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OF February 17th, 2014

  This Week's Highlights

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Ace in the Hole [Blu-ray] (Billy Wilder, 1951) Criterion Collection

Red River [Blu-ray] (Howard Hawks, Arthur Rosson, 1948) Criterion Collection

Like Someone in Love [Blu-ray] (Abbas Kiarostami, 2012) Criterion Collection

Overlord [Blu-ray] (Stuart Cooper, 1975) Criterion Collection

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou [Blu-ray] (Wes Anderson, 2004) Criterion Collection

55 Days at Peking [Blu-ray] (Nicholas Ray, Guy Green, 1963) RB UK Anchor Bay UK

The Four Feathers [Blu-ray] (Zoltan Korda, 1939) RB UK Network

Seven Samurai [Blu-ray Steelbook] (Akira Kurosawa, 1954) RB UK BFI

Backlash [Blu-ray] (John Sturges, 1956) RB DE Explosive Media

Man Without a Star [Blu-ray] (King Vidor, 1955) RB DE Explosive Media

Destry Rides Again [Blu-ray] (George Marshall, 1939) RB DE Koch Media

The Andromeda Strain [Blu-ray Steelbook] (Robert Wise, 1971) RB DE Koch Media

The Lars von Trier Collection (5 Disc Blu-ray - Nymphomaniac Vol. I & Vol. II, Melancholia, Antichrist and Breaking the Waves) RB UK Artificial Eye

Witness [Blu-ray] (Peter Weir, 1985) RB FR Paramount Pictures

The King of Comedy [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 1982) RB FR Carlotta Films

Lord Jim [Blu-ray] (Richard Brooks, 1965) RB FR Wild Side

The Railway Man [Blu-ray] (Jonathan Teplitzky, 2013) RB UK Lionsgate UK

Black Narcissus [Blu-ray] (Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, 1947) RB UK Network

Ultimate Gangsters Collection-Contemporary Volume 2 [Blu-ray] (Once Upon a Time in America, Black Rain, Internal Affairs, The Town) - Warner Home Video

The Rocket [Blu-ray] (Kim Mordaunt, 2013) RB UK Eureka

Two Moon Junction [Blu-ray] (Zalman King, 1988) RB UK 88 Films

Dolls [Blu-ray] (Stuart Gordon, 1987) RB UK 101 Films

Hands of the Ripper [Blu-ray] (Peter Sasdy, 1971) RB UK Network

Aguirre, Wrath of God (Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbook) (Werner Herzog, 1972) RB UK BFI

Werner Herzog Collection (7-disc Blu-ray Box Set) 18-films including Aguirre, Wrath of God , The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, Heart of Glass, Stroszek, Nosferatu, the Vampyre, Woyzeck, Fitzcarraldo and more - RB UK BFI

American Hustle [Blu-ray] (David O. Russell, 2013) Sony Pictures

12 Years a Slave [Blu-ray] (Steve McQueen, 2013) 20th Century Fox

Alice [Blu-ray] (Jan Svankmajer, 1988) First Run Features

The Jungle Book [Blu-ray] (Wolfgang Reitherman, 1967) Disney

Alain Robbe-Grillet: Six Films 1964-1974 (Blu-ray Box Set) The Immortal One (1964), Trans-Europ Express (1967), The Man Who Lies (1968), Eden and After (1970), N. Rolls the Dice (1971) and Successive Slidings Into Pleasure (1974). - RB UK BFI

Zoolander [Blu-ray] (Ben Stiller, 2001) Paramount Pictures

Möbius [Blu-ray] (Eric Rochant, 2013) Lions Gate

Ernest & Celestine [Blu-ray] (Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar, 2012) New Video Group

Amistad [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 1997) Dreamworks Video

Double Indemnity - 70th Anniversary Limited Edition (Blu-ray + DIGITAL HD with UltraViolet) (Billy Wilder, 1944) Universal Studios

