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ArgentoFan1987 30th September 2013 06:03 PM


Originally Posted by trebor8273 (Post 369152)
All fantastic movies, apart from the Blair witch project I really hate and dispise that film, but I enjoyed the others. How much was battle royale if you mind me asking, because I think that version is quite expensive now

It was twelve squid!

bdc 30th September 2013 06:04 PM


Originally Posted by bdc (Post 369050)
Camera seems to be working fine,PS3 has YLOD...can someone give me a good tip how to fix this?

I've read the bad thermal compound is the main reason,although there could also be other problems?

Giving up on the PS3 as there's no hard drive or caddy as luck with this one I guess. :rolleyes:

ArgentoFan1987 30th September 2013 06:06 PM


Originally Posted by Wes (Post 369153)
Well Spartacus is one of the three greatest epics of the golden era - the other two are Ben Hur and King of Kings (and both are highly recommended on Blu). I know its been done to death, but the scene where the Kirk Douglas' eyes fill with tears as his men chant I'm Spartacus is genuinely moving stuff... Marc, listen out for Anthony Hopkins voice dubbing Laurence Olivier in the scene where Olivier tries to seduce Tony Curtis. Olivier's declaration of his bisexuality was a bit too daring back in the day so it was removed from the film for nearly 30 years. When the scene was restored the audio was damaged so Hopkins stood in for Olivier. Good job he did too...

Really ? WOW! You learn something new every day!

I've actually seen the first hour of it before and I was very impressed!

I forgot to put an asterisks at Woman in Black. I've not seen that.

I love Blair Witch Project and it's very under-rated sequel.

bdc 30th September 2013 06:07 PM


Originally Posted by trebor8273 (Post 369133)
here is the stuff i picked up today from cex,car boot sale, thats entertainment and house on the edge of the park from zavvi

all blu's 2 from car boot
ironman 3 3d
high school of the dead
ferris buellers day off

dvds 50p from car-boot
lords of salem
village of the damned/children of the damned

Three for 5 that's entertainment
Mother of tears
Juan of the dead

Butch Cassidy and sundance kid
Confession of a serial killer
Exorcist the beginning
Dog day afternoon
Rainy dog
Any which way you can
Evil aliens
The amityville haunting
Dune apocalypse
ran knight templer
The ghouls
Animal factory
Flavian the heretic
Wasting away
Don't look now
Barry Lyndon
Final scream/the haunting/shivers/witchcraft
Books of blood
Harlem nights

A lot of blind buys

Just ordered dune mini series before I watch dune apocalypse (children of dune)

A great haul! :thumb:

High School of the Dead is the old version without the OVA (on dvd) but that's all that's different I that series.

Refused 30th September 2013 06:07 PM

My spending has been curbed somewhat recently. The other day though I picked up Deranged, and yesterday I ordered Kotoko from Third Window Films online store.

Wes 30th September 2013 06:14 PM


Originally Posted by Refused (Post 369161)
My spending has been curbed somewhat recently. The other day though I picked up Deranged, and yesterday I ordered Kotoko from Third Window Films online store.

Let us know how Kotoko turns out when you catch it. I like Shinya Tsukamoto but I kinda passed on this one as it sounded a bit heavy...

trebor8273 30th September 2013 06:56 PM

What's mother of tears like is it deep red or Argento's Dracula or some place in between?

Bringer Of Funerals 30th September 2013 06:58 PM

I hate the Blair Witch Project - the armies should tie up terrorist and for torture make them watch it 4 times a day

Rik 30th September 2013 07:01 PM

Bugger all wrong with Blair Witch IMO
Mother of Tears is ok, certainly better than D****la 3D (see, I can't even bring myself to write it!) and the Card Player, but it's no Deep Red or Inferno etc.

Nordicdusk 30th September 2013 07:07 PM

I dont mind The Blair Witch Project at all. What killed it was all the hype about it when it came out. So many stories about it being real and stories of people passing out in the cinema with fear. It worked for the people making the film as it made money at the box office but in the long run it backfired because very few people have anytime for it now. If it just came out of nowhere as an independent film with no hype maybe people may of enjoyed it better. It was a long time after its release that i watched it so i knew that all the stories were fake so went in with a clear mind. Its not amazing but still an enjoyable effort.

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