Newsletter - FOR THE WEEK

OF April 1st, 2013

  This Week's Highlights
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Shane [Blu-ray] (George Stevens, 1953) Paramount

The File on Thelma Jordon [Blu-ray] (Robert Siodmak, 1950) Olive Films

French Masterworks: Russian Emigres in Paris 1923-1929 - 5 Iconic Films Albatros Productions - Flicker Alley

Dark Command [Blu-ray] (Raoul Walsh, 1940) Olive Films

Lady from Louisiana [Blu-ray] (Bernard Vorhaus, 1941) Olive Films

Breaking Bad: The Fifth Season [Blu-ray] Sony

Fernando Di Leo: The Italian Crime Collection: Vol. 2 (Shoot First, Die Later, Kidnap Syndicate & Naked Violence) - Kino International

The Odd Couple [Blu-ray] (Gene Saks, 1968) Warner Home Video

Blowing Wild [Blu-ray] (Hugo Fregonese, 1953) Olive Films

The Girl Who Knew Too Much [Blu-ray] (Francis D. Lyon , 1969) Olive Films

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance [Blu-ray] (John Ford, 1962) [Region Free] UK Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Grass Is Greener [Blu-ray] (Stanley Donen, 1960) Olive Films

Reuben, Reuben [Blu-ray] (Robert Ellis Miller, 1983) Olive Films

Shanks [Blu-ray] (William Castle, 1974) Olive Films

In Old California [Blu-ray] (William C. McGann, 1942) Olive Films

Alfred Hitchcock: The Essentials Collection [Blu-ray] (Psycho, Rear Window, North By Northwest, Vertigo, Birds) Universal

Crimewave [Blu-ray] (Sam Raimi, 1985) Shout! Factory

The Philadelphia Experiment [Blu-ray] (Stewart Raffill, 1984) Starz / Anchor Bay

Electra Glide in Blue [Blu-ray] (James William Guercio, 1973) Shout! Factory

Father Goose [Blu-ray] (Ralph Nelson, 1964) Olive Films

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters [Blu-ray] - Rated and Unrated Versions (Tommy Wirkola, 2013) Paramount

Earthquake [Blu-ray] (Mark Robson, 1974) Universal Studios

Rope [Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock, 1948) Universal

The Trouble with Harry [Blu-ray] (Alfred Hitchcock, 1955) Universal Studios

A Place at the Table [Blu-ray] (Kristi Jacobson, Lori Silverbush, 2012) Magnolia

Upside Down [Blu-ray] (Juan Solanas, 2012) Millennium

The House of Seven Corpses [Blu-ray] (Paul Harrison, 1974) Severin Films

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



ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): I'm still very keen on Claude Chabrol’s Les Cousins and it's gratifying to have The Masters of Cinema group produce an equally stellar Blu-ray for region 'B' as their US counterpart, Criterion did in region 'A'. Ditto for the director's debut feature, and perfect pairing, Le Beau Serge. The Coen's The Hudsucker Proxy - a cynical Capra-esque view of tainted big business is always an amusing ride and looks substantially better in Blu-ray. I'm a big fan of the creature-feature genre of the 50s and 60s and while Gorgo might more simply be described as a 'monster film' - it has nostalgic elements that give it value. Babette's Feast is a wonderful, delicious story and the Blu-ray retains much more of the film-like appearance. We covered a lot of DVD this week - and I was impressed with Robert Altman's The Caine Mutiny Court Martial with a talented cast realizing the intriguing courtroom drama. Glenn Ford as a reformed gun-slinger? I'm already there - the title is Heaven With a Gun. And specking of westerns another solid effort we have Raoul Walsh's Cheyenne - genre fans will enjoy. Destroyer is a war-drama with Edward G. and Cell 2455 Death Row is a worthy prison-based Noir. Eric compared a new NTSC edition of the horror-fantasy Celia. The lauded 4-part TV crime-based drama Dead Head with Jack the Ripper overtones gets a DVD release. Demon Seed is a horror-sci-fi with a hard-to-forget premise. The Nine Muses is a metaphorical semi-documentary about immigrants in Britain. Dead in France sounds like a misinterpreted comedy but I will pass on this and Bob's New Suit. Twelve Hours to Kill with Barbra Eden has an unforgivable transfer flaw Enjoy the week in every way you can!


