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Old 11th June 2012, 08:27 PM
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Old 11th June 2012, 08:39 PM
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Kevin mentioned that they'll probably start shipping this and The Lost Weekend this Friday / next Monday, so for everyone who's ordered from Eureka direct, we may start receiving these titles early next week!

With these two and the Hammer BDs of The Plague of the Zombies and The Reptile, I'll certainly have no shortage of films to watch!
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Seeing as there so few Mario Bava films on BD at the moment (Even with at least 3 titles being covered from Redemption soon) Eureka is the perfect label to give the mistroue himself a spin in HD.
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Not an MOC release, but a friend gave me his Blu of Takashi Miike's Yatterman, (on the Eureka label) - he ordered a bunch of MOC's and was sent it by mistake, and gave it to me - seems a bit nuts but I'll give it a shot...
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It is in the purest form a Japanese film Mr Wes. You'll love it or hate it.
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The Lost Weekend review at blu-ray.com.
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The MOC boys do it again... It's been years since I saw Lost Weekend but I remember it being a brilliant, brilliant film, and along with Sunset Boulevard, Billy Wilder's best film. Fantastic extras on the Blu as well, I might grab this today off the MOC website
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Vampyr for a pittance!!! sold!!
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Excellent choice Demoncrat, pure Dream Cinema at its finest... I would recommend almost every film on the MOC label and if I had the funds I'd own 'em all - flick thru their catalogue and you'll discover a whole alternative history of World Cinema.

I once asked MOC if they would consider putting out King Hu's martial arts masterpiece A Touch of Zen, and they said they would do it in a heartbeat if they could get hold of it, but the rights-holder is looking for a huge license fee...
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