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Discussion in 'Laserdisc' started by email@example.com, Mar 2, 2010.
How hard is this to get a hold of. My VHS tape is spent.
I would check eBay and Amazon. I got mine through a mom and pop video store that went out of business about 2 years ago.
The Japanese Laserdisc pops up on Yahoo Japan Auctions from time to time (it's where I got mine.) You can usually get it for a good price off there, but you'll pay a pretty penny for shipping.
If you find it on Ebay, you'll be gouged like you wouldn't believe for it.
thanks dude! i am so gonna check this out when i get the time.
I have yet to see it on Ebay. I got housed on an auction for "Document of the Dead" the other day. Over 30 bucks!! I think NOT.
hmm...i watched the first few parts on youtube, and im not sure im interested in watching the rest. it seems like an earlier version of the Boogymen dvd with a bit of color commentary. is there any value to it beyond being a clip-show? or is the appeal just a nostalgia kind of thing?
Nostalgia kinda thing I think. If I saw it for a buck at a thrift shop it'd be mine. Otherwise, neh.
Yeah it's really not all that interesting. Nancy Allen sure looks fuckin' nice in it though (but Nancy Allen has always been a hot piece of ass - still is now). I watched it on youtube a while back (like 3 years ago I think) and it was rather "meh". I'd probably never watch it again. It's still worth a look I guess, if you're into the films that are mentioned (and I was). A better horror doc (MUCH MUCH better) is The American Nightmare. Wicked doc.
He's asking for the laserdisc.
And Document of the Dead now goes for $30? What's up with that? I bought that one from Big Emma's for like $10, factory sealed.
damn straight. those interviews on dressed to kill? hot.
Yeah, she looks good today, although I can't say I was a fan of her chubbier, shorter-hair self in the ROBOCOP movies.
Yeah guys I see what you mean... smokin hot!
That's kinda how is discovered a few kick ass movies, pre-internet. From doc's like Terror in the Aisles. Ms.45 and Alone in the Dark to name a few. Good stuff! Paff, I kinda did think that was a little high for that disc.
Hey, why not use a screen grab from the Carrie shower scene instead?
Saw it in the theater.Works as nostalgia and fans of Allen and Donald Pleasance may be amused by their host segments.