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Old 22nd March 2016, 08:47 PM
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Some of their covers are awful, but I can forgive that as long as the films look good.
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My Final Cut collection as it currently stands:

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Old 22nd March 2016, 10:48 PM
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Excellent collection so far, B_E.

The only one i would consider non-essential is Phantom of the Opera as i find it boring.

Strange to think that for years Captain Clegg was almost considered a 'lost' film and now it's out on dvd and blu-ray over here.
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Strange to think that for years Captain Clegg was almost considered a 'lost' film and now it's out on dvd and blu-ray over here.
Saw it as Night Creatures during the mid/late 70s in the U.S. on tv, so it's been gone quite a while.
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Old 23rd March 2016, 10:15 AM
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Does anyone else have the dvd of Twice Told Tales ?
It's not a very good release.
The right hand side of the picture frame is a fuzzy mess for all of the film and you have to crank the sound up real high to hear anything.

Is the R1 midnight Movies release the same ?
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Excellent collection so far, B_E.

The only one i would consider non-essential is Phantom of the Opera as i find it boring.

Strange to think that for years Captain Clegg was almost considered a 'lost' film and now it's out on dvd and blu-ray over here.
Whilst I do quite like Phantom, it's certainly one of the weaker Hammer productions. Captain Clegg was a big (and very welcome) surprise release in terns of its history and one I snapped up not long after release.

Looking forward to Final Cut's Vault of Horror release - especially as it'll be the first time it has seen an uncut release in the UK. Glad I held off from picking up Scream's double feature now.
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Old 23rd March 2016, 02:13 PM
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Whilst I do quite like Phantom, it's certainly one of the weaker Hammer productions. Captain Clegg was a big (and very welcome) surprise release in terns of its history and one I snapped up not long after release.

Looking forward to Final Cut's Vault of Horror release - especially as it'll be the first time it has seen an uncut release in the UK. Glad I held off from picking up Scream's double feature now.
Why?

Surely a double feature is better value.
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Why?

Surely a double feature is better value.
I'd rather buy home-grown than import where I can and Scream is famously not too hot in the compression department so I usually avoid their discs if there is another alternative anyway - however, the discs I do have from them are all decent enough.
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Old 23rd March 2016, 02:26 PM
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I'd rather buy home-grown than import where I can and Scream is famously not too hot in the compression department so I usually avoid their discs if there is another alternative anyway - however, the discs I do have from them are all decent enough.
Plus you have Tales from the Crypt anyway.
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Old 23rd March 2016, 02:28 PM
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Plus you have Tales from the Crypt anyway.
Well yes, there's that too! Although I could have bought the SF release before Final Cut released Tales if I had wanted.
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