Euro Cult Movie Forum => Blu-ray/DVD Company release archive => Topic started by: djvaso on 02 Jun 2011 - 19:43

Title: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: djvaso on 02 Jun 2011 - 19:43
It's good time to start a new topic with the recent announcements of Lenzi's movies (La Banda del Gobbo; Il Cinico, l'infame, il violento) on English friendly DVDs.
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Post by: Ben Cobb on 02 Jun 2011 - 21:03
That's exciting news
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Post by: Paul on 03 Jun 2011 - 08:08
Nice one. I shall be having both, then.  ;)

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Post by: broonage on 03 Jun 2011 - 08:28
Awesome!

Never seen Gobbo. I'd love to see some of the other Milian (and Merenda) films that are not English-fied yet, e.g. Massi titles etc.
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Post by: Jonny on 04 Jun 2011 - 10:17
Anyone got a link to any of FilmArt's previous releases? Can't seem to find anything at the moment...
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Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 04 Jun 2011 - 10:22
I'd love to see some of the other Milian (and Merenda) films that are not English-fied yet, e.g. Massi titles etc.
Which ones come to mind Andy?
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Post by: broonage on 04 Jun 2011 - 11:10
I'd love to see some of the other Milian (and Merenda) films that are not English-fied yet, e.g. Massi titles etc.
Which ones come to mind Andy?

La Banda Del Trucido is the most obvious one springing to my mind. Never seen it, yet I have a huge poster in my hallway lol. I had the French Neo dvd for a while but sold it on preferring to watch the film in English.

Also the Mark films would go down a treat as well as the Nick films with Merenda.
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Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 04 Jun 2011 - 11:23
I'd love to see some of the other Milian (and Merenda) films that are not English-fied yet, e.g. Massi titles etc.
Which ones come to mind Andy?

La Banda Del Trucido is the most obvious one springing to my mind. Never seen it, yet I have a huge poster in my hallway lol. I had the French Neo dvd for a while but sold it on preferring to watch the film in English.

Also the Mark films would go down a treat as well as the Nick films with Merenda.
Fun film, I used to have a Dutch tape in English, wish I kept it really.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 04 Jun 2011 - 20:17
I'd love to see some of the other Milian (and Merenda) films that are not English-fied yet, e.g. Massi titles etc.
Which ones come to mind Andy?

La Banda Del Trucido is the most obvious one springing to my mind. Never seen it, yet I have a huge poster in my hallway lol. I had the French Neo dvd for a while but sold it on preferring to watch the film in English.

Also the Mark films would go down a treat as well as the Nick films with Merenda.
Fun film, I used to have a Dutch tape in English, wish I kept it really.
I feel the same way with the DVD I had. Then again, i see it now and again second hand for less than 10€, so I imagine I'll pick it up again.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 05 Jun 2011 - 07:54
Anyone got a link to any of FilmArt's previous releases? Can't seem to find anything at the moment...

First I've heard of them, mate.
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Post by: Jonny on 05 Jun 2011 - 08:27
First I've heard of them, mate.

Same here, does anyone else think these might turn up in multiple cover variant hartbox releases?  :-\
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Post by: Ben Cobb on 05 Jun 2011 - 11:05
Heard rumours they've also got a release of Naschy's Assignment Terror in the works... can anyone confirm?
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Post by: gnorthcott on 05 Jun 2011 - 11:45
that would be very cool,has it ever been available on a legit disc,iv seen countless bootlegs but have always avoided them
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Post by: Paul on 05 Jun 2011 - 16:47
First I've heard of them, mate.

Same here, does anyone else think these might turn up in multiple cover variant hartbox releases?  :-\

The legitimacy of a lot of German releases always seems questionable. That said, I'd take a grey Market German release over one from the likes of Alfadigital.


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Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: djvaso on 17 Mar 2012 - 19:45
Battle of the Godfathers (Zinksärge für die Goldjungen - Edition Deutsche Vita #1) 2-DVD set will be available on April 12th. The technical specifications were posted by wayne in the appropriate thread. I add that the packaging is digipak in slipcase and the release is limited in 1500 pieces. It is currently available for pre-order at Ofdb.de shop.

OT Could anyone from Germany explain the procedure for age verification at Ofdb.de for unrated and FSK18 titles? Thanks.
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Post by: unsociable on 17 Mar 2012 - 21:20
OT Could anyone from Germany explain the procedure for age verification at Ofdb.de for unrated and FSK18 titles? Thanks.
this may be a little tricky...

the verification is done via certified mail. after creating an account at OFDb.de you have to access your personal settings where you have to then "buy" (it doesn't cost anything, as far as I remember) an item called "Einschreiben". subsequently you should send them a copy/scan of your passport or of some other sort of ID (I think this could be done via e-mail) whereupon they will send a letter containing your activation code to the adress stated there. now you'll just have to sign for the letter and there you go.
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Post by: wayne on 18 Mar 2012 - 12:01
You can also order the set from amazon:

http://www.amazon.de/Zinks%C3%A4rge-f%C3%BCr-die-Goldjungen-Deutsche/dp/B007LEG2VO/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1332075604&sr=8-2-spell (http://www.amazon.de/Zinks%C3%A4rge-f%C3%BCr-die-Goldjungen-Deutsche/dp/B007LEG2VO/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1332075604&sr=8-2-spell)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: DjangoLi on 22 Apr 2012 - 13:16
Time for a little promotion here...

I got involved with FilmArt late last year via Mike Malloy who kindly recommended my services to them - I worked on the English subs for 'Il Re Della Mala' but, sadly, the Italian licensors wouldn't let them use them so they were used to translate from English>German only (basically for their own internal use) They did try...

I should add that the first disc does, as has been mentioned already, contain the English dub track so fans of wonky dubbing have no reason to avoid it! Personally, it's the speedboat stuff at the end that's the real killer... Seriously, those guys are completely insane!

