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Discussion in 'General' started by MorallySound, Sep 12, 2012.
Could you post a picture of the reversible cover of The Suckling?
It was a nice surprise to find my Fleshpot on 42nd Street BD in the mail today!
Looks great on it's own but especially more when you consider how it's looked every other time I saw it. A lot of the sex scenes seemed a lot longer and there was penetration so you can definitely notice a difference between this and all the other versions, content-wise. Another miraculous release from Vinegar Syndrome!
Sweet, I love funeral parlor settings. Thanks for the info.
Mondo Digital reviews Fleshpot on 42nd Street: http://mondo-digital.com/fleshpot.html
I've just watched the 'Mausoleum' blu, WOW what a print, some scenes look like they were filmed today, there are a few blemishes here and there and the titles look ropey, but it's leaps and bounds above anything previously seen, also nice to see it fully uncut.
As for the film, it's not a great movie per se, but it is cheesy movie heaven, the film has demon chest eating tits for christ sake, what's not to love.
Good work Vinegar syndrome.
DVD Drive-In reviews Dominique: http://dvddrive-in.com/reviews/a-d/dominiqueblu78.htm
DVD Drive-In reviews Fleshpot on 42nd Street: http://dvddrive-in.com/reviews/e-h/fleshpot42ndstblu.htm
The Suckling review and screenshot comparisons with the 88 Films Blu-ray: http://www.mondo-digital.com/suckling.html
Finally opened my blu-ray and watched it tonight. Here is the alternate cover:
Worth mentioning, this takes place on April 1st if anyone is looking for an alternative to the usual April Fool's Day, Slaughter High, or Killer Party this year.
Besides the sole "April 1, 1973" shown in the text at the beginning though, the movie really has nothing to do with the day otherwise.
I watched the disc the other night, and the transfer easily beats the 88 Films Blu-ray. That transfer was already pretty solid when compared to the ancient Elite DVD, but the VS transfer is the best by far.
Blu-ray.com reviews Dominique: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Dominique-Blu-ray/233640/#Review
Blu-ray.com reviews The Suckling: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-Suckling-Blu-ray/233641/#Review
10K Bullets reviews Dominique: http://10kbullets.com/reviews/d/dominique-vinegar-syndrome-bluray-dvd-combo/
Mondo Digital reviews Dominique: http://mondo-digital.com/dominique.html
10K Bullets reviews Fleshpot on 42nd Street: http://10kbullets.com/reviews/f/fleshpot-on-42nd-street-vinegar-syndrome-bluray-dvd-combo/
Rock Shock Pop reviews Fleshpot on 42nd Street: http://www.rockshockpop.com/forums/...42nd-Street-(Vinegar-Syndrome)-Blu-ray-Review
10K Bullets reviews In the Cold of the Night: http://10kbullets.com/reviews/i/in-the-cold-of-the-night-vinegar-syndrome-bluray-dvd-combo/
I recently rewatched The Suckling and, due to a better transfer or knowing what it's about or just the inclusion of subtitles, I liked it better than a year or so ago with the 88 Films disc.
Though I still feel it doesn't really deliver on its premise, I could appreciate the dialogue and situations in the group of survivors more this time.
Just looking at IMDB, it's a low scorer! Apparently their was a director's cut produced in 2006, anyone seen it here? What's it like? I remember seeing it in HMV the awful cheaply produced sleeve always put me off picking it up.
I've seen the AIP released VHS, and the movie wasn't good... But it definitely seemed re-edited by the distributor, which made it extra clunky. So I'll still check it out when it's re-issued by VS (since I'll be getting it anyway as a yearly subscriber) in it's original cut titled Them - which also differs from the 2006 Director's Cut apparently.
I've never seen it, but it's Action International Pictures, and pretty much everything they've released is certifiably bonkers. See Elves, for example.
With Arrow doing Trapped Alive and Savage Lust, I'm excited to see some of these AIP titles hitting the hi-def format. So I'm in (but like MorallySound, I'm a yearly subscriber, so I'm already in no matter what).
Also, I'm game for some Michigan horror.
I don't remember much. But I do remember is that it's a very dark movie. And by dark I mean the lighting. Lot's of dark rooms, hallways, etc... seriously almost the entire film. VS has their work cut out for them. But I'm sure they will make it look real good.
DVDBeaver review for Dominique: http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film2/DVDReviews44/dominique_blu-ray.htm
The May 2019 package is up. One of the four titles is Mountaintop Motel Massacre, while the other three are mysteries (two are horror movies, while the third is something else):
Man, I don't mind the mystery title aspect, but they could have given us a little more to go on. Like what decades the movies are from. Didn't they recently acquire some 90's titles?