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Thread: CAT FX Show Limited Edition Phantom

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMCE Hammer View Post
    I'd love to see a sequel with Zane where he passes on the mantle.
    Great idea! Wow... Has it been that long? Yep. I guess so. Jeez.
    It's not how hard you hit, but how hard you can be hit and still move forward.

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    It's a fun movie. I still say Treat Williams kind of derails it, but then most actors take their villain roles in these comic movies and camp them up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth 2 Chris View Post
    It's a fun movie. I still say Treat Williams kind of derails it, but then most actors take their villain roles in these comic movies and camp them up.

    Chris
    I agree. He started out okay. But then his camp began to overtake his sinister side. Like his exclamations when the skulls began to glow and blow out the stain glass windows. That was too over the top. Had they toned down his camp expressions, he might have worked out okay. That and I think they should have shot more of the movie in low light or darkness to enhance Phantom's appearance. He looked great. I LOVE that outfit. But he was just shot in too many bright scenes where atmosphere would have enhanced the look immensely. Still, the cinema photography is beautiful throughout. It's a good looking picture.
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    I agree. He started out okay. But then his camp began to overtake his sinister side. Like his exclamations when the skulls began to glow and blow out the stain glass windows. That was too over the top. Had they toned down his camp expressions, he might have worked out okay. That and I think they should have shot more of the movie in low light or darkness to enhance Phantom's appearance. He looked great. I LOVE that outfit. But he was just shot in too many bright scenes where atmosphere would have enhanced the look immensely. Still, the cinema photography is beautiful throughout. It's a good looking picture.
    ^Agreed. I love the color, the scenery, etc. But they could have used some more shadowy shots. Would have helped the whole "Ghost Who Walks" aspect a bit.

    Chris

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    My love of this movie and the Charlton comics make me really appreciate what Castaway did for the license. I don't believe any company has ever done a more extensive product line for the Phantom than Castaway. Another reason why I picked up everything they made. It's unique, well made, and I think very desirable. I really hope this line will encourage other companies to pick up the license and do more with it. There's so much potential here and I thank Castaway for exploring those possibilities. I know it will always remain a dream, but wouldn't it have been cool if Hot Toys had done a Billy Zane Phantom? Oh my...
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    Not bad for just the Grey Phantom alone... particular since he comes with his completer boots, belt, hands.

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    Very good deal! The Grey Ghost is a hard figure to come by. Great score!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MIB41 View Post
    I know it will always remain a dream, but wouldn't it have been cool if Hot Toys had done a Billy Zane Phantom?
    I totally agree that would never happen, but I'd drop $200 on that. Heck, if Cast-a-Way made a 1/6 Tom Tyler Phantom with the same quality as their Flash Gordon, I'd gladly pay $100 for that.

    DO IT, CAST-A-WAY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by torgospizza View Post
    I totally agree that would never happen, but I'd drop $200 on that. Heck, if Cast-a-Way made a 1/6 Tom Tyler Phantom with the same quality as their Flash Gordon, I'd gladly pay $100 for that.

    DO IT, CAST-A-WAY!!!
    I'd definitely pay $100.00 for a 12" Cast-a-Way Phantom.

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