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Tuesday December 16, 2014

Savant's new reviews today are:

The Long Hair of Death

  Ring the bells -- it's time to celebrate whenever prime Eurohorror arrives in such good shape as this, and in Region A, to boot. Barbara Steele has a dual role as both victim and vengeful specter in Antonio Margheriti's medieval murder soap opera, with a little supernatural thrown in to add spice. It's not Margheriti's or Babs' best but it has plenty of what we like -- ample footage of Steele wandering through stone corridors, looking stoned with fear... or menace, depending on which scene. I lunghi capelli della morte had plenty of coverage in old Midi-minuit Fantastiques, and it's great to finally see it uncut, in both Italian (with subs) or English. Also starring George Ardisson, Halina Zalewska and Umberto Raho, in Blu-ray from Rarovideo.

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

  This fascinating story works equally well as a novel, a play or here in Ronald Neame's expertly directed movie version, which pits Dame Maggie Smith (in her Oscar-winning role) against the young contender Pamela Franklin. The dialogue is sharp, the sexual politics genuinely dangerous (a comedy with a teacher having sex with an underage pupil!) and the emotions deep. This is the kind of 'adult' film that the dropping of the Production Code made possible. With Robert Stephens, Celia Johnson and Gordon Jackson, music by Rod McKuen. In Blu-ray from Twilight Time.


Wicked, Wicked

  Twice the Tension! Twice the Terror! Filmed in split-screen "Anamorphic Duo-Vision", Richard L. Bare's exploitation horror film deserved better, just for being different. The acting and directing are nothing to crow about, but the split screen tricks are consistently clever, and well managed for a low-budget production. A mad killer is murdering blonde guests in the Hotel del Coronado, but the management wants to keep it quiet -- even when the hotel's lounge singer is attacked in her room. A pipe organist provides most of the film's musical soundtrack, playing the silent score from The Phantom of the Opera, an idea that works surprisingly well. Madeleine Sherwood, Edd Byrnes, Arthur O'Connell and Scott Brady provide name support, but get ready to hold your ears when the title song is sung. Savant argues the pros and cons of split- and multi-screen movie gimmicks. Seriously. In DVD-R from The Warner Archive Collection.


Thanks for the positive responses to, and proofreading help for, the list of DVD Savant Picks for the Most Impressive Discs of 2014. I like the list, they're all titles that I'd happily sit down and watch again, right now.

Just a couple of upcoming disc announcements today, forwarded by Gary Teetzel. Olive Films announced its titles for February, all from MGM: Lady Chatterley's Lover, The Wild Angels, Psych-Out, Caveman, 1969 and Kiss Me Stupid.

And for March: Beach Blanket Bingo, Muscle Beach Party, The Road to Hong Kong and How to Murder Your Wife.

More or less at the same time, The Criterion Collection's the press email for their March releases arrived: The Soft Skin (Truffaut), The Gates of Heaven / Vernon, Florida and The Thin Blue Line (Errol Morris), Cries and Whispers (Bergman), Hoop Dreams (Steve James) and the quirky noir Ride the Pink Horse (Robert Montgomery).

Thanks for reading! --- Glenn Erickson

Saturday December 13, 2014

Savant's new reviews today are:

DVD Savant Picks
The Most Impressive Discs of 2014

  There all here -- twenty favorites this time, each with Savant's squirrely rationalizations for why they're great. Actually, they are great, and 2014 was so good to collectors that a shorter list would not have sufficed. For the first time they're almost all Blu-rays, with a couple of Region B titles elbowing onto the list. Criterion ends up with the most winners -- not necessarily their most prestigious releases, but the most exotic and desirable. I notice that my favorite titles are decades old. The newest 'winner' is a documentary from just last year... about events that happened in 1931. This the fourteenth go-round for this DVD Savant tradition... a holiday look-back at the year in collector's discs.

The Lusty Men

  Nicholas Ray turns a humble rodeo film into an absorbing drama and once again elicits special performances from his actors. Arthur Kennedy is an ambitious contestant, Susan Hayward the wife hungry for the respectability of a house of her own, and Robert Mitchum the drifter who was once a champion. The interesting dynamics and unspoken sexuality on tap are unusually naturalistic for a Code picture. Even better is an opening featuring Mitchum returning to the shack he was born in, finding out that "you can't go home again". It really feels as if Ray was able to express his personal feelings in this one. In DVD-R from The Warner Archive Collection.

