Newsletter - FOR THE WEEK

OF January 9th, 2017

  This Week's Highlights

Jeeka, ma chi uula! A full week with Blu-ray reviews from Criterion, BFI, Indicator, Mondo Macabro, Altered Innocence, Flicker Alley, Shout! Factory, Eureka, Twilight Time of films by Víctor Erice, David Cronenberg, Charles Burnett, Frank Lloyd, Josef von Sternberg, Junya Sato, Kirsten Johnson, Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, J. Lee Thompson, Jesús Franco and more. Our Calendar has an update including films by John Ford, Arthur Hiller, Ang Lee, Michael Mann, Jim Jarmusch, Jack Arnold, Ishirô Honda, Irwin Allen, Joe D'Amato and more. Feature Blu-ray and DVD is posted for JANUARY. We have a CONTEST posted with a Shout! Factory Blu-ray prize. Enjoy!!

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Memories of Underdevelopment [Blu-ray] (Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, 1968) RB UK Mr Bongo

Two Rode Together [Blu-ray] (John Ford, 1961) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Man of La Mancha [Blu-ray] (Arthur Hiller, 1972) Shout! Factory

Lone Wolf and Cub - The Complete Babycart Series [Blu-ray] - Criterion UK (BEAVER REVIEW)

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk [Blu-ray] (Ang Lee, 2016) Sony Pictures
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk [4K Ultra HD
Blu-ray] (Ang Lee, 2016) Sony Pictures

Heat (Remastered) [Blu-ray] (Michael Mann, 1995) RB UK 20th Century Fox

Paterson [Blu-ray] (Jim Jarmusch, 2016) RB UK Soda

Bleed for This [Blu-ray] (Ben Younger, 2016) Universal

Apple Tree Yard [Blu-ray] (Jessica Hobbs, 2016 TV Mini-Series) RB UK Arrow Films

Invasion of the Bee Girls [Blu-ray] (Denis Sanders, 1973) Shout! Factory

It Came From Outer Space (3D and 2D) [Blu-ray] (Jack Arnold, 1953) Universal (BEAVER REVIEW)

Star Trek: Enterprise: The Complete Series [Blu-ray] - Paramount

Speed Racer: Complete Series [Blu-ray] (Tatsuo Yoshida, 1967) Funimation

King Kong vs. Godzilla [Blu-ray] (Ishirô Honda, 1962) Universal UK

I Am Not a Serial Killer [Blu-ray] (Billy O'Brien, 2016) RB UK Spirit Entertainment

The Girl on the Train [Blu-ray] (Tate Taylor, 2016) RB UK E1 Entertainment

Journey to the Far Side of the Sun [Blu-ray] (Robert Parrish, 1969) Universal UK

Five Weeks in a Balloon [Blu-ray] (Irwin Allen, 1962) RB UK 101 Films

Never Too Young to Die [Blu-ray] (Director: Gil Bettman, 1986) Shout! Factory

The Vampire [Blu-ray] (Paul Landres, 1957) Shout! Factory

I Bury the Living [Blu-ray] (Albert Band, 1958) Shout! Factory

The Screaming Skull [Blu-ray] (Alex Nicol, 1958) Shout! Factory

The Gate [Blu-ray] (Tibor Takács, 1987) Lionsgate

The Love Witch [Blu-ray] (Anna Biller, 2016) Oscilloscope Laboratories

Tales from the Hood [Blu-ray] (Rusty Cundieff, 1995) Shout! Factory

Contamination .7 [Blu-ray] (Joe D'Amato, 1993) Shout! Factory

Bad Day at Black Rock [Blu-ray] (John Sturges, 1955) Warner Archive

No Highway in the Sky [Blu-ray] (Henry Koster, 1951) Kino Lorber

Wait Until Dark [Blu-ray] (Terence Young, 1967) Warner Archive

Ludwig (4-Disc Limited Edition) [Blu-ray] (Luchino Visconti, 1973) Arrow Video US

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 1974) RB UK BFI

23 Paces to Baker Street [Blu-ray] (Henry Hathaway, 1956) Kino Lorber

Mildred Pierce [Blu-ray] (Michael Curtiz, 1945) RB UK Criterion

Cul-De-Sac [Blu-ray] (Roman Polanski, 1966) RB UK Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Harmonium [Blu-ray] (Kôji Fukada, 2016) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Prince of Foxes [Blu-ray] (Henry King, 1949) Kino Lorber