The Caine Mutiny Court Martial - Set in early 1945, during the height of World War II, this is a powerful drama of naval trial proceedings with an exceptional cast. Oscar(r)-nominated director Robert Altman (1970, M*A*S*H, 1992, The Player) takes on the much-adapted tale of Lt. Cmdr. Queeg (played by Brad Davis), picking up at the court-martial of Lt. Maryk (Jeff Daniels) for relieving Lt. Cmdr. Queeg of command of the destroyer U.S.S. Caine at the height of a storm. Eric Bogosian plays Lt. Greenwald, the defense attorney who, despite being ambivalent toward his client, is forced to mount a defense on his behalf. Expertly directed by Robert Altman, written and featuring a screenplay by Herman Wouk, this made-for-television movie excels at revealing the tensions between its central characters, including Lt. Cmdr. John Challee (Peter Gallagher) and Capt. Blakely (Michael Murphy). DVD Release Date: March 4th, 2011

Cell 2455 Death Row - Based on the autobiographical book by Caryl Chessman, this fictionalized account of how a boy becomes a brutal criminal is both shocking and sensational. William Campbell plays Whit Whittier, who begins with petty crime, escalating to violence, and finally convicted on charges of robbery and rape, is sent to San Quentin's Death Row. While awaiting execution, Whittier studies law and manages to successfully represent himself in appeal after appeal. The real story of Chessman was controversial for the prosecutor's use of the Lindbergh kidnap law, in an unorthodox way, resulting in Chessman's death sentence for crimes that did not amount to murder. A gripping, shocking film, particularly for its time, which explores the problems of juvenile delinquency and the justice system without shying away from controversy. Directed by Fred F. Sears (Earth vs. The Flying Saucers and Rock Around the Clock), with Marian Carr, Kathryn Grant and Vince Edwards. DVD Release Date: March 5th, 2011

Twelve Hours to Kill - Based on the Saturday Evening Post serial "Set Up For Murder" by Richard Stern, 12 Hours to Kill traces the problems of a young Greek national (Nico Minardos) who, after ogling a murder, is ushered off into the relative "safety" of suburban obscurity by the police, unaware that he is being double-crossed by a crooked gendarme. DVD Release Date: July 31st, 2012

Babette's Feast BD - Adapted from a story by Out of Africa author Isak Dinesen, it tells the story of a 19th Century religious community on Denmark s remote and windswept coast. Into this austere environment comes Babette, a mysterious refugee from France s civil war. When she mounts a French gourmet feast to mark the community s anniversary, the local elders are scandalized. Just who is the strangely talented Babette, who has terrified this pious town with the prospect of losing their souls for enjoying too much earthly pleasure? Winner of the 1988 Oscar for best Foreign Language Film. Blu-ray Release date: February 25th, 2012

Celia - Set in mid 1950s Australia, with the fear of communism in the air and the country's farmlands overrun by a plague of rabbits, the film depicts a long hot summer seen through the eyes and over-active imagination of nine year old Celia. Shaken by the death of her beloved Grandmother, Celia finds herself adrift between the cruel games and rituals of childhood and the incomprehensible world of grown-ups. With monstrous creatures stalking her dreams by night, those imagined terrors blur by day with the banal brutality of the adult world and lead to tragic and shocking consequences. Ann Turner's refreshingly unsentimental debut feature is a dark fable of childhood's end. An enthralling film to rank alongside Lord of the Flies, The 400 Blows and Stand By Me. DVD Release Date: 26 February 25th, 2013

Dead Head - London based petty crook, Eddie Cass ( Denis Lawson) agrees to pick up a package and courier it across the capital. When nobody answers the door at the drop off address Eddie opens the package and finds a woman's severed head in a hatbox. He panics and dumps it in the River Thames. Returning home Cass is kidnapped by the mysterious Eldridge ( George Baker) and his heavies who inform Eddie that he has been framed for the murder. The hatbox belonged to his ex-wife and his fingerprints are all over it. Eddie panics and goes off the rails -boozing and sleeping rough. Eventually he ends up at his ex-wife Dana's house, played by Lindsay Duncan. Whilst he sleeps there, his former partner informs on him, and Eddie once again has to go on the run. The next morning the newspaper headlines reveal the discovery of the gruesome hatbox. Eddie's own private atom bomb has gone off... DVD Release Date: April 15th, 2013

Demon Seed - Susan Harris is alone in the house when, suddenly, doors lock, windows slam shut and the phone stops working. Susan is trapped by an intruder - but this is no ordinary thug. Instead, the intruder is a computer named Proteus, an artificial brain that has learned to reason. And to terrorize. DVD Release Date: November 10th, 2011

