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Old 29th March 2011, 10:32 AM
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What box sets of this company do you own, I own the 50 horror classics but im thinking of upgrading to the 100 one. I know most are public domain films but there is some classics in them - Night Of The Living Dead, White Zombie, Last Man On Earth and Nosferatu to name a few.

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Old 29th March 2011, 12:53 PM
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Drive-in cult classics volumes 1-4

All very entertaining films from the 70's and 80's. Choc full of violence, sex, nudity, psychos, bikers.

Pretty much all have decent prints which is a bonus.

Also have -After Dark thrillers, and the Explosive Cinema collection.
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Old 29th March 2011, 02:05 PM
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i have the Apocalypse 20 movie boxset and out of the 20 i'd say only 3 are watchable. Stay away from their print of Last Man On Earth as it's shockingly bad.
Not really got a good word to say about them sorry.
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I have the Too Cool For School collection. I had a quick flick through one of the movies and too be honest it looked perfectly watchable, despite being an obvious straight VHS to DVD transfer. At 4 quid for 12 movies I don't feel ripped off, and may pick up another one or two to see what they are like. I have to say though it must be the cheapest packaging I have ever seen , but at least the box art is well done. I'm guessing most of the films in these sets won't be readily available elsewhere ...
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Old 8th May 2011, 12:56 AM
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I have the Too Cool For School collection. I had a quick flick through one of the movies and too be honest it looked perfectly watchable, despite being an obvious straight VHS to DVD transfer. At 4 quid for 12 movies I don't feel ripped off, and may pick up another one or two to see what they are like. I have to say though it must be the cheapest packaging I have ever seen , but at least the box art is well done. I'm guessing most of the films in these sets won't be readily available elsewhere ...
most of the films are public domain titles, which is cool is suppose and i am really tempted by some of their other sets but after the experience with the Apocalypse set, im a bit weary of buying them.
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Drive-in cult classics volumes 1-4

All very entertaining films from the 70's and 80's. Choc full of violence, sex, nudity, psychos, bikers.

Pretty much all have decent prints which is a bonus.

Also have -After Dark thrillers, and the Explosive Cinema collection.
I think Mill Creek only re-issued 1-3?
4 should be the original set from BCI.

I don't own any box sets from them,only this:

Gamera Double Feature -- Blu-ray
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I think Mill Creek only re-issued 1-3?
4 should be the original set from BCI.

I don't own any box sets from them,only this:

Gamera Double Feature -- Blu-ray
yes they are all the original BCI releases i own.
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I have the mortuary of madness set, it's pretty good, but thinkit's OOP at the moment.
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I have the mortuary of madness set, it's pretty good, but thinkit's OOP at the moment.
I have the decrepit crypt of nighmares set. They were originally released by Pendulum pictures.

Most have been released individually on the Braindamage label.
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Mill Creek are releasing a Sci-Fi boxset featuring the following:

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984: Prisoner of the Future

Abraxas Guardian of the Universe

The Alien Factor

Alien Prey

The Amazing Transparent Man

Assassin

The Bat (1959)

Battle Beyond the Sun

Beyond the Moon

Brain Twisters

The Brother from Another Planet

The Crater Lake Monster

The Creeping Terror

The Day Time Ended

Death Machines

Escape from Galaxy 3

Evil Brain from Outer Space

Extraterrestrial Visitors

The Eyes Behind The Stars

Fugitive Alien

Future Hunters

Future Women

Galaxina

The Giant of Metropolis

Hands of Steel

The Head

Horror High

Hundra

Hyper Sapien: People From Another Star

Invaders From Space

It's Alive

Life Returns

The Manster

Mission Stardust

Morons from Outer Space

Night Fright

Night of the Blood Beast

Primal Impulse

R.O.T.O.R.

Raiders of Atlantis

Robo Vampire

Rocket Attack U.S.A.

Slipstream

Star Knight

Star Pilot

Top Line

Trapped by Television

War of the Robots

The Wasp Woman

Welcome To Blood City

If the prints of TOP LINE and RAIDERS OF ATLANTIS are of decent quality then I'll be all over this.
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