Newsletter - FOR THE WEEK OF August 31st, 2009


This Week's Highlights

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Farber on Film: The Complete Film Writings of Manny Farber - Library of America

Like You Know It All (Sang-soo Hong, 2009) R3 HK PRE.GM

Fight Club  [Blu-ray] (David Fincher, 1999) Twentieth Century Fox

Gomorrah (Matteo Garrone, 2008) Criterion Collection

Gomorrah [Blu-ray] (Matteo Garrone, 2008) Criterion Collection

The Golden Age of Television - Criterion Collection

Downhill Racer (Michael Ritchie, 1969) Criterion Collection

A Christmas Tale (Arnaud Desplechin, 2008) - Criterion Collection

Seven Samurai  [Blu-ray] (Akira Kurosawa, 1954) R'A' Toho YesAsia, CDJapan, Amazon.JP

The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (Tony Scott, 2009) Sony Pictures

The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 [Blu-ray] (Tony Scott, 2009) Sony Pictures

Gone with the Wind [Blu-ray] (Victor Fleming, 1939) Warner

The Answer Man (John Hindman, 2009) Magnolia

The Answer Man [Blu-ray] (John Hindman, 2009) Magnolia

The Narrows (François Velle, 2008) Image Entertainment

The Narrows [Blu-ray] (François Velle, 2008) Image Entertainment

Superman: The Complete Animated Series (8-disc) - Warner Home Video

Family Guy Presents: Something Something Something Dark Side [Blu-ray] - 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

X-Men Trilogy + X-Men Origins: Wolverine [Blu-ray]- 20th Century Fox

The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 7: 1952-1954 - Sony Pictures

Is Anybody There? [Blu-ray] (John Crowley, 2008) Magnolia

Secondhand Lions [Blu-ray] (Tim McCanlies, 2003) - New Line Home Video

The Claudette Colbert Collection - (Three-Cornered Moon, Maid of Salem, I Met Him in Paris, Bluebeard's Eighth Wife, No Time for Love and The Egg and I) – Universal

Wolf / Dracula / Frankenstein Trilogy [Blu-ray] - Sony Pictures

Monsters, Inc, [Blu-ray] (Pete Docter, 2001) Walt Disney Video

The Wolfman (Universal Legacy Series) (George Waggner, 1941) - Universal Studios

Kevin Smith Box Set [Blu-ray] (Clerks, Chasing Amy and Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back) – Miramax

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Two-Disc Special Edition) [Blu-ray] (Michael Bay, 2009) – Paramount

