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 Post subject: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2009 3:06 am 
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MYA continues where NoShame stopped. MYA is owned by Salvatore Alongi and Marcello Rossi, who both worked for NoShame. They still don't have a website and there might never be one, as they want to keep the costs as low as possible in order to adjust to the significant drop in DVD sales overall. MYA is distributed by RYKO and releases 3-4 new titles every month. The list so far:

001: The Blind Woman Of Sorrento
002: Provocation
003: The Virgo, The Taurus And The Capricorn
004: The Maniacs
005: The Inveterate Bachelor
006: Door Into Darkness
007: Bread, Love And Dreams
008: Scorpion With Two Tails
009: A Policewoman In New York
010: Four Flies On Grey Velvet
011: Fatty Girl Goes To New York
012: Top Girl
013: Craving Desire
014: Passion
015: The Revenge Of The Crusader
016: Return Of The Gladiator
017: The Legend Of Blood Castle
018: The Sweet Pussycats
019: Island Of The Fishmen
020: Monika
021: Horrible
022: Ubalda, All Naked And Warm
023: Arizona Colt Returns
024: Devil In The Flesh
025: Dinner With A Vampire
026: Mafia Connection
027: Italian Sex
028: Until Death
029: Naked And Violent
030: Lucifera - Demon Lover
031: Graveyard Disturbance
032: Evil Face
033: Family Scandal
034: The Lady Medic
035: The Real Emanuelle
036: Hunchback Of The Morgue
037: The Last Decameron
038: Human Cobras
039: The Cricket
040: Desireable Teacher
041: Blade Of The Ripper
042: Satan's Wife
043: Sex Advice

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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2009 3:07 am 
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3 new titles announced:

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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2009 3:19 am 
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I own five of their releases and thus far all of them have been progressive.

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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
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Some details on MYA finally emerge in response to internet bitching about flaws on the Four Flies on Grey Velvet disc.


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 1:38 am 
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They are also releasing Ubalda, All Naked and Warm in June - the first re-release of NoShame title.


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:25 am 
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Ashirg wrote:
They are also releasing Ubalda, All Naked and Warm in June - the first re-release of NoShame title.

Let's hope it will be the last too as I own all the NoShame releases. Here is the cover:

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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2009 1:16 pm 
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It's going to be a busy year for MYA:

Here is a list of forthcoming releases from Mya that should carry the company through 2011. The list should not be considered definitive, as there may be changes. Order of release has not yet been established. This is an amazing, enticing and thrilling list, many films of which euro-film fans in the United States have been waiting for years, even since the digital disc format began, to see on NTSC DVD. A thank you to Mya's Marcello Rossi for providing this blog with this information.

