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August 28, 2018

Alex Cox’s Straight to Hell (1987) on blu-ray from Kino, from a new 2K remaster



Four hapless bank robbers bury their loot and attempt to hide out in a deserted desert town, but very soon find out that the town is not really deserted. Norwood (Sy Richardson), Simms (Joe Strummer) and Willy (Dick Rude) are three black-suited killers-for-hire. After missing their intended target and trying to escape the wrath of their employer (Jim Jarmusch), they head for the desert and rob a bank en-route. As their car dies in a ravine, the trio bury their money and head for a lonely town to hide out till the heat blows over. The insane cast includes Courtney Love, The Pogues, Grace Jones, Dennis Hopper, Elvis Costello, Kathy Burke and Xander Berkeley.






June 29, 2018

Albert Brooks’ Modern Romance (1981) on blu-ray from Indicator (UK)



A successful film editor with far too many issues that affects the relationship between him and his remarkably patient girlfriend.

Modern Romance (1981) - Amazon UK






August 20, 2018

David Mamet’s Oleanna (1994) on blu-ray Indicator (UK)



Flustered college student Carol (Debra Eisenstadt) visits John (William H. Macy), one of her professors, and asks how she can pass his class. The narcissistic instructor barely seems to notice her presence, and goes off on tangents relating to his own personal philosophies and problems while failing to answer the pupil. Later, a more assured Carol returns and accuses John of sexual harassment. The professor is baffled, but Carol remains steadfast in her claim, and their feud escalates nastily.

Oleanna (1994) - Amazon UK






August 20, 2018

Costa-Gavras’ Missing (1982) on blu-ray from Indicator (UK)



In 1973, U.S. businessman Ed Horman (Jack Lemmon) arrives in Chile to look for his son, Charles (John Shea), a politically left-leaning journalist who disappeared during a military coup. Charles' wife, Beth (Sissy Spacek), has been looking for some time, but her requests for help from the U.S. consulate have thus far produced few results. As Ed and Beth try to figure out what really happened to Charles, Ed realizes that the American officials may know more than they're telling.

Missing (1982) - Amazon UK






August 7, 2018

Nicholas Meyers’ The Day After (1983) on blu-ray from Kino, starring Jason Robards



The countdown has begun! Against the real-life backdrop of the US deployment of WMDs in Europe during the escalating cold war,this dramatically involving and agonizingly graphic film about nuclear holocaust detonated a direct hit into the heartland of America. Starring Jason Robards, JoBeth Williams, Steve Guttenberg, John Cullum and John Lithgow, this controversial, potent drama remains one of the most talked-about programs in television history. When cold-war tensions reach the ultimate boiling point, the inhabitants of a small town in Kansas learn — along with the rest of America — that they have less than 30 minutes before 300 Soviet warheads begin to appear overhead! Can anyone survive this ultimate nightmare...or the nuclear winter that is sure to follow?






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Abdellatif Kechiche's Black Venus (2010) on blu-ray from Arrow US & Arrow UK



The story of Saartjes Baartman, a Black domestic who, in 1808, left Southern Africa, then ruled by Dutch settlers, for Europe, following her boss Hendrick Caesar , hoping to find fame and fortune there. Once in London her master turned manager does nothing but exhibit her as a freak in a phony and humiliating carnival show. After a series of troubles caused by their act, Caesar, Saartje and their new friend, bear-tamer Réaux, head for Paris where once again, and against her will, she has to mimic savagery and expose her body, first in carnivals, then in the aristocratic salons of Paris, later on among the libertines and finally in brothels where she ends up being a prostitute. In the meantime, French anatomists will have taken an interest in her unusual anatomy (enormous buttocks and labia) only to declare her the missing link from ape to man. In 1815, aged only 27, she dies alone, of a combination of pneumonia and venereal disease.

Black Venus (2010) - Amazon

Black Venus (2010) - Amazon UK






August 21, 2018

John Cassavetes’ Gloria (1980) on blu-ray from Twilight Time



When a young boy's family is killed by the mob, their tough neighbor Gloria becomes his reluctant guardian. In possession of a book that the gangsters want, the pair go on the run in New York.








