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HELLO EVERYONE
Yeah, welcome from me too - and stick around as Videohunter says. Don't be put off by the slow posting in here. At least it means you don't get all the pointless drivel that fills up so many other forums :lol:

So'eh, like, dude, what do you abide to? :lol: :lol:


Jack

VHS SURVIVORS
Mario
Jul 30 2007, 01:30 PM
Jack J
Jul 30 2007, 10:15 AM
Just a pity you can't copy their cover scans! They have a French cover for the sequel to FOR YOUR HEIGHTS ONLY!


Jack

If you use Firefox you won't have any problem with "right click".
if you use Internet Explorer you can save the whole page and then go to the folder and copy the image.

Oh yeah that's right. Thanks.



Jack

VHS SURVIVORS
Just a pity you can't copy their cover scans! They have a French cover for the sequel to FOR YOUR HEIGHTS ONLY!


Jack

A BIG HELLO
What is... VHS?

:P

FILM CLUB MEMORIES
I have often wondered about that myself!!! I mean I live in liberal Denmark but still!! They also showed ROBIN HOOD and BEN HUR.


Jack

Danish VHS Sleeves
videohunter
Jul 25 2007, 04:21 PM
wow, very cool congrats jack

You can say that again! And thanks. B)


Jack

AMANDO DE OSSORIO (HELP)
MARIOBAVA
Jul 6 2007, 08:42 AM
It is possible that in Greece never anything has not been published of Amando De Ossorio ??????        

THE TOMB OF THE BLIND DEAD was released in Greece on 'Rex films home video'. I have it in my collection. It's most commonly known as TOMBS OF THE BLIND DEAD but the Greek video cassette clearly writes the title without the plural s.


Jack

Danish VHS Sleeves
Ahh, yes! Today I received the very rare Danish video tape of HOUSE BY THE CEMETARY! As I've mentioned before I already found the cassette about 15 years ago but the cassette was empty - but now... thanks to Diabolik... I can finally put the original tape into my empty cassette! (and I believe Diabolik has now got a perfect cover instead of the messed-up one he found a couple of months ago).

Oh joy, oh happy day. Cheers Diabolik :lol:

Oh, yeah, and if anyone forgot what it's all about, here it is again:


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Jack

TRASHING DA HOUSE
Aymanoglu
Jul 24 2007, 06:04 AM
Yeah, I have his address too, we just did another swap a few weeks ago. Why don't I meet you there? Do you know where he keeps the dvds for the weekly cinehound competitions? :lol:

He lives in a bedsit, doesn't he :P
They shouldn't be hard to find ;)

FILM CLUB MEMORIES
I've been trying to find a film that I saw when I was a kid. I've remembered it for all these years and now I'd really like to find it. I've tried at the dvdmaniacs and uncut.dk forums but no-one seemed to know so I thought one of you might. I couldn't be bothered to re-write the whole thing so here's my post from dvdmaniacs:


I remember something Damon Foster once said in an issue of Oriental Cinema: 'I'm so old dust comes up when I cough'. That's how I feel too. Well, at least now that I'm going to explain all this about some mysterious film I watched in my childhood:

In 1971 I was in my first grade (yes, nineteen seventy fucking one!!). My mum thought it would be a grand idea to sign me up for the film club at my school (thanks mum!) and a couple of the films had a lasting impact on me. One was about some cool supermen and the other... I'll get back to that one.

Of course being 7 yrs old I didn't bite into film titles or which country they came from so it took quite a while to find out about any of the films. A couple of yrs ago a friend of mine got hold of a video tape and his description over the phone sorta rang a bell: a flick with three cool supermen: and yes, there it was: THE THREE FANTASTIC SUPERMEN (I Fantastici tre supermen, Italy, 1967)!!! It was a bit of a let-down though. I had enjoyed it tremendously as a seven year old but in adult life it just seemed too silly.

However, the other film is still a big mystery to me. I remember it as being a kind of a crime movie. There was this evil dude who had an electric iron hand and when he wanted to hurt someone he'd just grab their face and just burn their puss to a crisp. The images of their burnt faces was pretty scary. At the end of the film the hero fought the evil dude and knocked him over so his hand touched a train track (I think) and electrocuted himself. Phew! Scary stuff when you're a first-grader :eek:

Anyway, obviously I'm still anxious as to find out which film this is. Does any of you know? Does it ring a bell? Since I was so young I didn't notice finer details such as which language they spoke. I think it would've been a western flick but I guess it could've been Asian. Any help is appreciated.


