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I've found Rambu!
As I mentioned earlier, someone just found an alternative Danish release of RAMBU:


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I've found Rambu!
Thanks for the poster and link, Spannick. The cover art for the Danish vhs is exactly the same as the poster except for the text on the right.

Can you elaborate a little on the two different versions of ANGEL OF FURY? Are they really different? I see the German one is the TRIPPE CROSS version. I'm getting both versions so I'll be able to check them out soon myself anyway.


Jack

I've found Rambu!
Cheers, Ian.

He was "shocked and amazed"!!! Living over there in a dark corner of Asia has probably shut him off from that trash film world that loves and appreciates his films! Well, now he'll get to know. :D :D


Jack

CIRIO SANTIAGO R.I.P.
I'd like to bring to your attention a new Santiago review section over at Fred Adelman's (also a member here) eMag Critical Condition. Fred wrote this in tonight's memorial thread over at Dvdmaniacs (and I hope he doesn't mind my posting it here):

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I've made no secret of my love for everything Santiago, but his death really hit me hard because I am in the middle of creating a page on my site devoted to all of the films he made with Roger Corman. While the page is nowhere near completed (I have at least 20 more films to post), I decided to release it "as is" and add reviews as I type them in. This is my tribute to Mr. Santiago and the hours and hours of enjoyment he has given me:



You'll find the Santiago review page here:

http://www.critcononline.com/cirio_h_santi...ilm_reviews.htm


Jack

ROBO-VAMPIRE
The first three are in the Brentwood Eastern Horror dvd series (there's some info on page 1 of this thread about the sequels).

CIRIO SANTIAGO R.I.P.
The headline sadly says it all. :(
Cirio Santiago died yesterday. He had cancer.

There's an obituary here:

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/inquirerheadl...iago-dies-at-72

Believe it or not but he was actually working on a NEW post-apocalypse film!!! Who else but Santiago would even think of doing one of those 20 years after the genre died. Well, except Bruno Mattei and he also left the building not long ago.

RIP old buddy.


Jack

COMIC BOOK STORES???
Thanks heaps for trying BELOWagerave. I don't really wanna pay anything silly so I'll just wait for the reprint next year. Thanks again.


Jack

Fanzines
I've been pushing my old mags to Magnus and Lars so I might as well do it out here in the open as well. :lol:

I've got a couple issues left of old Danish fanzines:

Stay Sick! #4 (all kinds of psychotronic stuff, mostly films tho) (A5, 128 pages, Danish text): $10

Banned in Britain #2 (horror & trash film reviews) (A5, 32 pages, English text): $5

Obskuirøst #4 (only one copy left!!) (A4, psychotronic movies, a lot about "Dr. who" and "The Mysterious Island of Captain Nemo", 20 pages, Danish and English text): $8

"Rådden Kærlighed" + "Den Intergalaktiske Genvej" (Danish underground zombie & sci-fi flicks, approx 40 min., Danish language, no subs, plain dvd-r): $5

Postpaid anywhere!


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I've found Rambu!
Hi JC,
Good of you to contact them and this is indeed good news. Sure, I'll write to him and order both books. However, you're right the postage isn't exactly cheap! <_<
- but I've wanted this book since you mentioned it some months ago over at Dvdmaniacs.


Jack

I've found Rambu!
More confusion!!! I looked up ANGEL OF FURY and it seems it's really an Indo film entitled TRIPLE CROSS starring Cynthia Rothrock which was redubbed and had extra scenes added for the American market. And apparently that version also ended up on UK video. I had a look at Amazon and the TRIPLE CROSS version is also out on UK video! Unfortunately the BBFC cut out 58 sec. of the ANGEL OF FURY version! TRIPLE CROSS is uncut.

Does anybody know if these movies are out on dvd anywhere?


Jack

I've found Rambu!
Lars Jacobsson
Sep 27 2008, 10:01 PM
I have ANGEL OF FURY on an english selltape. O'Brian plays the evil boss in that one, a typical Synthia Rothrock martial arts flick (not on par with the awesome UNDEAFEATABLE but pretty good if you're into that sort of flick...i'm not). Could be sold off cheap if anybody's interested.

Okay, I'm interested, but I'm about to have my dinner so I'll give you a PM in a bit.


Jack

I've found Rambu!
Sweeney Todd
Sep 27 2008, 07:20 PM
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However, I did wonder if other Indo movies exist in different versions. This would most likely only apply to the films that were more minded for a western audience


I have heard of a French version of THE INTRUDER, shot in Indonesia at the same time than the two others. It was released on video by the now defunct Biniou label. Directed by Jopi Burnama and starring Lino Ventura as Rambu. :o

You're kidding! A French Rambu by Jopi Burnama??? :blink: I don't suppose it's easy to find? Was it called "The Intruder" or did it have another French title?

I've found Rambu!
Jack J
Sep 27 2008, 12:02 AM
HERE IT IS!!!

I found a blog in (I think) Indonesia or Malaysia where someone wrote about it.

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There's more stuff on the blog:

http://www.kumprinx.com/index.php?option=c...id=256&Itemid=1

I think I spent a couple hours trying to located that Malaysian VCD of the Indonesian version but without any luck. :(

However, I did wonder if other Indo movies exist in different versions. This would most likely only apply to the films that were more minded for a western audience (i.e. had westerners in them) so I searched around a little and I did find an Indonesian VCD release of DOUBLE CROSSER so that's on the way to my humble abode as we speak!! (it was so expensive I had to cut off my little finger to satisfy the local loan shark!). And of course it may very well turn out the two versions are identical. But at least I'll find out (i.e. not roll in my sleep over it at night :lol: )

Oh, and yesterday a member of a Danish forum (www.uncut.dk) revealed he's just found a Danish release of RAMBU that none of us have seen before! I've asked him if he could do a scan. I'll post it here if he does.

Jack

I've found Rambu!
Lars Jacobsson
Sep 27 2008, 12:21 PM
Hehe, marvelous news! I'd recognize those ears anywhere! Looking forward for the interview.

My Peter O'Brian top 5 (all the films he made coincidentally):

1. The Stabilizer!!!
2. The Intruder
3. Double Crosser
4. American Hunter
5. Angel of Fury

Yeah, I agree! All of them!! (well, the first four anyway, I haven't seen the last one yet) :D

So, which versions of ANGEL OF FURY exist?? I know of a US vhs and the Malaysian VCD + an Indo VCD but that's it. Was it on vhs in Europe??


Jack

TREASURE ISLAND IN OUTER SPACE
:lol: :lol: I just checked his site and I have actually been on that page before not realising it's ABV from this forum.

I've found Rambu!
I googled that book you have and found out there is actually an updated version:

http://www.bestwebbuys.com/Katalog_Film_In...l?isrc=b-search

It seems it was published as recently as last year. Now, if only I could find an Indo book store that carries it. B)

I've found Rambu!
HERE IT IS!!!

I found a blog in (I think) Indonesia or Malaysia where someone wrote about it.

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There's more stuff on the blog:

http://www.kumprinx.com/index.php?option=c...id=256&Itemid=1




I've found Rambu!
Another deja-vu post (i.e. copy of dvdmaniacs post)

This is insane!!! I have just found out that the version of RAMBU that we have in the West is another version than the one released in Indonesia!!!

Ian posted a link to the intro some posts back in connection with the photo, and as a response to that 5 min. intro someone put up the intro from the Indonesian language version and it's the same film... but Rambu is played by a different character!!! An Indonesian guy!!! It's ridiculous! He doesn't even look like Rambo!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwsUiSJaM7w


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AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT
LOL. I'll see if I can get my scanner working one of these days.