Wednesday, September 17, 2008

BEYOND THE DOOR, limited edition o-card




BEYOND THE DOOR streets on September 16th and we thought we'd let you know its first pressing, which is only 2,500, will have a collector's edition limited o-card. All future pressings of BEYOND THE DOOR will not have this collectible o-card, so grab them before they're gone!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

It looks awesome ;-) VERY happy with my copy. You guys did an amazing job.

delicreep said...

Just ordered mine on the 19th, so I'll most likely get the o-card. The early reviews are all positive, so I'm looking forward to the DVD.

BRAIN said...

GO OUT OF BUSINESS YOU SHIT LABEL. NO MATTER HOW YOU TRY YOU WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO PLAY WITH THE BIG BOYS LIKE ANCHORBAY/SYNAPSE/SEVERIN/DARKSKY WHO IS THE TOP 4 LABELS FOR RARE CULT HORROR FILM. NO ONE IS BUYING THE SHIT YOU PUT OUT.

Anonymous said...

Anchor Bay doesn't put out horror anymore. Synapse only has a handful of releases. Severin and Darksky... umm...who?

Nice try troll :-) I needed a good laugh for the day.

Anonymous said...

Synapse do not has a handful of release. they have cool shit unlike codered. Seiichi Fukuda's Madman O, Katsuhito Ishii's Party 7, and splatterfest Wild Zero. all code red has is old shitty films no body wanted. Beyond the odor is crap.

Anonymous said...

LOL ya, and a TON of people are clamoring for those titles, let me tell you.

Face it. You're pissed off because this company is not reading your mind and putting out films that you, sitting in your little corner, want.

Code Red isn't going anywhere. All you've done is made an insecure ass of yourself and entertained us.

Thank you, princess :-)

Steven Carter said...

Hey, brain, Anchor Bay has basicly sold out since it's owned by STARZ now, as it sold out the majority of it's Italian horror to Blue Underground and other companies. It is this fact alone that it has dropped out of my top three companies I always get releases from.

The top three I companies I ALWAYS get releases from is Code Red, Blue Underground and Dark Sky Films.

DVD Drive-In liked Beyond The Door, and I have seen the U.S. theatrical version of the film, so I am eagerly waiting to see Code Red's version of the film.

Boris said...

CoDeDeAd, WhY cAnT u ReLeAsE mOrE sLaShEr?

Anonymous said...

Boris, thank you for proving to us that all the complaints just come from one guy: You. What gave you away is your horrible grammar: "put out more slasher." "Release more slasher."

Did you think that changing your name would actually have an impact?

You're pathetic. And Code Red still rules. Give up.

delicreep said...

The DVD as a whole is great. Another solid offering from the new slate of Code Red DVD's.

I really like the slipcover artwork, too.

Good work, folks.

kevxxx1 said...

What the hell is wrong with some people? Companies such as Code Red bother to release old cult obscurities in the best quality they have ever been with extras too and still people bitch. We should be supporting Code Red, Severin, Dark Sky etc by buying the DVDs we like, not bad mouthing specific releases because we don't like them. Show your support people or companies like this will cease to exist.

Anonymous said...

Kev, you have the right idea and I'm totally with you on that. However, it's impossible to get through the thick skulls of inbred prima-donnas who are simply pissed off because Code Red isn't releasing the exact film they want at the exact time they want.

Most of these people are just angry because A) The Redeemer might never come out because the negatives are completely toast, and B) because Nightmare is taking a little bit longer than planned (understandably so!).

In other words, we're dealing with nothing more here than whiny little brats who throw temper tantrums when they don't get what they want.

To be perfectly honest, I find their hissy fits rather amusing. In fact... it kinda gets me off lol.

TimPhan44 said...

Brain if you can't say something nice about this DVD release, please don't say anything. Sure Code Red DVD may not be perfect,but who is? No one.

DocVoltage said...

A NEW LIMITED EDITION???

Hey CodeRed, I was meandering the aisles of my local BestBuy and saw a 2-Disk limited edition of BEYOND THE DOOR. Disk 2 contains the US theatrical version. I already have my o-card single-disk copy, so I won't double-dip.

PLEASE: try to announce the variant edtions as early as possible for us pre-order geeks! I would have gone for the pricier 2-disk instead of the o-card.

Keep up the good work of releasing "lost classics" !