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OF March 3rd, 2014

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Hobson's Choice [Blu-ray] (David Lean, 1954) RB UK StudioCanal

The Nutty Professor [Blu-ray] (Jerry Lewis, 1963) Paramount Pictures

Camera Obscura: The Walerian Borowczyk Collection [Blu-ray] (5 Feature Films, 14 shorts) - RB UK Arrow Academy

Inspector Lavardin Collection [Blu-ray] - Chicken With Vinegar (Claude Chabrol, 1985), Inspector Lavardin (Claude Chabrol, 1986) Cohen Media

An Inspector Calls [Blu-ray] (Guy Hamilton, 1954) RB UK StudioCanal

The Wolf of Wall Street [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 2013) Paramount

The Grandmaster [Blu-ray] (Kar Wai Wong, 2013) Anchor Bay

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty [Blu-ray] (Ben Stiller, 2013) 20th Century Fox

The Death Kiss [Blu-ray] (Edwin L. Marin, 1932) Kino

The Belles of St. Trinian's [Blu-ray] (Frank Launder, 1954) RB UK StudioCanal

Gimme Shelter [Blu-ray] (Ron Krauss, 2013) Lions Gate

The Big Heat Deluxe Edition with book [Blu-ray] (Fritz Lang, 1953) RB FR Warner

Black Jack [Blu-ray] (Ken Loach, 1979) Cohen Media

Out of the Furnace [Blu-ray] (Scott Cooper, 2013) 20th Century Fox

Saving Mr. Banks [Blu-ray] (John Lee Hancock , 2013) Walt Disney Studios

Approved for Adoption [Blu-ray] (Laurent Boileau, Jung , 2012) New Video Group

Jurassic Park (Steelbook) [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 1993) Universal

The Blues Brothers (Steelbook) [Blu-ray] (John Landis, 1980) Universal

King Kong (Steelbook) [Blu-ray] (Peter Jackson, 2005) Universal

L'immortelle [Blu-ray] (Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1963) Redemption

Honeymooners: Classic 39 Episodes [Blu-ray] - Paramount

Dogs [Blu-ray] (Burt Brinckerhoff, 1976) ADA Corp

Hallucination Strip [Blu-ray] (Lucio Marcaccini, 1975) Raro Video

Bad Country [Blu-ray] (Chris Brinker, 2014) Sony Pictures

Tightrope [Blu-ray] (Richard Tuggle, 1984) Warner

Stolen Face (Terence Fisher, 1952) VCI

Blackout (Terrence Fisher , 1954) VCI

I'll Get You (Seymour Friedman, 1952) VCI
Portland Expose (Harold D. Schuster, 1957) VCI

Loan Shark (Seymour Friedman, 1952) VCI

Nurse 3D [Blu-ray] (Douglas Aarniokoski, 2013) Lions Gate

Black Beauty [Blu-ray] (Caroline Thompson, 1994) Warner

Gilda [Blu-ray] (Charles Vidor, 1946) RB DE Sony Pictures

The 'Burbs [Blu-ray] (Joe Dante, 1989) RB UK Arrow
The 'Burbs [
Blu-ray] Steelbook (Joe Dante, 1989) RB UK Arrow

The Quiller Memorandum [Blu-ray] (Michael Anderson, 1966) RB UK Network

Sisters [Blu-ray] (Brian De Palma, 1973) RB UK Arrow

The Agony and the Ecstasy [Blu-ray] (Carol Reed, 1965) UK 20th Century Fox

The War Wagon [Blu-ray] (Burt Kennedy, 1967) Universal Studios

The King of Comedy - 30th Anniversary [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 1982) 20th Century Fox

Fargo [Blu-ray] Remastered Edition (Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, 1996) MGM

