Euro Cult Movie Forum => Gialli => Topic started by: IL COMMISSARIO on 19 Jul 2007 - 23:21

Title: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 19 Jul 2007 - 23:21
I just ordered these to get my giallo collection going (finally). I only have a few Argento's and Bava's.

BLACK BELLY OF THE TARANTULA
SPASMO
RED QUEEN BOX SET
STRIP NUDE FOR YOUR KILLER
MY DEAR KILLER
CASE OF THE SCORPIONS TAIL
DON'T TORTURE A DUCKLING
THE KILLER MUST KILL AGAIN
7 BLOOD STAINED ORCHIDS

opinions on these...?
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: CJ on 19 Jul 2007 - 23:33
The Giallo's I've bought on DVD so far are:

Deep Red
Don't Torture a Duckling
Black Belly of the Tarantula
Eyeball
Spasmo
Death Walks at Midnight
Death Walks on High Heels
Torso
Autopsy
Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I have the Key
The Pyjama Girl Case
Forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion
Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye
Watch Me When I Kill
The Killer Must Kill Again
Body Puzzle
Cat O'Nine Tails
Tenebrae
Opera
The Stendhal Synmdrome
Blood and Black Lace
Twitch of the Death Nerve
5 Dolls for an August Moon
Shock
Lizard in a Woman's Skin
The Fifth Cord
The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh
Strip Nude for Your Killer
Case of the Scorpion's Tail
My Dear Killer
Seven Blood Stained Orchids
What Have You Done To Solange?
Red Queen Kills Seven Times
The Night Evelyn Came Up from the Grave
Spasmo
What Have You Done to Solange?
Who Saw Her Die?
The Bloodstained Shadow
Case of the Bloody Iris
Short Night of the Glass Dolls
All the Colors of the Dark
Hatchet for the Honeymoon
Death Smiled at Murder
Delirium
(Polselli)
Delirium (Lamberto Bava)

As for opinions on those you've ordered, my favourite of those would be Seven Blood Stained Orchids - a superbly crafted Giallo from --gasp!-- Umberto Lenzi! Hahahaha.

Seriously though, that's a good haul, some real gems in there. I think you're going to have a good time with those. Strip Nude is just wrong for so many reasons, but it's great fun. You'll love it. I did.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 19 Jul 2007 - 23:35
I love Lenzi's movies. STRIP NUDE...is from Bianchi, right? That's reason enough there.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: vigilanteforce on 19 Jul 2007 - 23:37
Love Lenzi and his attitude and his movies. He should be treated with more respect :-X
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 19 Jul 2007 - 23:38
I REALLY want to see Lenzi's all star THE GREAT ATTACK. I saw his BATTLE OF THE COMMANDOS as a kid. Argento wrote this and it stars Palance.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 19 Jul 2007 - 23:41
I also ordered a few mexican and spanish horror flicks I've passed over temporarily. A friend of mine has an extensive giallo collection with lots of the X-rated Cult releases. How is KNIFE OF ICE from Lenzi?
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: CJ on 20 Jul 2007 - 00:05
Love Lenzi and his attitude and his movies. He should be treated with more respect :-X

Oh yes, count me in as a fan of him and his movies. I think the movies he makes are pure entertainment - even the bad ones. Cannibal Ferox was the first Italian cannibal movie I ever saw, so I have a fondness for Lenzi because of this.  :-\
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Post by: vigilanteforce on 20 Jul 2007 - 00:07
I even love his HITCHER IN THE DARK- am I the only person in the world?  :-\
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Post by: Kalibre38 on 20 Jul 2007 - 05:15
Hitcher in the Dark is great  :-\
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Paul on 20 Jul 2007 - 08:23
BLACK BELLY OF THE TARANTULA - This is great - really well-directed and one of the genre's best, IMO.
SPASMO - A solid giallo from Lenzi. Not to all tastes.
RED QUEEN BOX SET - I have this but have yet to see either film.
STRIP NUDE FOR YOUR KILLER. Got this but not seen it.
MY DEAR KILLER - Very good giallo
CASE OF THE SCORPIONS TAIL - Moderately entertaining, if memory serves me right, but not one of Martino's best
DON'T TORTURE A DUCKLING - Brilliant - one of Fulci's best films, IMO and one of my top 10 gialli
THE KILLER MUST KILL AGAIN - Not bad, but not particularly wonderful but entertaining. Not a giallo per se.
7 BLOOD STAINED ORCHIDS - Very good. One of Lenzi's best.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 20 Jul 2007 - 11:11
Love Lenzi and his attitude and his movies. He should be treated with more respect :-X

