Newsletter - FOR THE WEEK

OF March 4th, 2013

  This Week's Highlights
Se ataan! - Wow - Bresson, Malick, Bunuel, Bresson, Renoir, Polanksi, Ang Lee all on Blu-ray this week. Three upcoming Criterions reviewed. On the Calendar; more Olive Films releases with Fritz Lang, Hal Hartley and Joseph Kane on Blu-ray We continue with our CONTEST of the week with the prize of a Brand New Criterion Blu-ray of Ministry of Fear. Plus the FEATURE Blu-ray and DVD chosen for MARCH!

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The Enforcer [Blu-ray] (Bretaigne Windust, 1951) Olive Films

Cloak and Dagger [Blu-ray] (Fritz Lang, 1946) Olive Films

Meanwhile [Blu-ray] (Hal Hartley, 2011) Olive Films

Flirt [Blu-ray] (Hal Hartley, 1995) Olive Films

Hoodlum Empire [Blu-ray] (Joseph Kane, 1952) Olive Films

The Lonely Trail [Blu-ray] (Joseph Kane, 1936) Olive Films

Lonely Are the Brave [Blu-ray] (David Miller, 1962) RB DE Koch Media

Billy Liar - 50th Anniversary Edition [Blu-ray] (John Schlesinger, 1963) RB UK Studiocanal

In The Name Of The Father [Blu-ray] (Jim Sheridan, 1993) [Region Free] UK Universal

Scanners (Limited Edition Steelbook) [Blu-ray] (David Cronenberg, 1981) RB UK Second Sight

The Sand Pebbles [Blu-ray] (Robert Wise, 1966) RB UK 20th Century Fox

3:10 to Yuma [Blu-ray] (Delmer Daves, 1957) Criterion Collection

3:10 to Yuma (Delmer Daves, 1957) Criterion Collection

Jubal [Blu-ray] (Delmer Daves, 1956) Criterion Collection

Jubal (Delmer Daves, 1956) Criterion Collection

Medium Cool [Blu-ray] (Haskell Wexler, 1969) Criterion Collection

Medium Cool (Haskell Wexler, 1969) Criterion Collection

Life Is Sweet [Blu-ray] (Mike Leigh, 1990) Criterion Collection

Life Is Sweet (Mike Leigh, 1990) Criterion Collection

Band of Outsiders [Blu-ray] (Jean-Luc Godard, 1964) Criterion Collection

Champion [Blu-ray] (Mark Robson, 1949) Olive Films

The City That Never Sleeps [Blu-ray] (John H. Auer, 1953) Olive Films

The Red Pony [Blu-ray] (Lewis Milestone, 1949) Olive Films

The Fighting Seabees [Blu-ray] (Edward Ludwig, 1944) Olive Films

Wake of the Red Witch [Blu-ray] (Edward Ludwig, 1948) Olive Films

Copacabana [Blu-ray] (Alfred E. Green, 1947) Olive Films

War of the Wildcats [Blu-ray] (Albert S. Rogell, 1943) Olive Films

The Great Spy Chase [Blu-ray] (Georges Lautner, 1964) Olive Films

Sante Fe Stampede [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1938) Olive Films

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

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

Stromboli [Blu-ray] (Roberto Rossellini, 1950) RB UK BFI

Alfred Hitchcock: The Classic Collection [Blu-ray] (Notorious, Rebecca, Spellbound) MGM (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)   (BEAVER REVIEW)