Swerve [Blu-ray] (Craig Lahiff, 2011) Cohen



ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): There is so much 'greatness' this week. The Criterion Blu-ray of Ingmar Bergman's Persona has burned its 1080P images into my brain. Fantastic cinema and must-own package. Endless superlatives for the quality of Carol Reed's The Agony and the Ecstasy. Absolutely brilliant. The Great Beauty is a modern masterpiece - films like this come around about once a decade - don't miss-out on this Blu-ray experience. Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave wins best picture and the Blu-ray is flawless - another recommendation. The Masters of Cinema group have put Fellini's Roma to Blu-ray - the director's fans may wish to indulge. Michael Cimino's first feature, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, comes to Blu-ray via Twilight Time in a sweet transfer. John Sturges' 1957 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral - a great western and, thankfully, Paramount have not 'messed' with the rendering. I haven't heard much praise since it came out but I'm a fan of Boiler Room and appreciate the new Blu-ray. Wong Kar-wai's The Grandmaster is one of the director's visual feasts - a film made for Blu-ray. Mysterious Skin is a moving, and realistically disturbing, piece of cinema. WOW. Strand's region FREE Blu-ray is strongly recommended! I think of all the Pete Walker horror films I have seen, I rate Frightmare as his best - or certainly most accessible and charismatic of that genre. How The Blue Max got so far down this week's list is my own error - an unforgettable war film and beautiful 1080P Blu-ray. Takeshi Kitano' Beyond Outrage is more of the same big-crime intensity from the director/actor - his following will like. The bad this week is Hatari! - probably the worst HD video image I have seen in years. On DVD Eric did a comparisons with the 2-part TV Frankenstein: The True Story and Gregory covered the appealing 4-films package William Powell at Warner Bros...... I submit to this endless Canadian winter - I hope you are faring better!!


The Grandmaster BD - Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Wong Kar Wai, The Grandmaster is an epic action feature inspired by the life and times of the legendary Kung FU master, Ip Man who mentored Bruce Lee. The story spans the tumultuous Republican era that followed the fall of China's last dynasty, a time of chaos, division and war that was also the golden age of Chinese martial arts. Filmed in a range of stunning locations that include the snow-swept landscapes of Northeast China and the subtropical South, The Grandmaster features virtuoso performances by some of the greatest stars of contemporary Asian cinema, including Tony Leung and Ziyi Zhang. Blu-ray Release date: March 11th, 2014

Persona BD - Heavily artistically infused this chamber piece from Bergman lauded numerous international awards for both the film and the performances. It's beautiful imagery captured by Sven Nykvist's magnificent cinematography, its high level of pretension and its inability to be comprehensible have given it a unique place in cinema history. "Persona" can causes a myriad of personal reactions. Perhaps its greatest triumph is forcing the viewer to allow "it" to penetrate... to open yourself to its deeply felt expressions and perhaps have it touch upon your own. "Persona" is rife with universal emotions; pain, love, desire, regret, longing. This is a film that can be viewed multiple times garnering more from each visit ... or less, depending on how you allow it to brush your subconscious... that part of you filled with emotions which you rarely, if ever, openly discuss. Blu-ray Release date: March 25th, 2014

The Agony and the Ecstasy BD - Adapted by Philip Dunne from the novel by Irving Stone, The Agony and the Ecstasy is the story of the 16th century war of wills between Renaissance artist Michelangelo (Charlton Heston) and "warrior pope" Julius II (Rex Harrison). Commissioned to paint a religious fresco on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, the independent-minded Michelangelo balks at the assignment. He is virtually strongarmed into accepting the job by Pope Julius, who wants to leave something for future generations to remember him by. Director Carol Reed deftly juggles screen time between the Pope's activities on the battlefield and Michelangelo's slow, arduous completion of his monumental task. The film also gingerly approaches the subject of Michelangelo's sexual orientation vis-a-vis his relationship with the Contessina de Medici (Diane Cilento). Blu-ray Release date: March 4th, 2014

The Great Beauty BD - For decades, journalist Jep Gambardella has charmed and seduced his way through the glittering nightlife of Rome. Since the legendary success of his only novel, he has been a permanent fixture in the city’s literary and elite social circles. But on his sixty-fifth birthday, Jep unexpectedly finds himself taking stock of his life, turning his cutting wit on himself and his contemporaries, and looking past the lavish nightclubs, parties, and cafés to find Rome itself, in all its monumental glory: a timeless landscape of absurd, exquisite beauty. Featuring sensuous cinematography, a lush score, and an award-winning central performance by the great Toni Servillo, this transporting experience by the brilliant Italian director Paolo Sorrentino is a breathtaking Felliniesque tale of decadence and lost love. Blu-ray Release date: March 25th, 2014

