Newsletter - FOR THE WEEK

OF January 14th, 2013

  This Week's Highlights
Kufyenda! - Feels good to be in the routine again with Criterion,  John Ford, Andrei Tarkovsky, Carol Reed, Woody Allen, Wim Wenders, Ridley Scott and more on Blu-ray. We continue with our CONTEST of the week with the prize of a brand new Criterion Blu-ray of The Tin Drum. Last week;. Stephanie R. corrected me - that, while she didn't enter (as she has won previously - although you may win multiple times!) she did know the answer before anyone else: Sean Penn's The Pledge. Incorrect, popular, answer's were Five Easy Pieces, A Few Good Men and The Bucket List. About 12 people got the correct answer the second time around. Congrats Stephanie! The 'Goldfinger' clue reference was remote but Goldfinger was played by Gert Fröbe - he was cast as the villain in the Swiss-German film Es geschah am hellichten Tag (It Happened in Broad Daylight), which was turned into a novel by Swiss author Friedrich Dürrenmatt, who also wrote The Pledge.

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The Master [Blu-ray] (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2012) RB UK Entertainment in Video

Tristana [Blu-ray] (Luis Buñuel, 1970) Koch Entertainment

Nanook of the North / The Wedding of Palo (and Other Films of Arctic Life) [Blu-ray] - Flicker Alley

Little Fugitive [Blu-ray] (Ray Ashley, 1953) Kino Lorber

Siegfried [Blu-ray] (Brian Large, 1990) Deutsche Grammophon

Wreck-It Ralph [Blu-ray] (Rich Moore, 2012) Buena Vista

College [Blu-ray] (James W. Horne, 1927) Kino Lorber

Argo [Blu-ray] (Ben Affleck, 2012) UK Region FREE Warner

A Royal Affair [Blu-ray] (Nikolaj Arcel, 2012) Magnolia

Skyfall [Blu-ray] (Sam Mendes, 2012) Twentieth Century Fox

Red Ball Express (Budd Boetticher, 1952) R2 UK Simply Media

And Now Tomorrow (Irving Pichel, 1944) R2 UK Simply Media

Monsieur Gangster [Blu-ray] (Georges Lautner, 1963) Olive Films

The Claire Denis Collection - R2 UK Artificial Eye

Spy Vs Spy [Blu-ray] (Georges Lautner, 1964) Olive Films

A Monster in Paris [Blu-ray] (Bibo Bergeron, 2011) Shout! Factory

The Terminator [Blu-ray] (James Cameron, 1984) MGM

The Woman on the Beach (Jean Renoir, 1947) R2 UK Odeon Ent.

Elena (Andrey Zvyagintsev, 2011) R2 UK New Wave Films

McCullin [Blu-ray] (David Morris, Jacqui Morris, 2013) RB UK Artificial Eye

Ben-Hur / Ten Commandments [Blu-ray] - Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot: The Complete Series - Shout! Factory

The Vampire Lovers [Blu-ray] (Roy Ward Baker, 1970) Shout! Factory

Jackie Chan: Police Story / Police Story [Blu-ray] - Shout! Factory

Waiting for Lightning [Blu-ray] (Jacob Rosenberg, 2012) First Run Features

Nude For Satan [Blu-ray] (Luigi Batzella, 1974) Redemption

The Pool (Chris Smith, 2007) Kino Lorber

Rolling Thunder [Blu-ray] (John Flynn, 1977) Shout! Factory

A Time To Kill/The Pelican Brief [Blu-ray] Warner Brothers (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Revisionaries (Scott Thurman, 2012) Kino Lorber

Seeds of Destruction [Blu-ray] (Paul Ziller, 2011) Anchor Bay

A Simple Life [Blu-ray] (Ann Hui, 2011) Well Go USA

The Other Son [Blu-ray] (Lorraine Levy, 2012) Koch Entertainment

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians [Blu-ray] (Wallace Worsley, 1964) Kino

A Man Escaped [Blu-ray] (Robert Bresson, 1956) Criterion Collection

A Man Escaped (Robert Bresson, 1956) Criterion Collection

The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp [Blu-ray] (Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, 1943) Criterion Collection

The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, 1943) Criterion Collection

Monsieur Verdoux [Blu-ray] (Charles Chaplin, 1947) Criterion Collection

Monsieur Verdoux (Charles Chaplin, 1947) Criterion Collection

The Blob [Blu-ray] (Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr., 1958) Criterion Collection

