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OF February 13th, 2012

  This Week's Highlights
Maktas vieso? - Fassbinder, Tashlin, John Ford, Fritz Lang and more on Blu-ray. DVD offers James Whale, an amazing Noir set, prison cult-flics etc..  Blu-rays added to our upcoming calendar we have Luchino Visconti, Ed Wood, David Fincher, Lucio Fulci, Abel Ferrara, Steve McQueen, Phil Karlson, Roger Corman and others... and our CONTEST clip with another brand new Criterion Blu-ray prize!

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Conversation Piece (Luchino Visconti, 1974) Raro

The Artist [Blu-ray] (Michel Hazanavicius, 2011) Columbia/Tri-Star

The Descendants [Blu-ray] (Alexander Payne, 2011) Fox Searchlight

Babette's Feast [Blu-ray] (Gabriel Axel, 1987) RB UK Artificial Eye

Plan 9 From Outer Space [Blu-ray] (Ed Wood, 1959) Legend

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo [Blu-ray] (David Fincher, 2011) Sony Pictures

Pillow Talk [Blu-ray] (Michael Gordon, 1959) Universal Studios

The Return of the Living Dead [Blu-ray] (Dan O'Bannon, 1985) RB UK Second Sight Films

The House by the Cemetery [Blu-ray] (Lucio Fulci, 1981) RB UK Arrow Video

King of New York (LE) [Blu-ray] (Abel Ferrara, 1990) RB UK Arrow Video

King of New York (Steelbook) [Blu-ray] (Abel Ferrara, 1990) RB UK Arrow Video

Shame [Blu-ray] (Steve McQueen, 2011) RB UK Momentum Pictures

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows [Blu-ray] (Guy Ritchie, 2011) Region FREE UK Warner

Forbidden Zone [Blu-ray] (Richard Elfman, 1982) RB UK Arrow Video

The Walking Tall Trilogy [Blu-ray] (Phil Karlson, 1973 etc.) Shout! Factory

Rôjin Z [Blu-ray] (Hiroyuki Kitakubo, 1991) RB UK Manga Entertainment

The Visitor (Antonio Pietrangeli, 1963) Raro

Tower Heist [Blu-ray] (Brett Ratner, 2011) Universal Pictures

The Iron Lady [Blu-ray] (Phyllida Lloyd, 2011) The Weinstein Company

The Little Shop of Horrors [Blu-ray] (Roger Corman, 1960) Legend

Young Violent Dangerous (Romolo Guerrieri, 1976) Raro

Traveller / Telling Lies In America [Blu-ray Double Feature] - Shout! Factory

High Road to China [Blu-ray] (Brian G. Hutton, 1983) Henstooth Video

Shogun Assassin Collectors Set [Blu-ray] - E1

A Midnight Clear [Blu-ray] (Keith Gordon, 1992) RB UK Second Sight

Misery [Blu-ray] (Rob Reiner, 1990) RB UK 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

Hugo [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 2011) Paramount Studios

Classic Bergman - 5 Disc Set [Blu-ray] - It Rains on Our Love (1946) - A Ship Bound For India (1947) - Sawdust and Tinsel (1953) - Frams (1955) - So Close to Life (1958) - RB UK Artificial Eye

The Odessa File [Blu-ray] (Ronald Neame, 1974) Image Entertainment

Miracle in Milan [Blu-ray] (Vittorio De Sica, 1951) RB UK Arrow Academy

Pola Negri: The Iconic Collection - Emphasis Entertainment Group

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy [Blu-ray + Digi-Copy] (Tomas Alfredson, 2011) Focus Films

The Girl on a Motorcycle [Blu-ray] (Jack Cardiff, 1968) Redemption Films

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy [Blu-ray] (John Irvin, 1979) Acorn Media Publishing Inc

