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Saturday January 14, 2017

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Savant's new reviews today are:

The Mad Magician
Twilight Time
3-D Blu-ray

 Vincent Price in 3-D, sawing off heads and stuffing victims into a portable cremation chamber? Count me in! Eva Gabor and Mary Murphy are on screaming duty as the Great Gallico takes his magician's revenge, avoiding arrest by impersonating his own victims. It's Patrick O'Neal's first feature as well. Director John Brahm sets up his shots beautifully, making the most of the depth illusion. The 3-D on this classic title is excellent, and TT tosses in a pair of Three Stooges comedy short subjects for good measure. On DVD Blu-ray from Twilight Time.

Revenge of the Blood Beast

 Enterprising (and apparently well-financed) tyro film director Michael Reeves linked up with producer Paul Maslansky to cobble together this ultra-quickie Euro-horror effort, tricking Barbara Steele into one very long workday. Babs gets herself possessed by the pug-ugliest witch in screen history, which compels her husband Ian Ogilvy to dodge thugs and the secret police to get her back. A great transfer brings the show back up to snuff -- directorially it's really quite accomplished. Also elbowing in on the no-budget filmmaking fun are actor-director Mel Welles and writer-director Charles B. Griffith. On Blu-ray from Rarovideo.


David and Bathsheba
KL Studio Classics

 Before muscles, nubile nymphets and slippery sanctimony smiteth the Biblical epic, Henry King & Phillip Dunne surprised us with this intelligent examination of a key Old Testament power problem. Gregory Peck's Mighty King David commits adultery with sultry Bathsheba (Susan Hayward). To clear the playing field he sends her husband off to war... but needs to reconcile his sin with unforgiving elders and his own guilty conscience. David's youthful back story is a formative flashback: "Nothing's too good for the man that hath slayed Liberty Goliath." And we also get a first glimpse at a certain holy artifact that serves as a portable carrying case for the Wrath of God. Is David the first Raider of the Lost Ark? On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

Hello! Happy Friday the 13th, if you're reading this early enough.

There's no getting around it -- the air is buzzing with desirable Blu-ray disc announcements. When we last partook of the news here, I waxed enthusiastic about the upcoming titles Dr. Orloff's Monster, Deluge, Invasion of the Bee Girls, The Vampire, The Screaming Skull, I Bury the Living and The Yakuza. Today we have more!

For March, Olive has just announced Robert Altman's The Delinquents with Tom Laughlin; Jules Dassin's Phaedra with Melina Mercouri and Anthony Perkins and A.I.P.'s down-market Jules Verne comedy, Blast-Off, (aka Those Fantastic Flying Fools) with Burl Ives, Terry-Thomas, Gert Fröbe, Lionel Jeffries and Daliah Lavi.

The Warner Archive Collection has announced Billy Wilder's sentimental Love in the Afternoon with Audrey Hepburn and Gary Cooper, and Val Guest & Jim Danforth's When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth with Victoria Vetri and various dinosaur guest appearances.

And to top it all off, Arrow USA says today that April will bring us a fully restored, dual language disc of Riccardo Freda & Mario Bava's Caltiki, the Immortal Monster, a title we thought might never surface in a good encoding. I reviewed NoShame's Italo release a number of years back, and it was no beauty. Arrow UK also has a Region B Blu of John Moxey's Christopher Lee horror show City of the Dead (Horror Hotel), which can also use an improved transfer. Arrow lists it was a new 4K restoration by Cohen Film Collection and the BFI. Whattaya know, we've got reasons to stay alive after all, in the coming months.

Joe Dante sends along a NY Times link to a bit of recovered Marilyn Monroe film footage, and I mean a bit. It's mostly a text rehashing old news, but even 2.6 seconds of new Monroe imagery is worth the click. The link is The Lost Footage of Marilyn Monroe by Helen Stapinski.

Thanks for reading! --- Glenn Erickson

Tuesday January 10, 2017

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Savant's new reviews today are:

Something Wild
The Criterion Collection

  Jack Garfein's arty, emotionally searing urban nightmare is yet another Savant favorite that I feel compelled to personally defend. A young rape victim loses her grip on life, and finds herself incapable of dealing with the oppressive indifference and hostility of the big city. Then she becomes a prisoner of a lonely man who claims he only wants to help her. Carroll Baker and Ralph Meeker deliver terrific acting in the style of The Method, creating a theatrical reality on the docu-real New York streets. Finally mastered in high quality, featuring the great cinematography of Eugen Schüfftan and the powerful music of Aaron Copland. On Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.

