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Dark Shadows DVD Collection 2
Dark Shadows DVD Collection 2
DVD ~ Jonathan Frid
2 used & new from $33.07

9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The original remorseful vampire makes his mark on DVD, July 30, 2002
Finally, after years of waiting, Dark Shadows is now on DVD. It's about time. This set will begin to close off the Barnabas kidnapping Maggie storyline, and begin to start up the Julia trying to cure Barnabas storyline. If you are a fan of the show, these DVD sets are a must have. If you are a fan of gothic horror or classic horror, like the old Hammer films, then this is the series for you. It's timelessly addictive, and will never die. A true television legend. Long live Dark Shadows!

Riki-Oh - The Story of Ricky
Riki-Oh - The Story of Ricky
DVD ~ Siu-Wong Fan
Offered by S&J Deals
Price: $15.34
5 used & new from $13.00

5.0 out of 5 stars Ridiculously violent masterpiece of bloodshed and mayhem., March 18, 2002
This review is from: Riki-Oh - The Story of Ricky (DVD)
OK, this is either the worst movie ever made, or the best, depending on how you look at it. By normal standards upon which most movies are reviewed, it doesn't get much more terrible than this. However, based upon sheer violent content that reaches such an unbelievably, unimaginably, outrageously graphic level it achieves comedic sickness whether its meant to or not, it is the best movie ever. Riki Oh is by far the bloodiest, goriest, and sickest film ever concieved. Imagine the game Mortal Kombat... and make it 50x bloodier. Holes are punched through people, heads are crushed, tendons are ripped and tied, intestines are pulled out and used as weapons, body parts fly, eyes shoot out from the sockets, and people are shoved into meat grinders. That is only half of it. Blood flows like water. Watch it, you'll have a good time doing it. You'll be watching the fight scenes over just to make sure that, yes, you really saw Ricky tie his own tendon with his teeth. Watch it with a group of friends, you'll all be laughing your butts off, either that or vomitting profusely. Riki Oh is a tremendously enjoyable experience, however those who are weak of stomache should stray away from this movie at all costs. If you are a gore freak, or just looking for a good distraction from your woes, by all means get Riki Oh. If you are looking for depth of plot and heartfelt acting, avoid Riki Oh no matter what. Again, it cannot be stressed how insanely violent this movie is.

Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (Special Edition)
Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (Special Edition)
DVD ~ Yoshikazu Fujiki
2 used & new from $53.99

4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sheer brilliance! Though only for the sophisticated otaku., March 18, 2002
There is only one word to describe Jin Roh... brilliant. The underlying themes and metaphors are complex and dramatic. The ending is heartwrenching and superbly done. The entire production is a masterpiece of drama. However, it is NOT an action anime as it may seem. There is action, but the majority of the film focuses on the drama. Therefore, this is only really for the more sophisticated or intelligent anime fan, definitely not for fanboys. If you are looking for non-stop action, then this is not for you. If you are looking for the finest dramatic anime since Wings of Honeamise (I know its not spelled correctly) then Jin Roh will not let you down.

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