1. CARMEN NUE (1984 Fra/Spa) Diretto da Albert Lopez
2. PIERINO CONTRO TUTTI (Italia 1982) Diretto da Marino Girolami
3. LA ROSSA DALLA PELLE CHE SCOTTA (1971 Ita/Tur) Diretto da Renzo Russo
4. ATTI IMPURI ALL’ITALIANA (1976 Italia) Diretto da Oscar Brazzi
5. AMORE ALL’ARRABBIATA (1976 Italia) Diretto da Carlo Veo
6. ARABELLA ANGELO NERO (1989 Italia) Diretto da Stelvio Massi
7. DI MAMMA NON CE N’è UNA SOLA (1974 Italia) Diretto da Alfredo Giannetti
8. FRITTATA ALL’ITALIANA (1976 Italia) Diretto da Alfonso Brescia
9. LA BOLOGNESE (1975 Italia) Diretto da Alfredo Rizzo
10. DOLCI ZIE (1975 Italia) Diretto da Mario Imperioli
11. NOTTI PECCAMINOSE DI PIETRO L’ARETINO (1972 Italia) Diretto da Manlio Scarpelli
12. PROFESSIONE BIGAMO (1969 Ita/GermEst) Diretto da Franz Antel
13. FRATELLO HOMO SORELLA BONA (1972 Italia) Diretto da Mario Sequi
14. LA MOGLIE VERGINE (1975 Italia) Diretto da Marino Girolami
15. QUANT’è BELLA LA BERNARDA TUTTA NERA TUTTA CALDA (1975 Italia) Diretto da L.Dandolo
16. MIDNIGHT BLUE (1979 Italia) Diretto da Raimondo del Balzo
17. MORBOSAMENTE VOSTRA (1985 Italia) Diretto da Andrea Bianchi
18. PRIMO TANGO A ROMA – STORIA D’AMORE E D’ALCHIMIA (1973 Italia) Diretto da Lorenzo Gicca Palli
19. FOLLIE DI NOTTE (1978 Italia) Diretto da Joe D’Amato
20. STRANO RICATTO DI UNA RAGAZZA PER BENE (1974 Italia) Diretto da Luigi Batzella
21. ATTENTI ARRIVANO LE COLLEGIALI (1975 Italia) Diretto da Giorgio Mille
22. SETTE RAGAZZE DI CLASSE (1979 Italia) Diretto da Pedro Lazaga
23. QUANDO I CALIFFI AVEVANO LE CORNA (1973 Italia) Diretto da Amasi Damiani
24. A CHI TOCCA TOCCA (1978 Italia/GermEst/Israele) Diretto da Gianfranco Baldanello
25. E VENNE IL GIORNO DEI LIMONI NERI (1970 Italia) Diretto da Camillo Bazzoni
26. A TUTTE LE AUTO DELLA POLIZIA (1975) Diretto da Mario Caiano
27. ARRIVA DORELLIK (Italia 1962) Diretto da Steno
28. IL SORRISO DELLA JENA (1972 Italia) Diretto da Silvio Amadio
29. IL MOSTRO DELL’OBITORIO (Spagna,1973) di Javier Aguirre
30. LA Più ALLEGRA STORIA DEL DECAMERONE (Germania,1971) di Adrian Hoven;
31. I RITI EROTICI DELLA PAPESSA JESIAL (Francia,1975) di Mario Mercier
32. LE MILLE E UNA NOTTE E UN’ALTRA ANCORA (Italia 1973) Diretto da Enrico Bomba
33. 6000 KM DI PAURA (Italia, 1978) Diretto da Bitto Alberini
34. BYLETH – IL DEMONE DELL’INCESTO (Italia 1972) Diretto da Leopoldo Savona
35. IL MARCHIO DI KRIMINAL (Italia 1967) Diretto da Fernando Cerchio
36. BAILA GUAPA (Italia 1979) Diretto da A. Tagliavia
37. IL BANDITO DAGLI OCCHI AZZURRI (Italia 1980) Diretto da Alfredo Riannetti
38. BLACK KILLER (Italia 1971) Diretto da Carlo Croccolo
39. SETTE MAGNIFICI CORNUTI (Italia 1974) Diretto da Luigi Russo
40. LA SMAGLIATURA (Fra/Ita 1975) Diretto da Peter Fleischmann
41. IL SESSO DELLA STREGA (Italia 1973) Diretto da Angelo Pannacciò
42. I SOGNI PROIBITI DI DON GALEAZZO CURATO DI CAMPAGNA (Italia 1973) Diretto da E. Di Cola
43. LA TIGRE VENUTA DAL FIUME KWAY (Italia 1975) Diretto da Franco lattanti
44. L’UNICA LEGGE IN CUI CREDO (Italia 1976) Diretto da Claudio Giorgi
45. UN UOMO CHIAMATO DAKOTA (Italia 1972) Diretto da Mario Sabatini