Oh yes, count me in as a fan of him and his movies. I think the movies he makes are pure entertainment - even the bad ones. Cannibal Ferox was the first Italian cannibal movie I ever saw, so I have a fondness for Lenzi because of this.  :-\

It was my first Italo cannibal movie as well. It also got me into lots of trouble. Thanks, Comp for the mini assessments on the giallo's.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Fray G on 21 Jul 2007 - 22:27
The Red Queen set is a lot of fun. I prefer Red Queen kills..... over Evelyn, but both have a lot of style. The cinematography, set design and locations are quite lush and fairly similar to each other. Red Queen has a nice gothic horror angle to it and a couple of satisfying kills (including one reminiscent of Luciano Rossi's Violent Naples demise). While Evelyn is chock full of knee high leather boots and whips and serves as a cautionary tale about leaving industrial amounts of sulphuric acid lying around besides swimming pools. You'll recognise a few second-string familiar faces from crime films in these two as well.

And more praise for Duckling here, it's my favourite Giallo.
I have Seven Blood Stained Orchids on order at the moment too, looking forward to seeing it.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 21 Jul 2007 - 22:40
Thanks, Fray G, aside from most of Argento's movies and a few others like SLAUGHTER HOTEL, I'm not very learned on the giallo movies.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Fray G on 21 Jul 2007 - 23:01
That's cool, you have a nice cross-section of releases on order. It'll be interesting to see if you prefer the more classical(for want of a better word) gialli like Black Belly and pursue similar stuff like Aldo Lado's, or if Strip Nude for Your Killer floats your boat and you dive headlong into the gutter and get Giallo A Venezia!  ::)

By the way, the final 15 seconds of Strip Nude is jaw droppingly offensive and pretty damn funny. I'd warn you against watching it in female company but the likelihood of female company making it through the rest of the film to this point is slim. :-\
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 21 Jul 2007 - 23:07
I don't have to worry about female company at the moment. I have been called crazy and eccentric for my taste in movies. I seldom see anything new or even new american movies at all. I'm already aware of what many of these are about as well as being familiar with the various directors. And oh, yes...I am anxiously awaiting GIALLO IN VENICE. A friend has a subbed edition with terrible quality but I put off watching it for now. I've got far too many movie to see at the moment anyway and so little time.

And if you saw my collection, I'm all about wading in the gutter! ::)
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Fray G on 21 Jul 2007 - 23:37
I'm the same with Hollywood stuff, i'm only just getting round to checking out History of Violence cos i've been told I have to see it. And as for all the rapidly edited, blue-lit, sub Dawsons Creek sarcasm, dog's shite that passes for the thriller these days, no thanks. I'll stick to stuff made by skilled artisans like Dallamano etc.

I saw somewhere that Halloween and Dean Cundey are regarded as the innovators of that blue light look that all these movies seem to have had now for the last 17 years or so. As much as I love Halloween, I damn it for this.


My copy of Venezia is pish poor and subbed too, it also plays at a wonky speed. I can't imagine it any other way, I think i'd be freaked out by a remastered special edition. :D
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Kalibre38 on 22 Jul 2007 - 04:17
Hmm..I am female and watch Strip Nude for Your Killer often  ;D
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: dracucarr on 22 Jul 2007 - 22:03
No time to post a list now, but I am a giallo whore!  ::) So proud of it too. And the great thing is that there is so much still to be released and so that part of my collection will grow and grow. It's been a while though since the last one I bought so here's to hoping for some more real quick!
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Paul on 23 Jul 2007 - 06:34
Drac - are you aware that Mario Siciliano's MOLOCCHIO (aka THE EVIL EYE) a giallo from 1974 has just been released in the US on a double bill with Jose Larraz' BLACK CANDLES? It's on a label called BCI and is part of a double bill series called 'Welcome To The Grindhouse'.

The film was previously issued on DVD in Germany (X-Rated Kult Film label) but was dubbed into German with optional English subs, so this new release (which I believe is in English) is definitely a step up.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: dracucarr on 23 Jul 2007 - 09:45
Drac - are you aware that Mario Siciliano's MOLOCCHIO (aka THE EVIL EYE) a giallo from 1974 has just been released in the US on a double bill with Jose Larraz' BLACK CANDLES? It's on a label called BCI and is part of a double bill series called 'Welcome To The Grindhouse'.