Thieves Like Us

  No, no, the title means "We're Thieves, Man", not "Thieves Are Our Friends". From the same source novel as Nicholas Ray's They Live by Night comes Robert Altman's laid-back, observational take on ignorant Southern bandits and the teenagers that fall in with them because they just don't know any better. It's one of Altman's best for atmosphere and easygoing story telling -- Keith Carradine is the boy who has been in prison since age 14, John Shuck and Bert Remsen are the loose-cannon holdup men who lead him astray, Louise Fletcher is the Black Widow in the family, and the amazing Shelley Duvall is the most touchingly innocent, heartbreakingly loyal girlfriend any cheap gunsel ever had. Altman tells his tale in a sloppy-floppy loose style that grows on us... we're soon believing what we see. Great cinematography by Jean Boffety. In Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.


Time Bandits

  Young schoolboy Craig Warnock joins renegade planetary groundskeepers Randall, Fidgit, Strutter, Og, Wally and Vermin for adventures in thievery through the ages, utilizing a map of time portals filched from the Supreme Being, Ralph Richardson. Terry Gilliam's breakout hit is a marvelous example of epic grandeur created with pure talent, craftsmanship and wicked humor. Ian Holm, Sean Connery and Shelley Duvall show up on the historical timeline, from Ancient Greece to the Napoleonic Wars. It's a triumph of the adventurous imagination, finally in a great restoration, in Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.


First up is an essential link, Turner Classic Movies' annual obit montage TCM Remembers. This year's role call is especially sad -- one wishes these people could be "there for us" forever.

A wild time at Savant central early Friday morning, with the strongest rain-and-wind storm I can remember. My house has a good roof but windows with seals that have more or less disintegrated over twenty years -- leaving me running with wastebaskets and towels from room to room at 3am. Living in California, we just don't think about the kind of severe weather others must deal with. Of course, when's the last time a big earthquake hit you folks not living on the volatile Pacific Rim?

Another fun link from the BFI -- a restored print viewable online of the hour-long 1913 British science fiction film A Message from Mars. The restoration is excellent, who needs Interstellar?

Over at Trailers from Hell is the coming attractions for Fast Times at Ridgemont High, hosted by Karyn Kusama.

And although it has already circulated widely readers as fringe-aligned as, Savant might have missed this, so here goes: Saturday Night Live's Star Wars Trailer.

Last note ... the slippery slope countdown to Christmas day has begun. No Savant Newsletter next week... so check back here around Tuesday. Thanks for reading... --- Glenn Erickson

Robin Wright at The Congress
  Ari Folman (of Waltz with Bashir) pulls off a difficult existential science fiction movie adapted from ideas of Polish author Stanislaw Lem. An actress (Robin Wright) leases her digitized 'self' to a movie company for completely artificial CG movies; when she returns years later she finds that further improvements of virtual technology have created virtual worlds that one can enter with special drugs. The 'Animated Zone' hosts a Congress to divulge a new wrinkle -- the ability to cross over into a completely new existence in an alternate dimension preferable to life on the crumbling, ruined Earth. This half-animated show attacks some difficult challenges -- and mostly succeeds. Also with Harvey Keitel, Danny Huston, Paul Giamatti and the voice of Jon Hamm. In Blu-ray + Digital Copy from Drafthouse Films.

Hickey and Boggs
  Robert Culp's only directed film is a superior detective show, starring Culp and Bill Cosby as downbeat flatfoots who know that people only hire them for dirty work. Their newest job puts them in the center of a dogfight between loan sharks, mobsters, revolutionaries and bank robbers, not to mention a police force determined to put them out of business. The detectives no longer know why they're working, as both have lost their wives and nobody's applauding their close calls with the bad guys. The vision of Los Angeles extends from a machine gun battle in the Coliseum to a radical hangout in a designer house ready to fall off a Santa Monica cliff. With early roles for Michael Moriarty, James Woods and Vincent Gardenia. In Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

Olive Films' Four Noirs
  Four stylish Paramount films noir now available separately in HD: Alan Ladd in Appointment With Danger, Charlton Heston in Dark City, Burt Lancaster in Rope of Sand and William Holden in Union Station. Mail robberies, femme fatales, crooked gamblers, diamond smugglers and a clever kidnapping figure in tight-scripted crime dramas directed by Lewis Allen, Rudolph Maté and William Dieterle. Four separate-purchase Blu-rays from Olive Films.

