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Old 02-15-2013, 07:29 PM   #21
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The Grey Fox (1982)

The Incident (1967)

The Lusty Men (1952)

The Mask of Dimitrios (1944) (coming this year)

The Beast with Five Fingers (1946)

The Devil's Disciple (1959)

The Big Sky (1952)

and many others.
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Old 02-15-2013, 07:34 PM   #22
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One of my favs from the 90s was a comedy called ANGUS. Someone said it was released on the WB store only, but I never checked. It was never given a wide release.
It was the final film of George C Scott and the first for James Van Der Beek!!!
That's a great movie. I love it too.
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Old 02-15-2013, 07:37 PM   #23
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One of my favs from the 90s was a comedy called ANGUS. Someone said it was released on the WB store only, but I never checked. It was never given a wide release.
It was the final film of George C Scott and the first for James Van Der Beek!!!
It was released by Warner Bros as part of the Warner Archive collection. Great film, and it deserves better, but at least it's on disc.
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Old 02-15-2013, 11:16 PM   #24
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James Joyce's Women (1985)

A Page of Madness (1927)

The Crowd (1928) -- only a grey market Chinese DVD exists

Greed (1924) -- on VOD only
"You might very well think that; I couldn't possibly comment."
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Old 02-16-2013, 01:59 PM   #25
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Yes, there are tons of them, especially in the horror genre. I still have a pretty healthy sized VHS collection.

Looking at my VHS shelf, here are various titles that never made it to disc (or at least in the US to my knowledge):
Summer Camp Nightmare
Blood Tracks
Eyes Of Fire
Goodnight, God Bless
Playroom
WitchTrap
The Mutilator
Night Angel
Edge Of The Axe
Slipping Into Darkness
Zombie High
Elves
HollowGate
Honeymoon Horror
Mom
The Borrower
House Of Death
Deadly Dreams
Twisted Nightmare
The Ladies Club
Hunter's Blood
Blood Games
Slaughterhouse Rock
Shallow Grave
Psycho Cop
Hide & Go Shriek
The Paperboy
Blood Salvage
Necromonicon: Book Of The Dead
Unmasked: Part 25
Berserker
Strays
The Forgotten One
Witchboard 2
MasterBlaster
Demon Wind
Trilogy Of Terror 2
Night Of The Scarecrow
To All A Goodnight
Silent Madness
Contagion
Spookies
Curfew
The Rejuvenator
The Outing
Dead Girls
Sweet Murder
Trick Or Treats
Sorority Girls And The Creature From Hell
The Night Brings Charlie
Remote Control
Night Of The Demons 3
Open House
Junior
Buried Alive
Hider In The House
House IV
The Supernaturals
976-EVIL 2
Beyond Darkness
Iced
Night Life
Phantom Of The Ritz
Ghost Dance
Rocktober Blood
Halloween Night
Last Dance
Bikini Island
Severed Ties
Skull: Night Of Terror
The Invisible Maniac
Storm
The Prey
The Deadly Intruder
Night Warning
Fatal Games
Whodunit
Return Of The Family Man
Possession: Until Death Do Us Part
The Slayer
Blood Frenzy
Home For The Holidays
Midnight Ride
Death Weekend



Plus, there are tons of TV movies that never even made it to VHS, let alone DVD.
Night of the Demons 3 is available on a double sided region free disc with Driller Killer under its European title "Demon House". I believe there is a single disc version as well though I'm not certain if that version is region free as I don't have it in my collection to test (though Amazon.co.uk says it is). The double feature version is pretty hard to come by but there are a few copies knocking about cheap on eBay.
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Old 02-16-2013, 02:29 PM   #26
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Eye of the Needle (1981)
Gorky Park (1983)
Clean and Sober (1988)

Eye of the Needle and Gorky Park were released together as a double feature in some bargain basement DVD release about 2 years ago, not widely available and very poor quality Im sure, the specs about the format werent even available.. both should have been treated far better as they are excellent films from the early 80s.

Clean and Sober only got a full screen release in the early days of DVD, another film deserving of a better release.

