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OF March 26th, 2012

  This Week's Highlights
Iorana korua! - Get a load of this week's ridiculously stacked Blu-ray review line-up: Jean Renoir, Pier Paolo Pasolini, David Lean, Roman Polanski, Michael Curtiz, Alfred Hitchcock, Vittorio De Sica, Elia Kazan and added to our upcoming calendar include films to Blu-ray by Charles Chaplin, Danny Boyle, Steven Soderbergh, Alfred Hitchcock, Martin Scorsese, Ken Russell, J. Lee Thompson, Douglas Trumbull and others. We also have our CONTEST clip with a brand new Criterion Blu-ray prize!

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The Gold Rush (Charles Chaplin, 1925) Criterion Collection
The Gold Rush [
Blu-ray] (Charles Chaplin, 1925) Criterion Collection

Shallow Grave (Danny Boyle, 1994) Criterion Collection
Shallow Grave [
Blu-ray] (Danny Boyle, 1994) Criterion Collection

And Everything Is Going Fine (Steven Soderbergh, 2010) Criterion Collection
And Everything Is Going Fine [
Blu-ray] (Steven Soderbergh, 2010) Criterion Collection

Gray's Anatomy (Steven Soderbergh, 1996) Criterion Collection
Gray's Anatomy [
Blu-ray] (Steven Soderbergh, 1996) Criterion Collection

The 39 Steps (Alfred Hitchcock, 1935) Criterion Collection
The 39 Steps [
Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock, 1935) Criterion Collection

The Samurai Trilogy (Musashi Miyamoto, Duel at Ichijoji Temple, Duel at Ganryu Island) Criterion Collection
The Samurai Trilogy [
Blu-ray] (Musashi Miyamoto, Duel at Ichijoji Temple, Duel at Ganryu Island) Criterion Collection

Mean Streets [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 1973) Warner

Altered States [Blu-ray] (Ken Russell, 1980) TBA

Chariots of Fire (30th Anniversary Limited Edition) [Blu-ray] (Hugh Hudson, 1981) RB UK 20th Century Fox

Flame Over India [Blu-ray] aka: The North West Frontier (J. Lee Thompson, 1959) VCI

Brainstorm [Blu-ray] (Douglas Trumbull, 1983) TBA

The Sting [Blu-ray] (George Roy Hill, 1973) Universal

The Nine Muses (John Akomfrah, 2010) R2 UK New Wave Films

The Chessplayer (Yves Hanchar, 1994) R2 UK Bluebell Films

Hadewijch (Bruno Dumont, 2009) R2 UK New Wave Films

The Golden Fleece (Alf Brustellin, 1972) R2 UK Bluebell Films

Cardillac (Edgar Reitz, 1969) R2 UK Bluebell Films

The Tailor from Ulm (Edgar Reitz, 1979) R2 UK Bluebell Films

Lust for Love (Edgar Reitz, 1967) R2 UK Bluebell Films

Adventures of the Scarlet Pimpernel - The Complete 1955 Series - R2 UK Network

The South Bank Show: Volume 1 (Ken Russell) - R2 UK Network

Insomnia [Blu-ray] (Christopher Nolan, 2002) Warner

Under the Tuscan Sun [Blu-ray] (Audrey Wells, 2003) Touchstone / Disney

Empire of the Sun [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 1987) Warner

