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HorseFlesh
HorseFlesh

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Do not buy this, 15 Jan. 2016
This review is from: HorseFlesh (Kindle Edition)
Just like all the publications listed by Danielle Villa, this is also stolen from someone's fictionpress account.

Danielle Villa is a plagiarist.

Get it together and blacklist her Amazon for God's sake!!!


A Train Bound for Somewhere
A Train Bound for Somewhere

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Do Not Buy this, 15 Jan. 2016
This is a stolen product. Danielle Villa is a plagiarist.

I found this on someone's fictionpress account by doing a simple google search. The author is seventeen.

Danielle Villa is stealing works from seventeen year olds and making money from it. That is vile.

Why do Amazon not have a better filter process for taking independent publications? All I had to do was a Google search! This is absolutely inexcusable!


Be Brave, Printer Old Friend
Be Brave, Printer Old Friend

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Do not buy this, 25 Oct. 2015
First of all, the text is weirdly formatted, and lots of the syntax makes no sense.

Secondly, its my story, this is a stolen product, Danielle Villa is a plagiarist, and I'm posting this review in the vain hope that it may encourage Amazon to actually start reading my emails and take my claim seriously.


Malcolm in the Middle: The Complete Second Season [DVD]
Malcolm in the Middle: The Complete Second Season [DVD]
Dvd ~ Frankie Muniz
Price: £14.99

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Please stop complaining and appreciate what's happened here, 26 April 2013
I haven't actually bought this yet, I'm waiting for the boxset of all seven seasons, but I've seen people's complaints about picture quality and lack of special features and felt it only right to make any potential buyers appreciate the fact this item exists at all.

Everyone knows the story of why Malcolm in the Middle has never had a successful home release after the first series. The music licensing would be so unbelievably expensive that releasing it would lose more money than it would make. Now read that sentence back and realise what that implies. At a time when the show was still on the air and its fanbase was still strong, releasing it on DVD wouldn't be profitable, so what chance would there be of anyone managing to achieve this now, years later? When only a certain amount of people still care?

Think about how much money it would have cost to put this out. It's always been a daunting task and many DVD production companies have approached this idea but the issue has always been hanging there of expense vs demand.

Look at Fabulous films' website and back catalogue, its all nostalgic cult TV shows with a limited following. The fact they managed to scrape together the money to get the music rights and organise production and distribution for such a costly series that's always had the moniker of "too expensive to release" attached to it is impressive. It was one thing to announce it, it was another thing to go ahead and actually do it. Alright they haven't kept to their release schedule and the DVDs may be poor quality but they did it, its out, its available now. Alright if the picture quality's variable and there are no special features what's to stop you watching it when its repeated on TV or online? Well you could say that of anything, the point is they achieved what no one's been able to do before, now Malcolm in the Middle is out on DVD.

Who cares if the picture quality varies and there are no special features? The point is, releasing this took balls. I urge everyone out there to buy these, we live in a world where a small independent company dedicated to nostalgic TV could achieve something where 20th Fox failed, its a pretty encouraging thought.


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