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Old 19th July 2012, 09:52 PM
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THanks tbh ive never heard of mills creek r they any good could have some info please thanks .
Mill Creek are an American company that specialise in box sets with any number of films on them. The pic quality can be dubious at times but generally they put out watchable product. (I've just finished the Girls, Guns and G strings collection and all 12 films were great quality).

Here's a couple of their spaghetti sets. Usually can be ordered from Amazon sellers like All Your Music, Moviemars etc for under a fiver delivered.

If you want info on individual releases just ask.
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Mill Creek are an American company that specialise in box sets with any number of films on them. The pic quality can be dubious at times but generally they put out watchable product. (I've just finished the Girls, Guns and G strings collection and all 12 films were great quality).

Here's a couple of their spaghetti sets. Usually can be ordered from Amazon sellers like All Your Music, Moviemars etc for under a fiver delivered.

If you want info on individual releases just ask.
Hi dems have you watched these?if so whats the PQ like? answers on a postcard please
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Old 19th July 2012, 10:13 PM
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Hi dems have you watched these?if so whats the PQ like? answers on a postcard please
I don't have these releases.

I have this one which contains the following films.

Apache Blood ( 1975 ) -- Ray Danton,
Between God, the Devil and a Winchester ( 1968 ) -- Richard Harrison,
Beyond The Law ( 1968 ) -- Lee Van Cleef,
China 9, Liberty 37 ( 1978 ) -- Warren Oates, Jenny Agutter,
Death Rides A Horse ( 1968 ) -- John Phillip Law, Lee Van Cleef,
The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe ( 1972 ) -- Chin Lee,
Find a Place To Die ( 1968 ) -- Jeffrey Hunter,
Fistful of Lead ( 1970 ) -- George Hilton,
God's Gun ( 1975 ) -- Lee Van Cleef, Leif Garrett,
Grand Duel ( 1974 ) -- Lee Van Cleef,
Gunfight at Red Sands ( 1964 ) -- Richard Harrison,
It Can Be Done Amigo ( 1973 ) -- Jack Palance,
Johnny Yuma ( 1966 ) -- Mark Damon,
Man From Nowhere ( 1966 ) -- Giuliano Gemma,
Minnesota Clay ( 1965 ) -- Cameron Mitchell,
Sundance and the Kid ( 1969 ) -- Giuliano Gemma,
This Man Can't Die ( 1967 ) -- Guy Madison,
Trinity and Sartana ( 1972 ) -- Robert Widmark,
Twice a Judas ( 1969 ) -- Klaus Kinski,
White Comanche ( 1968 ) -- William Shatner


By the way, The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe is a bloody marvellous film, its so in need of a release in the UK.
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Old 19th July 2012, 10:22 PM
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If anyone is interested i am currently watching this set from Mill Creek.

So far i've seen The Devil's Hand, The Terror, Nightmare in Wax and Blood Mania.

The Devil's Hand and Blood Mania are both fine quality. (I'd be surprised if Code Red's new disc for Blood Mania is any better.)

The Terror is not just as good as the print on the UK Anchor Bay Warren box set, but still fine.

Nightmare in Wax was so poor a film i have blocked it from my mind.
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I have tcm 1 and 2 but also want all the rest

Tcm 3 / next generation / remake / beggining

Saw i got 1st one also want rest

I dont have any Toxic avengers been meaning to get these for a while

Any help and info for uncut version or versions to avoid will be appreciated cheers
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The UK edition of TCM 3 contains both the 'unrated' and 'R' cut's of the film, commentary, deleted scenes and a good doc.
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The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe is a bloody marvellous film, its so in need of a release in the UK.
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My dad has the Ten Thousand Ways To Die set. I'll see what he thinks if it.
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I know might be a nusiance by asking these Q? of whats best to buy but i find rewind dvd comapre not always correct some times i have a film states uncut but on there runnning times are longer not by min r two but ten r so, some cases it has some film titles missing and occasionaly it doesnt even have some releases by certain companies.
And im not sure what other sites to check out.
And if there is several releases like directors cut standard etc then people can give me info on whats best one to buy..Thanks for any help and info on any Q? i ask.
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Old 22nd July 2012, 01:11 PM
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I know might be a nusiance by asking these Q? of whats best to buy but i find rewind dvd comapre not always correct some times i have a film states uncut but on there runnning times are longer not by min r two but ten r so, some cases it has some film titles missing and occasionaly it doesnt even have some releases by certain companies.
And im not sure what other sites to check out.
And if there is several releases like directors cut standard etc then people can give me info on whats best one to buy..Thanks for any help and info on any Q? i ask.
This is what a forum's for Gag.
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