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OF October 26th, 2009


This Week's Highlights

Zdraveite! - 23 new reviews this week. This is probably our BIGGEST newsletter ever. Fritz Lang, King Vidor, Fred Zinnemann, Shohei Imamura, Wim Wenders, Douglas Sirk, Sam Fuller, the topical Roman Polanski and 2 (yes two!) Hitchcock's on Blu-ray! There are a few intriguing Calendar Updates,  continued sales and another contest (with a brand new Blu-ray prize) and more...
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The Big Blue [English Language] [Blu-ray] (Luc Besson, 1988) R'B' UK Optimum Home Entertainment

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ONE VOICE (not Ellsworth Monkton Toohey):  There is so much to recommend this newsletter. Starting with some Blu endorsements - 'The Master's' North By Northwest on Blu-ray will certainly be one of the most popular packages of the year - and rightly so. For those interested to see more captures - we've added a handful to showcase the deep red color HERE. Two totally different, but still wonderful films; Criterion's Wings of Desire in 1080P looks just beautiful and Pixar's Up tops that by appearing absolutely flawless in high-definition. The very human Forrest Gump remains amusing entertainment and the new The Taking of Pelham 123 is a gripping thrill-ride - especially in Blu. Fans of the 70's horror genre should appreciate The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue in the glory of the new format. Despite some disappointment and high expectations, The 39 Steps looked better than I have ever seen before. Polanski's The Pianist is not pristine but may represent the best existing hi-def transfer of the film. Sticking with Blu - Once Upon a Time in China also looks better than ever, if certainly imperfect - ditto for Harsh Times with Christian Bale. The DVD release of the week is an easy choice with The Collector's Choice: The Sam Fuller Film Collection fulfilling aficionados of both the director and the Noir style - with inclusions like Shockproof, Scandal Sheet, The Crimson Kimono and Underworld U.S.A. Some real effort was put into Shohei Imamura's masterful Black Rain via Animeigo. Fritz Lang's Scarlet Street finally gets an impressive progressive transfer. From Artificial Eye in the UK Kusturica’s Black Cat White Cat deserves consideration as does La Ville Est Tranquille . Although weak transfers - Zinnemann's The Men and Sirk's Summer Storm are, at least, both available to access the respective film via the versatile disc medium....


Forrest Gump BR - The screenplay by Eric Roth has the complexity of modern fiction, not the formulas of modern movies. Its hero, played by Tom Hanks, is a thoroughly decent man with an IQ of 75, who manages between the 1950s and the 1980s to become involved in every major event in American history. And he survives them all with only honesty and niceness as his shields. Blu-ray Release date: November 3rd, 2009

The Taking of Pelham 123
BR - Collaborating here with stars Denzel Washington and John Travolta, Scott puts those talents to use in this crisp, effective New York subway hostage drama. It's not the kind of film that dominates at the Oscars, but "Pelham" is so professionally done you rarely have the luxury of taking your eyes off the screen. Blu-ray Release date: November 3rd, 2009

BR - "Up" is a wonderful film, with characters who are as believable as any characters can be who spend much of their time floating above the rain forests of Venezuela. They have tempers, problems and obsessions. They are cute and goofy, but they aren't cute in the treacly way of little cartoon animals. They're cute in the human way of the animation master Hayao Miyazaki. Two of the three central characters are cranky old men, which is a wonder in this youth-obsessed era. "Up" doesn't think all heroes must be young or sweet, although the third important character is a nervy kid. This is another masterwork from Pixar, which is leading the charge in modern animation. Blu-ray Release date: November 10th, 2009

La Ville Est Tranquille - Like ''Nashville,'' the film is a sprawling mosaic of interlocking stories whose characters run the social gamut, from right-wing upper-class politicians to young North African immigrants to blue-collar dock workers. As much as the director grasps the anxieties of the city's well-heeled establishment, his sympathies lie with the sufferings of its underdogs, the struggles of its working class and the dreams of newcomers pouring into the city through its teeming harbor. If his identification with the common people recalls Frank Capra, the go-for-broke passion with which he expresses that vision is closer to Pier Paolo Pasolini. DVD Release Date: April 22nd, 2002

