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  • #31
    Just won this book off eBay, "Fantasy Film Memory Presents: Directed By Lucio Fulci", alongside the other three volumes of FFM; "Shockers: Cannibal Holocaust", "Shockers: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1 & 2" and "Directed By Dario Argento". These had an extremely limited run in France, and were published with full English text. Cardstock cover, glossy pages, tons of photos...check 'em out:

    Last edited by thomasjarvis; 11-17-2008, 11:38 AM.
    "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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    • #32
      Originally posted by feral cat
      ... waht about The Senator Likes Women?

      ... Fucli and nunsploitation comedy
      Actually, that was already on my list under its alternate title, "The Eroticist". But thank you for reminding me of it's other title, I added it as well as the link to the official Italian language release from Dagored Films, on Amazon.

      http://ispitonyourmovie.com/index.php?id=13

      'All’onorevole piacciono le donne' (Nonostante le apparenze… e purché la nazione non lo sappia)
      'All’onorevole piacciono le donne' (short title)
      'The Eroticist'
      'The Senator Likes Women… Despite Appearances and Provided the Nation Doesn’t Know'

      Italian senator Gianni Puppis is on the verge of being elected President, but he has a problem. The senator has just found out “He likes women”. After years of steadfastly dedication himself to his political career and abstaining from the pleasures of the flesh, senator Puppis’s carnal urges are erupting uncontrollably. After being caught on film squeezing the bottom of a visiting female dignitary Puppis finds himself the victim of blackmail. The problem is until now Puppis had no idea he was doing these things, but once his obsession with the female posterior is revealed to him the bouts of ass squeezing come at more regular intervals. Senator Puppies has no choice but to get help for his affliction and with the election coming up he needs it fast. Luckily a Dominican monk who runs a nunnery in the countryside believes he can help, but is it really such a good idea to put the rear end obsessed Senator in a nunnery with 21 beautiful young nuns?

      Once at the nunnery Puppis finds his “Sickness” in full swing and it’s not long before he sleepwalks his way into the bedrooms of all 21 nuns. Returning home he believes himself cured and he better be because he is the puppet of a power mad Catholic bishop he will stop at nothing to see his man win the election. Unfortunately for Puppis and the Bishop there are a lot of beautiful asses to be squeezed in Italy and Puppis is far from cured.

      “We’re fucked”
      “He’s not cured! He’s worse than ever!”
      “This means Giacinto doesn’t just touch clothed asses anymore!”
      “Now he wants more!”
      “He wants naked asses!”

      The Senator Likes Women is directed and co-written by nun other than Italian cult favourite director Lucio Fulci (The House by the Cemetery, The Beyond, Warriors of the Year 2072, Contraband, Conquest). Fulci is generally thought of as a pulp director, even a hack by some and is certainly most famous for his horror and gore than any of his other works. How ever with a directorial career spanning over 30 years and having worked in the industry Fulci turned his hand to quite a few genres and The senator likes women finds him directing a farcical political satire come sex comedy. While much of Fulci’s back catalogue has long been plundered by “for the fans, by the fans” DVD labels, their constant pledge to bring weird and interesting films to the DVD market rarely see’s them get past the predictable sex and violence. So props must be given to Degored films for taking the step to release this little gem. Here we have a film the likes of which most cult and film fans in general will not have seen before.

      The music is very, very cool in places with the track that plays every time Puppis looses it and starts needing to grab an ass being a must own for me. Fulci direction is pretty good here and the weird shots and old school special effects are just brilliant. The softly exploitative dream sequence with Senator Puppis grabbing the naked asses of a line of nuns is just fantastic and need to be seen.

      “Last night, you dishonoured my entire convent!
      You used my nuns to quench your beastly instincts!
      You dared to defile twenty-one immaculate bodies!”

