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Code Red : 100% exploitation

Messagepar Florent » 22 déc. 2007, 18:07

Je fais suivre l'info de dvd drive in qui me donne bien envie...et qui sait peut être que cela donnera des idées à notre fumeur de Chat préféré :wink:

http://www.codereddvd.com/

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Dont' Go in the Woods (1982)

"Everyone has nightmares about the ugliest way to die."

Four young campers, Craig, Peter, Ingrid and Joanie, back-pack through the mountains for a relaxing weekend in the wilderness. While they are out camping in broad daylight, someone starts killing tourists in the woods. Craig warns the others not to go into the woods alone. The hillsides are crawling with fat women huffing up hillsides, nerdy bird-watchers, and young couples. Most of whom meet gruesome ends at the hands of a deranged and growling woodsman with a sharp spike. They enter a forest which becomes denser and darker as they progress. Peter (Nick Mc Clelland) and Ingrid (Mary Galeartz) fear that they are lost. The rest of the terrifying night is spent running and hiding from the maniac murderer (Tom Drury) who is constantly in pursuit. Meanwhile the local sheriff and his deputy decide they should start to investigate some of those disappearances.

Running time: 82 minutes.

SPECIAL FEATURES

All new intro by CKY's Deron Miller
Director supervised full frame transfer from the original negatives
New hour-long featurette with cast and crew directed,produced, edited and photographed by original director James Bryan.
Vintage 15-minute talk show appearance.
Audio commentary with director Bryan.
Bonus commentary with CKY's Deron Miller, star Mary Gail Artz and director Bryan.

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The Forest (1983)

DADDY'S GONE A HUNTING.

Two campers Sharon and Teddy are terrorized in the spooky dark woods of the California wilderness by a cannibalistic knife-wielding madman. Teddy is killed but Sharon manages to escape. Their boyfriends, Steve and Charlie, take refuge in an old cave to protect themselves from the storm. There they meet the killer, an old man wearing a beat up old baseball cap named John. He tells them the story of how he killed his unfaithful wife and her lover. He then gathered his two children and ran off into the forest. Unfortunately, his kids got sick and they commited suicide. Since then, he has developed a taste for human flesh and will kill anybody who trespasses on his territory. Sharon teames up with the ghosts of his two dead children who came back to help stop dear old dads' bad eating habits. Can Sharon save her boyfriend in time and stop the canablism?

Running time: 90 minutes.


SPECIAL FEATURES

Anamorphic widescreen (1:78)
Commentary with Director Don Jones and actor Gary Kent
Bonus commentary with Don Jones and director of photography Stuart Asbjornsen moderated by journalist Greg Goodsell
On camera interview with Gary Kent, Don Jones and Stuart Asbjornsen filmed and conducted by Greg Goodsell
Still Gallery.

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Devil Times Five (1974)

NOT SINCE "VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED" HAS DEATH BECOME SO SAVAGE... OR SURVIVAL SO HOPELESS!

This quirky psychological thriller involves a quintet of extremely disturbed, sociopathic kids who stumble into the luxurious winter retreat of a wealthy patriarch (Gene Evans) and his arrogant guests. Little do the vacationers realize that the children are escapees from an asylum for the criminally insane — a fact they realize only after their doom has been sealed.

Running time: 88 minutes.


SPECIAL FEATURES

Brand New transfer from original long to be lost vault materials
Audio Commentary by Dawn Lyn, Joan McCall, Mickey Blowitz and David Shelton moderated by film historian Darren Gross
On Camera interview with cast members Tierre Turner, Joan McCall and Dawn Lynn, and producer Mickey Blowitz and co-Director David Shelton.
Anamorphic widescreen (1:78)
Alternate title
Still gallery
Trailer

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The Fabulous Journey to the Center of the Earth (1976)

"INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES IN A FANTASTIC WORLD..."

Based on the novel by Jules Verne. Four people try to get to the center of the planet by entering into a world of caves via a volcano. On their way, they discover a lost world that includes prehistoric animals and dinosaurs. This film played theatrically as 'WHERE TIME BEGAN'.

Running time: 87 minutes.

SPECIAL FEATURES

Anamorphic widescreen presentation (1:78)
Original trailer
Still gallery
Alternate opening credit

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Schoolgirls in Chains (1973)

THEY WERE ABDUCTED AND VIOLATED... BUT THE WORST WAS YET TO COME!

Gary Kent plays a psychopath who abducts women and holds them prisoner and an isolated rural farmhouse. His retarded brother Johnny (John Stoglin) forces the captive girls into protracted games of "doctor" while the mens unseen mother barks commands from her attic bedroom. When Kent sets his sights on a shapely coed at a nearby college, the mens unconventional lifestyle unravels leading to a terrifing climax. Called " a sick little number that more than lived up to its exploitive title" by Screem Magazine, Code Red is proud to present this cult classic first time on DVD.

"Schoolgirls is an extremely accomplished quickie with beautiful photography and lighting from Garcia. It has atmosphere and good production values. And it goes beyond the call of duty in being unpleasant." Screem Magazine

Stars GARY KENT (THE FOREST, SATAN'S SADISTS)
Merrie lynn Ross (CLASS OF 1984, BOBBIE JO AND THE OUTLAW)
Cheryl Waters (MACON COUNTY LINE)
Tom Kelly (TARGETS)

Directed by Don Jones (THE FOREST)

Photgraphed by Ronald Victor Garcia (TWIN PEAKS, ONE FROM THE HEART)

Running time: 86 minutes.