46. WEEK END PROIBITO DI UNA FAMIGLIA QUASI PER BENE (Ita/Fra 1971) Diretto da Jean Dewever
47. VERGINITA’ (Italia 1974) Diretto da Marcello Andrei
48. ZORRO IL RIBELLE (Italia 1966) Diretto da Piero Pienotti
49. LA BAMBOLA DI SATANA (Italia 1969) Diretto da Ferruccio Casapinta
50. I CRIMINALI DELLA GALASSIA (Italia 1965) Diretto da Antonio Margheriti
51. LA MORTE VIENE DAL PIANETA AYTIN (Italia 1967) Diretto da Antonio Margheriti
52. IL PIANETA ERRANTE (Italia 1966) Diretto da Antonio Margheriti
53. I DIFANOIDI VENGONO DA MARTE (Italia 1966) Diretto da Antonio Margheriti
54. I PIANETI CONTRO DI NOI (Ita/Fra/Germania Est 1962) Diretto da Romano Ferrara
55. LA VENDETTA DI LADY MORGAN (Italia 1965) Diretto da M. Pupillo
56. LA COLT ERA IL SUO DIO (Ita/Germania Est 1972) Diretto da Luigi Balzella/Joe D’Amato
57. UN DETECTIVE (Italia 1969) Diretto da Romolo Guerrieri
58. E COSI DIVENNERO I TRE SUPERMEN DEL WEST (Ita/Spa 1973) Diretto da Anthony Blod
59. KARAMURAT LA BELVA DELL’ANATOLIA (Ita/Turchia 1976) Diretto da E. Hofbaver
60. LA LUNGA CAVALCATA DELLA VENDETTA (Italia 1972) Diretto da T. Boccia
61. NEL MIRINO DI BLACK APHRODITE (Ita/Grecia 1979) Diretto da Guido Zurli
62. NOVELLE GALEOTTE D’AMORE (Italia 1972) Diretto da Antonio Margheriti
63. L’OCCHIO DEL RAGNO (Ita/Austria 1971) Diretto da Roberto Bianchi Montero
64. QUANDO L’AMORE E’ SENSUALITA’ (Italia 1973) Diretto da Vittorio de Sisti
65. A CENA COL VAMPIRO (Ita) Diretto da Lamberto Bava
66. DENTRO (UNA NOTTE AL) IL CIMITERO (Ita) Diretto da Lamberto Bava
67. FINO ALLA MORTE (Ita) Diretto da Lamberto Bava
68. LA CASA DELL’ORCO (Ita) Diretto daLamberto Bava
69. LA RAGAZZA DI CORTINA (Ita) Diretto da Maurizio Vanni
70. AL CALAR DELLA SERA (Ita) diretto da Maurizio Lucidi
71. FEMMINE INSAZIABILI
72. FOLLIA DI UN MASSACRO
73. GIALLA A VENEZIA
74. I RAGAZZI DELLA ROMA VIOLENTA
75. IL COMPLOTTO
76. IL FIORE DAI PETALI D’ACCIAIO
77. IL TUO DOLCE CORPO DA UCCIDERE
78. IL VIZIO HA LE CALZE NERE
79. INTERRABANG
80. L’AMANTE DEL DEMONIO
81. L’ARMA L’ORA IL MOVENTE
82. L’INTERROGATORIO
83. L’OCCHIO DIETRO LA PARETE
84. L’ORRIBILE SEGRETO DEL DR HICHCOCK
85. L’OSCENO DESIDERIO
86. L’UOMO PUMA
87. LA LUNGA NOTTE DI VERONIQUE
88. LA MANO CHE NUTRE LA MORTE
89. LA MORTE BUSSA DUE VOLTE
90. LA MORTE SCENDE LEGGERA
91. LA MORTE VIENE DAL BUIO
92. LA NOTTE DEI DANNATI
93. LA NOTTE DEI DIAVOLI
94. LIBIDO TERROR
95. MADELEINE ANATOMIA DI UN INCUBO
96. NO IL CASO E’ FELICEMENTE RISOLTO
97. NON AVER PAURA DELLA ZIA MARTA
98. NON SPARATE SUI BAMBINI
99. SETTE ORE DI VIOLENZA PER UNA SOLUZIONE IMPREVISTA
100. L’UOMO PIU’ VELENOSO DEL COBRA
101. SUGGESTIONATA
102. TESTA IN GIU’ GAMBE ALL’ARIA
103. TRHAUMA
104. UN BIANCO VESTITO PER MARIALE’
105. UN OMBRA NELL’OMBRA
106. UNA JENA IN CASSAFORTE
107. OSCENITA’
108. RIVELAZIONI DI UNO PSICHIATRA SUL MONDO PERVERSO DEL SESSO
109. DIAVOLO IN CORPO
110. ANNA QUEL PARTICOLARE PIACERE
111. LO STRANO VIZIO DELLA SIGNORA WARDH
112. LA CODA DELLO SCORPIONE
113. GIOVANNONA COSCIALUNGA
114. CASTA E PURA
115. IL BIANCO IL GIALLO IL NERO
116. IL CONSIGLIORI
117. LUCREZIA GIOVANE
118. ARIZONA SI SCATENO’ E LI FECE FUORI TUTTI
119. SEI GIA’ CADAVERE AMIGO TI CERCA GARRINGO