The Accountant
Warner Home Video
Blu-ray + DVD

  Ben Affleck is a combo 'Rain Man' and 'Terminator' in this well written, excitingly filmed violent conspiracy-assassination thriller that stops just short of being a comic book fantasy. An accountant for the mob & big business makes millions laundering money, but must take extreme measures to keep from being killed by his employers. Hel's both a genius with numbers and an unstoppable killing machine, and the movie is so well made that the concept doesn't come off as ludicrous. With Anna Kendrick, J.K. Simmons, Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey Tambor, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, John Lithgow and Jean Smart. A Dual-Format edition on Blu-ray and DVD from Warner Home Video.


The Keys of the Kingdom
Twilight Time

 Back in the 1940s Fox made the best and most intelligent movies with spiritual themes. This A.J. Cronin story of a Scottish Priest doing good missionary works in China made a star out of young Gregory Peck, whose integrity and honesty comes across strongly in every scene. Peck's Father Chisolm wins converts on a personal basis, and even accepts an atheist as a friend. Vincent Price is a politically savvy church bureaucrat who provides the negative contrast. With Thomas Mitchell, Rose Stradner, Roddy McDowall and Edmund Gwenn; Peck was nominated for an acting Oscar. On Blu-ray from Twilight Time.


From out of the blue: correspondent Craig Reardon is always sending me great music links. We were talking about composer John Barry, and he sent along a nice YouTube link to Barry's The Girl with the Sun in Her Hair. I'd never heard it before - it's very pretty. The music was originally associated with a shampoo commercial in England.

We have some hard dates to report for genre product: From Kino's KL Studio Classics comes Jesus Franco's Dr. Orloff's Monster (El secreto del Dr. Orloff) with a commentary by Tim Lucas (February 7) and RKO's long lost post-apocalyptic disaster movie Deluge, with a commentary by Richard Harland Smith (February 21).

From Scream Factory will arrive Invasion of the Bee Girls (April 4), The Vampire and Demented (April 11), and The Screaming Skull and I Bury the Living (April 25). I'm already getting enthusiastic emails about Albert Band's I Bury the Living.

And in February, from The Warner Archive Collection, come Ken Takakura and Robert Mitchum in Sydney Pollock's 1975 The Yakuza, a sensationally good movie that will surely improve mightily in HD Blu-ray.

That's future news. Just in the door at DVD Savant are Twilight Time's January titles --Alan J Pakula's Comes a Horseman, Stanley Donen's Two for the Road, Vincent Price in The Mad Magician (in 3-D, with a pair of 3-D Three Stooges short subjects) and Martin Ritt's Stanley and Iris.

Fun time: Correspondent Keith West sends us to a web scan of the original Mad Magazine takeoff on The Barefoot Contessa, by Harvey Kurtzman and Jack Davis from MAD Comics #23, May 1955: The Barefoot Nocountesssa. It's as mind-numbing as one expects -- and it starts with a parody of the art illustration that I thought looked like a wooly monster in my review of the Twilight Time disc.

And as a welcome parting shot, Joe Dante forwards this pretty amazing comparison of John Ford western scenes in Monument Valley to the actual location today. It's pretty amazing, seeing how so many remote locations in something like The Searchers were filmed more or less on the same spot. I've seen these pictures at least ten times each, and every new comparison is an eye-opener. The Google Earth images threw me until reader Paul Penna straightened me out -- the dramatic rocks haven't actually weathered away today, as they seem to have. Dante calls it The Greatest Backlot Ever, which makes sense when one realizes how many breathtakingly different vistas are compacted into one small area. It's a thirteen-minute Vimeo video called Landscape in Paradigms: Ford's Monument Valley, by Booth Wilson.

Thanks for reading! --- Glenn Erickson

The Barefoot Contessa
  Joseph L. Mankiewicz goes the Hollywood route with a 'Citizen Kane'-like look at a glamorous, exotic movie star that nobody really knows. Ava Gardner is the cabaret dancer-turned screen siren who makes three films but remains an almost complete mystery; Humphrey Bogart is the director who gets close enough to share a friendship and perhaps understand her better. Complicit in this dissection of life for the 1% back in 1954 are Edmond O'Brien, Marius Goring, Valentina Cortese, Rossano Brazzi, Elizabeth Sellars and Warren Stevens. The glorious romantic music is by Mario Nascimbene, and the glowing glamour cinematography is the work of the great Jack Cardiff. On Blu-ray from Twilight Time.