Touch of Evil - Limited Edition (Blu-ray + DIGITAL HD with UltraViolet) (Orson Welles, 1958) Universal Studios

Boomerang! [Blu-ray] (Elia Kazan, 1947) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Ace in the Hole [Blu-ray] (Billy Wilder, 1951) RB UK Masters of Cinema



ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): I enjoyed all the Blu-rays I reviewed this week- with only a few nagging digital issues to complain about. I was right into Don Siegel's noirish The Killers via the Arrow Blu-ray which offers dual aspect ratios and some good extras. Jacques Demy's masterpiece The Umbrellas of Cherbourg gets the 1080P treatment and, perhaps more importantly, lossless audio. Easiest purchase of the early year. Masters of Cinema create the definitive package (also available in Steelbook) for Sidney Lumet's Serpico. A film that only improves with age. I also really enjoyed revisiting Richard Fleischer's, tense crime expose, The Boston Strangler and the French Blu-ray has removable subtitles. Very pleasing as compared to the old DVD. Surprise of the week was Alfred Hitchcock's Downhill on Blu-ray out of Spain - it's region FREE and the longer/2012 BFI restoration. Hammer Studios releases both The Reptile and 1959's The Mummy are on Blu-ray and include many beneficial attributes - very desirable for fans of these addictive Brit horrors. I've always been a big fan of The Shadow but the new Shout! Factory Blu-ray shows moments of unfortunate softness - although I still enjoyed the 1080P presentation. Despite some minor digitization, I appreciated Raimi's style and the fantasy aspects of Darkman. The politically appointed Come Back, Africa is part of Milestone's second Blu-ray Volume of Lionel Rogosin films and is an important docu-drama from the late 50's. Brian De Palma's Phantom of the Paradise has some questioning Arrow video Blu-ray rendering but there is no doubt the package has a lot to offer. in the SD realm, I, non-eventfully, compared the marvelously dark-cinema Stolen Face (an extra on the Icon Hammer The Mummy Blu-ray) with no positive result. Another new comparisons shows Fox's pan-and-scan 23 Paces to Baker Street vs. the UK widescreen. Eric added a third comparison with the cheesy 90's horror Dr. Mordrid, as well as reviews of Alice, Sweet Alice (with a ten year old Brooke Shields), an intriguing concept in the Scandinavian film Frost and the poorly received Slasher effort, Antisocial... I think I've had enough of this Canadian winter.


Phantom of the Paradise BD - A Faustain Rock Opera version of Phantom Of The Opera. Record producer Swan (Paul Williams) absconds with both the music and the female, Phoenix (Jessica Harper), from the composer Winslow Leach (William Finley). Disfigured by an injection-molding pressing plant, and now mask-donning, Leach plots revenge on Swan and his anticipated rock concert palace, The Paradise, by transforming onto 'The Phantom'. Leach signs a contract with Swan to complete the rock opera based on the life of Faust with Phoenix to star. Leach exacts his vengeance, Hunchback of Notre Dame style, when he is double crossed by Swan who instead hires pill-popping feminine male glam-rock prima donna Beef (Gerrit Graham). Arrow Blu-ray Release Date: February 24th, 2014

The Killers BD - So muses hitman Charlie (Lee Marvin) after his high-priced victim Johnny North (John Cassavetes) gives in without a fight. Obsessed with the answer, Charlie and his hot-headed associate Lee (Clu Gulager) track down Johnny's associates, and uncover a complex web of crime and deceit involving his femme fatale girlfriend Sheila (Angie Dickinson) and ruthless mob boss Jack Browning (Ronald Reagan in his last screen role). Blu-ray Release date: February 24th, 2014

