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Discussion in 'High Definition' started by zbinks, Jan 6, 2015.
Mondo Digital reviews At the Earth's Core: http://www.mondo-digital.com/atearth.html
Posted today on Facebook:
Hell yeah, Cherry 2000! :banana: :banana:
Terrific memories! Definite must-own for me!
Blu-ray.com reviews 52 Pick-Up: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/52-Pick-Up-Blu-ray/113825/#Review
High-Def Digest reviews At the Earth's Core: http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/13950/attheearthscore.html
Dude look's like Michael Dudikoff in that poster.
DVD Beaver reviews Tales of Terror with comparisons between the Arrow & Kino releases: http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film5/blu-ray_reviews_66/tales_of_terror_blu-ray.htm
I wonder why these de Jarnatt titles still don't have official artwork announced. Unless Kino is using that palm tree art (I hope not) for Miracle Mile, there seems to be a stigma attached to these two releases. Miracle Mile has a great theatrical poster which I hope ends up being on the BD cover. Come on, Kino, where is the art?
RE: Needful Things
Bummer. Honestly not interested, then.
Yes!!! VINTAGE - they're gettin' my money for sure. Happy dance.
Rock Shock Pop reviews 52 Pick-Up: http://www.rockshockpop.com/forums/content.php?4790-52-Pick-Up
From Kino on Facebook:
Preview of "Buried Alive! – Legendary Director Joe Dante on PREMATURE BURIAL"
Preview of "Terror Vision! Legenday Director Joe Dante on X: THE MAN WITH THE X-RAY EYES"
Maybe next time...?
DVD Drive-In reviews Tales of Terror: http://www.dvddrive-in.com/reviews/t-z/talesofterrorblu62.htm
Hey, Kino, any more 70's and 80's titles on the horizon? The movies seem to be getting older and older with each announcement. Not a complaint, just wondering if I should adjust my expectations a bit. I do prefer more contemporary films but I'm not against picking pre-1970 titles in the horror/sci-fi genre if it's something that's fairly well made and entertaining. A lot of that stuff is cartoony and primitive IMO. Some people would say that's part of the charm but I'm not in that camp, sorry to say. Still, it's a great time to be a classic movie fan.
Same here. No extended cut, then forget it.
I mean really, they shouldn't even bother releasing the Blu if you CAN'T get the ONE thing that people have been wanting for years. It's not like it's x-rated scenes or anything. We want what was played on TNT when it released on TV. No extra gore or blood. Nothing like that. Just better character development and more of the "deeds" which were in the book.