Anyway, the next two films I've been working on are 'The Cynic, The Rat and the Fist' and 'La Banda del Gobbo' (Brothers Till We Die) - Initially the extras were two interviews with Sal Borghese and Henry Silva and a text essay by Umberto Lenzi... Giving it some thought (and checking the opening credits when I started work on them...) I noticed Franco Micalizzi did the soundtracks for both films... As luck would have it, Franco's son Cristiano plays in my cousin's band so I got in contact with him and recorded an interview for FilmArt:

Franco Micalizzi chilling in his home studio:

(http://thumbnails18.imagebam.com/18629/b108eb186283947.jpg) (http://www.imagebam.com/image/b108eb186283947)

The full interview was almost three hours long but I've chopped it down to about 60 minutes, aiming to keep it focussed on him, his music, and working with Umberto Lenzi.

Next up: Given that they were already in contact with Umberto Lenzi, I suggested recording a video interview with him - and that happened about a week ago... I have to be honest, he's a great guy but he was also very demanding at first... I also got the impression he was expecting us to turn up, ask a couple of questions and leave. But that isn't what happened: I did my research (for once!) and turned up with a stack of questions and came away with an almost three hour long 'career' interview... By all accounts, his first - and he did seem quite happy/surprised at the end of it! Of course, it's going to be edited down heavily but expect the guts of the interview on the discs...

Now, I have no idea which interviews are going on which discs, etc - or what shape they'll finally appear in but it's looking promising that both will be extensive.

Umberto Lenzi telling us what questions to ask, and how to ask em!

(http://thumbnails76.imagebam.com/18629/c00938186285202.jpg) (http://www.imagebam.com/image/c00938186285202)

(Thankfully he eased up after a short while...)

There's still a lot of work for me to do here; The Micalizzi interview is just about ready to send over, and the Lenzi text essay has been translated - This week I'll be chipping away at the Lenzi interview...

I'd also like to thank Mike Malloy and Sebastian (at FilmArt) for making all this possible - Cheers!  :P

Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Jonny on 22 Apr 2012 - 13:20
Amazing! Great to hear you've been busy!

Interviewing Micalizzi and Lenzi!  ;)
Title: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 22 Apr 2012 - 14:19
That's incredible news!
Title: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: demented_uk on 22 Apr 2012 - 18:32
Sounds great, hope they are treating you better than other company did.
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Post by: Paul on 23 Apr 2012 - 08:48
I've taken the libery of adding this news to the blog.

http://www.lovelockandload.net/blog/wordpress/ (http://www.lovelockandload.net/blog/wordpress/)
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Post by: Robert W on 23 Apr 2012 - 23:24
Incredible news. Thanks for giving Lenzi a chance to talk about his career.
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Post by: KommissarX on 24 Apr 2012 - 01:04
Fantastic news, DjangoLi! Can't wait to watch these interviews.  ::)

It's great to hear you had such a fruitful interview with Lenzi. Since you mentioned he was quite demanding at first: Judging from this short outtake from an older interview session, he can become quite tense, indeed. The accompanying text says it's about him not wanting to appear in the video alongside other actors from CANNIBAL FEROX. Maybe you can fill us in on what is going on here?
http://gompix.net/2008/11/27/world-exclusive-lenzi-on-the-verge/ (http://gompix.net/2008/11/27/world-exclusive-lenzi-on-the-verge/)
Please mind you, I love Lenzi and I certainly don't want to cast him in an unfavourable light. I just see him as a very strong-willed personality who is truly passionate about his work and career.

Looking forward to the upcoming releases!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: DjangoLi on 24 Apr 2012 - 16:18
Fantastic news, DjangoLi! Can't wait to watch these interviews.  ::)

It's great to hear you had such a fruitful interview with Lenzi. Since you mentioned he was quite demanding at first: Judging from this short outtake from an older interview session, he can become quite tense, indeed. The accompanying text says it's about him not wanting to appear in the video alongside other actors from CANNIBAL FEROX. Maybe you can fill us in on what is going on here?
http://gompix.net/2008/11/27/world-exclusive-lenzi-on-the-verge/ (http://gompix.net/2008/11/27/world-exclusive-lenzi-on-the-verge/)
Please mind you, I love Lenzi and I certainly don't want to cast him in an unfavourable light. I just see him as a very strong-willed personality who is truly passionate about his work and career.

Looking forward to the upcoming releases!

Before interviewing him Franco Micalizzi warned us not to talk about anyone else - Truth is, he liked to talk about other actors, but only if he liked them! If he didn't he would get angry and call them everything under the sun... He's certainly someone who speaks his mind.

The fatal error in that clip you posted : We learned (after about ten seconds...) that HE was going to tell us where to position the camera. In that clip you posted the interviewer seems to have his own ideas about where to put it and you can hear Lenzi getting furious about that. The camera had to be exactly where he wanted it...

Honestly, for the first fifteen minutes my wife and I were just thinking "What the fuck is going to happen next? Is he going to kick us out before we even start?!"

My first thought was that it comes from his experience as a director - In order to bring a film in on time he has to appear to be tough, and assert his power over just about everyone... I think that's what we're seeing here. He was the same with us, definitely.

Still, once you broke through the tough as nails exterior, which wasn't long - he was very easy to talk to - the complete opposite of how he first appeared (which was a blessing and a relief!)


Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: DjangoLi on 24 Apr 2012 - 16:39
And panic over! (for me at least!)

Noticing the lack of subs on the Italian version of 'Il Re Della Mala' (on the second disc) - I got a bit worried last night, thinking 'maybe' they were going to use my subs as a guide to translate from English > German for these two discs as well...

I emailed Sebastian at FilmArt last night and he just replied:

"Hello Anthony!

