Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Save Big On Latest Arrow Releases

Arrow Video is currently having a big sale on what appears to include everything they've released this year. With this sale those of us in the US can manage to grab all four of the recent Bava titles for about $52 shipped, which is substantially cheaper than getting them from Amazon UK. There's no indication of how long the sale lasts, so click here to hurry over and get in on the sale.


jervaise brooke hamster said...

I want to bugger Barbara Steele (as the bird was in 1955 when the bird was 18, not as the dirty old slag is now obviously).

Anonymous said...

It lasts all of July!

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