Mondo Macabro's Bollywood Horror Collection Vol. 1

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  1. X-human

    X-human I ate my keys

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    Mondo Macabro's been the number 1 studio for getting me excited about things I never even knew I wanted. Here's Mondo Macabro's press release from MySpace:
    And from thier mailing lists:
    Along with Onar Films's announcement of Turkish Dracula and other Turkish horror it looks like we'll be getting lots of fun stuff coming up.
     
  2. Luna

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    Ooh, very cool. I still have some Bollywood horror DVDs in my collection that I haven't even seen yet so I guess this will get added to the gigantic pile of "Things to get eventually". :D
     
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    maskull I finally got an avatar!!! Yay!!

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    That's great news! I'd buy this just for the featurettes, but I'd love to own the movies too.
     
  4. feral cat

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    I'm really looking forward to getting these, the only horror I have seen from India was the modern horror Bhoot, which was OK but nothing special.
     
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    I rented Bandh Darwaza and it was allot of fun. It's not a great film by any means, plagued by over acting and odd editing choices. I can't say it didn't keep me entertained though despite it's almost 2.5 hour running time.

    Lots of musical numbers to be had and a Friday the 13th ripoff score which was sometimes played at inappropriate times. There were other score elements I recognized but couldn't pin point. It did have some surprisingly creepy imagery and a good pace.

    I guess this would be my introduction to Bollywood horror and can safely say it won't be my last.
     

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