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Discussion in 'Asian Horror and Other Pleasures' started by KR~!, Mar 12, 2004.
No WaY! `Miracle Fighters` is by far the weirdest and best ...heh
How about Shaolin Invincibles ?
You have to read this review :
Know where I can get that? As lame as it sounds, I'd rather just have CRIPPLED MASTERS than 3 other movies I have no desire to see. If I had them I'd feel obligated to watch them.
Duel To The Death
I saw the trailer for this martial arts movie on the trailers section for The Story Of Ricky. It impressed me enough to check Tokyo Shock's website but it makes no mention of it. I did find these two versions though at DVD Empire. Which version is the best and are there any plans to re-release this movie for a better version?
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I needed this, I appreciate it.
I just wanted to bump this with a question about DUEL TO THE DEATH. Most American sites list a Tai Seng version for around $20 and a Fox version for around $7-10. However, at www.dvdcompare.net they say that the cheapo Fox version is anamorphic and has a DTS track (???). Thrash, I think you got this disc, does it really have DTS?
try this for teh two import releases :
the fox version here :
does appear to have a DTS track :
Studio: Fox Home Entertainme
Theatrical Release Date: January 1, 1982
DVD Release Date: December 30, 2003
Run Time: 87 minutes
Production Company: fox
Package Type: Keep Case
Widescreen anamorphic - 2.35:1
DVD Encoding: Region 1
Available Audio Tracks: Cantonese (DTS), English (DTS), Cantonese (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Available subtitles: English
• Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries.) Read more about DVD formats.
• Color, Widescreen, Dolby
• Widescreen anamorphic format
• ASIN: B0000TPA10
BTW, the movie itself is really 81 mins long so I guess they are counting intros and crap.
Yeah if memory serves me it does. I don't have a set up to utilize dts but I do remember the logo on the back of the DVD case.
By the way check the $5.50 bin at your local Walmart. I found my copy there.
I read those links earlier KR, but I was just unsure of the DTS track. Sounded too good to be true, I guess. I'll just snag the cheap Fox disc now, seeing as how it's Anamorphic and has the DTS. Thanks for the responses.