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Post by Zombified » Thu Jan 13, 2005 4:17 pm

today I got " of unkown origin " and " ozone - attack of the redneck mutants "
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Post by gothbat » Thu Feb 10, 2005 6:44 pm

These came in the mail today:

The Card Player
Thriller: A Cruel Picture
Masked Rapists
Haute Tension
Sexy Sisters
Ghost House (Cover B, ltd. edition of 666)

Waiting on Story Of The Eye
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Post by Latte Thunder » Fri Feb 11, 2005 1:38 pm

Since my last post, I added these to my collection:

Silence of the Lambs (Criterion edition) - True to the Criterion reputation, they've kicked out another awesome edition of the movie. Got it for a steal on ebay.

A Tale of Two Sisters - Allegedly creepy-as-fuck horror movie from Korea. Haven't watched it yet.

Pinocchio 964 - Avant, low budget sci fi from Japan. Liked it the first time around, the appeal didn't hold up for a second viewing.

Joint Security Area - My second exposure to Korean director, Chan Wook Park. What a movie! It's great storytelling and a touching look at the situation between NoKo and SoKo.

Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance - Still haven't watched this one yet. Another Chan Wook Park movie, allegedly more violent than Old Boy.

A Chinese Odyssey 1 & 2 - Allegedly Stephen Chow's best movies. If you're not familiar with the name, they're Chinese comedies. The subtitles are very, very poor. They might as well be pig latin.

God Of Cookery - Another Stephen Chow movie that I have yet to watch. Too many movies, not enough time for them all.

Kung Fu Hustle - Still more Stephen Chow. There's a review of it in The Beaten Track. I recommend this movie highly.

Warriors of the Wasteland (bootleg) - I started watching this. I love Enzo Castellari and I love Italian Road Warrior rip offs even more.

Legend of the Sacred Stone - Fucking bizarre Taiwanese kung fu puppet show. There isn't a living actor in this movie, just a ton of big special effects and mystifying martial arts battles done using little puppets.

Delicatessen - My favorite Jean-Pierre Jeunet movie! French survivors of some global catastrophe (it's never established what destroyed Paris) resort to cannibalism to survive, a hapless circus clown dodges bullet after bullet while charming the tenants of the tenement. Hilarious and extremely fucking weird.

The Exorcist: The Version You've Never Seen - Nothing exciting. We've all seen it a million times.

Sixteen Candles - I love John Hughes.

Return to Oz - Nearly forgotten live action movie by Disney from 1985. It's dark as hell and downright frightening in parts. The subliminal subplot about Dorothy's escape from childhood trauma into a fantasy world is disturbing.

Bedknobs and Broomsticks - I'm a sucker for these 70's live action Disney flicks. A witch defends England from Germany in world war 2 with magic.

Robocop (Criterion) - It features a seconds longer cut of the movie but the restored footage is downright brutal and Murphy's death scene is even a little uncomfortable to watch.

Coffin Joe Boxed Set - These movies are fucking awesome. They have intense atmosphere and are quite psychedelic. Coffin Joe is one of the most interesting and underappreciated bad guys in horror.
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Deadhunter: Sevillian Zombies

Post by Julián Lara » Sat Feb 12, 2005 10:11 am

Hey there!
This is Julián Lara, the director of "Deadhunter: Sevillian Zombies", the spanish splatter movie. I read DeadGuy's post mentioning my movie. Well, just to let you know that this movie will be released in DVD in USA and Canada within a few months by a company from NYC, also I directed a sequel titled "Zombie Xtreme" and there's available for north america my first gore short "Evil Night" in DVD. You can learn more about my films and download the trailers in my home page: http://www.julianlara.com If you want to ask me something you can find me here: info@julianlara.com
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Post by Kimberly » Sat Feb 12, 2005 5:01 pm

Latte Thunder wrote: A Tale of Two Sisters - Allegedly creepy-as-fuck horror movie from Korea. Haven't watched it yet.