The Internecine Project
  James Coburn is a corporate spook with a private dirty tricks/spy organization; he needs to erase his past to take a presidential post and so determines to have his four operatives kill each other -- none of them knowing that each is a target. Sounds topical right now, ya think? It's a tight little show rigged with a can't-fail suspense mechanism and loaded with a twist we can't predict. Aiding and abetting Coburn in murder and/or political crimes are Lee Grant, Harry Andrews, Ian Hendry, Michael Jayston, Christiane Krüger and Keenan Wynn. On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

 The war had been over for only four years, but Dore Schary brought it back as a combat nostalgia piece, to commemorate the bravery and sacrifice at the Battle of the Bulge. Confined mostly to soundstage interiors, William Wellman gets across the hardship and bitter cold, with a superb ensemble cast: John Hodiak, Van Johnson, Ricardo Montalban, George Murphy, Marshall Thompson, Don Taylor, James Whitmore, Douglas Fowley, Leon Ames, Guy Anderson, Denise Darcel, Richard Jaeckel, James Arness. With a terrific extra: an HD encoding of Tex Avery's Little Rural Riding Hood, the one with the wolf that talks like Tom Conway. On Blu-ray from The Warner Archive Collection.

The People vs. Fritz Bauer
 What happens when a prosecutor tracks down one of the most evil criminals of the century, only to find that politics and corruption prevent him from issuing a warrant? This is the true story of the hunt for the Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann -- not from the POV of the Israeli agents that pounced on him in Argentina, but that of a German prosecutor hemmed in on all sides by Nazi sympathizers in his own government bureaucracy. With Burghardt Klaußner and Ronald Zehrfeld. On Blu-ray from Cohen Media Group.

His Girl Friday and The Front Page
 The restoration of a newly rediscovered director's cut of the 1931 The Front Page prompts this two-feature comedy disc -- Lewis Milestone's early talkie plus the sublime Howard Hawks remake, which plays a major gender switch on the main characters of Hecht & MacArthur's original play. Adolphe Menjou and Pat O'Brien star in one version, and Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in the cockeyed remake. One's pre-Code and saucy, the second is likely the screwball comedy with the fastest English dialogue deliveries in history. Note: this is a different cut than Kino's Blu-ray of last year. On Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.

The Driller Killer
 It's icky, drippy and grindingly gross -- and will make your forehead itch -- but Abel Ferrara's Bowery-set dime store horror opus has withstood the test of time. It's a decent enough psychodrama, if one can set aside all the psychological-philosophical booshwah that's leaked into horror criticism. Oops, Savant's guilty of that too. The crude but sincere Ferrara plays the lead and packs a mean 3/8-inch skull jabber, which works just as well entering the heart from the front, the back, rain or shine. And it comes with a battery pack, convenient accessories and a Home Depot warranty. A Dual-Format edition on Blu-ray and DVD from Arrow US.

Wait Until Dark
 Is this a genuine classic? I think so. Sure, it's the old story of the sightless girl in jeopardy, but it's been worked out so incredibly well. A 'world's champion blind lady' finds herself the target of a pair of conmen led by a vicious killer. No aid is on the way, but the woman isn't entirely helpless, Audrey Hepburn, Alan Arkin, Richard Crenna and Jack Weston shine in a keen adaptation of Frederick Knott's play, which could be titled, Dial C for Can't See Nuthin'. On Blu-ray from The Warner Archive Collection.

'Pimpernel' Smith
 How could England have won the war without him? Horatio Smith sneaks about in Nazi Germany, liberating concentration camp inmates right under the noses of the Gestapo. Leslie Howard directed and stars in this wartime escapist spy thriller, as a witty professor too passive to be suspected as the mystery spy. Mary Morris, Francis L. Sullivan and Peter Tomlinson are in on the fun in a patriotic lark filmed at the height of the war. On Blu-ray from Olive Films.

