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The dvd comes out next month and you can pre-order it now


if you go to www.massacremafiastyle.com you can pre-order the dvd it comes out october 29th and is limited to 500 copies

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I can't get the site to work. Any idea on the price?

http://www.olympicartichoke.blogspot.com

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yeah its $35 bucks http://www.massacremafiastyle.com/ i just tried the site and it worked for me give it another try

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Cool, it's working now. Thanks for the heads up, bro!


http://www.olympicartichoke.blogspot.com

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Pure awesome. I saw a trailer for this movie at the New Bev like 6 years ago and always wanted to see it. Can't wait to get my copy.

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Just bagged mine, shame it's only full-screen as it was shot in widescreen, but with only 500 editions it sure is ultra rare.

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Your probably correct, most disappointing not to have the thing numbered, which is part of the reason I bought it, having read here how poor the picture quality is, at least it comes with a decent quality insert and I haven’t seen another one on eBay which cost me less than importing it direct from the order page, with its rip-off international shipping rate. I'll get round to watching it soon, can't have as bad a picture and sound quality as my Venom: The Legend Of Spider Forest DVD, now that is unwatchable and inaudible

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Watched Mafia Massacre last night, not the worst movie, I'd never seen it before. Having never heard of Mr Mitchell I was immediately struck by his vocal similarity and slight appearance resemblance to Mickey Rourke, even wondered if he was Mickey's dad! Then I listened to the commentary with Duke's son, who wasn't around for the shoot, thus the track revealed little more than speculation on the locations used and some famous family friends name dropping.
The opening massacre accompanied by the Italian song was hilarious and I can see why Quentin Tarantino is a fan, the characters seem inspirational to both Dogs and Pulp Fiction in their veritable quirkiness. I must say how impressive the picture and sound are, having read all the opinions of those here on IMDB I was expecting something barely watchable and while the image is soft I can't imagine it looking that much better on the big screen; due to the budget and technical limitations of all concerned. Code Red DVD's recent Pets release looks far worse. Massacre has been assembled from a variety of tape sources according to the moderator on the commentary track, who tries to raise some pertinent points only to have Jeffery Mitchell pointedly change the subject. Glad I took the plunge and a worthy addition to my collection.

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I bought the DVD/Blu-ray combo release from Grindhouse Releasing for about seventeen dollars including postage online from Deep Discount DVD.

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