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Old 09-21-2017, 10:01 PM   #61
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My recollection of this sh**-pickle is that poor Buddy can't even get it up and his oral skills are legendary (not in a good way).

This release has caused me to remember that I was (still am?) a member of the unofficial Bat P***y fan club. I still have the laminated member card and Bat P***y magnet
I'm sorry to hear that!
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Old 09-21-2017, 10:21 PM   #62
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I'm excited to finally see this!The novelty of this existing on blu ray is too strong for me to pass up.
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Old 09-21-2017, 11:49 PM   #63
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Those desiring a taste of B a t p u s s y will have to get it from somewhere other than the corporate overlords of Amazon. From here:


BAT ***** [Official NSFW Theatrical Trailer - AGFA] - YouTube




There's also Deep Discount for a cheaper piece of p u s s y.
interesting that amazon bans "bat pu**y" and yet you can order every x-rated vinegar syndrome title (including the peekarama series) from them without any issues.
anyway, pre-ordered on wowhd, can't wait to watch this infamous "classic".
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Old 09-22-2017, 11:02 AM   #64
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The vague origins and discovery of Bat P are interesting, but it doesn't look like something I'd actually enjoy watching, much less owning.
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Old 09-26-2017, 06:16 PM   #65
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I haven't seen this one mentioned before. From the Grindhouse Video listing:






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Street Date 1/23/18

They took his money. They took his family. And now, they've taken his hands. But they can never take his revenge! Exploding from the same hallucinogenic netherworld as TURKISH STAR WARS, THE SWORD AND THE CLAW stars Turkish genre legend Cneyt Arkin in his most iconic role. It's CONAN THE BARBARIAN meets The Three Stooges meets DOLEMITE with more lo-fi bloodshed, pop-art visuals, and bizarro dubbing than the boundaries of reality can handle.


FEATURES:
New 4K transfer from the only 35mm theatrical print in existence!
Face-smashing action trailers from the AGFA vault!
Bonus Movie: BRAWL BUSTERS (1981), a new 2K scan from an original theatrical print!
Reversible cover art with illustration by Alexis Ziritt (SPACE RIDERS)!

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Old 09-26-2017, 06:23 PM   #66
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Wow, that movie looks completely insane. May have to pick it up.
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Old 09-26-2017, 06:53 PM   #67
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A reliable source has reported that AGFA recently showed an unannounced film in a film festival of some sort. According to a twitter post, the unannounced film was Ed Wood's TAKE IT OUT IN TRADE (1970).

No word on whether that film might be eligible for a Blu-ray or DVD release, but Ed Wood fans can hope. I assume that the film was screened in 35mm, but I don't know that.
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Old 09-26-2017, 07:07 PM   #68
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Yeah, it was shown at Fantastic Fest and it was a secret screening. It was met with immense controversy given what's going on with the individuals who run that film festival. It was just really wrong place and wrong time, bad timing with the dark clouds over the fest.
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Old 09-27-2017, 04:26 AM   #69
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Could you be more specific? I know nothing about that film festival.

A Drafthouse spokesperson has emailed me that AGFA/SWV does intend to release Ed Wood's TAKE IT OUT IN TRADE on Blu-ray sometime in 2018. I really hope that happens, as TRADE has been among the missing for a very long time.
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They took his money. They took his family. And now, they've taken his hands. But they can never take his revenge!


I hope this is the start of more batshit crazy Turkish films being released on blu-ray!!!
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Old 09-27-2017, 12:07 PM   #71
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AGFA is taking some risks. I have to say I love that about them.
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Old 09-27-2017, 01:17 PM   #72
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Could you be more specific? I know nothing about that film festival.
It's an incredibly stupid non-issue/controversy being stirred up by a guy who who used to work at the festival and very publicly quit during the recent sexual assault allegations.
He posted on Facebook FALSELY claiming that TAKE IT OUT IN TRADE contained 'violence against women,' which it absolutely does not, and that audiences basically had no idea that the film they were about to see had simulated sex scenes, which they absolutely did seeing as the festival website made a point to mention this in the event description, and the film was preceded by an intro which discussed its history and content. It should be noted that neither he nor just about all of the people blindly defending his nonsensical allegations either attended the festival or have even seen the film.