Eye of the Needle and Clean and Sober I still have on VHS hoping for the day they might get Blu Ray releases.. Gorky Park I havent seen since it first appeared on HBO/Cinemax.
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:30 AM   #27
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These are a few classics that never made it to DVD that i'm aware of and the only version that exist are the VHS or Criterion LD
Burn! (1969)
Parade (1974)
Evergreen (1934)
Three Cases Of Murder (1955)
City Of Hope (John Sayles) There is a HD version on amazon though
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Old 02-23-2013, 10:12 AM   #28
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One I've wanted for a long time is Cold Blooded with Jason Priestley. Very funny film.
My Criterion Collection

Please help me acquire these Scream Factory slips (in Mint condition):Cockneys Vs. Zombies, Sleepaway Camp, Cat People, Vincent Price Collection Vol. 1 Slipbox
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Old 02-23-2013, 11:11 AM   #29
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A vacation in Hell
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Old 02-27-2013, 05:35 AM   #30
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Me Want:

Going Ape! (1981) [Tony Danza & Danny Devito]
The Dirt Bike Kid (1985) [Peter Billingsley... Ralphie from A Christmas Story]
King of the Hill (1993) [Jesse Bradford]
Rad (1986)
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945) [I think it available on DVD boxset but I prefer single DVD release]

TV:

The Wonder Years
Freddy's Nightmare
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Old 02-27-2013, 06:02 AM   #31
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some will be lost forever if not updated to Dvd
Even though many VHS movies have not been released on DVD, the studios still have the masters stored in their vaults. Some of those unreleased movies, have been broadcast previously on satellite, and cable premium HD channels. I've recorded a few of them on my DVR.

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Old 02-27-2013, 06:09 AM   #32
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Old 02-27-2013, 05:01 PM   #33
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For the longest time, I have been wanting to see the uncut version of A Nightmare on Elm Street 5, Given that this is only available on old Laserdiscs (which I believe is quite rare nowadays) and pre-1999 VHS (in PAL territories), I took a chance on an Amazon UK listing. Today it arrived, and had a different cover than what was shown on Amazon.co.uk, and I thought this should be interesting.... Just checked, and it's uncut! How about that - sometimes it pays to take a gamble.

Version listed on Amazon I thought I was getting

Below is the one I got, which is the 1991 Fox release.

[Show spoiler]



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Old 03-03-2013, 09:53 PM   #34
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Witchboard 2 and Night Of The Scarecrow are coming out this year from Olive Films on DVD and Blu-ray.

I would love to see,

The Thunder Warrior Trilogy
2020 Texas Gladiators






Quote:
Originally Posted by HorrorBlu View Post
Yes, there are tons of them, especially in the horror genre. I still have a pretty healthy sized VHS collection.

Looking at my VHS shelf, here are various titles that never made it to disc (or at least in the US to my knowledge):
Summer Camp Nightmare
Blood Tracks
Eyes Of Fire
Goodnight, God Bless
Playroom
WitchTrap
The Mutilator
Night Angel
Edge Of The Axe
Slipping Into Darkness
Zombie High
Elves
HollowGate
Honeymoon Horror
Mom
The Borrower
House Of Death
Deadly Dreams
Twisted Nightmare
The Ladies Club
Hunter's Blood
Blood Games
Slaughterhouse Rock
Shallow Grave
Psycho Cop
Hide & Go Shriek
The Paperboy
Blood Salvage
Necromonicon: Book Of The Dead
Unmasked: Part 25
Berserker
Strays
The Forgotten One
Witchboard 2
MasterBlaster
Demon Wind
Trilogy Of Terror 2
Night Of The Scarecrow
To All A Goodnight
Silent Madness
Contagion
Spookies
Curfew
The Rejuvenator
The Outing
Dead Girls
Sweet Murder
Trick Or Treats
Sorority Girls And The Creature From Hell
The Night Brings Charlie
Remote Control
Night Of The Demons 3
Open House
Junior
Buried Alive
Hider In The House
House IV
The Supernaturals
976-EVIL 2
Beyond Darkness
Iced
Night Life
Phantom Of The Ritz
Ghost Dance
Rocktober Blood
Halloween Night
Last Dance
Bikini Island
Severed Ties
Skull: Night Of Terror
The Invisible Maniac
Storm
The Prey
The Deadly Intruder
Night Warning
Fatal Games
Whodunit
Return Of The Family Man
Possession: Until Death Do Us Part
The Slayer
Blood Frenzy
Home For The Holidays
Midnight Ride
Death Weekend



