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Offline DJ Doena

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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #60 on: May 04, 2018, 05:51:16 PM »
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)


May 4th - €12.99 @ Amazon.de

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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #61 on: May 11, 2018, 04:33:37 PM »


Serpico: The Masters of Cinema Series (Blu-Ray) 1973











True Romance: Director's Cut (Blu-Ray) 1993











Dog Day Afternoon (Blu-Ray) 1975
We'll Always Have Paris.


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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #62 on: May 13, 2018, 11:26:01 AM »
The People Under the Stairs
UPC 5-027035-010403 | United States 1991 | 102 minutes | Arrow Video
In every neighbourhood there is one house that adults whisper about and children cross the street to avoid....

Wes Craven, the master of terror who brought you the infamous The Last House on the Left, invites you inside another house of horror!

Fool may be a streetwise kid, but he makes a decidedly bad decision when he agrees to assist a family friend in the robbery of their landlord's imposing homestead. What begins as a routine break-in soon begins to take a sinister turn as the would-be robbers find themselves trapped inside and face-to-face with the terrible secrets which lurk within the building's walls – and under the stairs...

The People Under The Stairs sees director Wes Craven return to one of his trademark themes: the savagery which lurks just underneath the skin of the outwardly conventional family unit. Often overlooked in favour of the director's more A-list hits such as Scream and A Nightmare on Elm Street, The People Under the Stairs is a superior slice of home-bound horror which can stand proudly alongside Craven's best works.

The Man Who Haunted Himself
UPC 5-027626-705343 | United Kingdom 1970 | 94 minutes | StudioCanal, Network
Roger Moore gives a career-defining performance as a businessman whose existence is reshaped by malevolent forces in this taut psychological thriller directed by Ealing Films veteran Basil Dearden. Made at a point in his career post-Saint and pre-Persuaders, this is the film that showcased Moore's big-screen charisma and ultimately lead to him taking over the role of James Bond. The complete, full-length version of The Man Who Haunted Himself is featured here in a brand-new HD restoration from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio on both Blu-ray and DVD.

Harold Pelham, a partner in a large electronics firm, finds himself in bewildering circumstances after recovering from a near-fatal car accident. What causes him to renounce his high business principles? Why do friends and colleagues repeatedly sight him in places he has never been? And why does Julie, an attractive girl he has seen only once, claim such an intimate relationship with him? Does Pelham really have a doppelganger – or is he losing his mind?

Junior Bonner
UPC 5-030697-003423 | United States 1972 | 96 minutes | PT Video, Prism Leisure
this legendary pairing of director Sam Peckinpah (The Wild Bunch, Straw Dogs) and Steve McQueen, McQueen gave an outstanding performance in the title role. It is therefore easy to see why Junior Bonner became one of Peckinpah`s most acclaimed films and his own personal favourite.

Still recovering from being thrown from a bull called Sunshine, Junior Bonner is on his way home to join his family for the annual Frontier Days Rodeo. However, when he arrives, he finds his house abandoned and his father, Ace (Robert Preston) in hospital. Determined to prove that he still has all the makings of a champion, Junior challenges Sunshine once again but this time he is determined to beat the bull so that his father`s dream of building a ranch in Australia can become a reality.

The Buddy Holly Story
UPC 5-030697-019653 | United States 1978 | 109 minutes | Fabulous Films
Buddy Holly laid the foundations for a generation of popular music with his ground-breaking combination of country music and rhythm & blues. This film tells his story from its explosive beginning to its tragic end with Gary Busey giving an electrifying, Oscar® nominated performance (Best Actor - 1978) as the young genius from Lubbock, Texas, who changed the tune of rock 'n' roll history.

Young Buddy's studious appearance gave no hint of the new music which was about to take the world by storm. His unique brand of rock 'n' roll catapulted him and the Crickets to national stardom in just three short years with hits such as ''That'll Be The Day'' and ''Peggy Sue''.

Despite opposition from the mainly redneck Texas community, his mother who nagged him to get a proper job and his girlfriend who wanted to tame him - by the age of 22, Holly had it all but the trials and tribulations of fame began to take it's toll and his brilliant career ended in tragedy all too quickly.

The Buddy Holly Story is one of the best biopics ever produced for cinema and features 12 of his greatest hit songs as well as winning the 1978 Academy Award™ for Best Score Adaptation. It's a dynamic tribute to one of the most influential rock 'n' rollers of all time and his legacy.

Ulzana's Raid
UPC 5-050582-031218 | United States 1972 | 99 minutes |
Violence begets violence in this explosive Western that pits marauding Apaches against weary Indian fighters and naive U.S. cavalrymen.  Burt Lancaster is McIntosh, a scout assigned to aid the cavalry in tracking down Ulzana and his band of renegade Indians.  As the trail gets hotter, he tries to teach idealistic young Lieutenant DeBuin (Bruce Davison) that the only way to fight their escalating brutality and violence is with stronger force.  This gritty action epic teaming Lancaster with Robert Aldrich (THE DIRTY DOZEN, THE LONGEST YARD), who directed him in the Westerns APACHE and VERA CRUZ, is considered one of their best films.  Written by Alan Sharp (NIGHT MOVES, THE OSTERMAN WEEKEND), it is sure to excite both the senses and the intellect with its parallels to the war in Vietnam.