Yes, both DVDs will contain english subs and the english dubbing ;-)"

Phew!

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Post by: Jonny on 24 Apr 2012 - 17:31
And panic over! (for me at least!)

Noticing the lack of subs on the Italian version of 'Il Re Della Mala' (on the second disc) - I got a bit worried last night, thinking 'maybe' they were going to use my subs as a guide to translate from English > German for these two discs as well...

I emailed Sebastian at FilmArt last night and he just replied:

"Hello Anthony!

Yes, both DVDs will contain english subs and the english dubbing ;-)"

Phew!

Awesome news! Cheers for letting us know!
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Post by: KommissarX on 24 Apr 2012 - 20:09
Thanks for clarifying, DjangoLi! Seems quite like an adventure to interview Lenzi.  :-\
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Post by: Bogan The Wanderer on 25 Apr 2012 - 09:25
Great work DjangoLi!   ;)  These look like top discs.
Title: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 25 Apr 2012 - 11:44
Can't wait for these releases. Let's hope they sell well and they release some more English friendly crime films.
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Post by: Robert W on 25 Apr 2012 - 21:58
Fantastic news, DjangoLi! Can't wait to watch these interviews.  ::)

It's great to hear you had such a fruitful interview with Lenzi. Since you mentioned he was quite demanding at first: Judging from this short outtake from an older interview session, he can become quite tense, indeed. The accompanying text says it's about him not wanting to appear in the video alongside other actors from CANNIBAL FEROX. Maybe you can fill us in on what is going on here?
http://gompix.net/2008/11/27/world-exclusive-lenzi-on-the-verge/ (http://gompix.net/2008/11/27/world-exclusive-lenzi-on-the-verge/)
Please mind you, I love Lenzi and I certainly don't want to cast him in an unfavourable light. I just see him as a very strong-willed personality who is truly passionate about his work and career.

Looking forward to the upcoming releases!

I heard an interview with Radice recently and it didn't seem like he thought too much of Lenzi as a director. I got the feeling from listening to that interview that the Cannibal Ferox shoot was pretty tense.
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Post by: Jonny on 14 Aug 2012 - 18:56
so ... there it is, sadly no soundtrack.

Aspect ratio: 2,35:1 (anamorphic Widescreen)
Audio: German/English/ Italian Dolby Digital 1.0 (Mono)
Subtitles: German/English/German (for missing scenes in the german dub)
Running time: 95 minutes
Special Features: Booklet: „Umberto Lenzi about his movies in the Poliziotteschi-Genre“, Featurette: „Saxon – THE VIOLENT“, Featurette: „A Conversation with Franco Micalizzi“, Audio commentary with Christian Kessler & Pelle Felsch (german exclusive), english Trailer, italianTrailer, german Promotion-Trailer

LIMITED TO 1.000 PIECES!
Releasedate: September; 14th

(http://www10.pic-upload.de/10.08.12/g1pjyiyuzcje.jpg)


 :P
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Post by: fenriz on 16 Aug 2012 - 10:26
Are they connected to Camera Oscura ?? back artwork with spec look like a CO dvd!

Is the dual audio will be the same as the custom cg one ??
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Post by: Robert W on 24 Aug 2012 - 20:49
I don't see the Lenzi interview listed as an extra of The Cynic, The Rat, and The Fist disc. Will these be on the Brothers 'Til We Die disc?
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Post by: filmfArt on 25 Aug 2012 - 09:57
Right! It will... :D
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Post by: fenriz on 27 Aug 2012 - 11:37
Ok thx for the reply...  ???
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Post by: the blob on 27 Sep 2012 - 13:31
Looks like 'Case Of The Scorpion's Tail' is coming according to Facebook?
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Post by: Collins on 27 Sep 2012 - 19:14
any news on la banda del gobbo ?
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Post by: djvaso on 27 Sep 2012 - 19:26
Looks like 'Case Of The Scorpion's Tail' is coming according to Facebook?
Yes, of course. But another piece of information is the licensor is doing a HD scan so Blu-ray could appear in 2013  :P .
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Post by: the blob on 27 Sep 2012 - 19:40
Looks like 'Case Of The Scorpion's Tail' is coming according to Facebook?
Yes, of course. But another piece of information is the licensor is doing a HD scan so Blu-ray could appear in 2013  :P .

Nice. My grasp of German ended at the title.  ::)
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Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 27 Sep 2012 - 23:19
Looks like 'Case Of The Scorpion's Tail' is coming according to Facebook?
Yes, of course. But another piece of information is the licensor is doing a HD scan so Blu-ray could appear in 2013  :P .
Fingers crossed.
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Post by: Ben Cobb on 28 Sep 2012 - 08:26
But another piece of information is the licensor is doing a HD scan so Blu-ray could appear in 2013  :P .

That would be amazing!
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Post by: the blob on 16 Dec 2012 - 03:30
This would be a shame for Case of the Scorpion's Tail if it's the final specs..

Tonformat: Deutsch (Kinosynchronisation)/Deutsch (Videosynchronisation)/Italienisch
Untertitel: Deutsch

No chance of English audio or subs?
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Post by: DjangoLi on 19 Dec 2012 - 16:58
The Sergio Martino interview I recorded should be on this release as well. It's a shame if the above specs are true... Even if the interview is subtitled in English I doubt anyone would buy it if the main feature isn't. I'll send them an email to confirm...

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Post by: Bunta Sugawara on 20 Apr 2013 - 20:25
Hi DjangoLi

Any news on La Banda del Gobbo? I'm drumming my fingers on an empty glass of J&B...

The Cynic, The Rat, and The Fist release was mint. John Saxon still looks like he could birdie a snitch at 80-ish years old.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: DjangoLi on 21 Apr 2013 - 06:43
Hi DjangoLi

Any news on La Banda del Gobbo? I'm drumming my fingers on an empty glass of J&B...

