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Queen of Swords - 6-DVD Box Set ( Sous le signe de l'épée (Reina de espadas) ) ( Queen of Swords - Season 1 )
Queen of Swords - 6-DVD Box Set ( Sous le signe de l'épée (Reina de espadas) ) ( Queen of Swords - Season 1 )
Dvd ~ Elsa Pataky
Offered by DaaVeeDee-uk
Price: £28.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super-serious distaff Zorro cuts through the crowd, 31 May 2012
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Part of that nutsy avalanche of superheroine series that proliferated at the turn of the century, QUEEN OF SWORDS was among the best. Shot in 16mm (like SHEENA and LOST WORLD) and in 1.85 widescreen, it's a notably "non silly" spin on the generally serio-comic adventure series formula of the day (which started with HERCULES: THE LEGENDARY JOURNEYS). The cast is just fine, dueling scenes reasonably well done, and QUEEN's straightforward tone is ultimately a welcome change. In addition, there's a catchy opening theme song, "Behind the Mask," and it's just plain cool watching these mostly outdoor episodes in widescreen. Subtitles can be easily subtracted. Highly recommended for fans of the series, and I obviously count myself among them. Gary Gerani, 2012


Jack The Ripper (1959) - Region 2 PAL, plays in English without subtitles
Jack The Ripper (1959) - Region 2 PAL, plays in English without subtitles
Dvd ~ Lee Patterson
Offered by wmdservices
Price: £14.99

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A mostly forgotten semi-classic, 31 May 2012
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Produced and shot by the guys who gave us the equally atmospheric sci-fi charmer CRAWLING EYE, JACK THE RIPPER (59/60) is rarely seen today, and that's a bloody shame. Though cheaply produced, the film's an entertaining psycho-thriller with a spooky signature line ("Are you Mary Clarke?" precedes every stabbing) and some of the wildest tilted angles this side of THE THIRD MAN. Best of all, U.S. distributor Joseph E. Levine (of GODZILLA and HERCULES fame) commissioned Pete Rugolo to replace Stanley Black's serviceable but unexceptional music score with an astonishingly flamboyant, original creation. Only the British JACK with the Black score is offered on this DVD, but in what amounts to a minor miracle, the original LP record release of the U.S. RIPPER score is included as a special feature -- and it's in stereo to boot! So yes, this is a highly recommended DVD for a number of reasons. For the record, JTR is mastered decently from 35mm material, and does contain the famous "color insert of Jack's blood" at the climax of the elevator scene. Gary Gerani, 2012
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Sheena - Series One - 4-DVD Box Set ( Sheena - Series 1 )
Sheena - Series One - 4-DVD Box Set ( Sheena - Series 1 )
Dvd ~ Gena Lee Nolin
Offered by DaaVeeDee-uk
Price: £39.68

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars No extras, but at least this is an official Sony release, 24 April 2010
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Fans of the short-lived series featuring voluptuous Gena Lee Nolin should be pleased with this no-frills collection of first season episodes, manufactured for Spain. As the TV series itself was shot in 16mm, picture quality is a tad on the soft side, with Gena's fleshy heroine sometimes appearing like a flash of warm orange -- but this was always the case. Until a domestic release is available (which would be cheaper and probably contain a few extras), this attractive package will have to do. It's fairly expensive like all "other region" DVDs, but I'm not sorry I took the plunge. Gary Gerani, 2010
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