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Discussion in 'Euro Horror' started by Evil Dead Guy, Sep 4, 2005.
There was also a release in the early 90's from Edde, retitled Zombie 6: Monster Hunter.
Got my copy in from Best Buy.com today...pretty quick turnaround...I ordered it late Wednesday night.
has anyone found the hidden trailers yet .all i found was a interview and a textless opening and textless trailer.
I actually find the film quite creepy at times. And also well directed. SS' dvd sounds like shit (honestly is Twich of the death nerve realy worse???) but at least it has subs, and the docu is great I think. I saw it yesterday and I really enjoyed the ride.
on disc 2 click on the trailers option you find it there
Yes ... that is the VHS video I rented ... thanks for reminding me!
I suppose this was not an uncut version ... or was it?
Is it worth "picking up" from Ebay or should I just go with the UNCUT version that MIDNIGHT VIDEO sells?
- John "FulciLives" Coleman
My god, the audio on this disc is the worst thing imaginable. It made this otherwise fun film so hard to watch. The dub had an awful "hollow" echoing sound; it sounds like a group of people just sat around the TV watching Anthro and read the script with a Fisher Price tape recorder recording. Voila, instant dub.
Was anyone else not able to get the subtitles working during the opening beach scene? It defaulted to English (as far as I could hear ) and only went with what I chose, Italian w/ English subs, beginning on Chapter 3 of the disc.
Finally received my copy today. I'm almost afraid to watch it because of the shitty audio.
the entire first scene was never shot in english language i have a region 0 copy were they just joke around saying dont go in the water cause i just ate lunch
So were did SS get the dub for the first scene? Any ideas?
When the woman is in the water, she say something to the extent of "this water is ice COLD", that's about as much as I could make out.
Is it just my copy, or is there no sound during the film clips in the Joe D'Amato documentary? It seems odd to me, considering there are English subtitles for the clips. :eek2:
my other copy was a bootleg i got off of ebay the guy doesnt go in the water because he ate lunch and the girl ate a salad but still goes in then she says water is ice cold and he laughs
I don't have my disc yet, but on my old VHS the opening scene sounds like it's in German or something. The rest is in English.
Yes, the first scene with the tourists was never dubbed in English language. The both are German tourists, so they speak German -really bad German!- in the original version. Curiously in the German version this scene was dubbed too.
Thanks,I thought you or Udo would have the answer .
For some reason, I've never bothered to look into this thread. I'd never heard of Anthropophagus before (and still don't know anything about it), but I guess any movie that spawns 7 pages of discussion is worth a look. My interest has been peaked!
EDIT: And now, after reading Rhett's review, I can safely say that my interest has dropped several degrees. I guess I'll watch it if someone gives it to me ...
Hehe, thanks for flowers. Well, I think we should continue with English translation of our website... we'll see.
FINALLY got my copy yesterday!!!! Now if I can just find the time to watch it....
dodgy disc. fix the audio:fuck:
Yeah, the audio isn't very good, but it's passable. I had a lot of fun with this release.
I purchased Images In a Convent not too long afterwards but have yet to finish watching the movie. What I saw of it was okay. I mainly bought it so I could get the rest of that D'amato documentary.