Life of Pi [Blu-ray] (Ang Lee, 2012) Fox



ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): Somewhat selfishly, Robert Bresson's A Man Escaped via Criterion Blu-ray gets my top spot this week. It has always been a favorite film. Like my second pick, Criterion's 1080P rendition of Terrence Malick's Badlands, both are filled with insightful supplements. It is hard to deny the sheer visual spectacle of Ang Lee's Life of Pi - a stunning Blu-ray image of a marvellously entertaining film - an essential for any Home theatre library. Roman Polanski's adaptation of Tess is beautiful -such a rich period piece magnificently realized by the Blu-ray transfer. Bunuel's Tristana is lacking the vital French audio but the Cohen Media Blu-ray has other benefits that devotees of the director may be able to embrace. Chaplin's Monsieur Verdoux has subtleties that gain prominence with successive viewings. The Criterion package offers so much even beyond the vastly improved 1080P presentation. Jean Renoir's Diary of a Chambermaid looks a little worn but I am confident this is Olive Blu-ray is the best we will get until a thorough restoration is under way. Natural Selection may not be everyone's cup of tea but I liked the quirky character performances in this award-winning Indie effort. The Red Menace is a historical artefact and I thoroughly enjoyed the weak propaganda effort on Blu-ray. On DVD Gregory covered TCM's Carole Lombard in the Thirties collection with 3 of the stars films in one set. Eric reviewed the sexy looking Madrid, 1987 as well as the French gay crime film Our Paradise. Plus he had time for two schlocky genre efforts; the salaciously titled Beach Babes From Beyond and another low-budget popcorn flic from the wrong side of the tracks; Mandroid. I hope we all have a fun-filled week!


Carole Lombard in the Thirties - Although her film career began in the silent era with bit parts in features and comedy shorts by Mack Sennett, Carole Lombard didn’t become a major star until 1934 when she played the female lead in Twentieth Century, one of the most popular screwball comedies of that era. Prior to that, she was mostly cast in contemporary romances or dramatic roles which showcased her elegant beauty and, at the same time, displayed her accessible, unpretentious nature. The three films in this collection offer a fascinating look at a pre-stardom Lombard at Columbia Pictures before she became known as a dazzlingly beautiful and sexy comedienne. The set contains No More Orchids (1932), Brief Moment (1933) and Lady by Choice (1934). DVD Release Date: January 21st, 2013

Madrid, 1987 - On a hot summer day in a vacant Madrid during a period of social and political transition in Spain, Miguel (José Sacristán), a feared and respected journalist, sets up a meeting with Ángela (María Valverde), a young journalism student, in a friend s studio. His intentions are clearly sexual; hers are less clear. Chance events force them together for more time than they would have chosen: locked in a bathroom, naked, without the possibility of escape. Removed from the outside world, the pair, who represent polarized generations, are pitted in an uneven duel involving age, intellect, ambition and experience. The political and social context of the period provides the background to the power shifts that continually take place between them over twenty-four hours. DVD Release Date: February 26th, 2013

Mandroid - Early 1990s sci-fi action horror. With the use of a unique formula, Dr Karl Zimmer (Robert Symonds) invents a mandroid - an android capable of mass destruction that can be controlled by a human in a special suit. While Zimmer allows for the CIA to inspect the robot for potential use, his partner Drago (Curt Lowens) hatches a plot to steal the invention to sell it to the army. In the process, Drago is exposed to the toxic formula and becomes disfigured but he is determined to see his plan through no matter what the cost. DVD Release Date: February 11th, 2013

Our Paradise - Vassili, an aging pickpocket and prostitute, finds a young, unconscious man in a notorious Parisian cruising ground and takes him home to nurse his wounds. The two men discover a burning connection and become lovers and accomplices. They work together as prostitutes and take up the habit of fleecing their clients one by one. But, little by little, the net tightens around them as Vassili s violent past comes back to haunt him. After being threatened with reprisals, the couple must abruptly flee Paris in hope of finding a place where they can be happy and content forever. But can they truly escape their inner demons? DVD Release Date: February 19th, 2013

Monsieur Verdoux BD - Charlie Chaplin plays shockingly against type in his most controversial film, a brilliant and bleak black comedy about money, marriage, and murder. Chaplin is a twentieth-century bluebeard, an enigmatic family man who goes to extreme lengths to support his wife and child, attempting to bump off a series of wealthy widows (including one played by the indefatigable Martha Raye, in a hilarious performance). This deeply philosophical and wildly entertaining film is a work of true sophistication, both for the moral questions it dares to ask and for the way it deconstructs its megastar’s lovable on-screen persona. Blu-ray Release date: March 26th, 2012

