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Music / Re: What have you been listening to?
« Last post by geezer butler on Today at 03:23:23 AM »
watching footage of the original monsters of rock

Alice Cooper: Killer 1972 (Best part is around 5:00, leading up to the hanging)

Kiss: God of Thunder 1977 Awesome footage of Gene spitting up blood all over the place

Black Sabbath: Black Sabbath 1970 (rare promotional music video for title track)

Classic Monster Movies / Re: New Blu-ray/DVD Releases
« Last post by geezer butler on Today at 03:17:33 AM »
I dig the new IM and will grab that blue-ray fo' shizzle
The Curse of the Werewolf (1961)
Kiss of the Vampire (1963)
Underworld (2003)
Underworld: Evolution (2006)
Classic Monster Movies / Re: New Blu-ray/DVD Releases
« Last post by Monsters For Sale on Today at 12:10:19 AM »

Invisible Man, The, 2020 - BLU-Ray, Universal - Scheduled Release Date - May 26, 2020

       Also available in 4K.

It's The Invisible Man;  it's Universal; it's in color; it's in stereo!  But..., it doesn't have Claude Rains.

I know some of you weren't thrilled by this movie.  But, if you weren't looking for an updated re-telling of the 1933 classic, would you still think it was a stinker?  What if it were made by Warner Bros. and peddled as a straight thriller with touches of sci-fi elements?  Would you still dislike it?

     Special features

     -Includes Blu-ray, DVD and a digital copy of The Invisible Man (2020) (Subject to expiration. Go to for details.)
     -Deleted Scenes
     -Moss Manifested
     -Director's Journey with Leigh Whannell
     -The Players
     -Timeless Terror
     -Feature Commentary with Writer/Director Leigh Whannell

I'm glad it's out on BLU-Ray.  I don't go to theaters - haven't in many years.
Memorable Memorabilia / Re: Puzzles, anyone?
« Last post by Hepcat on April 08, 2020, 10:08:28 PM »
Here's another monstery slide puzzle:

I have watched so many movies this past two weeks.  It would take another week to list on the UMA. Lol!!

Harry Houdini
Music / Re: When a cover song is better than the original.
« Last post by Hepcat on April 08, 2020, 09:45:37 PM »
With a Little Help from My Friends was a track included on the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band LP released on 26 May 1967:

A cover by Joe Cocker was released in October 1968 and went in an entirely different direction than the original:


Classic Monster Movies / Re: New Blu-ray/DVD Releases
« Last post by Monsters For Sale on April 08, 2020, 09:36:50 PM »

Cannibal Apocalypse, 1980 - BLU-Ray - Kino Lorber - Scheduled Release Date:  March 17, 2020

John Saxon, Tony King and Elizabeth Turner.

Three Vietnam vets return to America only to live an even more horrifying existence.

     Special Features:

          -NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Tim Lucas
          -CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE REDUX: Documentary Featuring John Saxon, John Morghen (Giovanni Lombardo Radice) and director Antonio Margheriti
          -CANNIBAL KING: NEW Interview with Actor Tony King
          -APOCALYPSE IN THE STREETS: A Video Tour of Filming Locations
          -European Theatrical Trailer
          -Japanese Teaser
          -Alternate U.S. Opening Sequence
          -Optional English Subtitles
          -Dual-Layered BD50 Disc

This little Italian jewel opened in 9 other countries before reaching the U.S.  Was heavily censored in many of those countries - And has at least 25 AKA titles (7 of them in Germany alone).
Tom, Dick and Harry
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