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Discussion in 'General' started by MorallySound, Sep 12, 2012.
DVD Drive-In reviews Prey: http://dvddrive-in.com/reviews/n-s/prey77blu.htm
Rock Shock Pop reviews Prey: http://www.rockshockpop.com/forums/content.php?7322-Prey
Rock Shock Pop reviews 5 Films 5 Years - Golden Age Erotica: http://www.rockshockpop.com/forums/content.php?7296-5-Films-5-Years-Golden-Age-Erotica
DVD Beaver reviews Prey: http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film6/dvd_reviews_67/prey_blu-ray.htm
10K Bullets reviews Prey: http://10kbullets.com/reviews/p/prey-limited-edition-vinegar-syndrome-bluray-dvd-combo/
Blu-ray.com reviews Prey: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Prey-Blu-ray/193767/#Screenshots
Zombies Don't Run reviews Prey: http://www.zombiesdontrun.net/reviews/prey-1977-blu-ray-dvd-review/
Blu-ray.com reviews 5 Films 5 Years Volume 2 - Horror & Exploitation: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/5-Films-5-Years-Vol-2-Horror-and-Exploitation-Blu-ray/196467/#Review
From The Official Vinegar Syndrome Fan Group (Facebook):
The Killing Kind is a pretty underrated little movie. I have the Dark Sky DVD and will definitely upgrade. I've also been to the beautiful Hancock Park mansion from the movie, which was also featured in The Initiation Of Sarah and the Steve Marin remake of Cheaper By The Dozen.
So excited for Blood Hook!
Not familiar with the other two. Anyone here seen them?
That screenshot with the green from Terror is kinda beautiful. I'll get that and Blood Hook for sure. There hasn't been a release I was really interested in from these guys for the past 4 months or so, but I'm excited about these. And even the last new title I got from them was Ice Cream Man and I kinda regret that one (if anyone wants to buy a slipcovered copy, let me know).
Blood Hook, that's MST3k producer Jim Mallon's freshman effort as a director. I've been meaning to see that. I understand that's more of a comedy than horror.
I have only seen Terror, but plan to pick up all three of these.
I watched it a while back on one of those Triple B Troma Sets. I recall liking it more than I was anticipating. Nothing too redeeming, but has that cheesy 80's vibe that's entertaining. Like Evil Laugh type stuff. It's not meant to be a comedy, but I can see how one would chuckle at it. I'm not sure it's Blu worthy, but if the price is right I'll grab it from the Archive during one of their sales.
Terror is a supernatural horror film from Norman J. Warren, who did Satan's Slave, Prey (just released by VS), Inseminoid, and a bunch of other low-budget shockers. The basic plot follows a film crew being picked off by the spirit of a witch who, if I remember correctly, was condemned and killed by the director's ancestors. The lighting often recalls Argento, the kills are nasty enough, and it actually has a bit of suspense. I liked it.
Blue Vengeance is new to me.
I saw Blood Hook in the theater and can honestly say I don't remember anything about it other than the poster. That was 30 years ago though so not too surprising. Still I love Vinegar Syndrome and will likely pick up all the horror titles.
I've seen Blue Vengeance on (and still have) the Dutch Japan Shock DVD and it was far from a memorable film with almost no gore so I really wonder what made them think of releasing a Blu-Ray of it
Blood Hook is a title I'm going to pick up for sure further down the line
off-topic a bit, but up until now I'm glad I didn't go for their yearly package (this is of course a highly personal feeling)
Blood Hook. Unbelievable!
Now, where's The Children & 9 Lives of a Wet Pussy? Any month now...