Diary of a Chambermaid BD - Legendary director Jean Renoir's film version of Octave Mirbeau's novel, Diary of a Chambermaid was adapted for the screen by Burgess Meredith. Paulette Goddard (Modern Times) plays the title character, a sexy and saucy servant named Celestine, whose forthrightness has a curious effect on a wealthy Parisian household. Determined to elevate her lot in life, Celestine uses her unsubtle charms to beguile the master of the household. Burgess Meredith (Rocky) delivers an astonishing performance as Captain Mauger, the bizarre and shell-shocked neighbor and Judith Anderson (Rebecca) is equally great as the mistress of the household. Luis Bunuel remade Diary of a Chambermaid in 1964 with Jeanne Moreau in the lead. Blu-ray Release date: February 26th, 2013

Beach Babes From Beyond - When three sexy female aliens crashland in modern-day California, they garner the attentions of various local men who are eager for a close encounter or two. Starring Burt Ward (Robin from the Sixties 'Batman' series) and Joe Estevez. DVD Release Date: February 11th, 2013

Badlands BD - Badlands announced the arrival of a major talent: Terrence Malick (Days of Heaven). His impressionistic take on the notorious Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate killing spree of the late 1950s uses a serial-killer narrative as a springboard for an oblique teenage romance, lovingly and idiosyncratically enacted by Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now) and Sissy Spacek (Carrie). The film also introduced many of the elements that would earn Malick his passionate following: the enigmatic approach to narrative and character, the unusual use of voice-over, the juxtaposition of human violence with natural beauty, the poetic investigation of American dreams and nightmares. This debut has spawned countless imitations, but none have equaled its strange sublimity. Blu-ray Release Date: March 19th, 2013

A Man Escaped BD - With the simplest of concepts and sparest of techniques, Robert Bresson (Au hasard Balthazar) made one of the most suspenseful jailbreak films of all time in A Man Escaped. Based on the memoirs of an imprisoned French resistance leader, this unbelievably taut and methodical marvel follows the fictional Fontaine’s single-minded pursuit of freedom, detailing the planning and carrying out of his escape with gripping precision. But Bresson’s film is not merely process-minded—it’s a work of intense spirituality and humanity. Blu-ray Release Date: March 26th, 2013

Life of Pi BD - Every once in a long while, the right director comes across the right project at just the right moment, and things so often discordant fall into perfect harmony. The director has mastered the shiny technology the story needs – without that mastery, the book could never make the transition from page to screen. Just as important, the story offers the director the deeper themes he craves – without such depth, the film could never make its own leap from entertainment to art. When this happens, this rare confluence, the cinematic bar seems to wiggle free from its fixed notch. And the bar gets raised, along with our spirits, because we’re reminded of how joyous movie-watching can be, the sheer and transporting wonder. So it is with Ang Lee and Life of Pi. Blu-ray Release date: March 12th, 2013

The Red Menace BD - Taken seriously by only a few, THE RED MENACE still caused a sensation with its anti-Communist propaganda. When a disgruntled ex-soldier (Robert Rockwell) gets no help from the Veteran's Bureau, he is ripe for the influences of Communists who lead him down the party line. But he soon meets up with disillusioned party members who attempt to break out. "Are you now, or have you ever been?" Fear of Communism, ultimately brought to a peak by the McCarthy Hearings, swept post-war America. Blu-ray Release date: February 26th, 2013

Tristana BD - Tristana, acknowledged as Buñuel's 'most Spanish' work, was inspired by a novel of the same name by one of Spain's greatest nineteenth-century writers, Benito Pérez Galdós. Buñuel had wanted to adapt it for the screen for many years. Although he claimed that neither his film nor Galdós's novel dealt with women's liberation, both are profound meditations on freedom, control and power. In 1930s Toledo, newly orphaned beauty Tristana (Catherine Deneuve) is left in the care of ageing atheist and fallen aristocrat Don Lope (Fernando Rey). The dutiful and innocent girl is seduced by Lope and she duly becomes his mistress. However, when she meets a young painter, the handsome but uninspiring Horacio (Franco Nero), power changes hands and Tristana becomes increasingly embittered when fate plays a nasty trick on her. She falls seriously ill and returns to Don Lope, resuming her tormented relationship with him but finally taking revenge on the man who destroyed her innocence. Blu-ray Release Date: March 12th, 2013