Phantom/Die Finanzen Des Großherzogs - R2 UK - Masters of Cinema

The Exiles (Kent MacKenzie, 1961) - R2 UK – BFI

The Innocents [Blu-ray] (Jack Clayton, 1961) - R2 UK – BFI

Paris vu par... (Chabrol , Godard, Rohmer etc.,1965) - R2 UK - Artificial Eye

The Last Thakur (Sadik Ahmed, 2008) - R2 UK - Artificial Eye

The Blood (Pedro Costa, 1989) - R2 UK - Second Run,

Coco Before Chanel (Anne Fontaine, 2009) R'2 UK – Optimum

Coco Before Chanel [Blu-ray] (Anne Fontaine, 2009) R'B' UK – Optimum

The Holly and the Ivy (George More O'Ferrall, 1952) R2 UK – Optimum

Orphan (Jaume Collet-Serra, 2009) R2 UK – Optimum

Orphan [Blu-ray] (Jaume Collet-Serra, 2009) R'B' UK – Optimum

Rider On The Rain (René Clément, 1970) R2 UK – Optimum

Dead Man's Shoes [Blu-ray]  (Dead Man's Shoes (2004) R'B' UK – Optimum

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ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey):  Plenty of worthwhile releases this newsletter. It's hard to deny Masaki Kobayashi’s mammoth humanist drama The Human Condition. Criterion have vastly improved upon the older, out-of-print package of Image Entertainment DVDs. It surely must be this newsletter's edition of the week. However, for a tremendous deal you (Yes, YOU) can own an excellent edition of John Ford's Wagon Master for less than $15. Nuff' said. The Terrence Malick scripted and directed The New World is easy rated as a masterpiece and the Blu-ray achieves the best ever home theater presentation. I also really enjoyed Franju’s poetic La Tete Contre Les Murs - as I did David Mamet’s Homicide. Thanks MoC and Criterion respectively. Yamada Yoji knows how to tug on this reviewer's heart strings and his Kabei - Our Mother deserves the 1080P treatment. The Philip Noyce thriller Dead Calm stills holds up well today as riveting and entertaining cinema - the Blu-ray has some very viable benefits. I think that we've come to the conclusion that Zhang Yimou’s 'Hero' probably won't look any better than the Miramax Blu-ray rendering, but we can hope someone gives the original audio the HD treatment. If I was to choose only one Bruce Lee film - I'd go for The Big Boss - and it looks impressive in Blu-ray. Olivier - Leigh - That Hamilton Woman - Criterion - yes. I didn't at all dislike High Crimes but it's more of a popcorn night. Leonard endorses Season One of Sons of Anarchy and Eric gives up exposure to some of cinema's less-acclaimed side with Night of the Dribbler, Choke Canyon and Exploitation Cinema: Teenage Graffiti & Teenage Mother.


Kabei - Our Mother - After the success of his "Samurai Trilogy", renowned director Yamada Yoji draws acclaim and accolades once more with the wartime drama Kabei - Our Mother. Based on Nogami Teruyo's memoirs, Kabei follows a normal, loving family as their innocent, bustling lives are forever transformed by the war. Veteran actress Yoshinaga Sayuri is the picture of dignity and grace as a strong and elegant woman who holds her family together in her husband's absence, while acclaimed actor Asano Tadanobu disappears into the role of an awkward, affable writer who becomes the unlikely hero for a struggling family. Also co-starring Dan Rei from Love and Honor, Kabei is a triumph in humanistic storytelling, breaking hearts with its realistic characters, sensitive depictions, and precious moments of laughter and tears. DVD Release Date: September 8th, 2009

That Hamilton Woman - One of cinema’s most dashing duos, real-life spouses Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier live their greatest on-screen romance in this visually dazzling tragic love story from legendary producer-director Alexander Korda. Set against the backdrop of the Napoleonic Wars of the late eighteenth century, That Hamilton Woman is a gripping account of the scandalous adulterous affair between the British Royal Navy officer Lord Horatio Nelson and the renowned beauty Emma, Lady Hamilton, the wife of a British ambassador. With its grandly designed sea battles and formidable star performances, That Hamilton Woman (Winston Churchill’s favorite movie, which he claimed to have seen over eighty times) brings history to vivid, glamorous life. DVD Release Date: September 8th, 2008

La Tete Contre Les Murs - Compassionate yet unflinching, La Tête contre les murs is a bold precursor to the likes of Samuel Fuller’s Shock Corridor and Milos Forman’s One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, revealing Franju’s poetic gift for creating images both concrete and evocative, and an ominous hint of the clinical horrors yet to come in Les yeux sans visage. DVD Release Date: September 21st, 2009

BR - Zhang Yimou’s latest feature film “Hero” is a box office phenomenon in China and also the most costly Asian film ever made tipping the scales at about 240 million HK$. It would immediately spark comparisons to Ang Lee’s “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” for aggressive use of the absurdist martial arts ballet sequences with all but the remnants of supporting wires gracefully floating fiery combatants of a duel. Asian cinema has been producing these extravaganzas for years prior to “Crouching Tiger...” but many western audiences garnered their first exposure with Lee’s action infused soap opera. Blu-ray Release Date: September 15th, 2009