Delicatessen - My favorite Jean-Pierre Jeunet movie! French survivors of some global catastrophe (it's never established what destroyed Paris) resort to cannibalism to survive, a hapless circus clown dodges bullet after bullet while charming the tenants of the tenement. Hilarious and extremely fucking weird.

Sixteen Candles - I love John Hughes.

Bedknobs and Broomsticks - I'm a sucker for these 70's live action Disney flicks. A witch defends England from Germany in world war 2 with magic.
There are parts of Tale of Two Sisters that I loved and parts I hate... I think it's one that has to grow on me... there's one part though... wooah! Creepy doesn't do it justice...

Who doesn't love a good John Hughes movie...

While I love Delicatessen... my favorite of his is still City of Lost Children

Bedknobs and Broomsticks is the best of the live action/cartoon Disney movies... TRAGUNA MACOIDES TRGORUM SADISDEE... or however you spell it!

Some things we've recently gotten...

Freaks and Geeks: Season 1
Love Object
Blood Simple
Bride of Frank
The Elephant Man
1 Night in Chyna
Some music stuff... AC/DC, X, Parliament Funk
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H.H. Holmes
Saw
All That Jazz

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Some new stuff

Post by {DeAdGuY} » Sat Feb 12, 2005 8:54 pm

Baby Blood
Trilogy Of Terror
Gestapos Last Orgy
Zombie vs Ninja
Troma's WAR
Ultrachrist
Samhain ____ {GORE}
Frivolous Lola
Dawn of the Mummy


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Post by Latte Thunder » Fri Feb 18, 2005 6:40 pm

Got some more.

El Topo & The Holy Mountain - When I tossed out my old VHS collection, I lost my boots of these movies by accident. Rather, I set the boxes of tapes next to the dumpster, a couple of hours later when throwing more shit away, I found that someone had carted those boxes of tapes off. The parting wasn't so bad when I realized that I turned someone new on to these movies. Since then, I've been hungry for DVD copies of these movies and since it doesn't seem like they'll ever see the light of a laser, these bootleg DVDs will have to do. For those who haven't seen them, check this shit out. El Topo is an extremely surrealist western and Holy Mountain is weird beyond words. Awesome stuff.

Izo - To my knowledge, this is the most recent Miike movie to come to DVD. I haven't watched it yet, something about a lunatic samurai reborn throughout several reincarnations, slicing and dicing his way through everyone in the movie. It's got Takeshi Kitano in it, so I have high hopes but I've been less than impressed with Miike's last few movies.

Threads - The movie that single handedly ruined my entire week. A documentary style movie made in the early 80's by the BBC about the social and environmental impact of a nuclear exchange. It covers the politics leading up to the blast, the blast itself and the aftermath over several years. It uses theories based on statistical evidence to outline the possibilities of the nuclear aftermath and is quite possibly the most horrifying movie ever put to film.

Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior - Curiosity got the best of me and those ads on during CSI reruns make my mouth water. More asses are whipped in a thirty second TV spot than every Hong Kong movie released last year.

Night Watch - Fantasy Action from the former Soviet Republic. For a Kleptocracy, they have a few movies released over the last couple of years that look like France might have some competition on the European action movie market. I haven't watched it yet, but it has something to do with Vampires fighting an endless battle with "daytime warriors". I'll report back on it if it's any good.
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Post by gothbat » Fri Feb 25, 2005 3:04 pm

Tenebre (Dutch release, titled "Shadows", longest print available (supposively))
La Rose De Fer (Been waiting so long to see this movie, finally on DVD)
Mordum (Finally get to see if it's a bad as everyone says, sure it won't be though)
Welcome To Arrow Beach (Really wanted an original VHS for this but I got cheap)
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Post by DylanDog » Fri Feb 25, 2005 4:48 pm

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La Rose De Fer (Been waiting so long to see this movie, finally on DVD)
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Where was this released? I'd like to see it as well.
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Post by gothbat » Fri Feb 25, 2005 7:28 pm

It's from Germany, on the X-rated Kult DVD label.
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Post by DylanDog » Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:53 pm

Great, thanks for the heads up. I'll have to order this one.
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Post by {DeAdGuY} » Sat Feb 26, 2005 3:21 pm

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Zombie Nosh
Chinese Super Ninja -[PanMedia Uncut Version!]
The Ultimate Ninja Collection Vol. 1
The Slayer aka Nightmare Island
50 Martial Arts Movies DVD Box Set
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Post by Kimberly » Thu Mar 31, 2005 10:48 pm

Some new ones we've gotten/acquired...

