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Old 12-22-04, 05:26 PM
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yes yes many posts already about this...now talking about "Big Trouble in Little..."...
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Old 12-22-04, 06:03 PM
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yes yes many posts already about this...now talking about "Big Trouble in Little..."...
Sorry. been away from this forum for a long time.
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Old 12-22-04, 06:43 PM
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Sorry. been away from this forum for a long time.
You're not supposed to have outside interests.
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Old 12-22-04, 06:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Centurion
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The two Godzilla movies you posted pictures of, "Godzilla vs. Monster Zero" and "Terror of Mechagodzilla" are OOP?

I've got these Simitar releases along with 3 others packaged as a box set.

If they are indeed OOP, cool.
If not, I love 'em anyway.
The Simitar discs are OOP, and the Monster Zero disc can fetch a nice price on eBay. Classic Media owns the rights now, and if they ever release this on DVD (supposedly they will), the value of the Simitar disc will drop.

The widescreen prints on those Simitar discs look great!
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Old 12-23-04, 09:59 AM
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Originally Posted by JordanGLC
The Simitar discs are OOP, and the Monster Zero disc can fetch a nice price on eBay. Classic Media owns the rights now, and if they ever release this on DVD (supposedly they will), the value of the Simitar disc will drop.

The widescreen prints on those Simitar discs look great!
WOW!
One is asking ~$55 and the another ~$60 on ebay!
Sweet!
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Old 12-23-04, 10:05 AM
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Originally Posted by TNAJason
Terminator 2:Ultimate Edition(Metal-Slip-Cover 2-Disc)
Oh....forgot about that one!
Also after reading this thread you can now add Rambo Trilogy (the tin edition). Found a used copy yesterday and I just had to buy it.
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Old 12-23-04, 01:36 PM
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I have a pretty good number of OOP titles, but the one I covet most is the Silence of the Lambs Criterion. The commentaries fantastic.

Didn't realize Blues Brothers was going for so much on ebay. Any idea if Universal is planning on rereleasing this? I know To Kill a Mocking Bird is on the slate for 2005. Is Casino getting a rerelease as well?
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The ones I would love to find are:
Salo CC - if nothing else, for sheer collectability - but most of the other Criterion OOPs are titles I would like to own because I think I would enjoy the movies: Hard Boiled/The Killer, This is Spinal Tap, Flesh for Frankenstein/Blood for Dracula, and Playtime. Straw Dogs would probably just be another OOP Criterion for my collection.
Swamp Thing
Little Shop of Horrors w/ alternate ending
MST3K: The Movie (I have it on laserdisc.)
The Dario Argento Collection Volume 1: Inferno/Phenomena
Evil Dead II Tin
Halloween LE 2-disc
The Lucio Fulgi Collection Volumes 1-3
Dracula, Prince of Darkness/The Satanic Rites of Dracula: The Hammer Collection

Some of my irreplaceable OOP titles are:
The Monster Legacy Collection
Cowboy Bebop Perfect Sessions
Seven Samurai CC first pressing
a ton of Disney titles, including all of the Treasures (except for the current wave)
Toy Story UTB
Several anime discs with LE content (figures, etc.)
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Cannibal Holocaust EC Ultrabit 2-disc (limited to 4000!)
Battle Royale 2-disc Tartan tin (paid over 100 for this one)
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