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Discussion in 'General' started by Cujo108, Dec 19, 2009.
I already have the REC bluray set for the first 2 and those are the only ones really worth owning.
Doubt I will ever need to watch 3 again as it was mediocre. Maybe I would watch 4 again but not buying this set just for 4 or to be a completist.
The first 2 are amazing though.
Why So Blu reviews Ninja III: The Domination: http://whysoblu.com/ninja-iii-domination-collectors-edition-blu-ray-review/
Same for me, which is frustrating because I wouldn't mind upgrading to Blu for the first two installments.
But there is a boxset for the first 2, bluray. Maybe just in Canada. It's perfect because I don't even consider the other 2 as part of the franchise.
I only own the first on DVD, so I'll grab it if the price is right. But these movies aren't a high priority for me.
I feel the need to rant about this. The auctions on EBay for slipcovers are just ridiculous anymore. There are more listings for slipcovers then there are for the discs themselves! Plus these sellers want a lot for the damn covers too! Some are $30-$50. Wtf?? EBay used to be my goto place for used Shout! releases, but not anymore. Slipcovers are nice and all but I would never shell out good money to buy one by itself. I guess some people must be right?
My copy of Unknown Origin came in the mail yesterday. It’s one of my favorite films and this release does it justice. The transfer is really good and the extras are nicely done too.
Looks like midnight man will have the original Irish 90 minute feature film as well as a bonus feature on the DVD and bluray!
Nice! What about Twice Dead?
Mondo Digital reviews Night of the Lepus: http://mondo-digital.com/lepus.html
^ Night Of The Lepus was filmed at Old Tucson Studios. I visited there last year, as it's now a tourist attraction. However, due to a fire in the '90s, a lot of it is unrecognizable from the hundreds of movies that have filmed there. It's been rebuilt, but looks completely different. Although there are a few spots you can recognize here and there.
Three Amigos, Westworld, Young Guns II, Death Wish, etc are among the movies shot there. Horror wise, Ghost Town, Ghost Dance, Stephen King's Desperation, and Death Valley have all filmed there.
Here's a still of it from blu-ray.com's review of Death Valley:
Ninja III: The Domination "re-release" Blu-ray review: http://www.dvddrive-in.com/reviews/n-s/ninjaIIIblu84.htm
Even though TCM next generation is a POS I'll be buying since I need every Leatherface movie on bluray.
I'm happy for fans, but as you say it's awful, I'll never watch this shit again, so don't want it in my collection, never!
Also Valley Girl! Shout is on a roll today!!!
And here are those extras:
"NEW HD Film Transfer
NEW In Conversation – Director Martha Coolidge With Actors E.G. Daily And Heidi Holicker
NEW Greetings From The San Fernando Valley (A Short History Of The Iconic San Fernando Valley) Hosted By Tommy Gelinas Of The Valley Relics Museum
NEW Extended Interviews From 2003 With Nicolas Cage, Cameron Dye, Frederic Forrest, E.G. Daily, Colleen Camp, Lee Purcell, Producers Andrew Lane And Wayne Crawford, Peter Case Of The Plimsouls, Josie Cotton, DJ Richard Blade, And More!
Storyboard To Film Comparisons
Feature Length Audio Commentary With Director Martha Coolidge
Valley Girl: 20 Totally Tubular Years Later
In Conversation: Nicolas Cage And Martha Coolidge
The Music Of Valley Girl"
I love Valley Girl - great soundtrack, nicely paced flick. I would love to see input from Valley Girl herself - Deborah Foreman. She's still a smashing looking woman.
Released: September 18, 2018 • Available in US & Canada
Product SKU: 826663186260