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Well, I didn't buy'em, but I got promotional copies of these in the mail while I was away over the weekend:

 

Seven Witches - YEARS OF THE WITCH

Nuclear Assault - LIVE AT THE FASTER, HARDER, LOUDER FESTIVAL

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Well, I didn't buy'em, but I got promotional copies of these in the mail while I was away over the weekend:

 

Seven Witches - YEARS OF THE WITCH

Nuclear Assault - LIVE AT THE FASTER, HARDER, LOUDER FESTIVAL

 

 

 

Have you had a chance to view the Seven Witches yet?

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Well, I didn't buy'em, but I got promotional copies of these in the mail while I was away over the weekend:

 

Seven Witches - YEARS OF THE WITCH

Nuclear Assault - LIVE AT THE FASTER, HARDER, LOUDER FESTIVAL

 

 

 

Have you had a chance to view the Seven Witches yet?

 

A little bit of it but not much. It looks more like a decent quality bootleg than a real "professional" DVD but then I guess Seven Witches aren't exactly Metallica so they didn't have a huge budget. It was shot when James Rivera was still singing for them.

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Last week:

 

Seventh Key - Live in Atlanta

Pride of Lions - Live in Belgium

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I passed a display of "scary movies" at Walmart yesterday and couldn't resist picking up FRIDAY THE 13th PART VI: JASON LIVES and PART VII: THE NEW BLOOD for only five bucks apiece ...

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Good To See You Again Alice Cooper.

Alice Cooper Live At Montreux DVD/CD.

Rainbow Live In Munich 1977.

Pat Benatar - The Complete Video Collection.

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Thin Lizzy - Live At Sydney Harbour, 1978.

 

The sound is shit even for digitally remastered but a very young Gary Moore is absolutely incredible.

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We bought my son "The Polar Express" and Disney/Pixar's "Cars" for his birthday today

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THE PROPOSITION (gritty, violent Australian western)

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE III (best of the series)

FLASHBACK (lame German slasher/horror)

DISTRICT 13 (kickass French action movie)

LUCKY NUMBER SLEVIN (great film)

SEE NO EVIL (haven't watched it yet)

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KISS - ROCK THE NATION LIVE.......This is a ripper of a DVD.....They play alot of songs they normally don't play......Great show.......a big :tumbsup:

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Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation ... Live DVD '88....just picked it up off eBay

 

Didn't know this had been released, I thought it was a boot at first but Amazon.com are stocking it as are a few European stores. Anyone with any further info?

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LEATHERFACE: TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE III :anon:

 

Best line in that movie:

 

"Why are you DOING this?"

"Because we're HUNGRY!"

"Haven't you people heard of PIZZA?"

 

:lol:

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Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation live

 

Sh*t in a box - Crap sound, crappy camera angles. Real cheapo knock off production. Thank f*ck I didn't pay the Amazon price. I've seen better boots.

 

AVOID!

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Had an early Christmas with some of the family and received these DVDs:

 

HELLSING (complete box set)

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE III

EVIL ALIENS

DOG BITES DOG

THE NEST

THE SWORD AND THE MOON

DETONATOR

DAYWATCH

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Scored some vintage horror goodies from a bin of cheap DVDs at the supermarket last night (supermarkets around here are GOLD mines all of a sudden!)... MANIAC COP (1988), FEAR NO EVIL (1982), HELL NIGHT (1981, with Linda Blair of "Exorcist" fame) and THE CHURCH (year unknown, also known as DEMONS III apparently...)... all for $10!

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SLADE - THE VERY BEST OF {Great to see and hear Noddy and the boy's again} :tumbsup:

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