Homicide - In David Mamet’s cinema, nothing is as it seems—so you better know what you’re looking for. Unfortunately, the protagonist of Mamet’s nightmarish urban odyssey Homicide, inner-city police detective Bobby Gold (Joe Mantegna), is as bewildered about who he is as who (or what) he’s after. Gold’s investigation, following the murder of an elderly Jewish candy-shop owner, leads him down a path of obscure encounters and clues, to a profound reckoning with his own identity. Filled with Mamet’s trademark verbal play and featuring standout supporting performances from William H. Macy, Ving Rhames, and Rebecca Pidgeon, Homicide is a taut, rich work from a true American original. DVD Release Date: September 8th, 2009

Wagon Master - Collectivity is one of Ford’s grandest and most persistent themes, and it comes to the fore in this small-scale western with no stars than remained one of Ford’s personal favorites. The minimal plot focuses on the various interactions between half a dozen separate groups: ornery outlaws (who kill a bartender out of spite in the pre-credits sequence), horse traders (Ford regulars Harry Carey Jr. and Ben Johnson), traveling Mormons (including a couple of more Ford standbys, Ward Bond and Jane Darwell) who hire the horse traders to help them out, show people (including Joanne Dru and Alan Mowbray), lawmen, and Indians. Furthermore, this may be the closest Ford ever got to making a musical, another form that’s usually collective in spirit; the Sons of the Pioneers--a vocal group that Ford would use again on his next feature, the last and least of his cavalry-trilogy films, Rio Grande--sings no less than four songs, and when cowpokes Carey and Johnson decide to join the Mormons, their decision is expressed by singing the movie’s theme song. DVD Release Date: September 15th, 2009

Night of the Dribbler - A smiling, basketball masked assailant is maiming and killing (in various ridiculous ways) members of the Watergate Plumbers basketball team. The coach (Fred Travalena, who plays two other characters as well) seems more concerned with winning the season than the number of bodies piling up. Is the killer waterboy/wannabe player Stanley Bates? His pipe and slippers father? One of the opposing team? Zucker Brothers-type sight gag comedy and Travalena's Leslie Nielsen-style delivery as the coach (one of three roles he plays) is more miss than hit (but there are a few laugh-worthy moments). As usual, the actors playing the college students are all too old and the eighties hair and clothes are simply atrocious (as is the music which was seemingly inspired by that annoying eighties Yello hit "Oh Yeah"). Director Bravman is more concerned with every single character's quirks and background jokes than what plot there is and the cookie cutter slasher structuring of the scenes just escapes the mechanical feel by the runaway pacing but even the amused commentators are hard-pressed to be complimentary at length. DVD Release Date: September 8th, 2009

Choke Canyon - While it might have seemed like a run-of-the-mill low budget action pic when first released (more so with the onscreen British release title ON DANGEROUS GROUND), CHOKE CANYON proves to be quite a riveting film with ambitious stunt and special effects work (only the model work sometimes seems ropey) and a refreshing sense of humor. Collins makes for a likable and resourceful "cowboy physicist" and his retaliations against the various thugs who come after him are entertaining and gratifying. Svenson (who was also in the Assonitis-produced AMOK TRAIN) makes for a great relentless bad guy (though his primary antagonistic presence gives co-star Lance Henriksen little to do than look sinister; Henriksen was also in the Assonitis-produced THE VISITOR forthcoming from Code Red). Sylvester Levay's (better known for his arrangements for other Hollywood composers of the time like Giorgio Moroder) score is well-suited but sounds now very much like eighties action flick music. DVD Release Date: June 23rd, 2009

