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yendor1152 wrote:Saw this film years ago on cable and thought it was just terrible. Plus, the doctor kept referring to the thing as an "ass-fix," which made for a lot of uninentional laffs.
Jun 9 12 7:06 AM
pinkfloyd95209 wrote:THE ASPHYX will be released on DVD/Blu-Ray this Tuesday April 17 in a Special Edition that will contain both cuts of the film in its correct aspect ratio of 2.35:1 from Kino/Redemption.
Jun 9 12 2:05 PM
JamesD wrote:One question I have to ask, though, for clarification (spoiler alert): At the end, Stephens, in the present day, is hit by two cars in what is likely a suicide. Does this mean that his asphyx has been released from wherever it is (probably still locked in the vault in his estate), or can even an immortal die if they choose to end their life? And was this explained at any point in the movie (if so, I missed it)?
Jun 9 12 3:48 PM
Jameson281 wrote:If you remember the opening of the movie, the police who come to the scene are shocked to discover that the Stephens characters is still alive after the accident.
Feb 1 13 10:13 AM
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Apr 29 13 1:40 PM
Rakshasa wrote:Watched THE ASPHYX. Thought it was beyond boring and just not very compelling. Thank GOD I didn't buy this on DVD and was able to stream it. When I wasn't laughing at the stop-motion hand puppet title character I was wondering if I should turn it off or stck it out to the end. I think I should have just turned it off. Not my cup of tea.
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professor liebstrum wrote:I find the central idea terribly depressing...
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Apr 30 13 1:33 PM
It's a bit like The Tingler, n'est-ce pas?
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