A Town Like Alice [Blu-ray] (Jack Lee, 1956) RB UK Network

September [Blu-ray] (Woody Allen, 1987) RB UK Arrow

Another Woman [Blu-ray] (Woody Allen, 1988) RB UK Arrow

Assault on Precinct 13 [Blu-ray] (John Carpenter, 1976) RB UK Second Sight

Vampires [Blu-ray] (John Carpenter, 1998) RB UK Indicator/ Powerhouse Films

Bunny Lake Is Missing [Blu-ray] (Otto Preminger, 1965) RB UK Indicator/ Powerhouse Films

The Anderson Tapes [Blu-ray] (Sidney Lumet, 1971) RB UK Indicator/ Powerhouse Films

One Million Years B.C. [Blu-ray] (Don Chaffey, 1966) Kino Lorber

Born Free [Blu-ray] (James Hill, 1966) RB UK Eureka

The Package [Blu-ray] (Andrew Davis, 1989) RB UK 88 Films

Eve of Destruction [Blu-ray] (Duncan Gibbins, 1991) RB UK 88 Films

Death Walks at Midnight [Blu-ray] (Luciano Ercoli, 1972) Arrow Video US (BEAVER REVIEW)

Death Walks at Midnight [Blu-ray] (Luciano Ercoli, 1972) Arrow Video UK (BEAVER REVIEW)

Death Walks on High Heels [Blu-ray] (Luciano Ercoli, 1971) Arrow Video US (BEAVER REVIEW)

Death Walks on High Heels [Blu-ray] (Luciano Ercoli, 1971) Arrow Video UK (BEAVER REVIEW)

Pieces [Blu-ray] (Juan Piquer Simón, 1982) RB UK Arrow

Amuck [Blu-ray] (Silvio Amadio, 1972) RB UK 88 Films

Jason and the Argonauts [Blu-ray] (Don Chaffey, 1963) Sony UK

The Alligator People [Blu-ray] (Roy Del Ruth, 1959) RB UK 101 Films

Massacre in Dinosaur Valley [Blu-ray] (Michele Massimo Tarantini, 1985) RB UK 88 Films

Property Is No Longer a Theft [Blu-ray] (Elio Petri, 1973) Arrow Video US

Ghosts of Mars [Blu-ray] (John Carpenter, 2001) RB UK Indicator/ Powerhouse Films

Cinema Paradiso [Blu-ray] (Giuseppe Tornatore, 1988) Arrow Video US (BEAVER REVIEW)



ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): While I was thrilled to see Víctor Erice's El Sur in 1080P - the BFI Blu-ray is still a bit underwhelming although not near enough to discourage purchasing, IMO. I thoroughly enjoyed the film experience of Pirjo Honkasalo's amazingly visual Concrete Night on Blu-ray. I was impressed with Shout! Factory's Blu-rays of David Cronenberg's Rabid - great transfer and extras - and their The House That Screamed - a stylish and eerie 70's thriller. Criterion's Blu-ray of Kirsten Johnson's Cameraperson is a very worthy documentary and a great choice to bring to 1080P. I got a kick out of both Twilight Time Blu-rays reviewed this week; the Harryhausen-infused fantasy The 3 Worlds of Gulliver and the Japanese nail-biter The Bullet Train are both excellent Blu-ray packages. Osamu Tezuka's 2001 Manga Metropolis is a "a hallucinatory tour de force of color, perspective and scale, virtually encapsulates the history of Japanese animation" - a great Blu-ray from Eureka in the UK. Happy Birthday to Me - an 80's Canadian slasher flic has a strong following - with good reason - the Indicator, region FREE, Blu-ray gets top marks. Charles Burnett's The Glass Shield comes to Blu-ray from the BFI - it's a deeply probing Police drama and a marvelous film. The silent era film Children of Divorce with Gary Cooper and "It" girl Clara Bow arrives on Blu-ray from Flicker Alley and we can fully endorse. I wasn't as thrilled with Jesús Franco's Night of a Thousand Desires, not my cup-of-tea and a poor looking film to boot. On DVD Eric reviewed eight discs this week with a few that caught my eye; the Bulgaria/Romania drama Viktoria sounds intriguing as does the Belgium fantasy-mystery Neither Heaven Nor Earth and the 2015 romance Summertime appears to have some positive cinematic attributes. I'm also keen to relax to the 70's British TV comedy series I Didn't Know You Cared.  

