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  • Put that on the resume'.
    "The popcorn you're eating has been pissed in. Film at 11".

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    • Originally posted by Marshall Crist View Post
      Yeah, thanks for the info. It has a few "AKAs." I always think of it as "the other BURNING" because I believe FANGORIA briefly covered it under that title. Has a lot of titles for something that never really played anywhere.
      I have a couple of tape versions, on the cheap LD Video label as BURNED AT THE STAKE and in the PAL format as THE COMING from Replay Video. It's one of only 4 or 5 horror movies directed by Mr. B.I.G. that don't feature out-sized people/animals/things. I will definitely pick it up if it gets a release.
      VHS will never die!

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      • Coming to Blu-ray 3/8.

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        • Wasn't Code Red supposed to release Waterpower?

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          • Originally posted by enandalusiskhund View Post
            Wasn't Code Red supposed to release Waterpower?
            Yep!

            Another title coming soon...

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            • Coming 3/15/22.

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              • Coming March 29th from Code Red DVD and Kino Lorber Studio Classics !

                Dagmar's Hot Pants, Inc. (1971)

                • Brand New 2K Master
                • Theatrical Trailer (Newly Mastered in 2K)
                • Optional English Subtitles

                Color 95 Minutes 1.66:1 Rated R

                Scandinavian bombshell Diana Kjí¦r (Fanny Hill) is Dagmar, a classy call girl in Copenhagen. To Dagmar, pleasure is a business. And business is a pleasure. But after two years in the trade, she's ready to quit. Join Dagmar on the final day of her career as she visits various clients and female friends for one last hurrah. Also known as Dagmar & Co. and co-starring Robert Strauss (Stalag 17), Anne Grete (Without a Stitch), Inger Sundh (The Daughter: I, a Woman Part III) and Tommy Blom (The Seduction of Inga), Dagmar's Hot Pants, Inc. is a charming '70s sex comedy that's sure to satisfy!

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                • Originally posted by Ian Jane View Post
                  Coming March 29th from Code Red DVD and Kino Lorber Studio Classics !

                  Dagmar's Hot Pants, Inc. (1971)

                  • Brand New 2K Master
                  • Theatrical Trailer (Newly Mastered in 2K)
                  • Optional English Subtitles

                  Color 95 Minutes 1.66:1 Rated R

                  Scandinavian bombshell Diana Kjí¦r (Fanny Hill) is Dagmar, a classy call girl in Copenhagen. To Dagmar, pleasure is a business. And business is a pleasure. But after two years in the trade, she's ready to quit. Join Dagmar on the final day of her career as she visits various clients and female friends for one last hurrah. Also known as Dagmar & Co. and co-starring Robert Strauss (Stalag 17), Anne Grete (Without a Stitch), Inger Sundh (The Daughter: I, a Woman Part III) and Tommy Blom (The Seduction of Inga), Dagmar's Hot Pants, Inc. is a charming '70s sex comedy that's sure to satisfy!

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                  This looks fun, once I've unpacked my library I can look it up in that great book on Swedish sexploitation that was released a few years ago. If anyone has seen it let us know what you made of it.

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                  • Originally posted by Ian Jane View Post

                    Yep!

                    Another title coming soon...

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                    Some more info on this one:

                    Coming April 5th from Code Red DVD and Kino Lorber!
                    The Violent Breed (1984)

                    • Brand New 2K Master
                    • Theatrical Trailer
                    • Optional English Subtitles
                    Color 91 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated R

