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Discussion in 'General' started by zbinks, Oct 3, 2014.
They're price matching Best Buy, who also has The Hills Have Eyes for the same price.
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George Lazenby has confirmed that Arrow Video will be remastering and releasing Aldo Lado’s 1972 Giallo film “Who Saw Her Die?” starring himself and Anita Strindberg on Blu-ray in the very near future! Trailer: https://youtu.be/nJQy2G3M9MU
A young girl is brutally murdered somewhere in France. Sometime later, the same thing happens to the daughter of a well-known sculptor. This time the parents (the sculptor and his wife) start investigating, and soon find they are in way over their head. Meanwhile, the body-count keeps rising as the killer now starts butchering all those who find out too much...
More info TBA!
I still say it's human though. Are gypsies not human?
And as for the original artwork, is that a nightgown on a tree?
Yeah I think so, Strange!!!
Stunning artwork for a not so stunning film lol.
My guess is that you can't widely publish an advert with a hatchet buried in a woman's cleavage but you can dress up a tree and hit the night gown in the same spot and call it clean. Just one of those weird workarounds.
Diabolik are having a big 50% sale now on most Arrow releases: https://www.diabolikdvd.com/product-category/labels/arrow-releasing/arrow-sale/?orderby=alphabetical
Before y'all go broke buying Arrow discs, remember that the Vinegar Syndrome Halfway to Black Friday sale is this upcoming weekend. (I still might get the Dead or Alive trilogy from Diabolik though....)
DVD Compare reviews The Annihilators: http://dvdcompare.net/review.php?rid=5822
DVD Beaver reviews The Grand Duel: http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDReview3/the_grand_duel_blu-ray.htm
Just got sent a $3 coupon for the VS sale because I recommended a film to them months ago. I may or may not use it but I wouldn’t mind getting Incubus if the price is good.
Mondo Digital reviews Double Face: http://mondo-digital.com/doubleface.html
Have you watched it yet? What's it like? Ice seen some pretty bad reviews.
I watched mine a few nights ago... got it early last week from Bullmoose. I actually had seen the movie once before via Amazon Prime streaming, but the transfer was VHS quality.
I like the film personally, but it's certainly no great film or any lost gem or anything like that. It sort of has that late 80's direct-to-video vibe to it, and you can also loosely include it in the Christmas Horror sub-genre.
The new transfer is solid though, and the extras were certainly entertaining for what its worth.
I haven't watched my disc yet, I will soon. Like Kat though, I had also seen this via Amazon Prime years ago. To be honest, I'm struggling to remember much about it, but I do remember enjoying it. I do remember it being very late-'80s straight-to-video, so if that isn't your time period of choice, it might not be for you. I enjoy seeing the genre labels releasing stuff like this instead of the same titles over and over.
I'll probably grab Oldboy and ASA. I can't wait to see their new transfer on the latter.
Blu-ray.com reviews Trapped Alive: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Trapped-Alive-Blu-ray/235020/#Review