Dead in France - Socially-challenged hitman Charles lives in Cannes and wants to retire with a yacht and a woman in tow. He has no experience with either until he lets his cleaning lady (delectable Essex-girl Lisa) into his life, but he doesn't bank on her vile boyfriend Denny or con-artists Simon and Ray stealing a two million quid nest egg from the boot of his car. Charles hunts them down across the Cote d'Azur whilst pursued by his rival Clancy who is incensed by the fact that Charles might actually be retiring. DVD Release Date: March 26th, 2013

The Nine Muses - Filmmaker John Akomfrah directed this impressionistic, semi-documentary examination of the journey of African, Caribbean... and Asian exiles into the United Kingdom. The Nine Muses combines archival footage of the arrival of immigrants into Britain and the often difficult integration into the mainstream of English culture with symbolic sequences shot in Alaska in which three figures wander through the frozen wastes but never meet, and scenes in which emigrants wander abandoned industrial districts in England. The film also uses the nine muses of Greek mythology as a recurring metaphor, also incorporating the works of Homer with readings of the works of great British writers from Williams Shakespeare to Dylan Thomas. The Nine Muses received its American premiere at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. DVD Release Date: June 19th, 2012

Gorgo BD - A volcanic eruption in the North Atlantic brings to the surface a 65-foot prehistoric monster. Two treasure divers capture the creature and take him to London where he made the star attraction at a circus. A scientist is thoughtful enough to point out that the sailors’ bonanza is only an infant, and that a full-grown specimen would be over 200 feet in height. Sure enough, Gorgo’s mama comes thundering ashore, reclaims her offspring and heads back to sea — but not before, she trashes a generous portion of London. Blu-ray Release date: March 19th, 2013

Destroyer - Edward G. Robinson portrays a hard-driving, hard-nosed perfectionist who causes dissension aboard the WWII destroyer he helped build before re-enlisting in the Navy. Coming aboard as a senior crewman and trying to emulate the perfection of his hero John Paul Jones, he drives himself as hard as he drives the younger generation of sailors he commands, even going so far as recounting the last battle of the Bon Homme Richard to the increasingly disgruntled crew. But it is not his words that earn him their respect. During a major battle Robinson proves himself a true hero. The harsh training also pays off and the young sailors successfully defeat the enemy. Afterward they realize that Robinson was right to be tough on them and never question him again. Meanwhile, the captain who stood by Robinson through the thick of it even winds up involved with the old salt's daughter. DVD Release Date: March, 2013

The Hudsucker Proxy BD - Paul Newman, Tim Robbins and Jennifer Jason Leigh star in filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen's darkly comic look at big business. When the founder of Hudsucker Industries leaps to his death from the 44th floor boardroom window the board of directors panics. But there is a plan: install a complete imbecile as president of the company and devalue the stock so the board can acquire a controlling interest for themselves. But where can they find such a guileless patsy? Enter Norville Barnes. Fresh off the bus from Muncie, Indiana, as a graduate of the 1958 class of the Muncie College of Business Administration, Norville is ready to start at the bottom and work his way up to the top of the corporate world ... he just never imagined it would happen so quickly. Blu-ray Release date: February 26th, 2013

Le Beau Serge BD - Gérard Blain and Jean-Claude Brialy star in the first of their collaborations with the great Claude Chabrol. The director’s masterful feature debut — ironic, funny, unsparing — is a revelation: another of that rare breed of film where the dusty formula might be used in full sincerity: Le Beau Serge marks the beginning of “the Chabrol touch.” In this first feature film of the French New Wave, one year before Truffaut’s The Four Hundred Blows, the dandyish François (Brialy, of Godard’s A Woman Is a Woman, Rohmer’s Claire’s Knee, and countless other cornerstones of 20th-century French cinema) takes a holiday from the city to his home village of Sardent, where he reconnects with his old chum Serge (Blain), now a besotted and hopeless alcoholic, and sly duplicitous carnal Marie (Bernadette Lafont). A grave triangle forms, and a tragic slide ensues. Blu-ray Release date: April 8th, 2013

Les Cousins BD - Made barely a year after Claude Chabrol’s debut Le Beau Serge Les Cousins featured the earlier film’s same starring pair of Jean-Claude Brialy and Gérard Blain, here reversing the good-guy/bad-guy roles of the previous picture. The result is a simmering, venomous study in human temperament that not only won the Golden Bear at the 1959 Berlin Film Festival, but also drew audiences in droves, and effectively launched Chabrol’s incredible fifty-year-long career. In Les Cousins, Blain’s character journeys from the country to Paris to crash at the luxurious flat of his worldly and decadent cousin, portrayed by Brialy, during the study period for an upcoming law exam which both have set out to undertake. It becomes clear soon enough that only one of the cousins is terribly committed to his work; as sexual promises and alcohol intervene, the set-up becomes untenable for the provincial, — and a tragic slide ensues. Blu-ray Release date: April 8th, 2013

