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Old 8th June 2016, 05:37 PM
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I could not find a thread for Synapse if i just missed it please remove it cheers.

Double your freaky fun with Frank Henenlotter’s BASKET CASE 2 and BASKET CASE 3: THE PROGENY on Blu-ray this August from Synapse Films!
1982’s BASKET CASE introduced horror fans to Duane Bradley and his twin brother Belial, and a new horror classic was born. They also introduced the world to Frank Henenlotter, the uniquely crazed talent who would later give us BRAIN DAMAGE and FRANKENHOOKER. In 1990 and ‘91, Henenlotter and star Kevin Van Hentenryck returned for two even more demented sequels, both coming to Blu-ray from Synapse Films this August, each at the low price of $19.95!
BASKET CASE 2
“BASKET CASE 2 is a hilarious genre spoof… paying homage to Tod Browning’s 1932 classic, FREAKS.” – Variety
Duane Bradley and his surgically-separated twin brother Belial return in this frightfully gory follow-up to Frank Henenlotter’s original monster movie classic, BASKET CASE. After surviving a fall from a hospital window, the two brothers become media targets. Duane’s aunt, Granny Ruth (played by world-famous Jazz singer Annie Ross), whisks the duo away to a secluded mansion, where other freaks-in-hiding live out their days away from public scrutiny. When a snooping tabloid reporter finds the location of the mutants, Duane and his new family must stand together to keep their freedom a secret. And, in all the chaos, Belial might actually find true love!
Synapse Films is proud to present BASKET CASE 2 in a beautiful high-definition transfer from the original 35mm camera negative
Features
• THE MAN IN THE MOON MASK – Interview with “Half Moon” actor, David Emge
• BEYOND THE WICKER – Behind-the-Scenes Featurette from Special Effects Makeup Artist, Gabe Bartalos
• Reversible Cover art with newly commissioned front piece by Joel Robinson
BASKET CASE 3: THE PROGENY
WELCOME TO THE FAMILY!
He’s back. He’s bad. And, he’s a dad! Belial, everyone’s favorite beast-in-a-basket, is back in this sensational third film in the wildly macabre BASKET CASE horror series.
After being separated again from his conjoined twin brother Duane (Kevin Van Hentenryck), Belial finds out he’s going to be a deformed daddy! Mrs. Belial (“Eve”, played by Denise Coop) delivers a litter of bouncing baby monsters, but the blessed event turns into a nightmarish ordeal when the police kidnap the little critters. They should know it’s not safe to anger Belial! Attacking the cops in a climactic, gory rampage, everyone’s favorite mutant mauler stops at nothing to get his newborns back!
Synapse Films is proud to present BASKET CASE 3: THE PROGENY in a beautiful high-definition transfer from original 35mm vault materials.
Features
• Original Theatrical Trailer
• Reversible Cover art with newly commissioned front piece by Joel Robinson
BASKET CASE 2 specs
Runtime: 90 minutes
Audio: DTS-HD MA English 2.0 Stereo
Aspect Ratio: High-Definition [1.78:1] 1080p Presentation
Format: Blu-ray
Region: All Regions
SRP: $19.95
BASKET CASE 3 Specs
Runtime: 90 minutes
Audio: DTS-HD MA English 2.0 Stereo
Aspect Ratio: High-Definition [1.78:1] 1080p Presentation
Format: Blu-ray
Region: All Regions
SRP: $19.95
There are no subtitle tracks on either release.

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GIMME GIMME GIMME!
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Now if someone (Warner) would only give us that OTHER classic mutant threesome in hi def.....
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I suppose it may not be too long before they release Brain Damage on Blu-ray.
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I suppose it may not be too long before they release Brain Damage on Blu-ray.
Here's hoping!

I have a few of their releases (both on DVD and BD) and their transfers are generally top-notch mainly thanks to Don May Jr's meticulous nature and keen eye.

Here's what I have (so far):

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Here's hoping!

I have a few of their releases (both on DVD and BD) and their transfers are generally top-notch mainly thanks to Don May Jr's meticulous nature and keen eye.
Lucker.

What's Home Sick like by the way? Keep meaning to pick it up as Tiffany Shepis is in it.
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Lucker.

What's Home Sick like by the way? Keep meaning to pick it up as Tiffany Shepis is in it.
I think Lucker was mainly shot on a mini dv camera so may be an exception!

I actually wrote a blog about Home Sick on here... I liked it (although wouldn't necessarily stand by the '4/5' rating that I gave it ), I think the general consensus was that it was a bit crap. Moseley is its biggest selling point, however he's hardly in it (his performance is a pretty memorable one though). It imbibes a kind of Troma vibe too, so make of that what you will.
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I was genuinely blown away by their transfer of Street Trash.
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I actually wrote a blog about Home Sick on here... I liked it (although wouldn't necessarily stand by the '4/5' rating that I gave it ), I think the general consensus was that it was a bit crap. Moseley is its biggest selling point, however he's hardly in it (his performance is a pretty memorable one though). It imbibes a kind of Troma vibe too, so make of that what you will.
Must have been in the days before you lost the use of your fingers.
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Must have been in the days before you lost the use of your fingers.
...and before my heart and soul withered and died.

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