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2009 2:29 pm 

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Right, uh-huh. They're going to release 119 obscure Italian films in 33 months. In other news, Fantoma will have 26 more Yasuzo Masumura titles in stores by the end of the year.*

(* but still no Dead Pigeon on Beethoven Street)


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2009 2:50 pm 
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Right, uh-huh. They're going to release 119 obscure Italian films in 33 months.

Maybe they won't, but to be fair isn't that about the rate they've been cranking thus far?

Hammock - can you contextualize some more for us? What should be jumping out at us here? I see at least a few more putative re-releases of some NoShame stuff, like Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh. Horrible Dr. Hichcock should set more than a few people off - DVD Savant will be giddy I imagine. Vendetta di Lady Morgan looks interesting - as a fan of the ridiculousness of Bloody Pit of Horror, I'm hoping for more of the same here.


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Fri Mar 20, 2009 4:26 pm 

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Maybe they won't, but to be fair isn't that about the rate they've been cranking thus far?

Er, good point. Except that they'll saturate the market and flame out well before 2011 -- I mean, that's as many films as Criterion puts out in the same amount of time, and the demand for lesser-known Italian movies has to be a lot more finite.

Not that my skepticism should be read as complaint -- I'll be delighted to get as many of these as we can, as long as MYA ponies up for English subtitles whenever they include an Italian audio track. Maybe some of the later films play better or the same in English, but the Bread, Love and Dreams DVD is worthless with an English dub as the only option.


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 4:55 pm 
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From lovelockandload.net:

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Well waddya know...

The following info is from an 'official announcement' in a newsletter from the Profondo Rosso shop in Rome. As you all probably know, it's owned/run by Dario Argento and Luigi Cozzi.

Pinched and plundered from the gentedirispetto forum - posted by dan880

Una buona notizia e una cattiva. La buona notizia è che il ricercatissimo film di Dario Argento 4 MOSCHE DI VELLUTO GRIGIO è stato pubblicato finalmente in dvd negli Stati Uniti ed è stato annunciato in uscita anche in Italia a maggio in dvd a opera della distribuzione 01, che poi non sarebbe altro che Rai Cinema.

La brutta notizia è che gli avvocati della famiglia Argento si sono già messi in moto per bloccare queste due uscite. Perchè? Ma perchè Dario e Claudio Argento, che sono i legittimi proprietari di questo film per tutto il mondo tranne gli Stati Uniti (lì la proprietaria è la Paramount), di questa uscita in dvd sono stati informati solo per caso: una non meglio identificata società straniera ha venduto i diritti di 4 MOSCHE DI VELLUTO GRIGIO alla Rai, ma Dario e Claudio Argento giurano di non aver mai ceduto tali diritti alla suddetta compagnia straniera e quindi, secondo loro, si tratterebbe di un clamoroso caso di pirateria audiovisiva.