Messiah of Evil - MESSIAH OF EVIL is an underrated horror film with a laid-back 70's semi-arthouse atmosphere. Huyck and Katz cite Antonioni's L'AVVENTURA as an influence which is believable as they claim not to have seen horror films similar to MESSIAH like CARNIVAL OF SOULS, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, and LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH but cite shot references to PIERROT LE FOU and the heroine being named after a character from Pagnol's CHILDREN OF PARADISE. The film's horror themes draw less from horror films than from literature, specifically Lovecraft with references to "the old gods." DVD Release Date: October 27, 2009

The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue
BR - Pre-dating DAWN OF THE DEAD by four years, this gory, color-filled variation on NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD has a marvelous setting (exteriors in England, interiors in Rome) and a chilly atmosphere which builds up nicely from gothic horror to all-out gorefest. Director Jorge Grau originally wanted to direct a film about Elizabeth Bathroy but producer Edmondo Amati asked him to do NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD in color. Blu-ray Release Date: October 27th, 2009

Scarlet Street - A major box office hit in its day, despite being banned in three American states, Scarlet Street is seen by many as on of Fritz Lang s finest films during his American period. Its film-noire setting sees Edward G. Robinson in one of his most emphatic performances as a middle-aged cashier, Chris Cross, who has a chance meeting with the wayward Kitty (Joan Bennett). Trapped in an unfulfilling marriage and desperate to be a painter, Chris falls in love with Kitty. Kitty, however, is already under the spell of her conman boyfriend Johnny (Dan Duryea) and as Chris becomes obsessed with the irresistibly vulgar Kitty, Johnny senses an opportunity to extort money from the love struck cashier. DVD Release Date: September 22nd, 2008

Ghost Story - Described by Cinema Today as being like "a vintage P.G. Wodehouse story as it might have been ghosted by Edgar Allen Poe" GHOST STORY resembles not so much its Hammer, Tigon, Tyburn, and Amicus horror contemporaries so much as the shot-on-film BBC TV M.R. James "Ghost Story for Christmas" adaptation. Peter Hurst's stately cinematography creates a believable portrait of rural England in the thirties (even though the film was shot in India) and Ron Geesin's experimental score adds to the off-kilter atmosphere. Although the film's cult appeal is due to the presence of Marianne Faithful, the performances are excellent all around; specifically the lead trio (including Mackerrell who was the inspiration for the Withnail character in Bruce Robinson's WITHNAIL AND I). Deliberately paced and understated, GHOST STORY will prove rewarding to patient and attentive viewers. DVD Release Date: November 9th, 2009

Bones - Season 4 -
BR - The leading scientist at the Forensic Division at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington D.C. is the celebrated Dr. Temperance “Bones” Brennan (Emily Deschanel), forensic anthropologist and writer of crime novels. What she has in smarts she makes up for in her lack of social skills. Of the concept of nuance, she doesn’t know from. On the other hand, or perhaps the same hand, the rules she operates by in her personal life strike Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) as specious and promiscuous. Seeley is a straight arrow guy and lives by the Ten Commandments. He knows his way around a conversation and makes his points with a certain snappy flair. Blu-ray Release date: October 6, 2009

Hallelujah - Hallelujah is a cinematic milestone: the first all-black feature from a major studio and famed director King Vidor's (The Champ, The Big Parade) first talkie. But the film surpasses its historical significance, telling a story of such profound dignity and understanding that it as fresh and moving as the day it premiered. Featuring a largely unknown cast and infused with spirituals, folk songs, blues and jazz (Irving Berlin provided two songs for the production), Hallelujah follows the fortunes of Zeke (Daniel L. Haynes), a poor cotton farmer. He succumbs to the temptations of Chick (Nina Mae McKinney), a mercenary honky-tonk girl, finds salvation in religion, and falls again when his obsession for Chick overpowers his better self. Love, loss, passion, redemption and brilliant moviemaking: Hallelujah has it all. DVD Release Date: January 10th, 2006

Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
BR - I had thought the matter of Santa's true identity was laid to rest in 1947 when not only the United States Postal Service, but the Academy of Arts & Sciences, assured us it was Edmund Glenn. But it was not only Sir Richard Attenborough who had his work cut out for him: John Hughes, the man who gave us Matthew Broderick, Molly Ringwald and Macauley Culkin – you see the trend - may have figured that he was about ready to tackle a script with a real child. Hmmm. Blu-ray Release date: October 6th, 2009

The Men - Marlon Brando set the mark for a brilliant career in Stanley Kramer's THE MEN, his motion picture debut. As a war veteran paralyzed in combat, he returns home to face the torturous ordeal of rehabilitation. The courage and strength of the soldier are betrayed by the fear and insecurity of the man when he learns he will never walk again. Embittered by his condition, he refuses to see his fiancee and sinks into a solitary world of hatred and hostility. Fighting the wishes of her parents, the coldness of a guilt-ridden society and her own self-doubts, it is she who must force him to confront the reality of his condition and break his physical and emotional confinement. When feeling starts to return to his legs, it could be his last hope...or his final downfall. DVD Release Date: November 3rd, 2009

Wings of Desire
BR - Part romance, part comedy, part meditation on matters political and philosophical, Wenders' remarkable movie posits a world haunted by invisible angels listening in to our thoughts. Such plot as there is concerns two kindly spirits (Ganz and Sander), posted to contemporary Berlin, who encounter a myriad of mortals, including an ageing writer blighted by memories of a devastated Germany; actor Peter Falk, on location shooting a film about the Nazi era; and a lonely trapeze artist, with whom Ganz falls in love, thus prompting his desire to become mortal at last. A film about the Fall and the Wall, it's full of astonishingly hypnotic images (courtesy veteran Henri Alékan), and manages effortlessly to turn Wenders' and Peter Handke's poetic, literary script into pure cinematic expression. Masterpiece? Maybe not, but few films are so rich, so intriguing, or so ambitious. Blu-ray Release Date: November 3rd, 2009

The 39 Steps
BR - A classic British spy mystery, and one of Hitchcock's best, THE 39 STEPS is the story of an innocent man who struggles to prove his innocence. Robert Donat gets more than he bargained for when he brings home a mysterious woman who confesses to be a British agent on the hot trail of a dangerous spy ring. The woman is killed in Donat's apartment and he immediately finds himself on the run, burdened with the charge for her murder and the dangerous knowledge of her mission. The film is distinguished by its pioneering use of contrapuntal sound effects, as well as the dynamism between Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll. Blu-ray Release Date: October 19th, 2009

Summer Storm - Sirk's first feature in the USA, apart from the 1942 Hitler's Madman, was made four years after he was invited there by Warners. Summer Storm is an adaptation of Chekhov's only novel, The Shooting Party. Sirk moves the story much closer to the Russian Revolution and keeps the original flashback construction. In a delicate evocation of a crumbling world, he highlights the social tensions and despair of Zsarist Russia - with some excellent performances by Everett Horton, Darnell and Sanders. DVD Release Date: October 20th, 2009

Black Rain - Mr. and Mrs. Shizuma and their niece Yasuko make their way through the ruins of Hiroshima, devastated by the atomic bomb. Five years later, Yasuko is living with her aunt and uncle, and her senile grandmother, in a village containing many survivors of the bombing. Yasuko does not appear to be affected, but the Shizumas are worried about her marriage prospects, fearing that she might succumb to radiation sickness at any time. DVD Release Date: October 20th, 2009

North By Northwest
BR - “North by Northwest” became Hitchcock’s greatest box office success, only beaten by Wyler's “Ben Hur”, and today it is the most seen and most celebrated of his films. It is a film made by one of the greatest masters of cinema at the height of his career, it is a declaration of love to everything his art was about and thus the definitive Hitchcock film. A timeless masterpiece. Blu-ray Release Date: November 3rd, 2009

