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From:(Anonymous)
Date:December 20th, 2007 09:58 pm (UTC)

This On That

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Greetings, Have had DOGS IN QUICKSAND for several years in a BRENTWOOD/BCI/SubRosa Studios box set called RURAL FOLK (2004). Got it at Best Buy, of all places! I remember spotting FART THE MOVIE (on VHS) going back 15 years of so in one of those "Funny Stuff" mail order catalogs with whoopee cushions and 3 Stooges calendars. Seemed an unusual title at the time, It was going to be around $15 with shipping or I might have ordered it. Will look for it on DVD. There's a growing number of these "independent", virtually HOME MOVIES appearing on the market. Including a new wing of the ALPHA label. I even know someone who got a home digital film released thru them. He sold them 16mm prints of some PD TV shows and they said, "got anything else?" But here's the deal on those high IMDB reviews- check the reviewer- oft times it's someone who knows someone in the cast or is just as enthused as punch that a movie was made in their town or local bar! I had high hopes with that RURAL FOLKS set (Inbred Rednecks, Super Badass, Cornman and Dogs In Quicksand) after checking reviews on IMDB, but despite some high looking production values, viewing was tough sledding. Though I look forward to some gems in this field, apparently anyone with a hundred dollars and a digital camera is a director these days.

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From:atomicmmonster
Date:December 21st, 2007 11:58 pm (UTC)

Re: This On That

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I even know someone who got a home digital film released thru them. He sold them 16mm prints of some PD TV shows and they said, "got anything else?"

Hey, that sounds interesting! What film did he get released through Alpha? Come to think of it, what TV show prints did he supply to them?
From:(Anonymous)
Date:December 26th, 2007 09:07 pm (UTC)

It Was... / Re: This On That

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The 16mm was MACK AND MYER for HIRE episodes. And the digital "feature" was NIGHT OF THE FOOLS on the new Ed Wood double feature DVD.- DR. M
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