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Old 16th March 2010, 07:58 AM
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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?
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Old 16th March 2010, 11:56 AM
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Day of the Triffids (Blu Ray)
Survival of the Dead (Blu Ray)
Phenomena (Argento)
Silent Night, Bloody Night
Sadomania (Franco)
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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.
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Is Silent Night, Bloody Night related at all to the Silent Night, Deadly Night series?
Hope, it's a Grindhouse trash flick.
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Old 16th March 2010, 12:22 PM
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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!
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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]
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Old 16th March 2010, 02:42 PM
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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.
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Old 17th March 2010, 10:03 AM
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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)
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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.
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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
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Blood on Satan's Claw - Anchor Bay
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