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Discussion in 'General' started by vampyr789, May 22, 2009.
So, has there been ANY news on Night School, New Years Evil, or Curtians getting releases?
I forgot to add the Bruce Campbell movie Moontrap on my list. I reminded myself to add it as I sit at home watching My Name is Bruce.
Fright Night 2 (a proper widescreen release)
The Video Dead
New Year's Evil
Night of the Demon
The Town that Dreaded Sundown
Silent Night Deadly Night III
Has anyone ever seen PUCKER UP AND BARK LIKE A DOG? I want to see it because of the presence of Wendy O. Williams.
Can now add Secret Beyond the Door to my list.
I'm a fan of old and new films in equal measure and would love to know what studio moron deems The Uninvited (1944) not worthy of a DVD release!
I think that's Universal. I hear it was made by Paramount, but of course- so was Psycho.
Figured this would be an appropriate place to post this, but I cannot believe there is still no blu-ray, or even a DVD release for The Rejuvenator, Spookies, or Slaughterhouse Rock. I assume with Slaughterhouse Rock it might be music rights issues. We've had full-blown blu-ray special editions of films that pale in comparison to these three.
I believe Slaughterhouse Rock is coming from Code Red very soon - new HD master that I believe is color corrected. And yeah, where is Spookies?
Side note: Still waiting on Carnival of Souls... come on Criterion!
Godzilla 1985 where are u
Still holding out hope for Batman The Animated Series.
In 2014 The Dissolve posted an interesting oral history of Spookies and concluded that the movie was a "lost film":
Film elements have surfaced since that article, and Spookies enjoyed a handful of 35mm screenings in 2015. I would have to imagine that some label is at least looking into a release, and that any potential roadblocks would involve rights issues. Hopefully the film is no longer controlled by Lionsgate.
It would be awesome to see a special edition of this movie, including the original ending!
I'd kill a dozen midgets to get Spookies released on blu-ray.
The 90s series?
Yeah. I am of the opinion that the BAS is the best overall interpretation of Batman. The Arkham games are heavily influenced by the series. The animation was great and the voice acting was perfect. It would require a lot of time and effort (and money) to restore those episodes. I don't think Warner is up to it.
Am I crazy? Isn't this out on DVD?
My apologies. My post is an example of what happens when you use the Internet after taking an Ambien.
Could've been worse. I'm glad I made your Ambien dreams come true.