The actual significance of the event, which is that AGFA found and restored a lost film, is being pointlessly overshadowed by lies from some attention seekers who weren't even there.
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Old 09-27-2017, 04:29 PM   #73
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I think it's a mistake to issue apologies for films in the form of explanations of context in advance before the film screens. Just show the damn film and give the audience the responsibility to do their homework and decide if it's something they want to attend or not.
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Old 09-27-2017, 04:34 PM   #74
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It's an incredibly stupid non-issue/controversy being stirred up by a guy who who used to work at the festival and very publicly quit during the recent sexual assault allegations.
He posted on Facebook FALSELY claiming that TAKE IT OUT IN TRADE contained 'violence against women,' ....

I read a few people left after the scandal broke.
Figures it would be one of these clowns who is spewing these ridiculous lies.
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Old 09-27-2017, 07:03 PM   #75
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Thanks John for clarifying that situation. It's a shame that the unearthing of a rare film was derailed by meaningless BS. I bet that most of the people in attendance could see through the hypocrisy.

Ironically, I recently suggested that Vinegar Syndrome might want to search for TAKE IT OUT IN TRADE. I guess that won't happen, with AGFA/SWV now attached to the film.
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Old 09-30-2017, 03:46 PM   #76
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With my recent purchase of Effects (an absolute blind buy for me), I have now become a fan of AGFA. The blu-ray not only looks great but I absolutely loved the film. It's a seriously fun film with lots of sleaze and heart. Highly recommended.

Next one on my list is The Zodiac Killer.
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With my recent purchase of Effects (an absolute blind buy for me), I have now become a fan of AGFA. The blu-ray not only looks great but I absolutely loved the film. It's a seriously fun film with lots of sleaze and heart. Highly recommended.

Next one on my list is The Zodiac Killer.
Thanks for the recommendation. Hadnt seen much talk about Effects. It wasnt even mentioned in their first batch of 10 titles or so that they said they would be releasing when they did their indiegogo campaign. Actually, I believe only The Zodiac Killer and The Violent Years were on that list; the other 3 known releases were not. Between this and MVD Rewind, I think Ive found a fourth and fifth label to start collecting.
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All The Sins Of Sodom PQ is disappointing. If you love this movie as much as I do you'll have to keep your Vinegar Syndrome BR (and get this too for Vibrations). Collecting Joe Sarno is running into $$$.
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I just watched the AGFA release of EFFECTS (I already owned the Synapse DVD) and while watching the Blu, I was kind of surprised by the amount of vertical scratches and other such damage to the print. I then popped in the Synapse DVD and that was obviously taken from a different source as there are really no scratches and it looks terrific (for a 16mm film, of course). Just look at the
[Show spoiler] sn*ff film
sequence and you'll see lots of lines on Pilato's face and other characters while
[Show spoiler]they're watching the sn*ff film
on the AGFA, but no lines at all on the Synapse print.

I googled a bit and there's not much info out there, but from what I did read, it appears AGFA used the only 35mm print (the film was shot on 16mm) blow-up that survives, and thus it has damage and scratches. But what was Synapse's DVD taken from? Some say they had access to the original 16mm negative, therefore none of the wear and tear; but the 16mm negative is supposedly now completely lost. Or did Synapse use the same sole 35mm blow-up print AGFA used, but in the intervening years, it's been damaged considerably?

All this said, the AGFA release is still stellar and the HD upgrade is improved, but I was caught off-guard by the amount of scratches as I didn't remember all of that from the Synapse release, and I actually saw a screening of the film in 1981 at the Academy of Sci-Fi and Horror Films which was probably the same and only 35mm print that exists today. I'll just keep both releases now and I am happy with both, but I still kind of want to know what source Synapse had access to as it was obviously in way better shape - unfortunately, Blu wasn't a format at the time Synapse released their DVD.

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All The Sins Of Sodom PQ is disappointing. If you love this movie as much as I do you'll have to keep your Vinegar Syndrome BR (and get this too for Vibrations). Collecting Joe Sarno is running into $$$.
I'll skip this one then. The dvd for Vibrations is good enough.
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