Ministry of Fear [Blu-ray] (Fritz Lang, 1944) Criterion Collection

Ministry of Fear (Fritz Lang, 1944) Criterion Collection

Badlands [Blu-ray] (Terrence Malick, 1973) Criterion Collection

Badlands (Terrence Malick, 1973) Criterion Collection

Beyond the Clouds (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1995) Olive Films

The Diary of a Chambermaid [Blu-ray] (Jean Renoir, 1946) Olive Films



ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): Four excellent Blu-ray releases get strong recommendations this week. Wim Wenders' Pina is quite the Blu-ray package. It has 3D and 2D 1080P and looks magnificent. Andrei Tarkovsky's Ivan's Childhood gets the Criterion Blu-ray treatment too and it's a great presentation of an impressive debut. John Ford's The Quiet Man in the new format by Olive Films has most closely captured the brilliance of Technicolor. But I may have been most moved by Miguel Gomes` Tabu - a wonderful pastiche of film history and poetic beauty. Don't let this one get away. Mediocre Woody Allen is like 'stellar' for most directors - I liked To Rome With Love and fans of his work will enjoy. Ridley Scott’s The Duellists is a very good film and worthy Blu-ray. Those who enjoyed the original will get similar kicks from Taken 2 with Liam Neeson kicking more foreigner butt. Lightning Bug has merit and the Image Entertainment Blu-ray is certainly stacked with extras. About Cherry isn't much more than a voyeuristic experiment and the French Blu-ray of Carol Reed`s Fallen Idol just isn't worthy of the great film. Pass. on DVD Eric covered more of his usual niche with `telling` titles like Piranhaconda, Creepozoids and Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity! Enjoy!


Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity - In the distant future, two beautiful young slaves are serving life on a prison galley. It's a no win situation. With no hopes and no map, they escape, convinced that any fate will be an improvement. But what do slave girls know? Crash-landed on a strange planet, they meet Zed, the greatest hunter in the cosmos. His gracious hospitality fools them at first, but even these girls notice that Zed's other guests are disappearing one by one. What is the deadly secret locked behind the doors of Zed's trophy room? Sherlock Holmes never wore outfits like the SLAVE GIRLS FROM BEYOND INFINITY. DVD Release Date: January 14th, 2013

Creepozoids - World War III has turned the world into a smoking cinder. The year is 1998, six years after the nuclear apocalypse, and the fallout continues to plague survivors with periodic bouts of highly toxic acid rain. A group of army deserters, Bianca (Linnea Quigley) and Kate (Kim McKamy), Butch (Ken Abraham), Jesse (Michael Aranda), and Jake (Richard L. Hawkins), take refuge in a seemingly abandoned laboratory complex. They soon discover that the lab was once a top-secret government research centre gone awry. Still lurking in its corridors, a hideous genetically engineered monster emerges and a mysterious substance transforms one of them into another deadly creature. Now trapped, the four survivors must destroy the blood-thirsty beast...or die in its dripping jaws. DVD Release Date: January 14th, 2013

Lightning Bug BD - Bret Harrison (“Grounded for Life”) stars as a frustrated teen who dreams of escaping his miserable life in a small Alabama town for a special effects make-up job in Hollywood, creating grisly monsters. His dream may even be in reach when he’s hired to design the community's annual Halloween spook house and falls in love with a local girl (Laura Prepon, "That ’70s Show”). But there are real monsters in his way, including an abusive stepfather (Kevin Gage, Heat) who terrorizes his mother (Ashley Laurence, Hellraiser), a fanatical religious group who attack his work, and his girlfriend’s own shocking secret that may destroy their happiness together. Based on the inspiring true story of writer/director Robert Hall, award winning special effects makeup designer. Blu-ray Release date: January 15th, 2013

Pina BD - The boundless imagination and physical marvels of the work of the German modern-dance pioneer Pina Bausch leap off the screen in this exuberant tribute by Wim Wenders. A long-planned film collaboration between the director and the choreographer was in preproduction when Bausch died in 2009. Two years later, Wenders decided to go ahead with the project, reconceiving it as an homage to his late friend. The result, shot in stunning 3D, is a remarkable visual experience and a vivid representation of Bausch’s art, enacted by a group of staggeringly talented dancers from her company, the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch. Pina is an adventurous work of cinema that highlights the bold legacy of one of the world’s true creative visionaries. Blu-ray Release date: January 22nd, 2013

