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Re: What'ya got 2017?
« Reply #30 on: March 02, 2017, 12:26:08 PM »
Möbius
UPC 031398-193883 | France 2013 | 108 minutes | Lionsgate

In the high-stakes world of espionage, Russian FSB operative Grégory Lioubov (Jean Dujardin) will do whatever it takes to crack an international operation, and American banker Alice (Cécile De France) is the key. The only problem is that Lioubov isn't the only one after Alice. Now Lioubov must find out whom he can trust and use everything he knows in order to get to the truth and bring down a powerful Russian oligarch.


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Re: What'ya got 2017?
« Reply #31 on: March 08, 2017, 09:08:17 PM »
Central Intelligence (2016)


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« Reply #32 on: March 13, 2017, 10:11:17 PM »
The Hard Way (1991)


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Code of Honor (2016)


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Re: What'ya got 2017?
« Reply #33 on: March 19, 2017, 05:36:24 PM »


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The Survivor
UPC 663390-001462 | Australia 1980 | 98 minutes | Severin Films

When a 747 crash lands in a Sydney suburb – a still-spectacular sequence that helped make this the most expensive Australian film of its time – the inferno kills everyone on board except the pilot (Robert Powell of JESUS OF NAZARETH and TOMMY) who emerges from the wreckage miraculously unscathed. But as a local psychic (Jenny Agutter of AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON) begins to communicate with the spirits of the doomed passengers, it will unlock a nightmare of madness, murder and supernatural horror.

Hollywood legend Joseph Cotten in his final film performance co-stars in this shocker directed by British film icon David Hemmings (BLOW-UP, DEEP RED) and produced by Ozploitation maverick Antony I. Ginnane (THIRST, PATRICK, TURKEY SHOOT), featuring haunting cinematography by Academy Award® winner John Seale (THE ENGLISH PATIENT, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD) and now transferred in 2k HD for the first time ever.

Convoy
UPC 738329-160227 | United States 1978 | 111 minutes | Kino Lorber, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

Mastered in HD - When the Western film, for many decades the staple of the American cinema, suffered a decline in the Seventies, a new sub-species helped fill the void – the trucking epic. The great Sam Peckinpah (The Wild Bunch) directed this action classic based on the runaway hit song, Convoy. Martin 'Rubber Duck' Penwald (Kris Kristofferson, Vigilante Force) who, in pursuance of a feud with Sheriff Lyle 'Cottonmouth' Wallace (Ernest Borgnine, Marty), unites scores of his fellow-drivers via Citizen Band radio into a gigantic mile-long convoy which, powered by pent-up frustrations and resentments as much as by diesel-fuel, rolls irresistibly along the Arizona highways towards the freedom of the Mexican border. The stellar cast includes Ali MacGraw (The Getaway), Seymour Cassel (Opening Night) and Burt Young (The Killer Elite) as Bobby 'Love Machine' 'Pig Pen'.

No Retreat, No Surrender
UPC 738329-206383 | United States 1985 | 99 minutes | Kino Lorber

Ivan "The Russian Butcher" Kraschinsky (Jean-Claude Van Damme, Hard Target, Double Impact) faces off with Jason "Kid Karate" Stillwell (Kurt McKinney, Sworn to Justice) in a do-or-die battle between good and evil. Jason is an avid admirer of Bruce Lee, but has suffered countless defeats. At his lowest emotional ebb Jason is visited by Bruce Lee's spirit (Kim Tai Chong, Game of Death) offering to teach him all his closely guarded secrets. Jason's training is quickly put to its ultimate test when a crime syndicate threatens to take over Seattle as the fate of Jason's karate school hangs in the balance. Jason is forced to submit to a "trial by combat" against the syndicate champion, Ivan, an unstoppable butcher who has made mincemeat out of all the black belts he's faced before and there's no retreat and no surrender. Directed by action-great Corey Yuen (The Transporter and Jet Li's The Legend and The Legend II). This release includes both the international cut and U.S. theatrical cut, available for the first time in HD.

