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Old 04-25-2015, 10:34 PM   #4181
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Yup, it's the Subkuktur at Diabolik (only BD release thus far). You can read more about it here. If interested I suggest not waiting too long, because Diabolik listed their massive stock of 50 units less than 24 hours ago and it's already down to 20.
I picked it up, now down to 8.
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Is there any chance of Scorpion releasing another Australian title on DVD and/or Blu-ray, a thriller called Coda? Also, is there any update on The Haunting of Morella and The Rain Killer?
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I picked it up, now down to 8.
I'm just concerned its not a bonafide region free release. I've looked everywhere to see if it's truly region free and I'm not seeing anything that supports DiabolikDVD's listing. I would totally support Scorpion's release either way (one of the few films that truly stuck with me in my cinephile early days).
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I picked it up, now down to 8.
down to the last one. I just bought second to last copy
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As the Facebook commenters have suggested, Spellbinder seems to be the probable answer.
I truly hope it is spellbinder, love that movie!
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I'm just concerned its not a bonafide region free release. I've looked everywhere to see if it's truly region free and I'm not seeing anything that supports DiabolikDVD's listing. I would totally support Scorpion's release either way (one of the few films that truly stuck with me in my cinephile early days).
I grabbed a copy as soon as I saw it on Diabolik's website yesterday. D&T Mailorder says its Region B but I think that Diabolik is usually very careful about posting the correct region information.

In any case, I would also definitely consider double dipping if Scorpion released this title but I had to jump on this version since nothing is concrete and I did not want to take a chance on missing out on this limited release.
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Just got done watching My Tutor and was pleasantly surprised. I had no Idea there was so much nudity, when I originally saw this back in the 80's I watched it on regular TV heavily cut. Inspired me to seek out the other Crowne International Picture releases from Scorpion. Although, I was able to pick up a copy of Pom Pom Girls from Amazon, it looks as though The Beach Girls and Tomboy are no longer available anywhere. Looks like I'll have to settle for the DVD. BTW love the Katerina Leigh Waters segments, she is always entertaining.
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Just got done watching My Tutor and was pleasantly surprised. I had no Idea there was so much nudity, when I originally saw this back in the 80's I watched it on regular TV heavily cut. Inspired me to seek out the other Crowne International Picture releases from Scorpion. Although, I was able to pick up a copy of Pom Pom Girls from Amazon, it looks as though The Beach Girls and Tomboy are no longer available anywhere. Looks like I'll have to settle for the DVD. BTW love the Katerina Leigh Waters segments, she is always entertaining.
Thanks, I read this and snagged the last copy of The Pom Pom Girls over at Amazon, I'm on the lookout for the Beach Girls and Tomboy, hopefully the Scorpion store reopens at some point or Walter gives them to Diabolik to sell.
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Can we have a confirmation what audio tracks will be included on this release?

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Is there any chance of Scorpion releasing another Australian title on DVD and/or Blu-ray, a thriller called Coda? Also, is there any update on The Haunting of Morella and The Rain Killer?
I'd like to know about The Haunting of Morella and The Rain Killer as well.
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