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Definitely Hell Night. The Funhouse was missing something ...fun.
Something Wild. Criterion. Good stuff.
And the Ted Demme interview was fantastic.
Tough call. Probably Troll/Troll 2.
I jumped on the HD bandwagon in December of '07 by purchasing both a PS3 and a Toshiba HD-A2. My first Blu-ray title purchased was "The Simpsons...
I'm a completest newbie so this will be a welcome addition to my collection. But damn does it ever require some patience when acquiring Hammer...
Same here. And that's my preference. I see absolutely no point in having friends, the gf or family ruin the film with their inevitable yackfests.
I've been intrigued with this film since catching the trailer on one of the "42nd Street Forever" volumes. Gotta Netflix this baby now!
Well, that's damn good news if true.
Child's Play 3 by a longshot.
Surprised to see the hatred Seed is receiving.
Definitely Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers. Honorable mention goes to the curiously missing The Phantom Empire.
Contact them directly and let them know your frustration:
If they can do it...
Because I created a monster with that infernal October Horror Movie Challenge ...I'll be losing sleep while watching an unhealthy dose of Turner...
Of those films I've seen (everything but The Incubus & Death Ship), my overwhelming favorite is Videodrome.
1. The Devil's Rejects
2. House of 1,000 Corpses (still waiting on the uncut version, which might substantially change my opinion for the better)...
In no particular order:
I Spit on Your Grave, Straw Dogs, Thriller: A Cruel Picture, Kill Bill, and Old Boy all come in a very close second.
Yeah, as much as I hate doing so I'll be double dipping...only because I'm a sucker for tins...especially steelbooks.
I just hope when they do...
The Hammer double-feature of Quatermass and the Pit/Quatermass 2. And now the damn thing's going for $165 on Amazon MarketPlace. :mad:
Q. Seeing him going toe to toe with Shaft and an enormous flying serpent/bird/god is priceless. :cool: