Newsletter - FOR THE WEEK

OF July 23rd, 2012

  This Week's Highlights
Manao ahoana tompoko - Jean Renoir, Aki Kaurismäki, John Frankenheimer, Derek Jarman, David Lynch, Billy Wilder, Ghibli's greatest tear-jerker - and that's just on Blu-ray. We also have Jean Gremillon, Carol Reed, Pre-code, Zoltán Huszárik and more on DVD. Tack-on many important listings on the Upcoming Calendar with some Max Ophüls, Sydney Pollack, Alan J. Pakula, Robert Wise, Jules Dassin, Kar Wai Wong, Roman Polanski, John Schlesinger, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Yasujirô Ozu, and Fritz Lang, a Big Barnes + Noble Criterion sale continues HERE. We continue with our CONTEST clips with another brand new Criterion Blu-ray prize!

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Letter from an Unknown Woman [Blu-ray] (Max Ophüls, 1948) Olive Films

The Slender Thread [Blu-ray] (Sydney Pollack, 1965) Olive Films

The Sterile Cuckoo [Blu-ray] (Alan J. Pakula, 1969) Olive Films

Three Secrets [Blu-ray] (Robert Wise, 1950) Olive Films

Up Tight! [Blu-ray] (Jules Dassin, 1968) Olive Films

In the Mood for Love [Blu-ray] (Kar Wai Wong, 2000) Criterion

Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968) Criterion
Rosemary’s Baby [
Blu-ray] (Roman Polanski, 1968) Criterion

Sunday Bloody Sunday (John Schlesinger, 1971) - Criterion
Sunday Bloody Sunday [
Blu-ray] (John Schlesinger, 1971) - Criterion

The Forgiveness of Blood (Joshua Marston, 2011) - Criterion
The Forgiveness of Blood [
Blu-ray] (Joshua Marston, 2011) - Criterion

Eclipse Series 36: Three Wicked Melodramas from Gainsborough Pictures - Criterion

Grave of the Fireflies [Blu-ray] (Isao Takahata, 1988) RB UK Studio Canal

The Passion of Joan of Arc (Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1928) R2 UK Masters of Cinema
The Passion of Joan of Arc [
Blu-ray] (Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1928) RB UK Masters of Cinema

The Passion of Joan of Arc LE Steelbook [Blu-ray] (Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1928) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Floating Weeds (Yasujirô Ozu, 1959) R2 UK Masters of Cinema
Floating Weeds [
Blu-ray] (Yasujirô Ozu, 1959) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Park Row (Samuel Fuller, 1952) R2 UK Masters of Cinema

Trouble in Paradise (Ernst Lubitsch, 1932) R2 UK Masters of Cinema

Die Nibelungen (Fritz Lang, 1924) R2 UK Masters of Cinema

Die Nibelungen [Blu-ray] (Fritz Lang, 1924) RB UK Masters of Cinema

Gate of Hell (Teinosuke Kinugasa, 1953) R2 UK Masters of Cinema
Gate of Hell [
Blu-ray] (Teinosuke Kinugasa, 1953) RB UK Masters of Cinema

The Killing of a Chinese Bookie [Blu-ray] (John Cassavetes, 1976) RB UK BFI

Opening Night [Blu-ray] (John Cassavetes, 1977) RB UK BFI

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

Prometheus [Blu-ray] (Ridley Scott, 2012) RB UK 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

Ozu Collection - The Gangster Films - Walk Cheerfully (1930), That Night's Wife (1930), Dragnet Girl (1933) and A Straightforward Boy (1929) - R2 UK BFI

Maîtresse [Blu-ray] (Barbet Schroeder, 1975) RB UK BFI

The Client [Blu-ray] (Joel Schumacher, 1994) Warner

Pet Sematary [Blu-ray] (Mary Lambert, 1989) Paramount

Sick: The Life & Death of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist (Kirby Dick, 1997) R2 UK BFI

Red River Range [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1938) Olive Films

Overland Stage Raiders [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1938) Olive Films

Three Texas Steers [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1939) Olive Films

