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OF March 25th, 2013

  This Week's Highlights
Ete mesab! - Let's get right to it - 2 Criterion Blu-rays including a Japanese period-piece from the 50s considering one of the most beautiful ever filmed. We have Noir from Elia Kazan, 80's horror, another iconic John Carpenter horror, a masterful Dalton Trumbo-penned western - all on Blu-ray and many DVDs covered this week. On the Calendar; Criterion June releases with Harold Lloyd, František Vlácil, Claude Lanzmann, Ingmar Bergman, plus Quentin Tarantino, David O. Russell, Sean Penn, Mario Bava, and Gene Kelly on Blu-ray!

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Marketa Lazarová [Blu-ray] (František Vlácil, 1967) Criterion Collection

Marketa Lazarová (František Vlácil, 1967) Criterion Collection

Safety Last! [Blu-ray] (Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor, 1923) Criterion Collection

Safety Last! (Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor, 1923) Criterion Collection

Things to Come [Blu-ray] (William Cameron Menzies, 1936) Criterion Collection

Things to Come (William Cameron Menzies, 1936) Criterion Collection

Shoah [Blu-ray] (Claude Lanzmann, 1985) Criterion Collection

Shoah (Claude Lanzmann, 1985) Criterion Collection

Wild Strawberries [Blu-ray] (Ingmar Bergman, 1957) Criterion Collection

Django Unchained [Blu-ray] (Quentin Tarantino, 2012) Weinstein

Silver Linings Playbook [Blu-ray] (David O. Russell, 2012) Weinstein

In the Name of the Father [Blu-ray] (Jim Sheridan, 1993) Universal

Jack Reacher [Blu-ray] (Christopher McQuarrie, 2012) Paramount

Gangster Squad [Blu-ray] (Sean Penn, 2012) Warner Home Video

Kidnapped aka Rabid Dogs [Blu-ray] (Mario Bava, 1974) Kino Lorber

Hello Dolly! [Blu-ray] (Gene Kelly, 1969) 20th Century Fox

The Sweeney [Blu-ray] (Nick Love, 2012) Entertainment One

The Last Stand [Blu-ray] (Jee-woon Kim, 2013) Lions Gate

Broken City [Blu-ray] (Allen Hughes, 2013) 20th Century Fox

Massage Parlor Murders [Blu-ray] (Alex Stevens, 1972) Vinegar Syndrome

Jesus Christ Superstar [Blu-ray] (Norman Jewison, 1973) Universal Studios

The Great Escape [Blu-ray] (John Sturges, 1963) MGM

The Servant [Blu-ray] (Joseph Losey, 1963) RB UK Studio Canal

Ultimate Gangsters Collection Classics [Blu-ray] - White Heat, The Public Enemy, Little Caesar, .The Petrified Forest - Warner

Stoker [Blu-ray] (Chan-wook Park, 2013) 20th Century Fox

Enter the Dragon: 40th Anniversary [Blu-ray] (Robert Clouse, 1973) Warner Home Video

Blood and Sand [Blu-ray] (Rouben Mamoulian, 1941) 20th Century Fox

I Wish [Blu-ray] (Hirokazu Koreeda, 2011) RB UK Arrow

Jesus Christ Superstar [Blu-ray] (Norman Jewison, 1973) UK Universal

Hors Satan (Bruno Dumont, 2011) R2 UK New Wave Films

The Verdict [Blu-ray] (Sidney Lumet, 1982) 20th Century Fox

Scum [Blu-ray] (Alan Clarke, 1979) Kino Lorber

Of Human Bondage [Blu-ray] (John Cromwell, 1934) Kino Lorber

The Howling [Blu-ray] (Joe Dante, 1981) Shout! Factory

Clint Eastwood: 20 Film Collection [Blu-ray] - Warner

In Old Arizona [Blu-ray] (Irving Cummings, 1928) 20th Century Fox

Fear Not [Blu-ray] (Nicolo Dominick Gullo, Jameel Saleem, 2011) Kino Lorber

Stand Up Guys [Blu-ray] (Fisher Stevens, 2012) Lions Gate

Hell's House [Blu-ray] (Howard Higgin, 1932) Kino Lorber

Ultimate Gangsters Collection Contemporary [Blu-ray] - Untouchables (1987), Goodfellas (1990), Heat (1995), The Departed (2006) and The Town (2011) - Warner



ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): Criterion have matched the MoC Blu-ray of Teinosuke Kinugasa's marvelous Gate of Hell. Despite a fairly bare-bones edition - it is still a strongly recommended package of an amazingly color-infused restoration. I've always loved Lonely Are the Brave and while I'd like a more robust transfer for the iconic western - it still provided a wonderful presentation on Blu-ray. John Carpenter's Christine via Twilight Time sold out its 3000 Blu-ray copies in record time. As our comparison proves - it shows quite an advancement over the past DVDs. Panic in the Streets is a gritty noir and exports the opposite of a brittle, glossy image. The New Orleans shot Kazan Noir is compelling for vintage cinema fans. Criterion's 1080P transfer of Cronenberg's Naked Lunch shows the surreal film has never looked better on digital. Ginger & Rosa is another knockout appearance supported impressively by the Artificial Eye Blu-ray. From Beyond - loosely based on the pulp-horror fiction of H.P. Lovecraft - is filled with gore effects that Blu-ray makes the most of. As a film Futureworld doesn't improve on Blu-ray and only holds a smattering of inventiveness of the original film. Leonard returned and covered three Fox Cinema Archive DVDs favourably comparing the image of Unfaithfully Yours to the Criterion SD and supplying informative reviews of Apartment For Peggy with pretty Jeanne Crain and Coney Island - a tuneful, colorful musical. Eric covered 4 shiny discs and I am keen to see Barry Levinson's horror The Bay and I, Anna a thriller with Charlotte Rampling. 28 Hotel Rooms is described as a sexy romance and Bloodstone: Subspecies II is the a continuation of the first entry. I reviewed an interesting documentary Hitler's Children about descendants of top Nazi officials. I'm always up for an Alan Ladd western - One Foot in Hell where his twisted character exacts revenge on a small town. R+R till we talk again!


Panic in the Streets BD - In this suspenseful melodrama, a bullet-ridden corpse turns up in the water off the New Orleans docks. To the police, he's a John Doe...until a public health doctor (Richard Widmark) discovers he carries a virulent strain of bubonic plague. Hundreds of officers are mobilized to track down the killers and all who had contact with the dead man in a desperate race against the clock before the highly contagious disease spreads far beyond the port area and puts the entire country in peril. Blu-ray Release Date: March 26th, 2013

One Foot in Hell - TV producer Aaron Spelling penned this standard western set in a small town just after the American Civil War. Mitch (Alan Ladd) has tragically lost his wife during a problem in her pregnancy because he could not come up with $1.87 for the medicine she needed. A little twisted right from the beginning, he vows revenge. In the first step toward his goal, he gets the post of deputy sheriff from the repentant townspeople. In the second step, he murders the sheriff and then recruits a gang of disreputable toughs to steal $100,000 and bankrupt the town. In the last and fatal part of his plan for vengeance, he turns on his own gang of thieves. DVD Release Date: August 7th, 2012

Apartment For Peggy - Jason (William Holden) is a World War II veteran going to college on the GI Bill in the hope of bettering himself. He has recently married his sweetheart, Peggy (Jeanne Crain), who has learned that they're having a baby. However, money is tight for the young couple, and inexpensive housing is at a premium in the post-war boom times. Peggy meets Professor Henry Barnes (Edmund Gwenn), an instructor at the college who lives alone in a huge house. Barnes is convinced that the best years of his life are over, that he has no purpose in life, and that our culture has sacrificed its highest ideals. But Peggy convinces Prof. Barnes to let her and Jason stay in his attic. As the newlyweds try to turn the cobwebbed space into a home, the professor gets to know his tenants better, and their enthusiastic optimism rubs off on him, giving him a sense that there are things left to be accomplished and reasons to go on. Apartment for Peggy reunited director George Seaton with actor Edmund Gwenn, who had clicked the previous year in the classic Miracle on 34th Street. DVD Release Date: March 1st, 2013