The Cynic, The Rat, and The Fist release was mint. John Saxon still looks like he could birdie a snitch at 80-ish years old.

I honestly have no idea - they have what they needed from me.

The only thing I have left for FilmArt is the Sergio Martino interview which I'll be posting to them on Monday.

I say check their Facebook page for updates, that's about all I can suggest.
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Post by: djvaso on 06 May 2013 - 12:53
FilmArt introduces new series: FilmArt Giallo Edition. The very first title in the series will be Ferdinando Merighi's Casa d'appuntamento, announced for the end of May.

(http://sphotos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/3550_498701383517789_2037168895_n.jpg)
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Post by: Kevin Coed on 06 May 2013 - 13:56
Strange choice for the first title. They should have gone with something that isn't available elsewhere and that isn't shit.
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Post by: Jonny on 06 May 2013 - 14:40
Strange choice for the first title. They should have gone with something that isn't available elsewhere and that isn't shit.

It's proper bobbins isn't it?  :-\

What the hell are they thinking? I can only assume they got the rights for free...
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Post by: Kevin Coed on 06 May 2013 - 14:49
Strange choice for the first title. They should have gone with something that isn't available elsewhere and that isn't shit.

It's proper bobbins isn't it?  :-

What the hell are they thinking? I can only assume they got the rights for free...

Must have.  It's rubs.
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Post by: the blob on 06 May 2013 - 17:03
Case of the Scorpion's Tail is the second one but the specs I've seen only have German and Italian audio with German subs.
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Post by: Nuno on 25 May 2013 - 18:08
any news on la banda del gobbo ?

End of June, facebook announced  ;)

(http://i43.tinypic.com/258sfaw.jpg)
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Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 25 May 2013 - 18:45
Brothers Till We Die  ::)
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Post by: broonage on 26 May 2013 - 10:09
Yes!!!
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Post by: Paul on 26 May 2013 - 11:09
I've never seen 'Extreme Justice' (it was released here on rental VHS as 'SIS Extreme Justice' by First Independent - hesrd that it well above average and quite violent.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 26 May 2013 - 14:27
I've never seen 'Extreme Justice' (it was released here on rental VHS as 'SIS Extreme Justice' by First Independent - hesrd that it well above average and quite violent.
I just dismissed it when it came out, there was so many similar things out at the time and the majority of them were "just alright" so I didn't bother.

Can anyone recommend it then?
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Post by: demented_uk on 26 May 2013 - 17:06
I bought the region one DVD after reading a good review of the film. Wasn't too memorable, haven't watched it since my first viewing, but do recall that it was entertaining.
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Post by: Bunta Sugawara on 02 Jun 2013 - 21:18
Woo! La Banda del Gobbo. Definitely buying that one.   ;)
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Post by: djvaso on 08 Jul 2013 - 15:23
FilmArt Giallo Edition #002: La Coda dello scorpione

(https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/1044047_521775881210339_1523293282_n.jpg)

Ricco (Ricco the Mean Machine)

(https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/936720_514574961930431_492536156_n.jpg)
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Post by: the blob on 08 Jul 2013 - 16:11
FilmArt Giallo Edition #002: La Coda dello scorpione

(https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/1044047_521775881210339_1523293282_n.jpg)




Definitely seems to be no English options on this one. German/Italian with German subs.
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Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 08 Jul 2013 - 16:27
Is there English on the Ricco? I wonder how it stands up to the U.S. release.
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Post by: the blob on 08 Jul 2013 - 17:44
English and German soundtracks for Ricco but I think it has forced german subs on the English track.

It's also in 2.00:1 instead of 1.78:1. There's a hardbox version from another company as well.

(http://www.schlechtergeschmack.net/images/der%20clan%20der%20killer.png)
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Post by: DjangoLi on 15 Jul 2013 - 10:39
Does anyone know if La Banda Del Gobbo/Brothers Till We Die has been released? They mentioned an end of June release date... and we're almost at the middle of July.

Just curious if anyone's seen it listed anywhere?
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Post by: djvaso on 15 Jul 2013 - 11:15
Does anyone know if La Banda Del Gobbo/Brothers Till We Die has been released? They mentioned an end of June release date... and we're almost at the middle of July.

Just curious if anyone's seen it listed anywhere?
FilmArt:
Quote
"KRÖTE" haben wir ein letztes Mal auf den August verschoben...der VVK beginnt aber demnächst.
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Post by: DjangoLi on 15 Jul 2013 - 12:50
Thanks Djvaso.
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Post by: Nuno on 19 Jul 2013 - 17:55
Any news about Brothers Till We Die??  :-[
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Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 19 Jul 2013 - 18:03
Any news about Brothers Till We Die??  :-[
A couple of posts up it looks like August  :D
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Post by: Nuno on 19 Jul 2013 - 20:14
Any news about Brothers Till We Die??  :-[
A couple of posts up it looks like August  :D

 :'(
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Post by: demented_uk on 02 Aug 2013 - 19:09
LA BANDA DEL GOBBO is now up for pre-order at D&T Mail Order.  It is due for release on the 30 August.

http://shop.dtm.at/product_info.php?products_id=52700 (http://shop.dtm.at/product_info.php?products_id=52700)
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Post by: Ben Cobb on 02 Aug 2013 - 20:13
Pre-ordered!
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Post by: Farmer_J on 02 Aug 2013 - 20:31
Just pre ordered aswell, and bought a copy of Endgame because I've been meaning too for a while  ::)
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Post by: paperbag on 04 Aug 2013 - 10:08
LA BANDA DEL GOBBO on amazon as well http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00EB46Q68/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00EB46Q68/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Luca Canali on 04 Aug 2013 - 15:09
LA BANDA DEL GOBBO on amazon as well http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00EB46Q68/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00EB46Q68/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1)