"And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been..”

Have a stupendous week!


The 3 Worlds of Gulliver BD - The phenomenal team of special effects wizard Ray Harryhausen, composer Bernard Herrmann, and director Jack Sher bring their gifts to bear on The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960), a spritely adaptation of Jonathan Swift’s acerbic satire, Gulliver’s Travels. Satire gives way here, however, to the fantastical tale of a doctor (Kerwin Mathews) and his stowaway fiancée (June Thorburn) who adventure first to Lilliput – a land populated by four-inch-tall schemers – and then to Brobdingnag, where giants prove no more politic. Blu-ray Release date: December, 2016

The Bullet Train BD - A terrific central concept: a bomb is planted on one of Japan's 200 mph Shinkansen expresses, primed to explode as soon as the train slows to a certain speed. Savour it, because it's virtually all there is; the clumsy plotting, low-octane direction and muffled performances certainly don't add up to much of a movie. All that's required from Ken Takakura (as the chief bomber) is his presence, which he delivers adequately. Blu-ray Release Date: December, 2016

Metropolis (2001) BD - In the industrial, tri-level world of Metropolis, Duke Red is a powerful leader with plans to unveil a highly advanced robot named Tima. But Duke Reds violent son Rock distrusts robots and intends to find and destroy Tima. Lost in the confusing labyrinth beneath Metropolis, Tima is beginning a friendship with the young nephew of a Japanese detective. But when Duke Red separates the two innocents, Timas life and the fate of the universe is dangerously at stake. Blu-ray Release date: January 16th, 2017

Rabid BD - After undergoing radical emergency surgery, Rose (former adult film star Marilyn Chambers in her first leading role in a mainstream film) develops an insatiable desire for blood. She searches out victims to satisfy her incurable craving, infecting them with an unknown disease which in turn swiftly drives them insane... and makes them equally bloodthirsty. Follow the lovely but deadly Rose through her terrifying ordeal as victim by victim, the spreading circle of casualties grows... until no one can escape their grisly fate of becoming... Rabid. Blu-ray Release date: November 22nd, 2016

The House That Screamed BD - This stylishly and very eerie thriller stars Lili Palmer as Senora Fourneau, the severe headmistress of a French boarding school for wayward young women. The rigid constraints of 19th-century social conditioning have turned the school into a hotbed of uncontrolled sexual urges. Soon it is discovered that one by one, the young girls are vanishing. It is assumed they are sneaking away at night, so the school is securely locked down at night. But the young women continue to go missing, as it appears a mysterious assassin is stalking the dark hallways of the ghostly manor. Quite intense for its time, this film represented a new boldness in gothic style among European thrillers which would reach its zenith during the 1970s. Blu-ray Release date: December 27th, 2016

Children of Divorce BD - The film begins in an American "divorce colony" in Paris after the First World War, where parents would leave their children for months at a time. Jean, Kitty, and Ted meet there as children and become fast friends. Years later, in America, when wealthy Ted (Gary Cooper) reconnects with Jean (Esther Ralston), the two fall deeply in love, vowing to fulfill a childhood promise to one day marry each other. But true love and the most innocent of plans are no match for the scheming Kitty - played by the original Hollywood "It" girl, Clara Bow - who targets Ted for his fortune. Blu-ray Release date: December 13th, 2016

Night of a Thousand Desires BD - In the 1980s, after the death of the Spanish dictator, Jess Franco returned to his native country and made a series of films in which he was given almost total freedom. Night Has A Thousand Desires is one of the most artistically successful of these films. It's filled with familiar Franco touches - artful cinematography, atmospheric locations, naked women, an avant-garde soundtrack - and it features one of Lina Romay's most committed performances. Blu-ray Release date: December 13th, 2016

The Glass Shield BD - The first black recruit in his squad, rookie cop J J Johnson (Michael Boatman) struggles to adapt to life on the force when confronted by the inherent prejudices and corruption of his precinct. Immediately positioned as an outsider, along with fellow novice cop Deborah (Lori Petty), J J witnesses first-hand the brutality and implicit racism of his Caucasian colleagues. When an unlawful search results in the arrest of Teddy Woods, (Ice Cube) on dubious murder charges, J J risks his job and his life to reveal the truth. Blu-ray Release date: January 23rd, 2017