Hitler's Children - Adolf Hitler did not have children, but what of the families of Hermann Göring, Heinrich Himmler and Hans Frank, to name a few? What is it like for the descendants of these top Nazi officials to deal with the legacy left behind by their notorious families? HITLER'S CHILDREN introduces us to the children, grandchildren and nieces and nephews of these infamous men. Among them Niklas Frank, son of Hans Frank and godson of Hitler, who despises his father's past so much that he has spent his entire adult life researching and writing negatively about him, often touring around Germany to lecture against his father and the Nazi regime. DVD Release Date: April 2nd, 2013

Coney Island - A delightful, spectacularly costumed, if predictable musical featuring the legs and talents of Betty Grable as a brassy singer in a lower class Coney Island saloon. The owner of said saloon and interested party in Miss Grable’s love life is Cesar Romero. George Montgomery, desperately trying to channel Clark Gable, is Romero’s longtime friend and fellow con man, newly arrived in town to settle an unending score with Romero. Naturally, he can’t take his eyes off Grable; the fact that she is also Romero’s love interest only makes her more tempting. There are lots of songs, mostly on stage, except for the bellowings of the ever-tipsy Charles Winninger; also wonderful costumes, lots of color and a beauty mark poorly placed on Grable that disappears (thankfully) in the movie’s second act. DVD Release Date: March 1st, 2013

I, Anna - The lives of a beautiful divorcee (Charlotte Rampling) and a troubled detective (Gabriel Byrne) intersect during the investigation of a vicious murder on the grimy, rain-soaked streets of London, sparkling a tangled web of passion, intrigue and deceit. Featuring impressive performances from the award-winning cast and whip-smart dialogue, I, ANNA is a stunning neo-noir from one of Britain's greatest up-and-coming talents. DVD Release Date: April 8th, 2013

The Bay - Chesapeake Bay is a seaside town that relies on water and the dockside tourism it brings to the community. When two biological researchers find a staggering level of toxicity in the water they attempt to alert the mayor before the situation gets out of control. However, the mayor refuses to raise the alarm in fear of creating a panic among the citizens of the docile town. As a result, a deadly plague is unleashed, turning the people of Chesapeake Bay into hosts for a mutant breed of parasites. Taking control of their minds, and eventually their bodies, the parasites soon cause the town to descend in absolute terror as they quickly realise the harrowing reality they are faced with. DVD Release Date: March 18th, 2013

Naked Lunch BD - “Exterminate all rational thought.” Naked Lunch, William S. Burroughs’ hallucinatory, “unfilmable” novel is finally realized on-screen by director David Cronenberg. Part-time exterminator and full-time drug addict Bill Lee (Peter Weller) plunges into the nightmarish netherworld of the Interzone, pursuing a mysterious project that leads him to confront sinister cabals and giant talking bugs. The fruit of an unholy union between two masters of the hilarious and the macabre, Naked Lunch mingles aspects of Burroughs’ novel with incidents from his own life, resulting in a compendium of paranoid fantasies and a searching investigation into the mysteries of the writing process. Blu-ray Release Date: April 8th, 2013

Lonely Are the Brave BD - Dalton Trumbo wrote this elegy to the western. Kirk Douglas gives one of his finest performances as an out-of-place cowboy in the modern west--almost like a time traveller. The theme of the film is eloquently set up by the opening of the film in which we see Douglas reclining beneath a clear and spacious western sky. The peace and quiet is suddenly disrupted by the sound of a jet plane passing overhead. This brings a wry smile to the old cowboy's face. He rides his horse into Albuquerque to visit friends Kane and Rowlands. Rowlands tells him that her husband has been jailed for helping Mexicans enter the US illegally. Douglas starts a brawl in a saloon to get put into jail; there Douglas offers his friend Kane help in breaking out, but Kane tells Douglas that he wants to serve his brief time, intends to play out his hand with the law, and refuses to become a fugitive. Douglas is hurt but undaunted. He breaks out himself and heads for the hills, pursued by the compassionate technocratic sheriff Matthau and a posse. Blu-ray Release Date: March, 15th, 2013