The Night Riders [Blu-ray] (George Sherman, 1939) Olive Films

The Milk of Sorrow [Blu-ray] (Claudia Llosa, 2009) Olive Films

Train of Life [Blu-ray] (Radu Mihaileanu, 1998) Olive Films

Dirty Pretty Things [Blu-ray] (Stephen Frears, 2002) Miramax Echo Bridge

The Blood Beast Terror [Blu-ray] (Vernon Sewell, 1968) RB UK Odeon Entertainment

East of Elephant Rock [Blu-ray] (Don Boyd, 1977) RB UK Odeon Entertainment

The Keys of the Kingdom [Blu-ray] (John M Stahl, 1944) RB UK Odeon Entertainment

Hitler's Children (Edward Dmytryk, 1943) R2 UK Odeon Entertainment


ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey): Hard to isolate one release as top this week as there were so many strong packages but Aki Kaurismaki's Le Havre shines brightly on Criterion Blu-ray. Ditto for David Lynch's The Straight Story - a marvelously human film - now available in 1080P. Isao Takahata's powerful Grave of the Fireflies tends to have even MORE emotional impact in the higher resolution. Somewhat comforting to see that Lionsgate's La Grande Illusion is up to transfer par with the European Blu-ray editions. The Most Dangerous Game gets a hi-def release from the heroic Flicker Alley. Derek Jarman's The Last of England 'experiment' via Blu-ray can make many nay-sayers now receptive. Frankenheimer's The Island of Dr. Moreau has less appeal than one might imagine upon re-visitation. On DVD we are privileged with the release of Eclipse Series 34: Jean Gremillon During the Occupation - magnificent cinema. Hungarian film Szindbad gets a very keen review from Eric. Columbia Pre-Code Collection is a gem. Carol Reed's The Way Ahead is a highly recommendable film and improved SD transfer from VCI. MoD's The Man I Married, with Joan Bennett has some economical suspense, and for Escape in the Fog are vintage entertainment. Late ADDITION: The Seven Year Itch on Blu-ray! Have a cool week!


The Seven Year Itch BD - Featuring one of the most iconic images in cinema history, this classic Billy Wilder comedy will seduce you on Blu-Ray. Marilyn Monroe lights up the screen as a voluptuous actress known only as "The Girl," who moves into the apartment above a married man named Richard (Tom Ewell.) While Richard's wife and son are away for the summer, his marriage vows are put to the ultimate test by The Girl's sexy charm and unwitting flirtations. Will the smitten Richard stay faithful or will he succumb to "the seven year itch"? Blu-ray Release Date: July 31st, 2012


La Grande Illusion BD - One of the very first prison escape movies, Grand Illusion is hailed as one of the greatest films ever made. Jean Renoir’s antiwar masterpiece stars Jean Gabin and Pierre Fresnay as French soldiers held in a World War I German prison camp, and Erich von Stroheim as the unforgettable Captain von Rauffenstein. Lionsgate Blu-ray DVD Release Date: July 31st, 2012

Escape in the Fog - It's the story of an expert in psychological warfare (William Wright) who is given a secret mission to deliver some wartime documents from San Francisco to the Far East. German agents, however, have gotten wind of the plan and spend the movie trying to capture Wright before he can leave the city. Before we see all this, however, we are introduced to a Navy nurse on leave (Nina Foch) who has a dream of Wright being attacked by two men on the foggy Golden Gate Bridge - but only after she awakes does she actually meet Wright. As she tries to figure out the meaning of her dream, she becomes his unwitting partner as he tries to outwit the Germans; naturally the two also fall for each other (in an unconvincing romantic subplot). DVD Release Date: July 3rd, 2010

The Man I Married - This cautionary pre-World War II drama stars Joan Bennett as an American girl who falls in love and marries a German (Francis Lederer) in 1938. At first he seems charming, but Joan discovers that her husband is slowly being seduced by the Nazi Party. Determined to leave, Bennett is forced to battle Lederer for custody of their child, whom the husband plans to raise as a budding Fascist. The Nazi is foiled by his father (Otto Kruger), who crushes Lederer's "iron will" by informing his son that his own mother was Jewish. At 77 minutes, The Man I Married cuts out all slack, and the result is a taut, exciting melodrama. DVD Release Date: July, 2010

Le Havre BD - In this warmhearted comic yarn from Aki Kaurismäki, fate throws the young African refugee Idrissa (Blondin Miguel) into the path of Marcel Marx (André Wilms), a kindly old bohemian who shines shoes for a living in the French harbor city Le Havre. With inborn optimism and the support of his tight-knit community, Marcel stands up to the officials doggedly pursuing the boy for deportation. A political fairy tale that exists somewhere between the reality of contemporary France and the classic French cinema of the past, Le Havre is a charming, deadpan delight and one of the Finnish director’s finest films. Blu-ray Release date: July 29th, 2012

