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    Senior Member Jimmy Simard's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex K. View Post
    I'm curious what others think about muting it out.
    Honestly, even if Watkins doesn't like it, that would be a re-interpretation of the film so no... Anyway there was a lot of things he didn't like about the way the film was edited by the guy who purchased the film.

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    Ideally we'd get the option for both endings - Watkin's preferred version (without the narration) and the version that stands as it is now. Couldn't be too hard to offer one or the other as an 'alternate ending' or something like that, even if the differences are minor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Couldn't be too hard to offer one or the other as an 'alternate ending' or something like that.
    Of course that way would be perfectly acceptable.

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    VS announced on Facebook that they're working on a release of a movie called Labor Of Love (I'm guessing it's that one as they refer to it as an obscure 70s documentary).

    IMDB says:

    "A documentary concerning the filming of The Last Affair, an independent drama that was to feature several explicit sex scenes. After the financial backers had a change of heart, The Last Affair was released without the sex scenes and quickly faded away. Included in the cast of The Last Affair were popular character actor Ron Dean (The Dark Knight, Rudy, Code of Silence) and actress/director Betty Thomas (Hill Street Blues, Private Parts). Neither were involved in any of the sex scenes, but both performers can be seen briefly in A Labor of Love."
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    Sounds really interesting! I love vintage docs with a sleaze element in play.

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    John's been holding out on us!

    Pages are up on the VS site for the Massage Parlor Murders disc and the Savage Water/Death By Invitation double feature.

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    A vicious serial killer is stalking the streets of New York City, murdering Times Square massage girls in a variety of brutal ways. It’s up to a rogue detective team to solve the case as the body count continues to rise! Chock full of over the top sex and violence and complete with high speed car chase through Manhattan, MASSAGE PARLOR MURDERS is an exploitation film lover’s dream movie. Featuring performances from Sandra Peabody (Last House on the Left), Chris Jordan (Deep Throat 2), Brother Theodore (The ‘Burbs), and George Dzundza (The Deer Hunter) in one of his earliest appearances!

    Directors: Chester Fox & Alex Stevens
    1972 / Color / 80 minutes / 1.85:1
    Features Include:
    + Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack | Region Free | 1.85:1 AR | MONO
    + Restored in 2K from original camera negative
    + Original theatrical trailer + alternate MASSAGE PARLOR HOOKERS trailer
    + Rare outtakes
    + Special edition lab card
    + Extensive historical liner notes


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    Two grimy, low-rent, regional sleaze-fests guaranteed to leave even the most jaded genre film fans scratching their heads in disbelief.

    SAVAGE WATER (1979)
    Regional horror filmmaking at its most bare-bones, Paul Kener’s Utah lensed proto-giallo is a schizoid blend of big budget home movie and ultra cheap sleaze.

    Director: Paul Kener
    95 minutes / Color / AR: 1.85:1

    DEATH BY INVITATION (1971)

    One of producer Leonard Kirtman’s odd ventures into horror filmmaking, ‘Death’ is an effectively gritty tale of 20th century witchery topped off with a pleasant touch of psychedelia.

    Director: Ken Friedman
    81 minutes / Color / AR: 1.85:1

    Features Include:
    + Dual Layer DVD-9 | Region Free | 16:9 Anamorphic | 1.85:1 AR | MONO
    + 2k scan from 35mm theatrical prints
    + Two commentary tracks by: The Hysteria Continues
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    Sorry! But it's posted here now.

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    Hey John, status on the Last House on Dead End Street release?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Lyons View Post
    Sorry! But it's posted here now.
    It's all good. Hence the winky face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex K. View Post
    Hey John, status on the Last House on Dead End Street release?
    Very much back burner right now...

    I'd rather do something with CORRUPTION.

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