About Cherry BD - 18-year-old Angelica (Ashley Hinshaw, Chronicle) shuffles between school, a dead-end job, her exploitative boyfriend (Johnny Weston) and home, where her life consists of cleaning up after her alcoholic mother (Lily Taylor) and protecting her younger sister from their menacing stepfather. After arranging an escape to San Francisco with her best friend Andrew (Dev Patel, Slumdog Millionaire, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), she soon finds herself dating a coke-addicted attorney (James Franco) and becoming immersed in the local adult film industry, mentored by director Margaret (Heather Graham), who has more than just a professional interest in Angelica's talents. Taking an insider's view of the adult film world, first-time director and novelist Stephen Elliott's ABOUT CHERRY is a gritty drama featuring an all-star cast in unprecedented roles. Blu-ray Release date: January 15th, 2013

To Rome With Love BD - Romance! Adventure! Hilarity! Italy! Woody Allen leads this all-star cast on a rollicking ride through the streets of one of the world's greatest cities. Lovers and Fiancés Opera Singers and Architects the talented and the famous and the youthful and the wise are all players within this ensemble tour-de-force as their stories and lives magically criss-cross and collide throughout this engaging film. Also starring Alec Baldwin Roberto Benigni Pen‚lope Cruz Judy Davis Jesse Eisenberg Greta Gerwig and Ellen Page in a movie as incredible as Rome itself. Blu-ray Release date: January 15th, 2013

Dear God No - Dear God No! is a tribute to a lost regional drive - in film from 1976 that doesn't rely heavily on computer gimmicks, and cuts to the core of what made these low - budget films shockingly fun. Shot entirely on SUPER 16MM Fuji film and using equipment from the era, Dear God No! is a drive - in & grindhouse lovers dream. No pretty actors - just a rocking original soundtrack, bikers, babes and blood, and as many naked breasts as the script would allow. Outlaw motorcycle gang The Impalers tri - state rape and murder spree ended in a bloody massacre with rival club Satan s Own. The surviving members sought refuge in a secluded cabin deep in the North Georgia mountains. What first must of seemed like easy prey for a home invasion, became a living nightmare of depravity and violence. A young innocent girl being held captive may hold the key to the twisted secrets locked in the basement and the killing machine feasting on human flesh in the forest outside. DVD Release Date: January 14th, 2013

Piranhaconda - When a rogue scientist discovers an immense egg in the dark recesses of a rainforest he thinks he's stumbled across his fame and fortune. But little does he know that it belongs to a terrifying hybrid monster, known only as the Piranhaconda. Soon the beast is on the loose, hunting for its unborn child, rampaging through the country and destroying everything in its path. A terrifying, edge-of-your-seat chomp romp featuring a Hollywood cast and thrills galore - in the same vein as Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus, Mega Piranha and Sand Sharks. DVD Release Date: January 7th, 2013

The Duellists BD - Keith Carradine and Harvey Keitel star in Ridley Scott’s first motion picture, The Duellists. Two officers in Napoleon’s army violently confront each other in a series of duels. The duels begin as a reaction to a minor incident and escalate into a consuming passion that rules the lives of both men for a period of 30 years. Based on Joseph Conrad’s story, The Duellists explores the themes of obsession, honor and violence. Awarded Best Debut Film at the 1977 Cannes Film Festival, this visually stunning film weaves a compelling story through to an unexpected conclusion. Blu-ray Release date: January 27th, 2013

The Quiet Man BD - John Ford's The Quiet Man celebrates one of Hollywood's most romantic and enduring epics. The first American feature to be filmed in Ireland's picturesque countryside. Ford richly imbued this masterpiece with his love of Ireland and its people. Sean Thornton (John Wayne) in an American boxer who swears off fighting after he accidentally kills an opponent in the ring. Returning to the Irish town of his youth, he purchases the home of his birth and finds happiness when he falls in love with the fiery Mary Kate (Maureen O'Hara). But her insistence that Sean conduct his courtship in a proper Irish manner with matchmaker Barry Fitzgerald along for the ride as "chaperone" is but one obstacle to their future happiness: the other is her brother (Victor McLaglen), who spitefully refuses to give his consent to their marriage, or to honor the tradition of paying a dowry to the husband. Sean could care less about dowries, he would've punched out the bullying McLaglen long ago if he hadn't sworn off fighting. But when Mary Kate accuses him of being a coward and walks out on him, Sean is finally ready to take matters into his own hands, the resulting fistfight erupts into the longest brawl ever filmed, followed by one of the most memorable reconciliations in movie history! The Quiet Man won a total of two Academy Awardsr including Best Director (Ford) and Best Cinematography and received five more nomination including Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor (McLaglen). Blu-ray Release date: January 22nd, 2013

