Newsletter - FOR THE WEEK

OF January 12th, 2015

  This Week's Highlights

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The Tales of Hoffmann [Blu-ray] (Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, 1951) RB UK Studiocanal

Circle of Danger (Jacques Tourneur, 1951) R2 Network

Manuela (Guy Hamilton, 1957) R2 Network

Pictures of the Old World (Dusan Hanák, 1972) R2 UK Second Run

Spring in a Small Town (Mu Fei, 1948) R2 UK BFI

Winter Sleep [Blu-ray] (Nuri Bilge Ceylan, 2014) RB UK New Wave Films

The Overnighters [Blu-ray] (Jesse Moss, 2014) Cinedigm

Sweet Smell of Success [Blu-ray] (Alexander Mackendrick, 1957) RB UK Arrow Academy

The Outsider [Blu-ray] (Paul L. Stein, 1939) RB UK Network

My Brother Jonathan (Harold French, 1948) R2 Network

Big Hero 6 [Blu-ray] (Chris Williams Don Hall, 2014) Disney

Wild River [Blu-ray] (Elia Kazan, 1960) RB UK Masters of Cinema

The Other [Blu-ray] (Robert Mulligan, 1972) RB UK Eureka

The Black Torment [Blu-ray] (Robert Hartford-Davis, 1964) RB Odeon Entertainment

'71 [Blu-ray] (Yann Demange, 2014) RB UK Studiocanal

Waterfront [Blu-ray] (Michael Anderson, 1950) RB UK Network

Network [Blu-ray] (Sidney Lumet, 1976) RB UK Arrow Academy

The Nightcomers [Blu-ray] (Michael Winner, 1971) RB UK Network

Homeland - Season 4 [Blu-ray] [2015] RB UK 20th Century Fox

Kiss Me, Stupid [Blu-ray] (Billy Wilder, 1964) Olive Films

The Liberator [Blu-ray] (Alberto Arvelo, 2013) Cohen Media

Man of the West [Blu-ray] (Anthony Mann, 1958) RB UK Masters of Cinema

How to Murder Your Wife [Blu-ray] (Richard Quine, 1965) Olive Films

Guilt Is My Shadow (Roy Kellino, 1950) R2 Network

The Homesman [Blu-ray] (Tommy Lee Jones, 2014) Lionsgate

Aces High [Blu-ray] (Jack Gold, 1976) RB UK Studiocanal

Bad Timing [Blu-ray] (Nicolas Roeg, 1980) RB DE Koch Media

Stromboli [Blu-ray] (Roberto Rossellini, 1950) RB DE Koch Media

DVD Twin Pack: Hollow Triumph & The Bigamist - Film Chest

Day of Anger [Blu-ray] (Tonino Valerii, 1967) RB UK Arrow

Rollerball [Blu-ray] (Norman Jewison, 1975) RB UK Arrow

Traps (Vera Chytilová, 1998) R2 UK Second Run

Equilibrium [Blu-ray] (Kurt Wimmer, 2002) Miramax

Tower of Terror [Blu-ray] (Lawrence Huntington, 1941) RB UK Network

Assassin for Hire (Michael McCarthy, 1951) R2 Network

The Grifters [Blu-ray] (Stephen Frears, 1990) Miramax

White Bird in a Blizzard [Blu-ray] (Gregg Araki, 2014) Magnolia

Lady Chatterley's Lover [Blu-ray] (Just Jaeckin, 1981) Olive Films

The Road to Hong Kong [Blu-ray] (Norman Panama, 1962) Olive Films

1969 [Blu-ray] (Ernest Thompson, 1988) Olive Films

Psych-Out [Blu-ray] (Richard Rush, 1968) Olive Films

VEEP: Season 3 [Blu-ray] - HBO Studios

Battlestar Galactica: The Definitive Collection [Blu-ray] - Universal Studios

Full Frontal [Blu-ray] (Steven Soderbergh, 2002) Miramax

The Money Pit [Blu-ray] (Richard Benjamin, 1986) RB DE Koch Media

VANish [Blu-ray] (Bryan Bockbrader, 2015) MPI

Let's Kill Ward's Wife [Blu-ray] (Scott Foley, 2014) Well Go USA

The Wild Angels [Blu-ray] (Roger Corman, 1966) Olive Films

Before I Go to Sleep [Blu-ray] (Rowan Joffe, 2014) RB UK Studiocanal

They Live [Blu-ray] (John Carpenter, 1988) RB UK Studiocanal

Darling [Blu-ray] (John Schlesinger, 1965) RB UK Studiocanal

Halo: Nightfall [Blu-ray] (Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, 2014) RB UK Anchor Bay Entertainment