Fellini's Roma BD - As Fellini himself travels with his crew to document the ring-road circling Rome, with all the natural diversions that might inherently divert a traditional film shoot, we move into episodes that chart the wartime difficulties of Roman life across those fleeting times that chronicle love and life within the modern-day Rome-time, themselves pitted against the archaelogical vestiges of the great city, - and the Catholic church rears its dominance, and we come into a midpoint that positions itself, indeed, between the memory-cinema of Satyricon and Amarcord. Blu-ray Release Date: February 24th, 2014

Frightmare BD - Just released from an insane asylum, an elderly British couple (Davies and Keith) retire to a remote farmhouse, where Keith immediately resumes her cannibalistic activities, while Davies covers up for her. In addition to knocking off the psychiatrist sent to check up on them, Keith even enlists her adult daughter (Butcher) in the service of her perversion. Easily the best of notorious British gore director Walker's efforts (and that's including the sadistic House of Whipcord, 1974), this film is stylishly directed and contains several good performances, most notably that of Keith. Blu-ray Release date: March 18th, 2014

Mysterious Skin BD - At the age of eight, Kansas youngsters Neil and Brian played on the same little league baseball team. Now, ten years later, the two boys couldn't be more different. Neil is a charismatic but emotionally aloof male hustler while Brian is a nervous introvert obsessed with the idea that he has been abducted by a UFO. When the boys parallel lives inevitably intersect, the pair unearth dark, repressed secrets on a harrowing and unforgettable journey of self discovery. Blu-ray Release date: March 18th, 2014

12 Years a Slave BD - The film 12 Years a Slave, British director Steve McQueen’s antebellum Southern drama, sets a new standard in realistically depicting American slavery. With slavery at the heart of the paradox – the United States’ existence was founded on the principle of liberty – a mainstream film that depicts that bleak part of history is exceptional. For that reason alone, 12 Years A Slave is probably the film event of the year, but worthiness in itself can be deadly – even if it does win Academy Awards. Fortunately, 12 Years a Slave is also exceptional as a film. Far from the push-button catharsis offered by most Hollywood redemption tales, the work is sober and deliberate, a mix of visceral intensity and artful design. Blu-ray Release date: March 4th, 2014

The Blue Max BD - Directed by John Guillermin and starring George Peppard, James Mason, and Ursula Andress, The Blue Max (1966) is based on Jack D. Hunter’s perennial best-seller about an ambitious young German soldier (Peppard) who, from the muck of the World War I trenches, becomes determined to join the aristocratic ranks of his country’s heroic fliers. The film details his journey as he moves up the ladder and into the skies, providing along the way some of the most thrilling sequences of aerial combat ever committed to the screen. Featuring music by Jerry Goldsmith (available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track) that has taken its place as one of the greatest film scores of all time. Blu-ray Release date: February, 2014

Beyond Outrage BD - A manipulative police crackdown on organized crime has ignited a tricky power struggle in the yakuza underworld. As the police force prepares a full-scale crackdown, anti-gang detective Kataoka wants to start a war between crime families for their mutual destruction. His war incendiary device is the rumored dead boss Otomo (Kitano) who seeks to retire from a life of crime, but can't help but get drawn back into the battle. Blu-ray Release date: March 11th, 2014

Boiler Room BD - In this drama that explores greed and corruption in American business, Giovanni Ribisi plays Seth Davis, an intelligent and ambitious college dropout who runs a casino in his apartment. Eager to show his father that he can succeed, Seth lands a job with a small stock brokerage firm. He is given a space in the company's "boiler room," where he makes cold calls to prospective clients. As it turns out, Seth has a genuine talent for cold calling, which gains him the approval of his superiors, the admiration of his father, and the attentions of one of his co-workers, Abby Hilliard (Nia Long). However, the higher up the ladder Seth rises, the deeper he sinks into a quagmire of dirty dealings, until he's breaking the law in order to keep his bosses happy and his paychecks coming. Blu-ray Release date: March 4th, 2014

