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Old 02-25-2015, 07:59 PM   #2001
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Great News but it appears the chance of Shout Factory doing a third Vincent Pice set is disappearing by the day.
Not necessarily - there are still some Price films out there such as Scream and Scream Again, Master of the World, The Oblong Box, Tower of London , An Evening with Edgar Allen Poe, Diary of a Madman (this is a great film) , Cry of the Banshee, plus if they can strike a deal with Sony there is The Tingler and the Mad Magician + the Bat is out there. So dont give up hope yet

Also it does appear Scream is looking at mostly post 1980 titles - or at least the majority of them are, but as we have seen there have been a few older ones, but KINO seems to have taken over
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Any pre-1980 Horror & Sci-fi films are all automatic purchases for me.
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Old 02-25-2015, 09:44 PM   #2003
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Any pre-1980 Horror & Sci-fi films are all automatic purchases for me.
Not for me, but any Jacques Tourneur film is.
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Great News but it appears the chance of Shout Factory doing a third Vincent Pice set is disappearing by the day.
I'm glad to see Kino Lorber giving Scream Factory a run for its money in terms of the Vincent Price films.
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Any pre-1980 Horror & Sci-fi films are all automatic purchases for me.
Ditto. I'm very happy to see these films finally beginning to receive a blu ray release.
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I'm beginning to think it might be simpler if I just give Kino the PIN number for my ATM card.

One way or another, they are bleeding my bank account dry.
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Coming in August to Blu-ray and DVD -- in a brand new HD transfer --

Jacques Tourneur's WAR-GODS OF THE DEEP (1965)

Starring Vincent Price, Tab Hunter, David Tomlinson, and Susan Hart

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Bonus features will include a new interview with co-star Tab Hunter!

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Oh I think I'll have to find room in my collection for this.
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Any pre-1980 Horror & Sci-fi films are all automatic purchases for me.
I'm pretty much the opposite, I'm only interested in 80's and maybe a little 90's horror. I collect all sci-fi from the 60's and up.
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I haven't seen this one, but reading reviews around the internet, it seems like an unusually high number of people think that it's boring and disappointing despite all of those wonderful names associated with this film. Possibly due to script changes/interference? Too bad because it looks interesting. Maybe I'll try to catch it online one day.
Price is great as usual. To be honest and not to deter anyone I found the climatic underwater sequence to be very much padded out
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I haven't seen this one, but reading reviews around the internet, it seems like an unusually high number of people think that it's boring and disappointing despite all of those wonderful names associated with this film. Possibly due to script changes/interference? Too bad because it looks interesting. Maybe I'll try to catch it online one day.
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I see that the preorders for enter the ninja and revenge of the ninja are up. But Amazon has them listed at full retail ($29.99). I don't think I've ever preordered any kino titles. Do most of them fall to around $20 before release?
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I see that the preorders for enter the ninja and revenge of the ninja are up. But Amazon has them listed at full retail ($29.99). I don't think I've ever preordered any kino titles. Do most of them fall to around $20 before release?
Just about all.

Amazon's initial preorders for these things used to be about 21, but mostly all nf the titles end up being reduced to like 17.99/18.99, that ballpark. I've never paid more than 20, and I have about thirty titles.
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Does anybody else wonder the current price level Kino has put their forthcoming releases? $ 29,95 is way too much for theim. That is Criterion price level and Kino's quality isn't that good.
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I haven't seen this one, but reading reviews around the internet, it seems like an unusually high number of people think that it's boring and disappointing despite all of those wonderful names associated with this film. Possibly due to script changes/interference? Too bad because it looks interesting. Maybe I'll try to catch it online one day.
War-Gods Of The Deep (UK title, The City Under The Sea)

It's cheap & cheerful, but a lot of fun. I saw it at the pictures way back in the sixties on a double bill with The Face Of Fu Manchu (great double bill). I saw it a couple of years ago on the telly & I thought it stood up quite well, Vincent Price is his usual great self. I won't buy it as I'm not region A, but if it gets a European release, I'm in.
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Does anybody else wonder the current price level Kino has put their forthcoming releases? $ 29,95 is way too much for theim. That is Criterion price level and Kino's quality isn't that good.
That's always been their standard list price. What it actually sells for at retail is up to the retailers. Have patience, Amazon will lower their current selling price eventually.
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Meanwhile over at HTF , on the Kino page, I just read that they will have MORE Price films coming up..
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That's always been their standard list price. What it actually sells for at retail is up to the retailers. Have patience, Amazon will lower their current selling price eventually.
Although they've had a dearth of sales recently, Blowitoutahere is usually your best bet for boutique releases. I never pay more than $15.xx for any Kino discs.
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Does anybody else wonder the current price level Kino has put their forthcoming releases? $ 29,95 is way too much for theim. That is Criterion price level and Kino's quality isn't that good.
Criterion is usually $39.95 or higher. Kino has the same SRP of $29.95 for Blu-rays loaded with extras and ones with just the trailer, but you can easily find them for around $16.
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Vincent Price = auto buy. That is all .
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Criterion is usually $39.95 or higher. Kino has the same SRP of $29.95 for Blu-rays loaded with extras and ones with just the trailer, but you can easily find them for around $16.
Yes. Who here actually pays $40 or $30 for each respective company's BDs that lives in the States? Hardly anyone, that's who. MSRP means nothing unless you're buying it from a store like Barnes & Noble without a sale going on.
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