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Discussion in 'General' started by MorallySound, Sep 12, 2012.
So it's ruffly $5.50 extra for the 5 slips, when you factor in the $5 coupon.
Yeah the price isn't too bad when you look at it that way but honestly Cutting Class probably isn't a title I would have bought on it's own. The two mystery titles and the extra slips are what pushed me over the edge.
So anyone have any clue or idea what the 2 mystery horror blu rays are?¿
Just got home and these were waiting:
Yeah I got Incubus and Blood Harvest today!
One title a number of people are leaning towards is The Children from 1980.
10K Bullets reviews The Incubus: http://10kbullets.com/reviews/i/incubus-the-vinegar-syndrome-bluray-dvd-combo/
Mondo Digital reviews The Incubus: http://mondo-digital.com/theincubus.html
Mondo Digital reviews Blood Harvest: http://mondo-digital.com/bloodharvest.html
Rock Shock Pop reviews Blood Harvest: http://www.rockshockpop.com/forums/content.php?7740-Blood-Harvest-(Vinegar-Syndrome)-Blu-ray-Review
Mondo Digital reviews Def by Temptation: http://mondo-digital.com/deftemptation.html
Mondo Digital reviews The Killing Kind: http://mondo-digital.com/killingkind.html
The Passing (1985) coming next year from Vinegar Syndrome.
Also A Climax Of Blue Power (1975) for those into porn.
The two new Blu-rays/DVD's are Beware My Brethren (1972) and Sudden Fury (1975). Have not seen these and don't know much about them. Sudden Fury is an obscure Canadian thriller. Beware My Brethren is a British Horror originally titled The Fiend.
For clarity's sake, those are November titles, but they are not the Black Friday mystery titles.
DVD Beaver reviews The Incubus: http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film4/dvd_reviews_58/the_incubus_blu-ray.htm
DVD Drive-In reviews Def by Temptation: http://dvddrive-in.com/reviews/a-d/defbytempt90blu.htm
DVD Drive-In reviews The Killing Kind: http://dvddrive-in.com/reviews/i-m/killingkindblu73.htm
Blu-ray.com reviews The Incubus: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Incubus-Blu-ray/215299/#Review
Vinegar Syndrome was on the Shock Waves podcast this week and revealed a few upcoming titles, including Greydon Clark's Wacko and Wes Craven's The Fireworks Woman.
They also teased one of the surprise titles was filmed in 1981 and has a one word title beginning and ending in the same letter. Considering they already released Demonoid and Code Red released Spasms, the only other two I can think of are Scalps and Mausoleum.
So The Children and Mausoleum seem to be the prime candidates.
I've been loving my subscription this year. Definitely in for the Horror Yearly Package 2019.
It's a lot of money all at once, but it's totally worth it.
When you break it down for Horror & Exploitation (minus the adult titles) it's roughly $17.90 a title. I've picked up VS for less at DD. Of course no slipcovers.
You can sometimes get them at DD for $16.99ish with a 15% code, so it's about a $1 difference.
When you factor in there will be two boxsets (presumably above typical SRP) and four secret titles exclusive to their site (minimum $22.99 and not available at DD), it probably balances out.
You also get the added perks of every slipcover and receiving their releases two weeks early. My favorite part of being a subscriber: you pay once, then you don't have to worry about it again for the rest of the year. Don't have to worry about tracking down a good sale on a specific item or waiting around for DD codes.
Granted, their releases aren't for everyone, and there's no guarantee you'll like everything they release. But so far it has worked out well for me.
The only downside is their slipcovers are freaking huge and take up a lot of shelf space. But they're gorgeous.
You can say that again about their slips. That Ice Cream Man cover is probably my all time favorite slip......love it. Body Melt is badass as well.....