Sono quindi già partite le ingiunzioni e le diffide legali per impedire almeno quest'uscita di 4 MOSCHE DI VELLUTO GRIGIO in Italia. La Rai/01 ha conseguentemente annunciato di aver sospeso per il momento la distribuzione di 4 MOSCHE, almeno finchè non si sarà fatta maggiore chiarezza sulla reale situazione dei diritti di questo film. Vedremo che cosa succederà ancora...


In ye olde Anglais...

Good news and bad news. The good news is that the much sought after film by Dario Argento, Four Flies on Grey Velvet, has finally been released on dvd in the United States and an Italian release was announced for May by the distribution company 01, (Who are none other than RAI Cinema)

The bad news is that lawyers working for the Argento family have begun proceedings to stop both releases. Why? Because Dario and Claudio Argento, who own all territory rights except for America (where it's owned by Paramount) were only informed of this release by chance. An unknown foreign company sold the rights to Four Flies on Grey Velvet to RAI, but Dario and Claudio claim they never sold the rights to this unknown foreign company, so, according to them, they regard it is a gross act of audio/visual piracy.

Injunctions have already been issued to prevent the release of Four Flies on Grey Velvet in Italy. In the meantime, RAI has announced they have temporarily suspended distribution of Four Flies on Grey Velvet, at least until the rights issue has been cleared up.
(Dozey translation by Roky Erickson and the Aliens)

Looks like the MYA disc may well go up in price?

Also, it begs the question, how did they get hold of that master?


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
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The implication to me is that its the company that felt they could sell the rights to Mya that is mainly at fault. The FOUR FLIES rights have been famously tangled for years and Mya likely made a query, was eventually told by RAI "Yes, we have it and you can license it", and proceeded in reasonable good faith from there. Mya would never have been able to obtain the negative unless those initial proper channels were followed, full contracts were signed and payments made. It's just that in this case Claudio and Dario Argento dispute that those channels should have been allowed in the first place. If RAI's claim to proper ownership really is invalid, Mya likely has every right to be as ticked off with RAI as the Argentos are.

Disputes over the rights surrounding Eurocult DVDs are fairly common. Fulci's ZOMBIE became ensnared in a rights dispute for a year or more when Blue Underground's Bill Lustig paid to relicense the film, had all the correct documentation, but was then told by the licensor that his documentation was invalid and Shriek Show now had the rights after all. The only way that mess was solved was when Shriek Show and Blue Underground agreed to amicably proceed with dual releases of the film, so the movie came out via BU, and then via S.S, with each release just a few months apart.

I hope Mya keeps going and gets through as many of those enticing titles they've listed as possible.


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 7:13 pm 
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Two new titles announced:

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Arizona Colt Returns (1970) (Arizona si scatenò... e li fece fuori tutti)
Release date: 2009-07-28

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Devil in the Flesh (Uncut) (1986) (Il Diavolo in corpo)
Release date: 2009-07-28


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
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Thanks for the updates on MYA's releases, Hammock. I am taking notes for the upcoming DDD sale.

Interesting that they are re-releasing Devil In the Flesh. I wonder, if it will be a straight re-issue. As far as I know, the No Shame release was also the complete uncut edition, and it came with good extras.


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
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Scharphedin2 wrote:
Thanks for the updates on MYA's releases, Hammock. I am taking notes for the upcoming DDD sale.

Interesting that they are re-releasing Devil In the Flesh. I wonder, if it will be a straight re-issue. As far as I know, the No Shame release was also the complete uncut edition, and it had came with good extras.

The NoShame release was uncut in its original aspect ratio, digitally re-mastered from the original negative, uncut and uncensored with Italian mono and optional English subtitles. Running time 114 mins. I have no doubts MYA will be using the same transfer that includes the sex scenes but I'm not sure they will include all the estras and maybe we'll have an English dub instead of subtitles.