Extraterrestrial [Blu-ray] (Colin Minihan, 2014) RB UK Signature Entertainment

The Raven [Blu-ray] (Roger Corman, 1963) RB UK Arrow Video

Tales of Terror [Blu-ray] (Roger Corman, 1962) RB UK Arrow Video

The Haunted Palace [Blu-ray] (Roger Corman, 1963) RB UK Arrow Video

The March Hare (George More O'Ferrall, 1956) R2 Network

Ride the Pink Horse [Blu-ray] (Robert Montgomery, 1947) Criterion

Gates of Heaven/Vernon, Florida [Blu-ray] (Errol Morris, 1978/1984) Criterion

The Soft Skin [Blu-ray] (François Truffaut, 1964) Criterion

The Thin Blue Line [Blu-ray] (Errol Morris, 1988) Criterion

Cries and Whispers [Blu-ray] (Ingmar Bergman, 1972) Criterion

Hoop Dreams [Blu-ray] (Steve James, 1994) Criterion

Stations of the Cross [Blu-ray] (Dietrich Brüggemann, 2014) RB UK Arrow Films

Lust for Life [Blu-ray] (Vincente Minnelli, 1956) Warner Home Video

Nightcrawler [Blu-ray] (Dan Gilroy, 2014) Universal Studios

Stray Dogs [Blu-ray] (Ming-liang Tsai, 2013) Cinema Guild



ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): Quite a lot covered this week and I had a great reaction to Criterion's Blu-ray of Kihachi Okamoto’s swordplay classic The Sword of Doom. The rich 1080P appearance definitely expanded upon the old SD presentation. Actually all the Criterion Blu-rays packages this week were impressive from Rainer Werner Fassbinder's The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant to Guy Maddin's mystical My Winnipeg and certainly Preston Sturges' delightfully slick and textured The Palm Beach Story. Sticking with Criterion we, finally, compared their out-of-print Blu-ray of Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth to the, Region 'B', Optimum with very positive results for the UK edition. Robert Mulligan's The Other is an oddly compelling film that continues to improve on repeat viewings. We compared the old DVD with both the Twilight Time Blu-ray and the upcoming Eureka HD transfer. This is a film worth owning! Liliana Cavani's political The Skin is another provocative and controversial work from the director that should appeal to many. I was taken with humor of Antonio Pietrangeli's post-neorealist Adua and Her Friends with Signoret, Mastroianni and Sandra Milo's endearing performances. Robert Aldrich's Ten Seconds to Hell surprised me with its tension and gripping characters. John Schlesinger's The Falcon and the Snowman is one of the better crime-thrillers from the mid 80's - and the Kino Blu-ray worth indulging, IMO. A Capricorn One Blu-ray comparison was uneventful. At the Earth's Core will tickle some nostalgic impulses, but not quite enough for this reviewer although I can relate to the boyhood sci-fi charisma. On DVD Eric covered Second Run's Kinetta and idiosyncratic drama from 2005 and I watched two Network SD discs finding Catacombs, a mid 60's supernatural thriller, having worthwhile value and a little less-so for the sexier, female-spy styler, Death is a Woman. Have a great week, and great first month of 2015!


The Man Who Fell to Earth BD - The Man Who Fell to Earth is a daring exploration of science fiction as an art form. The story of an alien on an elaborate rescue mission provides the launching pad for Nicolas Roeg’s visual tour de force, a formally adventurous examination of alienation in contemporary life. Rock legend David Bowie completely embodies the title role, while Candy Clark, Buck Henry, and Rip Torn turn in pitch-perfect supporting performances. The film’s hallucinatory vision was obscured in the American theatrical release, which deleted nearly twenty minutes of crucial scenes and details. Optimum Blu-ray Release Date: April 4th, 2011

The Other BD - Scripted by Tom Tryon from his own novel, Mulligan's supernatural foray into the troubled world of childhood mercifully avoids the gory excesses of superficially similar films like The Exorcist, made the following year. It might have been mere mumbo-jumbo: his already fertile imagination further stimulated by the promptings of a wise old Russian-born grandmother (Hagen), who teaches him how to empathise totally with other creatures (human and animal), a young boy refuses to believe in the death of his twin brother, whom he blames for a series of mysterious killings. If the level of suspense is lowered by the fact that we soon realise who is responsible, Mulligan none the less produces a genuinely unsettling atmosphere, undermining the idyllic veneer of his '30s pastoral setting by refusing to romanticise his characters and stressing the claustrophobic elements of living in a close-knit community. Eureka Blu-ray Release Date: February 23rd, 2015

