Artsploitation Films: New label

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  1. msw7

    msw7 Re-animated member

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    This seems to be a label that I can really get behind. I was curious about Wither (and kind of excited), and like the sound of their next release even more (Hidden in the Woods), and it gives me hope that Horror Stories will be good, and then Toad Road down the line?

    Sign me up. I may want to buy all of these...

    http://www.destroythebrain.com/news/dvd-blu-ray-announcements/chilean-shocker-hidden-in-the-woods-gets-a-u-s-release-this-september


    here's the link to their actual website and currently available movies:
    http://www.artsploitationfilms.com/available-now/
     
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  2. Chomp

    Chomp Rudest Motherfucker on HD

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    Of the titles available, I've seen Combat Girls...meh, American History X-lite.

    The trailer for Wither doesn't look that great. to me.
     
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    I have the Combat Girls and Wither DVD's. Very nicely done releases, with superb 8-page booklets and extras for both.

    I would own the Lapland Odyssey DVD too, but already own the German Blu-ray release.

    Vanishing Waves is one I'd really like to check out too. The Hastings store here has the disc for rent, so I may just pick it up tomorrow.
     
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    I've heard good things about Vanishing Waves. That seems to be the downside of this label for me - no blu-ray releases. Oh well. I do think they're making interesting choices of movies to put out though, and hope to see more from them.
     
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    A cool new Christmas slasher starring Dee Wallace came out on bluray and DVD Oct 17th called Red Christmas!
     

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