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Chomper wrote:

Very cool Vasquez! I could see myself getting that sometime, even though I have the Arrow version already.

I wouldn't usually get multiple versions of films but its my 2nd fav horror flick of all time so I thought I would with this film. And as I say it has a substantial new doc on it (over an hour long).

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Pitch Perfect
The Sitter
Role Models
Mermaid in a Manhole/He never Dies double feature
Cannibal Ferox

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Hatchet III

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Army of Darkness (Screwhead Edition)
Planet Terror
Spawn

All for $2.50, yay me!

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Nightmare In Wax (1969)
Scared To Death (1980)
Body Melt (1992)
Rawhead Rex (1988)
Tales from The Darkside (1992)

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Just picked up this awesome piece of my childhood!

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Just bought these Arrow releases. As always arrow knock it outta the park with these DVD/Blu-Ray packages.

http://www.joblo.com/images_arrownews/texas-chainsaw-2-blu.jpg

http://www.top10films.co.uk/img/peopleunderthestairs.jpg

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Nice boxing!

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Nice haul! Other than the obvious classic there, I gotta say Galaxy of Terror is top notch sci-fi, also love the Robotech, I remember watching it in my youth.

Vas: Beautiful editions of great movies, love both People Under the Stairs and TCM.

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I gotta admit, those boxarts look fuckin' nice! I really need to watch People Under the Stairs sometime. The NightmareOn Elm Street is complete film collection.

Once I get moved into my new place, I'll show my stuff I got signed by Robert Englund, too. Is there any recent modern (2012-present) horror worth getting? I'll likely pick up the Carrie remake, if for no other reason than for the lady, it wasn't too bad, for a remake.

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Vasquez wrote:

Just bought these Arrow releases. As always arrow knock it outta the park with these DVD/Blu-Ray packages.

http://www.joblo.com/images_arrownews/texas-chainsaw-2-blu.jpg

http://www.top10films.co.uk/img/peopleunderthestairs.jpg

Arrow do some good stuff. don't like those two films though.

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Alucard the Risen wrote:

I gotta admit, those boxarts look fuckin' nice! I really need to watch People Under the Stairs sometime. The NightmareOn Elm Street is complete film collection.

Once I get moved into my new place, I'll show my stuff I got signed by Robert Englund, too. Is there any recent modern (2012-present) horror worth getting? I'll likely pick up the Carrie remake, if for no other reason than for the lady, it wasn't too bad, for a remake.

I thought the Carrie remake was mediocre, great casting though. Maybe the Conjuring or You're Next which people seem to have been loving this year, but of which I have seen neither. VHS 2 was cool flick too, as was Lords of Salem. I also heard positive reviews for Maniac, which I have not had the fortune of seeing.

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I'm gonna pick up Lords of Salem as a Zombie fan, I hear a lot of good about The Conjuring as well, maybe make it a renter first, VOD from cable is an amazing thing. On the fence about Maniac.

I truly believe I lost brain cells sitting through The Amittyville Haunting, terrible acting, jumping over each other's lines to the point I swear there was no script and they just ad liband stumble through the whole thing. Even for a found footage film it was way overused. There no real buildup of suspense, no truly 'shocking' moments at all, 6 people die in the first 10-15 minutes, then no one else dies or even gets badly injured 'till most of the way through, then they rush-killed the family in like 30 seconds (I am not kidding), and the poor little sister kept getting forgotten about by the cast and crew to the point that I wonder if she was a last minute "throw in", mad

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^^^
Lords Of Zombie RULES so does Conjuring.

Haven't seen Amityville Haunting, I stopped at Amityville Horror, my favorite one, damn Melissa George, OHHH MELISSAAAaaahhh!!! And I'm gonna keep it at that.

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wolfman1959 wrote:
Vasquez wrote:

Just bought these Arrow releases. As always arrow knock it outta the park with these DVD/Blu-Ray packages.

http://www.joblo.com/images_arrownews/texas-chainsaw-2-blu.jpg

http://www.top10films.co.uk/img/peopleunderthestairs.jpg

Arrow do some good stuff. don't like those two films though.

I have to admit that TCM 2 isn't a fav of mine, but I have only watched it once online as a sub-par version and like many horror films like the original Evil Dead or Martyrs there is a possibility I might like it 100 times better on a second watch. Also, one of the main reasons why I bought the set was for all the extras on the package such as the inclusion of Hoopers early film work pre TCM 1 (74) and 100 page booklet. In all considering the below extras the set is a bargain at £24 pounds.