The Asphyx [Blu-ray] (Peter Newbrook, 1973) Redemption Films

Tuesday, After Christmas (Radu Muntean, 2010) R2 UK Second Run DVD

Cinema Verite [Blu-ray] (Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini, 2011) HBO Studios

The Wizard of Gore / The Gore Gore Girls [Blu-ray] (Herschell Gordon Lewis) Image Entertainment

The Getting of Wisdom (Bruce Beresford, 1978) Lorber Films

Littlerock [Blu-ray] (Mike Ott, 2010) Lorber Films

The Look [Blu-ray] (Angelina Maccarone, 2011) Lorber Films

Marquis de Sade: Justine [Blu-ray] (Chris Boger, 1977) Redemption Films

Oslo, August 31st (Joachim Trier, 2011) Soda Pictures R2 UK

The Portuguese Nun (Eugène Green, 2009) R2 UK Artificial Eye


ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): I was really 'wow'ed' by Martha Marcy May Marlene on Blu-ray this week. An incredibly impressive debut from writer/director Sean Durkin. Criterion's Blu-ray of Fassbinder's World on a Wire deserves a big mention - as does John Ford's Fort Apache. Lang's Scarlet Street - an essential film - has never looked better for Home Theater viewing. Of the three Jerry Lewis comedies to Blu-ray from Olive films this week - I found Rock-a-Bye Baby the most appealing. It's quite a good film with The Geisha Boy a notch behind but Boeing Boeing gets a pass. I may not have been in the right mood for Mozart's Sister - so I will revisit it at a later date. On DVD Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics III is brilliant - an easy must-own for fans of the dark cinema (thanks Gregory!). I've always been a fan of the 1939 version of The Man in the Iron Mask and the new Henstooth DVD seems to offer an acceptable SD transfer. Eric covered a double-feature of prison-flics appropriately named Penitentiary - as well as comparing the Romanian crime drama Police, Adjective. Stay safe till we talk next week!


Scarlet Street BD - In this remake of Jean Renoir's controversial 1931 film, LA CHIENNE, Christopher Cross (Edward G. Robinson), a quiet, staid cashier and dedicated Sunday painter, feels consumed by passion for the first time in his life when he meets pretty, manipulative Kitty. The two become involved, but Kitty is really in love with petty crook Johnny. She keeps Christopher around simply for his money. In order to impress his precious mistress, Cross embezzles funds from his employer. He doesn't realize, however, that Kitty and Johnny are also getting rich on his paintings, which are becoming a huge success under Kitty's name. When Christopher's theft comes to light, he loses his job and his dignity. And when he seeks out Kitty for solace, he discovers her in Johnny's embrace. The film explodes in its violent climax, and with it Lang creates perhaps his most chilling Film Noir work. The tightly structured story and the evocative paintings that lie symbolically at the center of the plot create a visual and psychological atmosphere of suspense, filled with double meanings and games of representation and appearance, all pointing toward a brutal final act, motivated by Cross' inner demons and repressed emotions. Blu-ray Release Date: February 28th, 2012

Martha Marcy May Marlene BD - As its title suggests, “Martha Marcy May Marlene” is a story of fractured identity, in which a young woman tries to negotiate incompatible versions of herself, all the while wondering who she really is. The film, Sean Durkin’s impressively self-assured debut feature, switches back and forth between two periods in its protagonist’s life — an indeterminate span when she is part of a cult in rural New York and the time just after her escape from the group, when she has found refuge with her older sister and brother-in-law in their rented lakeside vacation house.
Blu-ray Release Date: February 21st, 2012

Mozart's Sister BD - “Mozart’s Sister” has just started when the French director René Féret makes the point that his fictional look at the early life and times of Wolfgang Amadeus isn’t interested in the pretty manners and nostalgia of many period movies. In truth, the film has little to do even with Wolfgang, a side note in a story focused on his only sister who’s first seen squatting on the side of a road taking care of business at a short distance from her similarly engaged father, mother and brother. This is the Family Mozart, Mr. Féret seems to declare with this scene, stripped down and at their most human.
Blu-ray Release date: February 14th, 2012