Cheers for the heads up. I can't order from D&T so Amazon will do nicely. Not a massive fan of the film to be honest but hoping that seeing it in Italian with subs will change my opinion.
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Post by: Paul on 04 Aug 2013 - 16:44
Amazon is far more reliable than D&T, so I'll be ordering from there too. Cheers.
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Post by: wayne on 12 Aug 2013 - 08:49
Some cool news ... FilmArts release schedule for 2013 / 2014

EuroCult:
DER BERSERKER (Almost Human)
DIE LETZTE RECHNUNG SCHREIBT DER TOD (Milano Violenta)
DIE KILLERMAFIA (Polizia accusa: il servizio segreto uccide)
HETZJAGD OHNE GNADE (Gambling City)
DAS GRAUEN KOMMT NACHTS (Delirium)
TÖTE, DJANGO (Blu-Ray) (Django Kill)

Non-Eurocult
DER GELBE TEUFEL MIT DEM SUPERSCHLAG (Thunder Kick)
SUGAR HILL (Wesley Snipes)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Farmer_J on 12 Aug 2013 - 12:06
Looking forward to the Milano Violenta dvd and Gambling City one ever since NoShame are gone.
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Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 12 Aug 2013 - 12:19
I hope the Bloody Payroll is English friendly.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Farmer_J on 12 Aug 2013 - 13:01
With their current ones, like Cynic and Brothers Till We Die, we'll probably get English subs or audio.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: filmfArt on 12 Aug 2013 - 14:13
Both, sound and subtitles... :D
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Farmer_J on 12 Aug 2013 - 14:45
I'm in heaven  ;)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: the blob on 12 Aug 2013 - 15:22
I was reading Delirium has no English subs? Has the German version too I think.

Need another copy of Gambling City along with some if those too as my No Shame copy got lost in the move and is sitting somewhere in the U.S.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 12 Aug 2013 - 16:22
Both, sound and subtitles... :D
Great  ::)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Luca Canali on 12 Aug 2013 - 17:39
This is great news. If the artwork and print quality is anything like Cynic, then these will be essential purchases in my book.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 12 Aug 2013 - 18:49
Excellent news.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: filmfArt on 12 Aug 2013 - 21:17
I was reading Delirium has no English subs? Has the German version too I think.

Correct, there was no chance to get english subtitles on our release, so english customers have to stick to the blue underground release...
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: filmfArt on 12 Aug 2013 - 21:23
This is great news. If the artwork and print quality is anything like Cynic, then these will be essential purchases in my book.

We guess you have to get a copy...

https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/q71/s720x720/67786_530452277009366_947358916_n.jpg (https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/q71/s720x720/67786_530452277009366_947358916_n.jpg)

Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Collins on 13 Aug 2013 - 05:29
very nice ill be having some of this.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 13 Aug 2013 - 08:53
Quite possibly becoming one of the best companies out there.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: filmfArt on 14 Aug 2013 - 11:27
A quick overview? Here we go!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 14 Aug 2013 - 21:01
Very nice - will be having one of these.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: demented_uk on 07 Sep 2013 - 11:10
MILANO VIOLENTA up for pre-order at D&T and also Amazon.de.  Here is the cover art:

(http://shop.dtm.at/images/prod/MT4020_gf.jpg)

(http://shop.dtm.at/images/prod/MT4020_gb.jpg)

No mention of English audio or subs by either seller, but as they were confirmed by FilmArt in this very thread I am sure it is safe to pre-order.

CONFIRMED AS GERMAN AUDIO WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES

Pre-order links:

D&T: http://shop.dtm.at/product_info.php?products_id=53119 (http://shop.dtm.at/product_info.php?products_id=53119)
Amazon: http://www.amazon.de/letzte-Rechnung-schreibt-Limited-Edition/dp/B00EZJQUZ6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1378552116&sr=8-1&keywords=LETZTE+RECHNUNG+SCHREIBT+DER+TOD (http://www.amazon.de/letzte-Rechnung-schreibt-Limited-Edition/dp/B00EZJQUZ6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1378552116&sr=8-1&keywords=LETZTE+RECHNUNG+SCHREIBT+DER+TOD)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Kevin Coed on 07 Sep 2013 - 11:16
One of my favourites. Will definitely be getting this one.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 07 Sep 2013 - 11:23
Oooooh, nice.

My Brothers Till We Die Arrived from Amazon this morning. Proper chuffed.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: demented_uk on 07 Sep 2013 - 12:36
I often find that packages from Amazon.de arrive faster than those from Amazon.co.uk.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 07 Sep 2013 - 14:26
I often find that packages from Amazon.de arrive faster than those from Amazon.co.uk.

It's true!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: unsociable on 07 Sep 2013 - 18:02
MILANO VIOLENTA up for pre-order at D&T and also Amazon.de.  My copy of BROTHERS TILL WE DIE still has not shipped from D&T; I will definitely be ordering this one from Amazon.  Here is the cover art:

(http://shop.dtm.at/images/prod/MT4020_gf.jpg)

(http://shop.dtm.at/images/prod/MT4020_gb.jpg)

No mention of English audio or subs by either seller, but as they were confirmed by FilmArt in this very thread I am sure it is safe to pre-order.

I'd recommend waiting. FilmArt recently posted the specs on a German message board and it seems like the release is going to be German-language only. according to another forum the German licenser supposedly is only authorized to licence the German version.

http://dirtypictures.phpbb8.de/filmart-f40/ende-september-die-letzte-rechnung-schreibt-der-tod-1976-caiano-t6126.html (http://dirtypictures.phpbb8.de/filmart-f40/ende-september-die-letzte-rechnung-schreibt-der-tod-1976-caiano-t6126.html)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: KommissarX on 07 Sep 2013 - 22:02
I've read that this specific release was licensed through a distributor who has the rights for the German market "in perpetuity". Which explains why there will be neither English nor Italian language options available. Then again it is also a cheaper release with fewer extras than the other splendid crime film editions by FilmArt.

