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 21 
 on: 04 Mar 2017 - 08:21 
Started by bloodvamp - Last post by Inspector Tanzi

I'm not enough of a video-phile to notice these things, I guess. I buy a blu ray from 88 I get a really nice looking print of an obscure Italian flick
I wouldn't say anything they put out is obscure, Andy.

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 on: 04 Mar 2017 - 08:11 
Started by bloodvamp - Last post by Inspector Tanzi
88's selection of films is far from obscure, i'm afraid - perfectly well known, obvious to the point of not really needing any specialist knowledge beyond what's generally known by fans of such films. this is why i don't mind paying out more for alternative editions from elsewhere or waiting on new versions in years to come - because they're picking what's long been regarded as films that come around again. CO, on the other hand, do spot and select some very obscure stuff.

Perfectly put, logboy, they don't seem to put out anything that people who've been into the stuff for years haven't seen, whilst some (obviously not all) of the stuff on CO is a first time watch or a first time watch in a decent edition or an edition you can now understand.

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 on: 04 Mar 2017 - 07:35 
Started by bloodvamp - Last post by logboy
I have almost all the CO releases (didn't bother with Wild Beasts or the Mattei flick), love them! Still need to grab the last one on blu. Bit of a pain to get my mits on a copy (too expensive or only via German language sites, wish they'll sell on Amazon!) I'll grab Amuck from CO too probably.

I still believe that 88 are doing a good job letting us genre fans get our hands on some obscure cinema in HD. Yeah they aren't the platinum of video companies but I appreciate how we can get a good genre flick for less than a tenner! As the for extras I think they more or less great!!

CO are like the Noshame of this decade, outstanding and I hope they continue giving us amazing disks! I hope they look into some Mattei actioners  :P

CO can easily be bought via amazon germany. the structuring of all amazon sites matches despite the variation in languages, to a very large extent - plenty of people manage to navigate without really understanding the different languages.

88's selection of films is far from obscure, i'm afraid - perfectly well known, obvious to the point of not really needing any specialist knowledge beyond what's generally known by fans of such films. this is why i don't mind paying out more for alternative editions from elsewhere or waiting on new versions in years to come - because they're picking what's long been regarded as films that come around again. CO, on the other hand, do spot and select some very obscure stuff.

 24 
 on: 03 Mar 2017 - 14:32 
Started by MarcMorris - Last post by babybreese
Dorado has a new pre Order up today
https://doradofilms.video/



Reminder most of Dorado's holding are prints, so temper expectations.
Their Franco double bill looked about the same as the Divisa DVD'd picture wise.

 25 
 on: 03 Mar 2017 - 09:33 
Started by bloodvamp - Last post by broonage
I have almost all the CO releases (didn't bother with Wild Beasts or the Mattei flick), love them! Still need to grab the last one on blu. Bit of a pain to get my mits on a copy (too expensive or only via German language sites, wish they'll sell on Amazon!) I'll grab Amuck from CO too probably.

I still believe that 88 are doing a good job letting us genre fans get our hands on some obscure cinema in HD. Yeah they aren't the platinum of video companies but I appreciate how we can get a good genre flick for less than a tenner! As the for extras I think they more or less great!!

CO are like the Noshame of this decade, outstanding and I hope they continue giving us amazing disks! I hope they look into some Mattei actioners  :P

 26 
 on: 02 Mar 2017 - 19:41 
Started by bloodvamp - Last post by Luca Canali
I'll hang on for the CO release as I have the others . I do wish they'd release their version of Bloodstained Butterfly soon though... I've held off the 88 version but I'm getting twitchy now!

 27 
 on: 02 Mar 2017 - 14:09 
Started by bloodvamp - Last post by Inspector Tanzi
CO one will also have a soundtrack CD, better extra.

And will be free of a certain person's extras (which in itself is a major bonus  ;D )

I won't give him the pleasure of naming him, although I expect his little buddy to screenshot this post and send it to him anyway  :(

So it will be the CO one for me, an exta £20 well spent  ::)

 28 
 on: 02 Mar 2017 - 09:39 
Started by bloodvamp - Last post by logboy
I'll go straight to CO release as I really don't mind paying 30€ or more for a movie that I'm completely sure they restored in the best way they could. Apart from that, I'm a great fan of  extras. Thanks, CO!

the 88 disc of 'amuck!' uses the master that CO created; they've sold them the rights to use it.

now, although that's the case, i'm still hesitant, because i want to see if they leave it alone or manage to do something which would make the two discs not comparable. for example : lower capacity disc, DNR, and so on ...

 29 
 on: 02 Mar 2017 - 06:39 
Started by bloodvamp - Last post by Strigoyu
I'll go straight to CO release as I really don't mind paying 30€ or more for a movie that I'm completely sure they restored in the best way they could. Apart from that, I'm a great fan of  extras. Thanks, CO!

 30 
 on: 01 Mar 2017 - 18:58 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by Inspector Tanzi
This looks interesting, Network are releasing it in April.

No cops and robbers, no clanking chains, no well-worn horror themes; this rare and highly acclaimed thriller anthology features instead a range of stories in which ordinary people are threatened by situations that slide startlingly, menacingly out of control...

Featuring the considerable talents of John Thaw, Ian Holm, Warren Clarke, Tom Bell, Ray Smith and Robert Urquhart, The Frighteners features thirteen haunting tales of malice and manipulation, vengeance and mounting terror. It features stories from acclaimed novelist and playwright William Trevor, Bouquet of Barbed Wire author Andrea Newman, Get Carter writer/director Mike Hodges, and Secret Army co-creator Wilfred Greatorex.



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