is Silent Night, Bloody Night related at all to the Silent Night, Deadly Night series?

Hope, it's a Grindhouse trash flick.
http://www.beardyfreak.com/rvsilent.php

Gojirosan 16th March 2010 12:22 PM

My Korean Zombie (Flesh Eaters) turned up - it's...OK. The print is good but not up to SS/BU standards and it's non-anamorphic meaning that when you zoom it up to fill the 16:9 space you can see the colour wash out and artifiacts more easily. But it's not bad for 6, I'm just being picky!

vincenzo 16th March 2010 12:27 PM

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Originally Posted by 42ndStreetFreak (Post 67295)
Hope, it's a Grindhouse trash flick.

No masterpiece by any means but oddly watchable.

[spoiler]The bloody axe murders of Patrick O'Neal and Astrid Heeren come completely out of centre field.[/spoiler]

pedromonkey 16th March 2010 02:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Gojirosan (Post 67304)
My Korean Zombie (Flesh Eaters) turned up - it's...OK. The print is good but not up to SS/BU standards and it's non-anamorphic meaning that when you zoom it up to fill the 16:9 space you can see the colour wash out and artifiacts more easily. But it's not bad for 6, I'm just being picky!

not bad for a cheaper alternative, i just ordered Beast Master and Streets of Fire from korea. cost me 10 for both. free postage though.

Ken 17th March 2010 10:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Phats (Post 67294)
Is Silent Night, Bloody Night related at all to the Silent Night, Deadly Night series?

Hi Mate 42nd's link (Above) is the exact story line to the film which i refer, except a different sleeve cover. Starring Patrick O'neil

I watched this yesterday and was'nt to impressed, the best i can describe it is watchable (Just) I think i was put off by the Picture quality been poor, However the movie is old (1974)

42ndStreetFreak 17th March 2010 10:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vincenzo (Post 67306)
No masterpiece by any means but oddly watchable.

[spoiler]The bloody axe murders of Patrick O'Neal and Astrid Heeren come completely out of centre field.[/spoiler]

Yep! Nicely weird film all round, but kind of mentally tiring too. :tongue1:

Ken 17th March 2010 10:39 AM

Just recieved from postie.

Blood on Satan's Claw - Anchor Bay
Stage Fright - EC Ent
Touch of Death - EC Ent
Voices from Beyond - EC Ent
Cat O' Nine Tails - Platinum

42ndStreetFreak 17th March 2010 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Ken (Post 67459)
Just recieved from postie.

Blood on Satan's Claw - Anchor Bay

*Bows down* :cool:


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