The Park Is Mine
UPC 738329-206703 | Canada 1985 | 102 minutes | Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Kino Lorber

He was the one veteran, they couldn't ignore! Screen icon Tommy Lee Jones (Blown Away) stars in this explosive thriller about a Vietnam vet's drastic steps to make his country sit up and take notice. The war in Asia is over, but one disillusioned, disappointed ex-soldier decides to declare his own war bringing attention to the unfair and unjust treatment of Vietnam veterans in America. An expert in jungle warfare and guerilla tactics, the ex-soldier uses his lethal knowledge to "take" New York City's Central Park. Even Manhattan's street-wise cops, under the command of sympathetic Frank Eubanks (Yaphet Kotto, Report to the Commissioner), are no match for the skilled commando who within hours, proclaim, The Park is Mine. And in the blazing confrontation that follows, the Vietnam War just might be fought all over again – right here at home. Helen Shaver (The Believers) and Lawrence Dane (Scanners) co-star this suspense-filled action film, featuring atmospheric and haunting musical score by Tangerine Dream (The Keep, Thief, Miracle Mile).

One Million Years B.C.
UPC 738329-207267 | United Kingdom 1966 | 100 minutes | Kino Lorber

Brand New 4K Restoration! In this vivid view of prehistoric life, a man from the vicious Rock People, Tumak (John Richardson, Black Sunday) is banished from his home, but soon finds himself living among the kind, gentle Shell People. There, he falls in love with the beautiful Loana (Raquel Welch, 100 Rifles, Fuzz, Fathom), in the role that made her an international sex symbol and a major star. The two decide to strike out on their own, living by their wits in a deadly land of treacherous beasts and unknown dangers, leading to a thrilling climax by the edge of an angry volcano. The stunning primeval creatures were created by the legendary special effects wizard Ray Harryhausen (The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms). One Million Years B.C., a true science-fiction classic, was directed by Don Chaffey (Jason and the Argonauts) and featured a strong supporting cast that included Martine Beswick (Thunderball), Robert Brown (The Living Daylights), Percy Herbert (Too Late the Hero) and Yvonne Horner (Prehistoric Women). The 100-minute international cut and the 91-minute U.S. cut are both included on this Blu-ray.

Deluge
UPC 738329-212087 | United States 1933 | 66 minutes | Kino Lorber, Lobster Films

Newly Restored! Earthquakes in the Pacific send a massive tsunami around the globe, reducing New York City to rubble. Martin Webster (Sidney Blackmer, Rosemary's Baby) survives the catastrophe but is separated from his wife (Lois Wilson) and children. Pairing up with a headstrong young woman (Peggy Shannon), Webster struggles to rebuild civiilzation and cultivate a new post-apocalyptic moral code amidst the pillagers and vigilantes who remain. For years considered a lost film, Deluge is the holy grail of disaster movies. and has been restored from the original 35mm film elements by Lobster Films. Directed by Felix E. Feist (The Devil Thumbs a Ride, Donovan s Brain), DELUGE lives up to its near-mythic reputation.

Garden of Evil
UPC 811956-021199 | United States 1954 | 100 minutes | Twilight Time, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

Henry Hathaway directs this lavish 'Scope Western, focusing on a desperate woman (Susan Hayward) who hires three prospectors—played by Gary Cooper, Richard Widmark, and Cameron Mitchell—to help her rescue her husband (Hugh Marlowe), trapped in a Mexican gold mine in hostile Apache territory, Featuring legendary music by the one and only Bernard Herrmann—available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track—here giving us his only Western score.

The Prize
UPC 883316-331064 | United States 1963 | 135 minutes | Warner Home Video, Turner Entertainment Co.

Top writers, scientists and leaders converge annually on Stockholm to take part in the awarding of the prestigious Nobel Prizes. This year, however, some honorees will find the great event eclipsed by a greater challenge: staying alive. Paul Newman is up to his famed baby blues in danger and intrigue as Andrew Craig, a hard-drinking author and Nobel winner for literature. At first dismissive of the award and only interested in the cash it brings, Craig finds his writerly instincts and wit sharpened when he senses the physics prize winner (Edward G. Robinson) is an impostor. He sets out to expose the hoax, freefalling into a Cold War ploy of secrets, pursuits, subterfuge and assassins adapted for the screen (from Irving Wallace’s bestseller) with spice and wit by Ernest Lehman (North by Northwest, Sweet Smell of Success).

When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth
UPC 888574-452384 | United Kingdom 1970 | 100 minutes | Warner Home Video

After Raquel Welch conquered the screen in One Million B.C., Hammer Studios followed up with When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, written and directed by Val Guest (The Quatermass Experiment) and based on a story by J.G. Ballard (Crash). Victoria Vetri stars as Sanna, rescued from ritual sacrifice by Tara (Robin Hawdon), a member of a rival tribe. Her survival coincides with the mysterious formation of a new "fire" in the sky: the moon! Sanna's old tribe blames her for this affront to the sun; Sanna flees their wrath and Tara follows. Their shared adventures loom as large as the giants who once ruled the earth!

