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Slaughterhouserock
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 Posted: Wed Jul 13th, 2005 01:34 am

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Reign in Blood wrote: Damnit, why doesnt Netflix have Chopping Mall when its obviously on DVD so i can just burn it. How much did it cost, Slaughter?
 

It was fifteen bucks, but get this, it was on tv tonight.  It figures that the day I fucking buy it it comes on tv...bastards. :P



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 Posted: Wed Jul 13th, 2005 01:37 am

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Slaughterhouserock wrote: Just bought Chopping Mall(finally), Zombie Death House, and Sideshow(vhs).
 

Three interesting directors there, Slaughter.  The great Fred Olen Ray, horror veteran director Jim Wynorski, and NOES's John Saxon!

 



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 Posted: Wed Jul 13th, 2005 01:38 am

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Slaughterhouserock wrote: Reign in Blood wrote: Damnit, why doesnt Netflix have Chopping Mall when its obviously on DVD so i can just burn it. How much did it cost, Slaughter?
 

It was fifteen bucks, but get this, it was on tv tonight.  It figures that the day I fucking buy it it comes on tv...bastards. :P

I can't believe it, Chopping Mall hasn't been on TV in 15 years. 



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Foo wrote: Three interesting directors there, Slaughter.  The great Fred Olen Ray, horror veteran director Jim Wynorski, and NOES's John Saxon!

 

Don't I know it.  I had no idea Saxon was the director of Zombie Death House until after I bought it.  I figured with a name like that it was bound to be cheesy as hell, but with Saxon as the director, it might be good cheese.



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Foo wrote: I can't believe it, Chopping Mall hasn't been on TV in 15 years. 

 

I know, and it was on a pay-station no less.



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Slaughterhouserock wrote: Reign in Blood wrote: Damnit, why doesnt Netflix have Chopping Mall when its obviously on DVD so i can just burn it. How much did it cost, Slaughter?
 

It was fifteen bucks, but get this, it was on tv tonight.  It figures that the day I fucking buy it it comes on tv...bastards. :P

That happens a lot with me for some strange reason?

 



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Booze man wrote: That happens a lot with me for some strange reason? 

 

It only happened to me one other time that I can remember and it was an equally obscure film called the Eliminators. :P



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Slaughterhouserock wrote: Foo wrote: Three interesting directors there, Slaughter.  The great Fred Olen Ray, horror veteran director Jim Wynorski, and NOES's John Saxon!

 

Don't I know it.  I had no idea Saxon was the director of Zombie Death House until after I bought it.  I figured with a name like that it was bound to be cheesy as hell, but with Saxon as the director, it might be good cheese.

 

Well, even if its bad, the DVD box looks cool.



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 Posted: Wed Jul 13th, 2005 01:44 am

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It seems to be just random movies with me though!



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Slaughterhouserock wrote: Booze man wrote: That happens a lot with me for some strange reason? 

 

It only happened to me one other time that I can remember and it was an equally obscure film called the Eliminators. :P

it happened to me with audition... though technically i didnt buy that.



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zombie wrote: it happened to me with audition... though technically i didnt buy that.

 

Stealing is wrong, Zombie.

 



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Foo wrote: zombie wrote: it happened to me with audition... though technically i didnt buy that.

 

Stealing is wrong, Zombie.

 

it is.... i know, but i couldnt resist, it was just there in the mailbox, no one was looking, and snatch....



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 Posted: Wed Jul 13th, 2005 03:23 am

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Today I got American Werwolf in London, Resevoir Dogs, and Natural Born Killers all for $10 at Suncoast. And Dementia 13 for $5.99 at Sam Goody.

I saw Suncoast has Zombie Holocast for $19.99 and while I've heard lots of good things about it (mainly the fact that it contains a lot of gore) I'm wondering if I can find it cheaper somewhere else. Anyone got any suggestions?

Also Slaughter, what channel was Chopping Mall on? I've been wanting to see that for a while, but have no desire to fork out $14.99 on a blind buy :s



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Monica4937 wrote: Also Slaughter, what channel was Chopping Mall on? I've been wanting to see that for a while, but have no desire to fork out $14.99 on a blind buy :s
 

It was on Showtime Beyond...whatever channel that may be where you are.  And I spend that kind of money on movies I've never even heard of all the time.  There's one film called Japanese Hell I'm tempted to get, but it costs $30.  That's kinda pushing it for something I know nothing about.



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Slaughterhouserock wrote: Monica4937 wrote: Also Slaughter, what channel was Chopping Mall on? I've been wanting to see that for a while, but have no desire to fork out $14.99 on a blind buy :s
 

It was on Showtime Beyond...whatever channel that may be where you are.  And I spend that kind of money on movies I've never even heard of all the time.  There's one film called Japanese Hell I'm tempted to get, but it costs $30.  That's kinda pushing it for something I know nothing about.

Oooohhhhh sweet! I totally get that channel! Man I hope it comes on again :grin

Wow you are a lot braver than me when it comes to blind buys. I pretty much won't go past $10 :s 



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 Posted: Wed Jul 13th, 2005 04:10 pm

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for blind buys i'll go up to $30.. but usually i know what the movie is like somewhat, before buying it... through reviews and such.



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zombie wrote: for blind buys i'll go up to $30.. but usually i know what the movie is like somewhat, before buying it... through reviews and such.
Wow........care to take me shopping sometime Mr. Money man? :p Ya usually when I blind buy I know a little bit about the film and what not. I have seriously considered getting this Zombie Holocaust DVD because I've heard tons of good stuff....but man...$19.99...:s...:odd...:quoi...:think...:shame 

 



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Monica4937 wrote: zombie wrote: for blind buys i'll go up to $30.. but usually i know what the movie is like somewhat, before buying it... through reviews and such.
Wow........care to take me shopping sometime Mr. Money man? :p Ya usually when I blind buy I know a little bit about the film and what not. I have seriously considered getting this Zombie Holocaust DVD because I've heard tons of good stuff....but man...$19.99...:s...:odd...:quoi...:think...:shame 

 

lol well if you're driving. :p i hope you like the zombie holocaust dvd... but yeah $20.00... again if you're driving! heheh...  



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zombie wrote: Monica4937 wrote: zombie wrote: for blind buys i'll go up to $30.. but usually i know what the movie is like somewhat, before buying it... through reviews and such.
Wow........care to take me shopping sometime Mr. Money man? :p Ya usually when I blind buy I know a little bit about the film and what not. I have seriously considered getting this Zombie Holocaust DVD because I've heard tons of good stuff....but man...$19.99...:s...:odd...:quoi...:think...:shame 

 

lol well if you're driving. :p i hope you like the zombie holocaust dvd... but yeah $20.00... again if you're driving! heheh...  

 

haha are you sure you want to trust MY driving?

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Monica4937 wrote: zombie wrote: Monica4937 wrote: zombie wrote: for blind buys i'll go up to $30.. but usually i know what the movie is like somewhat, before buying it... through reviews and such.
Wow........care to take me shopping sometime Mr. Money man? :p Ya usually when I blind buy I know a little bit about the film and what not. I have seriously considered getting this Zombie Holocaust DVD because I've heard tons of good stuff....but man...$19.99...:s...:odd...:quoi...:think...:shame 

 

lol well if you're driving. :p i hope you like the zombie holocaust dvd... but yeah $20.00... again if you're driving! heheh...  

 

haha are you sure you want to trust MY driving?

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hahahha... hmm... :think



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