Darkman BD - Neglecting Julie (Frances McDormand), his lawyer lady friend, Dr. Peyton Westlake (Liam Neeson) works feverishly to perfect his latest invention -- artificial skin that could be used to treat burn victims. Peyton himself falls victim to an explosion when one of Julie's crooked clients sends his henchmen to sniff out an incriminating document that's been left in Westlake's lab. Hideously disfigured and left for dead, the good doctor receives an experimental medical treatment that renders him super-strong, impervious to pain and prone to heightened fits of rage. Rebuilding his lab into an underground hideout, Westlake begins using his synthetic skin to impersonate various characters and engineer his revenge against those who destroyed his life. Reconnecting with Julie, however, becomes the unsightly vigilante's biggest challenge. Blu-ray Release date: February 18th, 2014

The Mummy (1959) BD - One by one the archaeologists who discover the 4,000-year-old tomb of Princess Ananka are brutally murdered. Kharis (Lee), high priest in Egypt 40 centuries ago, has been brought to life by the power of the ancient gods and his sole purpose is to destroy those responsible for the desecration of the sacred tomb. But Isobel Banning (Furneaux), wife of one of the explorers (Cushing), resembles the beautiful princess, forcing the speechless and tormented monster to defy commands and abduct Isobel to an unknown fate... Blu-ray Release date: November 5th, 2012

The Shadow BD - A crime fighter created in the 1930s and popularized in movies, pulp novels, and a radio show starring a young Orson Welles, The Shadow came back to life in 1994 in this slick, well-cast production. Alec Baldwin stars as Lamont Cranston, a murderous opium dealer reformed by a Tibetan mystic, who teaches him how to use his keen mental powers to manipulate others. As penance for his past misdeeds, Cranston masquerades as a degenerate New York City playboy by day and secretly plays the heroic Shadow by night, staving off evildoers with a network of agents and a cab-driving sidekick (Peter Boyle). A greater challenge arrives when Cranston must fight Shiwan Khan (John Lone), the final descendent of Genghis Khan, who has received training from the same Tibetan master who instructed Cranston. Shiwan plans to use atomic weapons to take over New York and then the world. At the same time, Cranston meets socialite Margo Lane (Penelope Ann Miller), and, although he's instantly enamored of her, he discovers that her psychic abilities render his secret identity vulnerable. Shout! Factory Blu-ray Release Date: February 25th, 2014

The Boston Strangler BD - Boston women are being terrorized by a serial killer who appears to be striking at random. Based on the true story, the docu-melodrama follows the detectives path through multiple leads. Only after that are we introduced to the Strangler (Tony Curtis). The story closely follows the perspective of the investigators who have very few leads, but doggedly follow them up. Fleischer's split-screen imagery method is at first unique but appears for extended periods of the movie making it uncomfortable to settle into. The film coldly deals with its subject matter with visual clues and adept depth. Divided into two parts (the chase and the questioning) anyone who has the remotest interest in police investigation will be intrigued. Curtis, Fonda and Kennedy were all excellent. Blu-ray Release Date: April 17th, 2013

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg BD - Jacques Demy's 1964 masterpiece is a pop-art opera, or, to borrow the director's own description, a film in song. This simple romantic tragedy begins in 1957. Guy Foucher (Nino Castelnuovo), a 20-year-old French auto mechanic, has fallen in love with 17-year-old Geneviève Emery (a luminous Catherine Deneuve), an employee in her widowed mother's chic but financially embattled umbrella shop. On the evening before Guy is to leave for a two-year tour of combat in Algeria, he and Geneviève make love. She becomes pregnant and must choose between waiting for Guy's return or accepting an offer of marriage from a wealthy diamond merchant (Marc Michel, reprising his role from Demy's masterful debut, Lola). A completely sung movie, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is closest in form to a cinematic opera. Composer Michel Legrand composed the score, modeling it around the patterns of everyday conversation. Blu-ray Release Date: February 10th, 2014

Downhill (Hitchcock) BD - Superlative technique from the 27-year-old Hitchcock almost – but not quite – compensates for the major script problems (see below). Camerawork is consistently imaginative and ahead-of-its-time, including some startling hand-held sequences towards the end as Roddy staggers, fever-stricken, off a boat. Most breathtakingly virtuoso touch is a complex shot pulling back from Roddy adjusting his tie – we think he's dressing up for a fancy evening out, then realise he's working as a waiter, and then realise he's playing a waiter on stage. Brilliantly done. Hitchcock is clearly not especially interested in the story (who can blame him?) but uses it as an excuse to explore the medium (much use of colour-tints to indicate the 'moods' of various scenes) and generally learn the ropes. Blu-ray Release date: November 7th, 2013