Kung Fu Hustle
Ong-Bak
Subconcious Cruelty
Bling Bling: Bling-A-Long
Indecline v.1: It's Worse Then You Think
Born to Fight (on the way)
Witchfinder General (on the way)
Haute Tension (on the way)
Infernal Affairs
Joint Security Area
12 Angry Men
Eaten Alive
Tobe Hooper's Toolbox Murders



Is all I can think of off the top of my head...
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3 x 3 Eyes Perfect Collection
Orgazmo Unrated
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Post by Remo D » Fri Apr 01, 2005 5:54 pm

Just picked up Tobe Hooper's TOOLBOX MURDERS and Paul Naschy's ROJO SANGRE.
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Post by gothbat » Sat Apr 02, 2005 6:33 pm

The Twilight Zone: The Definitive Edition: Season 1
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WOMENS FLESH - "Women in a mental hospital are video taped . While hallucinating they rip out their own tongues,intestines and innards and then EAT thier own entrails ! Japanese language but who cares? "
OSTERMONTAG - Directed by Heiko Fipper

EAT THE RICH

VIDEOSCRAMBLE 1

NIGHT OF THE BLOODY APES - no gore worth mentioning in here

TORCHED - "A WOMEN GETS ATTACKED IN AN ELEVATOR IN HER APARTMENT BUILDING AND SOON AFTER FINDS OUT WHO DID IT AND GETS REVENGE, BIG TIME!!"
MENTAL VAGRENCY - A COMPILATION OF OLD MOVIE CLIPS, COMMERCIALS, INTERVIEWS, AND OTHER WEIRD AND GROSS HAPPENINGS!!
DEUTERONOMIUM - "New Swiss independent movie, directed by Roger Grolimund, with over-the-top effects from Olaf Ittenbach. Michael Luhser is a lone wolf. He is fed up with society. He begins experiencing delusions and he loses it...because he believes to be the genesis of all suffering. He is the chosen one and the last judgment. He starts killing anyone, he can get...."
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SAVAGE KILLING PICTURE (injured rape murder film)

SHATTER DEAD

BLOOD FOR DRACULA

THE DARK CRYSTAL

WUDANG DRUNKEN SWORD

AUGUST UNDERGROUND

RAPE AND REVENGE vol 1

SHAOLIN DRUNKEN BOXING

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Post by {DeAdGuY} » Mon May 23, 2005 8:39 pm

Instructors Of Death
Flesh for the beast
Red Room
Hell Asylum
Subhuman

Goblet of Gore
PSYCHO JACK
Hunting Creatures
Garden of Love
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Bad Boy Bubby
Steve-O: Gross Misconduct
The Deadly Spawn
The Dead Next Door
Lizard in a Woman's Skin
Dumplings: Three Extremes
Eyes Without a Face
Ju-On (can get rid of my DVD-R now)
The Super Inframan
Porno Holocaust (now I can know what they are saying)
The Mysterious Skin
Amityville 3-D (SE)
Race with the Devil

And way too many DVD-R's and music crap to list...
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Post by gothbat » Fri Aug 19, 2005 10:44 pm

Le Conseguenze Dell'amore (DVD)
Rome Armed To The Teeth (DVD)
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Aftermath SE
Ultraman: The Next
Ultraman Tiga: Vol. 1 Prophecy of Evil
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Post by {DeAdGuY} » Sat Sep 03, 2005 4:59 pm

The Murder Secret presented by Lucio Fulci
Angel of Death: Fuck or Die
Quando Alice ruppe lo specchio
Murder Set Peices
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Post by BILE » Sat Sep 03, 2005 9:54 pm

Infection and Haruko the Goblin,Both straight from Japan.


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