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Dogma Documentary finally coming to DVD!

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Dean DeMass, Jul 31, 2002.

  1. Dean DeMass

    Dean DeMass Well-Known Member

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    The removed documentary from last years Dogma Special Edition is finally coming out on DVD. According to DVD File it will be on the release of the View Askew film, Vulgar. Click here to read about it.
    I cannot wait to see this documentary. [​IMG]
    -Dean-
     
  2. John Berggren

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    Does anyone know about Vulgar? Is it a good film? What's it about?
     
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    You know the animated clown thing that's in the beginning of Clerks? It's about him. Haven't seen the film, but appearantly the clown is a serial killer or something.
     
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    OK, I'm as big a fan of Kevin Smith's movies as anyone...love every one of them...but I smell a rat...

    $24.95 for a documentary that "should of" been free on a spec. edition DVD???

    The doc got cut at the last minute?

    At best, this should be $9.99 or even downloadable from their website (they talk about doing this, did it get done?)

    Anyways, don't get me wrong, this just seems like a lot of money for a documentary disk that should of been free to begin with...

    -Mike
     
  6. Dean DeMass

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    Michael,

    The doc is on the DVD as an extra. It is going to be on the DVD release of the View Askew film, Vulgar. There is just more than the Documentary on this DVD.

    -Dean-
     
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    From DVD Review:
     
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    This is the first I've heard about another Dogma release. I think I'd be more likely to rebuy Dogma than to pick up Vulgar.
     
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    Or...why not just put it on "Jersey Girls" when that gets released?

    Mike
     
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    I'm in the same boat as Matt....hmm that sounds odd. [​IMG]
    I always wanted to see Vulgar anyway, so I figure it's a win-win.
     
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    As of May, right from Walt & Steve-Dave's mouth at the View-Askew booth Vulgar is where the doc is finding home
    I too am getting it for the documentary [​IMG]
     
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    Well there seems to be conflict amonst the news sites. Newsaskew.com says they confirmed with Lions Gate that there WILL NOT be any new Dogma DVD's coming out. DAMN! I was hoping to avoid buying a film where a clown gets sodomized for 20 minutes.

    But it looks like it will have to be added to the collection.

    EDIT: Also, does anyone know how long the doc is? Because it had better not be under 45 minutes long. Just no worth it to see a clown gets sodomized for 20 minutes.
     
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    The doc is about 2 hours
    There is a similar doc for J&SBSB that should be premiering at San Diego Comic Con this weekend
     
  19. BertFalasco

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    When was Vulgar filmed? Nice, I anticipate the doc for J&SBSB more I must say (if it's ever released).

    Also, what the hell is Kevin Smith doing with Miramax. After all the not wanting to promote Dogma and publish and have anything to do with Dogma and what not?!?

    Jay and Silent Bob is funny as shiza....

    -Bert
     
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    I gotta say, I'd much rather just buy a 2-disc set containg the Dogma & J&SBSB docs. Like most here, I'm not interested in a film in which
    a clown gets sodomized for 20 minutes.
     

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