The House by the Cemetery

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  1. KR~!

    KR~! The Apocalyptic Kid

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    Blue Underground has announced the Blu-ray and DVD release of The House by the Cemetery on 9/27 (SRP $19.98 and $29.98). Extras will include the Meet the Boyles featurette, tons of interviews with the cast and crew members, a deleted scene, the theatrical trailers, a TV spot and galleries of poster art and still photos.

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    Nice!
     
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    One of Fulci's best.Timeless classic.

    sean
     
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    Wez4555 Happy Trees Motherfucker!

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    I will for sure be getting this!
     
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    A bit underrated I think,that film has some images that really stuck with me.
     
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    Just checked the specs. Only a mono soundtrack?
     
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    Not everything must be needlessly upconverted to a multi-channel soundtrack just so that it takes up more space on the disc. As long as it is a quality lossless track, I will gladly take it and, if I want a more aggressive soundstage, I'll let my receiver spread it amongst the channels.
     
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    Just thought it were odd as the Anchor Bay DVD had a nice 2.0 stereo track and would have thought BU would have used the same elements for the Blu. I agree. Not every Blu needs multi-channel and indeed BU have gone overboad in the past with the inclusion of these(Toolbox Murders in 7.1 springs to mind).
     

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