THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby lt.brannigan on 06 Sep 2018, 01:41

Your personal copy?
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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby Jox on 06 Sep 2018, 09:43

No, I haven't received it yet.
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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby lt.brannigan on 06 Sep 2018, 09:52

Oh, I was just wanting to see the slip with Chuck Norris.
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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby Jox on 11 Sep 2018, 19:25

Dolph Lundgren protests The Punisher (December 5, 2008)
https://www.funnyordie.com/pictures/73c ... e-punisher

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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby Jox on 14 Sep 2018, 21:32

Advert for the US home video release in the instruction booklet of the NES videogame from 1990

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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby Pwnisher on 15 Sep 2018, 08:13

Got the Japanese BD.


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Two folded posters.

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Reverse of the Japanese poster.

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Info on the movie. Wish I could read Japanese.

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Adverts for Yes Asia. Left catalog features Runaway Train, Missing in Action 2, Blow Out, Scorpio, The Dogs of War, and Dream Child. Middle is for Ray Bradbury's Martian Chronicles and The Time Tunnel. Right is the three movies released in conjunction with Punisher: Death Wish 3, Boys From Brazil, and The Diamond Mercenaries.
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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby Jox on 24 Sep 2018, 23:02

From the behind the scenes reel

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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby lt.brannigan on 25 Sep 2018, 04:48

Pwnisher wrote:Got the Japanese BD.



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Much appreciated, thanks
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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby Pwnisher on 30 Sep 2018, 21:27

lt.brannigan wrote:Much appreciated, thanks


Don't mention it.
The Punisher was the first exploitation film I ever saw. I was about twelve or so when they played it on tv. I just loved the grittiness, the brutality of the violence, the creepy ambient music. The damnedest thing though, I have a completely different memory of the goon being killed in the mirror room. I could have swore that Dolph had his knife sticking out of his boot and he KICKED through the ceiling impaling the goon in the cranium. The scene happens really fast so maybe my mind misinterpreted what I saw.
Memory is a funny thing, huh?
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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby Jox on 01 Oct 2018, 14:57

Pwnisher wrote:The Punisher was the first exploitation film I ever saw. I was about twelve or so when they played it on tv. I just loved the grittiness, the brutality of the violence, the creepy ambient music. ?

Very cool. 8) I saw it at age 10 and half, it definitely leaved a mark when you saw it that young.

The damnedest thing though, I have a completely different memory of the goon being killed in the mirror room. I could have swore that Dolph had his knife sticking out of his boot and he KICKED through the ceiling impaling the goon in the cranium. The scene happens really fast so maybe my mind misinterpreted what I saw.

Yeah that's probably the product of a false memory/interpretation/fantasy indeed... :wink:
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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby Jox on 01 Oct 2018, 17:25

Pick your favorite title for the book! 8)

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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby lt.brannigan on 02 Oct 2018, 00:26

Initially, I was very adamant that Dolph's name be included in the title, but seeing the mock-ups, I think that the first option is the way to go.

The Punisher
The Untold Story of an 80's Cult Classic


Although, this one is a close second

Dolph Lundgren's
The Punisher
The Uncut, Underground History
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Re: THE PUNISHER (Mark Goldblatt, 1989)

Postby preacher on 02 Oct 2018, 00:43

For me it’s either

”Dolph Lundgrens The Punisher: The untold underground history”

or...

”Marvel, Dolph Lundgren and The Punisher”
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