Maybe FilmArt can clarify this, otherwise I would also recommend waiting, guys!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: filmfArt on 08 Sep 2013 - 12:34
Yes we can! Here we go...
It's true, we can only include german language on our upcoming dvds of BLOODY PAYROLL and SILENT ACTION.
But we have the option to release both films with english subtitles in german speaking territories - so at least a little pleasure!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 08 Sep 2013 - 17:36
Yes we can! Here we go...
It's true, we can only include german language on our upcoming dvds of BLOODY PAYROLL and SILENT ACTION.
But we have the option to release both films with english subtitles in german speaking territories - so at least a little pleasure!

Thanks, question: no Italian lang?
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: filmfArt on 08 Sep 2013 - 18:16
Nope, the licensor has only the rights for distributing the film with german language...
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 09 Sep 2013 - 08:46
Thanks again....damn shame!!
I'll still grab it with the EN subs though.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: demented_uk on 09 Sep 2013 - 12:24
Now that is disappointing. I have amended my earlier post to include the audio options.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Jonny on 09 Sep 2013 - 13:01
Thanks again....damn shame!!
I'll still grab it with the EN subs though.

Don't forget it's German audio only though.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Kevin Coed on 09 Sep 2013 - 13:17
I can't take to German dubs. I'll give it a miss.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 09 Sep 2013 - 13:56
oh, i i misread the thread, I understood it has EN subs too.
I'll have to pass then. Damn it!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Kevin Coed on 09 Sep 2013 - 14:03
It's got English subs.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 09 Sep 2013 - 15:52
OK re-read everything, got it.  ???

It has a DE dub but EN subs. I'll buy it but shame that it is in German only. Not the biggest fan to watch a film in another language other than it's original or 2nd-best, in English.

Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 09 Sep 2013 - 19:25
It's a shame but not the end of the world, fan edition of the Italian DVD will have to suffice.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: fenriz on 03 Dec 2013 - 14:59
Can anyone confirm eng subs for the italian track for The Cynic, The Rat and the Fist and La Banda del Gobbo!

Iam lost with these german releases without eng subs ( Koch media giallo both set, italo western enzyklopadie 1,2 and co..)!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 03 Dec 2013 - 19:13
Both have English subs, mate.
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Post by: fenriz on 03 Dec 2013 - 20:00
Thx Paul !  :P
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Assault Suit on 27 Dec 2013 - 20:45
Hello! Has anybody bought the Polizia accusa disc and can confirm if it has english subs like the Milano Violenta release?
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Post by: strangedaysindeed on 29 Dec 2013 - 18:23
I would like to know too, I didn't even know the Milano Violenta release had English subs. Must purchase for me now when I have the cash.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: fenriz on 29 Dec 2013 - 18:32
Eng subs but there's no italian track!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Assault Suit on 29 Dec 2013 - 20:30
Do you have the disc, fenriz? The reason I'm asking is because I was under the same impression as you, based on comments by FilmArt in this very thread, but was recently alerted to the fact that the OFDb page lists the film as having no subs, while the Milano Violenta disc (correctly) is listed as having subs. Don't know how reliable that site is though.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Assault Suit on 29 Dec 2013 - 20:34
The fact that these releases don't have the italian language track is not a deal breaker for me personally. Ideally yes, of course I would have wished they did, but the germans are generally quite good at dubbing IMO, and the language didn't disturb my enjoyment of Milano Violenta at all.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: fenriz on 30 Dec 2013 - 08:45
Nope i don't have the disc, maybe i'll buy it to have the movie on factory pressed dvd but i am not a fan of German dubs!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: strangedaysindeed on 30 Dec 2013 - 10:19
Eng subs but there's no italian track!

Bummer, thanks for pointing that out.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 07 Mar 2014 - 00:59

Blu Ray coming soon.


(http://i437.photobucket.com/albums/qq98/spara73/spara2/1620775_588816217860858_1046621333_n.jpg)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Collins on 07 Mar 2014 - 07:36
How good is this film ? i would like to perhaps get this or brothers till we die
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 07 Mar 2014 - 08:56

Blu Ray coming soon.


(http://i437.photobucket.com/albums/qq98/spara73/spara2/1620775_588816217860858_1046621333_n.jpg)

English friendly Aarron?
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 07 Mar 2014 - 09:22
English friendly Aarron?
Don't know, Mate. Hope so  :D
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Luca Canali on 07 Mar 2014 - 17:35
How good is this film ? i would like to perhaps get this or brothers till we die


In my opinion Day of the Cobra is a much better film. I actually think Brothers Til We Die is the worst Milian/Lenzi crime film.


Even if Cobra won't be English friendly it'll be a great source for future fan dubs and customs.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 07 Mar 2014 - 19:26
I really like Day of the Cobra. Let's hope it is English friendly.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: demented_uk on 07 Mar 2014 - 20:08
If it's decent and doesn't have any subs or a dub, I'll have a go at adding audio to it. I recently added fan subs to the Japanese Blu-Ray of VIRUS. It's a doddle.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: DjangoLi on 08 Mar 2014 - 12:46
How good is this film ? i would like to perhaps get this or brothers till we die


In my opinion Day of the Cobra is a much better film. I actually think Brothers Til We Die is the worst Milian/Lenzi crime film.


Even if Cobra won't be English friendly it'll be a great source for future fan dubs and customs.