August 14, 2018

Terry Gilliam’s Tideland (2005) on blu-ray from Arrow US & Arrow UK



Pre-teen Jeliza-Rose's parents are hopeless drug addicts. Left alone on a decrepit country estate, the girl survives as she mentally transfers into a bizzare, hallucinatory world, created by her own mind.

Tideland (2005) - Amazon

Tideland (2005) - Amazon UK






August 13, 2018

Percy Adlon’s  Bagdad Cafe (1987) on blu-ray from StudioCanal UK, from a new 4K restoration



A lonely German woman ends up in the most desolate motel on Earth and decides to make it brighter.

Bagdad Cafe (1987) - Amazon UK



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August 20, 2018

Jackie Chan’s Police Story (1985) and Police Story 2 (1988) on limited edition blu-ray from Eureka (UK), from new 4K restorations



Police Story (1985) – Considered by Jackie Chan himself to be his best film in terms of pure action, Police Story stars Chan as "super cop" Chan Ka-Kui, who goes up against a notorious crime lord in a series of escalating set-pieces that resulted in many of Jackie's stunt team being hospitalised.

Police Story 2 (1988) – Demoted to traffic cop after the events of the first film, Chan Ka-Kui is reinstated to the detective unit when a deadly gang of explosive experts blow up a building and threaten to blow up more if their demands are not met. Featuring yet more bravura stunt work, and even more injuries to its cast and crew, Police Story 2 is to this day considered one of the best action films ever made.


Police Story 1 & 2 (1985-88) - Amazon UK






October 23, 2018

Terence Davies’ Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988) on blu-ray from Arrow, from a new 4K restoration



Loosely based on the director's own family and upbringing, Distant Voices, Still Lives presents an evocative account of working-class life in Liverpool, England during the 1940s and 50s. Births, marriages and deaths – and an expressive use of music – provide the underpinning for a film that is beautiful, heartbreaking, resonant but never sentimental.

Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988) - Amazon






September 10, 2018

Michael Lehmann’s Heathers (1988) on blu-ray from Arrow (UK), from an Arrow-exclusive 4K restoration from the original camera negative



At Westburg High, you're either a Heather or a nobody. And while Veronica Sawyer (Winona Ryder) might not be named Heather, she's a hands-down Heather in spirit, waging battles in the school's full-scale popularity war … but it's all getting to be a bit too much. Enter mysterious newcomer Jason (Christian Slater), who offers her the perfect -- albeit deadly -- solution to end the Heathers's social tyranny.

Heathers (1988) - Amazon UK






July 27, 2018

Marijan Vajda's Bloodlust (1977) on limited edition blu-ray from Mondo Macabro. Non-limited edition coming in the fall of 2018.



A deaf and dumb accountant suffers from a psychic trauma in his childhood. He is collecting puppets and mutilates female bodies in the mortuary. After his secret love died by an accident he starts to kill.






October 22, 2018

James Justice & Umberto Lenzi’s Nightmare Beach (1989) on blu-ray from 88 Films (UK)



Diablo is a biker gang leader executed for the murder of a young woman. A year after his death, it's time for Spring Break. Football players Skip and Ronnie head to the beach, where Skip meets Gail, the sister of the woman who was murdered a year ago. All the fun and glory of Spring Break, however, is about to turn into a living nightmare when a mysterious person in a biker outfit begins to kill people by electrocution. Could it be that Diablo has returned from the dead?

Nightmare Beach (1989) - Amazon UK






July 17, 2018

John Huston’s The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972) on blu-ray from Warner Archive



A no account outlaw establishes his own particular brand of law and order and builds a town on the edges of civilization in this farcical western. With the aid of an old law text and unpredictable notions Roy Bean distinguishes between lawbreakers and lawgivers by way of his pistols.

