quote:Originally posted by the young warrior: Looking forward to rewatching Shaker Run as well as its been years since I last viewed that!
Nice find indeed.. haven't seen that one either since '87 or '88 when i took it home from the videostore. However, i do still own a large cardboard promotional display for Shaker Run (with different artwork though).
Received some recently released UK imports last weekend :
From Arrow i got Blood Tide (1982) and White Fire (1985).. Another two from Eureka, Zu Warriors From The Magic Mountain (1983) and Sergio Corbucci's spaghetti-western The Specialists (1969).. and from 88Films Jackie Chan's Heart Of Dragon (1985) as well as the shaolin kung-fu spectacle Clan Of The White Lotus (1980), and also upgraded Lamberto Bava's Macabre (1980) to blu-ray !
I have to say i really dig those Jackie Chan releases 88Films has been putting out over the last 6 or 7 months or so.. Good stuff !
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Lots of gem releases coming monthly from various distributors. It really is hard work to keep track of all the stuff.
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quote:Originally posted by aTomiK: Lots of gem releases coming monthly from various distributors. It really is hard work to keep track of all the stuff.
I'm trying though !
Things got a bit out of hand with my June package, mostly because it included several box-sets that got delayed the previous months.
Highlight of the package is without a doubt this truly fantastic Al Adamson box-set that includes no less than 32 (!) not-so-fantastic films from the 60s, 70s, and 80s, from biker-movies to horror, and from blaxploitation to softcore erotica, mostly ultra-cheap drive-in fare basically.