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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by TheThinMan » Wed Aug 17, 2011 6:14 pm

bump3r1 wrote:Order received, be popping to HMV after work :)
You won't be disappointed.

That made me wonder is there any other people out there who haven't seen a classic horror film or films for some reason.

I still haven't seen Nightmare on Elm St. Though I now have the blu-ray and will be watching it this weekend.
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by bump3r1 » Wed Aug 17, 2011 9:04 pm

Nightmare on elm st is my fave film of any genre bt then I'm an 80s child so I love all the old slasher movies. It's only really the last few years I've learnt to appreciated giallo and such. The Innocents is on film 4 tonight so I'm going to give that a go as I think that's classed as a classic.
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Kris » Sat Aug 20, 2011 8:16 pm

Thanks to this lot, a bloody great big purchase...

http://www.frightfest.co.uk/forum/viewt ... =17&t=4582
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Kris » Sun Aug 21, 2011 7:58 pm

Adrift
Pathology
The House On Sorority Row
Ghost Ship
Day Of The Dead
The House Of The Devil
Cannibal Apocalypse
The Hitcher II
The Green Mile
Gone
Demons In My Head
Haunted Boat
Mutant
Mega Pirahna
What Lies Beneath
The Hills Have Eyes 2
Slumber Party Massacre
The Chaser
Dance Of The Dead
The Breed
Mirror Mirror
Bloodgnome
Ghosts Of Mars
Let Me In
Clerks (3 DVD Box Set)
Queen Of The Damned
The Midnight Meat Train
The Wrestler
The Collector
The Uninvited

All of that lot.... £60
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Grindhouse » Mon Aug 29, 2011 9:16 pm

its great to see threads still going strong keep it going festers new n old
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by plushroom » Wed Aug 31, 2011 5:06 pm

On thursday a traded in a ton of unwanted cds at CEX and got Defendor, Super, Hobo With A Shotgun, Rubber and the Watchman Motion Comic.

And yesterday I went on amazon and went on a mini used dvd buying frenzy and got lost boys 1, 2 & 3 (I know 2 is cheesy but I really want to see the third one and drool over Corey again), Gory Gory Hallelujah (which looks mental), the devils backbone, the shining, from dusk till dawn, teeth and pans labyrinth.

Some I've seen before, some I haven't. Looking forward to it!

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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Mr Bill » Fri Sep 02, 2011 5:11 pm

When I returned from the fest the October Release List was waiting for me, and it's packed full of Frightfest 2010 goodness, but also includes The Woman- that was pretty swift!
I'm going to have trouble avoiding a horror overspend this month- besides, who cares about The Green Lantern?
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Melvin Junko » Sat Sep 24, 2011 8:03 pm

Have been too busy watching movies to complete a 365 movies in 2011 challenge to list the stuff I've bought recently. Will have to have a look soon (only about 8 movies left to watch to hit the target :)) and will post a list.
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Melvin Junko » Sat Sep 24, 2011 8:19 pm

And here we go :)

Sideways
One MIssed Call
Pulse
The Running Man
Heartstopper
Against the Dark
Unknown Beyond
The Little Shop of Horrors
Visitors of the Night
Vampire Ressurection
Near Dark
Natural Born Killers
Highlander
Transmorphers
Growth
Barbarella
Alone in the Dark King of the Zombies
Crypt of the Living Dead
Screamers / Screamers the Hunting
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Melvin Junko » Fri Oct 28, 2011 11:46 am

The 13th Child
Creepshow 2
Zombie Attack
Hiruko the Goblin
Transylvania 6-5000
Rapid Assault
Defendor
Conan the Destroyer
Excalibur
Bloodsport 2
Bloodsport 3
Bloodsport 4
Cutting Moments
Killing Zoe
Monster
Phonebooth
Watchmen
Revenge in the House of Usher
The Crazies
District 9
BLood of Warriors
Samurai Death Bells
Crocodile 2
With Friends like These
Seven Swords
The Promise
El Mariachi / Desperado
I saw the Devil
Machette
Razorback
Higanjima - escape from vampire island
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Melvin Junko » Sun Nov 13, 2011 5:50 pm

Demons in my head
Tokyo Psycho
Abuss
Trancers
Nemesis
Exorcist the Beginning
Demon under glass
Disturbia
Mad Max
Ripper
Creep
The Grim Reaper
The House on Sorority Row
Halloween Night
Wishmaster 2
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Kris » Thu Nov 17, 2011 9:26 am

Killing Zoe - great film


Picked up 4 x blu rays and around 16 x dvds for £38 yesterday
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Judex » Thu Nov 17, 2011 11:12 am

Bought "STAGE FRIGHT" the other day, the 80's slasher not the Hitchcock thriller...
Pretty enjoyable and very good quality- looks like it was shot yesterday. If not for the cracking 80's soundtrack. Apparently the director was a buddy of Argento's.
Well worth a watch..

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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Melvin Junko » Sun Nov 27, 2011 3:57 pm

Picked up Saint in Sainsbury's for 7.99 today, can't wait to finally see the whole film after having to walk out of it at frightfest due to 'health issues' haha.
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Re: what dvds are we buying?

Post by Maniacal » Sun Dec 04, 2011 6:52 pm

At the local Cex store I recently purchased Altered, Hell Night and Poltergeist 2.

Altered is hilariously bad, it was great until I saw the 'Monster'.
Hell Night, I believe this to be an exhibition for Linda Blairs ample bosom.
Poltergeist 2, I know this movie gets a lot of slack, but I've always found the character of Kain to be extremely frightening.
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