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Code Red DVD
Topic Started: Jun 24 2010, 10:23 AM (7,960 Views)
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Got myself Dead Pit, Trapped and Donīt go in the woods alone!!! Very :D Very pleased with those!!!
Hoped for the Nightmare release for a long time! Glad to have so many good VHS releases of that "wonderful" movie!!!! :wub:
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God bless Code Red DVD:
Nightmare will be released at the end of 2010
http://codereddvdblog.blogspot.com/ :hello!: :D :wub:
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From May 2014: CODE RED via Facebook

Another DVD label and the rights owner of Horror film received a registered letter from German high court over the sale of that horror film (BLU) to one German individual, as the movie was BANNED in Germany in 1982. DVD Label never sold this Blu to this man nor did USA DVD LABEL have German rights. Most likely this person bought it off Amazon or some other site and the German high court is pointing their finger to a US DVD label and its rights owner who has nothing to do with this. This could be a sick prank by another DVD label, but using the German court as a joke isn't funny. CODE RED’s lawyer strongly warns that any film BANNED in any country should not be shipped outside of the USA/CANADA, which means any Video Nasty film that was ever BANNED will no longer be shipped outside of North America. Sorry for this, but one rotten apple killed the spreading of exploitation movies across the world. This also means I can not sell these horror film 3rd party sellers.
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