Heathen!  ;D

I have to say I'm the complete opposite, I really enjoyed 'La Banda del Gobbo' but don't have fond memories of 'Day of the Cobra' at all - To be fair, I only saw it once via the old US tape (which probably wasn't the best of prints) but all I remember is a dodgy fight with a drag-queen and erm... not much else. To be honest though, I've always thought Castellari's flicks were incredibly overrated - I mean, I just don't think they're anything special - none of them leap out at me and the only one I remember reasonably well is 'Anonymous Avenger' - that was good, but the others have always felt a bit bland (imho)

Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: djvaso on 08 Apr 2014 - 21:47

Blu Ray coming soon.


(http://i437.photobucket.com/albums/qq98/spara73/spara2/1620775_588816217860858_1046621333_n.jpg)

English frienrdly Aarron?
It will have English audio.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Ben Cobb on 09 Apr 2014 - 07:34
Great news about English audio!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 09 Apr 2014 - 11:40
It will have English audio.
::)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 09 Apr 2014 - 16:10
Nice!
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Collins on 15 Apr 2014 - 19:15
beautiful succulent breasts on the lead actress
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: gnorthcott on 29 Apr 2014 - 22:27
Are any of these limited editions or is it just the Lenzi titles that are limited to a 1000? I only have limited funds and need to prioritise purchases that may sell out quicker

Also are we to expect any more Lenzi titles or just the two that have been released? The german labels sure know how to package their discs and utilise cool artwork
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: BOSC71 on 01 May 2014 - 19:14
Are any of these limited editions or is it just the Lenzi titles that are limited to a 1000? I only have limited funds and need to prioritise purchases that may sell out quicker

Yes, the crime titles are all 1000 limited.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: logboy on 17 Sep 2014 - 15:00
... anyone got ideas where it's still possible to pick up 'the cynic, the rat & the fist' disc from film art? >

http://www.amazon.co.uk/linfame-violento-limited-English-Subtitles/dp/B009OLHQUI (http://www.amazon.co.uk/linfame-violento-limited-English-Subtitles/dp/B009OLHQUI)

i think it should be possible to hit the £20 mark, all in. not sure about german retailers or how to search for them.

managed to find 'brothers til we die' for £17 (again, all in) today.

also, just going to say that i can't keep track of all the italian police / crime movies out there on DVD which might be english friendly. preferred subbed ones, but film art doesn't seem consistent on providing them. nobody does. so there's more of a challenge to see which films are out there - the german titles aren't helping me, either ... !

 :-*
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 17 Sep 2014 - 18:35
... anyone got ideas where it's still possible to pick up 'the cynic, the rat & the fist' disc from film art? >

http://www.amazon.co.uk/linfame-violento-limited-English-Subtitles/dp/B009OLHQUI (http://www.amazon.co.uk/linfame-violento-limited-English-Subtitles/dp/B009OLHQUI)

i think it should be possible to hit the £20 mark, all in. not sure about german retailers or how to search for them.

managed to find 'brothers til we die' for £17 (again, all in) today.

also, just going to say that i can't keep track of all the italian police / crime movies out there on DVD which might be english friendly. preferred subbed ones, but film art doesn't seem consistent on providing them. nobody does. so there's more of a challenge to see which films are out there - the german titles aren't helping me, either ... !

 :-*
They were dearer when they came out so I'd jump on them prices if I didn't have them in case they run out.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: logboy on 17 Sep 2014 - 20:05
ok... any places you'd recommend to look at? and any info on how much you'd pay for them when they were released?
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Inspector Tanzi on 17 Sep 2014 - 20:50
ok... any places you'd recommend to look at? and any info on how much you'd pay for them when they were released?
The Cynic, The Rat And The Fist was from amazon.de and was 23.99e plus postage and Brothers Till We Die was from eBay, just over £20 if I remember rightly. Seems you've found them for a nicer price anyway  :D
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 17 Sep 2014 - 21:03
Logboy, where are you? If you're here in the UK you could try Strange Vice.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: logboy on 17 Sep 2014 - 21:16
Logboy, where are you? If you're here in the UK you could try Strange Vice.

In the uk too. looked at strange vice. bit perplexed by the options on the shipping - suggest they might apply to some items they sell, but not to DVDs. also, suggests insurance on £20 disc, when standard post will cover upto £20 automatically. makes me wary.

...good selection & knowledge on display in that shop, though!

someone on ebay has cynic for £21. mire than I'd pay for most, especially these days and for DVDs, but I like lenzi a lot.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: demented_uk on 17 Sep 2014 - 21:23
Strange Vice are very trustworthy. I've spoken to one the owners and they run the shop out of pure passion for cult film. I would imagine that statement is for nefarious types that play the "I haven't received my package" game, trying to get a refund or a free second copy.  I order a lot of stuff from them over £20 and have had no trouble as of yet. It's just there to protect them.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Collins on 17 Sep 2014 - 21:36
Never had any problems with Strangevice. Support the little companies i say.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: logboy on 17 Sep 2014 - 21:39
Never had any problems with Strangevice. Support the little companies i say.

sure, lots of small companies out there, but I've no idea about suppliers of German discs - they're rarely english-friendly releases, they're expensive (& usually dvd only) and I don't like watching english dubs. subs all the way.

anyone got German retailers they'd recommend, let me know.

ta.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Ben Cobb on 17 Sep 2014 - 22:09
I use DTM: http://shop.dtm.at (http://shop.dtm.at)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: broonage on 18 Sep 2014 - 08:16
They just announced Giallo number 7....NIGHT RIPPER (not sure which film that is) but they're looking for help with the English audio.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: logboy on 18 Sep 2014 - 16:57
I use DTM: http://shop.dtm.at (http://shop.dtm.at)

that's a good shop. already spotted it. seems popular and on the ball.