NoShame Extras:
Stolen Years, Hidden Lives –- (25:57) A very fascinating set of interviews with former, real-life Red Brigadiers Adriana Faranda and Mara Nanni. Both light up a cigarette and proceed to tell you in detail about their time with the Red Brigade, their time in prison (each of them was imprisoned for over a decade) and their view on how this was presented with the politics in Devil in the Flesh. This is the best feature I have seen on a NoShame disc to date. It is edited nicely with little stumbling about. They aren’t afraid to criticize the film, but mostly they share their experiences. History and documentary buffs will dig this insight.

In Bellocchio’s Flesh –- (27:12) Another fantastic feature! This is nearly a half-hour of Bellocchio discussing Devil in the Flesh, its source material, the politics of the film, and some of his other works. The flow is constant, and while he is never caught repeating himself, he does seem to stumble over his words quite a bit. I haven’t seen most of Bellocchio’s filmography, so much of that part of the discussion was lost on me. Perhaps NoShame can rectify this by giving more of his films a DVD release in the future. There are a few audio pops that are distracting and occurred during playback on two different machines, however, I am unsure if this is just my disc, or the production.

Original Theatrical Trailer –- (2:28) Nothing surprising except that it uses a couple of alternate shots to show the characters more fully clothed. This is somewhat odd since the trailer features quite a bit of nudity regardless.

Poster and Still Gallery –- (0:28) A series of 12 various stills and posters pass by with the soundtrack playing in the background.


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As someone who added these titles to dvdaf, here's the info about these titles:

Arizona Colt Returns:
Aspect ratio: 2.35: 1 (16/9) - color
Length: 90 min.
Extra: Trailer, Photo and poster gallery
Language:
English (original mono)
Italian (original mono)
Subtitles: English

Devil in the Flesh:
Aspect ratio: 1.85: 1 (16/9) - color
Length: 114 min.
Extra: Trailer, Photo and poster gallery
Language:
Italian (original mono)
Subtitles: English

No other extras are listed in press release... :(


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I would certainly consider purchasing Devil in the Flesh again if it is sourced properly. No Shame's disc was one of the last to be improperly converted (PAL-NTSC) before they adjusted their practice. If Mya's DVD is properly converted I would most definitely consider it.

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Original language with English subtitles =D>

No more english dubs - fantastic!

Thank you MYA!


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hammock wrote:
Original language with English subtitles =D>

No more english dubs - fantastic!

Thank you MYA!

Hammock, are you saying that MYA's releases so far have been dubbed?


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Scharphedin2 wrote:
hammock wrote:
Original language with English subtitles =D>

No more english dubs - fantastic!

Thank you MYA!

Hammock, are you saying that MYA's releases so far have been dubbed?

Yes! Only a few of them had original language with subs.


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hammock wrote:
Yes! Only a few of them had original language with subs.

Hammock, since I get the feeling you own most of these releases, is there any way you could comment in your initial post, which of these films are presented with dubbed audio, and which have English subtitles?


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Scharphedin2 wrote:
is there any way you could comment in your initial post, which of these films are presented with dubbed audio, and which have English subtitles?

Presumably all of them have dubbed audio - sync-sound was as rare as hen's teeth in Italian cinema of the time.

That being the case, the best option is to offer a choice of dubbed Italian or dubbed English, since it's by no means a given that the former will be more satisfying (especially if the films feature English/American actors in the leads).


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Scharphedin2 wrote:
hammock wrote:
Yes! Only a few of them had original language with subs.

Hammock, since I get the feeling you own most of these releases, is there any way you could comment in your initial post, which of these films are presented with dubbed audio, and which have English subtitles?

You can use hkflix to see Audio/Subtitles options. Most of them has English dubs only a few have English subs. I always hope for original Italian language with English subs as much of the energy is within the spoken language. Some of the dubs are rather good though.


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 Post subject: Re: MYA Communication
PostPosted: Sat Apr 25, 2009 5:07 am 
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3 new titles announced:

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Check out the trailer to Dinner With A Vampire


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