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 on: 18 Aug 2020 - 14:46 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by Peter
Great that Etruscan gets a Europena release for those who arne't region free or managed to get the Code Red disc. Now, if only somebody could get Autopsy released on BR!

 72 
 on: 18 Aug 2020 - 13:49 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by Funktion
Thanks for the heads-up, KommissarX.  ;)
I was unaware of that release.  :D

There's a lot of cool stuff coming out in Germany all the time.

 73 
 on: 18 Aug 2020 - 13:45 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by KommissarX
I am really looking forward to this release of Armando Crispino's THE ETRUSCAN KILLS AGAIN (October 30):



Interesting extras including several interviews with rarely featured guys from behind the camera. Plus the original script as pdf. And all for a reasonable price. The film will have English, Italian and German language options, but the extras might not be English-friendly.

 74 
 on: 18 Aug 2020 - 12:32 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by Inspector Tanzi

Mediabook A:


Cover A for me.

 75 
 on: 18 Aug 2020 - 08:40 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by Funktion
Wonder what the odds are of English options on Massacre Time? The German labels are so hit and miss when it comes to subs.

I have an update about this release.

Koch Media, who are distributing this release, have added details to their website.
It seems it will have Italian, English and German audio tracks, and English and German subtitles!
Special features will include an interview with George Hilton (the Freak-O-Rama website lists this as a featurette called "Back Home Someday"), an audio interview with Lucio Fulci, various trailers, a poster/cover gallery, and an audio commentary with Leonhard Elias Lemke + Jonas Erler (I assume this commentary will be in German, and won't be English friendly).

They have 2 different covers/releases listed:

Mediabook A:


https://www.kochmedia-film.de/blu-ray/details/view/film/django_sein_gesangbuch_war_der_colt_mediabook_a_blu_ray_dvd/


Mediabook B:


https://www.kochmedia-film.de/blu-ray/details/view/film/django_sein_gesangbuch_war_der_colt_mediabook_b_blu_ray_dvd/

 76 
 on: 17 Aug 2020 - 21:18 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by Inspector Tanzi
Let us know what the PQ is like when you do. I was going to say that it probably isn't worth upgrading, but the blu pretty cheap. Cheers  :'(
Watched it this evening, not too bad a transfer considering what these films look like a lot of the time, bit scratchy here and and there. Got that regular Eurocine colour look to it.

 77 
 on: 17 Aug 2020 - 21:16 
Started by Funktion - Last post by Funktion
Out of curiosity, but does anyone else watch the Italian TV series Il commissario Montalbano (Inspector Montalbano, as it's know in English)?

For those unfamiliar with the series, it started back in the late 90's, and its feature length episodes are based on a series of books by Italian writer Andrea Camilleri.

It's a very accessible show, that combines police work/mystery plots, some humour, a very likeable cast, and in true Italian fashion, some lovely locations and even lovelier women.  :D

Fans of Italian genre cinema may occasionally find some elements that may seem straight out of a giallo, although again, the series is very accessible, so it doesn't feature very graphic violence (but it does feature the occasional nudity).

Despite that, it's a very enjoyable show. Well shot, lovely locations, good acting, and the length of the episodes (some reaching almost 2 hours) allows for the stories to develop in a leisurely pace that I find very "comforting".


 78 
 on: 17 Aug 2020 - 19:12 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by Funktion
All assets of the Avala Film, co-producer of the movie, which include 370,000m2 of land, 21,500m2 of ruined studios and office spaces in Belgrade and the vault with more of 200 features was sold for 8 million euros in 2015. The concern was expressed that "movie rights will fall into the hands of those not willing to use them, meaning such films might never be seen again". Now, the buyer wants to build a huge complex worth several hundred million euros on this land but it is still waiting for someone else to pay for the digitization.

BTW, the recent critic of the movie in the Serbian:
https://crippledcorner.blogspot.com/2020/07/poslednji-obracun.html
Thanks for the info, djvaso.  ;)

It's always disappointing to see how some people treat film as something totally disposable.
Unbelievably, it's relatively frequent to hear about negatives of genre films (especially indie exploitation films) being thrown away in the US by labs and storage spaces. Just a few months ago, I read about someone who ended up rescuing a few negatives from a dumpster on the back of a lab (the reels of one of the films ended up irrevocably damaged in the process, since the cans were open, inside a garbage container, in the sun).

If the current owners have no interest in doing anything, or monetizing those films, at least they should consider parting with them for a minimal fee.
I'm sure the Fondazione Cineteca Italiana would be more than happy to store and preserve these films.

 79 
 on: 17 Aug 2020 - 17:54 
Started by Inspector Tanzi - Last post by djvaso
All assets of the Avala Film, co-producer of the movie, which include 370,000m2 of land, 21,500m2 of ruined studios and office spaces in Belgrade and the vault with more of 200 features was sold for 8 million euros in 2015. The concern was expressed that "movie rights will fall into the hands of those not willing to use them, meaning such films might never be seen again". Now, the buyer wants to build a huge complex worth several hundred million euros on this land but it is still waiting for someone else to pay for the digitization.

BTW, the recent critic of the movie in the Serbian:
https://crippledcorner.blogspot.com/2020/07/poslednji-obracun.html

 80 
 on: 17 Aug 2020 - 17:44 
Started by the blob - Last post by Inspector Tanzi
The Libertine is an enjoyable enough film, will be upgrading my old DVD.

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