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Anchor Bay UK's 2004 / 2005 Intentions

Old 04-28-04, 07:09 PM
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Anchor Bay UK's 2004 / 2005 Intentions

Wednesday, April 28th 2004 saw Anchor Bay Entertainment UK announce to the world some of their DVD-based intentions for the future. With IDT Entertainment's purchase of Anchor Bay Worldwide, Anchor Bay UK can now share with us some of the titles they intend to release in the not-too-distant future.

Amongst the plentiful are a Wes Craven Boxed Set; Heathers SE; a Halloween Boxed Set; a Pete Walker Collection; and the Hellraiser Trilogy.

Anchor Bay UK will also be launching a children's range.
You can read our full article here. It mentions the following titles:

Pete Walker Collection
Norman Warren Collection
Taigon Boxed Set
5 disc Wes Craven Boxed Set
8 disc Halloween Boxed Set
Magic
The Night Porter
El Cid
The Fall of the Roman Empire
Pele The Conqueror
Heathers Special Edition
Hellraiser Trilogy
Children of the Corn series
Crime Story series 1 & 2
Dead and Buried
Tombs of the Blind Dead
Return of the Evil Dead
Horror of the Zombies
Night of the Seagulls
Sonic Underground
Dennis the Menace
Inspector Gadget
Double Dragons
The Mummy’s Alive
Swamp Thing
Street Sharks
Xcalibur (Series 1)
Tin Tin Movies
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A Hellraiser Trilogy boxset sounds good.
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Originally posted by Joe Molotov
A Hellraiser Trilogy boxset sounds good.
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is "Magic" the Anthony Hopkins film with the dummy?
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Old 04-30-04, 01:39 AM
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EL CID? YES!!! I hope AB's future edition would include valuable extras. Current editions are mostly barebones.
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