The Valley of Gwangi
UPC 888574-475000 | United States 1969 | 96 minutes | Warner Home Video

Cowpokes head into a mysterious Mexican valley to head ‘em up and move ‘em out. But they‘re not looking for little dogies. They're looking for great big dinosaurs.

James Franciscus stars in this thunderous adventure featuring amazing special effects by Ray Harryhausen [The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, Clash of the Titans (1981)]. Franciscus plays a Wild West showman who leads his riding and roping crew into the title region, where prehistoric giants still roam. Thanks to Harryhausen wizardry, fantastic creatures lunge, fight and rampage in scene after dazzling scene (including an awesome sequence where the cowboys rope Gwangi, a razor-toothed allosaurus). Saddle up and join the excitement.

Edge of Eternity
UPC 811956-021687 | United States 1959 | 80 minutes | Twilight Time

Thrillingly shot in CinemaScope® in and around the Grand Canyon, director Don Siegel’s actioner Edge of Eternity (1959) stars Cornel Wilde as a hard-jawed deputy with a past, suddenly dealing with a plague of murders. There’s mystery, there’s romance (Victoria Shaw is the tough, attractive woman with whom Wilde teams), and above all there are thrills, including a climax shot by legendary cinematographer Burnett Guffey to rival any cliffhanger ever put on screen. Daniele Amfitheatrof’s score—available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track—provides heightened suspense.

Kiss of Death
UPC 811956-021670 | United States 1947 | 99 minutes | Twilight Time

An icon of film noir, Kiss of Death (1947) tells the tale of a petty crook-turned-stool pigeon (Victor Mature) who, in his attempt to go straight, finds himself stalked by a psycho killer, the notorious Tommy Udo. One of cinema’s most frightening villains, Udo is incarnated in a startling debut performance by the one and only Richard Widmark, whose career was launched here under the guiding hand of veteran director Henry Hathaway. Shot in documentary style on location in New York City, the film also features a striking score by David Buttolph.


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Re: What'ya got 2017?
« Reply #35 on: March 20, 2017, 08:06:13 PM »


Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (Blu-Ray) 1969
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Paul Temple: The Complete Collection
UPC 5-036193-031250 | United Kingdom | 806 minutes | RLJ Entertainment

A collection of the surviving episodes of the BBC crime drama based on the long-running 1940s radio series. Paul Temple (Francis Matthews) is a crime writer who occasionally lends his services to Scotland Yard. Thankfully for the police, Temple is almost as good at solving crime mysteries as he is at writing them.

The Anderson Tapes
UPC 5-037899-069875 | United States 1971 | 99 minutes | Powerhouse Films

An early example of the techno-thriller, The Anderson Tapes--sharply directed by Sidney Lumet from the novel by Lawrence Sanders--follows just-out-of-stir Duke Anderson (a balding Sean Connery) as he plots the heist of an entire New York apartment building, enlisting a crew that includes Martin Balsam as a vintage 1971 gay stereotype and a very young Christopher Walken in perhaps the first of his jittery crook roles. The gimmick is that Anderson has been out of circulation so long that he doesn't realise his mafia backers are only supporting him because they feel nostalgic for the days before they were boring businessmen and that the whole setup is monitored by a criss-crossing selection of government and private agencies who don't care enough to thwart the robbery, which instead becomes unglued thanks to a gutsy young radio ham. With a cool Quincy Jones score, very tight editing, a lot of spot-on cameo performances from the likes of Ralph Meeker as a patient cop, this hasn't dated a bit: it's wry without being jokey and suspenseful without undue contrivance.

Planet Earth II
UPC 5-051561-003776 | United Kingdom 2016 | 342 minutes | BBC Worldwide

Captured in stunning Ultra-high definition detail, Planet Earth II is an immersive exploration of the jungles, mountains, deserts, islands, grasslands and cities of the world. Journey to the four corners of the globe to discover the extreme forces that shape life in each of these iconic landscapes and the remarkable ways animals manage to overcome the challenges of surviving in the wildest places on Earth. From eye-to-eye encounters with incredible creatures to epic journeys through breathtaking wildernesses, experience the wonder of the natural world as never before.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
UPC 5-053083-102302 | United States 2016 | 118 minutes | Paramount Home Entertainment

Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) returns to enforce his bold brand of justice in "a fun action-packed ride"* based on author Lee Child's best-selling series. When Army Major Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders) is framed for treason, Reacher discovers she's the target of a massive government conspiracy. With help from Turner and a mysterious new ally, Reacher risks everything to take down a powerful organization that will stop at nothing to protect its secrets.

