Newsletter - FOR THE WEEK

OF January 26th, 2015

  This Week's Highlights
 
 

Azul! This week there are reviews of Criterion, Masters of Cinema, Twilight Time, Arrow, Artificial Eye and other Blu-rays of films directed by The Dardenne Brothers, Mario Bava, Nicolas Roeg, Yasujro Ozu, Franšois Truffaut, John Boorman, Claude Lanzmann, Alain Robbe-Grillet among others. Our Release Calendar includes new updates of films-to-Blu-ray including work by Christopher Nolan, David Fincher, Raymond Bernard, Orson Welles, Alain Resnais, Mario Bava, David Cronenberg, John Carpenter, Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly, Walerian Borowczyk, Jack Hill, Mike Leigh and more. We have a CONTEST posted with another Brand New Kino-Lorber Blu-ray prize! Enjoy!

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LATEST ADDITIONS TO THE RELEASE CALENDAR:

Mark of the Devil [Blu-ray] (Michael Armstrong, Adrian Hoven, 1970) Arrow US (BEAVER REVIEW)

Blind Woman's Curse [Blu-ray] (Teruo Ishii, 1970) Arrow US (BEAVER REVIEW)

Day Of Anger [Blu-ray] (Tonino Valerii, 1967) Arrow US

Massacre Gun [Blu-ray] (Yasuharu Hasebe, 1967) Arrow US

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Miss Osbourne [Blu-ray] (Walerian Borowczyk, 1981) Arrow US

Blood and Black Lace [Blu-ray] (Mario Bava, 1964) Arrow US

The Imitation Game [Blu-ray] (Morten Tyldum, 2014) RB UK Studiocanal

Interstellar [Blu-ray] (Christopher Nolan, 2014) Paramount

Gone Girl [Blu-ray] (David Fincher, 2014) RB UK 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

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

Wooden Crosses [Blu-ray] (Raymond Bernard, 1932) RB UK Masters of Cinema

The Lady from Shanghai [Blu-ray] (Orson Welles, 1947) Millcreek Entertainment

Life of Riley [Blu-ray] (Alain Resnais, 2014) Kino Lorber

Blood and Black Lace [Blu-ray] (Mario Bava, 1964) RB UK Arrow

Blood and Black Lace Limited Edition Steelbook [Blu-ray] (Mario Bava, 1964) Arrow US

Maps to the Stars [Blu-ray] (David Cronenberg, 2014) RB UK Entertainment One

Mr. Turner [Blu-ray] (Mike Leigh, 2014) RB UK Entertainment One

Escape From New York (Collector's Edition) [Blu-ray] (John Carpenter, 1981) Shout! Factory

Anchors Aweigh [Blu-ray] (George Sidney, 1945) Warner Archive

The Frank Sinatra Collection [Blu-ray] (Anchors Aweigh, On the Town, Guys and Dolls, Ocean's 11, Robin and the 7 Hoods) Warner

On the Town [Blu-ray] (Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly, 1949) Warner

Robin and the 7 Hoods [Blu-ray] (Gordon Douglas, 1964) Warner

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Miss Osbourne [Blu-ray] (Walerian Borowczyk, 1981) RB UK Arrow

R100 [Blu-ray] (Hitoshi Matsumoto, 2013) Cinedigm

TURN: Washington's Spies Complete First Season [Blu-ray] (Ed Bianchi, 2014) Anchor Bay

Coffy [Blu-ray] (Jack Hill, 1973) RB UK Arrow

Secrets & Lies [Blu-ray] (Mike Leigh, 1996) RB UK Channel 4

Pioneer [Blu-ray] (Erik SkjoldbjŠrg , 2013) Magnolia

In the Land of the Head Hunters [Blu-ray] (Edward S. Curtis, 1914) Milestone Films

The Wild One [Blu-ray] (Laslo Benedek, 1953) Mill Creek Entertainment

Thunder Road [Blu-ray] (Arthur Ripley, 1958) Shout! Factory

I Am Steve McQueen [Blu-ray] (Jeff Renfroe, 2014) Shout! Factory

The Babadook [Blu-ray] (Jennifer Kent, 2014) Shout! Factory

Enter the Dangerous Mind [Blu-ray] (Youssef Delara, Victor Teran, 2013) Well Go USA