... i found 'cynic, rat, fist' on ebay for £21 all in, from the UK. gone for it. v expensive compared to what i usually pay these days. i like lenzi a lot though, so ... still, i find it harder these days to find the same pleasure in a film as lots of the mystery has gone. still waiting for the excitement to kick back in.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: KommissarX on 18 Sep 2014 - 18:06
They just announced Giallo number 7....NIGHT RIPPER (not sure which film that is) but they're looking for help with the English audio.
It's the (IMHO rather lifeless) Cesare Ferrario film from 1986. Not the best follow-up to what they've released so far, but at least I am confident the presentation of the film will be spotless.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: demented_uk on 18 Sep 2014 - 20:00
I thought NIGHT RIPPER was the German title for IL MOSTRO DI FIRENZE. I've got the shitty German DVD release from Madison Home Video. Didn't think an English dub existed for this one. The story the film is based on is much more interesting:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monster_of_Florence

Wonder if they will license one of the many documentaries on the case as an extra?
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 19 Sep 2014 - 09:47
To echo Oli's comments - I've used Strange Vice two or three times and have been really impressed. I've exchanged emails with one of the guys there and they're really friendly and accommodating too.

Without being rude you need to bite the bullet and pay for titles like this. These aren't mass produced by a big firm or colossal studio, every sale counts and unless some div decides to sell theirs at a ridiculously cheap price on eBay, you're never going to see much of a price drop. If you truly love these films, my advice is to prioritise releases like this - they're not going to be around forever and you'll be supporting a firm like FilmArt to release more obscure titles.

Thanks.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Russell22 on 19 Sep 2014 - 14:41
I've never ever had an issue with Strange vice. Great guys.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Longsden on 19 Sep 2014 - 15:01
Guys at Strange Vice are great. I fully back that label. Traveled down to Manchester last year for my Eurocrime day. Best independent retailer in the UK for me
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: logboy on 19 Sep 2014 - 17:53

Without being rude you need to bite the bullet and pay for titles like this. These aren't mass produced by a big firm or colossal studio, every sale counts and unless some div decides to sell theirs at a ridiculously cheap price on eBay, you're never going to see much of a price drop. If you truly love these films, my advice is to prioritise releases like this - they're not going to be around forever and you'll be supporting a firm like FilmArt to release more obscure titles.

Thanks.

i've no problem with supporting small labels per se. predominantly, since i developed a backlog of stuff to watch - something which seems quite common - and since the economy dipped, i've found it possible to predominantly wait it out and see things drop. sure, limited releases - something germany seems to do lots of - are more expensive, but i've just fallen out of the habit of paying high prices very often. most of what i've watched over the years has been japanese, and the odd subbed release from there could easily come in at £30+; lots of the things i bought were USA discs, usually around £7+ at one time, but companies have also folded over the years, too. blu-rays are something i might now normally pay £7 - 12 for, so a DVD that i hadn't released had happened, however limited, from a country i've never been a close follower of, can seem like a stretch. anyway, i bought both 'brothers til we die' and 'cynic, the rat and the fist' this week. i really liked lenzi's 'almost human' when no shame released it - didn't have to pay for that one, as i always got promo copies of official no shame USA releases for free back then.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: fenriz on 25 Sep 2014 - 13:13
When will the Cobra Blu available ?

Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 25 Sep 2014 - 19:20
When will the Cobra Blu available ?

Day of the Cobra? It's been out for months, mate.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: fenriz on 29 Sep 2014 - 11:25
Yes, just saw some stunning screens, and it's english friendly! There's load of new releases each month so i can miss some.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: Paul on 29 Sep 2014 - 20:53
Yes, just saw some stunning screens, and it's english friendly! There's load of new releases each month so i can miss some.

It's English friendly and well worth picking up.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: fenriz on 22 Oct 2014 - 17:35
Just received it, great print for a nice movie !  Hurry up before it go OOP guys !  :-\
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: DjangoLi on 22 Oct 2014 - 22:24
Just wrapped up the final edit/subs for an interview with screenwriter Sergio Altieri for their forthcoming Silent Trigger (Bluray) - I know, not really Eurocult, but I figured I'd do some shameless promotion for once in a blue moon...  :P

(http://thumbnails110.imagebam.com/35946/ca9a29359455774.jpg) (http://www.imagebam.com/image/ca9a29359455774)

The disc is due out some time before Christmas and should be entirely English friendly (this interview was actually shot in English, I just subbed it for the English>German translation at their end)

Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: djvaso on 23 Oct 2015 - 22:26
Death Walks on High Heels (La morte cammina con i tacchi alti) and Death Walks at Midnight (La morte accarezza a mezzanotte) will be released on Blu-ray in January 2016 as part of theirs Giallo Edition.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: the blob on 23 Oct 2015 - 22:59
Any word on English friendly? They've been on and off with that.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: djvaso on 24 Oct 2015 - 06:23
Any word on English friendly? They've been on and off with that.
English and Italian audio, German subtitles (forced?).
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: strangedaysindeed on 24 Oct 2015 - 08:11
Death Walks on High Heels (La morte cammina con i tacchi alti) and Death Walks at Midnight (La morte accarezza a mezzanotte) will be released on Blu-ray in January 2016 as part of theirs Giallo Edition.

Yes! What I have been anticipating since I sold my noshame dvd. good job.

Murder Clinic should be out any day too  ::)
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: the blob on 24 Oct 2015 - 12:26
Any word on English friendly? They've been on and off with that.
English and Italian audio, German subtitles (forced?).

Sounds like they could be forced otherwise I'd have thought it would also have English subs.
Title: Re: FilmArt (Germany)
Post by: strangedaysindeed on 24 Oct 2015 - 13:33

Sounds like they could be forced otherwise I'd have thought it would also have English subs.

thanks for pointing that out. without English subs its a no sale. Arrow will no doubt do them with Italian/English option (essential for giallo watching :D)