*Peter Travers, ROLLING STONE

Invaders From Mars
UPC 5-060057-211045 | United States 1986 | 100 minutes | Final Cut Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios

Their conquest has already begun... He knows they’re here

Young David Gardner (HUNTER CARSON) lives with his parents in a rural area near the Marine Corps facility where his father works as a NASA research scientist. During a violent thunderstorm, David is startled awake by a blinding flash of light. From out his bedroom window he observes a flying saucer landing behind the nearby hill. Frightened, David runs to tell his mother, Ellen (LARAINE NEWMAN), and father, George (TIMOTHY BOTTOMS) and his father reluctantly agrees to investigate.

Arriving back at the house, George reports that nothing is there. But his manner seems changed -- cold and remote. The boy also notices a small bloody mark, much like an "X," at the back of his father's neck. George later takes his wife up the hillside and she too returns changed. With the help of the school nurse (KAREN BLACK) and the U.S Marines they must fight to save Davis parents and the village from being controlled by Martians.

Dead Heat
UPC 5-060103-799244 | United States 1988 | 84 minutes | 88 Films

Violent criminals who can’t be killed are shooting up Los Angeles, and the investigation leads L.A.P.D. detectives Roger Mortis (Treat Williams) and Doug Bigelow (Joe Piscopo) to a mysterious pharmaceutical firm. But when Mortis is suddenly murdered, his coroner girlfriend and loose cannon partner discover the company’s resurrection machine that turns Roger into the walking dead. Now the department s most unstoppable cops must battle zombie hit men, a butcher shop gone berserk and the deceased industrialist (the legendary Vincent Price in one of his final film roles) who may hold the key to it all. But can Mortis solve his own homicide case before he completely decomposes?

Darren McGavin (The Night Stalker), Lindsay Frost (The Ring) and Keye Luke (Gremlins) co-star in this wild combination of explosive action thriller and gory zombie comedy directed by Mark Goldblatt (The Punisher) and featuring grisly make-up effects and monsters by Steve Johnson (Species). 88 Films are proud to bring this explosive Special Edition to Blu-ray packed with Extras and with a remastered High Definition transfer.

The Defenders: Season One
UPC 826663-164695 | United States 1961 | 1810 minutes | Shout Factory

On the path to justice, there shall stand The Defenders.
One of television's most respected dramas finally arrives on DVD with The Defenders: Season One. E.G. Marshall and Robert Reed star as Lawrence and Kenneth Preston, a father-and-son team of defense attorneys specializing in complex and challenging cases, many of which explored real-world concersn that still resonate with audiences today.
Created by Reginald Rose (Twelve Angry Men), The Defenders was an Emmy® award-winning series many times over, with a well-earned reputation as one of the most socially conscious series ever to air on television.
In addition to its critical accolades, Season One's thirty-two episodes feature guest appearances from a litany of tremendous stars, including Jack Klugman, William Shatner, Ossie Davis, Richard Thomas, Frank Gorshin, Eva Gabor, Robert Duvall, Robert Loggia, Martin Sheen, Julie Newmar, and more.
An unquestionable champion of quality television, The Defenders: Season One is at long last in session.


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Death Walks on High Heels
UPC 5-027035-013855 | Italy 1971 | 108 minutes | Arrow Video

Although less celebrated than some of his better known giallo peers such as Dario Argento, Mario Bava and Sergio Martino, late producer-turned-director Luciano Ercoli contributed three hugely entertaining and memorable entries to the genre – including this, his 1971 sophomore effort, Death Walks on High Heels.

Spanish-born model and actress Nieves Navarro stars as Nicole, an exotic dancer who finds herself terrorised by a black-clad assailant determined on procuring her murdered father's stolen gems. Fleeing Paris in hopes of evading her knife-wielding pursuer, Nicole arrives in England only to discover that death stalks her at every corner.

With the scene-stealing Navarro at its centre, Death Walks on High Heels manages to subvert the conventions of the giallo film by having a ballsy, well-rounded female protagonist to root for – representing a welcome departure from the neurotic stereotypes found elsewhere within the genre.