The Reptile BD - This chilling monster film metaphorically examines the horrors brought home by British colonialism. Harry and Valerie (Ray Barrett, Jennifer Daniel) inherit the Cornwall home of Harry's brother, who died under mysterious circumstances. The local villagers are tight-lipped and afraid, and the couple's neighbor, the hostile Dr. Franklin (Noel Willman), hides in a large mansion with his frightened daughter Anna (Jacqueline Pearce) and a strange foreign man (Marne Maitland). The truth is that Franklin had been investigating a secret tribe of snake-people on his last trip to Borneo, and they had reacted to his intrusion by making Anna one of them. As a result, the girl turns into a hideous cobra-woman every winter, with bulging eyes, a scaly face, and large, venomous fangs. Blu-ray Release date: June 18th, 2012

Come Back, Africa - The Films of Lionel Rogosin, Volume 2 BD - Lionel Rogosin's religion could be dubbed liberation cinematography he made films as a way to fight injustice. In 1957, Rogosin followed his calling to South Africa creating Come Back, Africa - a powerful and moving drama exposing the harsh reality of life under the system apartheid. Shooting secretly under the very noses of the feared South African police, Rogosin, his crew and his cast (including journalists/activists Lewis Nkosi, Bloke Modisane, and Can Themba) risked arrest and deportation. Miriam Makeba, whose electrifying appearance in Come Back, Africa launched a legendary career, found herself banned from her country after she traveled to Venice for the movie's premiere. The scenes shot in the vibrant black ghetto of Sophiatown are precious images of a lost world. Nkosi later said of the film, It is a monument. We were able to show the world what South Africa really was like. Blu-ray Release date: February 25th, 2014

Serpico BD - Adapted by Waldo Salt and Norman Wexler from Peter Maas's book, Sidney Lumet's drama portrays the real-life struggle of an honest New York City cop against a corrupt system. Neophyte officer Frank Serpico (Al Pacino) is determined not to let his job get in the way of his individuality. Despite his colleagues' leery reactions, he keeps one foot firmly planted in the counterculture, sporting a beard and love beads and living in bohemian Greenwich Village, while he performs his police duties with dispatch. Serpico's peers genuinely ostracize him, however, when he refuses to take bribes like everybody else. Appalled by the extent of police corruption, Serpico goes to his superiors, but when he discovers that they have ignored his charges, he takes the potentially fatal step of breaking the blue wall of silence and going public with his exposé. Masters of Cinema Blu-ray Release Date: February 24th, 2014

Stolen Face - Classic Hammer horror, about an obsessive surgeon and the lengths he will go to for the perfect wife. After Dr Philip Ritter (Paul Henreid) falls in love with talented pianist Alice Brent (Lizbeth Scott), he is devastated when he finds that his feelings are not reciprocated. Taking in disfigured convict Lily (Mary Mackenzie), Ritter uses his plastic surgery skills to remodel her face into an exact likeness of Alice, convinced that he can cure her criminal tendencies by curing her outward appearance. Ritter soon realises the extent of his mistake when Lily quickly reverts to her criminal ways. DVD Release Date: November 5th, 2012

23 Paces to Baker Street - Van Johnson portrays a blind American writer living in London. Blessed with an acute hearing sense, Johnson overhears a kidnapping plot but neither his friends nor the authorities believe him, chalking up his story as the product of a writer's imagination. Disgruntled, Johnson vows to scuttle the kidnapping himself -- with the assistant of his fiancée Vera Miles. Despite his handicap, Johnson puts the pieces together using sounds as evidence and guidance. Ultimately Johnson finds his life in danger when he corners the criminal in a dark alley. 23 Paces to Baker Street was one of several ''50s 20th Century-Fox films shot on location in London to take advantage of Fox's "frozen funds" -- money earned by the studio in England which by law could only be spent in that country. DVD Release Date: March 1st, 2013

