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Fox: Any chance of these titles in the next 12 months?
6 replies to this topic
Posted June 01 2002 - 10:07 AM
Peter, could you be kind enough to tell us whether any of these titles are in the works for DVD release: Julia 3 Women Black Widow Pretty Poison Thanks in anticipation.
Posted June 11 2002 - 08:29 AM
PRETTY POISON is a great film with wonderful performances by Tuesday Weld and Anthony Perkins. I'm not sure that Fox has ever released a home video version (Maltin's guide indicates that it was once available on VHS, but I've never seen it). I taped it a couple of years ago when it aired on one of the movie channels, but I wouldn't hesitate to plunk down cash for the DVD.
Posted June 11 2002 - 08:40 AM
I would also love to see Julia, 3 Women & Pretty Poison on DVD. 3 excellent films!
Posted June 11 2002 - 08:53 AM
And maybe FOX could give us an update on: One Million Years B.C. The Nanny (1965) The Anniversary (1968)
Posted June 14 2002 - 07:59 AM
I'll second Journey to the Center of the Earth. This classic film was oft mentioned during a chat with Fox awhile back. The voice of the people is crying out. And I'd like this film out while my kids are still kids. Thanks, Dan
Heck, I reckon you wouldn't even be human beings if you didn't have some pretty strong personal feelings about nuclear combat.
Posted June 15 2002 - 12:40 AM
Yes, PRETTY POISON, 3 WOMEN, and your few remaining Hammer films would be most welcome. Also, an uncut version of TALES FROM THE CRYPT, as recently broadcast on Fox Movie Channel, all the better to cash in on the renaissance given to Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. For that matter, aren't there other Amicus anthology films that the former Metromedia Corporation, whose assets you own now, used to handle? British horror has never been more popular since the '70's you know. And coming off the heels of the AMC backstory, the controversial MYRA BRECKINRIDGE would be terrific.
"As I looked back over my life, I realized that I enjoyed nothing--not art, not sex--more than going to the movies." -- Gore Vidal
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