  Todd Haynes's 1995 film starring Julianne Moore is genuinely profound; it's really not about 'environmental allergies' but a psycho-social alienation factor that's a real-world result of the same kinds of fears fantasized in paranoid '50s science fiction. Eerie, convincing, resonant on all levels -- Moore's upscale housewife spends the whole movie apologizing for things beyond her control. The extras further convince us that something's really wrong with the affluent self-obsessed, although one doesn't have to be rich -- we can all feel the undertow. In Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.

Vincent Price in Six Gothic Tales by Edgar Allan Poe
  Region B fans finally get their Vincent Price fix, in a widescreen & color bonus box containing six Price-Roger Corman hits: The Fall of the House of Usher, The Pit and the Pendulum, Tales of Terror, The Raven, The Haunted Palace and Tomb of Ligeia. The extras include hour-long docus on Corman and Peter Lorre, literary comparisons by Kim Newman and an amusing piece in which author Anne Billson gives us the horrifying truth about cats in horror films. In Region B Blu-ray from Arrow Video (U.K.).

The Quatermass Xperiment
  Val Guest brings Nigel Kneale's teleplay to the big screen with Yankee Brian Donlevy as a belligerent Professor Quatermass, the rocket project director and red-tape bulldozer. The movie is prime sci-fi gold with a premise that birthed a hundred copycats and variations. Richard Wordsworth is Victor Carroon, the courageous first man into space who comes back infected with a gruesome, horrifying parasite. Thora Hird: "Walking? It was kind of ... crawling!" With great extra interviews with Val Guest by Marcus Hearn. In Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
  Frank Capra's most successful movie (or close to it) is an audience grabber that shows a powerhouse cast (James Stewart, Jean Arthur, Claude Rains) in top form. Yokel Senator Jefferson Smith is given a fast lesson in corruption, but proves that the American system wins against daunting odds. Gets the girl, too. The story wants to solve the problem of American innocence with the message that enthusiastic inexperience can clear up our political quagmire, and that "knowing what's right" is the most important ingredient in Democracy. Fine filmmaking, inspiring acting yet the film puts the 'D' in demagoguery. In Blu-ray from Sony.

Birdman of Alcatraz
  Burt Lancaster and John Frankenheimer prove that less is more, in a more or less true story of the federal inmate who rehabilitated himself by raising birds and studying their diseases, all in a solitary prison cell. Fine performances from Karl Malden, Thelma Ritter, Neville Brand, Betty Field and Telly Savalas. The film skews the facts about the famous Robert Stroud, softening his character and actions, but the statements about the prison system aren't false. Music by Elmer Bernstein (with an Isolated Score Track) and great B&W cinematography by Burnett Guffey. In Blu-ray from Twilight Time.