Plus, there are tons of TV movies that never even made it to VHS, let alone DVD.
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Old 03-08-2013, 08:27 AM   #35
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Last Summer-with Barbara Hershey, Richard Thomas, Bruce Davidson, and Catherine Burns (Oscar nominated performance). When first released it was rated X but was pulled from the theaters, edited and rereleased with a R rating. It was available on VHS but was the R cut. It shows up on TCM occasionally, again the R version. It's a Warner's title but they seem happy to sit on it. If they're not going to release it let Criterion give it a proper treatment. Hopefully the original cut still exists.
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Old 03-08-2013, 12:42 PM   #36
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The ones I can think of offhand that I am waiting for:

TAG: The Assassination Game (1982)
Remote Control (1988)
Heavenly Bodies (1984)
Summer Job (1989)
Dream Machine (1991)
Silk (1986)
Silk 2 (1989)
Nightflyers (1987)
Miracle Beach (1992)
Scream for Help (1984)
Highway to Hell (1991)
Hamburger The Motion Picture (1986)
Scavenger Hunt (1979)
No Place to Hide (1981)
Dream Trap (1990)
Short Time (1990)
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Old 03-08-2013, 12:59 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by HorrorBlu View Post
Yes, there are tons of them, especially in the horror genre. I still have a pretty healthy sized VHS collection.

Looking at my VHS shelf, here are various titles that never made it to disc (or at least in the US to my knowledge):
Summer Camp Nightmare
Blood Tracks
Eyes Of Fire
Goodnight, God Bless
Playroom
WitchTrap
The Mutilator
Night Angel
Edge Of The Axe
Slipping Into Darkness
Zombie High
Elves
HollowGate
Honeymoon Horror
Mom
The Borrower
House Of Death
Deadly Dreams
Twisted Nightmare
The Ladies Club
Hunter's Blood
Blood Games
Slaughterhouse Rock
Shallow Grave
Psycho Cop
Hide & Go Shriek
The Paperboy
Blood Salvage
Necromonicon: Book Of The Dead
Unmasked: Part 25
Berserker
Strays
The Forgotten One
Witchboard 2
MasterBlaster
Demon Wind
Trilogy Of Terror 2
Night Of The Scarecrow
To All A Goodnight
Silent Madness
Contagion
Spookies
Curfew
The Rejuvenator
The Outing
Dead Girls
Sweet Murder
Trick Or Treats
Sorority Girls And The Creature From Hell
The Night Brings Charlie
Remote Control
Night Of The Demons 3
Open House
Junior
Buried Alive
Hider In The House
House IV
The Supernaturals
976-EVIL 2
Beyond Darkness
Iced
Night Life
Phantom Of The Ritz
Ghost Dance
Rocktober Blood
Halloween Night
Last Dance
Bikini Island
Severed Ties
Skull: Night Of Terror
The Invisible Maniac
Storm
The Prey
The Deadly Intruder
Night Warning
Fatal Games
Whodunit
Return Of The Family Man
Possession: Until Death Do Us Part
The Slayer
Blood Frenzy
Home For The Holidays
Midnight Ride
Death Weekend



Plus, there are tons of TV movies that never even made it to VHS, let alone DVD.
There's hundreds more.

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Old 03-08-2013, 01:16 PM   #38
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There's still a lot.

Hamburger: The Motion Picture
American Ninja
The Stuff
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Old 03-08-2013, 01:50 PM   #39
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I am actually surprised that there are so many movies that haven't been released yet. look at all the low budget western, film noir, etc collections that are being sold in stores - 10 movies on 5 dvds for $15 type of thing. suprised studios don't just do the same thing and sell an 80's action pack, 80's horror set, etc. if they did it for a decent price, the transfer doesn't have to be fantastic and you don't need much if anything for extras.
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There's still a lot.

Hamburger: The Motion Picture
American Ninja
The Stuff
Um, American Ninja and The Stuff are on DVD.
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