Grease
UPC 5-053083-153823 | United States 1978 | 110 minutes | Paramount Home Entertainment
GREASE IS THE WORD!
The classic tale of good girl Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) and bad boy Danny (John Travolta) gets tuned up with new special features in this Grease™ Exclusive 40th Anniversary Edition. Your favourite movie musical just gets better with time!

Caravan to Vaccarès
UPC 738329-231293 | United Kingdom 1974 | 84 minutes | Scorpion Releasing, Bryanston Pictures
From the thrilling best seller from Alistair MacLean (Where Eagles Dare, Puppet On A Chain, Ice Station Zebra) now comes the exciting motion picture! American Neil Bowman (David Birney, Nightfall, Prettykill) is traveling through France when he meets British photographer Lila (Charlotte Rampling, Academy Award nominee, 45 Year, Zardoz, Farewell My Lovely). They are hired by French land owner Duc de Croyter (Michael Lonsdale, The Passage, Moonraker) to escort a Hungarian scientist to New York. But they soon realize that the job is not a cushy number, and have to deal with a gang of kidnappers who will stop at nothing to get their hands on the scientist. Also starring Marcel Bozzuffi (The Passage, French Connection), Michael Bryant (Girly) Flamingo Guitar legend Manitas De Plata, and directed by Geoffrey Reeve (Puppet On A Chain) now see this in HD and widescreen!

The Dungeonmaster / Eliminators
UPC 826663-163544 | United States 1984 | 172 minutes | Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Shout! Factory
THE DUNGEONMASTER (aka RAGEWAR)
Paul, a young computer ace, is forced to pit his physical and mental skills against unimaginable odds when a hulking wizard looking for formidable opponents picks Paul as his next challenger. Paul faces a series of seven spectacular and death-defying challenges and must survive not only to save his life but that of his girlfriend's too! Jeffrey Byron (Metalstorm: The Destruction Of Jared-Syn) and Richard Moll (Night Court) star in this eye-popping thriller featuring an appearance by W.A.S.P.!

ELIMINATORS
A mandroid – part man and part machine – seeks revenge on the evil scientist who created him. Enlisting the help of a beautiful woman and a mysterious ninja, he pursues the scientist in hopes of stopping him before he can further harm humanity. Andrew Prine (The Town That Dreaded Sundown) and Denise Crosby (Star Trek: The Next Generation) star.

Movie Movie
UPC 853765-005564 | United States 1978 | 105 minutes | Kino Lorber, Scorpion Releasing, ITV Studios Global Entertainment
An hilarious two-films-in-one toast to the classic 'B' movies of Hollywood in its heyday when the double feature was king. Dynamite Hands (in black and white, of course) is the fight story about big punch boxer Joey Popchick (Harry Hamlin, L.A. Law, Clash Of The Titans), his trainer Gloves Malloy (George C. Scott Academy Award® winner; Patton, The Hustler) and the up-to-no-good Vince Marlow (Eli Wallach, Firepower, The Good The Bad And The Ugly). Baxter's Beauties of 1933 (in gorgeous living color, naturally) follows the fortunes of Broadway producer Spats Baxter (George C. Scott again) with a heart of gold and a daughter who thinks she's an orphan and ends up saving the day in Spats' best show ever. Featuring an all-star cast including Barry Bostwick (The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Megaforce), Art Carney (Academy Award® winner; Harry & Tonto), Red Buttons (Academy Award® winner; Sayonara), Kathleen Beller (The Betsy), Barbara Harris (Family Plot), Anne Reinking (All That Jazz) and Trish Van Devere (The Hearse) and directed by the great Stanley Donen (Singin' In The Rain, Charade), now see this classic from a brand new HD master!!!


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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #63 on: May 13, 2018, 07:24:02 PM »
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Complete Series (1993 - 1999)


May 12th - $69.54 @ Amazon.com

Running Time: 5d 13h 49m

Price per Hour: $0.52
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #64 on: May 20, 2018, 02:13:34 PM »
Hackers (1995)


May 17th @ Amazon.ca

Running Time: 1h 45m
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #65 on: May 21, 2018, 06:02:27 AM »
I love *realistic* movies about programmers ... :clap:
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #66 on: May 21, 2018, 09:15:27 AM »
I love *realistic* movies about programmers ... :clap:

These aren't programmers. These are ... hackers!   :hysterical:
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #67 on: May 22, 2018, 04:00:00 PM »


Insidious: The Last Key (Blu-Ray) 2018











The Commuter (Blu-Ray) 2018
We'll Always Have Paris.


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