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Discussion in 'Let's Talk Movies' started by digitalbabe, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. digitalbabe

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    Share your favorites already on Blu-Ray (domestic and imports) and wishlist (not yet on Blu-Ray).


    My wishlist is mostly "old school" (my favorite):

    Demonseed
    Rosemary's Baby
    Burnt Offerings
    Mr. Frost

    To name a few...

    Have fun!

    DB
     
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    I would take anything really haha. Top of the list is "A Tale of Two Sisters".
     
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    a tale of two sisters is on blu in uk glen-bob,region free could not tell you.still need to buy it.it's on hmv at about £8.99

    martys (french) great on blu,great horror some of it is hard to watch though.
    the texas chainsaw massacre (original) not bad transfer for a film that old.
    the thing,also good transfer.
    la horde (french) see this at frightfest last year,excellent zombie flick.only getting released on dvd in uk:(if anyone knows of a blu with english subs let me know.
     
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    Hi guys, if a certain movie discussed is available on Blu, I'll add it to the OP. Enjoy!
     
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    Ya I believe I did some research on that one in the uk along with Shrooms but they were both locked :(
     
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    I don't know what to think about martyrs. I felt all dirty after I watched it and thot I'd never need to see it again but lately I've felt the need to see it again. Lol. It was a very disturbing movie. Inside is another great French flick I'd consider purchasing. The French have been puttin out some great stuff since High Tension was released. The classic universal monster movies would be a must have for me if they did a new restoration or transfer for them. There are sooooooo many that I want it's hard to just pick a few.

    Sliver Bullet
    Maniac
    The Burning
    Fright Night

    I recently watched the original My Bloody Valentine and was very happy with the look of it. If they could give that same treatment to these flicks would be awesome.
     
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    Hi Glen, not sure if you saw, but "Maniac" is coming soon, per a US pre-order. I've added to OP.
     
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    I did see that but now that I rethink about Maniac it is a horror movie, much like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, might lose some of its nastiness once it is transferred to blu. In remember the first time I watched TCM on DVD I thot that I enjoyed it more on an old rental VHS with the tracking all messes up and the transfer being full of artifacts. It just makes those 2 films more gritty, the way they should be IMO.
     
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    yea great stuff coming from france,inside i love.that is released on blu somehere in europe,but no english subs.same as the french tfi of la horde no subs.
    frontier(s) another great french film what needs to be on blu.

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    how could i forget dead snow,worthy blu-ray buy.
     
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    I used to watch this film all the time as a kid. It scared the **** out of me... I finally got a bootleg DVD of it, but i'd like to get the real thing with some commentary.
     
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    wow That looks terrible Jef, hahaha. Don't think I've ever seen it. Looks like a musical or something, lol.

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    I'll be doing THIS again this October if anyone cares to join me. I'll start a new thread when the season gets closer.
     
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    :oohyeah:im up for that,i hardly watch tv.film only.like to see what you come up with glen-bob.
     
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    not at all. It's got zombies, vampires, and a lot of other evil things in it. It was a TV movie, as far as i've learned. It had Levar Burton in it... lol. But it was really good...
     
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    I'll have to find this now.
     
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    Any other horror fans out there?
     
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    Bumpin' in time for Halloween:)
     
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    Bump for Halloween!:)
     
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    I might finally see Friday the 13th.
     
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    Horhay, one of the old ones, or the 1st original ones?
     
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    they are all GOLD in one way or another IMO. I love them all. Part 2 is my all-time fav. tho. I would suggest of course starting from the beginning tho.
     

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