December 2016
 Loophole (1981)  Blu-ray  Deepwater Horizon  Blu-ray + DVD  50 Years with Peter Paul and Mary  DVD  Bad Day at Black Rock  Blu-ray  Sully  Blu-ray  The 3 Worlds of Gulliver  Blu-ray  Dreamscape  Blu-ray  Savant Picks the Most Impressive Discs of 2016  Fellini's Roma  Blu-ray  I Want to Live!  Blu-ray  100 Rifles  Blu-ray  Brazil  Blu-ray  The House on 92nd Street  Blu-ray  Short Cuts  Blu-ray  The Exterminating Angel  Blu-ray  Bad Girl  Blu-ray  Pretty Poison  Blu-ray  Sudden Fear  Blu-ray  Cry of the City  Blu-ray  Pete's Dragon  Blu-ray + DVD
November 2016
 The Asphalt Jungle  Blu-ray  The Undying Monster  Blu-ray  The Quiet Earth  Blu-ray  Moby Dick  Blu-ray  C.H.U.D.  Blu-ray  The Boston Strangler  Blu-ray  One of Our Aircraft is Missing  Blu-ray  Cinerama's Russian Adventure  Blu-ray  Akira Kurosawa's Dreams  Blu-ray  J'accuse (1938)  Blu-ray  The Magic Box: Project Shirley Volume 4  Blu-ray  Rabid  Blu-ray  Hell or High Water  Blu-ray + DVD  Runaway Train  Blu-ray  Boomerang!  Blu-ray  One-Eyed Jacks  Blu-ray  Time After Time  Blu-ray  The Killing of America  Blu-ray  It's Always Fair Weather  Blu-ray  Lone Wolf and Cub  Blu-ray  Daisy Kenyon  Blu-ray  Private Property  Blu-ray + DVD  Strike Me Pink  DVD  The T.A.M.I. Show &  The Big T.N.T. Show  Blu-ray  The Sea of Trees  Blu-ray  Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte  Blu-ray  Western Union  Blu-ray  John Carpenter's The Thing  Blu-ray
October 2016
 The Chase (1966)  Blu-ray  I Wake Up Screaming  Blu-ray  Little Fauss and Big Halsy  Blu-ray  The Executioner  Blu-ray  The Return of Dracula  Blu-ray  Eye of the Needle  Blu-ray  The Hills Have Eyes  Blu-ray  McCabe and Mrs. Miller  Blu-ray  Boy on a Dolphin  Blu-ray  Strategic Air Command  Blu-ray  The Laughing Policeman  Blu-ray  Five Days One Summer  DVD  Dekalog  Blu-ray  Violent Cop  Blu-ray  Ghostbusters (2016)  Blu-ray  The Legend of Tarzan  3-D Blu-ray  It Came from Outer Space  3-D Blu-ray  On Dangerous Ground  Blu-ray  Suddenly  Blu-ray  Vamp  Blu-ray  Face to Face  Blu-ray  Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia  Blu-ray  Fury (1936)  DVD  High Noon Olive Signature  Blu-ray  Body Snatchers  Blu-ray
September 2016
 The Earth Dies Screaming  Blu-ray  Valley of the Dolls  Blu-ray  The Human Condition  Blu-ray  Canadian Pacific  Blu-ray  Stakeout on Dope Street  DVD  Twin Peaks The Original Series, Fire Walk with Me & The Missing Pieces  Blu-ray  Patterns  Blu-ray  Free State of Jones  Blu-ray  Johnny Guitar Widescreen Olive Signature  Blu-ray  The People v. O.J. Simpson  Blu-ray  Blood Simple  Blu-ray  Aliens  Blu-ray  La moglie più bella  Blu-ray  Comanche Station  Blu-ray  Dr. Mabuse the Gambler  Blu-ray  The Horrible Dr. Hichcock  Blu-ray  The Monster of Piedras Blancas  Blu-ray  Night Train to Munich  Blu-ray  Once Were Warriors  Blu-ray  Hammer Films Double Feature: The Revenge of Frankenstein, The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb  Blu-ray  Hammer Films Double Feature: The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll, The Gorgon  Blu-ray  The Glory Guys  Blu-ray  Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil  Blu-ray  Deadline U.S.A.  Blu-ray  Hardcore  Blu-ray  Cat People  Blu-ray
August 2016
