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Discussion in 'High Definition' started by Shawn Francis, Jul 20, 2012.
A cat is involved in both but completely different stories.
...and now Scorpion updated their cover photo to Dario Argento's Sleepless / Non Ho Sonno (2001).
I'm not entirely sure if these are intended to be hints for upcoming releases or not.
Thanks to Katatonia for posting this sale on the Code Red thread. Hamilton Books is having a clearance of some rare Scorpion titles. You should also try searching for individual titles as there might be some not listed with Scorpion as the publisher.
What do those who've seen it think of Saint Jack? I love early Bogdanovich, but don't really know how I'll take to this one which comes early in his declining years.
Mondo Digital reviews The Rift: http://mondo-digital.com/rift.html
Mondo Digital reviews Saint Jack: http://mondo-digital.com/saintjack.html
Wasn't Silent Scream supposed to be out by now? There's going to come a time when people will just stop caring
That's ok by me, There is too many other releases from other lables coming out to keep up right now. I don't need everthing at once.
No, that's a different tale about a cat. It was based on a Stephen King story.
Better late than never. Blu-ray.com reviews Don't Go in the House: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Dont-Go-in-the-House-Blu-ray/87363/#Review
"While it's far from the most horrific thing committed to film, "Don't Go in the House" is rough stuff, with an uneasy fixation on the suffering of female victims. If one can't mentally clear that hurdle, there's a smattering of B-movie invention and concentration worth a look."
Caps-A-Holic comparison between the Scorpion Blu-ray and BCI DVD for The Beach Girls: http://caps-a-holic.com/c.php?d1=10204&d2=10203&c=4098
Silent Scream must be coming soon, there's a blu-ray review at Mondo Digital: http://mondo-digital.com/silentscream.html
Holy shit - that came out of nowhere. I hope THE POWER isn't too far behind.
Not quite out of nowhere. Walt announced it some time ago. Not sure I'll be upgrading. I'm a huge slasher fan, but I've never made it through Silent Scream in one sitting. It's got some decent elements (good cast, creepy location, etc.), but it's sooo slow.
Personally, I hope this means Humongous will be available soon. He had this to say on Blu-ray.com on March 15h:
Same here. I eagerly await Humongous & Death Ship. The latter is supposed to have a new transfer & new footage not seen in the previous Blu-ray release. Never saw Humongous, but willing to blind buy.
It's a solid mid-tier slasher with an island setting. The killer is grotesquely deformed, but we never get to fully appreciate the makeup effects because the print is so dark. Perhaps the Blu-ray will cast a little more light on him?