      The Senator Likes Women takes several elements and blends them together. It can be seen as and works very well as a Rush Myer esque / Carry on films, type sex comedy with a happy does of female full frontal nudity. How ever there is more to it than that it also takes aim at the Italian establishment of the early seventies with the government, the Catholic Church and organised crime in the firing line. Not happy with blending both these elements Fulci then throws in a dash of Nunsploitation, a large dose of weird and just a touch of his patented horror.

      Italian funny man Lando Buzzanca (For a Few Dollars Less, Monte Carlo or Bust, Dracula in the Provinces), gives a wonderful comic performance as Senator Puppis, reminding me at times of British comedy legend Peter Sellers for some reason. The rest of the cast is suitably fun all giving slightly hammed up performances.

      Maybe not a film for Fulci horror fans, but for those who like comedy exploitation this is great fun and genuinely funny in places.

      … The kind of movie that makes you want to go out and grab a nun yourself! 7/10

      --ispitonyourmovie.com
      Last edited by thomasjarvis; 03-20-2006, 07:08 AM.
      "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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      • #33
        Originally posted by thomasjarvis
        Yea, I wish Grindhouse would hurry up with that one already. Amazon still has a placeholder for it's eventual DVD release. In the meantime, there always the Grindhouse laserdisc release, various import DVDs, as well as the non-comercial releases from Fleshwound, etc.
        I just want a great release of this. I have a bootleg already, and it is my favorite Fulci movie by far. Damn is it funny. But anyway, I would love the heads up on when it gets released, so I will keep checking back. Thanks for the thread yet again.
        argueing is a waste of fucking life!
        The Ultimate BD Quote Thread

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        • #34
          Originally posted by thomasjarvis
          Yea, I wish Grindhouse would hurry up with that one already. Amazon still has a placeholder for it's eventual DVD release. In the meantime, there always the Grindhouse laserdisc release, various import DVDs, as well as the non-comercial releases from Fleshwound, etc.
          As for imports, there's always the region 2 release.. full screen though.

          http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/...720593-2692700
          Last edited by Count Dragula; 03-20-2006, 07:03 PM.
          Infini-Tropolis.com

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          • #35
            Originally posted by mrbishop77
            I just want a great release of this. I have a bootleg already, and it is my favorite Fulci movie by far. Damn is it funny. But anyway, I would love the heads up on when it gets released, so I will keep checking back. Thanks for the thread yet again.
            The commercially released laserdisc (from Boxoffice Spectaculars in conjunction with Grindhouse Releasing) for 'Cat in the Brain' reportedly boasts a decent remastered and widescreen transfer, from what I underdstand; as well as a few cool supplemental materials. Of course, you'd have to have a laserdisc player in order to watch it. Or know somebody who could convert it to DVD-R.

            The laserdisc is out of print, but you can usually find it online. Here's a currant eBay auction:
            http://cgi.ebay.com/CAT-IN-THE-BRAIN...QQcmdZViewItem

            Here's some info and pics from an online review of the laser:
            http://horrordvds.com/reviews/a-m/citb-ld/

            This is the one of the last complete films from Fulci, so it's good to see his final work, as well as any scenes he'd been meaning to use, even if it's all just thrown together like in Cat in the Brain. Fans have been wanting to see this released for a while, especially after the extremely gory trailer was added as a hidden feature on Anchor Bay/Grindhouse's release of The Beyond. Believe it or not folks, the movie is even gorier than the trailer! No trailer could even hint about how much blood and dismemberment there is in this movie.

            There have been rumors upon rumors of the DVD release of Cat in the Brain. I'm quite sure it will be available on DVD at some point (and will probably look even better than this LD), but who knows when that day will come? If you have a laserdisc player and you're a Fulci fan, you'll definitely want to search for a copy of this disc. It's not terribly hard to find (I found one less than a month ago, significantly below the original $50 list price), and there's one bonus that will not be on the DVD. More on that later…

            Image Quality
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            Since this film contains scenes shot from various times, the picture here is of various quality. The presentation is approximately 1.66:1, although the closing credits seemed a little trimmed on the sides. Generally, the image is pretty good, a bit grainy and soft at times, and with a few scratches here and there. It's not up to par with Anchor Bay's recent Fulci DVD releases, but it's also miles above EC's older Fulci laserdiscs. Thus, it falls somewhere in the middle on the Fulci scale (If there even IS a Fulci scale).