The film was previously issued on DVD in Germany (X-Rated Kult Film label) but was dubbed into German with optional English subs, so this new release (which I believe is in English) is definitely a step up.

I was indeed and it is due any day now after being held up in an order waiting for the new SE of Moby Dick ( >:(). However, I didn't realise it was a giallo and bought it only for Jose Larraz's Black Candles! Now I'm looking more forward to a title I didn't buy the disgustingly cheap but very welcome BCI disc for. Cheers Comp!

p.s. I am currently watching Take A Hard Ride's region 1 Anchor Bay disc and if there is no thread for this there is soon going to be!
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: The Hunchback on 23 Jul 2007 - 09:50


There isn't a thread.

A shame the film isn't very good.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: dracucarr on 23 Jul 2007 - 10:18


There isn't a thread.

A shame the film isn't very good.

One last note off topic but I love this film and I want the soundtrack as Goldsmith's score is fantastic!
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: dracucarr on 23 Jul 2007 - 12:55
THE EVIL EYE...BLACK CANDLES... on a label called BCI and is part of a double bill series called 'Welcome To The Grindhouse'.


http://dvddrive-in.com/reviews/e-h/grindhouseblackcandles8074.htm

They give them both an unfavourable review here although, they do find Evil Eye interesting. The quality for these films look less than pleasing aswell.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Jonny on 23 Jul 2007 - 20:32
The quality for these films look less than pleasing aswell.

You can't really grumble at the price though! This two film DVD is $7.12 over at Deep Discount, that's about £3.50!
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 23 Jul 2007 - 20:36


There isn't a thread.

A shame the film isn't very good.

Dracucarr, I got a review of this in the BLAXPLOITATION thread if you want to add something on it there.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: CJ on 31 Jul 2007 - 01:29
Drac - are you aware that Mario Siciliano's MOLOCCHIO (aka THE EVIL EYE) a giallo from 1974 has just been released in the US on a double bill with Jose Larraz' BLACK CANDLES? It's on a label called BCI and is part of a double bill series called 'Welcome To The Grindhouse'.

Oooh! Thanks for the heads up - I'll be having this, I think.  ::)
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 31 Jul 2007 - 21:20
How is ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK? I haven't even opened the giallo's I got yet, but I figure I'll get as many as I can for when the time arises to see some of them.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Jonny on 31 Jul 2007 - 21:25
How is ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK? I haven't even opened the giallo's I got yet, but I figure I'll get as many as I can for when the time arises to see some of them.

It's a wonderful film, one of my all time favourites. The Shreik Show DVD is the way to go. It's not a 'formula' Giallo by a long stretch... Definately worth a look if you like Fulci's 'A Lizard in a Woman's Skin'.  Superb Bruno Nicolai score to boot.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 31 Jul 2007 - 21:28
Haven't seen LIZARD. Outside of Argento and a scant few others I've not seen many Giallo's. I've concentrated on several genres at the time building each one then moving on to another. Just now getting to these. Actually I was going to buy the first LIZARD release from SHriek Show, but I read the widescreen one was cut and the uncut version was fullscreen. So I didn't see the point in buying this. Now they have this new version which is supposed to be the most complete one available. I have the Fulci book from Fab Press and there's some great photos from this movie in there.
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Post by: Jonny on 31 Jul 2007 - 22:01
Haven't seen LIZARD. Outside of Argento and a scant few others I've not seen many Giallo's. I've concentrated on several genres at the time building each one then moving on to another. Just now getting to these. Actually I was going to buy the first LIZARD release from SHriek Show, but I read the widescreen one was cut and the uncut version was fullscreen. So I didn't see the point in buying this. Now they have this new version which is supposed to be the most complete one available. I have the Fulci book from Fab Press and there's some great photos from this movie in there.

The re-release 'Lizard' isn't complete either, PM me  :D
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 02 Aug 2007 - 02:58
How are the following...

7 DEATHS IN THE CAT'S EYE
FORBIDDEN PHOTOS OF A LADY ABOVE SUSPICION
BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE (Never seen it all the way through)
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Fray G on 02 Aug 2007 - 21:59
Crystal Plumage apart from the obvious about it being genre defining is a good film, it's well paced, the score is excellent and while being reasonably tame the murders have style. Mario Adorf is in it too! There's a classic scene where the killer's silhouette presents a blade in dedication to an important plot item that is for me one of the images that defines what horror movies are all about.

