What's new on Blu-ray (UK) for Halloween 2021

Mark Costello

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MrMrH

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Great work @Mark Costello - a well timed and excellent list.
The most interesting one there for me, that I had heard of before but haven't yet been able to see, is "Road Games".
 

Mark Costello

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Great work @Mark Costello - a well timed and excellent list.
The most interesting one there for me, that I had heard of before but haven't yet been able to see, is "Road Games".
Thanks mate. Appreciate the feedback.

As I said, I was sort of shocked by Roadgames as I expected a very overt horror/thriller and that isn't at all what it is. It does have horror and thriller elements, but its also a complex character study and often quite amusing piece of drama as well, very much a sum of its many different parts.

The package from Indicator is a stunner though - considering they re-release their Limited Editions with all the same disk content at fairly low prices, they're rapidly becoming the high benchmark of boutique labels for me.
 

Rawschach

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Quality reviews as always. Half of these I have never heard of, possibly a good thing.

The Anaconda 3 review is the standout, I think I saw that turd back in the day but cannot remember a single thing about it. Not even the Hoff

Keep them coming Mark. You provide a great service protecting the innocent from poo movies
 

Russ 66

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Thanks for the round up, a couple more added to the Cinema Paradiso list.
I didn't know they had made Anaconda 2 let alone 3, the first was bad enough.
 

Russ 66

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Ste7en

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I'm sitting thinking "Eh, I've had a bunch of those for ages..." then I realised they'll be the standard reissues :)

I love cheesy horrors, but that William Grefé collection is a bit of a chore. I barely made it through Sting of Death :D

I really need to pick up Monstrum.
 

Casimir Harlow

Blu-ray Reviewer
I'm sitting thinking "Eh, I've had a bunch of those for ages..." then I realised they'll be the standard reissues :)

I love cheesy horrors, but that William Grefé collection is a bit of a chore. I barely made it through Sting of Death :D

I really need to pick up Monstrum.

Monstrum is a lot of fun (thanks @Mark Costello). I would have easily missed the hell out of it had Mark not said Korean kinda Brotherhood of the Wolf kinda. SOLD.

That's my defacto top of this list, but I still need to watch PG and Roadgames for sure.
 

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