Death Walks at Midnight
UPC 5-027035-013862 | Italy 1972 | 102 minutes | Arrow Video

The second film in Luciano Ercoli's Death Walks series (and his third directorial effort to feature his wife Nieves Navarro, aka Susan Scott), Death Walks at Midnight is arguably the director's masterpiece – aided in no small part by the screenwriting talents of giallo master Ernesto Gastaldi (Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key, Torso).

Navarro stars as Valentina – a model who, in the midst of a drug-fuelled photoshoot, witnesses a brutal murder in the apartment opposite hers. But when the authorities refuse to believe that a crime has been committed, Valentina is forced to assume the role of amateur sleuth in order to unravel the mystery.

Although Ercoli only made a small number of giallo films during his time as director, Death Walks at Midnight (with its ultra-stylised set-pieces and grisly murder sequences) would serve to forever cement his reputation within the genre.

Best Of The Best: The Complete Collection
UPC 5-034741-410311 | United States 1989 | 370 minutes | 4Digital Media

BEST OF THE BEST
Alex Grady (Eric Roberts), an Oregon welder and widowed father of a five-year old son is chosen for the US National Karate Team. He finds himself in the company of Travis Brickley (Chris Penn), an urban cowboy with an attitude and a host of other o?fbeat characters and their coach Frank Kouzo (James Earl Jones), a hardened veteran of high-powered Karate competition. It's a team with rough edges and problems that must be resolved if they're to win the international competition and become the Best of the Best

BEST OF THE BEST 2
A classic sequel to the brilliant original. Alex Grady (Eric Roberts) is a martial arts champion who, along with Tommy Lee (Phillip Rhee), is seeking revenge for the death of his friend Travis (Chris Penn). He finds out that Travis has got involved in a secret, high-priced, gambling event in which fighters go to the bloody extremes, attempting to become the champ. This is another breath taking action film that is punctuated with the fight scenes.

BEST OF THE BEST 3
- NO TURNING BACK
Tommy and another former member of the US National Karate Team join forces to avenge the death of their friend, who was brutally slain in competition at an underground Las Vegas fighting club. An initial confrontation between the revenge-minded pair and the murderer leaves the evildoer with a horrible facial scar, and he vows to bury the two former internationals. After he makes a few attempts to gun the duo down, they finally settle the score in a bloody grudge match at the club.

BEST OF THE BEST 4
- WITHOUT WARNING
Russian mobsters have stolen a computer disk which allows them to print money, and have hijacked a truck containing blank currency paper. Unfortunately for the mobsters, the disk is accidentally slipped into the possession of Tommy Lee. Desperate to get it back, the mobsters kidnap Tommy's daughter, and in order to rescue his child, he must face deadly temptresses, high-tech gadgets and an array of explosive weaponry.

The Accountant
UPC 5-051892-204187 | United States 2016 | 128 minutes | Warner Home Video

Math savant Christian Wolff (Ben Affleck) is more comfortable with numbers than people, working as a freelance accountant for the world's most dangerous criminal organisations. With the Treasury Department's Crime Enforcement Division closing in, he takes on a legitimate client, a robotics company where a clerk has discovered a discrepancy involving millions of dollars. But as Christian uncooks the books and gets closer to the truth, it's the body count that starts to rise.

The Infiltrator
UPC 5-051892-204958 | United States 0 | 127 minutes | Warner Home Video

Bryan Cranston stars in this crime drama based on US Customs official Robert Mazur's autobiography. The film follows Mazur (Cranston) as he goes undercover to infiltrate the money laundering operations of drug lord Pablo Escobar. Assuming the identity of successful businessman Bob Musella, Mazur promotes himself as the man who can turn dirty cash into clean. By laundering money for the drug cartels he hopes he will be led directly to the most powerful men at the top of the chain. In his new role as an undercover agent, Bob sets up complex networks of investments to protect the drug dealers' money and as he works his way up Escobar's organisation he is forced to go to new lengths to protect his cover and continue his mission. The cast also includes John Leguizamo, Benjamin Bratt and Diane Kruger.

