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  1. Mami Fleshfiend
    22nd December 2009 09:26 AM - permalink
    Mami Fleshfiend
    I totally *ucked up my upload and loads of homies on the CG are pounding me
  2. Mami Fleshfiend
    22nd December 2009 12:13 AM - permalink
    Mami Fleshfiend
    I recently watched Evil Face (1974) for the first time, I love movies with subs, ( way more than I do dubs) but yeah this was a great flick, the cast was super on point the location was great and It totally caught me by surprise! Where can I find this film to buy? You say youve purchased one yourself?!
  3. nekromantik
    21st December 2009 10:38 PM - permalink
    thats true.
    Oh well.
    Speakin of trick r treat, have u seen it?
  4. nekromantik
    21st December 2009 10:22 PM - permalink
    When was this?
    They sent me a damaged copy of Philisophy of a Knife last year and they sent replacement right away without even asking for me to return old copy. They might have changed management or something. Last time I orderd from them was October when I pre-orderd Trick R Treat Blu and had no problems as usual.
  5. nekromantik
    21st December 2009 09:57 PM - permalink
    Thats shocking, they been very good for me for the past year. Altho they stated to increase prices and dont offer price matching anymore. They are good as they ship from within UK so no import charges and I get most stuff within 4 days. What bad experiences have you had?

    And U have to own the Night of The Creeps Blu if u have bluray, the transfer is stunning and the extras sony have created are good. Its a impressive release.
  6. nekromantik
    21st December 2009 09:43 PM - permalink
    Hmm. its just over 14 on Movietyme. No idea if they got stock or not.
    Axelmusic has it for 17 and says they can get stock.

    My sis is gettin me Night of The Creeps on bluay for xmas. I love that movie!!
  7. nekromantik
    21st December 2009 09:34 PM - permalink
    That CH was a bargin as I only paid 8 for on it Ebay end of last year.
    Its the exact same discs as the Grindhouse US Release.
    I like your Poultrygiest 3 discer. I am still tryin to find that for cheap.
  8. nekromantik
    21st December 2009 09:23 PM - permalink
    No problems.
    I got my link in my Signiture.
    If ya just click in my info on my profile then it shud be there
  9. nekromantik
    21st December 2009 09:00 PM - permalink
    Hey mate
    hows it going
    Nice dvds in your collection
    Mine is non impressive compared to most people here lol
  10. Kyle
    25th November 2009 07:20 PM - permalink
    no probs mate, glad you liked it

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Posted 7th June 2009 at 10:41 AM by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs Comments 0
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Round 3: Probably a bit more well known this one... Who Can Kill a Child (Quin puede matar a un nio?) is a definite gem in my eye.

On a vacation away from their family, Tom (Lewis Fiander, of DR. JEKYLL & SISTER HYDE) and his pregnant wife Evelyn (FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD's Prunella Ransome) sail to an island off the coast of Spain that seems deserted... until its children...

Posted 14th May 2009 at 06:07 PM by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs Comments 4
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Round 2: Probably going to be controversial this one, but another horror film that I consider gem material is Home Sick.

Bill Moseley (Rob Zombie's Halloween, The Devil's Rejects) stars as a smiling maniac named "Mr. Suitcase." With a briefcase full of razorblades, he crashes a homecoming get-together for Claire (Lindley Evans) and forces the partygoers to identify people...

Posted 1st May 2009 at 05:29 PM by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs Comments 2
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I thought that I would start my blog with a topic that is very close to my heart: Obscure, but excellent (in my eyes anyway) pieces of horror film-making available on DVD, that may have escaped the radar of even the most keen eyed movie hound.

The DVD market is saturated with obscure horror DVDs nowadays thanks to the disappearance of the BBFCs iron fist on censorship, growing demand from a wider fan base, and great DVD labels who are prepared to invest in movies, and who believe...
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