Exploitation Cinema: Teenage Graffiti & Teenage Mother - TEENAGE GRAFFITI focuses on farmboy Josh (Michael Driscoll) who has just graduated from high school and is planning to leave for college. His foster parents show him more affection than they do their own sons who resent Josh even more when he is gifted with a sports car as a graduation present. Josh also becomes friendly with the afluent Carters who are at the other end of the social scale to his family. When his foster father offers Josh the farm to prevent him from leaving (after a misunderstanding with the Carters anyone else could see coming a mile away), his psychotic foster brothers try to kill him. Believed dead, Josh is rescued by a philosophic hermit and must decide whether to go back or run away. The directorial debut of producer/distributor Jerry Gross (in his pre-Cinemation days), TEENAGE MOTHER is undeniably an exploitation film but it also kind of feels like an educational scare film marked as a piece of juvenile schlock cinema. From the over-the-top portrayals of repressive adults, angry parents, noirish drug dealers, psychotic thugs, troubled young lovers, and well-meaning idealistic teachers (including an early appearance by Fred Willard as the squeaky clean coach) to the too perfectly wrapped up "lesson learned" ending fade-out, TEENAGE MOTHER comes across as a loopy dramatization rather than a fictional film. DVD Release Date: August 25th, 2009

Fist of Fury
BR - The raw, powerful fighting skills of Bruce Lee have never been so potently portrayed as in Fist of Fury (a.k.a. The Chinese Connection)! This classic tale of a student avenging his master's death rises to higher cinematic levels thanks to its charged setting of 1908 Shanghai, when Japanese-Chinese tensions were at their most explosive. Chen Zhen (Bruce Lee) arrives back in Shanghai to attend the funeral of his master, famed boxer Ho Yuan Chia, founder of the Ching Wu Martial Arts School. Days later, the grieving school receives an anti-Semitic message from the Japanese Association, and Chen Zhen storms over to vent his pent-up fury. His actions spark a power struggle in Shanghai, which is further complicated by the shocking revelation that his master was poisoned! Flying fists and flailing bodies are the result of Chen Zhen's righteous fury in Fist of Fury, an emotional and exhilarating kung-fu drama that showcases Bruce Lee at his absolute best! Blu-ray Release Date: August 6th, 2009

The Big Boss
BR - Bruce Lee's big screen break came in director Lo Wei's The Big Boss, a wildly successful kung-fu film that made the legendary screen icon into a powerful box-office force! Chang Chow An (Bruce Lee) is a reluctant warrior who promises his mother to leave his violent days behind him. Chang goes to live with his uncle and gets a job at the local ice factory. But something is amiss at the factory. Chang's co-workers begin to mysteriously disappear, and Chang himself is distracted by the evil "Big Boss", who uses power, money and women to direct Chang's attentions elsewhere. But when Chang learns once and for all that the Big Boss is a bad man, it's time to let the dragon out of the bottle! It all comes down to knock-down kung-fu showdowns featuring Bruce Lee's trademark power and charismatic flair! Known to American audiences as Fists of Fury, The Big Boss is required viewing by anyone who considers themself a Bruce Lee fan. Blu-ray Release Date: August 6th, 2009

The Human Condition - Masaki Kobayashi’s mammoth humanist drama is one of the most staggering achievements of Japanese cinema. Originally filmed and released in three parts, the nine-and-a-half-hour The Human Condition (Ningen no joken), adapted from Junpei Gomikawa’s six-volume novel, tells of the journey of the well-intentioned yet naive Kaji (handsome Japanese superstar Tatsuya Nakadai) from labor camp supervisor to Imperial Army soldier to Soviet POW. Constantly trying to rise above a corrupt system, Kaji time and again finds his morals an impediment rather than an advantage. A raw indictment of its nation’s wartime mentality as well as a personal existential tragedy, Kobayashi’s riveting, gorgeously filmed epic is novelistic cinema at its best. DVD Release Date: September 8th, 2009

Dead Calm
BR - Thriller specialist Philip Noyce (Patriot Games, The Saint) directs three splendid actors - Sam Neill (Jurassic Park), Nicole Kidman (Eyes Wide Shut) and Billy Zane (Titanic) - in riveting performances. Joe and Rae Ingram (Neill and Kidman) do the right thing and rescue the half-delirious sole survivor (Zane) of a crippled schooner. But soon the stranger will plunge the unwary pair into an intense battle of cat and mouse. And life or death. Blu-ray Release date: September 8th, 2009

