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not really bought much lately except the dark sky films 2 disc texas chainsaw massacre edition,which is meant to have a great print.
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Just paid for
The Mist (can't wait to see this in b+w)
The Fly
Feast
all from ebay
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Grindhouse wrote:
capthowdy66 wrote:Just ordered scanners 1,2 and 3 dvd boxset for £4.99!!! from hmv , bargain!
only for the 1st one :wink:
yep!!! 2 and 3 for comedy value :lol:
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I bought a few bargain dvds whilst shopping in Glasgow on Sunday before the train at 4pm...all from the Tartan / manga labels.

Got errrr

Whispering corridors
Momento Mori
Wishing stairs
The Voice
Cello
Unborn but forgotten
Traingle
Tokyo Zombie
The hillside strangler
Bundy
Ed Gein

All the for exactly £45. Quite pleased.
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My copy of Four Flies turned up last week, but as i've been out of the office, I've only just picked it up. And yes, I'm remarkably excited about it too!
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orlovsky wrote:My copy of Four Flies turned up last week, but as i've been out of the office, I've only just picked it up. And yes, I'm remarkably excited about it too!
Where did you find the cheapest place to get this from?
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I Got four flies on grey velvet from movietyme.com for £12.99 ,with the dodgy exchange rates at the mo it seemed the best deal. I haven't watched it yet but just checked the first 5 mins and the picture quality is amazing being that its 38 years old!!
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Just ordered myself a new copy of Ong Bak to replace my completely scratched up 2 disc edition
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sherbetbizarre wrote:
orlovsky wrote:My copy of Four Flies turned up last week, but as i've been out of the office, I've only just picked it up. And yes, I'm remarkably excited about it too!
Where did you find the cheapest place to get this from?
Same place as Capthowdy - Movietyme. the transfer looks teh aces, and has pretty much resulted in a massive sex wee already! ;)
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Cheers - are Movietyme's deliveries subject to a customs import charge?
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Some of the dvd's can be delivered next day so they must of already passed through customs but the older titles come from the states so they would be viable for import tax if the value went over the personal import level :cry:
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Just ordered Midnight Meat Train on blu ray and scar in 3d!! 8)
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sherbetbizarre wrote:Cheers - are Movietyme's deliveries subject to a customs import charge?
I have never been subject to customs charges on stuff from movietyme, but I couldn't swear it would never happen. Certainly one dvd / blu ray etc at a time you should never get charged for, and I got my Heroes season 1 HD DVD set from there for £55 and didn't get charged, may have got lucky though not sure.
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PeterPan wrote: The Mist (can't wait to see this in b+w)
I've only seen it in black and white (I saw the making of and extras in colour) and I loved it! It has such a retro feel to it
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Post by kitkat »

Just pre-ordered Ghost School Horror Box Set from Play for 16.99. Whispering Corridors, Memento Mori, Wishing Stairs and The Voice- just the thing for a quiet Sunday after March 7th.
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