Hatari! BD - Hatari! is Swahili for "danger"--and also the word for action, adventure and broad comedy in this two-fisted Howard Hawks effort. John Wayne stars as the head of a daring Tanganyka-based group which captures wild animals on behalf of the world's zoos. Hardy Kruger, Gérard Blain and Red Buttons are members of Wayne's men-only contingent, all of whom are reduced to jello when the curvaceous Elsa Martinelli enters the scene. In tried and true Howard Hawks fashion, Martinelli quickly becomes "one of the guys," though Wayne apparently can't say two words to her without sparking an argument. The second half of this amazingly long (159 minute) film concerns the care and maintenance of a baby elephant; the barely credible finale is devoted to a comic pachyderm stampede down an urban African street, ending literally at the foot of Martinelli's bed. The other scene worth mentioning involves comedy-relief Red Buttons' efforts to create a fireworks-powered animal trap. Not to be taken seriously for a minute, Hatari is attractively packaged and neatly tied up with a danceable-pranceable theme song by Henry Mancini. Blu-ray Release date: March 11th, 2014

Gunfight at the O.K. Corral BD - Of the many filmed versions of the October 26, 1881, O.K. Corral shootout in Tombstone, Arizona, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral was one of the most elaborate and star-studded. Burt Lancaster plays Wyatt Earp, the renowned lawman, while Kirk Douglas is consumptive gambler (and gunfighter) Doc Holliday -- the two meet in difficult circumstances, as Earp discovers that Holiday, for whom he initially feels little but loathing, is being held on a trumped up murder charge and being set up for a lynching, and intercedes on his behalf. The action shifts to Dodge City, Kansas, where Earp is marshal and Holiday, hardly grateful for the good turn, shows up right in the middle of all kinds of trouble, this time mostly on Earp's side of the ledger. And, finally, the two turn up in Tombstone, Arizona, where Wyatt's brother Virgil is city marshal, and where Wyatt finally gets to confront the Clanton/McLowery outlaw gang (led by Lyle Bettger as Ike Clanton). Since the time-span of the actual gunfight was at most 90 seconds, the bulk of the film concerns the tensions across many months leading up to the famous battle. Blu-ray Release date: March 11th, 2014

Thunderbolt and Lightfoot BD - Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) marked the directing debut of screenwriter Michael Cimino (The Deer Hunter, Heaven’s Gate), working under the meticulous guidance of star/producer Clint Eastwood. Eastwood plays a typically laconic loner, a big-time thief in hiding who hooks up with a goofy young drifter (Jeff Bridges, giving an Oscar®-nominated performance). First attempting to escape from a couple of vengeful former partners (George Kennedy, Geoffrey Lewis), then joining forces with them to pull off a risky robbery, Eastwood and Bridges give us an ultimately touching portrait of masculine friendship. Superbly photographed in Montana’s Big Sky country by Frank Stanley, and featuring a score by Eastwood regular Dee Barton. Blu-ray Release date: February, 2014

William Powell at Warner Bros. - When William Powell signed with Warner Bros., he did more than find a new studio home for his urbane sophistication – it was there he solidified himself as a leading man. Culled from the nine 1931-34 films Powell made at Warner, these four films variously draw on the star's renowned romantic, comic and sleuthing talents. The Road to Singapore (1931): The roving eye of boozing playboy Powell settles on a blonde (Doris Kenyon) disenchanted with her neglectful husband (Louis Calhern). High Pressure (1931): Powell's roguish wit is in high gear as he plays a garrulous promoter selling investors on a scheme to make ersatz rubber. Private Detective 62 (1933): Private eye Powell falls for the socialite (Margaret Lindsay) he's supposed to frame. The Key (1934): In volatile 1920 Dublin, British officer Powell sacrifices his freedom for the woman he loves (Edna Best) and her political-captive husband (Colin Clive.) DVD Release Date: September 10th, 2013

