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« Reply #30 on: 15 Jul 2007 - 17:42 »

Yes, and it said they haven't been shipped yet. For both books it cost me $97 total. Why is it so expensive to send books from the UK? I was going to buy a large supply of back issues of DARK SIDE magazine but the guy said it be too much in shipping for all the issues I wanted so I never found out exactly how much it was. DARK SIDE is $2 more here so it costs me $12 an issue when I buy one.
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« Reply #31 on: 15 Jul 2007 - 17:47 »

Thanks for the responses. BTW, great piece on Cavallone. Although I'm not a fan of porn, great read nonetheless. Jay, I also have your KILLING FOR CULTURE book. An exhaustive compilation on the Mondo/Snuff movie genres. I frequently peruse through the passages on occasion. I recently acquired a copy of ADDIO ULTIMO UOMO based on info from this book as well as SAVAGE MAN, SAVAGE BEAST. I'm not as curious about the Mondo genre as I once was, but these two piqued my interest over the past few years.
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« Reply #32 on: 15 Jul 2007 - 17:47 »

Yes, and it said they haven't been shipped yet.
Bloody Francis Brewster eh? :-\ :-\

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   BTW, great piece on Cavallone. Although I'm not a fan of porn, great read                       
I wouldn't call Cavallone's work porn,his last few films yes but the majority of his output was surreal and experimental filmmaking that was very original.
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Re: Essential Eurocult books/magazines
« Reply #33 on: 15 Jul 2007 - 17:49 »

Yes, and it said they haven't been shipped yet. For both books it cost me $97 total. Why is it so expensive to send books from the UK?


To be fair to FAB, $97 (£49) isn't that expensive for those two books including shipping. To have the 'Nightmare USA' book shipped within the UK it would cost $16 (£8)... I think it's expensive for you due to the terrible dollar/pound exchange rate...

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« Reply #34 on: 15 Jul 2007 - 17:50 »

Jay, I also have your KILLING FOR CULTURE book. An exhaustive compilation on the Mondo/Snuff movie genres.
Jay didn't write this,think it was David Kerekes and David Slater
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« Reply #35 on: 15 Jul 2007 - 17:52 »

Yes, and it said they haven't been shipped yet.

send Harvey or Francis an email asap I'm pretty sure they'll get straight back to you with an update on your order.

info@fabpress.com
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« Reply #36 on: 15 Jul 2007 - 17:55 »

Jay, I also have your KILLING FOR CULTURE book. An exhaustive compilation on the Mondo/Snuff movie genres.
Jay didn't write this,think it was David Kerekes and David Slater

OOPS! Sorry! I do have your EATEN ALIVE! book though. his name is on that one I'm sure! BTW, what happened to that snuff movie from Bernard Rose? There was an interview with him about this movie in a DARK SIDE issue a while back.
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« Reply #37 on: 17 Jul 2007 - 07:56 »

Thank you for your kind words, all. I like to share material as we're all fans of these movies at the end of the day, right? And nope, I had nothing to do with the snuff book but it's great stuff and very informative. And the Rose snuff movie? I have to be careful but I may have caught this on the big screen last November at Horrorthon in Dublin. If that was the same movie, it was pretty damned bad...

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« Reply #38 on: 30 Jul 2007 - 13:08 »

Just ordered this from Kult Video



120 rare video covers with accompanying text in Italian & English. Couldn't find any reviews or know anyone who has this so I bought it blind. It's Nocturno Magazine/Kult Video joint effort so it should be good.
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« Reply #39 on: 30 Jul 2007 - 13:15 »

Just ordered this from Kult Video



120 rare video covers with accompanying text in Italian & English. Couldn't find any reviews or know anyone who has this so I bought it blind. It's Nocturno Magazine/Kult Video joint effort so it should be good.

Looks good, how much was it Jonny?
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« Reply #40 on: 30 Jul 2007 - 13:18 »

Looks good, how much was it Jonny?


16 Euros, not sure about the postage yet as they've not emailed me with the details yet.

Link to Kult Video Book info HERE
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« Reply #41 on: 31 Jul 2007 - 02:18 »

I'll add IMMORAL TALES.  It covers in great detail the films and background of Jess Franco and Jean Rollin among others, and has turned me on to a number of great films.



Wow - that's a better cover than the one I have! LOL!
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« Reply #42 on: 31 Jul 2007 - 19:03 »

Just ordered from Thrauma(Italy):

Cine 70 #9 featuring Agostina Belli interview

and from Glittering Images:
Psychopathia Sexualis in Italian Sinema(Incredibly strange movie fantasies from “cineromanzi” 1968-1972) featuring Top Sensation,Delirio Caldo,Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh,La veritá secondo Satana etc.
Will post thread on this when i get it ::)



 
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Re: Essential Eurocult books/magazines
« Reply #43 on: 31 Jul 2007 - 19:17 »

That article on Raimondo Del Balzo sounds very interesting, i love his MIDNIGHT BLUE (1979). Wish it was in English.
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Re: Essential Eurocult books/magazines
« Reply #44 on: 31 Jul 2007 - 19:40 »

That article on Raimondo Del Balzo sounds very interesting, i love his MIDNIGHT BLUE (1979). Wish it was in English.
Now that would be great,there's some amazing articles/interviews in Cine 70 and the early issues of Nocturno on Stelvio Massi,Jacopetti,Mario Bianchi,Massimo Pirri,D'amato etc that i'd love to see translated.Some real gems of information that you never see in/on English language magazines/websites,cool way to learn Italian though which i'm getting better and better at.
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