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    Amazing Jack! Any idea where on the internet this is making the rounds? I would love to see it (though I don't recall loving DEVIL WOMAN over much...)

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    I'm not on any torrent sites but I'd be surprised if it's not on CG. The uncut DEVIL WOMAN however is probably only me who's got that one. I didn't get the impression other people had asked the actor for a copy.

    I wrote a little more about it here.

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    Not in CG anymore. I left during the AHC fracas.

    I suppose one of these days I'll make an effort to return.

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    Bought this from an eBay seller in the UK last night. I'm quite excited about it. It's Cirio H. Santiago's Filipino film FLY ME. It's on DVD from Shout but their version is cut. According to the info I've got this should be fully uncut. It's got nudity and karate.


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    Read an exclusive excerpt from Andrew Leavold's upcoming book about his experiences in the Philippines! http://mondomacabrodvd.blogspot.com/...-leavolds.html

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    Gee, whiz!! A couple of days ago I discovered this post-apocalypse film from the Philippines that I've never even heard of! Directed by Cirio H. Santiago in 1988. There's even a dvd release in the UK!



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    I think I have this gem in my collection. If not, shame on me.

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    Hi Gary!
    Wauw, that's very cool. Thanks for that cover scan. This morning I posted on my blog that there are no vhs releases of the film and once again I'm babbling about stuff I don't know anything about, haha. Thanks, mate. I'll update my entry right away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack J View Post
    Hi Gary!
    Wauw, that's very cool. Thanks for that cover scan. This morning I posted on my blog that there are no vhs releases of the film and once again I'm babbling about stuff I don't know anything about, haha. Thanks, mate. I'll update my entry right away.
    It's been out of circulation for decades and still pretty rare, Jack. It's also, as I recall, not very good, compared to other Santiago Filipino-American exploiters. (I wouldn't have to rummage through the deepest, darkest catacombs of my storage closet if I ever intended to watch it again). The poster art is arguably the most memorable part of the movie.

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    Well..I should have read your blog post first, Jack. I wasn't aware of its release on DVD anywhere. The box art for the DVD is much less inspired, but more indicative of the dark, slap-dash production itself. (I don't remember the movie's wardrobe being as thrilling as the wild dominatrix attire on the DVD cover model though).

    I enjoyed reading the sidebar story too: http://enlejemordersertilbage.blogsp...ines-1988.html
    Last edited by Gary Miller; 08-03-2012 at 06:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Miller View Post
    I don't remember the movie's wardrobe being as as thrilling as the wild dominatrix attire on the DVD cover model though
    There's a good reason for that! Someone wrote to me and said the picture is from another film, a giallo film!! Hahaha.

    Thanks for your kind comments. :-)

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    Good to see Jack still keeping the "Filipino fires burning". Yeah, The Sisterhood. Not as good as Wheel of Fire or Stryker but still enjoyable flick. And man the soundtrack... syntz-electro-chaos-freejazz-that man is on acid-type of thing. The music on that trailer has nothing to do with the actual soundtrack!

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    Thanks, Sauli. Yes, I am but it's weird so quickly time passes. Tomorrow it'll be two years since Nick Nicholson died. He posted in this thread.

    Btw, incidentally someone posted the cover for the Italian giallo that was talked about a few posts back. The one whose cover got ripped off by the cunning Brits when they put out the THE SISTERHOOD DVD. The film is SOTTO IL VESTITO NIENTE 2 (Dario Piana, 1988) and it's a sequel to NOTHING UNDERNEATH (but only the Italian titles are the same, the sequel doesn't bare the Underneath title). The VHS is from Japan. Thanks to Daniel Liljefors in Finland who posted it.


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    I know you guys are saying it's no good, but that trailer is calling out to me. I love me some Cirio H Santiago so it's worth a $7 gamble.

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    Oh, I think it was just Gary who said it wasn't very good. Not me. LOL.

    Todd over at DIE, DANGER, DIE, DIE, KILL just reviewed it the other day:
    http://diedangerdiediekill.blogspot....ines-1988.html

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