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    Stick a fork in me...I'm done...

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    Oooohhhhhhh......... awesome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Oooohhhhhhh......... awesome.
    I feel sorry for the folks sitting at home, on their PCs or Macs, that don't have HD set-ups. That really needs to be seen in 1080p just to truly see what a difference has been made.

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    Blue Underground's PR dept. just sent over full specs for Zombie!
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    Mike Felsher's Red Shirt Pictures did all the extras on this one, yeah? Mike's a quality bonus features producer.

    Pity about the Jay Slater commentary, but there's really bugger all else. And sad that Rosario Prestopino and Dakar died since the last edition. I could have listened to another flamenco encore from Mr. Barrera, no worries. I wonder what the deal is with Tisa Farrow? She pretty much up and retired and disappeared after her Italian movie work, from what I read.

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    Torso and The 10th Man Blu-ray's have been pushed back to 9/27.
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    Last Q of the morning: has anyone else had problems with Blue Underground DVDs becoming brittle around the centre hole after a few years? I've had about three or four (maybe more) BU discs just crack, shatter or generally fall apart directly in the centre of the disc in the last few months. You take the disc out, pop it in and play it and then put it back in its case...only to have the centre ring bust. It only seems to occur with BU DVDs too -- haven't had this issue with any other disc. It's starting to piss me off, as I have to replace at least two BU discs now as the centre damage was so severe, when I pressed the discs lightly back into their clips, they split the protective layer of the playing surface.

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    Which titles - I can check mine.
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    Succubus and Tombs of the Blind Dead are the ones that immediately come to mind. I'll have a check through the others after some sleep - maybe Maniac, possibly Venus in Furs...

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    I don't have Succubus (have the old AB one) but my Tombs disc is fine.
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