DVD Haul

Discussion in 'General Film Discussion' started by mordy, Jan 6, 2002.

  1. dask

    dask dark and stormy knight

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    Thanks for the link. Just reposted my haul where it should be.
     
  2. Jaxx

    Jaxx Present

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    Mad Max trilogy, Peaky Blinders boxed sets (Historical, so so good).

    Also, The Walking Dead season 1-5 currently on season 2 started season one this morning and aiming to finish the lot this weekend. Wish me luck.
     
  3. Vince W

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    I love Tampopo and it was finally available at a reasonable price. Mr. Baseball is just one of those films I like that no one else seems to.
     
  4. dask

    dask dark and stormy knight

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    Star Wars: The Force Awakens
     
  6. Victoria Silverwolf

    Victoria Silverwolf Vegetarian Werewolf

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    Got a bunch of stuff in the mail. Complete Star Trek (original series, to replace our previous set; the visual quality seems much better); complete The Wild, Wild West; Abar, the First Black Superman (seems to be an insane blaxploitation flick); Fitzwilly (Dick van Dyke comedy); The Fearless Vampire Hunters, or, Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck (Roman Polanski's horror comedy); Within Our Gates (early, silent African-American drama); The Seventh Sin (Eleanor Parker drama, from the Somerset Maugham novel The Painted Veil); a collection of early TV appearances by James Dean.
     
  7. J Riff

    J Riff The Ants are my friends..

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    I found a raft of modren movies, but traded them off for a few books, like 5000 popsongs and rubbish bios of popstars. These can sit in the bathroom and slowly get wet from the steam and it won't matter.
     
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    The Expanse, Humans and Childhood's End.
     
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    Foxbat None The Wiser

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    Fog And Crimes Season One.
    I've heard good things about this Italian detective series so now I just need to find the time to watch it.
     
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    Killjoys series 1.

    Orphan Black series 2 (Need to pick up series 1 now.)
     
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    Rick and Morty Seasons 1 and 2. Worth every penny. I can't wait for Season 3 to begin.
     
  12. Rodders

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    Ive been trying to pick up SF films that aren't too mainstream and that take me out of my viewing norms. I just got Maggie, Europa Report and something called Love, which looks very interesting.
     
  13. J-Sun

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    That's one of my favorite movies of the last few years (based on a single viewing - need to watch it again). It might be slow to some, and the intentionally glitchy "found footage" style was initially off-putting even to me but it eases up after awhile and I got into it and thought it was great overall. Deserves to be much better known. Maybe it'll become a "cult classic" someday?
     
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    Dark Matter, Series two
    Z Nation, series two
    Lucifer, series 1
    Preacher, series 1.
     
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    The End
    Debug
    The Anomoly.

    All on Blu Ray.
     
  17. HanaBi

    HanaBi Is it Safe?

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    Am a big fan of Japanese actor/director, Takeshi Kitano, and have had the great pleasure of watching nearly all of his films over the last 20 years or so.

    But now a handful are coming through as BluRay releases, so couldn't resist buying what I would consider some of his best work:-

    Zatoichi
    Outage / Beyond Outrage
    Battle Royale
    Kikurijiro
    A Scene By The Sea
    Dolls

    and of course, Hanabi!

    Not a cheap option, but quite frankly I don't care, because the end result of all these films is superb!
     
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    Picked up a film called The Butler, starring Forest Whittaker, in poundland
     
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    Japanese noodle, lol
     
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