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A list by me.

I created a list on Amazon of DVD packages I designed. It's not complete as there are a few I probably can't remember and some that aren't out yet, but you may find it of some interest.

This is a domestic release only list. I may at some future point do an international list on their UK site.

Comments

Latigo Flint said…
Seriously cool. I had no idea - and I know, I know, doesn't even include international.

If you had to make a general, blanket statement - what would you say are the main stylistic differences between a domestic and international release. (I.E. for international the general rule can be summed up as "Nipples, nipples, nipples - Danny Aiello's nipples trump all.") Is there anything like that?
sweet list,
Zach Pennington said…
Other than the Danny Aiello nipple rule there isn't a whole lot of difference. Frequently they talk about wanting to see maybe more action internationally, but that's not a rule. You can also get away with a bit more skin overseas.

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