Ten Seconds to Hell BD - This film is a 1959 WWII drama that focuses on members of a German bomb squad. The fatalistic soldiers pool part of their paychecks into a fund that the last surviving member of the squad will get to keep. One by one, the men meet their deaths until only two remain: Karl Wirtz (Jeff Chandler) and Eric Koertner (Jack Palance). The two men vie for the affections of Margot Hofer (Martine Carol), which adds to the growing tension between them. In the film's climax, Wirtz and Koertner are summoned to dismantle a huge bomb, which adds tension to an already stressful situation between the two of them. Director Robert Aldrich pays meticulous attention to the details of bomb deactivation. Blu-ray Release date: February 24th, 2015

My Winnipeg BD - My Winnipeg winds its way through the birthplace of personal mythologies, attempting to understand the nature of memory. Equal parts mystical rumination and personal history, city chronicle and deranged post-Freudian proletarian fantasy, My Winnipeg blends local myth with childhood trauma, all narrated with director Maddin's usual entertaining and inspired energy. Commissioned by Michael Burns whose command was 'enchant me with your treatment' this was Maddin's cue to set about exploring the spell of his home town. By mixing animation, archive and re-enactments he has created an extraordinary visual homage in true individual Guy Maddin style. Blu-ray Release Date: January 20th, 2015

At the Earth's Core BD - Murderous monsters, scantily clad prehistoric playmates and telepathic pterodactyls inhabit the center of our world in this colorful fantasy-adventure about a manned "drill-craft" boring its way to the center of the Earth! Starring sci-fi superstars Doug McClure (The Land That Time Forgot), Peter Cushing (Nothing But the Night) and Caroline Munro (Maniac), this subterranean chiller is the most endearingly whimsical entertainment on - or under - the planet's surface! There's more than lava at the Earth's core. There's also Pellucidar: an underground empire where gargantuan pterodactyls torture and enslave all humanoids - including the lovely Dia (Munro). But all that could change when a surface-dwelling scientist (Cushing) and an American businessman (McClure) drive their powerful "Iron Mole" straight into Pellucidar... stirring up a great deal more than dirt, rocks and lava! Wonderfully directed by sci-fi specialist, Kevin Connor (The People That Time Forgot). Blu-ray Release date: January 13th, 2015

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant BD - Petra Von Kant is a successful fashion designer of moderate wealth. Petra has a silent servant, Marlene, who she badly mistreats and is constantly ordering her to do the most menial tasks. Petra was once married and has a daughter at boarding school, but now has no use for men. After a long conversation with her friend, the Baroness Sidonie, concerning their views on men and the impact of male-female relationships on their independence, Sidonie introduces Petra to Karin. Petra is instantly smitten by Karin and their relationship, and the effect it has on Petra, is the basis for the rest of the film. Blu-ray Release Date: January 13th, 2015

The Palm Beach Story BD - Preston Sturges, son of a wealthy American family, served in the Air Force in World War I and invented a kissproof lipstick before turning to writing comedy during the 1930's. (What else might one do after inventing a kissproof lipstick?) Sophisticated satire was his specialty and he found his greatest success when he started directing his own scripts during the early 1940s. (Readers of CV may have noticed the oft repeated thesis that a disproportionate number of the most successful films result when the writer and the director are the same party.) Blu-ray Release Date: January 20th, 2015

The Skin BD - Based on the short stories of Curzio Malaparte, The Skin is Liliana Cavani's controversial look at the aftermath of the German occupation of Italy during WWII and the equally difficult results of life during the Allied liberation. Marcello Mastroianni stars as writer Malaparte, who chronicled the desperate measures taken by his countrymen in order to survive. Burt Lancaster co-stars as the liberating American General unable to understand the devastation around him. Blu-ray Release date: January 13th, 2015

Adua and Her Friends BD - A rare masterpiece and a wonderful example of Italian Cinema starring two European film icons, Simone Signoret and Marcello Mastroianni, Adua and her Friends tells the story of four prostitutes forced to fend for themselves when a new law closes the bordellos of Rome. They pool their savings to open a trattoria, but find they cannot get a license. A prominent fixer with connections obtains the license for them, on the condition that they conduct their old business upstairs and pay him an exorbitant monthly fee. The works of Pietrangeli, one of the most talented members of the Italian neo-realism movement and capable of delivering gems such as Adua and her Friends and The Visitor definitely deserves to be revisited and to be exposed to a larger international audience. Blu-ray Release date: January 20th, 2015

