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Hello, everyone I just thought I'd introduce myself.

In my old age, I've found I've developed a taste for certain niche forms of presentation for various forms of media. I also find it interesting how, more obscure versions of a film or TV show can serve as a time capsule, offering a peek into a bygone age when priorities and standards were different. It's often surprising how revealing even little things can be. Seeing old commercials or film trailers from twenty or thirty years in the past, for instance. Or the charm of the old 80s and early 90s hand-painted movie posters.

I also believe that a lot of these alternate cuts or releases should be preserved for posterity, regardless of public interest.

I have an interest in films that never made the jump to digital home video release. A couple of personal favorites include Michael Mann's The Keep (1983) (Though, I think that this may now have a Blu-Ray or DVD release, or may have been released on streaming.)  Eyes of Fire (1983) (A Blu-Ray was announced last December) and The Necronomicon (1993).

Eyes of Fire is such an underrated little gem, it's a shame it was unavailable to the general public for so long.

As a guilty pleasure, I enjoy old Zombie films (just about anything Pre-28 Days Later) as well as B-grade Post-apocalyptic films. I also enjoy old video games from the late 90s and early 2000s as well as old Tabletop RPGs. (Mainly TSR-era D&D).

Lastly, I'd just like to say I appreciate everyone and what they are doing here.

I made a "The Keep" project some time ago, you can find it here - can't help with the files, though... Sad
Sadly my projects are lost due to an HDD crash... Sad
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