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Sheena (1984) --> 02.19.19 --> Retro VHS packaging (Blu-ray)

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Sheena (1984) --> 02.19.19 --> Retro VHS packaging (Blu-ray)

i have to admit this was a guilty pleasure of mine bc Roberts was hot as hell. not like Beastmaster where she showed some of what makes her an 80's unsung icon. don't think she did any nudity in Sheena. **edit** she does show some nudity, sounds like more in fact and i always thought this was one of the first PG-13 movies, probably should have been from what i read. And all i remember of Ted Wass is he was from the tv show Blossom which i never watched.

saw bits and pieces on cable and it is a terrible movie, but one day i vow to watch all the way through again...

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Yeah as I was reading, I was thinking hold up, Sheena def had nudity. This and Beastmaster I watched a lot as a kid.
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Too bad it's not in 4K so I can see that hairy tarantula in all it's glory.
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There’s quite a bit of nudity from Roberts in Sheena.

Good amount of tits, and you might even get a bit of bush in HD.
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Old 12-11-18, 08:45 AM
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Just to be clear, -Is that the actual box cover, with the half-out cassette as part of the art, or is it similar to the "Stranger Things" packaging, with the case holding the discs looking like a VHS cassette?
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It's a standard size slipcover with the cassette as part of the art.

Universal has started to release some titles in packaging similar to the old VHS clamshells at Walmart.
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Would much rather just have a far better release of Beastmaster. Plenty top form Tanya in that one. Cant believe one of the new specialty labels hasn't put an updated version out there.
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Who knew they had so much hairspray in prehistoric times? The things you learn from the movies...
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Who knew they had so much hairspray in prehistoric times? The things you learn from the movies...
That's the one thing that really sticks out about 80's movies is the damn big hair. I love that era of movies, but when I watch a gritty movie like The Terminator, and then see Linda Hamilton and her roommate with that Aquanet big hair, it really takes me out of the movie sometimes.
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That's the one thing that really sticks out about 80's movies is the damn big hair. I love that era of movies, but when I watch a gritty movie like The Terminator, and then see Linda Hamilton and her roommate with that Aquanet big hair, it really takes me out of the movie sometimes.
Do people feel the same way about movies in the 40-50's? Because the hair from that era always sticks out more than the 80's for me.
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She blends in with lions.
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Picking up this and
http://doblu.com/2018/12/10/whos-har...lu-ray-review/

It's apparently from an old, shoddy transfer.
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That sucks. I'm still buying it though. Sold my dvd a few years back.

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Do people feel the same way about movies in the 40-50's? Because the hair from that era always sticks out more than the 80's for me.
It's funny how you mention hair in the 1980s. Does anyone remember how awkward Harrison Ford's haircut appeared in Blade Runner when it came out in 1982?

Everyone was so used to his 1970s layered quaffed hair that it was quite a shock to see him with a funny-looking buzz-cut. Unless you were in the military, most men had longish hair during that era. Even bald guys grew-out the sides like Bozo.

When you watch Blade Runner today, he looks suitably contemporary-looking.
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that's not bad at all. hope there are some extras, but somehow i doubt...
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