Cheyenne - Gambler-on-the-run James Wylie (Dennis Morgan) knows a good deal when he sees one. So when he’s offered his freedom in exchange for capturing the holdup man known as the Poet, Wylie heads to Cheyenne, where the bandit’s said to be forming a gang. Posing as the outlaw, he meets up with the Poet’s wife (Jane Wyman), who also claims to want him arrested. But when she warns her husband the law’s closing in, the desperado (Bruce Bennett) plans to outwit them both by ditching his bride for a dancehall girl (Janis Paige) and having Wylie lynched in his place. Directed by action ace Raoul Walsh, Cheyenne was co-written by novelist Alan LeMay, author of The Searchers. A superior example of Walsh’s two-fisted style, the film is unjustly forgotten today due to its syndication title being changed to The Wyoming Kid, a move made by Warner Bros. to avoid confusion with its unrelated Clint Walker TV Western series that aired from 1955 to 1963. DVD Release Date: March 5th, 2013

Bob's New Suit - Bob Goodlow is a landscape gardener and handyman. His dad Buster, a patriotic ex-aerospace worker with a secret past, is now unemployed and suffering from congestive heart failure. Bob s sister Stephanie does the books for her girlfriend Marlena s hair salon and holds a secret of her own, just bursting to come out. Polly, their mother, helps with the struggling finances by selling antique dolls on Ebay and worries for everyone, as only mothers can. When Bob proposes to his long time love, Jenny, and his too cool cousin, George, proposes a get-rich quick scheme, a series of events unfold which changes their lives forever. Radical politics, gender identity, the joy of books, rare orchids, a couple of beers and one lonely Italian suit come together in this deftly interwoven story about love, family, the legacy of the 1960 s and the unexpected. DVD Release Date: March 26th, 2013

Heaven With a Gun - A pistol-packing parson is torn between heaven and hell in this gritty Western adventure starring Glenn Ford, Carolyn Jones, Barbara Hershey and David Carradine. While war rages between the local cattlemen and sheepherders, gunslinger-turned-preacher Jim Killian (Ford) rides into town determined to start his own church. When his efforts to stop the bloodshed lead to rape, arson and murder, Killian must decide whether to bring about peace through faith alone or his deadly skills with a gun. Based on an unproduced screenplay by two-time Academy Award® winner* Dalton Trumbo, Heaven with a Gun was the final film produced by Frank and Maurice King. DVD Release Date: March 5th, 2013

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

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 (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

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 (BEAVER REVIEW)

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

French Masterworks: Russian Emigres in Paris 1923-1929 - 5 Iconic Films Albatros Productions - Flicker Alley

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


April 22nd, 2012


Bakumatsu taiyô - den [Yûzô Kawashima, A Sun - Tribe Myth from the Bakumatsu Era] RB UK Masters of Cinema

Bakumatsu taiyô - den  [Blu-ray] [Yûzô Kawashima, A Sun - Tribe Myth from the Bakumatsu Era] RB UK Masters of Cinema

The Blood on Satan's Claw [Blu-ray] (Piers Haggard, 1971) RB UK Odeon Entertainment

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

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

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

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

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

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

Grapes of Death [Blu-ray] (Jean Rollin, 1978) Redemption

The Impossible [Blu-ray] (Juan Antonio Bayona, 2012) Summit Ent.

Jurassic Park 3D [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 1993) Universal

Masterpiece Classic: Mr. Selfridge [Blu-ray] (2013) PBS

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

Night of the Hunted [Blu-ray] (Jean Rollin, 1980) Redemption

La notte [Blu-ray] (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1961) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Pierre Etaix [Blu-ray] (The Suitor, Yoyo, As Long as You’ve Got Your Health, Le grand amour, Land of Milk and Honey) Criterion

Pierre Etaix (The Suitor, Yoyo, As Long as You’ve Got Your Health, Le grand amour, Land of Milk and Honey) Criterion

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

Richard III [Blu-ray] (Laurence Olivier, 1955) Criterion

Richard III (Laurence Olivier, 1955) Criterion

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

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

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

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