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Stephen@Cult Labs 3rd December 2012 07:24 PM

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Originally Posted by The Reaper Man@Cult Labs (Post 298174)
Sorry mate.
Must be that realistic sex scene with Sharon Stone eh?:pound:

Nope! Because it has James Woods in it. Rather watch him than Antonio Bendyarse. :lol:

The Reaper Man@Cult Labs 3rd December 2012 07:44 PM

TBH there ain't a Sly actioner that I don't like.:)

bdc 3rd December 2012 07:47 PM

Arrived today... ;)

I picked this up mainly for the new Dracula restoration...but of course there's lots of other great films in this set... :)

Will probably watch them all again (and the new extras as well).

Universal Monsters: The Essential Collection (Universal) - Blu-ray

http://dv1.us/p1/851/184851-d0.jpg

Paul@TheOverlook 3rd December 2012 08:08 PM

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Originally Posted by The Reaper Man@Cult Labs (Post 298166)
It's a removable paper thingy mate.If it's the same as HMV's.....

Yeah,ASSASSINS is mucho entertaining Paul.
Much better than The Specialist!

I like SPECIALIST but ASSASSINS is better. James Woods is great, as is the John Barry score but I prefer the overall tone of ASSASSINS and Donner is far more accomplished a filmmaker than the guy who made THE SPECIALIST.

Handyman Joe 3rd December 2012 08:18 PM

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Originally Posted by bdc (Post 298214)
Arrived today... ;)

I picked this up mainly for the new Dracula restoration...but of course there's lots of other great films in this set... :)

Will probably watch them all again (and the new extras as well).

Universal Monsters: The Essential Collection (Universal) - Blu-ray

http://dv1.us/p1/851/184851-d0.jpg

A torturous wait until Xmas day for me before I can lay clammy hands on this beauty, also in my stocking should be the Tetsuo double,Criterions Rosemary's Baby, The Game and Shock Corridor and (hopefully if the hints have been dropped heavily enough), Brazil. No dinner table conversation from me, I shall be proceeding directly to the tele!

Susan Foreman 3rd December 2012 08:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Handyman Joe (Post 298235)
also in my stocking should be the Tetsuo double,Criterions Rosemary's Baby, The Game and Shock Corridor and (hopefully if the hints have been dropped heavily enough), Brazil.

D'ya want to know what's in my stocking?

Oooooohhhh, saucy*

*To be read in a Barbara Windsor voice

**Yes - vodka is flowing!

Wes 3rd December 2012 08:25 PM

Just picked up Volumes 1 and 2 of Network's British-made Edgar Wallace Mysteries - each 3-disc set contains 7 hour long Wallace films (produced in the early '60's) and can be picked up from the Network site (linked below) for 8 each - this is a nice and cheap introduction to Network's series (7 volumes to collect, 47 films in all) and I'm already looking forward to watching these over the long winter evenings...

Network's Edgar Wallace series
Excellent review of the DVD

http://www.networkdvd.net/images/7953712med.jpg

Wes 3rd December 2012 08:30 PM

I saw the latest Rambo movie on TV recently and it was one of the most embarrassing turns by a major Hollywood stars in years... and First Blood is one of my favourite films of the 80's...

Paul@TheOverlook 3rd December 2012 08:31 PM

I loved the last RAMBO film, Wes. I think it's great :D

The Reaper Man@Cult Labs 3rd December 2012 08:32 PM

Yep.A fitting end.


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