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Old 6th August 2014, 05:59 PM
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Yeah, I've found a R1 DVD on Amazon for a little over 14, Exploitation Digital apparently, I bet it's a poor quality VHS rip!
If i remember correctly the CR release looked really good picture quality wise and the accompanying film with it looked like shit. - It could have been the other way round though.

It was a while ago. I swapped it to Pete ages ago.
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If I get time, I might try and compile a definitive list of the availability of each film on DVD/BD
That's a good idea.
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If i remember correctly the CR release looked really good and the accompanying film with it looked like shit. - It could have been the other way round though.

It was a while ago. I swapped it to Pete ages ago.
You can buy it back for a little under 100 if you should ever feel the need!
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You can buy it back for a little under 100 if you should ever feel the need!

Imagine my shock when I checked the Marketplace seller and found out it wasn't Keirarts
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I don't think so.
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I actually did the same thing.
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I actually did the same thing.
It wasn't expensive enough for Keirarts.
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To Ron's delight, THE WORM EATERS coming soon on UK dvd

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Alien Zone (1978)


I knew nothing about this film going in other than it seemed to have two conflicting titles: 'Alien Zone' and 'The House of the Dead', therefore I was expecting either a sci-fi invasion thriller or a zombie film. Or a mix of both.

It's actually neither; in fact it is a mildly entertaining anthology film revolving around an old house and it's creepy resident 'The Mortician', who after admitting a man seeking shelter in out of the rain one night, begins to tell him four stories each of which involves one of the 'inhabitants' of the various caskets he has within the house and the less than natural way in which they arrived there.

Despite a thread-bare budget the tales manage to be fairly interesting and imaginative, albeit a little disjointed at times. Plus, as with most anthology horror films there is always a little sting in the tail.
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An 88 Films release isn't it.
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