Grave of the Fireflies BD - The strength of "Grave of the Fireflies" lies in Takahata's evenhanded portrayal of the characters. A sympathetic doctor, the greedy aunt, the disinterested cousins all know there is little they can do for Seita and Setsuko. Their resources, like their country's, are already overtaxed: anything they spare endangers their own survival. As in the "Barefoot Gen" films, no mention is made of Japan's role in the war as an aggressor; but the depiction of the needless suffering endured by its victims transcends national and ideological boundaries. Blu-ray Release Date: July 17th, 2012

The Island of Dr. Moreau BD - John Frankenheimer's nasty new screen version of ''The Island of Dr. Moreau'' brings fur-bearing special effects to H. G. Wells's century-old novel about a mad scientist melding humans and animals on a remote island. Talk about out-of-control experiments: the film combines the subversive high jinks of Val Kilmer, playing a jaded young scientist in full Lizard King mode, with those of Marlon Brando. Mr. Brando's performance will be deemed interestingly audacious only by those who found ''Apocalypse Now'' too sane. Blu-ray Release date: July 24th, 2012

The Last of England BD - One of Derek Jarman's most personal and innovative films, The Last of England is a devastating vision of 80s Britain. Images of war and urban decay are intercut with Jarman's own childhood home movies, creating a shocking yet beautiful and poetic film with a much praised soundtrack. A powerful and haunting work from one of Britain's most creative filmmakers and starring Academy Award Winner Tilda Swinton (We Need To Talk About Kevin, Michael Clayton). Blu-ray Release date: July 24th, 2012

The Straight Story BD - David Lynch offers an uncharacteristically straightforward and warmly sentimental approach to his material in this film, based on a true story, about an elderly man's journey to reconcile with his brother. Alvin Straight (Richard Farnsworth) is an ailing widower in his early 70's who lives in Laurens, Iowa with his daughter, Rose (Sissy Spacek), who is mildly retarded and has a speech defect. Alvin doesn't trust doctors, despite suffering from emphysema and a bad hip. Alvin learns that his brother Lyle (Harry Dean Stanton) has suffered a stroke and may not have long to live. Alvin and Lyle haven't spoken in 10 years, which Alvin says is mainly a matter of pride and alcohol; Alvin wants to clear his slate with his brother before it's too late. However, Lyle lives in Wisconsin, and Alvin has little money, no car, and no driver's license. He does, however, have a riding lawn mower, and so Alvin hops on board and heads northeast to Wisconsin, hoping to make it while there's still time. Along the way, Alvin makes new friends and refuses to give up on his journey, despite frequent mechanical breakdowns. Richard Farnsworth's performance as Alvin earned him an Academy Award nomination as Best Actor; it would prove to be his final screen appearance, as he died a year after the film's release. Blu-ray Release Date: July, 2012

The Way Ahead - Carol Reed's lump-in-the-throat, flag-waver still packs a powerful punch and his semi-documentary technique provides a realistic grittiness to the on screen action. A highly talented cast moves this impressive wartime story on, as we observe a motley crew of young recruits, as they learn to become soldiers, through to the end of the film when they must prove themselves against the enemy. Film debut of Trevor Howard. Originally released in the U.S. in a shortened, more serious version titled "The Immortal Battalion". DVD Release Date: July 25th, 2012

Dark Mirror - When photographer Deoborah (Lisa Vidal, THE BLUE DINER), her computer programmer husband Jim (David Chisum, FLIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD), and their son Ian (Joshua Pelegrin) move into an old house in the Los Angeles subburbs, Deborah is unnerved by glimpses of a hooded figure watching their house, prying and exhibitionist neighbors, and strange things seen through the house's mirrors and window glass (including doorways that shouldn't be there). DVD Release Date: September 3rd, 2012

Szindbad - Regarded as one of the great 'lost' masterpieces of international cinema, Zoltán Huszárik's 1971 film is finally available for the first time on DVD. A surreal and highly stylized adaptation of the early 20th century writings of author Gyula Krúdy, the film depicts the life, loves and memories of traveller and womanizer Szindbád (played by the great Hungarian actor Zoltán Latinovits), as he contemplates his life of hedonism and impropriety and who tries to recover his great lost love before he dies. Evoking time and memory to extraordinary effect, Szindbád is a filmic elegy that is both lyrical and surreal - an experience unlike anything in modern cinema. DVD Release Date: July 11th, 2011