Tabu BD - After Our Beloved Month of August, Miguel Gomes returns with Tabu, an engaging, provocative and poetic film set both in Portugal and in an un-named African location. Bearing the same title as F. W. Murnau's classic Tabu (1931), shot in black and white and taking place at least partly in a distant land, Gomes third feature film is divided in two distinctive yet complementary storylines. Whilst the first part, shot in 35mm and in the present time, portrays a society wallowing in nostalgia, the second part, shot in 16mm, goes back in time and plays with history, sound, the concept of linear narration, as well as the ideas of melodrama, slapstick, passion and tragedy. Both parts feature Aurora at two different stages of her life: an older Aurora regrets a past long gone while a younger Aurora dreams of a more passionate life. A virtuoso film, Tabu also offers a reflection on Europe s colonial past. Blu-ray Release date: January 14th, 2013

Ivan's Childhood BD - Andrei Tarkovsky presents an austere, bleak and haunting portrait of lost innocence in Ivan's Childhood. Tarkovsky uses sharp, contrasting scenes of light and darkness to visually delineate between the idealization of a normal life and its seeming elusiveness in the hopelessness of war: the brightness of the sunshine during Ivan's dream sequences and Kholin's courtship of the nurse, Masha (Valentina Malyavina) at a birch forest provide a jarring transition from the dark trenches, murky swamps, and poorly lit barracks of the battlefield. Nevertheless, within the daylight sequences, Tarkovsky continues to reinforce a pervasive sense of entrapment and helplessness: the spider web on the opening shot; Ivan bathing in the well; Kholin's stolen kiss from Masha while straddling a trench. What emerges is an ominous and incongruent coexistence of nature and frontiers, humanity and cruelty, youth and nihilism - a reflection of the austere and unnatural landscape of war. Blu-ray Release Date: January 22nd, 2013

Taken 2 BD - Liam Neeson returns as Bryan Mills, the ex-CIA operative who stopped at nothing to rescue his daughter from sadistic kidnappers. When the father of one of the kidnappers swears revenge, it is Bryan and his wife who find themselves "taken" hostage in Istanbul. To survive, Bryan must enlist the help of an unlikely ally and use his brutally efficient skills to take out his heavily-armed foes one by one. Blu-ray Release date: January 15th, 2013

Fallen Idol BD - Continuing his coming of age theme from “Odd Man Out”, where Reed suggests, that man only can achieve self-control and maturity thru overcoming life’s challenges, and dealing with motifs their later stories also would touch upon, as believed perception versus actual perception, the voyeur element of spying and most importantly the hypocrisy of our leaders / idols / society, “The Fallen Idol” is, while small and simple, as potent a masterpiece as their later films. One of the great films of British Cinema. Blu-ray Release Date: October 2nd, 2012

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

January 14th, 2013


About Cherry [Blu-ray] (Stephen Elliott, 2012) MPI (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Blood Beast Terror [Blu-ray] (Vernon Sewell, 1968) AIS

Castle Freak [Blu-ray] (Stuart Gordon, 1995) RB UK 88 Films

Death Watch [Blu-ray] (Bertrand Tavernier, 1980) AIS

Farwell, My Queen [Blu-ray] (Benoît Jacquot, 2012) Cohen Media Group

Gentleman's Agreement [Blu-ray] (Elia Kazan, 1947) 20th Century Fox

Grindhouse 3- Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity (Ken Dixon, 1987) R2 UK 88 Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Hannah and Her Sisters [Blu-ray] (Woody Allen, 1986) 20th Century Fox

Lightning Bug [Blu-ray] (Robert Hall, 2004) Image Entertainment (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Man Who Knew Too Much [Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock, 1934) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)
The Man Who Knew Too Much (Alfred Hitchcock, 1934) Criterion Collection

The Paperboy [Blu-ray] (Lee Daniels, 2012) Millennium

Perry Mason: The Eighth Season, Vol. 2 - Paramount

Sleeper [Blu-ray] (Woody Allen, 1973) Sony

Tabu [Blu-ray] (Miguel Gomes, 2012) RB UK New Wave Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

Taken 2 [Blu-ray] (Olivier Megaton, 2012) 20th Century Fox (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Tin Drum [Blu-ray] (Volker Schlöndorff, 1979) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Tin Drum (Volker Schlöndorff, 1979) Criterion Collection

To Rome with Love [Blu-ray] (Woody Allen, 2012) Sony (BEAVER REVIEW)