The Man in the Iron Mask (1939) - The last of the D'Artagnan-Three Musketeers books by Alexandre Dumas, serialized between 1847 and 1850 but set in the late 1600s during the reign of Louis XIV, formed the basis of The Man in the Iron Mask (1939), a much-filmed tale of a despotic king, his wronged identical twin brother, and the four heroes who contrive to rescue the imprisoned twin and place him on the throne. DVD Release Date: February 14th, 2012

Rock-a-Bye Baby BD - An often forgotten Lewis/Tashlin production (loosely based on Preston Sturges' script for The Miracle of Morgan's Creek) that contains some very good stuff indeed - all in the first half, unfortunately. Lewis is the lifelong fan of a movie star (Maxwell) who gives him her triplets to look after while she's in Africa making a film. The supporting cast is particularly good (Gardner, Conried, Connie Stevens), but the gear-change from manic slapstick (watch out for the berserk hosepipe) to cringing sentimentality about babies and nappies is hard to take.
Blu-ray Release date: February 14th, 2012

The Geisha Boy BD - Jerry Lewis, plays a third-rate USO magician named Gilbert Woolley, working the Far East circuit with his pet rabbit... Harry. Nearly fired for accidentally humiliating haughty movie star Marie McDonald, Gilbert's career is salvaged by kindly Japanese aristocrat Sessue Hayakawa; it seems that Gilbert is the only person who is able to make Sessue's lonely, orphaned nephew Robert Hirano laugh. An international incident nearly develops when hero-worshipping Hirano tries to follow Gilbert back to the US, whereupon the poor prestidigitator is accused of being a kidnaper. Like most of the Jerry Lewis/Frank Tashlin collaborations, The Geisha Boy is highlighted by several eye-popping sight-gag sequences.
Blu-ray Release date: February 14th, 2012

Boeing Boeing BD - Here's the pitch, Mr. Curtis is happily operating a woman-juggling turntable that whisks the three beauties in and out on schedule, abetted by Miss Ritter, as his bleakly understanding housekeeper. Now enter Mr. Lewis, his arch rival, who takes one look at the layout and muscles in, as the girls spill in and out, off and on schedule. That's the attenuated joke, with predictable turntable humor but very little in the way of sparkle or wit, under John Rich's direction.
Blu-ray Release date: February 14th, 2012

Police, Adjective - Police officer Cristi (Dragos Bucur, THE DEATH OF MR. LAZARESCU) is tailing a teenager Victor (Radu Costin) who has been implicated in smoking and supplying pot by his best friend Alex (Alexandru Sabadac); however, Cristi is suspicious about Alex's motives, and he is also unwilling to put a kid away for seven years (or three-and-a-half as his superior suggest) for a law that he believes will soon change. Cristi avoids his captain Anghelache (Vlad Ivanov) who is pushing him to simply run a sting on the teenagers and sort out the case in the statements, and starts trailing Alex. Cristi also presses various overworked and apathetic co-workers into rushing background checks as Anghelache presses him for results. Artificial Eye DVD Release Date: February 14th, 2011

Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics III - Film Noir Classics III hurls you into a shadowy world of hit men, kidnappers, corrupt cops, bank robbers, mob informers, femme fatales and hard-luck losers starting with Nina Foch as an unemployed secretary lured to an isolated mansion by insidious characters in MY NAME IS JULIA ROSS (1945). In one of his most dynamic roles, Broderick Crawford plays a police detective who goes undercover as a dock worker in New Orleans to expose THE MOB (1951). Ginger Rogers, cast against type, is a tough, uncooperative witness in a criminal case threatened by her association with gangsters in TIGHT SPOT (1955). In DRIVE A CROOKED ROAD (1964), Mickey Rooney gives a fine, underrated performance as a race car enthusiast blackmailed into driving the getaway car at a bank robbery. Based on a pulp fiction novel by David Goodis, THE BURGLAR (1957) stars Dan Duryea as a cunning jewel thief who recruits Jayne Mansfield, Mickey Shaughnessy and Peter Capell for one final heist before retiring. DVD Release Date: February 14th, 2012