Dollman vs. Demonic Toys [Blu-ray] (Charles Band, 1993) Full Moon Features

Into the Woods [Blu-ray] (Rob Marshall, 2014) Disney

Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold [Blu-ray] (Gary Nelson, 1986) Olive Films

Odd Man Out [Blu-ray] (Carol Reed, 1947) Criterion

The Friends of Eddie Coyle [Blu-ray] (Peter Yates, 1973) Criterion

Le Silence de la Mer [Blu-ray] (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1949) Criterion

Sullivan's Travels [Blu-ray] (Preston Sturges, 1941) Criterion

The River [Blu-ray] (Jean Renoir, 1951) Criterion

Eclipse series 42: Silent Ozu - Three Crime Dramas (Walk Cheerfully, That Night's Wife, Dragnet Girl) Criterion

The Theory of Everything [Blu-ray] (James Marsh, 2014) Universal

The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry [Blu-ray] (Robert Siodmak, 1945) Olive Films

David and Lisa [Blu-ray] (Frank Perry, 1962) Scorpion Releasing

The End of Violence [Blu-ray]  (Wim Wenders, 1997) Olive Films

Vincent & Theo [Blu-ray] (Robert Altman, 1990) Olive Films

Alice's Restaurant [Blu-ray] (Arthur Penn, 1969) Olive Films

What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? [Blu-ray] (Blake Edwards, 1966) Olive Films

The Captive [Blu-ray] (Atom Egoyan, 2014) Lions Gate

The Humbling [Blu-ray] (Barry Levinson, 2014) Millennium Entertainment

Without a Clue [Blu-ray] (Thom Eberhardt, 1988) Olive Films

Cover Up [Blu-ray] (Alfred E. Green, 1949) Kino Lorber

The Quiet Gun [Blu-ray] (William F. Claxton, 1957) Olive Films

The Shanghai Story [Blu-ray] (Frank Lloyd, 1954) Olive Films

Stranger at My Door [Blu-ray] (William Witney, 1956) Olive Films

 

 

ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): The new Criterion Blu-ray of Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now is my top selection this week. A timeless film looking magnificent and appreciated supplements. I've loved everything the Dardenne Brothers have done and their most recent, Two Days, One Night, is also impacting - a solid Blu-ray from the UK. Yasujiro Ozu's final film An Autumn Afternoon has been given the Criterion-treatment on a immensely desirable Blu-ray package. The Masters of Cinema produce their own 4-disc Blu-ray set of Claude Lanzmann's Shoah - stacked to the rafters. Bravo! I was blown away by Lucrecia Martel’s La Cienaga - a great film choice by Criterion for Blu-ray status. Alain Robbe-Grillet's dream-like La Belle Captive grabs you with its Blu-ray visuals that enhance over past SD editions. Twilight Time offer Franšois Truffaut's revenge-focused The Bride Wore Black on Blu-ray, and a new Fright Night (30th Anniversary) Blu-ray that went out-of-print in 24 hours. Arrow do their take on Mario Bava's Rabid Dogs Blu-ray with both versions in 1080P. John Boorman's masterful Deliverance needed a significant improvement over its first Blu-ray transfer (we will be comparing to the latter Digibook next). On DVD Gregory reviewed a great Glenn Ford thriller, Ransom! on Warner Archive. Eric compared the horror Honeymoon SD editions from both sides of the pond, and I reviewed the impressive 1944 film, Address Unknown, an early Cold War effort The 49th Man and the star-studded, metaphysical fantasy, Between Two Worlds. Stay warm - see you soon!