The Falcon and the Snowman BD - John Schlesinger directed this fact-based drama - adapted from Robert Lindsay's bestseller of the same title -- about two Californians, friends since boyhood, who are caught selling government secrets to the Soviet Union. Christopher Boyce Timothy Hutton is an all-American boy, studying for the priesthood in a seminary. But Boyce decides to drop out of school, and with the help of his father Pat Hingle, a FBI agent, he gets a job working for the CIA in a message-routing center. While reading the messages, Boyce is shocked to learn that the CIA is involved in fixing Australian elections. Watching the Watergate hearings on television, he feels an ever-mounting sense of outrage at the arrogance of the U.S. government and decides to do something about it. Deciding to supply the CIA messages to the Russians, he enlists his childhood friend Daulton Lee Sean Penn to help him. Blu-ray Release date: January 13th, 2015

The Sword of Doom BD - Wandering samurai Ryunosuke lives his life in a maelstrom of violence. A gifted swordsman—plying his trade during the turbulent final days of Shogunate rule—he kills without remorse, without mercy. It is a way of life that ultimately leads to madness. The Criterion Collection is proud to present director Kihachi Okamoto’s swordplay classic The Sword of Doom, the thrilling story of a man who chooses to devote his life to evil. Blu-ray Release Date: January 6th, 2015

Capricorn One BD - Peter Hyams' cynical, paranoid thriller looked particularly eerie in the wake of the Columbia disaster. Three astronauts (James Brolin, Sam Waterston, and O.J.) are set to embark on the first manned flight to Mars. At the last minute they're pulled aside and Hal Holbrook explains that the life-support systems were faulty, but that NASA can't afford to blow its credibility by cancelling the flight. So the astronauts are forced to go along with a faked Mars-walk. Shout! Factory Release Blu-ray date: January 13th, 2015

Catacombs - Money and power have brought Mrs Garth a charming husband. But despite her beauty and intelligence, she receives neither his loyalty nor his love; instead, he is infatuated with her young niece. Mrs Garth domineering ways have also alienated her only secretary, Richard Corbett. In her safe she holds cheques once forged by Corbett and, while she is alive, he must remain within her service. To gain their freedom, the two men contemplate murdering Mrs Garth. One weekend their plans become reality with chilling consequences. DVD Release Date: August 25th, 2014

Death is a Woman - Making a spectacular change from teen pop sensation to actress, Logie-Award-winning Australian singer Patsy Ann Noble is the scene-stealing, bikini-clad femme fatale in this stylish, cleverly plotted murder mystery. Giving Noble one of her earliest film roles and also starring Mark Burns, Wanda Ventham and Shaun Curry, Death Is a Woman is presented here in a brand-new digital transfer in its original theatrical aspect ratio. DVD Release Date: April 28th, 2014

Kinetta - The debut feature by Yorgos Lanthimos, the director of DOGTOOTH and ALPS. Kinetta. A defunct Greek resort town, inhabited during the off-season by migrant workers. In this drab off-season resort town, Lanthimos studies the cryptic activities of an inscrutable trio (a policeman, a photographer, and a hotel maid) who barely speak and who pass the time by staging reenactments of murders. DVD Release Date: January 26th, 2015

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

January 12th, 2015


At the Earth's Core [Blu-ray] (Kevin Connor, 1976) Kino Lorber (BEAVER REVIEW)

Before I Go to Sleep [Blu-ray] (Rowan Joffe, 2014) RB UK Studiocanal

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant [Blu-ray] (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1972) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

Capricorn One [Blu-ray] (Peter Hyams, 1977) Shout! Factory (BEAVER REVIEW)

Dead Man [Blu-ray] (Jim Jarmusch, 1995) LionsGate (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Falcon and the Snowman [Blu-ray] (John Schlesinger, 1985) Kino Lorber (BEAVER REVIEW)

Fascination [Blu-ray] (Miles Mander, 1931) RB UK Network

Finding Fela! [Blu-ray] (Alex Gibney, 2014) Kino Lorber

Fitzcarraldo [Blu-ray] (Werner Herzog, 1982) Shout! Factory

Foxes [Blu-ray] (Adrian Lyne, 1980) Kino Lorber

God's Pocket [Blu-ray] (John Slattery, 2014) RB UK Arrow (BEAVER REVIEW)

Lift To The Scaffold [Blu-ray] (Louis Malle, 1958) RB UK Artificial Eye

My Left Foot [Blu-ray] (Jim Sheridan, 1989) LionsGate

River's Edge [Blu-ray] (Tim Hunter, 1986) Kino Lorber

The Skin [Blu-ray] (Liliana Cavani, 1981) Cohen Media (BEAVER REVIEW)