            Sound
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            In a nice touch, both the English and Italian soundtracks were included. However, no subtitles are available, so if you choose the Italian soundtrack, you'd better know the language (like the goofball at the convention in the supplemental section). Neither soundtrack is particularly good. I found the Italian seemed a little clearer than the English, but I don't speak Italian so I'm stuck with the somewhat muddy English track. Those who choose the Italian language should know that the final two chapters have no sound (they were not included in the Italian release). Also, the levels never seemed consistent throughout the film, so I was constantly adjusting the volume. Here's something that could definitely be improved for any future DVD releases.

            Supplemental Material
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            For a single disc movie, there are a fair number of extra features included. First, you get the notorious trailer, same as the one on The Beyond DVD. Then there is a series of several stills from the movie, artwork, promotional material, Fulci VHS and laserdisc releases, and autographed material. Unfortunately, this is a CLV (Constant Linear Velocity) disc, so most players won't let you pause on a certain frame very well. Make sure you have your jog/shuttle handy, 'cause you will definitely want to see some of this material a bit slower than how it's presented here.

            The final supplement is final in more ways than one. It's a video clip of Lucio Fulci taking questions from the fans at the 1996 Fangoria Weekend of Horrors. The quality here is pretty bad (often you can't hear the fans' questions), but who could have known that Fulci had little more than two months to live? Still, it's a highly interesting segment, lasting just over 20 minutes with the Italian gore-meister taking several fans' questions. Like any convention, some people ask pretty interesting stuff, others choose to waste the time with inane inquiries. Most interesting was when Fulci made some playfully negative comments about fellow director Dario Argento, and some less playfully negative remarks about Wes Craven. Finally, I was happy to find that Fulci's favorite film from his work is my favorite of his as well. Of course, you'll have to find a way to watch this interview to find out just what movie that is.

            Final Thoughts
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            While the DVD is held up indefinitely, fans of the Italian gore-master should seek out this laserdisc. It's uncut, looks pretty good, has a nice wealth of supplements, and includes a poster no Fulci fan should be without.

            Technical Info
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            Box Office Spectaculars
            LD Released 8-17-1999
            MSRP $49.99
            Running Time - 1 hour 33 minutes
            Color
            NTSC
            Not Rated
            Widescreen 1.66:1
            1 Disc
            55 Chapter Stops
            Stereo English
            Mono Italian
            LD Status - OUT OF PRINT

            Supplements
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            Theatrical Trailer
            Stills Gallery
            Fulci live on stage at Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors, January 6, 1996.




            Last edited by thomasjarvis; 03-21-2006, 04:55 AM.
            "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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            • #36
              Chalk up another awesome painted cover by the Italians. Great find!
              "I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other."

              - Frankenstein's Monster.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Severn
                Great find!
                Thanks.

                If I didn't already have one, I'd purchase a laser disc player just to view that damn disc, anamorphic widesrcreen with exclusive extras...One can often find laserdisc players online for cheap, sometimes under $50)...You still around, Mr. Bishop77?
                Last edited by thomasjarvis; 03-29-2006, 03:23 PM.
                "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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                • #38
                  ASSORTED FULCI SHIRTS
                  -----------------------------------------------------------------


                  'The Beyond' Fulci shirt #1 (Grindhouse cover art)
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...hirt-p-10.html




                  'The Beyond' Fulci shirt #2 (European Video Art in full color)
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...hirt-p-11.html




                  'The Beyond' Fulci shirt #3 (Foreign Poster Art)
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...irt-p-757.html




                  'The Beyond' Fulci shirt #4 (French Poster Art)
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...irt-p-758.html




