Euro Cult Movie Forum => Blu-ray/DVD Company release archive => Topic started by: Ben Cobb on 10 May 2008 - 17:27

Title: Marketing Film (Germany)
Post by: Ben Cobb on 10 May 2008 - 17:27
For starters...

Labyrinth Des Schreckens (Umberto Lenzi's Eyeball)

Das Alien Aus Der Tiefe (Antonio Margheriti's The Alien From The Deep)

Instel Der Neuen Monster (Sergio Martino's Island Of The Fishmen plus his 1995 sequel The Fishmen And Their Queen)

Die Farben Der Nacht (Sergio Martino's All The Colors Of The Dark)

Die Gruft (Lamberto Bava's Graveyard Disturbance)

Monster Shark (Lamberto Bava)

Blood For Dracula and Flesh For Frankenstein (Paul Morrissey)

Ohne Dollar Keinen Sarg (Eugenio Martin's The Bounty Killer)

Seine Kuglen Pfeifen Das Todeslied (Ferdinando Baldi's The Forgotten Pistolero)

Zum Abschied Noch Ein Totenhemd (Ettore Maria Fizzarotti's I'll Sell My Skin Dearly)




Title: Re: Marketing Film (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 10 May 2008 - 23:39
Mannaja?
Title: Re: Marketing Film (Germany)
Post by: Ben Cobb on 11 May 2008 - 21:35
Yes. Forgot that one Tanzi.
Title: Re: Marketing Film (Germany)
Post by: sadistik1 on 06 Nov 2008 - 13:33
They put out a Spanish film, I can't remember what the German title was but it translates into something like Dance For Satan. A guy I used to get imports off had it, I think it came out at the same time as the Frankenstein/Dracula double bill. 
Title: Re: Marketing Film (Germany)
Post by: KommissarX on 06 Nov 2008 - 16:05
You are thinking of Las Amantes del diablo (Italy/Spain 1971, José Elorrieta):

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Title: Re: Marketing Film (Germany)
Post by: Gary B. on 06 Nov 2008 - 19:07
Ohne Dollar Keinen Sarg (Eugenio Martin's The Bounty Killer)
Seine Kuglen Pfeifen Das Todeslied (Ferdinando Baldi's The Forgotten Pistolero)
Just a warning, these 2 DVDs have some serious motion-blurring and make them nearly unwatchable.  BRUTAL! 

This company's EYEBALL DVD looks really good though...
Title: Re: Marketing Film (Germany)
Post by: sadistik1 on 07 Nov 2008 - 13:50
I like Marketing releases, they always have nice covers and look smart in those blue boxes.