The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972) - Amazon






September 25, 2018

Felix E. Feist’s The Man Who Cheated Himself (1950) on blu-ray from Flicker Alley, from a new 4K restoration



A veteran homicide detective who has witnessed his socialite girlfriend kill her husband sees his inexperienced brother assigned to the case.

In the hard-boiled film noir tradition, reminiscent of the work of James L. Cain, greed, unstoppable sexual attraction, and betrayal set off a doomed course in which a femme fatale leads a once upstanding citizen down a dark path. The first independent production of Phoenix Films, the company run by Jack M. Warner, son of Warner Bros. Studios mogul Jack L., and a highlight in the lengthy career of director Felix E. Feist (Deluge), The Man Who Cheated Himself does not cheat on thrills.


The Man Who Cheated Himself (1950) - Amazon



November 13, 2018

James Bridges’ Bright Lights, Big City (1988) on blu-ray from MVD Visual. Shot by Gordon Willis.



A disillusioned young writer living in New York City turns to drugs and drinking to block out the memories of his dead mother and estranged wife.

Bright Lights, Big City (1988) - Amazon



2018 TBD

Jean Cocteau’s Les Parents Terribles aka The Storm Within (1948) on blu-ray from Cohen Media Group, from a new 2K restoration



In this heartbreaking drama based on Cocteau's highly successful stage play, a mother (Josette Day) smothers her grown son with boyish love. When the son (played by Cocteau regular Jean Marais) meets a girl and leaves the family circle, the mother flies into a rage. But when the boy tells his father, it sets off another drama - she is none other than the girl the father has been secretly seeing. Tragedy strikes in this time-honored tale of fledglings leaving the family nest.






2018 TBD

Kevin Rafferty’s The Atomic Cafe on blu-ray from Kino, from a new 4K restoration



Armageddon has never been so darkly funny as in The Atomic Cafe. This 1982 cult classic juxtaposes Cold War history, propaganda, music and culture, seamlessly crafted from government-produced educational and training films, newsreels and advertisements. Taken together, these sources cheerily instruct the public on how to live in the Atomic Age, how to survive a nuclear attack (!) ... and how to fight and win a nuclear war. As a U.S. Army training film advises, "Viewed from a safe distance, the atomic bomb is one of the most beautiful sights ever seen by man.

On its 20-year anniversary, and not a moment too soon, THE ATOMIC CAFE is back to provide us with a much-needed release of comic energy. A dark comedy in the truest sense, this timeless classic took the nation by storm when it first debuted in 1982. Atomic Cafe is a brilliant compilation of archival film clips beginning with the first atomic bomb detonation in the New Mexico desert. The footage, much of it produced as government propaganda, follows the story of the bomb through the two atomic attacks on Japan that ended World War II to the bomb's central role in the cold war. Shown along with the famous "duck and cover" Civil Defense films are lesser-known clips, many of which possess a bizarre black humor when seen today, and it's easy to see why this film, which was produced in the early 1980s, became a cult classic.







September 18, 2018

Graham Baker’s Impulse (1984) on blu-ray from Kino, from a 4K remaster



When Jennifer (Tilly) and her boyfriend Stuart (Matheson) return to her idyllic hometown, they discover that all boundaries of civility seem to have eroded. Mystified by the actions of normally kind townspeople who are suddenly driven to extremes of irrational-and violent-behavior, Jennifer and Stuart attempt to get to the bottom of the increasingly life-threatening chaos...before it destroys them!



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September 17, 2018

Alain Resnais' Last Year at Marienbad (1961) on blu-ray from StudioCanal (UK), from a new 4K restoration from the original camera negative



In a baroque spa hotel, an unnamed sophisticate (Giorgio Albertazzi) attempts to persuade a similarly unnamed married woman (Delphine Seyrig) that they have not only previously met, but that they were also romantically involved and had planned to elope together. The woman recalls no such encounter and so begins a sensual and philosophical examination of the uncertainty of truth.

