The Pride of your DVD Collection

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  1. bigdaddyhorse

    bigdaddyhorse Detroit Hi-on

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    A few of my prides;
    Maniac Cop (Elite)
    Fight Club (2 disc)
    Hard Boiled (Criterion)
    Robocop (Cri.)
    Thursday
    Demon Knight
    Big Trouble In Little China (2 disc)

    A few destert island discs;
    LOTR EE
    Fight Club (2 disc)
    AOD 2 disc LE
    Fear And Loathing in Las Vegas (Cri.)
    BTILC (2 disc)
     
  2. mcchrist

    mcchrist A new breed of pervert!

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    Reflections of Evil
    Fight Club (2 disc)
    Repo Man
    Suicide Circle
    Blood Trilogy
    Extra Weird Sampler
     
  3. DefJeff

    DefJeff Franca Stoppi's #1 fan

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    hell yeah, The Killer is my favorite movie of all time. That would definitally be my choice. I only wish i had the Criterion of it. Are the ones you own the Criterion or the Fox Lorber version? I have the Criterion Hard Boiled, but the Fox Lorber version of The Killer
     
  4. Latency

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    Army of Darkness (MGM)

    I am not gonna cheat like evryone else and pick more than one :glasses:
     
  5. Re-Animator Elite ME
    Signed by both Stuart Gordon & Brian Yuzna
     
  6. Latency

    Latency Guest

    what do poeple like about re-animator so much ? i bought it due to the number of people that love this film here. I watched it a few times last month and found it entertaining but nothing to brag about. please enlighten me. maybe i am missing something :)
     
  7. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    RE-ANIMATOR is just pure fun.

    Chaostar - Where did you get the RABID DOGS disc?? Was it recently or back when it was first released?

    My faves include:

    THE BEYOND
    HERZOG/KINSKI COLLECTION
    SUSPIRIA
    LOTR: EXTENDED CUT
    EVIL DEAD
     
  8. mcchrist

    mcchrist A new breed of pervert!

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    The same could be said about Army of Darkness :)

    If I could only take one, I'd drive myself into an insane stupor with Repo Man.
     
  9. legnadibrom

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    poop

    "princess and the warrior"
    "clean, shaven"
    "waking the dead"
    "conan the barbarian"
    "phenomena"
     
  10. chill

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    At the moment it would be Henry:portrait of a serial killer Director's Edition
     
  11. Trucci

    Trucci Guest

    Actually I didn't like Re-Animator. I think I was overhyped though. There was some nice gore, but the humor was unexpected for me.
     
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  12. The Chaostar

    The Chaostar Johnny Hallyday forever

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    Back when it was first released...:D
     
  13. Jamm

    Jamm J'aime les cadavres

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    Definitely my Wickerman Box. I just love it so.
     
  14. Andrew

    Andrew Guest

    You lucky bastard ;).
     
  15. KillSwitch

    KillSwitch Guest

    Bride of ReAnimator is my baby. That with NOES collection boxset and Beyond Tin. :)

    Nick
     
  16. gorelover

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    Olaf Ittenbach Collection (3 disc)
    Street Trash
    Tetsuo I/II
    Gross Out :p

    -gl
     
  17. Latency

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    what do poeple like about re-animator so much ? i bought it due to the number of people that love this film here. I watched it a few times last month and found it entertaining but nothing to brag about. please enlighten me. maybe i am missing something
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    The same could be said about Army of Darkness

    If I could only take one, I'd drive myself into an insane stupor with Repo Man.

    -MrChrist

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    Well I guess you're right. I actually didn't like AOD when I watched it in my early teen years. It wasn't till I bought the DVD at walmart last year that I fell in love with it. Maybe the same will happen with Re-animator. A couple years from now I be will raving about it. Who knows :)
     
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  18. Mortis

    Mortis GARBAGE DAY!

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    My signed Dawn of the Dead.
     
  19. mcchrist

    mcchrist A new breed of pervert!

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    I want that set bad!
     
  20. Luna

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    Damn. If I had to choose one of my DVD sets to take on a desert island, I guess I'd have to choose my Monty Python box set. :evil:

    I'd go insane too quickly without a little variety amd something to lighten my mood! :nervous:

    Well, either that or one of my X-Files box sets. As you can see, I'm aiming for HOURS of entertainment here... the most bang for my buck, so to speak.

    I don't know if I could actually choose just one movie from my collection, or even five.
     

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