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Old 8th April 2011, 05:18 PM
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Oh good, I'll be ordering a copy soon.
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Old 8th April 2011, 07:17 PM
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picked up the remake of I Spit On Your Grave today for 8.00, well chuffed with that...
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Old 9th April 2011, 01:34 PM
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Good price pedro!

I just picked up:


16 all in using my 5 off orders over 20 at play.com voucher I won the other day at McDonalds of all places Bought Isaac Hayes' TRUCK TURNER on DVD to make the order up to 20 quid.
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Old 9th April 2011, 01:55 PM
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was in Home Bargains yesterday and found these for 1.99 each...

Punch Drunk Love
The Patriot
(Seagal not Gibson)

Then ordered these on amazon...

Moon 44 (giving a bit of love to Pare these days)
Westworld (to go with my Futureworld)
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Old 9th April 2011, 02:00 PM
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Good price pedro!

I just picked up:


16 all in using my 5 off orders over 20 at play.com voucher I won the other day at McDonalds of all places Bought Isaac Hayes' TRUCK TURNER on DVD to make the order up to 20 quid.
An interesting selection. Truck Turner is a terrific piece of blaxploitation fun, the Paranoiac Blu-ray is exceptional and I've only seen The African Queen (hey, that rhymes) on DVD but I'll have to give it a rent before buying (yet another) DVD or BD this month!
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Old 9th April 2011, 02:33 PM
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was in Home Bargains yesterday and found these for 1.99 each...

Punch Drunk Love
The Patriot
(Seagal not Gibson)

Then ordered these on amazon...

Moon 44 (giving a bit of love to Pare these days)
Westworld (to go with my Futureworld)
Nice sci-fi buys there Pedro!! MOON 44 is such an entertaining film and oh-so-eighties (and I LOVE 80s ). WESTWORLD, FUTUREWORLD (& LOGANS RUN) are all 70s sci-fi's that are high on my list to watch, having never seen any of them. However I'm not sure I'm much of a Yul Brynner fan.

Have you seen the Sean Connery sci-fi film OUTLANDER? Its one I'd highly recommend if you havent I also have ZARDOZ, another Connery sci-fi film sitting in my DVD to-watch pile, have heard good things about that 1 too.

Seagal's THE PATRIOT is pretty awful in an entertaining (as always) way and I guess lies just about the right side of the Seagals "golden period" i.e. pre-2000 although many I guess would say his golden period would be pre-1994
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Old 9th April 2011, 02:38 PM
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Nice sci-fi buys there Pedro!! MOON 44 is such an entertaining film and oh-so-eighties (and I LOVE 80s ). WESTWORLD, FUTUREWORLD (& LOGANS RUN) are all 70s sci-fi's that are high on my list to watch, having never seen any of them. However I'm not sure I'm much of a Yul Brynner fan.

Have you seen the Sean Connery sci-fi film OUTLANDER? Its one I'd highly recommend if you havent I also have ZARDOZ, another Connery sci-fi film sitting in my DVD to-watch pile, have heard good things about that 1 too.
Logan's Run is great oaxaca, very 70s but oh so cool, Watched Outland about 2 weeks ago for the first time and really enjoyed it. Zardoz is an odd film, it's good but just a bit weird. Moon 44 was on movies4men last night and i caught the end of it. I'd seen it many years ago and though screw it, 1.49 on amazon, i'll get it. I have an entire 6 shelf bookcase of sci-fi which im currently trying to work through again.

I Watched The Patriot last night and it's not a typical Seagal movie, one fight scene only, but it's an interesting film. It's very much a hybrid of a few other films most notably Outbreak...but it was fun.
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Old 9th April 2011, 02:47 PM
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In The Line Of Fire

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Old 9th April 2011, 03:32 PM
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Ordered yet more Blue Underground blu-rays today!

Dead & Buried
Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue
Two Evil Eyes

Only fourteen to go now, announced titles excluded... getting there!
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Old 9th April 2011, 03:53 PM
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I guess lies just about the right side of the Seagals "golden period" i.e. pre-2000 although many I guess would say his golden period would be pre-1994
I'd go one year higher with that and put Exit Wounds as his last film of the 'Golden Period'. Probably the last film before he started hiding his bulk underneath coats.
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