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Old 2nd July 2015, 09:28 PM
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Also coming from Mill Creek in September:
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Old 2nd July 2015, 09:52 PM
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I have four of those from Columbia i think in a four pack.

Great set though, i'll get it for the other 2 movies.
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Anybody know anything about this release?

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Anybody know anything about this release?

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Sadly not, but have been looking for One Down.... for a while, ever since my dvd froze an hour into it!!
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Old 6th July 2015, 07:42 PM
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Sadly not, but have been looking for One Down.... for a while, ever since my dvd froze an hour into it!!
You must have been pretty pissed-off when that happened!

It sounds as though it is a very recent release so I'm hoping someone will end up reviewing a copy before too long.
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Old 29th July 2015, 07:31 AM
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Boardinghouse

John Wintergate does double-duty as both Boardinghouse star and director.

The Hoffman house has what one would call a "haunted history." Shuttered after a series of mysterious deaths in the early 1970's, ten years later Jim Royce (John Wintergate, Terror on Tour), a relative and clairvoyant, has reopened his inheritance as a boarding house for young women. But beware the dark forces are not to be trifled with. Murder and mayhem soon return and no one, and we mean NO ONE, is safe.

Slasher // Video presents Boardinghouse, directed by and starring John Wintergate (Terror on Tour) and co-starring Alexandra Day (Double Heat), Joel Riordan (A Prize of Gold), and Brian Bruderlin (Venice Beach).

STREET DATE: SEPTEMBER 29.

Cemetery Sisters

Sisters Joan and Leslie (Joan Simon and Leslie Simon) are no strangers to the dead. Having grown up around the family mortuary business, they have a comfortable appreciation for that fact of life. Being goal-oriented siblings, they, too, would like to start their own mortuary business. But, how? A plot to provide a healthy client roster (as well as a means of funding the enterprise) will involve multiple marriages, multiple murders and multiple corpses in the never-less-than-entertaining Cemetery Sisters.

Cemetery Sisters, directed by Nick Millard (Death Nurse, Death Nurse 2), stars real life sisters Joan Simon and Leslie Simon in their one and only film appearance, Albert Eskinazi (Death Nurse, Death Nurse 2) and Irmgard Millard (The Terrorists).

STREET DATE: SEPTEMBER 29.

Death Nurse

The film that started it all, Death Nurse would spawn a sequel (Death Nurse 2) and inspire a generation of future Florence Nightingale's.

Patient care is priority number one at the Shady Palms Clinic, where patients check in but never check out.

Owned and operated by nurse Edith Mortley (Priscilla Alden, Death Nurse 2) and her brother Dr. Gordon Mortley (Cemetery Sisters, Death Nurse 2), Shady Palms attends to your every need. And if you should expire (or be dispatched) free burial service!

Slasher // Video presents Death Nurse, directed by Nick Millard (Death Nurse 2, Cemetery Sisters) and starring Priscilla Alden (Death Nurse 2), Albert Eskinazi (Death Nurse 2, Cemetery Sisters) and Royal Farros (Criminally Insane 2).

STREET DATE: SEPTEMBER 29.

Death Nurse 2

They're Back! Nurse Mortley and her practioner brother Dr. Gordon Mortley are back for round two in the splatterfest Death Nurse 2.

The Hippocratic Oath is clearly not required reading at the Shady Palms Clinic run by Nurse Mortley (Priscilla Alden, Death Nurse) and her brother, Dr. Gordon Mortley (Albert Eskinazy, Death Nurse, Cemetery Sisters) in this sequel to the horror film Death Nurse.

The patient survival rate is nil as the body count rises thanks to Nurse Motley, the Florence Nightingale of the cemetery set. At turns shocking and terrifying, yet filled with grim humor, Death Nurse 2 gives fans of horror films more than they could ask of the genre.

