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Published 2012-01-30T17:15:01+1300 Updated 2012-02-07T04:07:58+1300
The now-defunct VHS & DVD line spotlighted cult classics across all genres, with a focus on horror and science-fiction.
Very cool list sir! These titles needed to be curated as there a few I was unaware of.
Planet of the Vampires!!
This is very nice list! Thank you.
List is finally complete. Posters without images should be refreshed later. Still need to fix Thunder Alley to the correct version, and I'd prefer all the double-feature DVD covers to represent the single movie they're supposed to...
Damn. No way to change the DVD art to the original poster art on TMDb.org
If you submit a new image it will not override the old image? I still see the option to add a poster for titles that already have the poster.
No, it adds the new image to additional images for the film. There's no way I can see to supplant the original submission.
Yep, just saw that on Whoever Slew Auntie Roo. I reported a "bad image" ticket for it. Curious if they will make the change.
Cool, thanks! I'll try that with the other double-feature DVD images as well.
Great list! Wanted to note that DERANGED is the wrong version--I'll try to add the proper one sometime today.
Ah someone beat me to it: letterboxd.com/film/deranged-confessions-of-a-necrophile/
Thanks, Paul. Fixed the DERANGED entry. I'm working on fixing the inaccurate THUNDER ROAD as well (waiting for the new entry to populate).
tMDB updated that image for Auntie Roo so the system does work! Expect it to update here sometime later today.
Where is The Beast With 1,000,000 Eyes!? Or is it on there and I missed it?
It's a two-page list, and it's on page 2. :)
Hahaha. Good! Worst movie ever.
Excellent list. Deranged is one of my favourites. I bought loads of these over the years and it's a shame that this range is now out of print. A number of these are on Netflix though.
Just to let you know: You have the wrong version of X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes on here. You want the Corman version, which is just called The Man with the X-Ray Eyes in Letterboxd's database.
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