Wake in Fright [Blu-ray] (Ted Kotcheff, 1971) Image Entertainment (BEAVER REVIEW)

Wild River [Blu-ray] (Elia Kazan, 1960) 20th Century Fox (BEAVER REVIEW)



January 21st, 2013


And Now Tomorrow (Irving Pichel, 1944) R2 UK Simply Media

Cujo [Blu-ray] (Lewis Teague, 1983) Olive Films

Deadly Blessing [Blu-ray] (Wes Craven, 1981) Shout! Factory (BEAVER REVIEW)

Django [Blu-ray] ( Sergio Corbucci, 1966) RB UK Argent Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Don Giovanni [Blu-ray] (John Macurdy, 1979) Olive Films

Frontier Horizon [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1939) Olive Films

The Imposter (Bart Layton, 2012) Indomina

Indiscreet [Blu-ray] (Stanley Donen, 1958) Olive Films

It's in the Bag [Blu-ray] (Richard Wallace, 1945) Olive Films

Ivan's Childhood [Blu-ray] (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1962) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

King of the Pecos [Blu-ray] (Joseph Kane, 1936) Olive Films

New Frontier [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1939) Olive Films

Pina [Blu-ray] (Wim Wenders, 2011) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)
Pina (Wim Wenders, 2011) Criterion Collection

The Quiet Man [Blu-ray] (John Ford, 1952) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Red Ball Express (Budd Boetticher, 1952) R2 UK Simply Media

Searching for Sugar Man [Blu-ray] (Malik Bendjelloul, 2012) Sony

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution [Blu-ray] (Herbert Ross, 1976) Shout! Factory (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Sex Thief [Blu-ray] (Martin Campbell, 1974) Redemption

A Thousand Cuts [Blu-ray] (Charles Evered, 2011) Lorber Films

Ticks [Blu-ray] (Tony Randel,) Olive Films

Trust [Blu-ray] (Hal Hartley, 1990) Olive Films



January 28th, 2013


Black Sunday [Blu-ray] (Mario Bava, 1960) RB UK Arrow Film

The Blue Angel [Blu-ray] (Josef von Sternberg, 1930) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Citadel [Blu-ray] (Ciaran Foy, 2012) New Video Group

The Confrontation (Fényes szelek) (Miklós Jancsó, 1969) R2 UK Second Run

The Double [Blu-ray] (Michael Brandt, 2011) RB UK High Fliers Films

The Duellists [Blu-ray] (Ridley Scott, 1977) Shout! Factory (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Eye of the Storm [Blu-ray] (Fred Schepisi, 2011) Sycamore

Fear and Desire [Blu-ray] (Stanley Kubrick, 1953) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

Holy Motors [Blu-ray] (Leos Carax, 2012) RB UK Artificial Eye

How Green Was My Valley [Blu-ray] (John Ford, 1941) RB UK 20th Century Fox

Lisa and the Devil [Blu-ray] (Mario Bava, 1974) RB UK Arrow

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey Season 3 [Blu-ray] (Original U.K. Unedited Edition) - PBS

Paris, Texas [Blu-ray] (Wim Wenders, 1984) RB UK Axiom Films

Shorts HD Presents: Oscar Winning Short Films [Blu-ray] - Funimation

Sling Blade / Monsters Ball [Blu-ray] LionsGate (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

Tales of the Night [Blu-ray] (Michel Ocelot, 2011) New Video Group

That Obscure Object of Desire [Blu-ray] (Luis Bunuel, 1977) LionsGate (BEAVER REVIEW)

Seven Psychopaths [Blu-ray] (Martin McDonagh, 2012) Sony Pictures

Best of Warner Bros 50 Film Collection [Blu-ray] - Warner

White Zombie [Blu-ray] (Victor Halperin, 1932) Kino



February 4th, 2013


21 Days: The Heineken Kidnapping [Blu-ray] (Maarten Treurniet, 2011) RB UK Spirit Entertainment

Ballad of Narayama [Blu-ray] (Keisuke Kinoshita, 1958) Criterion

Ballad of Narayama (Keisuke Kinoshita, 1958) Criterion

Cabaret [Blu-ray] (Bob Fosse, 1972) Warner

Deadfall [Blu-ray] (Stefan Ruzowitzky, 2012) Magnolia

Laura [Blu-ray] (Otto Preminger, 1944) 20th Century Fox

The Pool (Chris Smith, 2007) Kino Lorber

A Star Is Born [Blu-ray] (Frank Pierson, 1976) Warner


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