Last Year in Marienbad (1961) - Amazon UK






October 30, 2018

Sergio Martino’s Torso (1973) on blu-ray from Arrow US, from a 2K restoration of the original camera negative



A talented and versatile journeyman, director Sergio Martino (The Case of the Scorpion's Tail, Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key) has lent his talents to multiple genres across his long and varied career, but it is undoubtedly his giallo thrillers from the early 70s for which he is best known. Among the most highly acclaimed of these, 1973's Torso revels in the genre's time-honored traditions while simultaneously laying the groundwork for the modern slasher movie.

A sex maniac is prowling the streets of Perugia, targeting picturesque university town's female students. Alarmed at plummeting life expectancy of the student body, Jane (Suzy Kendall, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage) and her three friends elope to a secluded country villa – only to discover that, far from having left the terror behind, they've brought it with them!

Also known as Carnal Violence, Torso was released in Italy towards the end of the giallo boom before enjoying a second life on the American grindhouse circuit. Co-starring Tina Aumont (Salon Kitty) and Luc Merenda (The Violent Professionals), the film finds its director at the top of his game, delivering copious levels of violence, sleaze and one of the tensest cat-and-mouse games ever committed to celluloid!




October 15/16, 2018

John Landis’ Shlock (1972) on blu-ray from Arrow US & Arrow UK, from a 4K restoration of the original camera negative



Carnage! Terror! Banana skins! The mighty prehistoric ape Schlocktropus has emerged from hiding to embark on a full-scale rampage across a quiet Southern Californian suburb. The police are baffled. The army is powerless. The body count is rising. But when Schlocktropus encounters a kindly blind woman (Eliza Garrett, National Lampoon's Animal House) who sees beyond his grotesque visage, the homicidal simian is presented with a chance at redemption…

Shot over twelve days on a micro-budget, Schlock launched the careers of both Landis and legendary effects makeup artist Rick Baker (Videodrome). An uproarious pastiche of monster movies, packed to the gills with irreverent humour and biting satire, Schlock serves as the outrageous missing link between the creature features of yesteryear and its creators' subsequent varied and celebrated careers. 



Trailer for the German release, from the same restoration:




October 15/16, 2018

Terry Gilliam’s Twelve Monkeys (1998) on blu-ray from Arrow US & Arrow UK, from a 4K restoration of the original camera negative



Following the commercial and critical success of The Fisher King, Terry Gilliam next feature would turn to science fiction and a screenplay by Janet and David Peoples (Blade Runner, Unforgiven) inspired by Chris Marker's classic short film La Jetée.

In 1996, a deadly virus is unleashed by a group calling themselves the Army of the Twelve Monkeys, destroying much of the world's population and forcing survivors underground. In 2035, prisoner James Cole (Bruce Willis, Die Hard) is chosen to go back in time and help scientists in their search for a cure.


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Lewis Allen’s technicolor noir Desert Fury (1947) on blu-ray from Kino



The daughter of a Nevada casino owner gets involved with a racketeer, despite everyone's efforts to separate them.

Caps from an older DVD transfer:














September 18, 2018

Michael Powell’s The Age of Consent (1969) on blu-ray from Mill Creek



Bradley Morahan, a successful Australian artist living in New York, decides to return to his home country to seek new inspiration for his work. On a small island off the east coast he meets Cora, a young woman who becomes his muse and rekindles his love of art.






September 25, 2018

Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger’s The Wild Heart aka Gone to Earth (1950) on blu-ray from Kino



A beautiful, superstitious, animal-loving Gypsy is hotly desired by a fox-hunting squire...even after she marries a clergyman.

The Wild Heart (1950) - Amazon



October 9, 2018

Luis Puenzo’s The Official Story (1985) on blu-ray from Cohen Media Group



The Official Story is about an upper middle class couple who lives in Buenos Aires with an illegally adopted child. The mother, Alicia (Norma Aleandro), comes to realize that her daughter may be the child of a desaparecido, a victim of the forced disappearances that occurred during Argentina's last military dictatorship.