Natural Selection BD - A woman eager to grant what could be her husband's last wish ends up on a road trip with an ill-mannered criminal in this comedy from writer and director Robbie Pickering. Linda White (Rachael Harris) has been married for more than 20 years to Abe (John Diehl), a Christian so devout that he refuses to have sex with his wife; when the couple had trouble conceiving early in their marriage, a doctor discovered that Linda was infertile, and believing that sex without producing offspring is a sin, Abe insisted their union be celibate. Linda, an obedient spouse and devout Christian, has obeyed Abe's edict, but when he suffers a stroke likely to claim his life, Linda makes a surprising discovery -- Abe has been making frequent deposits at a sperm bank, and wants to meet one of the children he's sired before he dies. Linda is able to track down one of the products of Abe's seed, but Raymond (Matt O'Leary) is hardly the sort of son most folks wish for -- he's a mean-spirited prison escapee with a taste for drugs who agrees to travel from Florida to Texas with her only to avoid the cops who are on his trail. Blu-ray Release date: November 13th, 2012

Tess BD - In Roman Polanski's adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Nastassja Kinski plays Tess, a poor British peasant girl sent to live with her distant and wealthy relatives, the D'Urbervilles. Though Tess' father had hoped that the girl would be permitted a portion of the D'Urberville riches, he is in for a major disappointment: Tess' new housemates are not D'Urbervilles at all, but a social-climbing family that has bought the name. Tess won three Oscars, including a "Best Cinematography" statuette for the late Geoffrey Unsworth and his successor Ghislain Cloquet. The film also served to catapult Nastassja Kinski to stardom. Blu-ray Release date: March 18th, 2012

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

March 4th, 2012


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

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

The Great Spy Chase [Blu-ray] (Georges Lautner, 1964) Olive Films

The Intouchables [Blu-ray] (Olivier Nakache, 2012) Sony Pictures (BEAVER REVIEW)

Jiro Dreams of Sushi (David Gelb, 2011) R2 UK Soda Pictures

Phantasm II [Blu-ray] (Don Coscarelli, 1988) Shout! Factory

Schindler's List [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 1993) Universal (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

Westworld [Blu-ray] (Michael Crichton, 1973) Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

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



March 11th, 2013


Alfred Hitchcock: The Classic Collection [Blu-ray] (Notorious, Rebecca, Spellbound) MGM (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)   (BEAVER REVIEW) 

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

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

Casablanca (Michael Curtiz) / (John Huston) African Queen [Blu-ray] Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

Clash Of The Titans 2010/1981 [Blu-ray] Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Devil's in the Details [Blu-ray] (Waymon Boone, 2012) Image Entertainment

Dirty Dozen, The / Green Berets, The [Blu-ray] - Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

Disclosure (Barry Levinson) / Fatal Attraction (Adrian Lyne) [Blu-ray] Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

Fairy in a Cage [Blu-ray] (Kôyû Ohara, 1977) Impulse Pictures

Hysteria [Blu-ray] (Rene Daalder, 1997) Cult Epics

Life of Pi [Blu-ray] (Ang Lee, 2012) Fox (BEAVER REVIEW) 

Lonely Are the Brave [Blu-ray] (David Miller, 1962) RB DE Koch Media

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

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

Ministry of Fear (Fritz Lang, 1944) Criterion Collection

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

Ripper Street [Blu-ray] (Matthew Macfadyen, 2012) BBC Warner

Saturday Night Fever (1977) / Grease (1978) [Blu-ray] - Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

Small Town Murder Songs (Ed Gass-Donnelly, 2010) R2 UK Soda Pictures

Spiders (3D/2D Blu-ray) (Tibor Takács, 2012) Millennium

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

Tristana [Blu-ray] (Luis Buñuel, 1970) Cohen Media (BEAVER REVIEW)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit [Blu-ray] (Robert Zemeckis, 1988) Touchstone

