which should i get RAW MEAT DVD OR DEAD AND BURIED DVD

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  1. fceurich39

    fceurich39 Well-Known Member

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    i had enough money when i went out of town and picked up both dvds
     
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    walkingdude Megatron

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    Dead & Buried was recently discontinued.Great movie!:)
     
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    fceurich39 Well-Known Member

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    yep i picked up the only copy left of the limited edition 2 dvd set very lucky considering every where i went only had the single disc version
     
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    That's a great set.I think I paid 37.99 for it here.
     
  5. krugerkid13

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    Dead and buried is a great movie i recomend it
     
  6. Curt Duncan

    Curt Duncan Guest

    Dead and Buried was one that I watched this week. Since it's a very limited edition, I would snap it up.
     
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    Anybody knows if the Anchor Bay UK transfer is the same as the Blue Underground one ?

    I'd go for the UK version since it has subtitles in case I want to watch it with someone that doesn't understand spoken english here plus this edition has an amaray (keep) case instead of the digipack from the US release.

    But for purists, it's the US release the one to go for since it has the original mono track.
     
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    evildeadfan123 Sam & Dean Winchester

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    I purchased the limited edition Dead & Buried when it first came out. Very highly recommended early 80's horror film.
     
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    shift Hot as shit!

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    I hated RAW MEAT. To me Dead and Buried was more enjoyable. Get the BU version. Laters
     
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    i have shown both and everytime poeple loved dead and buried even if its old,
    so you should go with Dead and Buried cause its a real classic!
     

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