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    You've never seen Magnificent Butcher or Knockabout? I'm surprised. Two of my favorite kung fu movies of that era. Magnificent Butcher is one of Sammo's best. Amazing fight scenes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    You've never seen Magnificent Butcher or Knockabout? I'm surprised.
    As much as many are often surprised by what I have seen, sometimes it's more amazing to discover what I haven't seen...

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    Jaysus, even I'VE seen Magnificent Butcher. :-P

    Anyway, i got that Criterion Night of the Hunter. Haven't watched it yet, though, i'm just waiting until i have the time and dedication to give it the viewing it deserves.

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    While shopping in Toronto over the weekend I got the Cannibal Girls Blu-ray.
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    Today's mail was kind enough to bring me Hustler's Untrue Hollywood Stories: Mily Cyrus' 18th Birthday. According to the filmmakers she's horny and ready to go.
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    Have you seen that clip of her smoking a big ol' Salvia bong? She is horny and ready to go.

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    I got the MACHETE BD today and I'm eager to watch it TONIGHT!!

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    Alien Anthology boxset... first film looks great. I'm kind of annoyed that the discs have to be slipped into cardboard pouches, though.

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    shit! didnt know that was out. Trip to the store tomorrow.

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    Does LOST IN TRANSLATION need a BD? I remember seeing it and thinking that it wasn't bad, but rather boring.

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