December 2014
 The Long Goodbye  Blu-ray
November 2014
 The Day the Earth Caught Fire  Region B Blu-ray  Five Days, Five Nights  DVD  Witness to Murder  DVD  It Happened One Night  Blu-ray  Bunny Lake is Missing  Blu-ray  Pocketful of Miracles  Blu-ray  My Name Is Pecos & Pecos Cleans Up By Lee Broughton  Blu-ray + DVD  Flaming Star  Blu-ray  Sands of Iwo Jima  Blu-ray  Only Angels Have Wings  Blu-ray  Holiday in Spain  Blu-ray  Remember the Night  Blu-ray  When the Wind Blows  Blu-ray  L'avventura  Blu-ray  The Conformist  Blu-ray  A Life in Dirty Movies  DVD  The Picture of Dorian Gray  Blu-ray  Stalingrad (1993)  Blu-ray  The Shooting and  Ride in the Whirlwind  Blu-ray  Gorky Park  Blu-ray  The Bubble  Blu-ray + 3-D  Nasty Habits  DVD  The Actress  DVD  Rabid Dogs  Region B Blu-ray + PAL DVD  F for Fake  Blu-ray  Viva María  Blu-ray  Portrait of Jason  Blu-ray  Ornette: Made in America  Blu-ray  The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari  Blu-ray  Planet of the Vampires  Blu-ray  Young Man with Ideas  DVD  Seven Wonders of the World  Blu-ray  Search for Paradise  Blu-ray  Man of the West  Blu-ray  The Naked City  Region B Blu-ray + PAL DVD  Pete Kelly's Blues  Blu-ray
October 2014
 The Complete Jacques Tati: Jour de Fête, Monsieur Hulot's Holiday, Mon Oncle, PlayTime, Trafic, Parade  Blu-ray  Lolly-Madonna XXX  DVD  Under Fire  Blu-ray  Possessed 1947  Blu-ray  Chinese Puzzle  Blu-ray  Mulholland Falls  Blu-ray  La dolce vita  Blu-ray  The Incredible Melting Man  Region B Blu-ray + PAL DVD  Audrey Rose  Blu-ray  The Hunted 1948  DVD  Topkapi  Blu-ray  Werewolf Woman  Blu-ray  Shivers (They Came from Within)  Region B Blu-ray + PAL DVD  Fedora  Blu-ray  Yankee Doodle Dandy  Blu-ray  Nightcap (Merci pour le chocolat)  Blu-ray  True Confessions  Blu-ray  Dragonfly Squadron  Blu-ray + 3-D  Steven Spielberg Director's Collection: Duel, Sugarland Express, Jaws, 1941, E.T., Jurassic Park, The Lost World; Jurassic Park  Blu-ray  The Blob  Blu-ray  My Darling Clementine  Blu-ray  Drum Beat  DVD  Billion Dollar Brain  Blu-ray  Run Silent, Run Deep  Blu-ray  The Last of the Unjust  Blu-ray  Edge of Tomorrow: Live. Die. Repeat.  Blu-ray  Iguana  Blu-ray  The Lieutenant Wore Skirts  DVD  Arrowsmith  DVD  Bloody Mama  Blu-ray  La Bamba  Blu-ray
September 2014
 Chef  Blu-ray  The Vincent Price Collection II: House on Haunted Hill, Return of the Fly, The Raven, The Comedy of Terrors, The Last Man on Earth, Tomb of Ligeia, Dr. Phibes Rises Again  Blu-ray  The Universal Classic Monsters collection: Dracula, DrĂ¡cula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, The Bride of Frankenstein, Werewolf of London, Dracula's Daughter, Son of Frankenstein, The Invisible Man Returns, The Invisible Woman, The Mummy's Hand, The Wolf Man, The Ghost of Frankenstein, The Mummy's Ghost, The Mummy's Tomb, Invisible Agent, Phantom of the Opera, Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, Son of Dracula, House of Frankenstein, The Mummy's Curse, The Invisible Man's Revenge, House of Dracula, She-Wolf of London, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy, Revenge of the Creature, The Creature Walks Among Us  DVD  Che!  Blu-ray  The White Tower  DVD  The Young Savages  Blu-ray  Night of the Comet  Region B Blu-ray + PAL DVD  To Be and To Have  DVD  The Moonshine War  DVD  The Killer Elite  Blu-ray +  Noon Wine  Blu-ray  Brute Force  Region B Blu-ray + PAL DVD  The 'Burbs  Region B (UK) Blu-ray  The Dogs of War  Blu-ray  The Innocents  Blu-ray  Hangmen Also Die!  Blu-ray  Roman Polanski's Macbeth  Blu-ray  Across 110th Street  DVD  Blu-ray  Black Sunday  Blu-ray CANCELLED  Black Sabbath  Blu-ray CANCELLED  Ghostbusters  Blu-ray  Ghostbusters II  Blu-ray  Eraserhead  Blu-ray  The Buddy Holly Story  Blu-ray  The Death Kiss  Blu-ray  The Big Operator  Blu-ray  The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden  DVD  The Great Race  Blu-ray  Distant Drums  Blu-ray  God's Pocket  Blu-ray  Queen Margot  Blu-ray  Seizure  Blu-ray  The Secret of Santa Vittoria  Blu-ray  Captain America: The Winter Soldier  Blu-ray  Juggernaut  Blu-ray  Vengeance is Mine  Blu-ray  What's New Pussycat  Blu-ray  Follow that Dream  Blu-ray
