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    Got copies of The Redeemer and The Undertaker the other day. The Redeemer plays the Family Honor trailer before the menu loads. I really wanna see this movie, it's definitely got a Massacre Mafia Style vibe to it but like Grindhouse with MMS, Code Red is taking their time with it.
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    Looks like they're reissuing Stanely in October.

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    Awesome news! Code Red's sister label, Scorpion Releasing, are putting out Puppet on a Chain! And that's easily one of my favourite of all the Alastair McLean film adaptations, so I'll really be looking forward to that release as I've waited for years to see the film on DVD.



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    PUPPET ON A CHAIN? I can't even remember the last time I saw that film. A DVD release would be most welcome.
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    I watched RITUALS for the first time today, via the Code Red disc, and was hugely impressed. I thought it was an amazing film that, for whatever reason, had somehow slipped under my radar until now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul L View Post
    PUPPET ON A CHAIN? I can't even remember the last time I saw that film. A DVD release would be most welcome.
    That's what I thought. I last saw it on TV years ago, and it still managed to make a lasting impression commercials and all. I remember it being a great action-thriller in the best British tradition. One day I'll get around to picking up those UK discs of When Eight Bells Toll and Fear is the Key. Now, if only someone would release a nice widescreen edition of Golden Rendezvous, I'll be a happy man! It's available in Oz, but only fullscreen...

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    Some more 'coming soon' titles...



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