Section23 Announces September 2009 Slate


#1

Slit-Mouthed Woman/Zombie Dead DVD Double Feature (S) LiveAction $19.98

Zombie Hunter Rika DVD (S) LiveAction $24.98

Legends of the Dark King: Fist of the North Star Story DVD Collection (S) $39.98
This is a new License and a awesome manly one at that.

Daphne in the Brilliant Blue DVD Collection 2 (Hyb) $39.98

There may be more a little later on.


Section23 & HIDIVE Live Action News & Discussion
#2

I saw the Legends on the Dark Kings and figured it must be new. I WILL be buying that.


#3

Well, interesting way to announce a new title, though this seems to be the norm for ADV/Sentai these days. It’s not exactly my cup of tea, but I know some people out there thrilled it got licensed. But I may pick it up and give it a go anyway.

I already planned on picking up Daphne, and Zombie Hunter Rika actually looks like a hoot. I think it has the goriest trailer I’ve ever seen.

Here’s a link to the trailer if anyone is interested:
Mod Note: Bloody & Gory

Thanks for the mod note. :slight_smile:


#4

As for Slit Mouthed Woman and Zombie Dead, I can’t find anything. The only thing I can find is for a film called “Carved: The Slit Mouth Woman,” which was released in 2007 by Tartan Video. The company ceased operations since then, but all it’s title are now held by a new company called Palisades Tartan, so this isn’t it.

I can’t find anything on Zombie Dead at all. Anyone have any idea what it is?

Edit: Just found this, and it sounds like Switchblade material to me. This could be it: Slit-Mouthed Woman DVD . It appears to have been released on DVD in 2005, but the companies website, as well as most retailers, are now listing it “out of stock”.


#5

Thanks for the find cody as I’m sure most people are not aware of the new Switchblade titles announced.


#6

[quote=dragoon]
Thanks for the find cody as I’m sure most people are not aware of the Switchblade titles.[/quote]

No problem. I really enjoy Asian horror films, even some of the “raunchier” ones, so I like to spread their word. But after doing some research on this, there are apparently a few companies out there that make their fortunes with “pink” cinema. Hope it does well for Switchblade and ADV.


#7

I wonder if ADV is trying to get this live action shows on any of the movie networks out there.