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OF April 5th, 2010


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Oté! - 29 new reviews this week with 3 Criterion - 2 in the 'Blu' (Godard, Assayas) variety via comparisons - Masters of Cinema, Second Run, Flicker Alley, BFI, Warner Horror (Carpenter, Craven, Oliver Stone!). 30 spanking new calendar updates, sales and much more including a new contest with a sealed Criterion as prize! (can you say 'noir staple'?)!

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The Best Intentions (Bille August, 1992) - Park Circus

Pirate Radio [Blu-ray] (Richard Curtis, 2009) - Universal

Clint Eastwood: The Man With No Name Trilogy [Blu-ray] (A Fistful Of Dollars/The Good, The Bad And The Ugly/For A Few Dollars More) - MGM

Close-Up [Blu-ray] (Abbas Kiarostami, 1990) Criterion

Crazy [Blu-ray] (Rick Bieber, 2008) Screen Media

Ultimate Sc-Fi 6 Movie Marathon - Universal

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

Beauty and the Beast [Blu-ray] (Gary Trousdale + Kirk Wise, 1991) Disney

Pep Squad [Blu-ray] (Steve Balderson, 1998) Troma

Dark Nature [Blu-ray] (Marc de Launay, 2009) Troma

Tromeo and Juliet [Blu-ray] (Lloyd Kaufman, 1996) Troma

The Protector [Blu-ray] (Prachya Pinkaew, 2006) Vivendi Entertainment

Don McKay [Blu-ray] (Jake Goldberger, 2009) Image Entertainment

Edge of Darkness [Blu-ray] (Martin Campbell, 2009) Warner

44 Inch Chest [Blu-ray] (Malcolm Venville, 2009) Image Entertainment

Animation Express [Blu-ray] (26 animated shorts) Image Entertainment

The Wolfman [Blu-ray] (Joe Johnston, 2010) Universal

Attack of the Crab Monsters (Roger Corman, 1957) R2 UK In2film

Fellini's Casanova (Federico Fellini, 1976) R2 UK Mr Bongo Film

Earth (Zahari Zhandov, 1957) R2 UK Mr Bongo Film

Antonio Das Mortes (Glauber Rocha, 1969) R2 UK Mr Bongo Films

The Island (Pyotr Manonov, 2006) R2 UK - Artificial Eye

Father of My Children (Mia Hansen-Løve, 2009) R2 UK - Artificial Eye

The Apple (Samira Makhmalbaf, 1998) R2 UK - Artificial Eye

The Beekeeper (Theodoros Angelopoulos, 1968) R2 UK - Artificial Eye

A Single Man [Blu-ray] (Tom Ford, 2009) RB UK Icon Home Entertainment

No One Knows about Persian Cats (Bahman Ghobadi, 2009) R2 UK Network

Sky West and Crooked (John Mills, 1966) R2 UK Network

If There Weren't Any Blacks You'd Have to Invent Them (Charles Jarrott, 1968) R2 UK Network

Movie Movie (Stanley Donen, 1978) R2 UK - Network

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ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey):  Heck of a week but it's hard to find something more appealing than Godard's Vivre sa vie in 1080P by Criterion. As impacting now as ever before. Other Blu-rays of note - Summer Hours captures it's aura with succinct precision from director Assayas. I'm keen to give Pirate Radio a spin after Leonard's coverage - or perhaps I'll go for the region free UK Blu The Boat That Rocked (12-minutes longer). I'll admit to some titillation from A Nightmare on Elm Street and put An Education and IMAX: Blue Planet on the back burner for possibilities. I can't endorse Prince Valiant in the higher resolution - neither film nor transfer overly impressed me. We have DVDs coming out the wazoo with Frantisek Vlácil's evoking Valley of the Bees topping the list with Gillo Pontecorvo's Kapo barely a hair behind - both are strongly recommended. Pialat's Sous le soleil de satan is highly impressive and one of my favorite the the director's films - another essential. Why do we do comparisons? - Royal Wedding is why. Silent era fans should indulge in René Clair’s The Italian Straw Hat and the noir-fetishist in me needs All the King's Men (thanks Gregory). Eric has gone beyond the call of duty with his extensive coverage of the nostalgic Twisted Terror Collection (Deadly Friend / Dr. Giggles / Eyes of a Stranger / From Beyond the Grave / The Hand / Someone's Watching Me) - too enticing! The only DVD of the week that I can assuredly dismiss is The Bloody Ape despite the, reported, amusing commentary....


