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Old 12-02-2022, 06:32 PM   #27261
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For those that have gotten a shipping notification from Severin, are you all US based?
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Old 12-02-2022, 06:32 PM   #27262
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I'm not rich - I'm very much middle class - but I can still afford $55 for a movie. I don't have a family, though, so after I pay my bills I have money for dumb stuff like physical media collecting. A $55 movie is nothing compared to my other vice, music gear. I have a couple guitars that each almost cost as much as my car.
Same here. I, too, could afford the movie. That doesn't mean I was thrilled with the price, but this is also not an inexpensive hobby in general. We have to accept that if we're going to continue in it. Sure, I wish other labels offered great sales like Kino, but for the most part, we have to take what we're given.
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Old 12-02-2022, 06:33 PM   #27263
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I don't understand why so many people get so angry about the price of movies. If you don't feel it's worth the price then don't buy it. Why do you feel the need to make the people that did buy it feel like they are getting ripped off or that they're crazy?
Movies and water. Two things people are strongly against having to pay for. They feel entitled to get these things for free or for as little as possible. Well, guess what? Movies don't make themselves. People spend years making them and they don't make them for free. I would be pissed if I committed blood, sweat and tears making a movie for people to watch it for free on YouTube. No sir. Should one movie cost $55 to purchase on disc? That's not for me to say because I don't run a label and have no idea what it costs to acquire a film, restore it and pay the replicator to make the discs and the distributor to sell the film. I'm pretty sure, though, that it doesn't cost pennies per disc. I don't think anybody's getting rich from selling movies. At least not small boutique labels.
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Old 12-02-2022, 06:37 PM   #27264
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Movies and water. Two things people are strongly against having to pay for. They feel entitled to get these things for free or for as little as possible. Well, guess what? Movies don't make themselves. People spend years making them and they don't make them for free. I would be pissed if I committed blood, sweat and tears making a movie for people to watch it for free on YouTube. No sir. Should one movie cost $55 to purchase on disc? That's not for me to say because I don't run a label and have no idea what it costs to acquire a film, restore it and pay the replicator to make the discs and the distributor to sell the film. I'm pretty sure, though, that it doesn't cost pennies per disc. I don't think anybody's getting rich from selling movies. At least not small boutique labels.
I'm agreeing with cinema84. What is wrong with me?
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Old 12-02-2022, 06:40 PM   #27265
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I was willing to buy Four Flies for $55. It's the astronomical shipping cost on top which ultimately put me off. I'll wait for the standard edition, lol.
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Old 12-02-2022, 06:49 PM   #27266
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Old 12-02-2022, 06:52 PM   #27267
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I was willing to buy Four Flies for $55. It's the astronomical shipping cost on top which ultimately put me off. I'll wait for the standard edition, lol.
That's what I had to do with the Nova Media sale. The movies were 50% off but the least expensive international shipping cost was $109.00. Made the discount disappear so I didn't buy.
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Old 12-02-2022, 07:30 PM   #27268
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Movies and water. Two things people are strongly against having to pay for. They feel entitled to get these things for free or for as little as possible. Well, guess what? Movies don't make themselves. People spend years making them and they don't make them for free. I would be pissed if I committed blood, sweat and tears making a movie for people to watch it for free on YouTube. No sir. Should one movie cost $55 to purchase on disc? That's not for me to say because I don't run a label and have no idea what it costs to acquire a film, restore it and pay the replicator to make the discs and the distributor to sell the film. I'm pretty sure, though, that it doesn't cost pennies per disc. I don't think anybody's getting rich from selling movies. At least not small boutique labels.
Well said.
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Old 12-02-2022, 08:07 PM   #27269
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I was willing to buy Four Flies for $55. It's the astronomical shipping cost on top which ultimately put me off. I'll wait for the standard edition, lol.
It's the thought that counts.
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Old 12-02-2022, 08:21 PM   #27270
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Movies and water. Two things people are strongly against having to pay for. They feel entitled to get these things for free or for as little as possible. Well, guess what? Movies don't make themselves. People spend years making them and they don't make them for free. I would be pissed if I committed blood, sweat and tears making a movie for people to watch it for free on YouTube. No sir. Should one movie cost $55 to purchase on disc? That's not for me to say because I don't run a label and have no idea what it costs to acquire a film, restore it and pay the replicator to make the discs and the distributor to sell the film. I'm pretty sure, though, that it doesn't cost pennies per disc. I don't think anybody's getting rich from selling movies. At least not small boutique labels.
Agree, which is why I shake my head when collectors encourage the release of movies with uncleared soundtracks. People really think they're entitled to other peoples efforts for no reason
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Yeah, $55 is really not that bad considering the title, its history and frankly this is... IMO...the last physical media release of it. At least it was put on the highest quality physical format by Severin and not a blu. I cringe every time I hear of another 4K upgrade coming and remember I paid $30+ for it. But it is what it is and at least I will have a copy on the last highest quality physical media format. Now the Animal Trilogy is complete...All on the best quality discs you can buy. I take some peace with that, regardless of the price. All depends on what you consider a must buy.

