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Old 20th September 2011, 05:33 PM
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The film is full of naked girls, kinky sex, and orgiastic witchcraft.
Sounds like a normal night at Make Them Die Slowly's house
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Sounds like a normal night at Make Them Die Slowly's house
No doubt Mr Slowly owns the film already.
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I think they licensed some titles/transfers from Scorpion/Code Red?
- Mumsy Nanny Sonny & Girly
- Goodbye Gemini
- Say Hello To Yesterday
- The Statue

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Old 20th September 2011, 07:20 PM
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Or they both had access to the same catalogue.
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Old 20th September 2011, 07:23 PM
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I've been wondering about this but the materials used seem to be US.
I'll have to ask Bill...
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Old 20th September 2011, 07:26 PM
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I've got and watched Goodbye Gemini, which ain't that great a flick, but I was impressed with the extras and informative booklet - something that is so lacking by many distributors unfortunately.
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Old 20th September 2011, 07:29 PM
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I think they licensed some titles/transfers from Scorpion/Code Red?
- Mumsy Nanny Sonny & Girly
- Goodbye Gemini
- Say Hello To Yesterday
- The Statue


Odeon and CR also released A DAY AT THE BEACH



According to DVD Delirium Vol 4 the Odeon disc is a 4:3 open matte transfer.
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I've been wondering about this but the materials used seem to be US.
I'll have to ask Bill...
I know Goodbye Gemini has all the R1 extras plus exclusive on set footage and a booklet. While Girly is missing some of the extras from the Scorpion release.
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Old 20th September 2011, 07:41 PM
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Thanks for the info Pete.
Odeon released A Day at the Beach first,is that one oop now?
CR's is widescreen anamorphic - 1.75:1 but may (haven't watched it yet) be a bit tightly matted,they used a US print I think.
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...needless to say, the Witchfinder General Blu is well on my radar. The screenshots I've seen of it's restoration are pretty stunning - hoping they give some of their other titles the same treatment (Blood on Satan's Claw please ) . . .
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Ah,that would be nice...
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Thanks for the info Pete.
Odeon released A Day at the Beach first,is that one oop now?
CR's is widescreen anamorphic - 1.75:1 but may (haven't watched it yet) be a bit tightly matted,they used a US print I think.
It says in DVD Delirium that the US transfer is a bit snug, but looks about right.
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...needless to say, the Witchfinder General Blu is well on my radar. The screenshots I've seen of it's restoration are pretty stunning - hoping they give some of their other titles the same treatment (Blood on Satan's Claw please ) . . .
The witchfinder Blu-ray looks amazing, if they replicate this with some of their other titles they could end up being the best releaser of hi-def cult movies going...
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As usual, this is highly subjective, but as a help for the uninitiated, I recommend the following from their Horror range:

You can’t go wrong with these:
- Hatchet for the Honeymoon
- Witchfinder General
- Isle of the Dead
- The Body Snatcher
- Dr Terror’s House of Horrors


If you’ve got money left, try these as well:
- Blood On Satan’s Claw
- Bedlam
- The Black Torment
- The Flesh and Blood Show
- Sweeney Todd – The Demon Barber of Fleet Street


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As usual, this is highly subjective, but as a help for the uninitiated, I recommend the following from their Horror range:

You can’t go wrong with these:
- Hatchet for the Honeymoon
- Witchfinder General
- Isle of the Dead
- The Body Snatcher
- Dr Terror’s House of Horrors


If you’ve got money left, try these as well:
- Blood On Satan’s Claw
- Bedlam
- The Black Torment
- The Flesh and Blood Show
- Sweeney Todd – The Demon Barber of Fleet Street


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