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Old 27th February 2017, 07:20 PM
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Coming from US label Garagehouse Pictures:



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Later this year Garagehouse Pictures will be releasing Antonio Margheriti's WEB OF THE SPIDER (1971) on Blu-ray from an eye-popping new 4K scan in it's original glorious 2.35:1 aspect ratio from the original US theatrical negative. Anthony Franciosa, Michele Mercier and Klaus Kinski (as Edgar Allan Poe) star in the color remake of Margheriti's 1964 film CASTLE OF BLOOD. The disc will include a commentary, an Antonio Margheriti trailer reel and more! More details to be announced...
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That isn't the same as this...is it?
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Old 5th March 2017, 01:23 PM
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That isn't the same as this...is it?
yes, the same movie
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When you search their website for Don't Look in the Basement nothing shows up.

I have The Devil's Woods which is listed.

It's lower than low budget.
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When you search their website for Don't Look in the Basement nothing shows up.

I have The Devil's Woods which is listed.

It's lower than low budget.
i got the cover from the CHFB. don't know where the poster got their info from. but they did say it was the '73 movie.
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Coming from Dorado Films in May:

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I see they've spelled Ida Galli's pseudonym wrong on the artwork.

It's Stewart not Steward. Makes you wonder what the films will look like if they can't get the names correct.
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A bloody moon... a scream of fear... a night of living hell!" The wait is finally over -- coming this May, Massacre Video give Jag Mundhra's HACK-O-LANTERN (aka Halloween Night, 1988) its highly anticipated Blu debut! In a small California town, Grandpa is running a secret satanic cult, and now that grandson Tommy has reached adulthood, he's brought into the fold as part of a plan to raise their dark lord. However, as All Hallow's Eve approaches, a demon-masked murderer is on the prowl, butchering anyone who seemingly has a connection to Tommy. Who's the killer, and what's their true motivation?

Late-'80s slasher bliss created at the height of Satanic Panic, HACK-O-LANTERN is a total hoot from beginning to end -- this is easily an essential purchase for slice-and-dice fans with a taste for the more bizarro reaches of the genre, and one you'll definitely want to program at your next Halloween party. Full of rock bands, dream scenes, impromptu stripping, terrible stand-up, amazing non sequiturs and a general air of weirdness, you can try to describe the film, but actually watching it is an altogether different beast.

Massacre Video are pulling out all the stops for their Limited Edition Blu-Ray / DVD Combo (with side-loading slipcover), celebrating the film's 30th Anniversary with a new 2K restoration from the original camera negative and plenty of worthwhile supplements. Producer Raj Mehrotra shows up for a fresh commentary track, there's a documentary featurette with stars Gregory Scott Cummins and Katina Garner, some never-before-seen bloopers and outtakes, vintage public access interviews with the cast and director Mundhra, and even more surprises. A Region Free release, street date is May 9th -- watch this space for pre-order links. "But mom, I like the taste of blood!
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I'LL BUY THAT FOR A $ !
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Old 10th April 2017, 01:20 PM
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for fans of Z-grade 50s/60s horror, the recent crowd funded restoration of Monstrosity aka The Atomic Brain is being sold at Amazon.com here:

https://www.amazon.com/Monstrosity-A...iglink20280-20

for more info on the restoration visit here:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...4k-restoration

it looks like it is being self published by the restorers so not sure it will be available anywhere else.
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