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Author Topic: Knife of Ice / Il coltello di ghiaccio (Umberto Lenzi, 1972)  (Read 11675 times)

Stephen Grimes

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PARANOIA is still my favourite so far but this one's a close second.
I'd definitely put this first and PARANOIA second,never seem to get bored with it no matter how many times i watch it.
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I wonder if the BBFC would have any problems with the bullfighting scenes during the opening credits?


I don't think there'd be any problems at all if it were submitted to them.
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It's deliberately oldfashioned in style but I think it holds up really well - much more so than SEVEN BLOODSTAINED ORCHIDS for example.

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It's deliberately oldfashioned in style but I think it holds up really well - much more so than SEVEN BLOODSTAINED ORCHIDS for example.
Or the dire EYEBALL ;D
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Coming from bootleg company WHAM! USA on December 1... widescreen, english audio



Martha Caldwell (Carroll Baker) has been mute since a terrible accident killed her parents when she was a child. Since then she has lived with her wealthy uncle in the Spanish countryside. When Martha's cousin Jenny comes to visit, she is soon found dead. She seems to be the latest victim of a murderer who is killing pretty young girls in the area. As more and more bodies are found, people close to Martha fear that she is in danger. Is Martha the next victim, or is she somehow the reason for the killer's actions?
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I bet it's a rip of the long-deleted Japanese disc.
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I'd put money on it.
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Mh...just stumbled across this. Any news on this? Will the WHAM (!?) disc be released as planned?

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I had a 'you bought this so you might like' email from Amazon a couple of days ago so I'm going to assume that it's going to happen.
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Their distributor has got it in stock already, so...
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Ah, great :(

Any reviews yet? Is it a legitimate release!?

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Haven't seen any reviews... and unfortunately a bootleg, probably from the Japanese DVD...
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got the disc the other day, and it seems to be a port of the japanese disc.
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How's the dvd quality?
Any conversion problems (pal-ntsc)?
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Any word on quality yet?
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