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Old 13th March 2022, 03:49 PM
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After doing some research it looks like it's the same print as Redemption's. So not sure what the 'new restoration' is all about unless they've removed some of the spots and speckles?

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When I heard that the disc would feature a new restoration I was looking forward to seeing it. Unfortunately, having undertaken a little reasearch like yourself, I was disappointed to find that there isn't too much of a difference between the two releases visually. Although I haven't yet opened my copy, but based upon screen comparisons that I've seen, if I already owned the Redemption/Kino disc then I'd probably give the Screenbound disc a miss.

The Screenbound release does apparently feature some special features on the disc though, and you also get a physical copy of the novel that the film was based upon and I think some art cards.
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Old 13th March 2022, 04:24 PM
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When I heard that the disc would feature a new restoration I was looking forward to seeing it. Unfortunately, having undertaken a little reasearch like yourself, I was disappointed to find that there isn't too much of a difference between the two releases visually. Although I haven't yet opened my copy, but based upon screen comparisons that I've seen, if I already owned the Redemption/Kino disc then I'd probably give the Screenbound disc a miss.

The Screenbound release does apparently feature some special features on the disc though, and you also get a physical copy of the novel that the film was based upon and I think some art cards.
The package alone - glossy thick paper 130 page book, six artcards and a half hour doc make it worthwhile at £9.99 in my opinion.

I was more than happy to pay £14.99 for a preorder for it. Much better value than an Arrow or 88 Films collectors edition.
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Old 4th May 2022, 08:05 PM
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'Chuck Steel: The Night of the Trampires' (2018) - Blu-ray pre-order available from Diabolik DVD -$24:99

Release date: June

"Get ready for the most outrageous stop-motion animated film ever made!! It’s 1986, and Chuck Steel is ‘the best God damn cop on the force’. When an abominable evil is about to descend on the city of Los Angeles in the form of Trampires – half tramp, half vampire, only a maverick cop who doesn’t play by the rules can save humanity.

Directed by two-time BAFTA-winner Mike Mort and voiced by comedy legends, Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous) and Paul Whitehouse (The Fast Show), this homage to simpler times is “chock-full of snappy one-liners” (Hollywood Reporter)."


Special Features and Technical Specs:
  • Audio Commentary from the mastermind of Chuck Steel – Mike Mort
  • Behind the Scenes with the Animators
  • Blood, Sweat and Beers
  • Official Make of Video
  • Official Trailer
  • Super 8 and 16mm shorts
  • Raging balls of steel Justice Short Film
  • Movie Poster
  • Image Gallery
  • 30 years later mp4
  • 4 postcards
  • 8-page booklet
  • O-Card
  • Movie Poster A3
  • REGION-FREE

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The package alone - glossy thick paper 130 page book, six artcards and a half hour doc make it worthwhile at £9.99 in my opinion.



I was more than happy to pay £14.99 for a preorder for it. Much better value than an Arrow or 88 Films collectors edition.
Sorry Dem, what release is this?

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Sorry Dem, what release is this?
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If anyones interested Classic Films Direct have the new Nucleus releases at £14.99 + £1.50 postage.

That's a fiver cheaper per film than anywhere else if you buy the three together with no postage costs.

https://www.classicfilmsdirect.com
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If anyones interested Classic Films Direct have the new Nucleus releases at £14.99 + £1.50 postage.

That's a fiver cheaper per film than anywhere else if you buy the three together with no postage costs.

https://www.classicfilmsdirect.com
If you're prepared to wait, they'll end up much cheaper than that.
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If you're prepared to wait, they'll end up much cheaper than that.
True. They aren't limited editions or anything are they?
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Old 11th May 2022, 05:21 PM
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True. They aren't limited editions or anything are they?
I've had some really good bargains from CFD over the years. It is worth signing up to their newsletter and it is usually worth taking a look at the items during their regular sales.
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