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  1. Death Valley - The Revenge of Bloody Bill

    11/12/08 23:42:29 | 0 Comments

    Year: 2004 Listed Run Time: 88 minutes Actual Run Time: 82 Minutes. Cast: Chelsea Jean, Denise Boutte, Jeremy Bouvet, Gregory Bastien, Matt Marraccini, Kandis Erickson. Director: Byron Werner. MPAA Rating: R DVD Features: Full Screen Behind the Scenes ...
  2. 30 Days of Night

    10/03/08 14:39:00 | 0 Comments

  3. Collector's Video, Subtitles, and Tales of Voodoo!

    06/09/08 16:41:00 | 0 Comments

    Two things brought about this most recent article. First, a e-mail from VSoM (more later if you don't know who they are). Second, a sighting at BB of a box set of the 5 Tales of Voodoo DVDs. DVDs that I've heard nothing but terrible things about. We're talking DVDs reported to have VHS glitches, and not just tracking issues, but moments where the video goes to blue screen! Never one to let the opportunity for a good rant go to waste I set to typing....
  4. A RED DAWN REDUX?

    05/20/08 04:32:03 | 0 Comments

    If there was ever any doubt that Hollywood has become a great big Xerox machine left on auto then the fact rumors coming out of Cannes about a re-make of RED DAWN being considered should be proof positive. Then if you're reading this blog you already knew that. Alas, according to a blurb here, RED DAWN and ROBOCOP have been added to the long list of...
  5. What's news in the world of sci-fi?

    04/21/08 04:36:46 | 0 Comments

    Somewhere in the world brand new DVDs of Beast in Space are playing to shocked and awed audiences. Alas as my local Borders only stocked a copy of Caligula: The Imperial Edition earlier this month (and only a single copy at that) I somehow doubt I'll be seeing it any time soon. In the meantime there's quite a few interesting items to look forward to while waiting to see if any of the local brick and mortar stores actually decide to stock it. For instance. . According to