Gate of Hell BD - One of the key works of the early 1950s wave of Japanese films to first reach foreign markets, director Kinugasa’s sumptuous period drama astonished audiences with its dramatic force and spectacular colour cinematography. During feudal unrest in the 12th century, samurai warrior Moritô (Kazuo Hasegawa) manages to thwart a palace rebellion and save the life of the empress, using loyal subject Lady Kesa (Machiko Kyô) as a decoy. When Moritô is offered anything he should desire as reward, he requests Kesa’s hand in marriage. Informed that she is already married to a fellow samurai (Isao Yamagata), he refuses to withdraw his request, setting in motion a tragic chain of events. Criterion Blu-ray Release date: April 9th, 2013

Christine BD - She was born in Detroit on an automobile assembly line. But she is no ordinary automobile. Deep within her chassis lives an unholy presence. She is a red and white 1958 Plymouth Fury named CHRISTINE, whose unique standard equipment includes an evil, indestructible vengeance that will destroy anyone in her way. She seduces 17-year-old Arnie Cunningham (Keith Gordon) who becomes consumed with passion for her sleek rounded chrome-laden body. She demands his complete and unquestioned devotion and when outsiders seek to interfere, they become the victims of Christine's horrifying wrath. John Carpenter brings Stephen King's best selling novel to life in this chilling thriller. Blu-ray Release Date: March, 2013

Futureworld BD - Do you remember that disaster at Delos a few years ago when the Westworld robots went out of control and killed a few guests? Well, the entire resort has now been rebuilt and redesigned to be completely fail-safe. To combat the lingering adverse publicity, Duffy, the Delos representative, has offered the IMC Communication Network exclusive rights to the new Delos story. Tracy Ballard (Blythe Danner), the network’s top commentator, has been assigned the story with Chuck Browning (Peter Fonda), the newspaper reporter who broke the original Westworld disaster story. But as Tracy and Chuck’s private tour starts, they get the feeling the entire resort might not be as safe as Delos thinks... Shout! Factory Blu-ray Release date: March 26th, 2013

Ginger & Rosa BD - Sally Potter's latest film is an evocative and beautifully shot portrait of post-war Britain, as seen through the eyes of Elle Fanning's impressionable young teenager. She plays Ginger, who finds herself increasingly estranged from her mother (Christina Hendricks) and drawn further into the world of her pacifist and anti-nuclear activist father (Alessandro Nivola). However, her friendship with the fiery Rosa (Alice Englert) is severely tested by his unconventional lifestyle and their relationship threatens to explode like the bomb that threatens them all... The result is a passionate, moving and intelligent examination of political and personal responsibility, portrayed in exquisite detail by some of the greatest acting and directing talents. Blu-ray Release date: February 11th, 2013

Unfaithfully Yours - In this pitch-black comedy from legendary writer-director Preston Sturges, Rex Harrison stars as Sir Alfred De Carter, a world-famous symphony conductor consumed with the suspicion that his wife is having an affair. During a concert, the jealous De Carter entertains elaborate visions of vengeance, set to three separate orchestral works. But when he attempts to put his murderous fantasies into action, nothing works out quite as planned. A brilliantly performed mixture of razor-sharp dialogue and uproarious slapstick, Unfaithfully Yours is a true classic from a grand master of screen comedy. Fox Cinema Archive DVD Release Date: March 1st, 2013

From Beyond BD - The Resonator, a powerful machine that can control the sixth sense, has killed its creator and sent his associate into an insane asylum. But when a beautiful psychiatrist becomes determined to continue the experiment, she unwittingly opens the door to a hostile parallel universe... and to the deviant behavior within the human psyche. With its victims becoming creatures who feed on (and become aroused by) human brains, the Resonator is the ultimate man-made monster. And now something’s gone horribly wrong and no one can turn it off! Blu-ray Release date: March 26th, 2013