Run for Cover [Blu-ray] (Nicholas Ray, 1955) Olive Films

Too Late Blues [Blu-ray] (John Cassavetes, 1961) Olive Films

Le quai des brumes [Blu-ray] (Marcel Carné, 1938) RB UK Optimum

Keyhole (Guy Maddin, 2011) Monterey Video

Passport to Pimlico [Blu-ray] (Henry Cornelius, 1949) RB UK Studio Canal

The Lawless (Joseph Losey, 1950) Olive Films

Denver & Rio Grande [Blu-ray] (Byron Haskin, 1952) Olive Films

Silver City [Blu-ray] (Byron Haskin, 1951) Olive Films


ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): An unbelievably strong week. I don't know where to start. The top three disc this week were Masters of Cinema's Blu-ray of the Hitchcock masterpiece Lifeboat. Incredible. I'm in the very positive camp for the new 70th Anniversary Blu-ray of Casablanca. A more film-like image and lossless audio make it mandatory. Polanski's neo-noir Chinatown takes a massive leap in the new format - another essential recommendation. I am remiss in not adding In Which We Serve to the 'premium' list - a fabulous David Lean film boosting Criterion's already valuable restorations in the David Lean Directs Noel Coward set. Pasolini's Accattone via MoC is another worthy purchase from one of the best producers out there. Imperfect transfers but classic cinema are manifest in two Blu-rays this week - Arrow's package of De Sica's Miracle in Milan accentuates the presentation's warmth and humanity while Warner's 1080P of Elia Kazan's A Streetcar Named Desire adds layers to the film with the HD especially notable in Alex North's memorable score. Jean Renoir’s entrancing first color feature The River based on the novel by Rumer Godden - get the bump to Blu-ray from Carlotta our friends in France - and the Technicolor substantially benefits. This Happy Breed is the capper to the Criterion Lean/Coward 4-pack and it's another masterful gem that deserves appreciation. I seemed to be in the minority enjoying Andrea Arnold's Wuthering Heights - the 4:3 Blu-ray image is intoxicating. The Yellow Sea is a typically gruesome modern Asian thriller - those keen on the genre may wish to indulge. On the DVD front I continue to find appealing attributes to The Portuguese Nun - although its art-heavy bent will not make it everyone's cup of tea. I saw some positives with the 1980 horror/thriller Don't Go Into the House and Eric covered the salacious Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama as well as another take on the Poe The Pit and the Pendulum. Have a terrific week!


A Streetcar Named Desire BD - In the classic play by Tennessee Williams, brought to the screen by Elia Kazan, faded Southern belle Blanche DuBois... (Vivien Leigh) comes to visit her pregnant sister, Stella (Kim Hunter), in a seedy section of New Orleans. Stella's boorish husband, Stanley Kowalski (Marlon Brando), not only regards Blanche's aristocratic affectations as a royal pain but also thinks she's holding out on inheritance money that rightfully belongs to Stella. On the fringes of sanity, Blanche is trying to forget her checkered past and start life anew. Attracted to Stanley's friend Mitch (Karl Malden), she glosses over the less savory incidents in her past, but she soon discovers that she cannot outrun that past, and the stage is set for her final, brutal confrontation with her brother-in-law. Brando, Hunter, and Malden had all starred in the original Broadway version of Streetcar... Blu-ray Release Date: April 10th, 2012

The Yellow Sea BD - Gu-nam is a desperate gambler and debt-ridden taxi driver in Yanji City in a region that has adjoining borders to North Korea, China and Russia. His wife fled to South Korea six months earlier and he hasn t heard from her since. In order to repay his debts and find his wife this mild unassuming man accepts a contract killing from hit man Myun-ga. Crossing the dangerous Yellow Sea to Seoul he seeks out both his target and wife, but soon finds himself in the middle of a dangerous conspiracy of lies and betrayal. Before he can fulfil the contract, he witnesses others murder his target. Fleeing the scene, he is not only being pursued by the police, but those responsible. Blu-ray Release Date: March 26th, 2012

This Happy Breed BD - David Lean brings to vivid emotional life Noël Coward’s epic chronicle of a working-class family in the London suburbs over the course of two decades. Robert Newton and Celia Johnson are surpassingly affecting as Frank and Ethel Gibbons, a couple with three children whose modest household is touched by joy and tragedy from the tail end of the First World War to the beginning of the Second. With its mix of politics and melodrama, This Happy Breed is a quintessential British domestic drama, featuring subtly expressive Technicolor cinematography by Ronald Neame and a remarkable supporting cast including John Mills, Stanley Holloway, and Kay Walsh. Blu-ray Release Date: March 27th, 2012

Don't Go Into the House - Donny is a disturbed kid... A mother's boy if you will. That is until mother expires and Donny s world crumbles in on itself. Now, lonely, adrift and enslaved to dark voices in his head, Donny seeks female companionship but drinks and dancing are the last thing on his mind. Mother s telling him he s a bad boy and the voices won t let him rest. Maybe if he just gets a girl home and into his steel lined burning chamber, the chatter might quiet down... DVD Release Date: March 26th, 2012

The Portuguese Nun - One of the most critically acclaimed films of 2011 tells the story of a Julie, a young French actress shooting a film in Lisbon about a 17th Century nun who is seduced by a soldier. Among the city s enigmatic and transient inhabitants, she encounters a young Nun and the exchange between the two women changes Julie s destiny forever. DVD Release Date: April 12th, 2012