Columbia Pre-Code Collection - Turner Classic Movies and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment present The Columbia Pre-Code Collection; five films in which the working class heroines have more to overcome than just dubious occupations or notorious reputations. Made before the Motion Picture Production Code was rigidly enforced in July of 1934, these films traffic in subject matter than would soon become taboo on the screen and be banned or removed by the censors such as premarital sex, prostitution, infidelity, suicide and criminal activities. DVD Release Date: July 2nd, 2012

Eclipse Series 34: Jean Gremillon During the Occupation - Though little known outside of France, Jean Grémillon was a consummate filmmaker from his country’s golden age. A classical violinist who turned to directing, he went on to make almost fifty films—from documentaries to avant-garde works to melodramas with major stars—in a thirty-year career. Three of his richest came during a dire period in French history: Remorques, starring Jean Gabin, was begun in 1939 but finished and released after Germany invaded France, and Lumičre d’été and Le ciel est ŕ vous were produced during the occupation. These character-driven dramas, the first two co-written by legendary screenwriter Jacques Prévert, are humane, entertaining, and technically brilliant, and prove Grémillon to be one of cinema’s true hidden masters. DVD Release Date: July 24th, 2012

The Most Dangerous Game BD - “One of the best and most literate movies from the great days of horror,” The Most Dangerous Game stars Leslie Banks as a big game hunter with a taste for the world’s most exotic prey—his houseguests, played by Fay Wray and Joel McCrea. Before making history with 1933’s King Kong, filmmakers Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack wowed audiences with their chilling adaptation of this Richard Connell short story. Blu-ray Release Date: July 3rd, 2012

 Next 4 weeks on the Calendar

July 23rd, 2012


La Cérémonie [Blu-ray] (Claude Chabrol, 1995) RB UK Artificial Eye (BEAVER REVIEW)

Deep Blue Sea [Blu-ray] (Terence Davies, 2011) Music Box Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Endeavour [Blu-ray] (Colm McCarthy, 2012) PBS

Eclipse Series 34: Jean Grémillon During the Occupation - (Remorques - 1941, Lumičre d'été - 1943, Le ciel est ŕ vous - 1944) - Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Forever Marilyn Collection [Blu-ray] (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Seven Year Itch, How To Marry A Millionaire, Some Like It Hot) RB UK Fox Home Entertainment (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

Hawks and Sparrows (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1966) R2 UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

Island of Dr Moreau [Blu-ray] (John Frankenheimer, 1996) New Line (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Kid with a Bike [Blu-ray] (Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne, 2011) RB UK Artificial Eye (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Last Days of Disco [Blu-ray] (Whit Stillman, 1998) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Last of England [Blu-ray] (Derek Jarman, 1988) Lorber (BEAVER REVIEW)

Metropolitan [Blu-ray] (Whit Stillman, 1990) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

Mystery Men [Blu-ray] (Kinka Usher, 1999) Universal (BEAVER REVIEW)

Pigsty (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1969) R2 UK Masters of Cinema (BEAVER REVIEW)

La ardilla roja (The Red Squirrel) (Julio Medem, 1993) Bayview

The Straight Story [Blu-ray] (David Lynch, 1999) RA JP (BEAVER REVIEW)

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season One [Blu-ray] - Paramount

They Made Me a Fugitive [Blu-ray] (Alberto Cavalcanti, 1947) - Kino (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Way Ahead (Carol Reed, 1944) VCI Entertainment (BEAVER REVIEW)



July 30th, 2012


Barbarella [Blu-ray] (Roger Vadim, 1968) UK Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Beach [Blu-ray] (Danny Boyle, 2000) RB UK 20th Century Fox

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

Body and Soul [Blu-ray] (Robert Rossen, 1947) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Fela Kuti: Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense & Berliner Jazztage '78 (Double Feature) - Lorber

Fire with Fire [Blu-ray] (Duncan Gibbins, 1986) Olive Films

Firstborn [Blu-ray] (Michael Apted, 1984) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Forever Marilyn Collection [Blu-ray] (There's No Business Like Show Business, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, River Of No Return, The Seven Year Itch, How To Marry A Millionaire, Some Like It Hot, the Misfits) Fox Home Entertainment (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)  (BEAVER REVIEW)

