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Author Topic: The Devil's Wedding Night / Il plenilunio delle vergini (Luigi Batzella, 1973)  (Read 35878 times)

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Not english friendly either by the looks of it. Too bad.
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Another one on the Code Red BD list!
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Another one on the Code Red BD list!
Fingers crossed its worth buying!
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Another one on the Code Red BD list!
Fingers crossed its worth buying!
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Has CR released a great looking BD yet?
At least it can't be worse than the download most of us have already.
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An early comment indicates print damage, something you don't find on the Cinekult release.
I really want Rosalba in HD but between not liking print damage in HD & the fact this is currently bundled with 2 other films ( one of which I don't care for while the other amounts to a blind buy ), I am seriously conflicted & will likely wait until these 3 latest BD's unbundle themselves, and meantime hope for a more incisive review from some quarter.

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If you check the CR thread @ Blu ray.com there is more info & caps from this one and NIGHT CHILD.
Here are a couple caps from that thread, keep in mind these are compressed & reduced and from a rip of the BD via VLC, but they look pretty nice 8)




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::)

Ordered!
Yep, got my order in too as soon as I saw it on there
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Damn! Missed it!
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Diabolik have a knack of getting in Code Red stuff in when im skint. Been trying to get LADY STAY DEAD  for months
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I missed it also!
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I was lucky enough to snag a copy of this, Lady Stay Dead, Butcher Baker, The Police Connection and Eerie Midnight Horror Show from Diabolik but, more to the point, who can be arsed with buying from a label that makes getting hold of titles so much like hard work? What a monumental pain in the bollocks.
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