Bloodsport on DVD finally!

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  1. Rob T

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    We've got word on another great batch of Warner titles on the way. Look The Bourne Identity (1988 - TV) on 8/27, Little Big League on 9/3, Death to Smoochy on 9/17, Murder by Numbers on 9/24, Stephen King's It, Auntie Mame, Bloodsport, Stephen King's Cat's Eye, The Curse of Frankenstein, Firefox, Heartbreat Ridge, Horror of Dracula, The Shop Around the Corner, Strange Brew, The Thin Man and A Perfect World on 10/1. And we've also got word that New Line's Jason Goes to Hell will hit DVD on 10/8, along with Warner's Richie Rich's Christmas Wish. And finally, Fingers will street on 11/5.
    It'll probably be barebones, like Double Impact, but that's ok! [​IMG]
     
  2. Drue Elrick

    Drue Elrick Stunt Coordinator

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    Woot! FINALLY! Now they just have to get Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins on DVD... =)
     
  3. Aaryn Chan

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    I saw Bloodsport II for 6$ CANADIAN!! new at walkmart.
     
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    I believe all the sequels on DVD are P&S.Grrrrr....
     
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    "I AM READY..." -Dux
    "I'M NOT YER PAL DICKFACE" -Jackson
    "OK USA!!" (thumbs up)-weird looking asian man guarding entrance to kumite
    this movie had some of the finest acting....ever [​IMG]
     
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    I don't know why but when I was in my teen years me and my brothers would always stop what we were doing if we saw that Bloodsport was on and watch the movie to the end. I can't remember how many times we saw this movie. We thought the dipping the hands in glass was so cool back then. I watch it now and just laugh at the acting. I wonder why we like this movie so much back then.
     
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    "whats the difference if Bruce Springstein is his sidoshi?!"
    man i just love that line!!
    im gonna be like camping overnight to get this DVD. Its one of my favorites!!! woohoo!!![​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    "You are next"

    "Now I break you like I break your friend"

    - Bolo or "Chong Li"

    This is on my buy list!!!
     
  11. Matt Krapf

    Matt Krapf Stunt Coordinator

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    Excellent.
    Bloodsport. I REALLY liked this flick.
    Kumite!
    Kumite!
    Kumite!
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  12. John Sullmeyer

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    Hell yeah! Is it going to be anamorphic?
     
  13. Rob T

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    As much as I hate non-OAR films - somehow I end up watching this film almost everytime it comes on TV - hack job & all.
    This is a must-buy-day-one. Period!
    Now where is Roadhouse??? [​IMG]
    Calvin
     
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    Im glad to see they used the original poster art for the 10/1 movies! Apparently Warner is listening! [​IMG]
     
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    Guilty pleasure to the max. I loved this when I was growing up and count me in for one who will be buying this when released :b . I always liked the scene where that guy who bounces around like a monkey gets his leg snapped [​IMG]
     
  19. JasonKrol

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    thats not the guy that gets his leg snapped...some noname does. (where the bone is all exposed etc)

    the monkey guy gets like bearhugged by the sumo guy I believe (he does get bear hugged, but I dunno if that is what finishes him off)

    i also love how horrible of an actor the "young van damme" is, during the flash back scenes of him stealing the sword etc.

    "what kind of a deal."
     
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    I've got it on P&S laserdisc and will gladly retire it for an anamorphic transfer of this flick. Sadly, I don't think it'll be OAR. [​IMG]
    "You know, you might want to think about having kids one day."
     

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