Miracle in Milan BD - Following The Bicycle Thief De Sica casts a spell over the viewer with a Capra-esque fantasy fable instilling a healthy dose of social relevance. A baby found in a cabbage patch grows up to unite Milan's poverty stricken and homeless leading the construction of a shanty town. He eventually grants wishes with the help of a magic dove and his simplistic vision bonds the villager's into revolutionaries - hopelessly fighting the stacked social ills. A wonderful light film filled with humor, thought-provoking social inequities and human warmth. If this isn't a masterpiece then its pretty darn close. Blu-ray Release Date: March 26th, 2012

The Pit and the Pendulum - Torquemada is enchanted by Maria's beauty and subjects her and her husband Antonio to heinous tortures hoping to prove that his own desires for her are a result of her magic, and that she has "bewitched him". Maria must find the power to save her husband Antonio from Torquemada s ultimate machine of torture: the inevitable, razor sharp pendulum poised over the inescapable pit of hell. DVD Release Date: March 26th, 2012

Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama - Out to steal a trophy from a local bowling alley, the kids accidentally unleash the imp - a sadistic little spirit with a diabolical sense of humor. He creates demons and loves sexy women. He's the original party animal, inviting you to come along and die laughing - just like everybody else. The Sorority Babes won't live through initiation, but don't blame that cute little killer. He's evil by nature and funny as hell. And even if you can take a joke, it kills you. DVD Release Date: April 2nd, 2012

Lifeboat BD - Based on a John Steinbeck story, this taut, tense psychological thriller, set entirely on a lifeboat following the bombing of a luxury liner, anticipates the claustrophobic atmosphere of both Rear Window and Rope. A simple premise tightens the dramatic focus and the film explores the delicate balance of power among the survivors as they suffer the consequences of their own and one another's folly. Blu-ray Release Date: April 23rd, 2012

Casablanca BD - Once a movie becomes as adulated as Casablanca, it is difficult to know how to begin to approach it, except by saying that at least 70 per cent of its cult reputation is deserved. This was Bogart's greatest type role, as the battered, laconic owner of a nightclub who meets a girl (Bergman) he left behind in Paris and still loves. The whole thing has an intense wartime nostalgia that tempts one to describe it as the sophisticated American version of Britain's naïve Brief Encounter, but it has dated far less than Lean's film and is altogether a much more accomplished piece of cinema. There are some great supporting performances, and much of the dialogue has become history. Blu-ray Release Date: March 27th, 2012

Chinatown BD - There are a lot of reasons why "Chinatown", Roman Polanski's classic from 1974, is often described as the first neo-noir. On one side, we have all the traditional ingredients of a film noir in the sense of Billy Wilder and John Huston: a mysterious femme fatale, a tough guy who - confronted with beauty - becomes tender, a suspenseful plot full of ambiguities, a highly sensual atmosphere and very stylish lighting and camerawork. We can find that all in the beautiful noir films from the 1940s. But then, in the midst of the 1970s New Hollywood movement, Polanski and screenwriter Robert Towne have broken the rules, if there's such a thing as rules. While the opening credits have a nice old-fashioned look, the first shots of the film introduce us to a new kind of noir. A noir shot in cinemascope and composed in earthly Technicolor photography. A film full of sadness, grief and despair, with an ending as unexpected as any other twist in the film. Blu-ray Release Date: April 3rd, 2012

In Which We Serve BD - In the midst of World War II, the renowned playwright Noël Coward engaged a young film editor named David Lean to help him realize his vision for an action drama about a group of Royal Navy sailors (roles that would be filled by Coward himself, Bernard Miles, and John Mills, among others) fighting the Germans in the Mediterranean. Coward and Lean ended up co-directing the large-scale project—an impressive undertaking, especially considering that neither of them had directed for the big screen before (this would be Coward’s only such credit). Cutting between a major naval battle and flashbacks to the men’s lives before they left home, In Which We Serve (an Oscar nominee for best picture) was a major breakthrough for both filmmakers and a sensitive and stirring piece of propaganda. Blu-ray Release Date: March 27th, 2012

Accattone BD - On the mean streets of Rome, Accattone’s eponymous pimp (played by Franco Citti, one of a remarkable cast of local non-professionals) leads a hand-to-mouth existence on the very margins of society: prostituting, scrounging, exploiting. When his prize prostitute Maddalena is arrested and jailed, the pimp’s fortunes dwindle, and he is forced to confront his own existence. The work of one of Italy’s foremost auteurs, Accattone combines a fascination with poverty, sexual mores, and the entrapments of society, with a sense of humanity and sanctity rarely seen in cinema. Blu-ray Release Date: March 26th, 2012

