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Discussion in 'General' started by Cujo108, Dec 19, 2009.
I actually really enjoyed the Green Inferno. I'll be picking this one up!
So this is just another 2K scan correct? Will it be much of an upgrade from the OOP original Hammer release? I think I'll probably stick with that. This was the first horror movie I ever watched so I'd certainly upgrade if worthy! The poster is just ok to me. I love the original French poster though!
Yeah. While I think it's one of the better Shout Factory posters the ad campaign for Frankenstein Created Woman had such awesome posters I can't help but think, "If I'm going to get a Frankenstein Created Women poster I can get better." Course with the way Shout's prices have been holding over the past year I guess you can't beat the added value of the poster. And as I was thinking with the upcoming Opera it adds to the resale value at the very least: from something you perhaps can't give away to something that'll double your money instead. So there's that.
Caps-A-Holic comparison for 10 to Midnight between the Shout! Collector's Edition and the Twilight Time Blu-rays: https://caps-a-holic.com/c.php?d1=12936&d2=12937&c=5065
Why So Blu reviews The Body Snatcher: http://whysoblu.com/body-snatcher-blu-ray-review/
Rock Shock Pop reviews The Body Snatcher: http://www.rockshockpop.com/forums/...Body-Snatcher-(Shout!-Factory)-Blu-ray-Review
Caps-A-Holic Comparisons for:
Man's Best Friend:
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension:
And glorious screencaps for Street Fighter!:
Really enjoyed revisiting Mans Best Friend too bad about the special features though on this bluray!
Why So Blu reviews The Street Fighter Collection: http://whysoblu.com/street-fighter-collection-blu-ray-review/
Blu-ray.com reviews Born in East LA: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Born-in-East-LA-Blu-ray/226203/#Review
There's a sale on Shout Select titles going on until Tuesday, 3/19. Some really good prices actually.
Being that this is a Lakeshore title, what are the odds they'll do Elvira in the future?
What Lakeshore title has Shout released before?
Mondo Digital reviews The Body Snatcher: http://mondo-digital.com/bodysnatcher.html
Superstition Blu-ray: http://whysoblu.com/superstition-blu-ray-review/
The Manitou Blu-ray review: http://whysoblu.com/manitou-blu-ray-review/
Extras for The Brain:
"* NEW 4K scan of the original negative
* NEW Audio Commentary with director Ed Hunt
* NEW Audio Commentary with composer Paul Zaza
* NEW Audio Commentary with actor Tom Bresnahan
* NEW Canada on the Mind – an interview with actress Cynthia Preston
* NEW From Monster Kid to Monster Man – an interview with actor George Buza
* NEW Brain Art – an interview with assistant art director Michael Borthwick
* NEW Food for Thought: A Love Letter to THE BRAIN
* Still Gallery"
The Witches review: http://whysoblu.com/witches-aka-devils-blu-ray-review/
Another review for Superstition: http://www.dvddrive-in.com/reviews/n-s/superstition82blu.htm
DVDBeaver review for The Deadly Mantis: http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDCompare9/the_deadly_mantis_blu-ray.htm
DVDBeaver review and comparison for The Witches: http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film4/blu-ray_reviews_61/the_witches_blu-ray.htm
Shout have changed The Boris Karloff/Bela Lugosi Collection to Universal Horror Collection: Volume 1 and given it new pre-release artwork. The release date has also been pushed back to June 18th.
At least one more volume will be forthcoming I would suppose...
Same link as before, but the changes can be viewed here: https://www.shoutfactory.com/product/the-boris-karloff-bela-lugosi-collection?product_id=7039
A second volume was confirmed on Facebook.