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Old 19th April 2008, 06:14 PM
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Sorry mate,never seen it before,it's Universal I'm sure....
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Old 19th April 2008, 06:20 PM
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My most recent additions. As per usual a combination of VHS/DVDs.......

Salo (BFI DVD - deal of the week for 1 in a charity shop!)
Night Of The Living Dead (Cinema Club DVD)
Underworld: Evolution (DVD)
Fantastic Four (1-disc DVD)
March Of The Penguins (DVD)
Peeping Tom (inc trailer - WB Terror Vision VHS)
Walkabout (uncut widescreen VHS)
The Family Way (VHS)
Starman (VHS)
Cocoon (VHS)
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Old 19th April 2008, 06:28 PM
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Walkabout is a treat to look at mate....I love aussie films,in fact let's start a thread......
How much did you get Peeping Tom for vince?
My warner Terror vision collection used to be my pride and joy......had the LOT!-Took me 2 years to track down Razorback and Hills have eyes 2,but I finally got 'em....packaging for that series was fab....only one I've got left is THE WICKER MAN
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Old 19th April 2008, 06:36 PM
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Peeping Tom cost me a staggering 1 in a charity shop. Actually I bought Walkabout and The Family Way at the same time, as it was 3 for 1. I can live with these things.

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Old 19th April 2008, 06:48 PM
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Salo (BFI DVD - deal of the week for 1 in a charity shop!)
Unbelievable!!! Name that chain!!!
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Old 19th April 2008, 06:49 PM
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You got ALL the terror visions vince? the cards were the extras in the day of the vhs......wish I'd never sold my tv's now....
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Old 19th April 2008, 06:58 PM
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Salo was a non-excrement laden 1 in the Cats Protection League shop in Truro (which, if you say it loud, sounds even more bizarre than it was when I retrieved it).

I like the trailers on the old Terror Vision VHS releases too. Interestingly the version of Peeping Tom contains the brief shot of topless nudity during the final scene with Pamela Green lying on the bed. In fact, other than the DVD releases being widescreen & remastered, the print is identical (ie as near to uncut as we'll ever get).

I don't yet have all the Terror Vision releases (their Friday The 13th was the cut R-rated print) though the charity shops are getting regular visitations these days.
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2010 I thought was a decent sequel to 2001,although not as visually stunning....the ending felt a little rushed though....

GRADUATION DAY DIR CUT A worthy slasher film,although it didn't take a genius to figure out who the killer was

GOODBYE CHARLIE BRIGHT STAND BY ME on a London housing scheme?Don't think so....a rather feeble effort from Nick Love,from whom we expect better violence!

DECEMBER BOYS An entertaining film which is closer to STAND BY ME....filmed in Australia by the coast,looks beautiful,and proves the Harry Potthead CAN act without his wand...

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Old 20th April 2008, 10:32 PM
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Just watched....
THE CAR......daft but quite entertaining variation of DUEL...the music was identical to Kubrick's THE SHINING (opening) can anyone confirm if this is a piece of classical music,as it's not like Stan to pinch someone else's soundtrack.....

30 DAYS OF NIGHT.....What a tense feckin experience,you all need to see this NOW!
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I picked up the Robocop trilogy for 10 this weekend. 'Citing
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