Frankenstein: The True Story - Scripted by Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy, this is not exactly a faithful rendering of Mary Shelley's novel, although it deserves full marks for using the magnificent Arctic ending so long ignored by the cinema. Difficult to assess properly, since the feature is a boil-down from the 200-minute version shown on American TV (editor's note: the DVD versions feature the complete miniseries), although a misogynistic reading is clearly intended (with the two brides, Frankenstein's and the monster's, emerging as more treacherously villainous than either of their mates). For a while it comes on like bad Hammer, until the arrival of the monster - a handsome lad, but the process is reverting - perks things up considerably. Particularly memorable is a scene where the monster's demurely virginal Bride sings 'I Love Little Pussy, Her Coat Is So Warm', before gleefully attempting to strangle a sleepy Persian and lasciviously licking a drop of mauve blood from her scratched arm; and a glorious moment of delirium when the monster disrupts a society ball to collect his bride, ripping off her pearl choker to reveal the stitched neck, then annexing her head as his property. Whiting is a weak Frankenstein, but more than made up for by Sarrazin (the monster), Seymour (his bride), Richardson (the hermit) and Mason (first cousin to Fu Manchu as Polidori). DVD Release Date: March 10th, 2014

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

March 3rd, 2014


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

The Agony and the Ecstasy [Blu-ray] (Carol Reed, 1965) Fox (BEAVER REVIEW)

Blackout (Terrence Fisher, 1954) VCI

Boiler Room [Blu-ray] (Ben Younger, 2000) New Line Video (BEAVER REVIEW)
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 (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Grandmaster [Blu-ray] (Kar Wai Wong, 2013) Anchor Bay (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

I'll Get You (Seymour Friedman, 1952) VCI

Let It Bleed [Blu-ray Audio] (The Rolling Stones, 1969) UMC

Loan Shark (Seymour Friedman, 1952) VCI

Portland Expose (Harold D. Schuster, 1957) VCI

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

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


March 10th, 2014


Are You Gonna Go My Way [Blu-ray Audio] (Lenny Kravitz, 1993) - Polydor

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

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

Dogs [Blu-ray] (Burt Brinckerhoff, 1976) ADA Corp

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

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 (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

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

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

Out of the Furnace [Blu-ray] (Scott Cooper, 2013) 20th Century Fox

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

Thirst [Blu-ray] (Rod Hardy, 1979) Severin Films

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


March 17th, 2014


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

The Blind Woman's Curse [Blu-ray] (Teruo Ishii, 1970) RB UK Arrow

Blue Is the Warmest Color [Blu-ray] (Abdellatif Kechiche, 2013) RB UK Artificial Eye

A Brief History of Time [Blu-ray] (Errol Morris, 1991) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

Frightmare [Blu-ray] (Pete Walker, 1974) Kino Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

Frozen [Blu-ray] (Jennifer Lee, 2013) Disney

Hands Over the City [Blu-ray] (Francesco Rosi, 1963) RB UK Masters of Cinema

The Hidden Fortress [Blu-ray] (Akira Kurosawa, 1958) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

Mysterious Skin [Blu-ray] (Gregg Araki, 2004) Strand Releasing (BEAVER REVIEW)

Reasonable Doubt [Blu-ray] (Peter P. Croudins, 2014) Lions Gate

Saving Mr. Banks [Blu-ray] (John Lee Hancock , 2013) Walt Disney Studios

The Slumber Party Massacre [Blu-ray] (Amy Holden Jones, 1982) Shout! Factory

Swerve [Blu-ray] (Craig Lahiff, 2011) Cohen

A Touch of Sin [Blu-ray] (Zhangke Jia, 2013) Kino Lorber


March 24th, 2014


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

Boardwalk [Blu-ray] (Stephen Verona, 1979) MVD Visual

Celluloid Man (Shivendra Singh Dungarpur, 2012) R2 UK Second Run

The Freshman [Blu-ray] (Fred C. Newmeyer and Sam Taylor, 1925) Criterion Collection

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (40th Anniversary) [Blu-ray Audio] - Island

The Great Beauty [Blu-ray] (Paolo Sorrentino, 2013) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

The King of Comedy - 30th Anniversary [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 1982) 20th Century Fox

The Missing Picture [Blu-ray] (Rithy Panh, 2013) RB UK New Wave Films

Ms. 45 [Blu-ray] (Abel Ferrara, 1981) New Line Video

Persona [Blu-ray] (Ingmar Bergman, 1966) Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

White Dog [Blu-ray] (Samuel Fuller, 1982) RB UK Masters of Cinema

White of the Eye [Blu-ray] (Donald Cammell, 1987) RB UK Arrow

White of the Eye Steelbook [Blu-ray] (Donald Cammell, 1987) RB UK Arrow

The Wolf of Wall Street [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 2013) Paramount

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