August 2014
 Man Hunt  Blu-ray  High School Confidential!  Blu-ray  Out of the Clear Blue Sky  DVD  7 Faces of Dr. Lao  DVD  On the Beach  Blu-ray  Testament  Arch of Triumph  Blu-ray   Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!  Blu-ray  Call Her Savage  Pickpocket  Blu-ray  Out of the Past  Blu-ray  The Unforgiven  Blu-ray  Wildcat Bus  DVD  The Essential Jacques Demy: Lola, Bay of Angels, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The Young Girls of Rochefort, Donkey Skin and Une chambre en ville  Blu-ray  Bankers of God: The Calvi Affair  Blu-ray  Marty  Blu-ray  Performance  Blu-ray  Scanners  Blu-ray + DVD
July 2014
 Werner Herzog, The Collection: Even Dwarfs Started Small, The Land of Silence and Darkness, Fata Morgana, Aguirre the Wrath of God, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, Heart of Glass, Strozek, Woyzeck, Nosferatu the Vampyre, Fitzcarraldo, Ballad of the Little Soldier, Where the Green Ants Dream, Cobra Verde, Lessons of Darkness, Little Dieter Needs to Fly, My Best Fiend  Blu-ray  Savant Article: Military Boomer Movie Confessions  Dark Crimes Volume Two: Ministry of Fear, You and Me, Undertow, Hollywood Story  Paris Blues  Blu-ray  Born Yesterday  Blu-ray  Witness for the Prosecution  Blu-ray  Hearts and Minds  Blu-ray  Violent Saturday  Blu-ray  The North Star + Armored Attack!  Blu-ray  The Scalphunters  Blu-ray  The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes  Blu-ray  Caught  Blu-ray  Picnic at Hanging Rock  Blu-ray  Woman's World  DVD  The Lost Moment  Blu-ray  I Vinti (The Vanquished)  Blu-ray  The Time Machine  Blu-ray  A Hard Day's Night  Blu-ray
June 2014
 Operation Petticoat  Blu-ray  Judex  Blu-ray + DVD  Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid  Blu-ray  L'eclisse  Blu-ray  World on a Wire  Blu-ray  Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison  Blu-ray  All that Heaven Allows  Blu-ray  What Price Hollywood?  DVD  Crack-Up  DVD  The Train  Blu-ray  The Great Flood  DVD  The Man from Laramie  Blu-ray  Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq  DVD  Kismet  Blu-ray  The Max Linder Slapstick Symposium Collection  DVD  Home of the Brave  Blu-ray  Sullivan's Travels  Region B Blu-ray  Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide  DVD  The Nutty Professor 50th Anniversary  Blu-ray  Weekend of a Champion  DVD  Bible Quiz  DVD
May 2014
 Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?  DVD  Prime Cut  Blu-ray  Here Comes the Navy  DVD  Red River  Blu-ray  Fate is the Hunter  Blu-ray  Warner World War II Collection: The Big Red One, Where Eagles Dare, The Dirty Dozen, George Stevens D-Day to Berlin (DVD), Memphis Belle, Battle of the Bulge, Defiance  Blu-ray  Two Rode Together  Blu-ray  Johnny Come Lately  Blu-ray  The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou  Blu-ray  The Rodgers & Hammerstein Collection: South Pacific, The Sound of Music, State Fair, The King and I, Carousel, Liliom, Oklahoma!  Blu-ray  Monte Walsh  Blu-ray  Overlord  Blu-ray  Flying Tigers  Blu-ray  Il sorpasso  Blu-ray  The Flying Dutchman  DVD  Thunderbirds are GO! &  Thunderbird 6  Blu-ray  Wild at Heart  Blu-ray  Memphis Belle  Blu-ray  Ace in the Hole  Blu-ray + DVD  Midnight Lace  DVD  White Zombie  Blu-ray + DVD  A Brief History of Time  Blu-ray  Forever Amber  DVD  Sorcerer  Blu-ray  Backlash  Region 0 Blu-ray  Nosferatu the Vampyre  Blu-ray  The Wind and the Lion  Blu-ray  The Inspector Lavardin Collection  Blu-ray  Show Boat  DVD  Professor Mamlock  DVD  Dante's Inferno  DVD  The Trials of Muhammad Ali  DVD