                    Danger and adventure are the business of The Violent Breed in this explosive action thriller from the maestro Fernando Di Leo, director of Caliber 9, The Italian Connection, The Boss and Shoot First, Die Later. Stone-faced CIA boss Kirk Cooper (Henry Silva, Almost Human) gets word of a renegade American working the world’s richest drug source, the Golden Triangle. It’s a billion-dollar business with Mafia connections on one side, and a Russian arms deal on the other. And it must be stopped. He sends Vietnam vet Mike Martin (Harrison Muller, She) into the jungles of Southeast Asia to eliminate the tough-as-nails kingpin, Polo (Woody Strode, The Professionals). It’s one man against an army of cutthroats in The Violent Breed a.k.a. Real Soulja, also starring Carole André (Face to Face) and Luigina Rocchi (Slave of the Cannibal God) with a rousing score by Paolo Rustichelli (The Dirty Seven).
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                    • Coming May 10th from Code Red & Kino Lorber!
                      SUNNYSIDE (1979)
                      • Brand New 2K Master
                      • NEW Interview with Actor Chris Mulkey
                      • Theatrical Trailer
                      • Optional English Subtitles
                      Color 100 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated R
                      New York City 1979. Every Jungle Needs a King. Joey Travolta (Oscar, Beverly Hills Cop III) makes his feature film debut as Nick Martin, a young tough guy from Sunnyside, Queens. He aspires to move his mother and two brothers to a better way of life, but he’s entangled in the politics of the street as the leader of the Nightcrawlers gang. When vendors at a local carnival swindle Sunnyside residents, the Nightcrawlers join forces with rival hooligans, the Warlocks and the Deathmakers, to rob the amusement park. But when violence erupts, Nick is forced to wage a turf war and choose between his family and the street. John Lansing (More American Graffiti), Stacey Pickren (Runaway Train), Andrew Rubin (Police Academy), Talia Balsam (TV’s Mad Men), Chris Mulkey (Twin Peaks), Jon Gries (Napoleon Dynamite), Peter Kwong (Big Trouble in Little China) and Michael Tucci (Grease) also star in this action-packed gangland drama from director Timothy Galfas (Black Fist, TV’s Night Gallery).

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                        • Bill commands armies of Nazi lowriders and now the undead by waving his soggy leg at them.
                          I'm bitter, I'm twisted, James Joyce is fucking my sister.

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                          • I don't frequent this thread -- it's more of a check in occasionally, and see what crazy shit Bill said/did lately, and ... I just cannot fathom how this man A) is able to successfully negotiate licensing, B) pay off creditors without continuous collection activity, or C) dress himself without cutting his throat while shaving or feed himself without accidentally eating the shit from the toilet...

                            I mean ... Fuck me running. It's astounding to me that this guy runs a business capable of staying solvent.

                            All that being said, it's got to be an act. Right? RIGHT?!?!

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                            • Originally posted by null View Post
                              I don't frequent this thread -- it's more of a check in occasionally, and see what crazy shit Bill said/did lately, and ... I just cannot fathom how this man A) is able to successfully negotiate licensing, B) pay off creditors without continuous collection activity, or C) dress himself without cutting his throat while shaving or feed himself without accidentally eating the shit from the toilet...

                              I mean ... Fuck me running. It's astounding to me that this guy runs a business capable of staying solvent.

                              All that being said, it's got to be an act. Right? RIGHT?!?!
                              He was heading for bankruptcy until that conman Demon Dave stepped in and started bilking Bill and his customers. Bill ran things in a way that made me question why he didn't just sell off the business, as he hates movies, hates the customers and would refuse to re-press things that sold to spite people for not buying some of the things that he released that nobody in their right minds would jump through the required hoops to buy for his prices. It just seemed like he kept going just to be miserable and make others miserable too.

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                              • For years he refused proper distribution and complained about selling 300 copies, but now Kino are putting out fucktonnes of his stuff. It must be a good arrangement for both of them as there's no sign of it slowing up. All those years he could have been doing this but I guess he's convinced that he's right because he once ran a video rental store and that qualifies him. The man has an incredible knowledge of these films and impressive contacts amongst the Z grade film makers, but he just makes it impossible to take him seriously. Sad to say.
                                I'm bitter, I'm twisted, James Joyce is fucking my sister.

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