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October 22, 2018

Jacques Tourneur’s Night of the Demon (1957) on blu-ray from Indicator (UK)



American professor John Holden arrives in London for a parapsychology conference, only to find himself investigating the mysterious actions of Devil-worshiper Julian Karswell.

Based on M R James’ chilling short story ‘Casting the Runes’, this acknowledged and hugely influential classic of horror cinema is presented in a deluxe 2-Disc Blu-ray Limited Edition, with four alternative presentations of the film, a staggering array of new and archival extra features and an exclusive 80-page book containing new writing and archival re-prints.


Night of the Demon (1957) - Powerhouse Films






October 22, 2018

William Castle at Columbia, Volume One on blu-ray from Indicator (UK)



The first of two Limited Edition Blu-ray box sets dedicated to one of American cinema’s most iconic filmmakers. WILLIAM CASTLE AT COLUMBIA, VOLUME ONE features four fright films from the outrageous showman’s illustrious career with Columbia Pictures – the shocking THE TINGLER (1959), starring the great Vincent Price, the intense 13 GHOSTS (1960), the controversial Psycho-inspired HOMICIDAL (1961), and the lurid MR SARDONICUS (1961). All four films are presented for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK, and are complemented by a wealth of essential extra features and comprehensive booklets containing new essays and archival material.

William Castle at Columbia, Volume One - Powerhouse Films

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October 2, 2018

Robert Siodmak’s The Spiral Staircase (1945) on blu-ray from Kino, from a new 4K restoration. Includes a commentary by Film Historian Imogen Sara Smith.



One of the all-time great Hollywood chillers! A murderer is targeting disabled young women in a New England town, and Helen (Dorothy McGuire, Gentleman’s Agreement), a mute servant in a Gothic mansion, is terrified she's next. Mrs. Warren (Ethel Barrymore, Deadline – U.S.A.), the invalid, bullying mistress of the house, warns Helen to leave at once, rather than rely on her weak son and stepson for protection. But even as Helen is packing her things, she suspects she may be too late and the murderer is closer than she ever imagined. This terrifying and suspenseful thriller was produced by David O. Selznick (Duel in the Sun), directed by Robert Siodmak (Cry of the City), shot by Nicholas Musuraca (Out of the Past) and written by Mel Dinelli (The Reckless Moment), based on a novel by Ethel Lina White (The Lady Vanishes). 





October 2, 2018

Joe Sarno’s Sin in the Suburbs (1964), Confessions of a Young American Housewife (1974), and Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures (1964) on blu-ray from Film Movement, from new 2K restorations



Confessions of a Young American Housewife / Sin in the Suburbs - Amazon


Confessions of a Young American Housewife (1974) - New York sophisticates Carole and Eddie spice up their sex life by swapping partners with their close friends, Anna and Pete. An unexpected visit from Carole's young, attractive and recently widowed mother Jennifer throws a temporary wrench into their plans, but the quartet are soon back in action after Pete tries and fails to seduce Jennifer in the kitchen. Intoxicated by life and lust, Jennifer begins a May-December romance. Stars Rebecca Brooke and Jennifer Wells.





Sin in the Suburbs (1964) - Audrey Campbell (Olga) stars as Geraldine Lewis, a lonely housewife and mother who distracts herself with racy friends and a secret affair. Discovered in the arms of another man, Geraldine immerses herself in a secret sex club, only to find a shocking secret revealed!




Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures (1964) - Never Before Released on any Home Video Format. In 1964's Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures, Joe Sarno tells the tale of three ambitious college girls who head to New York City, eager to make their mark on Broadway. Short on funds, the girls rent a room from a men's magazine model and are soon immersed in a lurid world of wild parties, risque men's clubs and sleazy casting couches. Lessons are learned and hearts are broken as each one decides just how far she will go for stardom. Featuring Bettie Page-style bondage and female wrestling, Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures is a sultry snapshot of Manhattan of the early 1960s. Stars Marla Ellis and Joe Santos.