SPECIAL FEATURES Specs (not finalized yet)

1:66 transfer supervised by Ron Victor Garcia (TWIN PEAKS) from the only surviving vault element
Audio commentary with director of photography Ron Victor Garcia and director Don Jones moderated by journalist Greg Godsell
Bonus commentary with star Gary Kent and director Don Jones moderated by Walter Olsen
On camera interview with Ron Garcia, Don Jones
Original Trailer
Alternate title sequence (LET'S PLAY DEAD)

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The Hazing (1977)

HE HAD GOOD GRADES... A GOOD GIRL... GOOD BUDDIES... UNTIL THEY PUT HIM THROUGH... THE HAZING.

A college freshman rushes a fraternity and witnesses another pledge's death during a hazing ritual. He and the other fraternity brothers try to cover up the accident and hide the body.

Running time: 95 minutes.

SPECIAL FEATURES

Audio commentary with director Doug Curtis, actors Jeff East, Jim Boelsen, David Hayward moderated by film historian Lee Christian.
On camera interview with cast and director.

et les futures sorties :lovely: :lovely: :lovely: :lovely:

BOARDINGHOUSE(1982)
SOLE SURVIVOR (1983)
Beyond the Door (1974)
Boardinghouse
Caged Men Plus One Woman
The Chilling
Choke Canyon
The Dark Ride
The Dead Pit
Derby
The Farmer (1977)
Hot Moves
Human Experiments
Last Victim aka Forced Entry (1975)
Maniac Vanishes 2
Nightmare (1981)
Silent Scream (1980)
Sole Survivor (1983)
Sweet Sixteen
Teenage Hitch-Hikers
The Visitor (1979)

à noter que leur blog permet de suivre la confection de leur dvd :lovely:

http://codereddvdblog.blogspot.com/
02/12/81-14/05/08 RIP

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Re: Code Red : 100% exploitation

Messagepar Jeremie » 07 juil. 2008, 13:44

A prévoir : du fermier pas content, du Roller, un petit film anglais scénarisé par Polanski et du War Movie.
Mais surtout : Le silence qui tue et The visitor avec son casting de malades : Mel Ferrer, John Huston, Shelley Winters, Glenn Ford, John Huston, Sam Peckinpah :shock:

WHAT THE FUCK !??? :crazymeuh:

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Re: Code Red : 100% exploitation

Messagepar foxybronx » 07 juil. 2008, 20:36

Ils vont sortir aussi une édition spéciale de Black Gestapo en copie restaurée avec commentaires audio des 2 vedettes du film.
Le Fermier ça a l'air d'être quelque chose... J'ai vu la bande annonce, on croirait presque une fausse trailer parodique, du José Bové version Machet... :mrgreen:
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Re: Code Red : 100% exploitation

Messagepar Jeremie » 19 oct. 2008, 19:14

Annonce de Sweet Sixteen et Hot Moves pour le 21 :

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Messagepar Léo » 19 oct. 2008, 20:38

Hot Moves ça fait un moment que je veux le voir, ça sent le teen movie pourri mais y'a Jill Schoelen ! [inlove]
Oui, ça n'intéresse que moi et je vous emmerde ! :D
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Messagepar Jeremie » 27 mars 2009, 19:41

Code Red annonce Means Johnny Barrows, Zombie Nightmare et Messiah of Evil (avec un nouveau transfert top !). :wink: [inlove] [inlove]

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Messagepar Jeremie » 04 oct. 2009, 18:25

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Messagepar Kerozene » 04 oct. 2009, 21:50

STUNT ROCK: Brian Trenchard-Smith Powa!!!
C'est un super film très con mais très fun!

Pour le reste, je connais pas tout, mais ça fait :shock: :crazymeuh: :lovely:
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Messagepar Léo » 05 oct. 2009, 14:53

Messiah of Evil c'est très très bien !
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Messagepar Filou » 07 oct. 2009, 10:13

Quelques critiques (en anglais) :

Trapped : http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/trapped1982.php

Messiah of Evil : http://www.cinemademerde.com/Messiah_of_Evil.shtml

Sweet 16 : http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/sweetsixteendc.php

The strangeness : http://www.horrordvds.com/viewarticle.php?articleid=753

Le son semble souvent être un problème chez cet éditeur.
It's the angel-man
I'm deranged

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Re: Code Red : 100% exploitation

Messagepar alfie » 07 oct. 2009, 10:27

Week end murders, je trouve pas la bande annonce, un forumeur dont le nom commence par S l'aurait-il uploadé à tout hasard ? Merci d'avance. :D

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Re: Code Red : 100% exploitation

Messagepar Léo » 08 oct. 2009, 12:57

Ah mais Sweet 16 aussi c'est très très bien !!

Mon topic ici : viewtopic.php?f=6&t=13636&p

PS : N'écoutez pas cette raclure de Kéro ! :D
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Messagepar sly » 13 oct. 2009, 11:23

Rituals est aussi prévu en DVD... Ils étaient 5 chez nous...

http://1kult.guhmes.com/2009/10/13/rituals-sort-en-dvd/

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Messagepar Kerozene » 03 nov. 2009, 00:50

Léo a écrit :Ah mais Sweet 16 aussi c'est très très bien !!

Mon topic ici : viewtopic.php?f=6&t=13636&p

PS : N'écoutez pas cette raclure de Kéro ! :D


Non non, c'est de la merde :mrgreen:
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Re: Code Red : 100% exploitation

Messagepar sly » 21 avr. 2010, 22:11

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Une affiche et un propos assez racolleurs, un film sympatoche et assez étrange, rappelant Candy de Christian Marquand en moins fou... :wink:


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