Fraternity Massacre at Hell Island - Zeta Alpha Rho is planning to celebrate its "Hell Night" at an island resort but gay pledge Jack Jones (Tyler Farrell) has more to worry about than coming out of the closet when a "broad-minded" maniac in a clown suit starts stalking his scantily-clad fellow pledges. DVD Release Date: April 20th, 2010

Pirate Radio BD - The story proper, to the extent that there is a story, begins when young Carl (Tom Sturridge, with a self-image problem, if you can believe that!), is sent by his mother to live on "Radio Rock" for a few months, ostensibly to get him on track. Ha! Radio Rock is a fairly sizable boat, anchored somewhere in the North Sea, home to a handful of DJs, who, under the caring and daring management of Quentin (a sublime Bill Nighy) broadcast rock music to a rapt audience more or less forbidden to hear this music on the public airwaves. Blu-ray Release date: April 13th, 2010

Valley of the Bees - A visionary and haunting medieval epic from the director of Marketa Lazarová. Set in 13th century Europe this raw and powerful moral fable of corruption and fundamentalism chronicles the tale of a young boy made to join the Brotherhood of the Teutonic Knights and how as a man he rejects their doctrine, and the terrible price he must pay for that rejection. DVD Release Date: March 22nd, 2010

The Italian Straw Hat - René Clair’s sparkling comedy of manners is a witty, delicate, inspired satire on propriety and behavior in the bourgeois mind-set. Transposing the action of the perennial stage farce from 1851 to a summer wedding day in 1895 – the birth of cinema – Clair recalls detail, costume and design captured by the first movies. DVD Release Date: April 6th, 2010

Deadly Friend - Teen genius Paul (Matthew Laborteaux) has created a robot pal B.B. and moves to town with his mother to take classes at the local university. He immediately falls for next door neighbor Samantha (Kristy Swanson). DVD Release Date: August 18th, 2008

Dr. Giggles - Dr. Evan Rendell (Larry Drake) has been performing grisly experiments on people in his neighborhood trying to cure his dying wife. When the locals stone the doctor doctor, his son is saved by being sewn into his mother's corpse. After an extended stay in the nuthouse, Evan Jr. (also Larry Drake) follows in his father's footsteps and begins gorily killing the friends and love ones of young Jennifer (Holly Marie Combs) who needs a heart valve replaced and must avoid stress, caffeine, and alcohol. DVD Release Date: August 18th, 2008

Eyes of a Stranger - A rapist is stalking and slashing his way through Miami and news anchor Jane (Lauren Tewes) begins to suspect that a neighbor (John DiSanti) who lives in the apartment across from hers is the murderer. The police don't believe her so she starts spying on her neighbor and even breaks into his apartment. She turns the tables on him and begins to persecute him by phone but when he recognizes Jane's voice from the television, he starts stalking her and her sister Tracy (Jennifer Jason Leigh in her first role) who has been blind and deaf since she was assaulted as a child. DVD Release Date: August 18th, 2008

From Beyond the Grave - Visitors to an antique store run by a kindly proprietor (Peter Cushing) become the protagonists in four stories based on stories by R. Chetwynd-Hayes (whose stories also provided the inspiration for the last Amicus portmanteau film THE MONSTER CLUB). In the first tale, Edward (David Warner) tricks the proprietor into charging less for an antique mirror which is inhabited by a spirit that needs the blood of innocent victims to cross over into the world of the living. DVD Release Date: August 18th, 2008

Someone's Watching Me - Fleeing a bad relationship in New York, Leigh Michaels (Lauren Hutton) takes a job as a live TV director in Los Angeles and moves into a high-tech apartment in a mammoth high-rise. Soon she begins receive strange phone calls at home and at work and a non-existent travel company starts sending her strange gifts ostensibly as part of a contest (starting with a telescope). DVD Release Date: August 18th, 2008

The Hand - At the time of its cinema release, this early directorial outing for future A-list film-maker Stone, about a cartoonist (Caine) being haunted by his severed hand, was a welcome relief for horror aficionados from the apparently endless production line of identikit stalk 'n' slash movies that were clogging up local cinemas. DVD Release Date: August 18th, 2008

Prince Valiant BD - Have you read any good comic books lately? Do you know what's going on with Prince Valiant, his close friend, Sir Gawain, and the other knights of King Features' Table Round? If you do, then you have a good idea of what to expect from the big CinemaScope film that Twentieth Century-Fox has concocted from Harold R. Foster's "Prince Valiant" cartoon. Blu-ray Release date: April 26th, 2010