Supernova [Blu-ray] (Walter Hill, 2000) Shout! Factory

A Walk Among the Tombstones [Blu-ray] (Scott Frank, 2014) Universal Studios


January 19th, 2015


Adua and Her Friends [Blu-ray] (Antonio Pietrangeli, 1960) Raro Video USA (BEAVER REVIEW)

La belle captive [Blu-ray] (Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1983) Olive

The Drop [Blu-ray] (Michaël R. Roskam, 2014) 20th Century Fox

Eskimo Nell 40th Anniversary Special Edition [Blu-ray] (Martin Campbell, 1975) RB UK 88 Films

DVD Twin Pack: Hollow Triumph & The Bigamist - Film Chest

I'm All Right Jack [Blu-ray] (John Boulting , 1959) RB UK Studio Canal

The Lady Vanishes [Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock,1938) RB UK Network

Lucy [Blu-ray] (Luc Besson, 2014) Universal Studios

The Man Who Knew Too Much [Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock, 1934) RB UK Network

Metropolis [Ultimate Collector's SteelBook] [Blu-ray] (Fritz Lang, 1927) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

My Winnipeg [Blu-ray] (Guy Maddin, 2007) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

On Golden Pond [Blu-ray] (Mark Rydell, 1981) Shout! Factory

The Palm Beach Story [Blu-ray] (Preston Sturges, 1942) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Stations of the Cross [Blu-ray] (Dietrich Brüggemann, 2014) RB UK Arrow Films

Tenebrea [Blu-ray] (Dario Argento, 1982) RB UK Arrow Video

Track the Man Down [Blu-ray] (R.G. Springsteen, 1955) Olive

Two for the Road [Blu-ray] (Stanley Donen, 1967) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

War and Peace [Blu-ray] (King Vidor, 1956) Paramount

The Weapon [Blu-ray] (Val Guest, Hal E. Chester, 1956) Olive

White Bird in a Blizzard [Blu-ray] (Gregg Araki, 2014) Magnolia

Woman They Almost Lynched [Blu-ray] (Allan Dwan, 1953) Olive

World for Ransom [Blu-ray] (Robert Aldrich, 1954) Olive

Young and Innocent [Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock, 1937) RB UK Network

The Zero Theorem [Blu-ray] (Terry Gilliam, 2013) Well Go USA


January 26th, 2015


Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession [Blu-ray] (Nicolas Roeg, 1980) RB UK Network

La Ciénaga [Blu-ray] (Lucrecia Martel, 2001) Criterion Collection

Fury [Blu-ray] (David Ayer, 2014) Sony Pictures

Henry V [Blu-ray] (Kenneth Branagh, 1989) Shout! Factory

A Hole in the Head [Blu-ray] (Frank Capra, 1959) Olive Films

Kinetta (Giorgos Lanthimos, 2005) R2 UK Second Run (BEAVER REVIEW)

Jean De Florette / Manon Of The Spring [Blu-ray] (Claude Berri, 1986) Shout! Factory

Pork Chop Hill [Blu-ray] (Lewis Milestone, 1959) Olive Films

The Replacements [Blu-ray] (Howard Deutch, 2000) Warner

Shoah [Blu-ray] (Claude Lanzmann, 1985) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Thief [Blu-ray] (Michael Mann, 1981) RB UK Arrow Video


February 2nd, 2015


Aces High [Blu-ray] (Jack Gold, 1976) RB UK Studiocanal

The Black Torment [Blu-ray] (Robert Hartford-Davis, 1964) RB Odeon Entertainment

Diner [Blu-ray] (Barry Levinson, 1982) Warner Home Video

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby [Blu-ray] (Ned Benson, 2013-2014) Anchor Bay

Every Man for Himself [Blu-ray] (Jean-Luc Godard, 1980) Criterion

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

Juno Steelbook [Blu-ray] (Jason Reitman, 2007) RB UK 20th Century Fox

Lust for Life [Blu-ray] (Vincente Minnelli, 1956) Warner Home Video

A Man About the House [Blu-ray] (Leslie Arliss, 1947) RB UK Network

My Best Friend's Wedding [Blu-ray] (P.J. Hogan, 1997) Sony Pictures

The Overnighters [Blu-ray] (Jesse Moss, 2014) Cinedigm

Pom Poko [Blu-ray] (Isao Takahata, 1994) Disney

Porco Rosso [Blu-ray] (Hayao Miyazaki, 1992) Disney

Rabid [Blu-ray] (David Cronenberg, 1977) RB UK Arrow Video

Rabid Steelbook [Blu-ray] (David Cronenberg, 1977) RB UK Arrow Video

The Retrieval [Blu-ray] (Chris Eska, 2013) Kino Lorber

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