  THIS WEEK's REVIEWS / COMPARISONS
 

La Cienaga BD - The release of Lucrecia Martel’s La Ciénaga heralded the arrival of an astonishingly vital and original voice in Argentine cinema. With a radical and disturbing take on narrative, beautiful cinematography, and a highly sophisticated use of on- and offscreen sound, Martel turns her tale of a dissolute bourgeois extended family, whiling away the hours of one sweaty, sticky summer, into a cinematic marvel. This visceral take on class, nature, sexuality, and the ways that political turmoil and social stagnation can manifest in human relationships is a drama of extraordinary tactility, and one of the great contemporary film debuts. Blu-ray Release date: January 27th, 2015

La Belle Captive BD - Walter Raim (Daniel Mesguich) is asked by his boss Sara to deliver a letter to an ambassador. On his way, he finds the lovely Marie-Ange (Gabrielle Lazure) sprawled in the middle of a highway and covered in blood. He attempts to drive her to safety, only to stumble on a gothic house full of perverts vaguely reminiscent of “Eyes Wide Shut.” There he engages in a zestful tryst with his rescued beauty… or perhaps not. When he wakes up, nobody is around and the house is in ruins: a neighbor tells him it has been vacant for years. Later, he finds out that Marie-Ange has been dead for almost as long… or maybe not. And then he dreams about getting killed by a crazy inspector’s goon squad… only maybe it wasn’t a dream. Blu-ray Release Date: January 20th, 2015

Fright Night (30th Anniversary) BD - Charley (Ragsdale) has seen a coffin being carried into the house next door and a corpse being dragged out, but no one will take him seriously. In desperation he enlists a TV vampire killer, who's initially charmed by neighbour-from-hell Jerry (Sarandon), before noticing the absence of his reflection in a mirror. A farrago of cartoonish exaggeration (mouthfuls of fangs, razor-sharp talons and eyes like burning coals), knowing humour and '80s camp, it shouldn't even begin to work, and yet, strangely, it does, sort of, thanks to the assured handling of writer/director Holland, and two performances in particular - Geoffreys as Charley's pal Evil, and McDowall as the timid vampire killer. Twilight Time 30th Anniversary Blu-ray Release date: January 2015

Deliverance BD - Four Atlanta businessmen decide to prove that the frontier spirit is not dead by spending a canoeing weekend shooting the rapids of a river high in the Appalachians. Terrific boy's own adventure stuff with adult ingredients of graphic mutilation and buggery, but Boorman is never content either to leave it at that or to subscribe to the ecological concerns of James Dickey's novel (where man's return to nature becomes vital because 'the machines are going to fail, and then - survival'). Instead, he adds a dark twist of his own by suggesting that concern is too late. From the quartet's first strange encounter with the deformed albino child in a mountain community almost Dickensian in its squalor, down to the last scene where Voight watches coffins being unearthed and removed to safety before the new dam floods the valley, their trip down the river becomes an odyssey through a land that is already dead, killed by civilisation and peopled by alien creatures rather than human beings. Signposted by the extraordinary shot of a corpse, surfaced from the water with one arm grotesquely wrapped round its neck and the other pointing nowhere, it's a haunting, nightmarish vision. Blu-ray Release Date: September 18th, 2007

The Bride Wore Black BD - Regarded as one of Truffaut's best "The Bride Wore Black" (along with perhaps Kieslowski's "White") as one of the more memorable world cinema "revenge" films. Jeanne Moreau is cool and determined in her goal to exact just punishment on the men responsible for her bridegroom's death. Her failed suicide seems to only strengthen her resolve. Truffaut's attention to detail seems at its zenith and the film cascades from gentle irony to spine chilling suspense . Above all Truffaut's films are entertainment not overly steeped in symbolism and intellectual fodder. Well, perhaps a slight homage to Alfred Hitchcock thrown in for buffs. Blu-ray Release Date: January, 2015

Don't Look Now BD - A truly original work that blends psychological thriller with a disturbing sense of the macabre, Don’t Look Now also offers a profound and poignant mediation on love and loss. Making evocative use of its disquieting, out-of-season setting, an emerging generation of directors (not least Steven Soderbergh) have cited the film as an influence, ensuring that its reputation as a modern classic continues to grow. Blu-ray Release Date: February 10th, 2015