IMAX: Blue Planet BD - Despite the title on the box this is really a double feature, both filmed in IMAX and transferred to Blu-ray in the early days of the medium. The "main" feature, Blue Planet, examines our planet in orbital vistas that alternate with supportive images from the ground. The narration wants to support the one with the other, at times to show its wonders, at other times to show the threats to those wonders. Blu-ray Release date: July 31st, 2007

An Education BD - Based on a memoir by Lynn Barber, this coming of age soufflé flirts with the idea of becoming a romantic comedy. Paul Englishby's buoyant introductory music is a ruse, for despite the wit of Nick Hornby's screenplay, which makes certain we are entertained as well as educated, An Education is more serious than whimsy. Perhaps the function of that music is to reassure us that nothing really dreadful happens, but to a teenager on the verge of a likely acceptance to Oxford University, her flirtation with "the good life" nearly drowns her as we imagine it must have with other girls less centered. Blu-ray Release date: March 30th, 2010

All the King's Men - [All the King's Men] has to be sort of a borderline Noir, although Spencer Selby's bookplaces it in the Noir canon. The style of the movie is sort of semi-documentary, with the story being told mostly through the eyes of Jack Burden (John Ireland), a newspaperman who became a "true believer" in Willie Stark (Broderick Crawford) when he was a poor but honest (and ultimately unsuccessful) County Treasurer candidate several years before running for Governor. DVD Release Date: September 5th, 2006

Anna Karenina - With Vivien Leigh, still popular thanks to the success of Gone with the Wind (1939), in the title role, the production had built-in appeal. Despite impressive work from the set designer, art director and a sterling performance by Ralph Richardson as Leigh's jilted husband, the movie turned out to be an expensive flop. DVD Release Date: April 24th, 2007

The Heirloom - Architect James (Jason Chang) has returned from England to Taiwan to discover that he has inherited a massive old mansion from distant relatives. He thinks the house is the perfect place start a family with dancer fiancée Yo (Terri Kwan) who does not want to settle down yet. Yo relents and moves in but things get weird fast. There's a giant family shrine on one of the upper floors. Wet footprints appear in the hallways. Friends Yi-Chen (Yu-chen Chang) and Ah-Tseng (Tender Huang) keep popping up in various rooms of the house after they have left with no memory of how they ended up back there. DVD Release Date: April 25th, 2006

The Bloody Ape - When carnie Lampini's (Paul Richini) simian friend Gordo (George Reis) disappears from the circus, he decides to take out those who've done him wrong (including a fraudulent mechanic, a Rabbi who tried to sell him a fake ring, and his girlfriend who walks out on him) with a gift of bananas (or banana soap) to attract the rape-happy escaped ape. DVD Release Date: February 3rd, 2009

Royal Wedding - Not, thankfully, a documentary about a couple with cotton wool in their mouths, but a lively Technicolor musical (produced by Arthur Freed), with Astaire and Powell as a brother-and-sister musical act who travel from America to London at the time of the Queen's wedding (then Princess Elizabeth, of course), and both find romance, he with a dancer, she with a lord. DVD Release Date: July 24th, 2007

Sous le soleil de satan - Positioned somewhere between Bresson’s immortal Journal d’un curé de campagne and Dieterle’s The Devil and Daniel Webster, Maurice Pialat’s staggering Sous le soleil de Satan [Under the Sun of Satan] addresses the torrent of spiritual and intellectual turmoil unloosed among the denizens of a little country parish. It is a film by turns calm and violent, buoyant upon the tears of mercy and gurgling with the blood of the Lamb. DVD Release Date: March 22nd, 2010

Capitalism: A Love Story BD - Michael Moore’s “Capitalism: A Love Story” is anything but — something you, I and everyone who has ever watched him shamble into action, megaphone to mouth, know from the start. He might have had a crush on capitalism early on, yet anyone who thinks that the two have been on friendly terms for a while hasn’t been paying attention. Blu-ray Release date: March 9th, 2010

Summer Hours BD - Universally acclaimed by critics, the multiple award-winning Summer Hours is the great contemporary French filmmaker Olivier Assayas’s most personal film to date. Three siblings, played by Juliette Binoche, Charles Berling, and Jérémie Rénier, must decide what to do with the country estate and objects they’ve inherited from their mother. From this simple story, Assayas creates an exquisitely nuanced drama about the material of globalized modern living. Naturalistic and unsentimental, Summer Hours is that rare film that pays respect to family by treating it with honesty. Blu-ray Release Date: April 20th, 2010

