Who would be interested in these discs?

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  1. Matthew_S

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    First off, these are not real. I just made them up. I would love to see them, probably would never happen.[​IMG]
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    i guess no one...well forget that idea. [​IMG]
     
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    There's probably some people interested in them.

    Now...if Criterion released

    MST3K: The Movie to DVD via Universal...I'd be one happy camper.
     
  4. Rain

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    How about a mock up of a Criterion edition of Fassbinder's masterpiece Berlin Alexanderplatz? Now that one I'd even email to Jon Mulvany.
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    [​IMG] on both of those releases!
     
  6. Nick Sievers

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    Love Fear and Loathing, would definately like to see that as a Criterion DVD, I watch the current disc a lot. I wonder what a Criterion Freddy Got Fingered would look like.
     
  7. Matthew_S

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    I have been waiting for a better version of fear & loathing..and throw in where the buffalo roams

    Late 80s ...Hunter S was working at the Mitchell's Bros Adult Theater as the night manager. I found out they were selling a tape of his and fought my way through the Japanese tourists and bought it. Unbelievable...Hunter all messed up shooting off flamethrowers and really strange and illegal stuff. only place they ever sold it..gave it to a girl..dammit what I use to do for....

    nevermind
     
  9. Matthew_S

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    So Rain....what do you think? [​IMG]
     
  10. Brook K

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    Excellent on BA, I'd like to see Criterions of The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant, El Topo, The Conformist, Repulsion
    I've got a mock up of Ikiru around somewhere. People were doing this sort of thing a lot on Criteriondvd.com for awhile.
     
  11. Rain

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    That's nice, but it's the wrong Berlin Alexanderplatz, dude.
    I'm talking about Fassbinder's 1980 15.5 hour miniseries starring Gunter Lamprecht.
    And, Brook K...you didn't even notice. :b
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  12. Matthew_S

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    oh, well.[​IMG]
     
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    I would be interested in them.
     
  14. Brook K

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    ooops, Well I thought Fassbinder was going "old school" with his cover art. :b
     

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