An Autumn Afternoon BD - Yasujiro Ozu's final film was also his final masterpiece, the gently heartbreaking story of a man's dignified resignation to both life's ever-shifting currents and society's gradual modernization. Though widower Shuhei Hirayama (Ozu's frequent leading man Chishu Ryu) has been living comfortably for years with his grown daughter, a series of events leads him to accept and encourage her marriage and departure. As elegantly composed and achingly tender as any of the Japanese master's films, An Autumn Afternoon (Sanma no aji) is one of cinema's fondest farewells. Blu-ray Release Date: February 17th, 2015

Rabid Dogs BD - For Master Of The Macabre Mario Bava (Black Sunday), ''Rabid Dogs'' was to be the most startling film of his entire career: After a botched payroll heist, a trio of vicious criminals take hostages in a desperate getaway that explodes with cruelty, degradation and shocking violence. But when the film's financier was killed during the last stages of production, his entire estate - including the sole unfinished work print of ''Rabid Dogs'' was seized and impounded by an Italian court. Mario Bava's final masterpiece - and one of the most intense EuroCrime thrillers of all time - would remain locked away for nearly 23 years. Blu-ray Release Date: October 27th, 2014

Two Days, One Night BD - For the first time, Belgian directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne team up with a major international star, Marion Cotillard, to create a universal story about working-class people living on the edges of society. Sandra (Cotillard) has just returned to work after recovering from a serious bout with depression. Realizing that the company can operate with one fewer employee, management tells Sandra she is to be let go. After learning that her co-workers will vote to decide her fate on Monday morning, Sandra races against time over the course of the weekend, often with the help of her husband, to convince each of her fellow employees to sacrifice their much-needed bonuses so she can keep her job. With each encounter, Sandra is brought into a different world with unexpected results in this powerful statement on community solidarity. Blu-ray Release date: October 20th, 2014

Shoah BD - Lanzmann spent twelve years spanning the globe for surviving camp inmates, SS commandants, and eyewitnesses of the "Final Solution". Without dramatic re-enactment or archival footage – but with extraordinary testimonies – Shoah renders the step-by-step machinery of extermination, and through haunted landscapes and human voices, makes the past come brilliantly alive. Masters of Cinema Blu-ray Release date: January 26th, 2015

Address Unknown - A plot revealed through the correspondence between German-American businessman and his Jewish partner, Lukas, the German-American, returns to Germany during the early Nazi years and gets caught up in the racist philosophies. He goes to the point of denying even his partner's daughter, who is engaged to Lukas's son. Disastrous results follow this man's newly acquired bigoted decisions. DVD Release Date: March 4th, 2012

Ransom! - Self-made millionaire industrialist David Stannard (Glenn Ford) is co-owner with his older brother Al (Ainslie Pryor) of the successful Stannard Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturing firm, which sells as a public stock, and has a happy suburban home life with his ideal homemaker wife Edith (Donna Reed) and his energetic bright 8-year-old son Andy (Bobby Clark). One afternoon Andy fails to come home from his private school and the parents soon learn he was kidnapped from the school under the ruse that a nurse picked him up to take him to his private physician's office. The Chief of Police (Robert Keith) taps the house phones, but his men are not fast enough to nab the kidnapper's call for ransom of a half a million dollars. At first the beleaguered dad is ready to pay, but cynical experienced reporter Charlie Telfer (Leslie Nielsen) informs David the odds are the same of getting back the kid whether you pay or not. DVD Release Date: July 29th, 2014

The 49th Man - U.S. security agent John Ireland suspects that someone is smuggling atomic devices into America. When he makes his report, Ireland is assured by his superiors that nothing untoward is going on. In fact, the higher-ups have had the wool pulled over their eyes by a clever Communist saboteur, who is assembling a super-bomb, with plans to detonate the doomsday weapon somewhere in the States. If we had to have cold-war thrillers, replete with Commie bad guys wearing baggy suits and calling everyone "Comrade", it's too bad that all of these films weren't as entertaining as Columbia's The 49th Man. DVD Release Date: October 2nd, 2012

