More Millcreek Hammer double feature BDs

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  1. rxfiend

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    Hammer Films Double Feature - Volume Three: Maniac / Die! Die! My Darling!

    Hammer Films Double Feature - Volume Four: Never Take Candy From a Stranger / Scream of Fear

    March 6, 2018.

    Nice. It's been awhile since I've watch Die Die My Darling but I recall it being stand out.

    But can we expect a Powerhouse Indicator release down the road?
     
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    Indicator did release Die Die My Darling in their Hammer Volume One: Fear Warning collection. It's listed as Fanatic (the original British title), but there is a reversible cover with Die Die My Darling in addition to alternate US opening credits. Great release. I watched them all several weeks ago.

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    Well there you go. :D And Maniac is on there too. And Gorgon/Mummy were a previous Millcreek release as well.
     
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    ...and Never Take Candy From a Stranger (as Never take Sweets from a Stranger) is going to be on Volume 2

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    Allegedly, beyond these two box sets, Indicator should still have another six Hammer films licensed from Sony. Hopefully that'll cover the rest of what Mill Creek has released, and then some.
     

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