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To Live and Die in LA is a classic and i also like The Man from Snowy River very much.
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Thanks for the feedback guys...I'll put these on the radar to watch sooner than later...$10 bucks well spent it seems!
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Tonight picked up Planes, Trains, and Automobiles and 48 Hours on Blu-ray...$7 bucks a pop. Dang it...going to that dangerous place again where I can't go to pick up a few groceries without grabbing a movie or two!!

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I picked up a double DVD at the dollar store tonight- Russkies and End of the Line. I had heard of Russkies, but not End of the Line, which has a lot of good actors : Kevin Bacon, Wilford Brimley, Mary Steenbergen, Levon Helm. Another rainy/snowy day movie set for me.
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Great pick ups there,48 hours and planes trains are both awesome,been wanting to watch russkies for ages,end of the line sounds interesting I'm going to look it up in a minute to see if its the one I'm thinking of!
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Pitts that end of the line/russkies double pack is an out of print title,it goes for about 23 (32 us dollars) UK pounds over here to import it,a really great find especially if it was for a dollar!
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Omg I might have to list it on eBay! I'll check on it first. Thanks for the heads up!
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It sells for around $7-$10 USD here. I don't think it's worth it to list it, unless I get some more copies.
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Russkies-End-Line-DVD-Region-US-NTSC/dp/B000PFUAEG/ref=sr_1_16?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1454545727&sr=1-16&keywords=End+of+line here on Amazon UK it's 23 UK pounds and for a DVD that's pretty expensive,at that price its definitely gone out of print

I'd keep it pitts if its a pair of good fims,saying that if you can find a few more copies floating around at your local dollar store it would be worth picking them up and selling them on ebay.

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Russkies-End-Line-DVD-Region-US-NTSC/dp/B000PFUAEG/ref=sr_1_16?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1454545727&sr=1-16&keywords=End+of+line here on Amazon UK it's 23 UK pounds and for a DVD that's pretty expensive,at that price its definitely gone out of print

I'd keep it pitts if its a pair of good fims,saying that if you can find a few more copies floating around at your local dollar store it would be worth picking them up and selling them on ebay.

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I'm eyeing up some $8-$10 Blu-rays...I can swing two for now....here are my options, so open to feedback re: which two to grab: The Thing, Beverly Hills Cop, Project X, Bachelor Party, Escape From Alcatraz, Witness, Osterman Weekend, Firestarter, and the Pick-Up Artist.

Sadly, I own all these on DVD but my collector instinct now has me searching out Blu-rays. I'm really leaning towards The Thing, but not sure about my second choice...

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Young warrior, thank you so much! I am headed out tomorrow to hit all of the Dollar Tree stores in my area. I'm going to look into selling on Amazon!
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Bachelor party I reckon as a second choice kevdug,one horror - the thing - one comedy - the bachelor party = the perfect mix!


Pitts if you happen to find loads of copies of - russkies/end of the line and you get some funny looks when you take them all to the counter just say your a really big fan of Kevin bacon and that you love his porn stache in his latest movie - cop car [Big Grin]


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Just got these:

Seven Red Berets (1969) Boss Nigger (1975)

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Deadly Force (1983) The January Man (1989)

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Love at Large (1990)

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Great pick ups atomik,never seen - the January man but always been tempted to check it out,deadly force with the cool and crazy wings Hauser looks like fun as well!
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Some new stuff :

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Up The Creek (1984) blu-ray, Highway To Hell (1991) blu-ray, The Farmer's Daughters (1976) dvd,
and David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001), the Criterion blu-ray edition ! [Cool]

And also :

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Last october i missed out on Arrow's limited Hellraiser box-set, so now i got myself Arrow's regular edition instead.