The Booth - While his usual studio is being remodeled, radio lovelines DJ Shogo (Ryuto Sato) must broadcast his show from Studio 6 which has been unused since a previous DJ committed suicide years before. In the midst of his show, Shogo starts receiving disturbing calls (describing incidents from his own past where he has hurt others) as well as interjections from a woman's voice calling him a liar and starts seeing apparitions of a co-worker (who he has been sleeping with) who mysteriously did not show up for the broadcast. DVD Release Date: May 23rd, 2006

Father of the Kamikaze - The plot for Father of the Kamikaze revolves around Takijiro Onishi, a Vice Admiral in Japans Navy during World War 2. He is most remembered for being the driving force behind using "special attack forces" aka suicide bombers as a weapons against the Allied forces who at the time the film begins where challenging Japan's ability to occupy the Philippines. DVD Release Date: January 13th, 2009

The Lost World of Tibet - After the popular and successful TV and DVD collaborations The Lost World of Mitchell & Kenyon and The Lost World of Friese-Greene, the BFI and BBC have co-produced a new programme The Lost World of Tibet, broadcast on BBC Four on 3 March 2008. This DVD features the 90-minute Director's Cut. DVD Release Date: March 10th, 2008

Kirikou and the Sorceress - ''Mother, bring me into the world,'' demands Kirikou, the infant protagonist of the animated fable ''Kirikou and the Sorceress.'' Like its tiny hero, ''Kirikou'' proceeds at its own pace, and that pace is a more willful and slower piece of storytelling than children are accustomed to getting from American animated films, in which emotional crises are worked out like story problems (if Buzz and Woody need to get to point A . . .). The director Michel Ocelot's belief in his film is as winning as his title character's confidence, even though ''Kirikou'' is probably a story more suitable for younger children than for older ones. DVD Release Date: December 1st, 2003

A is For Autism - Director Tim Webb's experience as an animator led him to realise that there was a quality in some autistic children's drawings that would lend itself to animation. In 1991 Channel 4 Television commissioned him to explore the possibility of making a short film for their 'Disabling World' season to give a general audience a small window into the condition of autism. DVD Release Date: April 26th, 2004

A Nightmare on Elm Street BD - "1, 2, Freddy’s coming for you." And here he is, phantom fiend Freddy Krueger in all his razor-fingered infamy. Wes Craven (Scream movies) directs this trendsetting first in the slash-hit series. The premise is simple: Freddy (Robert Englund) homicidally haunts the sleep of Elm Street teens. The results are terrifying and mind-blowingly innovative. There’s another film debut too: Johnny Depp. Blu-ray Release Date: April 6th, 2010

Kapo - Before he left his mark on cinema forever with the revolutionary The Battle of Algiers, Italian director Gillo Pontecorvo directed this audacious World War II drama about a young Jewish woman (Susan Strasberg) in a Nazi concentration camp, who saves herself from death by assuming another’s identity and becoming a ruthless warden. The Oscar-nominated Kapò was one of the first films to depict the horror of the Holocaust, and it does so with brutality and daring emotional complexity. DVD Release Date: April 13th, 2010

Vivre sa vie BD - Vivre sa vie was a turning point for Jean-Luc Godard and remains one of his most dynamic films, combining brilliant visual design with a tragic character study. The lovely Anna Karina, Godard’s greatest muse, plays Nana, a young Parisian who aspires to be an actress but instead ends up a prostitute; her downward spiral is depicted in a series of discrete tableaux of daydreams and dances. Featuring some of Karina and Godard’s most iconic moments—from her movie theater vigil with The Passion of Joan of Arc to her seductive pool-hall strut—Vivre sa vie is a landmark of the French New Wave that still surprises at every turn. Blu-ray Release Date: April 20th, 2010

 Next 3 weeks on the Calendar


April 5th, 2010


Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call New Orleans [Blu-ray] (Werner Herzog, 2009) First Look Pictures (BEAVER REVIEW)