 Fixed Bayonets!  Blu-ray  Tony Rome / Lady in Cement  Blu-ray  American Ninja 3 Blood Hunt  Blu-ray  Chimes at Midnight  Blu-ray  Tab Hunter Confidential  Blu-ray  The Pride and the Passion  Blu-ray  The Ox-Bow Incident  Blu-ray  Wild in the Streets  Blu-ray  The Immortal Story  Blu-ray  Tale of Tales  Blu-ray  Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon  Blu-ray  Love Me or Leave Me  Blu-ray  A Taste of Honey  Blu-ray  Road House (1948)  Blu-ray  Microwave Massacre  Blu-ray  The Spiders (1919)  Blu-ray  Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words  Blu-ray  Chandu the Magician  Blu-ray  These Three  DVD  Woman in the Dunes  Blu-ray  Destiny  Blu-ray  Pioneers of African-American Cinema  Blu-ray  Betrayed  Blu-ray  A Touch of Zen  Blu-ray  Cat on a Hot Tin Roof  Blu-ray  The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension  Blu-ray
July 2016
 Muriel, or The Time Of Return  Blu-ray  The Gang's All Here  Blu-ray  Modesty Blaise  Blu-ray  'Neath Arizona Skies  Blu-ray  Miss Sadie Thompson 3-D  3-D Blu-ray  Crimes of Passion  Blu-ray  Mill of the Stone Women  Region B Blu-ray  Gun the Man Down  Blu-ray  Silk Stockings  Blu-ray  3 Bad Men  Blu-ray  Night and Fog  Blu-ray  Scott of the Antarctic  Region B Blu-ray  To Have and Have Not  Blu-ray  Carnival of Souls  Blu-ray  With the Ghouls in Lawrence, Kansas Article by guest contributor Bill Shaffer  Inserts  Blu-ray  Invisible Invaders  Blu-ray  The Daughter of Dawn  Blu-ray  Blood and Black Lace  Blu-ray  The Taking of Pelham One Two Three  Blu-ray
June 2016
 99 River Street  Blu-ray  The In-Laws  Blu-ray  Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan  Blu-ray  The Panic in Needle Park  Blu-ray  The Ninth Configuration  Region B Blu-ray  Forbidden Hollywood Volume 10: Guilty Hands, The Mouthpiece, Secrets of the French Police, The Match King, Ever in My Heart  DVD  Appointment with Crime  Blu-ray  Night Will Fall  DVD  The Hound of the Baskervilles  Blu-ray  Fantastic Planet  Blu-ray  Rollercoaster  Blu-ray  La Chienne  Blu-ray  Gold  Blu-ray  The Magnetic Monster  Blu-ray  Shield for Murder  Blu-ray  They Were Expendable  Blu-ray  Doctor Strangelove  Blu-ray  The Wave  Blu-ray  Hello, My Name is Doris  Blu-ray  Here Comes Mr. Jordan  Blu-ray  Le Amiche  Blu-ray  She Wore a Yellow Ribbon  Blu-ray  Antonia's Line  Blu-ray  The Whip Hand  DVD
May 2016
 The Angry Hills  Blu-ray  City of Women  Blu-ray  The Player  Blu-ray  Cat Ballou  Blu-ray  Hail, Caesar!  Blu-ray + DVD  Dark Passage  Blu-ray  Journey to Space  4K Ultra-HD, Blu-ray + 3-D Blu-ray  Blood Bath  Blu-ray  Woman on the Run  Blu-ray + DVD  The King and Four Queens  Blu-ray  Too Late for Tears  Blu-ray + DVD  La fièvre monte à El Pao  Blu-ray + DVD  Buster Keaton: The Shorts Collection 1917-1923  Blu-ray  Eureka  Blu-ray  The VVitch: A New-England Folktale  Blu-ray  Wim Wenders: The Road Trilogy : Alice in the Cities, Wrong Move, Kings of the Road  Blu-ray  Edge of Doom  DVD  The Private Affairs of Bel Ami  Blu-ray  Garden of Evil  Blu-ray  That's Sexploitation!  Blu-ray  The Naked Island  Blu-ray  A Married Woman  Blu-ray  Cinema's Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood  DVD  The Chase (1946)  Blu-ray  Mustang  Blu-ray  Roman Polanski's What?  Blu-ray  A Kiss Before Dying  Blu-ray  Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?  Blu-ray  Phoenix  Blu-ray  Candy  Blu-ray
April 2016
