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Author Topic: Seen and not seen's, recommendations and queries on top films in general.  (Read 623488 times)
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« Reply #15 on: January 07, 2010, 12:51:22 PM »

Terror Express pisses all over Night Train Murders. I have both swedish Video Invest and dutch Eagle 6 VHS releases of Terror Express... I was excited to see the DVD at Videodrome but hesitated to get it due to the high price. I am not sure but it looks like Camera Obscura bought up Sazuma. Same layout as Last House on the Beach and Suspected Death of a Minor. I heard from Nils / Videodrome that next release is So Sweet, So Dead. Only high quality titles... not to mention their DVD of Orozco the Embalmer!
 
Camera Obscura did first release of Pigfucking Movie but swedish release is better / cheaper alternative. I didn't notice much difference from the old vhs I had been watching... black and white, no dialogue... sometimes I prefer vhs to intensify filthy viewing experience.

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« Reply #16 on: January 07, 2010, 09:19:35 PM »

How much, round-about, is the Swedish disc for THE PIG FUCKING MOVIE? May have to look into that.

May do an order for TERROR EXPRESS soon too. Been awhile since I've bought any Euro-trash. Kind of itchin' for some right now!

Saving every dollar I can is kind of a pain in the ass......
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« Reply #17 on: January 08, 2010, 05:01:51 PM »

A friend of mine suggest the Image DVD edition



It seam the most uncut edition. Originale audio french and english subs
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« Reply #18 on: January 08, 2010, 06:07:16 PM »

a few years ago there was a very nice swedish Marco Ferreri 4-disc collection which included La Grande Bouffe, Tales of Ordinary Madness and two films I considered crap.

I think Svinet costs around €15 in stores... I am able to work in the videodrome store some weekends and so, get paid with dvd/vhs (even if I'm poor I can't live without the eurotrash!)
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« Reply #19 on: January 09, 2010, 04:01:35 PM »

Another italian suggestion

NEL PIU' ALTO DEI CIELI

a brief synopsis here ---> http://www.twistedanger.com/dvd842.html

One of the most violent, outrageous and blasphemous movie never viewed
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« Reply #20 on: January 09, 2010, 09:14:54 PM »

Another italian suggestion

NEL PIU' ALTO DEI CIELI

a brief synopsis here ---> http://www.twistedanger.com/dvd842.html

One of the most violent, outrageous and blasphemous movie never viewed

I agree, total recommendation!
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« Reply #21 on: January 12, 2010, 09:58:26 AM »

My favourite pasolini film is easily THE GOSPEL ACCORING TO ST. MATTHEW.
I wholeheartedly agree with the Alberto Cavallone recommendation earlier.  One of the most underrated of genre directors.  I finally got a copy recently of his budget-less BLOW JOB from ETC.  
In the 'style' of films mentioned in the prior posts, I can't recommend enough:
HUMAN ANIMALS (1983 dir. Eligio Herrero)
GISELLE (1980 dir. Victor Di Mello)
BESTIALITA (1976 dir. Peter Skerl)
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« Reply #22 on: January 12, 2010, 02:07:37 PM »

My favourite pasolini film is easily THE GOSPEL ACCORING TO ST. MATTHEW.
I wholeheartedly agree with the Alberto Cavallone recommendation earlier.  One of the most underrated of genre directors.  I finally got a copy recently of his budget-less BLOW JOB from ETC.  
In the 'style' of films mentioned in the prior posts, I can't recommend enough:
HUMAN ANIMALS (1983 dir. Eligio Herrero)
GISELLE (1980 dir. Victor Di Mello)
BESTIALITA (1976 dir. Peter Skerl)


I really like "the gospel according to st. matthew" too. in one of my final essays at university I made a connection between this a very obscure manoel de oliveira film called "acto da primavera" which are separeted by only one year I think. do you know it sam ? it´s a strange pseudo-doc about a third world styled celebration of the passion of christ done in a small village in trás-os-montes (literally behind-the-mountains) the most arid and desolate area in the north of portugal. very interesting work.

will try and check those three you recommend, thanks as usual !
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« Reply #23 on: January 12, 2010, 02:22:17 PM »

just found two short clips of "acto da primavera" on youtube :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQNeUZsL2bM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4izLls-r2bQ&feature=related

on a similar note, you should know antónio reis and his wife margarida cordeiro, one of the most obscure and one of the best portuguese directors of all time. very reclusive people and I think they only did about a film for decade. here is the begining of "trás-os-montes" :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhFN292zNg0
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« Reply #24 on: January 13, 2010, 02:21:06 AM »

Blowjob is a good one... I am so happy to see so many of his films surfacing now. I was hooked after I saw Blue Movie the first time. I have seen it available on Swedish x-rental once. The name of the label is Baroness and they only provided top notch titles for swedish market. Examples (rainbows are Hemvideo):


Got Bestialita on really crappy second/third copy from italian vhs... state-of-the-art sleaze. Thanks for the recommendations of Human Animals (looks amazing!) and Giselle. I managed to locate them on cinemageddon....