Force of Evil [Blu-ray] (Abraham Polonsky, 1948) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes [Blu-ray] (Howard Hawks, 1953) Fox

La Grande Illusion [Blu-ray] (Jean Renoir, 1937) Lions Gate (BEAVER REVIEW)

Le Havre (Aki Kaurismäki, 2011) Criterion

Le Havre [Blu-ray] (Aki Kaurismäki, 2011) Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

How to Marry a Millionaire [Blu-ray] (Jean Negulesco, 1953) Fox

London Boulevard [Blu-ray] (William Monahan, 2010) Region Free DE Universal

The Night Porter [Blu-ray] (Liliana Cavani, 1974) RB UK Anchor Bay

River of No Return [Blu-ray] (Otto Preminger, 1954) Fox

The Seven Year Itch [Blu-ray] (Billy Wilder, 1955) Fox (BEAVER REVIEW)

There's No Business Like Show Business [Blu-ray] (Walter Lang, 1954) Fox

Total Recall (Mind-Bending Edition) [Blu-ray] (Paul Verhoeven, 1990) Lions Gate

The Whisperer in Darkness [Blu-ray] (Sean Branney, 2011) Microcinema


August 6th, 2012


The Boogens [Blu-ray] (James L. Conway, 1981) Olive Films

Bound [Blu-ray] (Wachowski bros. ,1996) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Casino Royale [Blu-ray] (Ken Hughes, John Huston etc., 1967) R2 UK 20th Century Fox (BEAVER REVIEW)

Class of Nuke 'Em High [Blu-ray] (Richard W. Haines, Lloyd Kaufman, 1986) RB UK Arrow Academy

Clue [Blu-ray] (Jonathan Lynn, 1985) Paramount

Delicacy [Blu-ray] (David Foenkinos, Stéphane Foenkinos, 2011) RB UK Studio Canal

Fallen Angels [Blu-ray] (Kar Wai Wong, 1995) RB UK Artificial Eye

Full Metal Jacket [Blu-ray] (Stanley Kubrick, 1987) 25th Anniversary (Blu-ray Book Packaging) Warner

Grosse Pointe Blank [Blu-ray] (George Armitage, 1997) Disney

Le Havre [Blu-ray] (Aki Kaurismäki, 2011) RB UK Artificial Eye

High Fidelity [Blu-ray] (Stephen Frears, 2000) - Disney

The Incredible Mr. Limpet [Blu-ray] (Arthur Lubin, 1964) Warner

Johnny Guitar [Blu-ray] (Nicholas Ray, 1954) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Rio Grande [Blu-ray] (John Ford, 1950) Olive Films (BEAVER REVIEW)

Sebastiane [Blu-ray] (Derek Jarman, 1976) Kino

The Tempest [Blu-ray] (Derek Jarman, 1979) Kino


August 13th, 2012


Dexter: The Complete Sixth Season [Blu-ray] Showtime

Fallen [Blu-ray] (Gregory Hoblit, 1998) Warner

Fernando Di Leo's: Madness (Vacanze per un massacro - 1980) Raro

The Hunger Games [Blu-ray] (Gary Ross, 2012) Lions Gate

Jaws [Blu-ray] (Steven Spielberg, 1975) (Blu-ray + DVD + UV Digital Copy + Digital Copy) (Universal's 100th Anniversary) - Universal

Kill List [Blu-ray] (Ben Wheatley, 2011) MPI

Korczak [Blu-ray] (Andrzej Wajda, 1990) Kino

New Jack City [Blu-ray] (Mario Van Peeples, 1991) Warner

La promesse (Luc Dardenne and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, 1996) Criterion

La promesse [Blu-ray]  (Luc Dardenne and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, 1996) Criterion

Romeo Must Die [Blu-ray] (Andrzej Bartkowiak, 2000) Warner

Rosetta (Luc Dardenne and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, 1999) Criterion

Rosetta [Blu-ray] (Luc Dardenne and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, 1999) Criterion

The Royal Tenenbaums [Blu-ray] (Wes Anderson, 2001) Criterion

Shaft [Blu-ray] (Gordon Parks, 1971) Olive Films

Les Vampires: 2-Disc [Blu-ray] (Louis Feuillade, 1915-16) Kino


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