The Blue Underground release is packed with nice extras including a really informative commentary track by Alan Jones and Kim Newman.

I'd say you've gotta buy this one. :-X
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Post by: Stephen Grimes on 02 Aug 2007 - 22:03
7 Deaths is my favorite of the 3,great gothic horror with a superb cast.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 02 Aug 2007 - 22:06
Stephen, that's the first positive note on 7 DEATHS I've read. I was really pushing to get it as I read about the gothic trappings. My friend who is the giallo nut didn't like it either. How about the other one? FORBIDDEN PHOTOS...? I'll definitely be getting at least the first two along with ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 02 Aug 2007 - 22:11
I've always liked 7 Deaths,something about the style and atmosphere.
Forbidden Photos is ok,it's quite slow in places and not as good as Ercoli's other 2 gialli though some hail it as a classic.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 04 Aug 2007 - 02:06
I got NAKED YOU DIE today. How is this one? Even though I got it now still I'd like some opinion on it. It sounds good.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Paul on 04 Aug 2007 - 17:09
I got NAKED YOU DIE today. How is this one? Even though I got it now still I'd like some opinion on it. It sounds good.

I've had this film for about three years and have bought it twice - as SCHOOLGIRL KILLER on the X-Rated Kult Film label from Germany and then the US Dark Sky release - haven't seen either version! Hahaha.
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Post by: TheIronInspector on 20 Aug 2007 - 09:38
Hello there..I have only been watching giallo now for 6 months or so,( I have been watching poliziotteschi for a lot longer) although I had been a fan of Argento for quite awhile I found it hard to get past him if you know what I mean?? I have on dvd at the moment-

Strange vice of Mrs Wardh
Your Vice is a locked room and only I have the key
Black Belly of the Tarantula
Suspected death of a minor
Death walks on high heels box set
Case of Scorpions tail

I have really enjoyed these so far..especially Suspected death and Mrs Wardh. I have read quite a few reviews of Short Night of Glass dolls...its sounds really interesting, what do you think? I'm a great fan of Umberto Lenzi so I was gonna pick up 'Spasmo', I can still remember the old VHS cover in my local video rental shop back in the day...insane! Any other recommendations you could give me would be great. Cheers
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: IL COMMISSARIO on 20 Aug 2007 - 09:50
I can't recommend much as like you I've seen only Argento's work and one or two stray releases. I have around a dozen of them sitting on one of my shelves unopened but I'll get around to them shortly. SPASMO is one of them and I'm a big Lenzi fan, too.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Fray G on 20 Aug 2007 - 22:20

I have really enjoyed these so far..especially Suspected death and Mrs Wardh. I have read quite a few reviews of Short Night of Glass dolls...its sounds really interesting, what do you think? I'm a great fan of Umberto Lenzi so I was gonna pick up 'Spasmo', I can still remember the old VHS cover in my local video rental shop back in the day...insane! Any other recommendations you could give me would be great. Cheers

I watched Lenzi's "Seven Bloodstained Orchids" recently and enjoyed it, you may like that. And i'd highly recommend checking out "What have you done to Solange" by Dallamano. I rate his work very high. The italian release has great picture quality but the english soundtrack is a bit duff. It's got subs too though.
I've never seen the Shriek Show version to compare.

Short Night... is a fine movie, that and Who Saw Her Die? are a nice pair of classy gialli.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: bloodvamp on 03 Sep 2007 - 18:44
I notice that when i watch a giallo i get more satisfaction from the film then i would from the newest american film whether it be thriller or horror. maybe its that the giallo touches all the bases that viewers respond to like the excellent music and photography, the sexy women, the car chases and the bizarre motives of the killer. anybody else think so?
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Post by: death_proof_reg on 07 Sep 2007 - 23:47
I notice that when i watch a giallo i get more satisfaction from the film then i would from the newest american film whether it be thriller or horror. maybe its that the giallo touches all the bases that viewers respond to like the excellent music and photography, the sexy women, the car chases and the bizarre motives of the killer. anybody else think so?

