MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 06 Apr 2019, 14:47

Mosquito wrote:If it is the same as the video release that means it is also 19 minutes shorter than the US release? Wonder if there will be that VHS throwback edition at the WoH. I'm so looking forward to the event!

No, the movie is uncut here and it's supposed to be for the WoH :wink:

The VHS throwback shown before looks better I think, but the release date seems to have been delayed, (perhaps to make room for that WoH edition).
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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Mosquito on 13 Apr 2019, 20:52

Hm, I've seen the Punisher Edition but not this one at the WoH today. I'll have to check again or ask around tomorrow.
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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 16 Apr 2019, 11:41

Jox wrote:Whereas the German edition was just re-released once again in a standard case, a 250-limited VHS throwback mediabook will follow in March...
https://www.medienversand.at/DVD/Demnae ... reich.html

(2 discs + 2 discs bonus film "Sabotage" with Mark Dacascos)

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 21 Apr 2019, 17:27

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

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Polish VHS

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 03 Jul 2019, 21:09

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 03 Sep 2019, 11:03

On this day 25 years ago, the great MEN OF WAR world-premiered in Japanese theatres!

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 18 Sep 2019, 20:00

INTERVIEW WITH GOD, Perry Lang's third feature film, is opening today in France.
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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 24 Sep 2019, 21:36

Sel-made (?) t-shirt

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Trade advert I had never seen before (for US video stores) 8)

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 20 Oct 2019, 20:05

Laserdisc from Indonesia

"Fifty million tons of nuclear bomb are going to explode"

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 31 Oct 2019, 23:48

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Re: MEN OF WAR (Perry Lang, 1994)

Postby Jox on 05 Nov 2019, 01:09

Slightly off-topic but a little something John Sayles never hurts!
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Last week’s release of Matewan, a moving ensemble drama that tells the true story of a 1920 coal miners’ strike turned deadly, heralds the entrance into the collection of one of American cinema’s most fiercely independent voices. The Oscar-nominated writer-director (The Brother from Another Planet, Eight Men Out, Lone Star) has been widely celebrated for the political engagement of his storytelling, his extraordinary ensemble casts, and the local texture of his settings—to name just a few of the qualities that distinguish his eclectic body of work. So we were naturally thrilled that, on a visit to our offices while work on Matewan was underway, he dipped inside our film closet. Once in there, as the video above attests, he went right for a film he fell in love with as a boy in Schenectady, New York: Federico Fellini’s traveling-circus tale La strada, which spurred the young Sayles to seek out many other Italian films, including Mario Monicelli’s own union drama The Organizer—he plucked our edition of that one off the shelves too. Keep watching to see Sayles’s tribute to the political cinema of Costa-Gavras, and to learn which Hollywood comedy of the forties has his favorite fast-talking dialogue.
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