New Asian Horror DVD line

Discussion in 'Asian Horror and Other Pleasures' started by norm, May 2, 2004.

  1. norm

    norm Guest

    hi guys,

    Wanted to introduce ourselves, We have a new line of Asian horror and American Drivein grindhouse cinema coming to DVD. Our first title is a great one, Shugo Fujii's Living Hell. We will be releasing a special edition on July 27th, available only on our website.
    Features will include the following:
    English language audio commentary
    4 short films by director Shugo Fujii
    245 storyboards
    7 page director's bio
    New director approved subtitles
    Deleted scenes

    We also having coming up: Battlefield Baseball, features TBA, Gemini--including the sought after Takeshi Miike making of documentary, the very interersting Pornostar, and so other secret Asian horror titles in the works.

    Please check us out and let us know what you think. Our website is just up, so give us a couple of days to update all the information.

    All the best,

    Norm Hill
    Subversive Cinema, Inc.
  2. thrashard76

    thrashard76 Guest

    When will your movies be availiable at places like Deep Discount DVD or DVD Empire?
  3. ArrowBeach

    ArrowBeach Active Member

    Aug 26, 2000
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    Are your films going to be anamorphic and in5.1 DTS stereo?
  4. dwatts

    dwatts Active Member

    May 13, 2002
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    When do you think you'll be able to fill out the details on your site? Most of the links have no content, and I'd like to know more :)

    I watched the trailer for "The Witch that Came from the Sea", I'm not sure what to make of that. Lots of close ups of mens bulging crotches, with the tag "1st time to DVD, uncut", and I wasn't sure if it was talking about the film, or the bulge :D
  5. Ash

    Ash New Member

    Dec 3, 1999
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    Please do good subs and packaging thanks!
  6. Deaddevilman

    Deaddevilman Guest

    I plead for you to have a quality translation of the film done for your subtitles. To many companies, go the cheapest route and the viewer suffers from not getting a full understanding of the film. Good luck.
  7. mystro

    mystro Guest

    Couldn't agree more, good quality subs are of the upmost importance for the enjoyment of foreign films. I cannot sit through films with bad subtitles.

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