Penitentiary - Penitentiary is the first of many in a series depicting the harrowing prison existence of a convict who uses his wits and fists to survive. Leon Isaac Kennedy's character is thrown deep into the bowels of the prison system, where the only consistent truth is kill or be killed. To show his strength and gain respect from the other inmates, Kennedy must distinguish himself as a boxer, taking on all comers to save his own skin and regain his pride as a human being. Surprisingly effective in its harsh detailing of violent prison life, the film addresses the dehumanization of prisoners without excusing their crimes. Thought of as an exploitation picture, Penitentiary rises above its roots to provide a blunt and passionate look at one man's struggle on the inside. Package also has Penitentiary II DVD Release Date: February 13th 2012

Fort Apache BD - The first of John Ford's Cavalry Trilogy, Fort Apache stars John Wayne as captain Kirby York and Henry Fonda as Custer... clone Lt. Col. Owen Thursday. Resentful of his loss in rank and transfer to the West after serving gallantly in the Civil War, the vainglorious Thursday insists upon imposing rigid authority on rough-and-tumble Fort Apache. He is particularly anxious to do battle with the local Indians, despite York's admonitions that the trouble around the fort is being fomented not by the so-called savages but by corrupt white Indian agents. Thursday nonetheless ends up in a climactic set-to with Indian chief Cochise. He and his men are needlessly slaughtered, but the Eastern press builds Thursday's Charge into an incident of conspicuous valor--and York, ever loyal to the cavalry, is not about to tell the whole truth. The bare bones of Fort Apache's plotline are fleshed out with several subplots, including the romance between Thursday's daughter Philadelphia (Shirley Temple) and Lt. Mickey O'Rourke (John Agar), the son of Fort Apache veteran Sgt. Michael O'Rourke (Ward Bond). There's also plenty of time for the expected drunken-brawl humor of Victor McLaglen. Not in the least politically correct, Fort Apache is a classic of its kind, and together with Rio Grande (1950) the best of the John Ford/John Wayne Cavalry films.
Blu-ray Release Date: February 21st, 2012

World on a Wire BD - World on a Wire is a gloriously paranoid, boundlessly inventive take on the future from German wunderkind Rainer Werner Fassbinder. With dashes of Stanley Kubrick, Kurt Vonnegut, and Philip K. Dick, Fassbinder tells the noir-spiked tale of reluctant hero Fred Stiller (Klaus Löwitsch), a cybernetics engineer who uncovers a massive corporate conspiracy. At risk? (Virtual) reality as we know it. Originally made for German television, this recently rediscovered, three-and-a-half-hour labyrinth is a satiric and surreal look at the world of tomorrow from one of cinema’s kinkiest geniuses. Criterion
Blu-ray Release Date: February 21st, 2012


 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

February 13th, 2011


388 Arletta Avenue [Blu-ray] (Randall Cole, 2011) RB UK Optimum

All Quiet on the Western Front [Blu-ray] (Lewis Milestone, 1930) Universal (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Big Trail [Blu-ray] (Raoul Walsh, 1930) RB FR

Boeing Boeing [Blu-ray] (John Rich, 1965) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics III - My Name is Julia Ross (1945), The Mob (1951), Tight Spot (1955), Drive a Crooked Road (1964), The Burglar (1957) - Sony (BEAVER REVIEW)

Elite Squad [Blu-ray] (José Padilha, 2007) New Video Group

The Geisha Boy [Blu-ray] (Frank Tashlin, 1958) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Getting of Wisdom (Bruce Beresford, 1978) R2 UK Contemporary Films

