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Discussion in 'High Definition' started by bruce h, May 6, 2017.
One Million B.C. & Ruby replacements.
Hopefully, they did more than just reinsert missing footage for Ruby, but I'm not holding my breath.
I'm getting confused with all these corrected discs. I'm starting to lose track. I mean if I order AFTER the disc had been corrected does that mean I'll still have to go through the process of replacing the disc or does Amazon have all the new corrected discs in stock. I'd ask here because I'm sure Amazon wouldn't have an answer.
I wouldn't count on Amazon having corrected discs.
Zombies Don't Run reviews Satan's Cheerleaders: http://www.zombiesdontrun.net/reviews/satans-cheerleaders-1977-blu-ray-review/
Rock Shock Pop reviews Satan's Cheerleaders: http://www.rockshockpop.com/forums/content.php?7183-Satan’s-Cheerleaders
Cinema Sentries reviews Ruby & Satan's Cheerleaders: http://cinemasentries.com/review/ru...ders-blu-ray-reviews-tales-from-the-drive-in/
That Ruby Blu-ray sadly remains an unwatchable mess.
The replacement disc, or the original one VCI released?
Dread Central reviews Ruby: http://www.dreadcentral.com/reviews/265002/ruby-blu-ray-review-70s-drive-psychic-shocker-vci/
Zombies Don't Run reviews The Aftermath: http://www.zombiesdontrun.net/reviews/aftermath-1982-blu-ray-dvd-review/
Cinema Sentries reviews The Aftermath: http://cinemasentries.com/review/the-aftermath-1982-blu-ray-review-a-little-movie-with-a-long-wake/
RUBY looks like you're watching the movie through a screen door. I liked the DPI logo on the old DVD so I'm hanging on to that one. It's a fun movie - the horror scenes feel tacked on though. It feels like a more "mature" movie was being made but the drive-in antics of early 70's exploitation horror that pop up tend to cheapen it a bit. They're not as refined and somewhat clunky.
For my birthday in 1977, I begged my family to take me to see this at the drive-in. We ended up seeing SINBAD AND THE EYE OF THE TIGER for the 5th time because we had relatives visiting with young kids and they didn't want them to be scared. The irony - we kids watched as much of RUBY as we could from the back of the car (without sound) and remembered the horror antics for years onward.
Blu-ray.com reviews The Aftermath: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-Aftermath-Blu-ray/184084/#Review