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Great pick ups johnny - up the creek is good fun,would like to get the blu of that myself,never seen - highway to hell you'll have to let us know what that is like as I've always been curious about that one,- farmers daughters looks like good trasy fun and I've got - hellraiser on the old UK anchorbay blu ray release and the 3rd part on DVD,not got part 2 - hellbound so the boxset wouldn't be a bad bet for me to get either!
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The regular edition of Arrow's Hellraiser box still looks pretty stylish, even though the 200 page hardcover book
which was included in the limited edition is absent.. Oh well, the main reason why i wanted this box,
was because of the new restored transfers.. so i'm happy now ! [Smile]

There's more :

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Spellbinder (1988) and Ghost Story (1981), both on blu-ray.

Ghost Story is the UK version released by Second Sight Films, which seems to be identical to the Scream Factory disc.

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A couple of oddities :

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Catch My Soul (1974) on a blu-ray + dvd combopack (released by Vinegar Syndrome's sub-label Etiquette Pictures),
and Boarding House (1982), one of the earliest shot-on-video slasher movies, on a new special edition 2 dvd set,
including the rare director's cut with a running time of 157 minutes (!).. Now that's some serious torture ! [Big Grin]

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quote:
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The regular edition of Arrow's Hellraiser box still looks pretty stylish, even though the 200 page hardcover book
which was included in the limited edition is absent.. Oh well, the main reason why i wanted this box,
was because of the new restored transfers.. so i'm happy now ! [Smile]

There's more :

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Spellbinder (1988) and Ghost Story (1981), both on blu-ray.

Ghost Story is the UK version released by Second Sight Films, which seems to be identical to the Scream Factory disc.

I actually watched my old region 4 DVD copy of - spellbinder last night (along with -the zero boys and the will ferrell comedy - get hard,i had a bit of a late night [Big Grin] ) johnny,it's a great little occult flick with A very hot looking Kelly preston,my DVD is full frame so its one I'm definitely going to upgrade soon.

I spotted a goof as well in - spellbinder which I can't see listed anywhere - in the shopping mall scene at the beginning there's a guy chasing after Kelly preston and he pushes past this woman with a pram that is meant to contain a baby and you can blatantly see that it's a children's doll inside of it!

Ghost story is a really good watch as well,I have a region 1 DVD of that and it is another one I wouldn't mind upgrading also!

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I liked HIGHWAY TO HELL. Chad Lowe and Kristi Swanson are in it.
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Unfortunately, I was unable to get anymore copies of the Russkies/ End of the Line DVD. Last week, I went to three dollar stores, two of which are in not so savory neighborhoods. We had to go to Radio Shack for a battery for my husband's edging machine, and the only Radio Scrap near us (that is how my husband refers to it) is in a ghetto-y neighborhood. So we hit the dollar stores in those areas too. I'll try again next time I am out shopping. Who knows, maybe they'll put more out at our little dollar store.
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Pity you couldn't find any more copies Pitts,at least you managed to find a copy for yourself to check out,have you watched either yet and if so - any good?


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This is what I picked up over about the last month or so - like father like son, the bride and dead end all on dvd,van damme double pack of the order and nowhere to run, adventures of ford fairlaine and scarecrows on blu ray.

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The Bride is still missing from my 80's horror collection..

Here's two more imports from my january package :

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I took a quick peek to get an impression of the video-quality, and i can confirm both are a huge upgrade
over their old dvd editions (from MGM and Troma respectively).. plus now i have Swordkill too ! [Smile]

Ghost Warrior will forever be known to me as Swordkill, and i have to say that the guy who plays samurai Yoshi
does a damn fine job here.. seriously. It would have been easy to put some funny scenes in the movie exploiting
the culture clash, but i'm happy they didn't go that route. He plays it straight throughout, and that decision
causes an extra layer of dramatic effect to the character and the movie in general. Good stuff !

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Here's my UK vhs of - swordkill johnny,it's a ex rental and the picture is a bit hit and miss in places,also it's cut by 27 seconds so i'll definitely look at upgrading it as it's certainly a fun little samurai flick and your right about the main lead as he absolutely nailed his role!

Swordkill was released by entertainment in video here in the UK, this was there logo at the time - https://youtu.be/IGF9SZV2VDM

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