Wuthering Heights BD - Wuthering Heights is Academy Award®-winning writer-director Andrea Arnold's third feature following the BAFTA® award winning, Fish Tank and Cannes Jury Prize winning Red Road. Based on the novel by Emily Brontë and adapted for the screen by Andrea Arnold and Olivia Hetreed, Wuthering Heights stars newcomer James Howson as Heathcliff and Kaya Scodelario (Skins) as Cathy alongside Steve Evets (Joseph), Oliver Milburn (Mr Linton), and Nicola Burley (Isabella Linton) and introducing Shannon Beer and Solomon Glave playing the young Cathy and Heathcliff. A Yorkshire hill farmer on a visit to Liverpool finds a homeless boy on the streets. He takes him home to live as part of his family on the isolated Yorkshire moors where the boy forges an obsessive relationship with the farmer's daughter. Blu-ray Release Date: March 26th, 2012

The River BD - Director Jean Renoir’s entrancing first color feature—shot entirely on location in India—is a visual tour de force. Based on the novel by Rumer Godden, the film eloquently contrasts the growing pains of three young women with the immutability of the holy Bengal River, around which their daily lives unfold. Enriched by Renoir’s subtle understanding and appreciation for India and its peoples, The River gracefully explores the fragile connections between transitory emotions and everlasting creation. Blu-ray Release Date: March 21st, 2012


 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

March 26th, 2012


Accattone/ Comizi d'amore [Blu-ray] [Love Meetings] (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1961 / 1958) [Dual Format] RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

Assault on a Queen (Jack Donohue, 1966) Olive Films
Assault on a Queen [
Blu-ray] (Jack Donohue, 1966) Olive Films

Casablanca - 70th Anniversary Edition [Blu-ray] (Michael Curtiz, 1942) Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

Come Blow Your Horn (Bud Yorkin, 1963) Olive Films
Come Blow Your Horn [
Blu-ray] (Bud Yorkin, 1963) Olive Films

Confucius [Blu-ray] (Mei Hu, 2010) Funimation

Corman's World [Blu-ray] (Alex Stapleton, 2011) Anchor Bay

A Dangerous Method [Blu-ray] (David Cronenberg, 2011) Sony Pictures (BEAVER REVIEW)

David Lean Directs Noël Coward (Brief Encounter, 1945 - In Which We Serve, 1942 - This Happy Breed, 1944 - Blithe Spirit, 1945) Criterion
David Lean Directs Noël Coward [
Blu-ray] (Brief Encounter, 1945 - In Which We Serve, 1942 - This Happy Breed, 1944 - Blithe Spirit, 1945) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW) (BEAVER REVIEW) (BEAVER REVIEW) (BEAVER REVIEW)

Don't Go in the House (Joseph Ellison, 1980) R2 UK Arrowdrome (BEAVER REVIEW)

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close [Blu-ray] (Stephen Daldry, 2011) Warner

The Gospel According to St. Matthew [Blu-ray] (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1964) RB UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

Hara-Kiri : Death of a Samurai [Blu-ray] (Takashi Miike, 2011) Region FREE UK Revolver Entertainment

I, Claudius (35th Anniversary) - Acorn Media (BEAVER REVIEW)

It'$ Only Money (Frank Tashlin, 1962) Olive Films
It'$ Only Money [
Blu-ray] (Frank Tashlin, 1962) Olive Films

Malèna [Blu-ray] (Giuseppe Tornatore, 2000) RB UK Optimum

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

A Night to Remember [Blu-ray] (Roy Ward Baker, 1958) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

No Man of Her Own (Mitchell Leisen, 1950) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

The Pit and the Pendulum (Stuart Gordon, 1991) R2 UK 88 Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Rabbit-Proof Fence [Blu-ray] (Phillip Noyce, 2002) RB UK Optimum

Something to Live For (George Stevens, 1952) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Strip Nude For Your Killer [Blu-ray] (Andrea Bianchi, 1975) Blue Underground (BEAVER REVIEW)

Who's Got the Action? (Daniel Mann, 1962) Olive Films
Who's Got the Action? [
Blu-ray] (Daniel Mann, 1962) Olive Films

Who's Minding the Store? (Frank Tashlin, 1963) Olive Films
Who's Minding the Store? [
Blu-ray] (Frank Tashlin, 1963) Olive Films