Battlestar Galactica Complete Series [Blu-ray] - Universal Studios

Brothers Five [Blu-ray] (Wei Lo, 1970) Well Go USA

Cocoon [Blu-ray] (Ron Howard, 1985) - 20th Century Fox

The Collector [Blu-ray] (Marcus Dunstan, 2009) - Vivendi Entertainment

Delightful Forest [Blu-ray] (Cheh Chang, 1972) Well Go USA

The Divorce of Lady X (Tim Whelan, 1938) R2 UK - Network

Dreamscape [Blu-ray] (Joseph Ruben, 1984) Image Entertainment

Dr Jekyll & Sister Hyde (Roy Ward Baker, 1971) R2 UK Optimum Home Entertainment

Five Minutes of Heaven [Blu-ray] (Oliver Hirschbiegel, 2009) - Mpi Home Video

Funny Games U.S. [Blu-ray] (Michael Haneke, 2007) R'B' UK Spirit Ent. Ltd

La France (Serge Bozon, 2007) Kino

Heroic Ones [Blu-ray] (Cheh Chang, 1970) Well Go USA

Icons of Suspense: Hammer Films - These Are The Damned (1963), Cash on Demand (1961), The Snorkel (1958), Stop Me Before I Kill! (1960), Maniac (1963) and Never Take Candy from a Stranger (1960) - Sony

The Italian Straw Hat (René Clair, 1928) Flicker Alley (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy (Theatrical Editions) [Blu-ray] - New Line

The Natural (Director's Cut) [Blu-ray] (Barry Levinson, 1984) Sony (BEAVER REVIEW)

A Nightmare on Elm Street [Blu-ray] (Wes Craven, 1984) New Line (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Relic [Blu-ray] (Peter Hyams, 1997) Lions Gate

Storm (Hans-Christian Schmid, 2009) Film Movement

The Thomas Crown Affair [Blu-ray] (John McTiernan, 1999) MGM

"The Unusuals" (Noah Hawley, 2009) ( Exclusive) - Sony

Who Dares Wins [Blu-ray] (Ian Sharp, 1982) R`B`UK - Arrow Films


Week of April 12th, 2010


Apollo 13 15th Anniversary Edition [Blu-ray] (Ron Howard, 1995) Universal Home Video

Defendor (Peter Stebbings, 2009) - Sony Pictures

Gone With The Wind: The Scarlett Edition [Blu-ray] - Warner Home Video

Humanoids From The Deep [Roger Corman Cult Classics] Shout! Factory

I'm Gonna Explode (Gerardo Naranjo, 2008) R2 UK Artificial Eye

Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno (Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1964) - R2 UK Park Circus

Inland Empire [Blu-ray] (David Lynch, 2006) R'B' UK - Optimum Home Entertainment

Essential Art House: Kapo (Gillo Pontecorvo, 1959) Criterion

The Last Waltz [Blu-ray] (Martin Scorsese, 1978) Mgm Entertainment

Machan (Uberto Pasolini, 2008) - R2 UK Yume Pictures

Man with the Gun (Richard Wilson, 1955) R2 UK Optimum Home Entertainment

MR73 [Blu-ray] (Olivier Marchal, 2008) Phantom Sound & Vision

My Father My Lord (David Volach, 2007) - R2 UK Artificial Eye

The McMasters (Alf Kjellin, 1970) R2 UK Optimum Home Entertainment

Pirate Radio [Blu-ray] (Richard Curtis, 2009) - Universal (BEAVER REVIEW)

Up From The Depths / Demon Of Paradise [Roger Corman Cult Classics] Shout! Factory


Week of April 19th, 2010


Avatar: Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo [Blu-ray] (James Cameron, 2009) - 20th Century Fox

The Basketball Diaries [Blu-ray] (Scott Kalvert, 1995) Palm Pictures

Battleship Potemkin [Blu-ray] (Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1925) Kino Video

Crazy Heart [Blu-ray] (Scott Cooper , 2009) 20th Century Fox

Fist of Legend [Blu-ray] (Gordon Chan, 1994) Dragon Dynasty

K-20: Fiend With Twenty Faces (Shimako Sato, 2008) Viz Video

The Last Emperor [Blu-ray] (Bernardo Bertolucci, 1987) R'B' UK - Optimum

The Lovely Bones [Blu-ray] (Peter Jackson, 2009) Paramount

Minority Report [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 2002) Dreamworks Video

Nine [Blu-ray] (Rob Marshall, 2009) R'B' UK Entertainment in Video

Perry Mason: Season Five, Vol. 1 - Paramount

Summer Hours (Olivier Assayas, 2008) - Criterion

Summer Hours [Blu-ray] (Olivier Assayas, 2008) - Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Vigo - Passion For Life (Julien Temple, 1998) - R2 UK Park Circus

Vivre sa vie (Jean-Luc Godard, 1962) Criterion

Vivre sa vie [Blu-ray] (Jean-Luc Godard, 1962) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Young Victoria [Blu-ray] (Jean-Marc Vallée, 2009) Sony Pictures

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