Alice, Sweet Alice - When ten-year-old Karen (Brooke Shields in her first screen appearance) is killed in church on the occasion of her first communion, her seemingly innocent older sister Alice (Paula Sheppard) becomes the prime suspect. Matters become complicated as more of Alice s family members are attacked, along with residents of her apartment building. Can a twelve-year-old girl be capable of such mayhem, or is someone else with a vicious plan destroying her family? DVD Release Date: February 17th, 2014

Dr. Mordrid - Doctor Mordrid (Jeffrey Combs) is an interdimensional sorcerer whose earth cover consists of acting as a super for a Manhattan apartment building. He gets word from his contact that a rival sorcerer, Kabal (Brian Thompson), has escaped and is coming to earth to take over the planet. Framed by Kabal for murder, Mordrid is sent to jail where his girlfriend (Yvette Nipar) is the only one who can help him escape -- and prevent the destruction of Earth. DVD Release Date: February 17th, 2014

Frost - At a remote glacier drilling station on the outskirts of the arctic circle, two young researchers wake up to discover that their station base camp has been mysteriously abandoned with no sign of their team anywhere. As the arctic weather worsens and darkness descends the base is shaken by ear-splitting screams and flashing lights. Believing these to be signs of their missing colleagues the pair head out into the darkness frantically following a trail of blood in the snow, not knowing what they will find at the other end… DVD Release Date: February 10th, 2014

Antisocial - Five university friends gather at a house party to ring in the New Year. Unbeknownst to them, an epidemic has erupted outside, causing outbreaks around the world. With nowhere else to turn, they barricade themselves indoors with only their phones, laptops, and other tech devices. They use their devices to research the possible cause of this outbreak. Information and video footage over flow their computers as they descend further into the cause and the ensuing chaos. As the virus spreads, the mood in the house changes from fear to paranoia. Who is safe? Who can they trust? Reality becomes blurred as they slowly discover the source of the virus causing the sickness...and there is no going back. DVD Release Date: January 28th, 2014

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

February 17th, 2014


Afternoon Delight [Blu-ray] (Jill Soloway, 2013) New Video Group

Alice, Sweet Alice (Alfred Sole, 1976) R2 UK 88 Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Bad Dreams / Visiting Hours [Blu-ray] - Shout! Factory

Darkman [Blu-ray] (Sam Raimi, 1990) Shout! Factory (BEAVER REVIEW)

Doctor Mordrid (Albert Band, Charles Band, 1992) R2 UK 88 Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Dolls [Blu-ray] (Stuart Gordon, 1987) RB UK 101 Films

The Earrings of Madame de... [Blu-ray] (Max Ophüls, 1953) Gaumont

Fists of Legend [Blu-ray] (Woo-Suk Kang, 2013) CJ Entertainment

Game of Thrones: The Complete Third Season [Blu-ray] - HBO

Fantastic Mr. Fox [Blu-ray] (Wes Anderson, 2009) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Foreign Correspondent [Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Witness [Blu-ray] (Peter Weir, 1985) RB FR Paramount Pictures


February 24th, 2014


Backlash [Blu-ray] (John Sturges, 1956) RB DE Explosive Media

Blue Is the Warmest Color [Blu-ray] (Abdellatif Kechiche, 2013) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Breathless [Blu-ray] (Jean-Luc Godard, 1960) Criterion Collection

Classe Tous Risques [Blu-ray] (Claude Sautet, 1960) RB UK BFI (BEAVER REVIEW)

Come Back, Africa - The Films of Lionel Rogosin, Volume 2 [Blu-ray] (1959) - Milestone (BEAVER REVIEW)

Dead of Night [Blu-ray] (Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer, 1945) - RB UK Studiocanal