I have to agree with you there completely, I feel the same way about the crime films.  :P
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Post by: fdsmedia on 08 Sep 2007 - 06:18
I received the Hkflix newsletter and they're referring to an US label/distributor named Euro Cult, who among things seem to have released DEATH CARRIES A CANE:

(http://img125.imageshack.us/img125/7740/87654323009501te4.jpg)

So, who has got any info on this label and their releases?? It looks like it could be a bootleg of the X-rated Kult DVD...
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Post by: Kevin Coed on 08 Sep 2007 - 06:49
Looking at the rest of their releases that Hkflix have then, yes, it's definitely a bootleg.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Paul on 08 Sep 2007 - 09:11
The only company to have released DEATH CARRIES A CANE legally (to my knowledge) is X-Rated Kult film in Germany. They later re-released it with a better transfer, too.
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Post by: Kevin Coed on 08 Sep 2007 - 09:13
NEW did the re-release; it's a two-disc set - one of the discs is just the X-Rated disc.
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Post by: Kevin Coed on 08 Sep 2007 - 09:14
Actually I'm lying. It wasn't NEW it was CFA.
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Post by: Paul on 08 Sep 2007 - 09:25
Actually I'm lying. It wasn't NEW it was CFA.

I have the second release; the picture quakity is a lot better than the first, though I seem t o remember there bing a disclaimer running on the print (when played in English, with no subs) saying "only available for sale in Austria" or something.
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Post by: Kevin Coed on 08 Sep 2007 - 09:46
Quite a few of the X-Rated ones do that. Just rip it to a DVDR with dvdshrink and remove the subtitle track.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Paul on 08 Sep 2007 - 09:49
Quite a few of the X-Rated ones do that. Just rip it to a DVDR with dvdshrink and remove the subtitle track.

Nice one. Thanks, Kev.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: vigilanteforce on 08 Sep 2007 - 16:21
I had bought the German release of DEATH CARRIES A CANE which looked like shit and I soon got rid of it. I am sure the one I had was the first one and not the re-release though. Could you guys please post screenshots of the 2nd release? thanks!
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Jonny on 08 Sep 2007 - 16:24
I had bought the German release of DEATH CARRIES A CANE which looked like shit and I soon got rid of it. I am sure the one I had was the first one and not the re-release though. Could you guys please post screenshots of the 2nd release? thanks!


Here's one I had ready on my PC...

(http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f22/lovelockandload/DeathCarriesaCane.jpg)
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Post by: vigilanteforce on 08 Sep 2007 - 16:43
Fuck! That looks great! I think I will have to get the DVD next time I order!

EDIT: I saw the J & B bottle in the picture and I remembered a time when I was going to bars with a friend and we were ordering J & B and waiters thought we were crazy  :-\
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Jonny on 08 Sep 2007 - 17:09
Fuck! That looks great! I think I will have to get the DVD next time I order!

EDIT: I saw the J & B bottle in the picture and I remembered a time when I was going to bars with a friend and we were ordering J & B and waiters thought we were crazy  :-\

It's a real improvement over the previous release for sure.

The only reason I had the grab on my PC was because I remember grabbing it to post it in the DVD Maniacs J&B thread...  :D

I love me some J&B, saw a big litre bottle in Tesco the other day but it was about £20! The same quantity can be had for about half that price from the duty free lounge at the airport in Rome!
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Post by: fdsmedia on 08 Sep 2007 - 17:17
It looks like I need to buy that austrian DVD too... is it released in one of those large hardboxes? Don't like them very much...
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Post by: Kevin Coed on 08 Sep 2007 - 17:34
Yes it is. I don't mind them but I prefer the smaller ones.
Title: Re: GIALLO PURCHASES
Post by: Kevin Coed on 08 Sep 2007 - 17:37

I love me some J&B, saw a big litre bottle in Tesco the other day but it was about £20! The same quantity can be had for about half that price from the duty free lounge at the airport in Rome!

Was flicking through the Crass biography earlier and Steve Ignorant said that J&B was the bands drink of choice. If it's good enough for my favourite anarchists then it's good enough for me.
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Post by: demented_uk on 09 Sep 2007 - 13:18
The two-disc rerelease of DEATH CARRIES A CANE comes highly recommended.  The picture quality is a marked improvment over the first release.  I found it to be an entertaining, not the best but certainly not the worst.  I noticed that HKFlix currently have it in stock at quite a good price.
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Post by: bloodvamp on 29 Sep 2007 - 21:19
Demented   is the 2disc set yioure referring to ntsc or pal region?
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Post by: demented_uk on 29 Sep 2007 - 22:11
It is PAL and can be found in stock here http://www.hkflix.com/xq/asp/filmID.537892/qx/details.htm (http://www.hkflix.com/xq/asp/filmID.537892/qx/details.htm).  Most places have sold out of this limited set.