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Discussion in 'Euro Horror' started by meddle, Aug 3, 2005.
dvdempire has seven deaths and strip nude for $11:74 right now.
I ordered mine from DVDPacific.Only $5 shipping for four (Bird..counts as two) discs.
$11.75 for both Strip nude..and Seven Deaths..And $17.31 for Bird...
Here is Tim Lucas of Video Watchdog review for Blue Underground’s Bird with the Crystal Plumage DVD: http://www.videowatchdog.com/watchblog/2005/10/building-better-bird.html
Looks like a great dvd.
But, what is still bugging me, is what is the excat newly found violence have they found.
Thanks meddle,enjoyable read!
The menus and some more screenshots:
Seems like there's nothing new compared to Medusa release.
At least this is what Tim Lucas writes in his review:
"By going back to the original negative, BU also ensured that their BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE would be as complete as it can be. This has not been too much of a problem with earlier European releases, but the film was trimmed for America, notably in the "panties ripping" scene (which has been restored for some time) and the elevator murder scene (which here makes its US debut wholly intact, with the addition or extension of a couple of shots). Disc producer David Gregory tells me that some recent domestic issues of the film on disc have also eliminated the line “Bring in the perverts!” from the police lineup scene, but it has once again been restored to its rightful place."
If the other Gialli also look as good as Bird than I don't even mind the movies are crap!
Bring 'em on!:banana:
Oh and I guess the other three Gialli (The Fifth Cord,Forbidden Photos...,The Pyjama Girl Case) will see a release early next year?Bring THEM on too!:banana:
You forgot to mention their updated Bird review:
Nice Bird review. It's on my list but this has shifted to a priority item now.
My three Gialli shipped today!:banana:
Some fine reviews:
+ a comparison between the X-Rated and BU release of Strip Nude...:
Sheesh.. I'm going to have a hard time justifying this one to my girlfriend...(aka.. the Skin Police)
But what we still haven't read anywhere:Is the cover of Bird a slipcover?
This is the picture DVDPacific uses for the release but it could be they just used an old picture from a VHS release:
Here's the VHS cover:
Here is the cover art below the outer slip case.
Hey meddle, what did extra violence is included?