3-DISC LIMITED EDITION SET FEATURES:
-High Definition digital transfers of three Tobe Hooper films
-Original uncompressed audio tracks for all films
-Limited Edition Packaging, newly illustrated by Justin Erickson
-Individually Numbered #/10,000 Certificate
-Exclusive Limited Edition Extras
DISC 1 – THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2
-High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation from a digital transfer supervised by Director of Photography Richard Kooris
-Optional English SDH subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
-Audio commentary with director and co-writer Tobe Hooper, moderated by David Gregory
-Audio commentary with stars Bill Moseley, Caroline Williams and special-effects legend Tom Savini, moderated by Michael Felsher
-“It Runs in the Family” – A documentary looking at the genesis, making-of and enduring appeal of Hooper’s film. With interviews including star Bill Johnson, co-writer L. M. Kit Carson, Richard Kooris, Bill Moseley, Caroline Williams, Tom Savini, Production Designer Cary White and more!
-Alternate Opening sequence with different musical score
-Deleted scenes
-“Still Feelin' the Buzz” - Interview with horror expert Stephen Thrower, author of Nightmare USA
-Original Trailer
DISC 2 [BLU-RAY] & DISC 3 [DVD] – TOBE HOOPER’S EARLY WORKS – LIMITED EDITION EXCLUSIVE
-High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition (DVD) presentation of two of Tobe Hooper’s early works, available on home video for the first time in the world
-The Heisters (1964) Tobe Hooper’s early short film restored in HD from original elements [10 mins]
-Eggshells (1969) Tobe Hooper’s debut feature restored in HD from original elements [90 mins]
-Audio Commentary on Eggshells by Tobe Hooper
-In Conversation with Tobe Hooper - The legendary horror director speaks about his career from Eggshells to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.
-Trailer Reel of all the major works by Tobe Hooper
100-PAGE BOOK – LIMITED EDITION EXCLUSIVE
-Exclusive perfect bound book featuring new writing on the film by John Kenneth Muir, an overview of the Chainsaw franchise by Joel Harley and an investigation of Tobe Hooper’s three-picture Cannon deal by Calum Waddell, illustrated with archive stills and posters with more to be announced!

I regards to People Under The Stairs I LOVE that film and actually think its Cravens best film, though NOES (1984) comes an EXTREMELY close second, followed by Deadly Blessing.

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Alucard the Risen wrote:

I gotta admit, those boxarts look fuckin' nice! I really need to watch People Under the Stairs sometime. The NightmareOn Elm Street is complete film collection.

Once I get moved into my new place, I'll show my stuff I got signed by Robert Englund, too. Is there any recent modern (2012-present) horror worth getting? I'll likely pick up the Carrie remake, if for no other reason than for the lady, it wasn't too bad, for a remake.

Here is a list of Horror (2012-present) I consider worth getting (though its all personal opinion of course, so it might be better to rent the titles before u buy them)

American Mary
The Seasoning House
Sleep Tight (From the co-director of REC 1 and 2)
We Are What We Are - Jim Mickle's remake - (When it eventually gets a Blu/DVD release)
Frankenstein's Army
Bzytanuim

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kXnPunk wrote:

^^^
Lords Of Zombie RULES so does Conjuring.

Haven't seen Amityville Haunting, I stopped at Amityville Horror, my favorite one, damn Melissa George, OHHH MELISSAAAaaahhh!!! And I'm gonna keep it at that.

You act like it wasn't obvious where that was going! tongue

And it isn't in that series, it isn't even a remake, it's a completely seperate entity, it available on Netflix.

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Thank you, Vasquez! Hey is that TCM collection available in that exact packaging in Region 1?

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Alucard the Risen wrote:

Thank you, Vasquez! Hey is that TCM collection available in that exact packaging in Region 1?

Only available in Region B/2 i'm afraid, so unless u have a multi-region player I don't know what you would do.

I actually haven't got a BLu-Ray player to watch it myself but since its limited to 10,000 copies I want to get it before it goes out of print.

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I uhderstand that, believe me!

I think my player in my PC is, but I don't remember and have nothing to test it, sadly...

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The Reflecting Skin
Office Killer
Frozen in Fear
Strange Girls
Pinprick
Invisible
Brothel
The Pit and the Pendulum

$5 dollar DVD deal, for 8 flicks. The Pit and the Pendulum (2005) is directed by Stuart Gordon and has Jeffery Combs as Poe (if I remember correctly). That should be interesting to watch!

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Gordon's The Pit and the Pendulum is from '91, Creech.  And Combs plays a supporting role to Lance Henriksen as Torquemada.

Man, I'm tired of being right all the time...

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I remember seeing that film when I was in eighth grade, English class, I was the only one both awake and unafraid by the end.

Also, message received, smile