Wuthering Heights [Blu-ray] (Andrea Arnold, 2011) RB UK Artificial Eye (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Yellow Sea [Blu-ray] (AKA The Murderer) (Hong-jin Na, 2010) RB UK Eureka Ent. (BEAVER REVIEW)


April 2nd, 2011


Benda Bilili (Renaud Barret, 2010) National Geographic

Chinatown [Blu-ray] (Roman Polanski, 1974) Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Deep Blue Sea [Blu-ray] (Terence Davies, 2011) RB UK Artificial Eye

Fearless Fagan (Stanley Donen, 1952) Warner Archive

Hugo - 3D [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 2011) RB UK Entertainment in Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

Kenner (Steve Sekely, 1969) Warner Archive

London River [Blu-ray] (Rachid Bouchareb, 2009) Cinema Libre Distribution

Miracle of Marcelino [Blu-ray] (Ladislao Vajda, 1955) VCI Entertainment

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

The Slams (Jonathan Kaplan, 1973) Warner Archive

Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (David DeCoteau, 1988) R2 UK 88 Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Split (Gordon Flemyng, 1968) Warner Archive

This Must Be the Place [Blu-ray] (Paolo Sorrentino, 2011) RB DE Euro Video

...tick... tick... tick... (Ralph Nelson, 1970) Warner Archive

Titanic [Blu-ray] (Jean Negulesco, 1953) R2 UK 20th Century Fox

War Horse 2-disc [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 2011) Touchstone / Disney (BEAVER REVIEW)

War Horse 4-disc [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 2011) Touchstone / Disney (BEAVER REVIEW)


April 9th, 2010


Las Acacias [Blu-ray] (Pablo Giorgelli, 2011) RB UK Verve Pictures

Bounce [Blu-ray] (Don Roos, 2000) Miramax

Conversation Piece / Gruppo Di Famiglia in Un [Blu-ray] (Luchino Visconti, 1974) Raro Video USA Ltd

Cook County [Blu-ray] (David Pomes, 2009) Hanover House

Demons 2 [Blu-ray] (Lamberto Bava, 1986) Arrow

From the Other Side (Chantal Akerman, 2002) Icarus Films

A Hollis Frampton Odyssey (1966-79) Criterion
A Hollis Frampton Odyssey [
Blu-ray] (1966-79) Criterion

Into the Abyss [Blu-ray] (Werner Herzog, 2011) MPI

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

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

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

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

Lust for Love (Edgar Reitz, 1967) R2 UK Bluebell Films

Murder Obsession [Blu-ray] (Follia omicida) (Riccardo Freda, 1981) Raro Video

A Streetcar Named Desire [Blu-ray] (Elia Kazan, 1951) Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Tailor from Ulm (Edgar Reitz, 1979) R2 UK Bluebell Films

The Terrorists [Blu-ray] (Caspar Wrede, 1974) Anchor Bay

Thou Shalt Not Kill... Except [Blu-ray] (Josh Becker, 1985) Synapse Films

A Trip To The Moon [Blu-ray] (George Melies, 1902) Flicker Alley

Ubaldo Terzani Horror Show [Blu-ray] (Gabriele Albanesi, 2010) Raro Video USA Ltd


April 16th, 2012


Alambrista! (Robert M. Young, 1977) Criterion
Alambrista! [
Blu-ray] (Robert M. Young, 1977) Criterion

American Dad!: Volume Seven - 20th Century Fox

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

Buck Privates [Blu-ray] (Arthur Lubin, 1941) Universal

The Divide [Blu-ray] (Xavier Gens, 2012) Anchor Bay

Ernie Kovacs: The ABC Specials - Shout! Factory

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

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

Late Spring [Blu-ray] (Yasujirô Ozu, 1949) Criterion

The Long, Hot Summer [Blu-ray] (Martin Ritt, 1958) RB FR General Video

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

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol [Blu-ray] (Brad Bird, 2011) Paramount Pictures

Naqoyqatsi [Blu-ray] (Godfrey Reggio, 2002) RB UK Studiocanal

Rob Roy [Blu-ray] (Michael Caton-Jones, 1995) RB UK 20th Century Fox

Roger Corman's Cult Classics: The Nurses Collection (Candy Stripe Nurses, Private Duty Nurses, Night Call Nurses, Young Nurses) Shout! Factory

Sacco & Vanzetti (Giuliano Montaldo, 1971) R2 IT Ripley's Home Video

The Survivor (David Hemmings, 1981) Scorpion Releasing (BEAVER REVIEW)

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