 In a Lonely Place  Blu-ray  Janis: Little Girl Blue  DVD  Where to Invade Next  Blu-ray  Julia  Blu-ray   Theory of Obscurity: A Film About the Residents  Blu-ray  Dead Pigeon on Beethoven Street  Blu-ray  When You're Older Dear Adam  DVD  Berlin Around the Corner  DVD  In the French Style  Blu-ray  Three Brothers  Region B Blu-ray + DVD  The Second Civil War  DVD  Father of the Bride  Blu-ray  Cutter's Way  Blu-ray  Dillinger  Blu-ray  Try and Get Me!  Blu-ray   The Kennedy Films of Robert Drew & Associates  Blu-ray  The Gallant Hours  Blu-ray  Exodus  Blu-ray  The City of the Dead  Blu-ray  Suspicion  Blu-ray  Blue Denim  DVD  Panic in Year Zero!  Blu-ray  The Stuff  Blu-ray  Alexander the Great  Blu-ray  Journey to the Seventh Planet  Blu-ray  "Manos" The Hands of Fate  Blu-ray
March 2016
 The Purple Plain  Blu-ray  Anastasia  Blu-ray  Brooklyn  Blu-ray  Susan Slept Here  Blu-ray  Dreams Rewired  DVD  The Hateful Eight  Blu-ray + DVD  A Brighter Summer Day  Blu-ray  Kill Me Again  Blu-ray  Vessel  DVD  The Manchurian Candidate  Blu-ray  Losing Ground  Blu-ray  Spies (Spione)  Blu-ray  Michael Collins  Blu-ray  Paris Belongs to Us  Blu-ray  Her Majesty, Love  DVD  I Knew Her Well  Blu-ray  The Trip  Blu-ray  Psych-Out  Blu-ray  Spring Takes Time  DVD  The Strangler  DVD  When Eight Bells Toll  Blu-ray  Murders in the Rue Morgue &  The Dunwich Horror  Blu-ray  The Big Heat  Blu-ray  Bad Boy  DVD  The Decline of Western Civilization + Part II The Metal Years  Blu-ray  Contagion  Blu-ray  Donovan's Brain  Blu-ray  The Hawaiians  Blu-ray  Revolt of the Slaves  DVD
February 2016
 The Vincent Price Collection III :
Master of the World, Tower of London, Diary of a Madman, Cry of the Banshee  Blu-ray  Cowboy  Blu-ray  The Graduate  Blu-ray  Key Largo  Blu-ray  Childhood's End  Blu-ray  The Black Sleep  Blu-ray  5 Dolls for an August Moon  Region B Blu-ray + DVD  Oh! What a Lovely War  DVD  L'Inhumaine  Blu-ray  Spotlight   Blu-ray + DVD  Where the Sidewalk Ends  Blu-ray  Millennium + R.O.T.O.R  Blu-ray  The Vikings  Blu-ray  Inside Llewyn Davis  Blu-ray  All Things Must Pass, The Rise and Fall of Tower Records  DVD  The Big Sleep  Blu-ray  The Emigrants & The New Land  Blu-ray  The Happy Ending  Blu-ray  GOG 3-D  3-D Blu-ray  Woman in the Moon  Blu-ray  Deep Red  Blu-ray  Station West  DVD  Harlock: Space Pirate 3-D  3-D Blu-ray  Crimson Peak   Blu-ray + DVD  Bridge of Spies   Blu-ray + DVD  Death By Hanging  Blu-ray
January 2016
 Gilda  Blu-ray  The Last Detail  Blu-ray  The Wrong Man  Blu-ray  Hawaii  Blu-ray  Beyond the Valley of the Dolls  Region B Blu-ray  The Southerner  Blu-ray  Curse of the Faceless Man  Blu-ray  I Confess  Blu-ray  The Undesirable  Blu-ray  Ex Machina  Blu-ray  Let There Be Light: John Huston's Wartime Documentaries  Blu-ray  Wind Across the Everglades  DVD  From the Terrace  Blu-ray  Figures in a Landscape  Blu-ray  Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things  Blu-ray  Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)  Blu-ray  The American Friend  Blu-ray  Bitter Rice  Blu-ray  Hitler's Children  DVD  Everest 3-D  3-D Blu-ray + Digital HD  The Look of Silence  Blu-ray  The Complete Lady Snowblood  Blu-ray  Four Men and a Prayer  DVD  The Captive City  Blu-ray  The Beginning or The End  DVD  Mysterious Island Encore Edition  Blu-ray  Nightmares  Blu-ray  Born Free  Blu-ray  Faust (1926)  Blu-ray  The Girl Most Likely  DVD

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