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Justin101 4th March 2022 09:43 PM

What Have You Bought Recently?
 
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Originally Posted by Demdike@Cult Labs (Post 667792)
Hope you enjoy it. I really like The Skull.

Good interviews with Newman and Rigby too. Hope you still have the book in your case.


I’ve seen it before, I have a DVD set with The Deadly Bees and another film. Watched the film already tonight, looks really good, currently listening to Rigby’s smooth voice talking! And yes, the booklet was still in there, I love all the original press pack stuff!!

Demdike@Cult Labs 4th March 2022 09:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Justin101 (Post 667794)
I’ve seen it before, I have a DVD set with The Deadly Bees and another film. Watched the film already tonight, looks really good, currently listening to Rigby’s smooth voice talking! And yes, the booklet was still in there, I love all the original press pack stuff!!

Good stuff. :thumb:

Demdike@Cult Labs 5th March 2022 12:32 PM

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This weeks new arrivals. Sweet Sixteen from 88 Films to upgrade my dvd of what i think is an excellent slasher/thriller and some dvd's from Amazon. Pig was only £3.

Demoncrat 5th March 2022 06:18 PM

3 more, all UK dvds.

The Beiderbecke Trilogy
Hell's Mouth
Resevoir Dogs (2 disc)

£3.

gag 5th March 2022 07:23 PM

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all from cex

Harry potter and half blood prince was £2, harry potter 3 disc, blu ray, DVD and extras.
Impossible was £1
Red faction £6

iank 5th March 2022 11:58 PM

I haven't bought yet, but am considering buying some poster frames for after I've moved (a week on Tuesday!), both for some A4 prints and larger ones. The larger ones are more expensive but still do-able. I just think they'd look so much classier than holding them up with pins or effing blutac as well as protecting the posters better. I've actually bought over a dozen giant sized new 70s and 80s movie posters a month or so back that I haven't even taken out as I knew I was moving, and I've done some prints myself of some stuff including some classic Who and even a couple of Wicked Science ones (with Bridget looking all hot ;) ).
They'd just look a lot nicer framed and I think with this move now's the time to do it.:nod:

iank 7th March 2022 07:02 AM

Arrived:

https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/A70AA...arl/s-l300.jpg

MuckyFunster 7th March 2022 10:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Demdike@Cult Labs (Post 667811)
This weeks new arrivals. Sweet Sixteen from 88 Films to upgrade my dvd of what i think is an excellent slasher/thriller and some dvd's from Amazon. Pig was only £3.


I watched Pig recently and really enjoyed it. Definitely an off the wall movie, but very enjoyable. Nicolas Cage played a good character in it. Other than that, without going into the story, I’m not sure how else I’d describe the movie! I watched it along with “Deerskin”. Both movies on RakutenTV. Both ‘off the wall’. Deerskin was great too [emoji106] [emoji106]


Bought these three yesterday from HMV:
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Demdike@Cult Labs 7th March 2022 10:40 AM

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Originally Posted by MuckyFunster (Post 667857)
I watched Pig recently and really enjoyed it. Definitely an off the wall movie, but very enjoyable. Nicolas Cage played a good character in it. Other than that, without going into the story, I’m not sure how else I’d describe the movie! I watched it along with “Deerskin”. Both movies on RakutenTV. Both ‘off the wall’. Deerskin was great too [emoji106] [emoji106]


I can't say i've heard of Deerskin. I'll look it up.

Edit - It sounds decidedly odd. lol

Demoncrat 7th March 2022 05:08 PM

Deerskin is one of his sanest flicks, see Mandibules if you wants odd folks!!

Ahem.


The Simpsons S8 (Maggie box)
Outlaw
Game Of Thrones (the animated "prequel")

£3.50. All UK.


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