Any Code Red release updates?

Discussion in 'General' started by gore, Oct 18, 2007.

  1. CodeRedDVd

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    Hi Erick,

    yes, you did ask me twice regarding SHADOW OF THE HAWK. It was a studio film and produced by Columbia pictures. It's owned by them, you should email them.

    As for CREATURE FROM BLACK LAKE, it's already been licensed.

    STARSHIP INVASIONS is Warner Bros.
     
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  2. Mutilated Prey

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    I guess that means you lost the rights. Who's putting it out now? Buddy re-neg? What happened?
     
  3. CodeRedDVd

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    I didnt say I lost the rights, the problem is there is no neg elements left, nor 35mm. All they have is a 3/4 inch tape! Which will look same as the dark Vestron video. We are seeking a uncut 35mm print, and still looking!
     
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  5. Vlachio

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    Hey is class reunion massacre still on hiatus? :(
     
  6. CodeRedDVd

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    Hi, I already answered this question on this thread. Please check few page back. I will no longer answer regarding this title, it is like beating a dead horse.
     
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  7. Vlachio

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    [​IMG]Well Bill animal cruelty is not nice hun.[​IMG]
     
  8. gore

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    So Rituals aka the creeper ???
     
  9. Vlachio

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    Yeah thats the alternate title for it beotch.
     
  10. gore

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    Is that your alternate title? :eek:
     
  11. SickNick89

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    What about Funeral Home?
     
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    Any chance for Moontrap release (movie with Bruce Campbell)? :) Still problematic copyright situation?
     
  13. wago70

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    OMG - can you imagine! I love this one.
    I don't have all the Code Reds yet. I'm hoping my late purchases count toward some sort of prosperity for the company. I hate to see these companies get the short end. Especially when they release the only types of DVDs I buy.
     
  14. Noto

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    What exactly is the copyright problem with that? I still have the VHS.
     
  15. Angelman

    Angelman OCD Blu Ray Collector

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    Bill -

    Just want to thank you for all the hard work and patience answering all these questions. You are really doing God's work putting out all these discs, especially in a time where others are not putting out horror. Keep it up!
     
  16. MCA213

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    What's going on with "The Farmer"?

    And who own's the rights to "The Stepfather"
     
  17. Body Boy

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    Yes, thank you for your informative answers Bill. Amazing. You must have searched for every horror film ever made by now. LOL, I kid.

    Ummm, although I doubt mentioning them will be of use, since titles always appear owned, lost, or foreign :( , I'll give it another stab.

    I apologise if I repeat ones already mentioned. It's hard. :(

    -Demented (1980)
    -The Uncanny (1977)
    -Dark Sanity (1982)
    -Welcome to Arrow Beach (1974)
    -Out of the Dark (1988)
    -Meatcleaver Massacre (1977)
    -Murder by Phone (1982)
    -The Pack (1977)
    -The Possessed (1975)
    -The Evictors (1979)
    -Homebodies (1974)
    -The Housekeeper (1986)
    -Stage Fright (1980)
    -Ghost Dance (1980)
    -Night Creature (1978)
    -Phobia (1980)
    -Formula for a Murder (1985)
    -Deadly Obsession (1989)
    -Twice Dead (1988)
     
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  18. Erick H.

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    Thanks for the info,sorry to repeat myself.
     
  19. Vlachio

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    Well it ain't really you yuh yuh yuh your fault stuttering Erick. :D
     
  20. WesReviews

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    Wow, I didn't mean to start anything regarding The Redeemer/Class Reunion Massacre. I certainly didn't expect to be accused of "complaining" or "bitching". I simply care about seeing the film receive a DVD release because all slasher fans need to see it. You really have no idea how cool of a movie it is until you see it. It's truly an unsung gem. If Bill says it's a lost cause, I will take him at his word. I just hope that he will keep an open mind if and when a good print does surface. Until then, I guess we have the cheap-o dollar bin DVD and the old Continental VHS.

    Also, Bill... I don't think all horror fans expect perfect transfers on every single title. We've been part of this DVD game for a long time now and we know how hard good prints are to come by for films which weren't released by major studios. I think you underestimate the horror film fanbase that buys DVDs. People who don't know better or don't read message boards might complain, but they're also the type of people that upon reading a disclaimer on the box or at the beginning of a film would be much more forgiving of a less than stellar transfer. Fans reading message boards would know the real story and would understand. And if there were still a few people bitching about it, who cares? You did the best you could. Most fans would know this. Don't put so much stock into what the few people who don't know any better and are just trying to start trouble are saying. I'm not just saying this for The Redeemer, but for any film in which a pristine transfer can't be found. A lot of us just want to own __________ title with a few neat extras. If a superb transfer can't be found, then do the best you can. Your company has heart and we know you're trying.
     
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