Concrete Night BD - A stunning, dream-like odyssey through a beautiful and otherworldly Helsinki over the course of one evening, CONCRETE NIGHT follows the impressionable 14-year-old Simo as he keeps his soon-to-be incarcerated brother company. The official Finnish submission to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film captures the pain and joy of youth through exquisite, eye-popping black-and-white cinematography. Blu-ray Release date: January 17th, 2017

El Sur BD - Estrella Arenas (Icíar Bollaín), a rural Spanish teenager with a rich imagination, dreams of her mysterious father Agustín (Omero Antonutti), a man who in recent years has drifted away from her. Estrella struggles to piece together Agustín's secret history and recalls her family's sudden unexplained move from Seville, Spain, to the northern countryside in her youth. Estrella decides to return alone to the South, a place warped by years of her father's hazy and nostalgic recollections. Blu-ray Release date: January 23rd, 2017

Cameraperson BD - A boxing match in Brooklyn; life in postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina; the daily routine of a Nigerian midwife; an intimate family moment at home with the director: Kirsten Johnson weaves these scenes and others into her film Cameraperson, a tapestry of footage captured over her twenty-five-year career as a documentary cinematographer. Through a series of episodic juxtapositions, Johnson explores the relationships between image makers and their subjects, the tension between the objectivity and intervention of the camera, and the complex interaction of unfiltered reality with crafted narrative. A work that combines documentary, autobiography, and ethical inquiry, Cameraperson is a moving glimpse into one filmmaker’s personal journey and a thoughtful examination of what it means to train a camera on the world. Blu-ray Release date: February 7th, 2017

Happy Birthday to Me BD - Popular high school senior, Virginia Wainwright (Melissa Sue Anderson), survives a freak accident but suffers from memory loss and traumatic blackouts. As she attempts to resume a normal life, something terrible is happening - her friends are being ruthlessly murdered one by one. But will she be the next victim or is she the killer? Blu-ray Release Date: December 12th, 2016

Neither Heaven Nor Earth - French Army Captain Antares Bonassieu and his squad are assigned to monitor a remote valley of Wakhan, Afghanistan on the border of Pakistan. Negotiating control of the region between local shepherds and possible Taliban sympathizers grows more and more tenuous for them as men from all sides start mysteriously disappearing. Unable to explain this eerie phenomenon, the soldiers find themselves embroiled in an existential nightmare, desperate for their own safety. DVD Release Date: December 6th, 2016

Viktoria - Maya Vitkova's stunning debut feature VIKTORIA follows three generations of women in the final years of the People's Republic of Bulgaria and the early years of the new government, focusing on reluctant mother Boryana and her daughter, Viktoria, who in one of the film's surreal, magical touches is born without an umbilical cord. Though unwanted by her mother, Viktoria is named the country's Baby of the Decade, and is showered with gifts and attention until the disintegration of the East Bloc. Despite throwing their worlds off balance, the resulting political changes also allow for the possibility of reconciliation. DVD Release Date: November 8th, 2016

Summertime - Sensual and elegant, Catherine Corsini's SUMMERTIME follows Carole and Delphine as they fall in love against the backdrop of early feminist activism in 1971 France. After living in the city, Delphine is called home to help with her family farm in the countryside and is forced to choose between her responsibility to them and the life of love she had in Paris with Carole. An enlightening tale about the infatuation of first love and its universal themes. DVD Release Date: November 15th, 2016

I Didn't Know You Cared - All four series' of the British television comedy about the feuding Brandon family. Uncle Mort (Robin Bailey) constantly argues with his sister Annie (Liz Smith), who in turn can't stand her husband Les (John Comer). The only thing that unites them is their determination to turn their laid-back son Carter (Stephen Rea) into a go-getting executive before he marries his fiancée Pat (Anita Carey). DVD Release Date: November 28th, 2016

Esteros - Matias and Jeronimo have known each other since childhood. During the holiday before they begin high school, their friendship takes a new turn when they both experience their sexual awakening. However, Matias's father forces them apart when he takes a new job far away. Distance and family contempt for homosexuality leads Matias to deny his friend, and ultimately, himself. More than ten years later, Matias returns to his old town for Carnival with his girlfriend, where he unexpectedly runs into Jeronimo. Feelings between the two men slowly reappear, leading to a long-repressed awakening. But at what cost? DVD Release Date: November 29th, 2016

