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Author Topic: Spirits of the Dead / Histoires extraordinaires (Fellini, Malle, Vadim, 1968)  (Read 3451 times)

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Anyone watched the Blu-ray of this? Or seen the film at all?

I've not seen it before and I think I might watch the Arrow Blu this evening.
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Watched the UK vhs 'back in the day' that was missing one of the stories {citation needed}. Bluray looks very nice but I think it's a tad overrated as a film.
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Watched the UK vhs 'back in the day' that was missing one of the stories {citation needed}. Bluray looks very nice but I think it's a tad overrated as a film.

Should I watch PARANOIAC instead?
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Yes!

OK then. Haven't seen it for about 25 years so will give it a spin
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I've owned this DVD for I think over a year now, and it keeps getting lost in the "watch" pile! Need to finally dig it out, methinks.
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The first part with Terence Stamp is magnificent.
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I recorded an HD broadcast on my DVR months ago, but still haven't gotten around to watching it.  I did check out the first few minutes and noted that the first part was the one with Jane Fonda (rather than "Toby Dammit" w/ Terence Stamp).  Did they change around the running order for different releases of this film (ala "Black Sabbath")?
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Still have the VHS to this somewhere, not watched it in over a decade.
Remember being a bit underwhelmed by the Malle & Vadim segments but Fellini's 'Toby Dammit' with Terence Stamp is superb. Impact of the segment may be lessened by those who've seen Bava's Kill Baby, Kill (I won't reveal anymore) but still very entertaining.
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