April 2014
 All the King's Men  Blu-ray  The Revengers  Blu-ray  Young at Heart  Blu-ray  The Freshman  Blu-ray + DVD  Get Carter  Blu-ray  King of the Hill  Blu-ray + DVD  Man Without a Star  All-Region Blu-ray  Broadway Danny Rose  Blu-ray  Disco & Atomic War  DVD  The Pawnbroker  Blu-ray  Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation  Blu-ray  Touch of Evil  Blu-ray  Used Cars  Blu-ray  Villain  DVD  Double Indemnity  Blu-ray  Wonderwall  Blu-ray  Let the Fire Burn  DVD  Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia  Blu-ray  The People versus Paul Crump  DVD  Men in War  Blu-ray   Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics IV: So Dark The Night, Johnny O'Clock, Walk A Crooked Mile, Between Midnight And Dawn, Walk East On Beacon!  DVD  Stranger on the Prowl  Blu-ray  Providence  Region 2 PAL DVD  King Kong vs Godzilla  Blu-ray  The Hidden Fortress  Blu-ray + DVD  Riot in Cell Block 11  Blu-ray  The Bamboo Saucer  Blu-ray  Hatari!  Blu-ray
March 2014
 The Killers (1964) Region B Blu-ray  The Eddy Duchin Story  Blu-ray  The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah  DVD  Cry Danger  Blu-ray  The Front  Blu-ray  The Swimmer  Blu-ray + DVD  Gunfight at the O.K. Corral  Blu-ray  Free and Easy + Estrellados  DVD  Roadblock  DVD  The Hunchback of Notre Dame  Blu-ray  Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom  Blu-ray  American Hustle  Blu-ray  The Americanization of Emily  Blu-ray  Thief  Blu-ray  Dead Kids aka Strange Behavior  Blu-ray  Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me Theatrical Review  The Nuisance  DVD  Invitation  DVD  5 Fingers  DVD  ...Et mourir de plaisir (...und vor Lust zu Sterben, Blood and Roses)  Region 2 PAL DVD  Crimes and Misdemeanors  Blu-ray  Tess  Blu-ray + DVD  The Blue Max  Blu-ray  Foreign Correspondent  Blu-ray + DVD  Margin for Error  DVD  Jupiter's Darling  DVD
February 2014
 Thunderbolt and Lightfoot  Blu-ray  Thirst  Blu-ray  Du Rififi chez les hommes  Blu-ray + DVD  Heart of Darkness  DVD   Come Back, Africa - The Films of Lionel Rogosin, Volume 2  Blu-ray  Gravity  Blu-ray  Khartoum  Blu-ray  Savant Q&A Interview: Greg Kintz of The 3-D Film Archive on Man in the Dark  Dusty and Sweets McGee  DVD  Thor: The Dark World  Blu-ray  It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World  Blu-ray + DVD  This Woman is Dangerous  DVD  The Vincent Price Collection: The Fall of the House of Usher, Pit and the Pendulum, The Haunted Palace, The Masque of the Red Death, Witchfinder General, The Abominable Dr. Phibes  Blu-ray  Million Dollar Baby  Blu-ray  Zulu  Blu-ray  Trans-Europ-Express  Blu-ray
January 2014
 Grey Gardens  Blu-ray  The Lady from Shanghai  Blu-ray  Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)  Blu-ray  Fearless  Blu-ray  Taxi  DVD  The Killing Fields  Blu-ray  Throne of Blood  Blu-ray + DVD  Martin Scorsese's World Cinema Project: Touki-Bouki, Redes, A River Called Titas, Dry Summer, Trances, The Housemaid  Blu-ray + DVD  Man in the Dark 3D  Blu-ray + 3-D  I Cannibali  Blu-ray  The Jerry Warren Collection Volume 1: Man Beast, Curse of the Stone Hand, The Wild World of Batwoman  DVD  Captain Phillips  Blu-ray  Royal Flash  Blu-ray  Young America  DVD  More Than Honey  Blu-ray  Sabata  Blu-ray + Region 2 PAL DVD  Vivacious Lady  DVD  Many Wars Ago (Uomini contro)  Blu-ray  Corruption  Blu-ray  Lee Daniels' The Butler  Blu-ray  The Beast of Hollow Mountain  Blu-ray  The Neanderthal Man  Blu-ray  The Big Gundown Region A  Blu-ray  Stella Dallas  DVD

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