Between Two Worlds - In this remake of Outward Bound, which updated the story to include topical references to the war still raging in Europe, Henry (Paul Henreid) and Ann (Eleanor Parker) are a couple from Austria hoping to escape Nazi bombings. They are en route to a ship leaving Europe when an explosion throws them from their car and leaves many passersby dead. Despondent and unable to meet the ship, the couple return to their apartment and decide to commit suicide by turning on the gas. They awake to find themselves on a ship shrouded in fog and carrying many passengers, among them Tom Prior (John Garfield), a wisecracking reporter who was also a witness to the earlier bombing. Henry and Ann discover that the ship is actually Limbo, a waiting station between Heaven and Hell, where Mr. Thompson (Sydney Greenstreet) will determine their final destination for eternity. DVD Release Date: September 6th, 2006

Honeymoon - Young newlyweds Paul (Treadaway) and Bea (Rose Leslie) travel to remote lake country for their honeymoon where the promise of private romance awaits them. Shortly after arriving, Paul finds Bea wandering and disoriented in the middle of the night. As she becomes more distant and her behaviour increasingly peculiar, Paul begins to suspect something more sinister than sleepwalking took place in the woods. Treadaway and Leslie give captivating leading performances as a couple that takes new love to disturbing depths. With romance slowly giving way to terror, writer/ director Leigh Janiak puts her unique stamp on this intimate chilling thriller. DVD Release Date: January 26th, 2015
 

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

January 26th, 2015

 

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

La CiÚnaga [Blu-ray] (Lucrecia Martel, 2001) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

Ganja & Hess [Blu-ray] (Bill Gunn, 1973) RB UK Eureka (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

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 (BEAVER REVIEW)

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 (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

The Thief of Bagdad [Blu-ray] (Ludwig Berger, Michael Powell, 1940) RB UK Network

 

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

Gone Girl [Blu-ray] (David Fincher, 2014) RB UK 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

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

Maps to the Stars [Blu-ray] (David Cronenberg, 2014) RB UK Entertainment One

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

Tales from Earthsea [Blu-ray] (Goro Miyazaki, 2006) Disney

 

February 9th, 2015

 

The Beyond [Blu-ray] (Lucio Fulci, 1981) Grindhouse Releasing

A Day in the Country [Blu-ray] (Jean Renoir, 1936) Criterion

Deadline - U.S.A. [Blu-ray] (Richard Brooks, 1952) RB DE Alive AG

Don't Look Now [Blu-ray] (Nicolas Roeg, 1973) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

F.I.S.T. [Blu-ray] (Norman Jewison, 1978) Kino Lorber

Force Majeure [Blu-ray] (Ruben Ístlund, 2014) Magnolia

Kill the Messenger [Blu-ray] (Michael Cuesta, 2014) Universal Studios

The Killing + Killer's Kiss [Blu-ray] (Stanley Kubrick, 1955 -1956) RB UK Arrow Academy

The Lookalike [Blu-ray] (Richard Gray, 2014) Well Go USA

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

Olive Kitteridge [Blu-ray] (2014 - TV Mini-Series) HBO Studios

Rosewater [Blu-ray] (Jon Stewart, 2014) Universal Studios

The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming [Blu-ray] (Norman Jewison, 1966) Kino Lorber

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

Syncopation [Blu-ray] (William Dieterle, 1942) Coen Media

The Tamarind Seed [Blu-ray] (Blake Edwards, 1974) RB UK Network

 

February 16th, 2014

 

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

An Autumn Afternoon [Blu-ray] (Yasujiro Ozu, 1962) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Comedy of Terrors [Blu-ray] (Jacques Tourneur, 1963) RB UK Arrow Video

Cult of the Damned [Blu-ray] (Robert Thom, 1969) Kino Lorber

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

From A Whisper To A Scream [Blu-ray] (Jeff Burr, 1987) Shout! Factory

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

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

The Interview [Blu-ray] (Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen, 2014) Sony

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

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

The Manchurian Candidate [Blu-ray] (John Frankenheimer, 1962) RB UK Masters of Cinema

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

Le Pont du Nord [Blu-ray] (Jacques Rivette, 1981) Kino Lorber

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

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

The Theory of Everything [Blu-ray] (James Marsh, 2014) Universal

Warn That Man (Lawrence Huntington, 1943) R2 Network

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

   
   
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