                  'The Beyond' Fulci shirt #5
                  ("7 Doors of Death" VHS release)
                  http://www.rottencotton.com/index.htm
                  (go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" page 1)
                  (Rotton Cotton item #10127)




                  The Beyond' Fulci #6 (European Video Art in b&w)
                  http://www.rottencotton.com/index.htm
                  (go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" Page 2)
                  (Rotton Cotton Item #1006)




                  'The Beyond' Fulci shirt #7
                  http://www.rottencotton.com/index2.htm
                  (go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" Page 2)
                  (Rotton Cotton Item #301)




                  'City of the Living Dead shirt #1
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...hirt-p-34.html




                  'Gates of Hell' shirt #1
                  http://www.rottencotton.com/index2.htm
                  go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" Page 3)
                  (Rotten Cotten Item #98 "Gates of Hell B")




                  'Gates of Hell' shirt #2
                  http://www.rottencotton.com/index2.htm
                  (go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" Page 2)
                  (Rotten Cotton Item #235)



                  'Gates of Hell' shirt #3 (domestic poster art in full color)
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...irt-p-764.html




                  'Eye of the Evil Dead' shirt #1 (alternate poster art for 'Manhattan Baby')
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...irt-p-771.html




                  'House By the Cemetery' shirt version #0
                  http://www.rottencotton.com/index2.htm
                  (go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" Page 2)
                  (Rotten Cotten Item #43)




                  'House By the Cemetery' shirt version #1
                  http://www.rottencotton.com/index2.htm
                  (go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" Page 2)
                  (Rotten Cotton Item #1002)




                  'House By the Cemetery' shirt version #4
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...rt-p-1564.html




                  'New York Ripper' shirt #1 (Italian Poster Art)
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...rt-p-1454.html




                  'New York Ripper' shirt #2 (French Poster Art)
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...hirt-p-77.html




                  'Nightmare Concert' shirt #1
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...rt-p-1567.html


                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                  LUCIO FULCI'S 'ZOMBIE' MOVIE SHIRTS
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                  'Zombie' shirt "We Are Going To Eat You" (color poster on black shirt) Price $14.75
                  http://www.angryyoungandpoor.com/sto...idcategory=359


                  'Zombie' shirt "We Are Going To Eat You" (color poster w/ red border on black shirt)
                  http://www.lixonline.com/new_page_28.htm




                  'Zombie' shirt #2 (saturated poster art with simplified color log, minus tagline)
                  http://www.fright-rags.com/index.php...roducts_id=163




                  'Zombie' shirt #3 (B&W Distressed Design) on black fitted shirt
                  Price $16.00
                  http://www.angryyoungandpoor.com/sto...idcategory=359




                  'Zombie' shirt #4 "City Scene" on black shirt (Sale price $11)
                  http://www.angryyoungandpoor.com/sto...idcategory=359




                  'Zombie' shirt #5 "The Dead Are Among Us" (sepia photograph on $14.75 black shirt)
                  http://www.angryyoungandpoor.com/sto...idcategory=359





                  'Zombi' shirt #1 (color 'Crowd 0f Corpses' painted art) $18.95
                  http://www.fright-rags.com/index.php...index&cPath=12




                  "Zombie VS Shark" (color painted art) $16.95]
                  http://www.fright-rags.com/index.php...roducts_id=215




                  'Zombie Flesh Eaters' shirt #1 (UK VHS Art)
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...irt-p-133.html




                  'Zombie Flesh Eaters' shirt #2 "Island of the Living Dead"
                  http://www.rabbitinred.co.uk/catalog...rt-p-1588.html




                  'Zombie' "We Are Going To Eat You" B&W Art Version (w/ red logo)
                  url]http://www.rottencotton.com/index2.htm[/url]
                  (go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" Page 1)




                  'Zombie' Movie Logo shirt (B&W Art Print)
                  http://www.rottencotton.com/index2.htm
                  (go to "Horror, Cult and Exploitation" Page 1)