Bloodstone: Subspecies II - The centuries-old conflict that has plagued the villages of Transylvania explodes into bloodshed. The mad vampire Radu (ANDERS HOVE) becomes obsessed with Michelle (DENICE DUFF), who loves his half-mortal brother Stefan. In his quest to possess Michelle and the sacred relic, the Bloodstone, Radu destroys Stefan as he sleeps. Michelle steals the Bloodstone and escapes from Radu s castle. She finds a lair beneath a theatre in Bucharest and stalks the streets in torment, torn between her fading humanity and her growing thirst for blood. Radu, desperate to regain the Bloodstone, seeks help from his monstrous mother, the ageless sorceress Mummy, who demands the he destroy Michelle before she destroys him... DVD Release Date: March 18th, 2013

28 Hotel Rooms - In this sexy, surprising romance, a man and a woman meet each other in a hotel while they are both traveling on business. Flirtation leads to a feverish night of sex that both find hard to forget. Although she s married, and he has a girlfriend, their intense attraction turns a seemingly casual one-night stand into a continual series of passionate hotel trysts, uniting them in a profound and unconventional relationship. Unfolding as a collage of moments some sexy, some innocent, some profound, some silly 28 HOTEL ROOMS is an intimate portrait of an affair in which two people wrestle with the intoxication of sex and the confusion of loving more than one person. DVD Release Date: February 12th, 2013

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

March 25th, 2012


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

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

Deadly Blessing [Blu-ray] (Wes Craven, 1981) RB UK Arrow Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

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 (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

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

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

The Inside (Eoin Macken, 2010) R2 UK Monster Pictures (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

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

Lincoln [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 2012) Dreamworks (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

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 (BEAVER REVIEW)


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

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


April 1st, 2013


The Baytown Outlaws [Blu-ray] (Barry Battles, 2012) Peace Arch

Hello Dolly! [Blu-ray] (Gene Kelly, 1969) 20th Century Fox

Hemingway & Gellhorn [Blu-ray] (Philip Kaufman, 2012) HBO Studios

Hitler's Children (Chanoch Zeevi , 2011) Film Movement (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Name of the Game is Kill (Gunnar Hellstrom, 1968) VCI

The Sweeney [Blu-ray] (Nick Love, 2012) Entertainment One



April 8th, 2013


Accident [Blu-ray] (Joseph Losey, 1967) RB UK Studio Canal

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

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

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

The Dick Van Dyke Show: Season 1 [Blu-ray] - Image Entertainment

Gate of Hell [Blu-ray] (Teinosuke Kinugasa, 1953) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Gate of Hell (Teinosuke Kinugasa, 1953) Criterion

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - Limited Edition Steelbook (Exclusive to [Blu-ray + UV Copy] (Peter Jackson, 2012) [Region Free] UK Warner

Hyde Park on Hudson [Blu-ray] (Roger Michell, 2012) Universal

In Another Country (Sang-soo Hong, 2012) Lorber Films

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

Love Crime [Blu-ray] (Alain Corneau, 2010) RB UK Arrow

Massage Parlor Murders [Blu-ray] (Alex Stevens, 1972) Vinegar Syndrome

Naked Lunch [Blu-ray] (David Cronenberg, 1991) Criterion

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

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

The Servant [Blu-ray] (Joseph Losey, 1963) RB UK Studio Canal

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



April 15th, 2013


A Monster in Paris [Blu-ray] (Bibo Bergeron, 2011) Shout! Factory

Captured [Blu-ray] (John Krish, 1959) RB UK BFI

Django Unchained [Blu-ray] (Quentin Tarantino, 2012) Weinstein

Eclipse Series 38: Masaki Kobayashi Against the System (The Thick-Walled Room, I Will Buy You, Black River and The Inheritance) Criterion

Jacob: Unrated Director's Cut [Blu-ray] (Larry Wade Carrell, 2011) Kino Lorber

Jackie Chan: Police Story / Police Story [Blu-ray] - Shout! Factory

Repo Man [Blu-ray] (Alex Cox, 1984) Criterion

Repo Man (Alex Cox, 1984) Criterion

Vulgaria [Blu-ray] (Ho-Cheung Pang, 2012) RB UK Third Window Films

You're Human Like the Rest of Them [Blu-ray] (B.S. Johnson, 1967) RB UK BFI

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