The Collector's Choice: The Sam Fuller Film Collection - In a career spanning more than 60 years, Samuel Fuller never stopped looking for truth and never shied away from controversy. His films were as rough and gritty as the stories he told, combining incisive, intelligent storytelling, with passionate, two-fisted, direction, creating a singularly unique body of work. Now Sony Pictures and the Film Foundation have gathered together all 7 Columbia Pictures features in which he participated as writer or director into an electrifying set - all restored, remastered and new to DVD. DVD Release Date: October 27th, 2009

The Pianist
BR - The title is an understatement, and so is the film. Roman Polanski's "The Pianist" tells the story of a Polish Jew, a classical musician, who survived the Holocaust through stoicism and good luck. This is not a thriller, and avoids any temptation to crank up suspense or sentiment; it is the pianist's witness to what he saw and what happened to him. That he survived was not a victory when all whom he loved died; Polanski, in talking about his own experiences, has said that the death of his mother in the gas chambers remains so hurtful that only his own death will bring closure. Blu-ray Release Date July 20th, 2009

Once Upon a Time in China
BR - Winner of a Hong Kong Film Award for Best Picture, Once Upon a Time in China is a kung-fu epic that's wildly entertaining and historically relevant. It is the late 1800s and China is in turmoil. Western influence is threatening the pride and sovereignty of the Chinese people, who are being enslaved for foreign labor, or becoming addicted to opium. It falls upon Wong Fei Hung (Jet Li), a renowned doctor, healer, patriot, and kung-fu artist to stand up and be counted. Charged with protecting the region with his militia, Fei Hung becomes embroiled in political intrigue and martial arts rivalries as corrupt foreigners and corrupt Chinese attempt to gain control of the region. Blu-rayRelease date: September 18th, 2009

Harsh Times
BR - As Jim, Christian Bale is, well, he's just amazing. After American Psycho, The Machinist, and Batman Begins, I'm fully convinced that Christian Bale can do just about anything, and in Harsh Times he creates a character who's as resoundingly hate-worthy as he is entirely fascinating. One of the finest actors working today, Bale creates a character who's both hateful and despicable -- but you won't be able to take your eyes off the guy. Blu-ray Release date: September 1st, 2009

BR - McLean initially takes the slow-burn, less-is-more approach, fleshing out the characters while treating us to all manner of seductive scenery; ever hinting at the hostility of nature and the potential dangers that lurk just beneath the surface of that all-too-tranquil, picture-postcard water. The cinematography, courtesy of Will Gibson, negates the sleazy abattoir grime of Wolf Creek to offer us stunning sun-dappled vistas and shimmering, snaking waterways as far as the eye can see. In capturing the untainted majestic beauty and timelessness of the Northern Territory, Gibson has probably done more for the Australian Outback Tourist Board than any of their own advertising campaigns. Blu-ray Release date: October 6th, 2009

Black Cat White Cat - A hilarious comedy from the director of ‘Life is a Miracle’, Emir Kusturica’s BLACK CAT WHITE CAT is a riotous mix of farce, romance and crime. Set within a community of gypsies, it tells a story of dodgy deals, family ties, young love and magical occurences. Zare is a young man in love with the beautiful Ida, but his crooked father, having botched up a black market deal, intends to marry him off to the sister of a powerful gangster - a woman so tiny that her nickname is Ladybird. Set on the banks of the Danube, this colourful comedy is crammed with spectacle, incident and the music of Emir Kusturica’s famous travelling gypsy band. DVD Release Date: May 22nd, 2006

 Next 2 weeks on the Calendar

Week of October 26th, 2009


The Barbara Stanwyck Show, Vol. 1 (1960) - E1 Entertainment

Battleship Potemkin [Blu-ray] (Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1925) R 'B' Sweden - Svensk Films

Black Devil Doll (Jonathan Lewis, 2007) Grindhouse Releasing

Death in the Garden - La mort en ce jardin (Luis Bunuel, 1956) - Microcinema DVD (BEAVER REVIEW)

Family Scandal (Mario Sabatini, 1980) MYA Communications

Frank Borzage Vol 1: Seventh Heaven, Street Angel - R2 UK BFI
Frank Borzage Vol 2: Lucky Star, Liliom - R2 UK BFI

