So what do you think is the problem Paul? Do you think this release has been cancelled? Also, do you know whether the slipcover is limited? Or is standard with this release?Amazon UK have cancelled my order
Email I got from Amazon said Our supplier has informed us that this item is no longer available.
Amazon UK have removed the listing from their website
Looks like it's not happening now or a new release date still to be decided
HMV list now as coming soon instead of showing a release date
Previously they has listed October 26th
Zavvi still have listed as a pre order with release date October 26th but that likely to change to sold out on Monday
It's not been released in UK yetSo what do you think is the problem Paul? Do you think this release has been cancelled? Also, do you know whether the slipcover is limited? Or is standard with this release?
NICE! Love that they’ve added the artcards and booklet - a complete package for a worthy movie.Extras:
NEW: Colour and Censorship in The Masque of The Red Death - Interview With Keith Johnston
NEW: Audio Commentary With Kim Newman and Sean Hogan
Audio Commentary with Roger Corman
Roger Corman: In Conversation with Kim Newman at The BFI
Roger Corman: Behind The Masque
Behind The Scenes Stills Gallery
Booklet written film presevationist at The Academy Tessa Idelwine
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Depends whether you are into Corman’s gothic productions - if you’ve seen “The pit and the pendulum” or “Fall of the house of Usher”, for example, and you like them, then it’s a sure bet you will like this. This is an atmospheric, gothic horror also - ominous castle shrouded in fog and mist, Vincent Price presiding over all things evil, and vividly colourful visuals as well........ kind of (Mario) Bava-esque, in places. To me, what’s-not-to-like? If the remaster is top notch them i’m expecting this to look........STUNNING! But we’ll see - i hope it is, because, visually, this film has always looked super. Maybe give it a watch before you buy, if you not sure?Haven't seen this movie before. Any recommendation?
Maybe the best of the Corman/Poe adaptations and to me a surprise addition to the Vintage Classics Collection which although including a few horror films such as FRIGHT, DON'T LOOK NOW, AND SOON THE DARKNESS (original), QUATERMASS AND THE PIT and DEAD OF NIGHT is mostly made up of classic Brit comedies and dramas from the 1940-1960s.Haven't seen this movie before. Any recommendation?
Odeon: released in the UK in 2011Give us already Witchfinder General aka The Conqueror Worm !