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- Jun 19, 2008
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Who currently owns the rights to the 1985 film Bridge Across Time (aka Terror at London Bridge), which stars David Hasselholf?
This is a good list. Rhinestone/Turk 182!/Six Pack... I'd love to have those in any form.Originally Posted by Rob P S
Au revoir les enfants
King of the Hill
Meatballs Part II
Terror in the Aisles
Up the Creek
Ask Cliff Mac in the Shout! Factory thread about Hunter's Blood (1986). Has a good cast (Sam Bottoms, Kim Delaney, Clu Gulager, Ken Swofford, Bruce Glover (Diamonds Are Forever), Billy Drago, Charles Cyphers (Halloween), Eugene Robert Glazer (La Femme Nikita) and Billy Bob Thornton).Originally Posted by Luisito34
I've been on a Deliverance kick since watching Code Red's DVD of Rituals so I'm digging up all my "man-vs.-nature (or hillbilly)-themed movies to watch. "Hunter's Blood", from 1986, was better than I remembered, although it has a bit of a movie-of-the-week feel to it despite a couple of gory tidbits. This had a Concorde logo - I wonder if it's the same as New Concorde - Roger Corman's company. It would make a nice Shout Factory DVD if they've got the rights.
Terror in the Aisles will be included as an extra on Universal's 30th anniversary Blu-ray release of Halloween II (1981). Check the thread about Halloween II and Halloween III: Season of the Witch in the Blu-ray folder about the discussion on Terror in the Aisles.Originally Posted by Rob P S
Terror in the Aisles
They are known to released unauthorized DVDs of films.WaveCrest said:Has anyone here got Drive-In Massacre (1977) on DVD? It was released by a DVD distributor called Cheezy Flicks Entertainment in 2007. The aspect ratio stated on the title's Amazon.com listing page is 1.33:1. The film's IMDb technical specifications page it says the intended ratio was 1.85:1, but IMDb (like Amazon) does sometimes have incorrect aspect ratio info for some films.
Thanks for your reply. I'll pass on that film until someone else releases it.Originally Posted by DeWilson
They are known to released unauthorized DVDs of films.
Not sure if that is the case here, but they have been known to be one of "Those" companies to release pressed discs on titles they didn't have rights to.