Slasher // Video presents Death Nurse 2 directed by Nick Millard (Death Nurse, Cemetery Sisters) and starring Priscilla Alden (Death Nurse 2), Albert Eskinazi (Death Nurse 2, Cemetery Sisters) and George 'Buck' Flower (The Fog, They Live).

STREET DATE: SEPTEMBER 29.

Splatter: Architects of Fear

Splatter: Architects of Fear is a treat for any film buff, providing the viewer with behind-the-scenes access as special effects and make-up teams work their magic as the cameras roll.

An informative and entertaining "peek behind the curtain," Splatter: Architects of Fear is a documentary that gives both the genre fan and the casual viewer alike a bird's eye view of special effects and make-up wizards at work.

Splatter: Architects of Fear offers that rare opportunity to witness a film as it's being shot - in this case battling zombies, mutants and amazon women - as well as a chance to see the action on the other side of the camera by watching the talented craftsmen do what they do best to make audiences jump in their seats.

Slasher // Video presents Splatter: Architects of Fear, directed by Peter Rowe, produced by Don McMillan, photographed by Robert Bergman with George Niblett and William J. Smith serving as executive producers.

STREET DATE: SEPTEMBER 29.
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You must have been pretty pissed-off when that happened!

It sounds as though it is a very recent release so I'm hoping someone will end up reviewing a copy before too long.
Il do my best, must find out how it ends haha....
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Old 30th August 2015, 07:09 PM
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Final Score (1986)

The "regular dvd" edition has just been released and can be ordered at OMG Entertainment or several big Dutch webshops. OMG also offers 2 more special and more limited dvd big hardbox editions (use the search function).

Final Score - DVD - OMG Entertainment
bol.com | Final Score, Christopher Mitchum, Mike Abbott & Zainal Abidin | Dvd
Final score? Bestel nu bij wehkamp.nl

OMG Entertainment and The GGTMC presents Final Score (1988), for the first time on DVD ever!

Limited to 1500 copies worldwide!

Chris Mitchum is decorated Vietnam War veteran Richard Brown, who’s relocated his family to Indonesia for a comfortable living. this peaceful fantasy is abruptly interrupted by a gang of criminal who rape and murder hs wife and children. Now, he vows revenge and will stop at nothing until he gets it.

From directo Arizal (The Stabilizer) comes this wildly insane Indonesian action movie – presented for the first time on dvd!

DVD info:

This dvd comes with a reversable cover (see pictures) with Dutch text on the fron side and a special GGTMC english backside!

Region free
Screen: 1.33:1
English stereo
Optional Dutch subtitles

Extra’s:
Audio commentary by William Smith and Rick Peach from the movie podcast The Gentlemens Guide to Midnight Cinema.

2 page booklet with liner notes by cultmovie writer Zachary Kelley

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Old 13th September 2015, 11:07 AM
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Cheers bdc, nice one! Just bought the last (limited to 60 hand numbered copies) GGTMC Hartbox. It looks a blast! There's a review on Mondo Digital that pushed me into finally getting it.
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Here's an update for the people who ordered the hardbox versions of Final Score from OMG.

"Hartboxes, when?
But we are still not finished with this project because a lot of you backers are still eagerly waiting for your Big hartbox and/or the GGTMC edition hartbox (which sold out yesterday!). Again this is taking longer that anticipated. Back when we started this project I contacted the company who manufactures the boxes (and has patent on them so they are the only company in the world who can make them) and got a price quote and delivery conditions. In the meantime that company has been bought and changed owners. You can guess that made me nervous, but at first all offers made were still valid. Until I was ready to order. Suddenly the minimum order amount was more than doubled, which wasn't an option with our tight budget. My first thought was to try and sell some of the standard dvd's to make some extra money and take the loss of ordering more boxes than we needed. But in the process of doing that another label came to the rescue and offered to combine an order which I happily accepted. Only thing is that they are ordering the second week in October. So that is why you all have to wait a little bit longer. I'm sorry for that but I hope everyone understands."
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