The Lorax [Blu-ray] (Hawley Pratt, 1972) Warner

The Man in the Iron Mask (James Whale, 1939) HensTooth Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

Mozart's Sister [Blu-ray] (Rene Feret, 2011) Music Box Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Penitentiary (Jamaa Fanaka, 1979 82') R2 UK Arrow Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Rock-a-Bye Baby [Blu-ray] (Frank Tashlin, 1958) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Take Shelter [Blu-ray] (Jeff Nichols, 2011) Sony

Tales From the Golden Age (Cristian Mungiu, 2009) Zeitgeist Films

Three Outlaw Samurai (Hideo Gosha, 1964) Criterion
Three Outlaw Samurai [
Blu-ray] (Hideo Gosha, 1964) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Tiny Furniture (Lena Dunham, 2010) Criterion
Tiny Furniture [
Blu-ray] (Lena Dunham, 2010) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

We Need to Talk About Kevin [Blu-ray] (Lynne Ramsay, 2011) RB UK Artificial Eye (BEAVER REVIEW)

Woody Allen: A Documentary (Robert Weide, 2011) Docudrama


February 20th, 2012


Anatomy of a Murder (Otto Preminger, 1959) Criterion
Anatomy of a Murder [
Blu-ray] (Otto Preminger, 1959) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Blank City (Celine Danhier, 2010) Lorber Films

Contagion [Blu-ray] (Steven Soderbergh, 2011) Region Free DE Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

Fort Apache [Blu-ray] (John Ford, 1948) Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

La grande illusion [Blu-ray] (Jean Renoir, 1937) RB FR StudioCanal

Her Private Hell [Blu-ray] (Norman J. Warren, 1968) RB UK BFI

The Insect Woman/ Nishi-Ginza Station [Blu-ray] (Shohei Imamura) - Dual Format RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

J. Edgar [Blu-ray] (Clint Eastwood, 2011) Warner

Kansas City Confidential / The Stranger (Karlson / Welles) [Blu-ray] - Film Chest Inc. (BEAVER REVIEW) (BEAVER REVIEW)

Martha Marcy May Marlene [Blu-ray] (Sean Durkin, 2011) 20th Century Fox (BEAVER REVIEW)

October (Diego Vega Vidal, 2010) New Yorker Films

On The Bowery - The Films of Lionel Rogosin, Vol. 1 [Blu-ray] (Lionel Rogosin, 1956) Milestone

Puss in Boots [Blu-ray] (Chris Miller, 2011) DreamWorks

Puzzle of a Downfall Child [Blu-ray] (Jerry Schatzberg, 1970) RB FR Carlotta

Repo Man [Blu-ray] (Alex Cox, 1984) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

Repo Man [Blu-ray] (LTD Edition Steelbook) (Alex Cox, 1984) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Student Comedies (The Ozu Collection) - Days of Youth, 1929, I Flunked, But... 1930, The Lady and the Beard, 1931, Where Now are the Dreams of Youth, 1932 - R2 UK BFI

To Be or Not to Be [Blu-ray] (Ernst Lubitsch, 1942) RB FR StudioCanal

Tower Heist [Blu-ray] (Brett Ratner, 2011) Universal Pictures

Underdog: The Complete Series - Shout! Factory

The Way [Blu-ray] (Emilio Estevez, 2011) ARC Entertainment

Who Pays the Ferryman? (Michael J. Bird, 1977) R2 UK Eureka Entertainment (BEAVER REVIEW)

World on a Wire (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1973) Criterion
World on a Wire [
Blu-ray] (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1973) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)


February 27th, 2012


Automobile / L'Automobile - Raro Video USA Ltd

Baba Yaga [Blu-ray] (Corrado Farina, 1973) Blue Underground

Beneath the Darkness [Blu-ray] (Martin Guigui, 2011) Image Entertainment

The Buccaneer [Blu-ray] (Anthony Quinn, 1958) Olive Films

The Conformist [Blu-ray] (Bernardo Bertolucci, 1970) RB UK Arrow Video

Hugo [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 2011) Paramount Studios