Me, Myself and Her - Stars two popular award-winning Italian actresses in a romantic comedy about sexuality, relationships and temptation. Marina and Federica have lived together as a couple for five years in their gorgeous Rome apartment. Beautiful and funny, Marina runs a successful health food restaurant. As a former popular actress, she is independent and self-confident, with no doubts about her sexuality and her love for Federica. Federica is a busy, respected architect with a marriage behind her and a grown son. Marina is the first and only woman of her life, but Federica has never declared herself to be a lesbian, and is very discrete about the relationship. When Federica runs into a man she once had a crush on, she starts asking herself what she really wants from life and love, throwing her relationship with Marina into question. Will the couple survive Federica s identity crisis? DVD Release Date: December 6th, 2016

Lazy Eye - When Dean, a graphic designer in Los Angeles, notices a sudden change in his vision, an ex-love from 15 years earlier contacts him unexpectedly in hopes of rekindling their relationship. When the two meet at a vacation house in the desert near Joshua Tree, secrets are revealed and passions rekindled that threaten to upend both of their lives. Forty-eight hours later, neither will ever be the same. DVD Release Date: November 15th, 2016

Kiss Me, Kill Me - While confronting his unfaithful boyfriend, Dusty blacks-out. When he comes to, his boyfriend has been murdered and he's the prime suspect. DVD Release Date: November 15th, 2016

 Next 6 weeks on the Calendar

January 9th, 2017


The 400 Blows [Blu-ray] (François Truffaut, 1959) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Accountant [Blu-ray] (Gavin O'Connor, 2016) Warner Brothers

Assault on Precinct 13 [Blu-ray] (John Carpenter, 1976) RB UK Second Sight

La Bamba [Blu-ray] (Luis Valdez, 1987) RB UK Eureka

Battleground [Blu-ray] (William A. Wellman, 1949) Warner Archive

Black Orpheus [Blu-ray] (Marcel Camus, 1959) UK Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Broadway Danny Rose [Blu-ray] (1984) RB UK Arrow (BEAVER REVIEW)

David and Bathsheba [Blu-ray] (Henry King, 1951) Kino

Dead of Winter [Blu-ray] (Arthur Penn, 1987) Shout! Factory

His Girl Friday [Blu-ray] (Howard Hawks, 1940) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

His Girl Friday [Blu-ray] (Howard Hawks, 1940) UK Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Homeland - Season 5 [Blu-ray] - 20th Century Fox

Ixcanul [Blu-ray] (Jayro Bustamante, 2015) Kino

Lady Libertine / Love Circles [Blu-ray] - Intervision Picture Corp

The People vs. Fritz Bauer [Blu-ray] (Lars Kraume, 2015) Cohen Media

Scavenger Hunt [Blu-ray] (Michael Schultz, 1979) Kino

The Unholy Four [Blu-ray] (Enzo Barboni, 1970) Kino


January 16th, 2017


Bad Day at Black Rock [Blu-ray] (John Sturges, 1955) Warner Archive

Battleship (4K Ultra HD Blu-ray) (Peter Berg, 2012) Universal Studios

Ben-Hur [Blu-ray] (Timur Bekmambetov, 2016) Paramount

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari - Limited 2-disc Blu-ray SteelBook edition (Robert Wiene, 1920) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

Concrete Night [Blu-ray] (Pirjo Honkasalo, 2013) Altered Innocence (BEAVER REVIEW)

Death Race 2050 [Blu-ray] (G.J. Echternkamp, 2016) Universal Studios

Fox and His Friends [Blu-ray] (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1975) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Girl on the Train [Blu-ray] (Tate Taylor, 2016) Universal Studios

Long Way North [Blu-ray] (Rémi Chayé, 2015) Shout! Factory

Metropolis [Blu-ray] (Rintaro, 2001) RB UK Eureka (BEAVER REVIEW)
Metropolis Steelbook [
Blu-ray] (Rintaro, 2001) RB UK Eureka (BEAVER REVIEW)

Ouija: Origin of Evil [Blu-ray] (Mike Flanagan, 2016) Universal Studios

Revenge of the Blood Beast [Blu-ray] ( Michael Reeves, 1966) Raro Video USA

Something Wild [Blu-ray] (Jack Garfein, 1961) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Takashi Miike's Black Society Trilogy (Shinjuku Triad Society, Rainy Dog, Ley Lines) [Blu-ray] Arrow

The Whole Truth [Blu-ray] (Courtney Hunt, 2016) Lionsgate


January 23rd, 2017


Black Girl [Blu-ray] (Ousmane Sembène, 1966) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Blood Rage [Blu-ray] (John Grissmer, 1987) Arrow (BEAVER REVIEW)

Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! [Blu-ray] (George Marshall, 1966) Olive

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia [Blu-ray] (Sam Peckinpah, 1974) RB UK Arrow

Charlie Chaplin: The Essanay Comedies [Blu-ray] - BFI

Creepy [Blu-ray] (Kiyoshi Kurosawa, 2016) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

El Sur [Blu-ray] (Víctor Erice, 1983) RB UK BFI (BEAVER REVIEW)

Francofonia [Blu-ray] (Aleksandr Sokurov, 2015) RB UK Artificial Eye

Ghosts of Mars [Blu-ray] (John Carpenter, 2001) RB UK Indicator/ Powerhouse Films

The Glass Shield [Blu-ray] (Charles Burnett, 1994) RB UK BFI (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Man Who Fell to Earth (3-disc Limited Collector's Edition) [Blu-ray] (Nicolas Roeg, 1976) Lionsgate

The New Centurions [Blu-ray] (Richard Fleischer, 1972) RB UK Indicator/ Powerhouse Films

Rawhide [Blu-ray] (Henry Hathaway, 1951) RB UK Signal One Entertainment

Sabotage [Blu-ray] (Harold Young, 1939) Olive

Stagecoach [Blu-ray] (Gordon Douglas, 1966) RB UK Signal One

Vampires [Blu-ray] (John Carpenter, 1998) RB UK Indicator/ Powerhouse Films

Variety [Blu-ray] (Ewald André Dupont, 1925) RB UK Masters Of Cinema

The Vessel [Blu-ray] (Julio Quintana, 2016) Outsider Pictures

The Wages of Fear [Blu-ray] (Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1953) RB UK BFI

Wait Until Dark [Blu-ray] (Terence Young, 1967) Warner Archive


January 30th, 2017


Bells Are Ringing [Blu-ray] (Vincente Minnelli, 1960) Warner Archive

The Complete Billy Jack Collection [Blu-ray] - Shout! Factory

The Black Dragon's Revenge [Blu-ray] (Tommy Loo Chung, 1975) The Film Detective

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back [Blu-ray] (Edward Zwick, 2016) Paramount

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back [4K UHD Blu-ray] (Edward Zwick, 2016) Paramount

The Mercenary [Blu-ray] (Sergio Corbucci, 1968) RB UK 88 Films

Raising Cain [Blu-ray] (Brian De Palma, 1992) RB UK Arrow

Runaway Train [Blu-ray] (Andrei Konchalovsky, 1985) Arrow Academy (BEAVER REVIEW)

War on Everyone [Blu-ray] (John Michael McDonagh, 2016) RB UK ICON Entertainment


February 6th, 2017


American Pastoral [Blu-ray] (Ewan McGregor, 2016) Lionsgate

Antibirth [Blu-ray] (Danny Perez, 2016) Shout! Factory

The Beyond [Blu-ray] (Lucio Fulci, 1981) RB UK Arrow

Cameraperson [Blu-ray] (Kirsten Johnson, 20160 Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Deluge [Blu-ray] (Felix E. Feist, 1933) Kino Lorber

Dr. Orloff's Monster [Blu-ray] (Jesús Franco, 1964) Kino Lorber

The General/The Three Ages [Blu-ray] Kino Lorber

The Girl on the Train [Blu-ray] (Tate Taylor, 2016) RB UK E1 Entertainment

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner [Blu-ray] (Stanley Kramer, 1967) Sony

Heat (Remastered) [Blu-ray] (Michael Mann, 1995) RB UK 20th Century Fox

John Wick [4K UHD Blu-ray] (Chad Stahelski, David Leitch. 2014) Lionsgate

Little Sister [Blu-ray] (Zach Clark, 2016) Kino Lorber

No Highway in the Sky [Blu-ray] (Henry Koster, 1951) Kino Lorber

Prince of Foxes [Blu-ray] (Henry King, 1949) Kino Lorber

The Sicilian Clan [Blu-ray] (Henri Verneuil, 1969) Kino Lorber

The Unknown Girl [Blu-ray] (Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne, 2016) RB UK Artificial Eye

What a Way to Go! [Blu-ray] (J. Lee Thompson, 1964) Kino Lorber

Willie Dynamite [Blu-ray] (Gilbert Moses, 1974) RB UK Arrow

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