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                  RETIRED T-SHIRT DESIGNS
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                  1) 'House By the Cemetery' LixOnline Version #2 (retired)
                  http://www.lixonline.com/retired_designs.htm




                  2) 'House By the Cemetery' LixOnline Version #3 (retired)
                  http://www.lixonline.com/retired_designs.htm




                  3) 'New York Ripper' Shirt #0
                  http://www.lixonline.com/new_york_ripper.htm

                  Last edited by thomasjarvis; 09-24-2009, 05:12 PM.
                  "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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                  • #39
                    "Fulci Lives" Art Print T-shirt
                    http://www.rottencotton.com/index3.htm
                    (Rotten Cotton Item #306 "Fulci Lives")

                    Last edited by thomasjarvis; 09-24-2009, 05:16 PM.
                    "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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                    • #40
                      I'm surprised we haven't heard anything about this recently, but a 2 disk NTSC special edition of Murder Rock is coming out on DVD next week.

                      http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...v=glance&n=130

                      Has anyone seen this?

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by BloodBath&Beyond
                        I'm surprised we haven't heard anything about this recently, but a 2 disk NTSC special edition of Murder Rock is coming out on DVD next week.

                        http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...v=glance&n=130

                        Has anyone seen this?
                        I didn't know about it. Thanks! I updated the list on page 1 accordingly.
                        Happy to see this thread brought back from the dead!
                        "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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                        • #42
                          Updated first page of the thread to include all DVD cover art:


                          Originally posted by thomasjarvis

                          This thread is intended to be the ultimate Lucio Fulci information and discussion thread.
                          For those who can appreciate the unorthodox yet highly entertaining cinematic stylings of this verstile and prolific Italian filmmaker, this thread is for you.

                          The Master of Italian Exploitation Cinema, or as he is most commonly refered to by friends and those admire his accomplishments within the industry; "the Maestro". I'll get things started with the following comprehensive list, complete with links, of his films on DVD amd will follow that up a list of the literary studies of his films as well as two comic book adaptations:


                          'Lucio Fulci's Massacre Time'
                          (aka 'The Brute and the Beast' 1966, genre: western)
                          DVD Label: Luminous Film and Video Wurks
                          http://www.lfvw.com/massacre_time.html




                          'One On Top of the Other'
                          (1969, genre: drama/mystery)
                          DVD Label: Luminous Film and Video Wurks
                          http://www.lfvw.com/one_on_top_other.html




                          'Beatrice Cenci'
                          (aka 'The Concpiracy of Torture', 1969, genre: drama)
                          DVD Label: CineBizarre
                          http://www.cinebizarre.com/dir_fulci.asp


                          'A Bullet For Sandoval' (aka 'Those Desperate Men Who Smell of Dirt and Death',
                          1969, genre: western)
                          DVD label: VC/FFI
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...n=130&v=glance




                          'Lizard In A Woman's Skin'
                          (aka 'Schizoid', 1971, genre: horror/mystery/thriller)
                          DVD label: Media Blasters
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20




                          'The Eroticist' (aka 'The Senator Likes Women… Despite Appearances and Provided the Nation Doesn’t Know', 1971/72, genre: comedy)
                          DVD label: CineBizaare, Dagored Films

                          http://ispitonyourmovie.com/index.php?id=13

                          http://www.cinebizarre.com/dir_fulci.asp

                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...-8055356?n=130


                          'Don't Torture A Duckling'
                          (aka 'Fanatismo', 1972, genre: crime, mystery, horror, thriller)
                          DVD label: Anchor Bay Entertainment
                          http://www.anchorbayentertainment.co...103&PriCatID=3
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/630...ockingimage-20




                          'White Fang'
                          (1973, genre: adventure/family/drama)
                          DVD label: none


                          'The Return of White Fang'
                          (1974, genre: adeventure,/family/drama)
                          DVD label: none


                          'Four of the Apocalypse' (1975, genre: western)
                          DVD Label: Anchor Bay Entertainment
                          http://www.anchorbayentertainment.co...955&PriCatID=4
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20