I Melt with You [Blu-ray] (Mark Pellington, 2011) Magnolia

InSight (Richard Gabai, 2011) Phase 4 Films

Johnny English Reborn [Blu-ray] (Oliver Parker, 2011) Universal Pictures

The Killing Fields [Blu-ray] (Roland Joffém, 1984) RB UK Optimum

The Little Death (Bret Wood, 2010) Kino

Mandrill [Blu-ray] (Ernesto Díaz Espinoza, 2009) Magnolia

Margin Call [Blu-ray] (J.C. Chandor, 2011) RB DE Koch

The Mizoguchi Collection [Blu-ray] - Osaka Elegy (1936), The Story Of The Last Crysanthemum (1939), Sisters Of The Gion (1936), Utamaro And His Five Wives (1946) - RB UK Artificial Eye

The Mountain [Blu-ray] (Edward Dmytryk, 1956) Olive Films

Nijinsky [Blu-ray] (Herbert Ross, 1980) Olive Films

Against All Flags [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1952) RB DE Koch Media

Runaway Jury [Blu-ray] (Gary Fleder, 2003) Fox

Scarlet Street [Blu-ray] (Fritz Lang, 1945) Kino (BEAVER REVIEW)

Sleeping Beauty [Blu-ray] (Julia Leigh, 2011) RB UK Revolver Entertainment

Spiders (Fritz Lang, 1919) Kino

The Theo Angelopoulos Collection Vol 3 - The Suspended Step of the Stork (1991) Ulysses' Gaze (1995) Eternity and a Day (1998) The Weeping Meadow (2004) and The Dust of Time (2008) - R2 UK Artificial Eye

Tomboy [Blu-ray] (Céline Sciamma, 2011) RB UK Peccadillo Pictures

Vanya on 42nd Street (Louis Malle, 1994) Criterion
Vanya on 42nd Street [
Blu-ray] (Louis Malle, 1994) Criterion

Where Love Has Gone [Blu-ray] (Edward Dmytryk, 1964) Olive Films


March 5th, 2012


Chung Kuo China (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1972) - US Mr Bongo

Columbus Circle [Blu-ray] (George Gallo, 2010) Universal Studios

Dead in the Water [Blu-ray] (Bill Condon, 1991) Timeless Media Group

The Deer Hunter [Blu-ray] (Michael Cimino, 1978) Universal

Dracula: Prince of Darkness [Blu-ray] (Terence Fisher, 1966) RB UK Optimum

Evil Roy Slade & Brother's O'Toole - Double Feature [Blu-ray] - Timeless Media Group

Grave of the Fireflies (Isao Takahata, 1988) Section 23

Harvey [Blu-ray] (Henry Koster, 1950) Universal

Jesus of Nazareth [Blu-ray] (Franco Zeffirelli, 1977) RB DE Koch Media

King of Devil's Island (Marius Holst, 2010) Film Movement

The Man from Snowy River [Blu-ray] (George Miller, 1982) Fox

Meet the Parents [Blu-ray] (Jay Roach, 2000) Universal

Monty Python and the Holy Grail [Blu-ray] (Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones, 1975) Sony

Reindeer Games [Blu-ray] (John Frankenheimer, 2000) Miramax Lionsgate

Requiem for the Damned [Blu-ray] (Johnny Bones, 2011) Hannover House

The Search for One-eye Jimmy [Blu-ray] (Sam Henry Kass, 1994) Lorber Films

The Skin I Live in [Blu-ray] (Pedro Almodovar, 2011) Sony Pictures

To Catch a Thief [Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock, 1955) Paramount

Weekend [Blu-ray] (Andrew Haigh, 2011) RB UK Peccadillo Pictures

Who Dares Wins [Blu-ray] (Ian Sharp, 1982) RB Arrow Video

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