November 13, 2018

George Marshall’s The Blue Dahlia (1946) on blu-ray from Shout Factory



"A honey of a rough-'em-up romance" (The New York Times) and a film fan favorite, The Blue Dahlia stars Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake, who generate sizzling screen chemistry in their final movie together. A WWII veteran (Ladd) is accused of killing his unfaithful wife and races against time to find the real murderer with the help of a sympathetic stranger (Lake). Written for the screen by acclaimed detective writer Raymond Chandler, this stylized film features moody black and white cinematography and earned a 1946 Academy Award nomination for Best Writing, Original Screenplay.



October 16, 2018

Nunnally Johnson's Black Widow (1954) on blu-ray from Twilight Time



A married Broadway producer is taken with an innocent young woman who wants to be a writer and make it on Broadway. He decides to take her under his wing, but it's not long before the young lady is found dead in his apartment.




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September 25, 2018

Todd Solondz’s Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995) on MOD blu-ray from Sony - but pressed, apparently (everyone thought this was coming from Criterion so what happened?)



An unattractive seventh grader struggles to cope with inattentive parents, snobbish classmates, a smart older brother, an attractive younger sister, and her own insecurities in suburban New Jersey.

Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995) - Amazon






Fall 2018 TBD

Lucio Fulci’s Murder Rock (1984) on blu-ray from Scorpion Releasing



The owner of a prestigious New York ballet school teams up with a male model to solve a series of bizarre murders of a few of the students.






November 26/27, 2018

Robert Altman's Gosford Park (2001) on blu-ray from Arrow US & Arrow UK, from a new 2K restoration from a 4K scan



In 2001, Robert Altman (MASH, The Long Goodbye) took the unexpected step into Agatha Christie territory with Gosford Park, a murder-mystery whodunit set in an English country house starring a host of British acting greats and with an Oscar-winning screenplay by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes.

Set in 1932, the action unfolds during a weekend shooting party hosted by Sir William McArdle (Alan Bates), and his wife Lady Sylvia (Kristin Scott Thomas) at his estate, Gosford Park. Among the guests are friends, relatives, the actor and composer Ivor Novello (Jeremy Northam), and an American film producer (Bob Balaban). When Sir William is found murdered in the library, everyone – and their servants – becomes a suspect.




November 5, 2018

Alfonso Cauron's Children of Men (2006) on blu-ray from Arrow UK



In 2027, following eighteen years of global human infertility, the world is a bleak and hostile place. Former activist Theo (Clive Owen, Gosford Park, Shadow Dancer) drifts through the violence-riven streets of London without hope or purpose. However, when he reluctantly agrees to help former lover Julian (Julianne Moore, The Fugitive) smuggle a miraculously pregnant woman out of the country, he is unwittingly thrust into the role of all that stands between the human race and its extinction. As the country descends into anarchy and the authorities close in, Theo must race against time to secure safe passage for the humanity's only hope of salvation.



November 13/12, 2018

Allison Anders' Gas Food Lodging (1992) on blu-ray from Arrow US & Arrow UK



Adapted from the novel Don't Look and It Won't Hurt by Richard Peck, Allison Anders (Grace of My Heart) whipped up a storm at the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival with her masterfully crafted tale of a young woman trying to find love while struggling to bring up her two daughters.

Abandoned by her husband, Nora (Brooke Adams, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Stuff) waitresses to keep her head above water while raising two teenagers in a small New Mexico town trailer park. Beautiful and rebellious, Trudi (Ione Skye, Wayne's World, Zodiac) quits school to work alongside her mother, while her sister Shade (Fairuza Balk, The Craft, American History X) whittles away her time watching old movie matinees. Their life is turned on its head when Trudi finds that she has fallen pregnant after a string of promiscuous relationships and the girls' absent father returns with hopes of mending the relationships he broke when he left.

A wonderfully engaging story of the woes of teenagers reaching adulthood, Gas Food Lodging is a distinctly American portrayal of a mother trying to raise two wayward teens with growing pains, who are learning about love, life and each other.




 

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