                          'Young Dracula'
                          (aka 'Dracula In the Provinces', 1975, genre: comedy)
                          DVD Labels: DCS Video Screams (letterboxed),
                          Horror Theater Entertainment
                          http://www.videoscreams.com/FulciIndex.htm




                          'Seven Notes In Black' (aka 'The Psychic', aka 'Murder to the Tune of the
                          Seven Black Notes', 1977, genre: horror/mystery)
                          DVD label: Spazmondo
                          http://www.hkflix.com/xq/asp/filmID....qx/details.htm




                          'Silver Saddle' (aka 'The Man In the Silver Saddle' aka "They Died With Their Boots On',
                          1978, genre: western)
                          DVD labels: Luminous Film and Video Wurks, Fantastic Film, ObscuraDVD
                          http://www.ares-server.com/Ares/Ares...ShipWeight=.25
                          http://www.geocities.com/fantasticfi...#Lucio%20Fulci
                          http://stores.ebay.com/ObscuraDVD_Eu...QQftidZ2QQtZkm


                          'Zombi 2' 25th Anniversary Edtion 2-Disc Set
                          (aka 'Zombie', aka 'Zombie Flesh Eaters',
                          genre: horror, 1979) DVD label: Media Blasters
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20








                          'Contraband' (aka 'The Smuggler', 1980, thriller/crime)
                          DVD label: Blue Underground (Totally Uncut and Uncensored!)
                          http://www.blue-underground.com/movie.php?movie_id=16
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20



                          'The Gates of Hell' (aka 'City of the Living Dead' , 1980)
                          DVD label: Anchor Bay Entertainment
                          http://www.anchorbayentertainment.co...104&PriCatID=3
                          http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...050473-8055356




                          'The Black Cat' (1981, horror, mystery)
                          DVD label: Anchor Bay Entertainment
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20
                          http://www.anchorbayentertainment.co...637&PriCatID=3




                          'The Beyond'
                          (aka '7 Doors of Death', aka 'And You Will Live In Terror: The Afterlife', 1981,genre: horror)
                          DVD label: Anchor Bay Entertainment, out of print, still available through Amazon
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/630...ockingimage-20








                          'House By the Cemetery' (aka 'Zombie Hell House', 1981, horror)
                          DVD label: Anchor Bay Entertainment
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20
                          http://www.anchorbayentertainment.co...530&PriCatID=3






                          'The New York Ripper' (1982, crime/thriller/horror/mystery)
                          DVD label: Anchor Bay Entertainment
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20
                          http://www.anchorbayentertainment.co...897&PriCatID=3




                          'Manhattan Baby' (1982, horror/thriller/drama)
                          DVD label: Anchor Bay Entertainment
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20
                          http://www.anchorbayentertainment.co...842&PriCatID=3




                          'Conquest' (1983, action/adventure/fantasy)
                          DVD label: Blue Underground
                          http://www.blue-underground.com/movie.php?movie_id=56
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20




                          'The New Gladiators' (aka 'Rome 2072 A.D., aka 'Warriors of the Year 2072', 1984, sci-fi/action)
                          DVD label: Troma
                          https://buy.tromamovies.com/advanced...New+Gladiators
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20




                          'Slashdance' (aka 'Murder Rock' aka 'Dancing Death' aka 'The Demon Is Loose', 1984, genre: thriller/mystery)
                          DVD labels: Shriek Show/Media Blasters, Xploited Cinema, Revok
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...v=glance&n=130
                          http://www.xploitedcinema.com/dvds/dvds.asp?title=4845
                          http://www.revok.com/searchall.php?s...=8&Search.y=11




                          'The Devil's Honey' (aka 'Dangerous Obsession' aka 'Divine Obsession' 1986, genre: thriller)
                          DVD label: Luminous Film and Video Wurks
                          http://www.lfvw.com/devils_honey.html