The New World
BR - It is so refreshing to see such poetic images that can speak luminous volumes in a modern epically proportioned film. Based on the classic Pocahontas and John Smith legend, director Terrence Malick scripted this penetrating drama of conflict between Native Americans and English settlers in the 17th century 'New World'. The heart of each film in Malick's sporadic oeuvre (a twenty year break between his second and third films - Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line) must be cinematography. This is shot in Virginia by Emmanuel Lubezki, and continually overwhelms us with beauty, wild detail and washes us clean like a breath of mountain air. With organic precision Malick crafts films that can only be his own - a fervent pioneer in a profession spilling over with copycats. An elegant visionary peeling away contemptible overused ploys and centering his cast, crew and lenses on adventure, romance with the grace of your senses. Masterpiece seems an understatement. Blu-ray Release Date: September 8th, 2009

High Crimes
BR - This is the second movie Judd and Freeman have made together (after "Kiss the Girls" in 1997). They're both good at projecting a kind of Southern intelligence that knows its way around the frailties of human nature. Although Freeman refers to himself as the "wild card" in the movie, actually that role belongs to Caviezel, whose very identity is called into question by the military charges. "Is your name Tom Chapman?" Claire asks her husband at one point. She no longer knows the answer. Blu-ray Release date: September 1st, 2009

Sons of Anarchy - Season One
BR - In September of 2008, Fox's FX channel premiered Sons of Anarchy, developed by Kurt Sutter, a former writer/producer for one of FX's most popular and most critically acclaimed series, The Shield. While there are obvious nods to The Sopranos and a sly set-up reminiscent of Hamlet, Sons of Anarchy stands on its own terms. Blu-ray Release date: August 18th, 2008

Next 3 weeks on the Calendar


Week of August 31st, 2009

Blacula/Scream Blacula Scream - 20th Century Fox

Braveheart [Blu-ray] (Mel Gibson, 1995) Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)

Diary For My Children (Márta Mészáros, 1084) R2 UK Second Run

Gladiator [Blu-ray] (Ridley Scott, 2000) Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)

Gaumont Treasures: 1897-1913 - Kino

High Crimes [Blu-ray] (Carl Franklin, 2002) Twentieth Century Fox (BEAVER REVIEW)

M*A*S*H [Blu-ray] (Robert Altman, 1970) Twentieth Century Fox (BEAVER REVIEW)

Monster [Blu-ray] (Patty Jenkins, 2003) First Look Pictures (BEAVER REVIEW)

Sin Nombre (Cary Fukunaga , 2009) Universal

State of Play [Blu-ray] (Kevin Macdonald, 2009) Universal Studios (BEAVER REVIEW)

TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection: Horror (House of Wax 1953 / The Haunting 1963 / Freaks / Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1941) - Warner

Werner Herzog - Natural World Boxset [Blu-ray] (includes Encounters at the End of the world, Grizzly Man, White Diamond, La Soufriere & Flying Doctors of East Africa) - R'B' - revolver Entertainment

Withnail & I [Blu-ray] (Bruce Robinson, 1987) R'B' UK Starz


Week of September 7th, 2009

Catwoman [Blu-ray] (Pitof, 2004) Warner Home Video

The Country Teacher (Bohdan Slama, 2008) Film Movement

Creepshow [Blu-ray] (George A. Romero, 1982) Warner

Dead Calm [Blu-ray] (Phillip Noyce, 1989) Warner Home Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Girl Cut in Two (Claude Chabrol, 2007) R2 UK Artificial Eye

Homicide (David Mamet, 1991) - Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Human Condition - 4-disc (Masaki Kobayashi, 1959) - Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

Kabei (Yoji Yamada, 2008) Strand Releasing (BEAVER REVIEW)

