Yum Yum Anime

Discussion in 'Asian Horror and Other Pleasures' started by pacinofan, Oct 17, 2004.

  1. pacinofan

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    Whats the deal w/ Yum Yum Anime? Are they legit?
     
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    Absolute and 100% bootleg material
     
  3. tony_nguyen

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    hi .how kan i dl film in this side ?
     
  4. Shannafey

    Shannafey Don't Monkey With Me!

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    They are awesome! I have never dealt with them online, but they were at several conventions in South Florida (they are Orlando based). They sell Hong Kong multi-region DVDs They don't look like bootlegs to me.
     
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    The fact that all their stuff is Region 0 is a dead giveaway of bootleg product.

    Also, look at the Anime box sets. Again, region 0, and a price that's a fraction of the legitimate releases. Bootlegs.

    It's people like this that are killing the Asian film industry.
     
  6. Luna

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    Welcome. This is a discussion group, not a pirating forum. Perhaps a WaReZ channel on IRC or any of the usual peer to peer programs would be of more use to you?
     
  7. Shannafey

    Shannafey Don't Monkey With Me!

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    I'm not trying to get into a fight, Paff, but a lot of the dvds I purchased from them, weren't available in Region 1 and I don't have any intention of buying a region free player. Another thing is, the Region 3 discs are so overpriced, as I couldn't afford them, or didn't want to take a chance on a movie I've never seen. It's prices and availability that's killing the Asian film industry.

    The other thing that is funny about your statement is the fact that Asians bootleg so many American films, that it's the Asians that are killing the American film industry!!!
     

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