BTW...WTF...I ordered within the first 2 minutes of the sale and NO shipment yet!! I assume Severin is doing shit in reverse or random again?? I actually came to Severins' site first than the VS site and this is how Severin repays me....
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Old 12-02-2022, 11:51 PM   #27272
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Theres no way I can justify their price point on Flies.
I do wonder how many people fell for their ambiguous wording about how limited it truly is and actually grabbed it this sale.
Here's the problem for those of us buying who aren't rich, every purchase of $55 for a single movie sent the message that this price point is ok, acceptable, and would be acted on again.
Where do people draw the line? What happens in 2-3 years? Do they turn around and try to sell us 65, $75 titles like its a brand new AAA physical PS5 game?
Not to mention Accion was advertised on the presale policy site at 35, and I was considering it, then the sale went live and it jumped to 45.
Youtube is filled with boutique buyers saying F Severin with these prices.
I remember the 90s and laserdisc where most titles was 50$ or SE for 100$.
If 55$ is too much, don't buy. Wait for the cheaper standard version.
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Old 12-03-2022, 12:13 AM   #27273
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I've ordered from Severin several times in the past and this is by far the fastest I've received an order.



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Old 12-03-2022, 12:23 AM   #27274
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I know the listing said slipcover but i was hoping it was a misprint and we got the Arrow style rigid hard box, not a deal breaker though.
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Old 12-03-2022, 12:30 AM   #27275
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Yeah a hard box would’ve been nice, especially at that price.
The slipcover is pretty thick and rigid and does have a fancy spot gloss on the fly and the pool of blood.
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Old 12-03-2022, 01:16 AM   #27276
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I know the listing said slipcover but i was hoping it was a misprint and we got the Arrow style rigid hard box, not a deal breaker though.
I'm rather bummed out that it's not. It would have fit nicely with my other Argento 4Ks. For a $55 a pop, Severin should have at least sprung for a chipboard box.
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Old 12-03-2022, 01:33 AM   #27277
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My order has shipped.....

I'm glad Boris posted that pic. It's really happening!!! Now if this conspiracy theory on Paramount is truthful, at least some got out of prison...
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Old 12-03-2022, 01:36 AM   #27278
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Well I watched Four Flies on Grey Velvet on the free streaming service Plex a couple days ago and found it quite disappointing. Itís not very gory. Thereís barely any kills and some are offscreen. The killer reveal was pretty obvious and lame. The ending was completely anticlimactic as well. The creepy mask shown on the slipcover of the Blu-ray is only worn once by the killer in the beginning. That was a huge missed opportunity on Argentoís part. Iím also confused why so many people consider it a Giallo as the killer doesn't wear the trademark black gloves or use a straight razor.

I did enjoy the score by Ennio Morricone. Itís not anywhere close to one of his best scores but itís solid. Also the first 35 minutes of the film are pretty atmospheric and creepy but after that the movie completely fell apart for me. itís definitely not one of the worst Argento films Iíve seen but itís another case of people completely overhyping a film. I hope everyone who bought this for $55 enjoys it more than I did.
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Old 12-03-2022, 01:57 AM   #27279
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I'll be damned. My entire order shipped. For some reason I thought the Argento book bundles would take longer, but apparently not. Rock on, Severin!
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Old 12-03-2022, 03:31 AM   #27280
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I remember the 90s and laserdisc where most titles was 50$ or SE for 100$.
If 55$ is too much, don't buy. Wait for the cheaper standard version.
I still remember as kid in 1983 wanting to buy one of my favorite movies - HAWK THE SLAYER - on VHS. There were no retail outlets in my area for VHS, so my father had to ask our local video rental shop what it would cost to order it through them. $75 was the quote. That's equivalent to $225 in 2022! My father said no way - you'll just have to keep renting it when you want to see it!
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