Something for people in Finland to track down:


In two weeks I release "CRIMINALIA volume 2" C60.... tracklist below:

A:
The Bootleggers / Cinque figli di cane [Alfio Caltabiano 1969]
Macrò - Guida uccide il venerdì [Stelvio Massi 1974]
Eyes Behind the Wall / L'occhio dietro la parete [Giuliano Petrelli 1977]
They Paid with Bullets / Tiempos de Chicago [Julio Diamante 1969]
Uccidete il vitello grasso e arrostitelo [Salvatore Samperi 1970]
The Climber / L'ambizioso [Pasquale Squitieri 1975]
Last Desperate Hours / Milano: il clan dei Calabresi [Giorgio Stegani 1974]
Man on His Knees / Un uomo in ginocchio [Damiano Damiani 1978]
The Maniac Responsible / ...a tutte le auto della polizia [Mario Caiano 1975]
Reflections in Black / Il vizio ha le calze nere [Tano Cimarosa 1975]
Your Hands on My Body / Le tue mani sul mio corpo [Brunello Rondi 1970]
In the Eye of the Hurricane / El ojo del huracán [José María Forqué 1971]
Blackmail / Lo strano ricatto di una ragazza per bene [Luigi Batzella 1974]
The Syndicate: A Death in the Family / Colpo rovente [Piero Zuffi 1969]
We Still Kill the Old Way / A ciascuno il suo [Elio Petri 1967]
With Heart in Mouth / Col guore in gola [Tinto Brass 1967]
Il diavolo nel cervello [Sergio Sollima 1972]
A Quiet Place to Kill / Paranoia [Umberto Lenzi 1970]
Knife of Ice / Il coltello di ghiaccio [Umberto Lenzi 1972]
Kriminal [Umberto Lenzi 1966]

B:
Bandits in Milan / Banditi a Milano [Carlo Lizzani 1968]
I Kiss the Hand / Baciamo le mani [Vittorio Schiraldi 1973]
Spell, Sweet Slaughterhouse / L'uomo, la donna e la bestia / Spell, dolce mattatoio [Alberto Cavallone 1977]
Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion / Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto [Elio Petri 1970]
I ragazzi della Roma violenta [Renato Savino 1976]
Come cani arrabbiati [Mario Imperoli 1976]
Night of Hate / Crónica de un atraco [Jaime Jesús Balcázar 1968]
Nine guests for a crime / Nove ospiti per un delitto [Ferdinando Baldi 1977]
Bandits in Milan / Banditi a Milano [Carlo Lizzani 1968]
Crazy Joe [Carlo Lizzani 1974]
Wake Up and Kill / Svegliati e uccidi [Carlo Lizzani 1966]
Day of Violence / Operazione Kappa: sparate a vista [Luigi Petrini 1977]
Special Squad Shoots on sight / La polizia ordina: Sparate a vista! [Giulio Giuseppe Negri 1976]
Execution Squad / La polizia ringrazia [Steno 1972]
The Cauldron of Death / Ricco [Tulio Demicheli 1973]
In the Highest of Skies / Nel più alto dei cieli [Silvano Agosti 1977]
Savage Three / Fango bollente [Vittorio Salerno 1975]

Edition of 100. C60. Silkscreened cover. mainly sourced from vhs. includes extractions from soundtracks, dialogue, effects. Rough edit and mixing.
PM if interested in one. Got maybe 15 copies left of vol 1
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« Reply #25 on: January 13, 2010, 09:43:11 AM »

Bringing any Criminalia 2 to GBG? And what about that Art-zine KO? Is it out? You know I need both.
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« Reply #26 on: January 13, 2010, 10:34:27 AM »

yes, I will bring copies of criminalia 2 to utmarken.
artzine is almost sold out of first batch (100 copies) but can be ordered from Timeless Editions shop:
http://www.timeless-shop.com/description.php?lang=2&sort=Id&target=new&id=905
I saved a copy for you Jonas.
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« Reply #27 on: January 13, 2010, 10:49:36 AM »

Great!
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« Reply #28 on: January 18, 2010, 06:31:52 PM »

Watched some movies, dealing with autopsies. Though these type of movies get rather boring after some time (human deconstructed and constructed again is  something rather monotonic and there is not much to add), but a couple of these stuck into my head.
Le Poeme 1985 - Autopsy with the narrator reading Arthur Rimbaud's "The Drunken Boat" http://www.mag4.net/Rimbaud/poesies/Boat.html. All in all it gives a rather strange feeling and though I don't like how the French language sounds, it kind of suited in the movie. And the finale with Nietzsche's words - What is keeping you, my friends? Come on, it's time, it's time!
Another one that was somewhat different - Path 1991 - existential thoughts of people talking while performing autopsies. One person was lady who died being pregnant so they cut the unborn fetus too to see why it was dead already etc. etc. I recommend these two. Others from the bunch was not that good.
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« Reply #29 on: January 18, 2010, 06:48:40 PM »

I remember era when there was strict video law in Finland, and all the underground people were very annoyed by cencorship. Magazine would include lists of how many seconds are missing from which VHS version and possibly which content. Crying about all the banned films you couldn't get without special connections. But then again, when suddenly instead of gore, splatter, slasher, horror, whatever movies topic was porn or mondo documentaries and shock videos with stuff like autopsies, many of those people would suddenly back stab the fellow video freak. "We have nothing to do this sick stuff, only consumed by those mentally insane. We just appreciate art" or whatever. This seemed to be mentality, that people would just aim for utmost extremeties a'la Nekromantic, but then be extremely upset about some vhs dub of real autopsy. Of course, difference of movie (actual piece of art) and just cheap shock tactic document is there, but always amused me.

I think one pretty nice autopsy related fictional movie is... was it Aftermath? Was issued on dvd too.
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