Model Shop (Jacques Demy, 1969) Sony Pictures

The New World [Blu-ray] (Terrence Malick, 2005) New Line Home Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Postman [Blu-ray] (Kevin Costner, 1997) Warner

Punch-Drunk Love [Blu-ray]  (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2002) R'B' - Sony Pictures

The Pursuit of Happiness (Robert Mulligan, 1971) Sony Pictures

Requiem for a Dream [Blu-ray] (Darren Aronofsky, 2000) Lions Gate

Silverado [Blu-ray] (Lawrence Kasdan, 1985) Sony Pictures

Straw Dogs [Blu-ray] (Sam Peckinpah, 1971) R'B' UK Fremantle

That Hamilton Woman (Alexander Korda, 1941) - Criterion (BEAVER REVIEW)


Week of September 14th, 2009

An American Werewolf in London Full Moon [Blu-ray] (John Landis, 1981) Universal

Angel-A [Blu-ray] (Luc Besson, 2005) R'B' - Optimum

Angels & Demons [Blu-ray] (Ron Howard, 2009) R'B' Uk Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Army of Darkness Screwhead Edition [Blu-ray] (Sam Raimi, 1992) Universal

Atlantis [Blu-ray] (Luc Besson, 1991) R'B' - Optimum

The Big Blue [Blu-ray] (Luc Besson, 1988) R'B' - Optimum

Camille [Blu-ray] (Gregory Mackenzie, 2007) National Entertainment Media

Chaplin Keystone Collection - R2 'UK' BFI

Deep Impact [Blu-ray] (Mimi Leder, 1998) Paramount

Easy Rider [Blu-ray] (Dennis Hopper, 1969) R'B' UK Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Easy Virtue [Blu-ray] (Stephan Elliott, 2008) Sony Pictures

The Exiles (Kent MacKenzie, 1961) R2 UK BFI

Le Dernier Combat [Blu-ray] (Luc Besson, 1983) R'B' - Optimum

The Firm [Blu-ray] (Sydney Pollack, 1993) Paramount

Full Battle Rattle (Tony Gerber + Jesse Moss, 2008) First Run Features

Gervaise (René Clément, 1956) Criterion - Essential Arthouse

The Hannibal Lecter Anthology [Blu-ray] (Hannibal, The Silence of the Lambs) - MGM

Hero [Blu-ray] (Yimou Zhang, 2002) - Buena Vista Home Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

Iron Monkey [Blu-ray] (Woo-ping Yuen, 1993) Buena Vista Home Video

Le jour se lève (Marcel Carné, 1939) Criterion - Essential Arthouse

K-19: The Widowmaker [Blu-ray] (Kathryn Bigelow, 2002) Paramount

The Legend Of Drunken Master [Blu-ray] (Chia-Liang Liu, 1994) Buena Vista Home Video

Leon [Blu-ray] (Luc Besson, 1994) R'B' - Optimum

Lucky Star (Frank Borzage, 1929) R2 UK BFI

Mayerling (Anatole Litvak, 1936) Criterion - Essential Arthouse

Misery [Blu-ray] (Rob Reiner, 1990) MGM

Nikita (Luc Besson, 1990) [Blu-ray] R'B' - Optimum

Seventh Heaven (Frank Borzage, 1927) R2 UK BFI

Sex, Lies, and Videotape [Blu-ray] (Steven Soderbergh, 1989) Sony

Subway [Blu-ray] (Luc Besson, 1985) R'B' - Optimum

Van Helsing [Blu-ray] (Stephen Sommers, 2004) Universal

Wagon Master (John Ford, 1950) - Warner

The Wolfman (Universal Legacy Series) (George Waggner, 1941) - Universal Studios

X-Men Origins: Wolverine [Blu-ray] (Gavin Hood, 2009) - 20th Century Fox

X-Men Trilogy + X-Men Origins: Wolverine [Blu-ray]- 20th Century Fox

Zatôichi [Blu-ray] (Takeshi Kitano, 2003) Buena Vista Home Video

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