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  1. Steven Hill

    Kino Lorber Insider (Read Guidelines Post #3)

    Aw come on, hardly even worth asking - why would they do one and not the other?
  2. Steven Hill

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    Insider, can you please fill us in on the status of the previously announced Let's Kill Uncle?
  3. Steven Hill

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    I'm hoping for Erich von Stroheim's The Wedding March (Paramount 1928) which hasn't been released on any format since VHS. But of course I'd welcome any Fay Wray films. She didn't work for Universal very often, but a lot of her Paramount films still exist. I feel like the Universal TV series...
  4. Steven Hill

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    Can anyone tell me what happened to Let's Kill Uncle which was announced early this year? Delayed? Cancelled?
  5. Steven Hill

    THE CREATURE WASN'T NICE - Original Director's Cut finally coming to DVD!

    I'm very excited for this. I've been kinda gently pestering Bruce for a decent release of this fun movie for a long time. :D
  6. Steven Hill

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    Holy cow, THE GREY FOX! That's one that I never ever expected. And it makes me very happy. I have the (pretty rare) fullscreen laserdisc but it's suffering from speckling. It's another little-known film that deserves to be seen more widely. Farnsworth is just magnificent. Okay, KLI, there's...
  7. Steven Hill

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    Iceman is such a beautiful movie. I remember reading Roger Ebert's 4-star review in the Sun-Times when the movie came out, and I'm glad it convinced me to see it because it's been an enduring favorite of mine since then.
  8. Steven Hill

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    Insider, if you don't mind me asking, what are the chances for KL to release the John Barrymore SVENGALI?
  9. Steven Hill

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    Homebodies is a great little unknown flick. Never even had a DVD release, as far as I know. I haven't seen it since 1979 on HBO!
  10. Steven Hill

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    Anything you do with the 3-D Film Archive is always an eagerly anticipated must-buy. Thank you!
  11. Steven Hill

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    I'm excited for my #1 favorite film of all time, Brighton Rock - even if I already have the Region B release - partly because it is, as far as I know, the first time it's ever been released on home video in any format in the USA. I'm also excited for another Boulting Brothers film on the list -...
  12. Steven Hill

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    My most wanted Universal title is Val Lewton's final film APACHE DRUMS (dir. Hugo Fregonese). Even most Val Lewton fans haven't seen it...and they really should. Yeah it's a western, but it's got strong horror vibes for the second half of the film - a situation quite similar in feel and style to...