The Fugitive: Season Three Vol 1 - Paramount

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

If You Are the One [Blu-ray] (Feng Xiaogang, 2008) Tai Seng

Il Divo [Blu-ray] (Paolo Sorrentino, 2008) Mpi Home Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue [Blu-ray] (Jorge Grau, 1974) Blue Underground (BEAVER REVIEW)

Monty Python: Almost the Truth [Blu-ray] (Alan G. Parker, 2009) Universal

Natural Born Killers (Unrated Director's Cut) [Blu-ray] (Oliver Stone, 1994) Warner Home Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

Night of the Creeps [Blu-ray] (Fred Dekker, 1986) Sony Pictures

The Prisoner (Complete 67-68' Series) [Blu-ray] - A&E Home Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Sam Fuller Film Collection (It Happened in Hollywood (1937),Adventure in Sahara (1938), Power of the Press (1943), Shockproof (1949), Scandal Sheet (1952), The Crimson Kimono (1959)and Underworld U.S.A. (1961) - Sony Pictures (BEAVER REVIEW)

Secret défense (Jacques Rivette, 1998) R2 UK Artificial Eye

Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure [Blu-ray] (Klay Hall, 2009) Walt Disney Video

Tinto Brass Collection, Vol.3  Deadly Sweet (COL CUORE IN GOLA), The Howl (L'URLO), Attraction (NEROSUBIANCO) - Cult Epics

Whatever Works [Blu-ray] (Woody Allen, 2009) Sony Pictures

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory [Blu-ray] (Mel Stuart, 1971) Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

Z. (Costa-Gavras, 1969) - Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)


Week of November 2nd, 2009


A Christmas Carol [Blu-ray] (Brian Desmond Hurst, 1951) VCI Entertainment

The Answer Man (John Hindman, 2009) Magnolia

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

James Bond 10-Pack [Blu-ray] (Quantum of Solace, Die Another Day, The World is Not Enough, For Your Eyes Only, Moonraker, Live and Let Die, Thunderball, Goldfinger, From Russia With Love, Dr. No) MGM

Buck Rogers (Ford I. Beebe, 1939) VCI Entertainment

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

The Dead (John Huston, 1987) Lions Gate

The Film Noir Collection: Volume 1 (The Sniper, The Big Heat, Five Against the House, The Lineup, and Murder by Contract) - Sony

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra [Blu-ray] (Stephen Sommers, 2009) Paramount

Food, Inc. (Robert Kenner, 2008) Magnolia

Forrest Gump [Blu-ray] (Robert Zemeckis, 1994) Paramount (BEAVER REVIEW)

Howards End [Blu-ray] (James Ivory, 1992) - Criterion Collection

It's a Wonderful Life b/w & color [Blu-ray] (Frank Capra, 1946) Paramount

The Jacques Tati Collection (Jour de fête / Les Vacances de M. Hulot / Mon Oncle / Playtime / Parade) R2 UK BFI
Law of Desire (Pedro Almodóvar, 1987) Sony Pictures

Love Actually [Blu-ray] (Richard Curtis, 2003) - Universal

The Men (Fred Zinnemann, 1950) Republic Pictures (BEAVER REVIEW)

Mission Impossible: The Complete TV Series Pack - Paramount

Mother (Bong Joon Ho, 2009) CJ Entertainment

The Narrows (François Velle, 2008) Image Entertainment

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

The Negotiator [Blu-ray] (F. Gary Gray, 1998) Warner Home Video

North by Northwest [Blu-ray] (50th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray Book) - Warner (BEAVER REVIEW)

Public Enemies [Blu-ray] (Michael Mann, 2009) R'B' - Universal Pictures UK

The Rockford Files: Movie Collection, Vol. 1 - Universal Studios

The Shield: Complete Series - Sony Pictures

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 (BEAVER REVIEW)

Transformers/Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen  [Blu-ray] - Dreamworks Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

Wings of Desire (Wim Wenders, 1987) - Criterion Collection

Wings of Desire [Blu-ray] (Wim Wenders, 1987) - Criterion Collection (BEAVER REVIEW)

The Wizard of Oz [Blu-ray] (Victor Fleming, 1939) (probably region FREE!) UK Warner Home Video (BEAVER REVIEW)

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