Fellini's Roma [Blu-ray] (Federico Fellini, 1972) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Gravity [Blu-ray] (Alfonso Cuaron, 2014) Warner Home Video

John Lennon's Imagine [Blu-ray Audio] 10 Spot (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Killers [Blu-ray] (Don Siegel, 1964) RB UK Arrow (BEAVER REVIEW)

King of the Hill [Blu-ray] (Steven Soderbergh, 1993) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Man Without a Star [Blu-ray] (King Vidor, 1955) RB DE Explosive Media

Phantom of the Paradise [Blu-ray] (Brian De Palma, 1974) RB UK Arrow (BEAVER REVIEW)

Serpico [Blu-ray] (Sidney Lumet, 1973) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)
Serpico [Steelbook] [
Blu-ray] (Sidney Lumet, 1973) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Shadow [Blu-ray] (Russell Mulcahy, 1994) Shout! Factory (BEAVER REVIEW)

Tess [Blu-ray] (Roman Polanski, 1979) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

Thor: The Dark World [Blu-ray] (Alan Taylor, 2013) Walt Disney

Thor: The Dark World (1-Disc Blu-ray) (Alan Taylor, 2013) Walt Disney

Transport from Paradise (Zbynek Brynych, 1963) R2 UK Second Run

You Will Be My Son [Blu-ray] (Gilles Legrand, 2011) Cohen Media


March 3rd, 2014


12 Years a Slave [Blu-ray] (Steve McQueen, 2013) 20th Century Fox

Boiler Room [Blu-ray] (Ben Younger, 2000) New Line Video
Far and Away [
Blu-ray] (Ron Howard, 1992) Universal Studios

The Fly - Limited Edition Steelbook [Blu-ray] (Kurt Neumann, 1958) RB UK 20th Century Fox

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire [Blu-ray] (Francis Lawrence, 2013) LionsGate

Somewhere in Time [Blu-ray] (Jeannot Szwarc, 1980) Universal Studios

The Visitor [Blu-ray] (Giulio Paradisi , 1979) New Video Group



March 10th, 2014


Au hasard Balthazar [Blu-ray] (Robert Bresson, 1966) R2 UK Artificial Eye

Beyond Outrage [Blu-ray] (Takeshi Kitano, 2012) Magnolia

The Book Thief [Blu-ray] (Brian Percival, 2013) 20th Century Fox

Breaking the Waves [Blu-ray] (Lars von Trier, 1996) RB UK Artificial Eye

El Dorado [Blu-ray] (Howard Hawks, 1966) Paramount

Fill the Void [Blu-ray] (Rama Burshtein, 2012) RB UK Artificial Eye

Giant [Blu-ray] (George Stevens, 1956) Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

George Washington [Blu-ray] (David Gordon Green, 2000) Criterion Collection

Gunfight at the O.K. Corral [Blu-ray] (John Sturges, 1957) Paramount

Hatari! [Blu-ray] (Howard Hawks, 1962) Paramount

The Hunchback of Notre Dame [Blu-ray] (Wallace Worsley, 1923) Flicker Alley

Mademoiselle C [Blu-ray] (Fabien Constant, 2013) Cohen Media

Metro Manila [Blu-ray] (Sean Ellis, 2013) RB UK Independent Distribution

Mouchette [Blu-ray] (Robert Bresson, 1967) RB UK Artificial Eye

Querelle [Blu-ray] (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1982) RB UK Artificial Eye

Rebel Without a Cause [Blu-ray] (Nicholas Ray, 1955) Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

Samson and Delilah [Blu-ray] (Cecil B. DeMille, 1949) Paramount

The Stuff [Blu-ray] (Larry Cohen, 1985) RB UK Arrow

Sullivan's Travels [Blu-ray] (Preston Sturges, 1941) RB UK Arrow

The Swimmer [Blu-ray] (Frank Perry, Sydney Pollack, 1968) Grindhouse Releasing

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