Some of the last releases of Code Red are pretty hard to get hold of.
And now it seems they are having problems financially.
I would suggest to get the Code Red dvd's you like to have...
-It could save or help the company.
-They could be oop soon and going for megabucks.
I've got most of Code Red's release, even the pre-BCI releases which already go for silly money.
The collapse of BCI hit them hard, to the point that they've never really recovered.
I know the distributor they were using went bust a while ago, but they seem to be using another now. They still seem to be quite active.
I hope they are ok but I posted this because I read something about Code Red on another forum.
"I thoroughly suggest seeking out some of Code Red's other dvd's to support them (if you've been thinking about it.) I hear they are going through tough times right now."
This came from someone who was working on subs for an extra on a future release.
They've been sitting on NIGHTMARE for what seems a lifetime, they need to release that ASAP.
Seems the extra he was working on was for that release.
If people are looking for a first Code Red title to buy, Sole Survivor is the one to go for.
I have Sole Survivor, The Unseen, Don't go in the Woods, The Dead Pit and Beyond the Door and they're all excellent quality releases.
Even though the film is terrible, Doom Asylum is a well packaged DVD.
Final exam was selling on amazon marketplace last week for roughly seven quid.Its now shot up to sixty quid.Wtf???
I've had my WEEKEND MURDERS cancelled.Take it it's been put back?:mad:
Because according to this, some people have it:
I had Weekend Murders on pre-order and still haven't had it shipped...it's a disaster.
I just cancelled my order and got one on eBay.com,supermartusa seems to be the best buy on there.
Final Exam is not a Code Red release btw.
UPDATE DVD Pacific has it in stock again and seems to be about the only web shop who's getting all the new Code Red releases stocked.
"I hope the indie distributors will see all this running around hunting for DVDs as a sign that there's still a market for these types of movies and will keep cranking them out. I really want Code Red and the others to survive - I'm glad The Strangeness is doing well."
"From what it looks like The Strangeness and Stunt Rock are selling very well, and I also hope they put out more. It seems these two are giving them a new breath of fresh air."
Some people have got them.
I've had The Weekend Murders, The Strangeness and Trapped from DVDPacific. I suggest ordering from them.
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