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Old 10th May 2011, 07:26 PM
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I'm still not sure but I think I'm swaying more towards the small one. I'll try both stores and see which one I prefer. Thanks for the links guys.
I have never ordered from either btw...
Reaps had a problem recently with Dtm it seems though.
Better ask him about it.

Be advised that Contronatura is a not a straight giallo but a (rather strangely set in the 20's) gothic/giallo crossover though.
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Is there an option to pre-order the item on this page?
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Nope,doesn't seem to be a pre-order option,only a "notify when available" option.
Didn't notice that.
The small hardbox will not be limited though I think.

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Nope,doesn't seem to a pre-order option,only a "notify when available" option.
Didn't notice that.
The small hardbox will not be limited though I think.
I hope that's the case as I prefer the artwork on the small hardbox anyway.
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Old 28th May 2011, 08:56 PM
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For anyone who's having doubts...
Get Code Red's (soon to be totally oop) The Weekend Murders quickly before none are left.
It's a really fun giallo imho.

The Weekend Murders (1970) - IMDb

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For anyone who's having doubts...
Get Code Red's (soon to be totally oop) The Weekend Murders quickly before none are left.
It's a really fun giallo imho.

The Weekend Murders (1970) - IMDb

Looks really interesting and one I wouldn't mind adding to my collection. What is that piece of music which keeps appearing in the YouTube clip?
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That's a classical piece by Tchaikovsky (from Piano Concerto No. 1),the shots were added.
The same music is used in The Bloodstained Butterfly (without the shots).
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Old 3rd June 2011, 09:24 AM
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That's an awesome video for a very cleverly written song(?). I'll have to go through it very slowly, making a note of every film mentioned and see if I own them or not! Inspiration for expanding a DVD/BD collection comes from the strangest of places!
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Seems they got Spirits of Death (aka Un bianco vestito per Mariale) confused with The Asphyx (aka Spirit of the Dead) though...
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