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 on: 09 Jun 2021 - 20:07 
Started by Stephen Grimes - Last post by Luca Canali
I picked this up, great release - as well as their Blu release of Escalation, 1968. Pity no English option but grabbed it anyway in case it's the only HD release we will ever see of it.

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 on: 23 May 2021 - 08:14 
Started by ecc - Last post by MarcMorris
Has anybody seen The Making of Too Beautiful to Die? Apparently it's on a Colourbox VHS.

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 on: 17 May 2021 - 16:48 
Started by Funktion - Last post by Funktion
Sorry for "cheating" a bit, since it's technically not a soundtrack release (but it's an album by a soundtrack composer, so I guess it's close ;D), but I was unaware that, after years of re-recording the same soundtrack compositions over and over again, Claudio Simonetti has actually released an album of original material last year, The Devil is Back, released with his latest band, Claudio Simonetti's Goblin. And, it's pretty good!

https://rustblade.bandcamp.com/album/the-devil-is-back

One of the tracks has a really cool video, featuring some claymation use:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCNrKjEX048

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 on: 17 May 2021 - 15:35 
Started by demented_uk - Last post by Funktion
The cut scene is indeed later in the film between the park guard and Von Blanc.  All of her nudity is preserved in the US cut.  What is missing are a couple nude shots of the guard on top of her intercut with the close-ups of the tomb painting before the shot in the US version of the guard rolling off of her.  Note the abrupt music cut at roughly 75 minutes just after Cord's character emerges from the tomb after his confrontation with Marley.

Does the German BD present that scene fully intact, or is it cut like the US BD?

thanks  :D

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 on: 17 May 2021 - 14:57 
Started by demented_uk - Last post by ecc
I picked up the German Blu-ray of this one, back in January I think it was, and it definitely features the English track as one of the audio options.

I haven't ever seen the film before, so I have no idea if it features the same cut version as the Code Red disc or the fully uncut Italian version. In a review of the Code Red DVD on DVDbeaver the reviewer mentions that roughly 20 seconds of footage is missing from a sex scene between the park guard and his girlfriend. He also mentions that the actress is played by Christina Von Blanc, but that is incorrect because the park guard's girlfriend is played by another actress and there is no nudity in the scene at all before the murder takes place. Christina Von Blanc plays the role of another character and has a sex scene much later in the film, so I'm assuming that it is that scene that is trimmed in the US cut present of the Code Red disc.

The cut scene is indeed later in the film between the park guard and Von Blanc.  All of her nudity is preserved in the US cut.  What is missing are a couple nude shots of the guard on top of her intercut with the close-ups of the tomb painting before the shot in the US version of the guard rolling off of her.  Note the abrupt music cut at roughly 75 minutes just after Cord's character emerges from the tomb after his confrontation with Marley.

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 on: 17 May 2021 - 08:20 
Started by IL COMMISSARIO - Last post by djvaso
This is my case  :)

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 on: 16 May 2021 - 21:02 
Started by IL COMMISSARIO - Last post by Funktion
If you are in EU, it is very strange that you can not order this release from Amazon UK. I am in a country outside EU but still can order the disc without VAT (GBP 17.79 + GBP 3.58 P&P + EUR 1.00 custom clearance).

Amazon.co.uk has been like this since brexit.
I can't pre-order a goddamned thing from them. I see the items as pre-orderable, but as soon as I log-in, and set a EU address, it's listed as not available.

For most titles, a few days after they are released they are "orderable", but many others (like this one) still aren't.

To give you an idea, please check the link below:

https://imgur.com/a/eAwn5Wk

There's 2 screenshots there.
The first one is when I have a delivery address inside the EU (it can be mine, in Portugal, or my brother's in France). It says the title is not available, "temporarily out of stock" (it has been like this since it first appeared on the store, even before it launched).

The second screenshot is if I add a UK postal code. As you can see, the item is orderable that way.
Sadly, if I add it to the card, and proceed to check out, when I select a EU address I get a message saying the item can't be delivered there, and that I need to select another address.

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 on: 16 May 2021 - 20:20 
Started by IL COMMISSARIO - Last post by djvaso
For those who ordered this release directly from Fractured Visions, may I ask: what kind of packaging do they use (cardboard packaging like Eureka, those thin padded envelopes like Zavvi, ...)?

I tried to reach out to them several times to ask about this (email, social media, ...), but I didn't get a reply.

Sorry to "vent" a bit, but post-Brexit it's majorly annoying to buy anything from the UK.
Amazon.co.uk still does not ship this release outside of the UK. So basically, for this title I can either try Zavvi (who always finds a way to destroy my packages), or I can try to order directly from the label (despite they charging almost £10 in shipping, and charging me UK VAT, which they shouldn't, since I'm supposed to pay local VAT at arrival of the package).
And just like that, a single release ends up costing me more than 50€ (£24.99 for the item, £9.00 for the shipping, plus local customs/VAT (23%), which also includes a customs presentation charge of €12).

At least I hope they provide decent packaging, since paying all this for a damaged item would be a bit much.  ???
If you are in EU, it is very strange that you can not order this release from Amazon UK. I am in a country outside EU but still can order the disc without VAT (GBP 17.79 + GBP 3.58 P&P + EUR 1.00 custom clearance).

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 on: 16 May 2021 - 15:47 
Started by IL COMMISSARIO - Last post by Funktion
Standard Blu-ray case with a card slip cover.
Thanks for your reply, Marc. ;)

But, I meant shipping packaging (those card "wraparounds" that Eureka uses, padded envelopes, ...)?

Lately I've been having a hard time getting items in one piece when some cardboard packaging isn't used (broken cases, loose discs, ...). That's why despite not being a big fan of Amazon, I usually use them for BDs (but they don't ship this release outside of the UK).

thanks

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 on: 16 May 2021 - 09:39 
Started by IL COMMISSARIO - Last post by MarcMorris
Standard Blu-ray case with a card slip cover.

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