Jack

Danish VHS Sleeves
Diabolik
Jul 23 2007, 11:17 AM
Jack J
Jul 23 2007, 11:02 AM
Quote:
 
Yes'Siree... It is... U want??? ;)
And in my left hand... This one;

Are you fucking kidding! Oh, that wasn't a real question :lol:


No, sorry! :(
Still... PM

For a moment there I thought you'd found the Danish release of KANNIBAL MASSAKREN (Cannibal Holocaust) <_<

Anyway, SLAGTEHUSET VED KIRKEGRDEN (House by the Cemetery) is no less a great alternative! Wauw!

Where did you get hold of BLODSUGEREN DRACULA (Dracula Has Risen from the Grave)? It's a cool cover B)


Jack

Danish VHS Sleeves
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Yes'Siree... It is... U want??? ;)
And in my left hand... This one;

Are you fucking kidding! Oh, that wasn't a real question :lol:

Danish VHS Sleeves
is this... :blink: :blink: :blink:

:o :o :o

Danish VHS Sleeves
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Juno Media primarily released american films like The Hearse, Mountain Top Motel Massacre, Silent Night - Bloody Night, Hell Night, can't remember any euro-title except for the heavily cut release of Bruno Mattei's SS Girls!!


They also put out some entertaining trash flicks from the Philippines directed by Cirio Santiago! I've got three of these: WHEELS OF FIRE, SILK and STRYKER.

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(Funny info; Juno Media also released 'Bruce Lee fights back from the grave' which is widely considered a Umberto Lenzi-flick... but it isn't!!!! Lenzi told me that the only film he's ever made in the east was 'Mondo Cannibale' (The Man from Deep River)!!!!



They put out BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM (no article) GRAVE!!!??? Wauw, I've never stumbled over this! Ahem, cough, cough, you wouldn't happen to have an extra?

You spoke to Lenzi! When? Enlighten us! :blink:

Videohunter: All the Juno Media releases are rare by now.


Jack

TRASHING DA HOUSE
Hey, it seems a bit quiet here now that Miltos is on holiday. Why don't we go down to his house and have a party while he's out the house! Are you up for it, Ayman? :lol:


:ph43r: :ph43r:

Danish VHS Sleeves
videohunter
Jul 19 2007, 07:56 AM
i couldn't find reference to it on diaboliks DK-UNCUT site or his danish vhs museum...so i consider myself lucky.... :)

Diabolik doesn't actually have anything to do with Uncut.dk, just his VHS museum, but that's besides the point really ... and yes you're lucky ;)

Danish VHS Sleeves
That's all right B)
(oh, and Diabolik is in Spain at the moment, lucky bastard!).

Nice one! All Juno Media releases are pretty rare and I've never even seen that one.


Jack

NORDIC SEXUAL CULTURE
Jack J
Jul 17 2007, 02:32 PM
A friend of mine published a film mag called eXtase and the latest issue (#3/2007) has a chapter about 'Swinging Copenhagen' in the early 70's written by Jack Stevenson (in English).


Here it is. Anybody interested can get it thru mail for 50 DKK. incl. postage (not sure if there's an extra charge for overseas buyers).

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Jared
Jul 18 2007, 05:54 PM
Hey Jack,

Are there some on here now?
I can't find them.

I'm not sure I'd know how to do it, but if I can figure it out, I'll take care of that while Miltos is away.

(Wish I was on vacation is Paris)(Actually I'd prefer to go to Greece!) B)

Miltos already got rid of 'em! I've got nothing against porn, just not explicit ads here in our film forum.

Yeah, I'd go to Greece too! Hang out at Miltos' place while he's gone. Empty his fridge, drink his beer, go thru his film collection, and watch his rare movies all day :lol:


Jack

NORDIC SEXUAL CULTURE
I hear that Argentina is even the most 'European' country in South America, so are the other countries even more, eh, old-fashioned in this regard?


Jack