Near Dark, Mad Monster Party and 3 Disc Dawn of the Dead coming from Anchor Bay!

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  1. John O

    John O Stunt Coordinator

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    Check out this link
    http://thedigitalbits.com/#mytwocents
    It looks like I will be making another deposit in the "Anchor Bay National Bank" [​IMG]
    I only mentioned the ones I will buy, but, they have tons of horror titles listed.
     
  2. Ken_McAlinden

    Ken_McAlinden Producer
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    I probably would have bought Mad Monster Party a few months ago, but the recent re-broadcast of it on AMC proved to be not as entertaining as I seemed to remember from my youth. It is nice that AB will be pulling it out of limbo, finally, though. I am so there for Near Dark and Dawn of the Dead.
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  3. Frank Anderson

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    Dates... I want dates

    Actually just one date for Near Dark
     
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    Near Dark and 3-disc Dawn of the Dead [​IMG]
     
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    It's about TIME that Anchor Bay got around to Near Dark. I don't know of any horror freaks who don't like this one.
    I'm buying it!
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    Ken, is Mad Monster Party as entertaining and macabre as "The Nightmare Before Christmas"? How does it compare to "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" in terms of animation and story?
     
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    I enjoyed Nightmare a lot, and usually get a kick out of the Rankin-Bass stop-motion stuff such as Rudolph, but MMP just bored me for some reason. It felt stretched out. I did like it as a kid because of the presence of all of the classic movie monsters.

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