                          'Aenigma' (1987, horror)
                          DVD label: Image Entertainment
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20
                          http://www.image-entertainment.com/d...roductID=10918




                          'When Alice Broke the Mirror' (aka 'Touch of Death' , 1988, horror/splatter-comedy)
                          DVD label: Media Blasters
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...s=dvd&v=glance



                          'Sodoma's Ghost' (aka 'The Ghosts of Sodom' 1988, horror)
                          DVD label: EC, Fat Spy Films VHS label: Midnight Video
                          http://www.moviesunlimited.com/musit...p?sku=D74451++
                          http://www.fatspy.dk/store/sodomas-ghost-p-112.html
                          http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZharbinger1976QQhtZ-1
                          *The Region 0 EC release of this film appears to be one of the only versions which is both uncut and has an English audio track*






                          'The Sweet House of Horrors' (1989, made for TV, horror)
                          DVD label: Media Blasters
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20




                          'The House of Clocks' (1989, made for TV)
                          DVD label: Media Blasters
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20




                          'A Cat In the Brain' (aka 'Nightmare Concert', 1990, horror)
                          DVD labels: Grindhouse/Image Entertainment (not yet released, release date unknown), Screen Entertainment (Region 0, PAL European release)
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=UTF8&v=glance
                          http://www.xploitedcinema.com/dvds/dvds.asp?title=408
                          Alternate DVD labels:
                          Luminous Film and Video Wurks
                          http://www.lfvw.com/nightmare_concert.html
                          Flesh Wound Video
                          http://www.fleshwoundvideo.com/C.html
                          (best just to waite for the domestic Grindhouse/Image DVD release, as it is supposed to blow away all previous versions)




                          'Demonia' (aka 'Liza', 1990, horror)
                          DVD label: Media Blasters
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ockingimage-20




                          'Voices From Beyond' (aka 'Voices From the Deep' 1991)
                          DVD Label: Media Blasters
                          http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...v=glance&n=130
                          http://www.image-entertainment.com/d...roductID=10844




                          'Door Into Silence' (aka 'The Doors To Silence', aka 'Door To Silence', 1991, thriller)
                          DVD label: FleshWoundVideo (no official/authorized release as of yet)
                          http://www.fleshwoundvideo.com/D.html
                          Last edited by thomasjarvis; 07-05-2006, 03:26 AM.
                          "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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                          • #43
                            Awesome addition, thanks! A great thread made even greater. I like the art for Sodoma's Ghost... I haven't seen that one yet, but it looks a bit difficult to track down.

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                            • #44
                              wow, nice work dude. I haven't seen much before "Don't torture.." and after "Manhattan baby", but i've caught everything in between (as i'm sure most have). I've enjoyed them all, except M. Baby, that one was a heretic it was so awful
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by BloodBath&Beyond
                                Awesome addition, thanks!
                                Why you are most welcome, friend!

                                Originally posted by BloodBath&Beyond
                                I like the art for Sodoma's Ghost...
                                I do too. I actually like both renditions, not sure which one I prefer, they're each pretty nifty in their own ways...

                                Originally posted by BloodBath&Beyond
                                I haven't seen that one yet, but it looks a bit difficult to track down
                                Yea, it definitely is. I'd say the best route to go would be to use the eBay link I provided and snagg a copy from harbinger76, he's a reliable and honest seller.

                                Originally posted by Paradis v.1
                                wow, nice work dude.
                                Thanks.

                                Originally posted by Paradis v.1
                                I haven't seen much before "Don't torture.." and after "Manhattan baby",
                                Neither have, but I definitely plan on doing so in the future

                                Originally posted by Paradis v.1
                                I've enjoyed them all, except M. Baby, that one was a heretic it was so awful
                                Yea, that one was pretty bad. I still had fun watching it though, in a "so bad it's actually entertaining" kinda way. It had enough trademark Fulci WTF moments to redeem the price of the VHS rental in my eyes.
                                Last edited by thomasjarvis; 07-05-2006, 03:50 AM.
                                "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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