Zulu Dawn [Blu-ray] (Douglas Hickox, 1979) Severin Films



March 18th, 2013


Amour [Blu-ray] (Michael Haneke, 2012) RB UK Artificial Eye

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

Badlands (Terrence Malick, 1973) Criterion Collection

The Big Picture [Blu-ray] (Eric Lartigau, 2010) MPI

Cria Cuervos [Blu-ray] (Carlos Saura, 1976) RB UK BFI

Dracula [Blu-ray] (Terence Fisher, 1958) RB UK LionsGate

Fatherland (Ken Loach, 1986) R2 UK Park Circus

Gorgo [Blu-ray] (Eugene Lourie, 1961) VCI

Grave of the Vampire (John Hayes, 1972) Bayview

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

Looks and Smiles (Ken Loach, 1981) R2 UK Park Circus

The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1942) R2 UK Masters of Cinema

The Murderer Lives at Number 21 [Blu-ray] (Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1942) RB UK Masters of Cinema

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

On Approval [Blu-ray] (Clive Brook, 1944) Inception Media Group

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

Porky's [Blu-ray] (Bob Clark, 1982) Fox Home Entertainment

Tess [Blu-ray] (Roman Polanski, 1979) RB UK BFI (BEAVER REVIEW)

Zeta One (aka The Love Factor): Remastered Edition [Blu-ray] (Michael Cort, 1969) Redemption


March 25th, 2012


The Atomic Kid [Blu-ray] (Leslie H. Martinson, 1954) Olive Films

Le Beau Serge (Claude Chabrol, 1958) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Le Beau Serge [Blu-ray] (Claude Chabrol, 1958) RB UK Masters of Cinema

China Gate [Blu-ray] (Samuel Fuller, 1957) Olive Films

Les Cousins (Claude Chabrol, 1959) R2 UK Masters of Cinema
Les Cousins [
Blu-ray] (Claude Chabrol, 1959) RB UK Masters of Cinema

The Devil and Miss Jones [Blu-ray] (Sam Wood, 1941) Olive Films

Everyday (Michael Winterbottom, 2012) R2 UK Soda Pictures

From Beyond [Blu-ray] (Stuart Gordon, 1986) Shout! Factory

Futureworld [Blu-ray] (Richard T. Heffron, 1976) Shout! Factory

Hell's Half Acre [Blu-ray] (John H. Auer, 1954) Olive Films

The Hunt [Blu-ray] (Thomas Vinterberg, 2012) RB UK Arrow

Ironweed [Blu-ray] (Hector Babenco, 1987) Olive Films

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

Jurassic Park (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet) (Steven Spielberg, 1993) Universal (BEAVER REVIEW)

Killing Them Softly [Blu-ray] (Andrew Dominik, 2012) Anchor Bay

Late Bloomers [Blu-ray] (Julie Gavras, 2011) Olive Films

The Lawless Nineties [Blu-ray] (Joseph Kane, 1936) Olive Films

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

Living Apart Together (Charles Gormley, 1982) R2 UK Park Circus

A Man Betrayed [Blu-ray] (John H. Auer, 1941) Olive Films

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

A Man Escaped (Robert Bresson, 1956) Criterion Collection

Marvin's Room [Blu-ray] (Jerry Zaks, 1996) Miramax

McLintock! [Blu-ray] (Andrew V. McLaglen, 1963) Olive Films

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

Monsieur Verdoux (Charles Chaplin, 1947) Criterion Collection

Panic in the Streets [Blu-ray] (Elia Kazan, 1950) Fox


The Revisionaries (Scott Thurman, 2012) Kino Lorber

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

Ruthless [Blu-ray] (Edgar G. Ulmer, 1948) Olive Films

Ship of Fools / Lilith (Double Feature) [Blu-ray] (Stanley Kramer, 1965) Mill Creek

Sightseers [Blu-ray] (Ben Wheatley, 2012) RB UK Studiocanal

The Sun Shines Bright [Blu-ray] (John Ford, 1953) Olive Films

Westward Ho [Blu-ray] (Robert N. Bradbury, 1935) Olive Films

Womb [Blu-ray] (Benedek Fliegauf, 2010) Olive Films

Wyoming Outlaw [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1939) Olive Films

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