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Old 10-10-2014, 09:30 AM   #961
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Anguish is one of my top 10 horror movies; would love to have it on bd.
If you're region free, then there's a German BD that's supposed to be pretty decent:

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Old 10-10-2014, 09:50 AM   #962
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Does anybody have Salon Kitty? It doesn't even have a listing on Amazon, what's that about? I found it on importcds.com for $17 shipped, but I'm wary about ordering direct from their website as I've read nothing but dreadful things.

I've never seen any Nazisploitation films despite my interest in them. And for some reason my mind is made up that Salon Kitty should be the first one I see.
I have the film, though I've never actually gotten around to watching it due to it's length. As to Importcds, I used to order from their website quite regularly before their prices went up, and never had a problem. They may not have the fastest shipping, but I do consider them quite reliable.
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Salon Kitty is not a movie I'd recommend as a blind buy much less for an exploitation film newbie. It's a kinetic movie with some lurid segments one moment then a musical dance number the next. I've enjoyed it, but it's certainly not "for" everyone. ImportCDs is a good vendor, I'm not familiar with any dreadful stories about them.
I'm definitely not an exploitation newbie, that's for sure. But for some reason or another Naziploitation has eluded me. It feels like the genre is so un-PC that you really need to do some digging to find anything that has an official release. But that's interesting, Salon Kitty has a musical number? That doesn't sound so good.

I've ordered a few things from importcds through Amazon with no problems. But seeing this site has me wary of ordering direct from them:

http://www.resellerratings.com/store/ImportCDs
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If you're region free, then there's a German BD that's supposed to be pretty decent:

Actually, the German BD is uncut but only in the German version. The English version on that disc is cut. The French BD one is the one to get.
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This would fit in perfectly with their library

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