The Mighty Peking Man
UPC 5-060103-798902 | Hong Kong 1977 | 90 minutes | 88 Films, Celestial Pictures

The success of the Japanese GODZILLA movies led to all kinds of strange cash-in capers - including the legendarily bizarre North Korean opus PULGASARI (1985). However, it was with THE MIGHTY PEKING MAN in 1977 that the Shaw Brothers studio cast their own attempt at a mega-sized monster movie and, for many, this is the one that even outdoes the Tokyo originators for sheer sublime cinematic genius. Featuring the iconic Danny Lee (THE KILLER/ THE UNTOLD STORY/ CITY ON FIRE) as an explorer in the Himalayas who gets caught up with a ravishing jungle Jane (played by the delicious Evelyne Kraft), and discovers a huge King Kong-inspired ape hiding in the forest, THE MIGHTY PEKING MAN is a creature feature that is packed full of sex appeal, city-smashing theatrics and monstrous moments. Acclaimed by Quentin Tarantino, who considers it a personal favourite, and highlighting assured direction from the great Ho Meng Hua (whose genre career also spans such sleazy classics as BLACK MAGIC and THE OILY MANIAC), MIGHTY PEKING MAN sets a gold standard in Hong Kong grindhouse glory and is finally back on British shelves, ready to pummel its way into the hearts of a new generation! The


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Re: What'ya got 2017?
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Train to Busan (Blu-Ray) 2016
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« Reply #39 on: March 29, 2017, 10:08:28 PM »
Eddie the Eagle (2016)


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Money Monster (2016)


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The Front Page (1974)


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It Came From Outer Space
UPC 025192-351914 | United States 1953 | 80 minutes | Universal Pictures Home Entertainment

Based on a story by acclaimed writer Ray Bradbury, It Came from Outer Space starring Richard Carlson and Barbara Rush is a science fiction classic that is as thought-provoking and tantalizing today as it was when it first "landed" on the silver screen.

When amateur astronomer John Putnam (Carlson) and his fiancée Ellen Fields (Rush) are stargazing in the desert, a spaceship bursts from the sky and crashes to the ground. Just before a landslide buries the ship, a mysterious creature emerges and disappears into the darkness. Of course, when he tells his story to the sheriff (Charles Drake), John is branded a crackpot. Before long, strange things begin to happen, but will the tide of disbelief turn in time?

The Gate
UPC 031398-260738 | Canada 1987 | 86 minutes | Vestron Video, Lionsgate

When best friends Glen and Terry stumble across a mysterious crystalline rock in Glen's backyard, they quickly dig up the newly sodden lawn searching for more precious stones. Instead, they unearth The Gate — an underground chamber of terrifying demonic evil. The teenagers soon understand what evil they've released as they are overcome with an assortment of horrific experiences. With fiendish followers invading suburbia, it's now up to the kids to discover the secret that can lock The Gate forever . . . if it's not too late.

The Hurricane
UPC 738329-179021 | United States 1937 | 104 minutes | Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Kino Lorber

The Hurricane is one of the most spectacular productions of the 1930s directed by the legendary John Ford (The Searchers). An intolerant Governor (Raymond Massey, Arsenic and Old Lace) sets off a series of tragic events in an idyllic Pacific paradise, disrupting the peaceful lives of newlywed islanders Terangi (John Hall, Arabian Nights) and Marama (Dorothy Lamour, My Favorite Brunette). Terangi is wrongly imprisoned by racist officials and after many failed escape attempts, additional years are added to his original six month jail term. Terangi finally succeeds and returns to Marama after a long absence, but only to be confronted with one of the most savage natural disasters to ever hit the island. The devastating hurricane was created by special effects wizard, James Basevi (San Francisco), who used enormous wind machines along with elaborate network of pipes and holding tanks to destroy the native village he had built. Ford acknowledged that assistant director Stuart Heisler (The Glass Key) was the driving force behind The Hurricane, and together they created a highly enjoyable film that stands as a landmark of Hollywood disaster films. The amazing cast includes Mary Astor, C. Aubrey Smith, Thomas Mitchell, John Carradine and Jerome Cowan.

Cabo Blanco
UPC 738329-197629 | United States 1980 | 91 minutes | Kino Lorber

Newly restored in HD! The stakes of the game are high, the rules hard, and each man and woman must play to win! Out of the sun-bleached woodwork, the players emerge. Cliff Hoyt (Charles Bronson, The White Buffalo), the ex-patriat American trying to forget. Gunther Beckdorff (Jason Robards, The Day After), the ex-Nazi seeking oblivion. And Marie Claire Allesandri (Dominique Sanda, The Conformist), the beautiful French woman in search of her missing lover. Against an explosive background, heightened by all the hopes, fears, greed and confusion of the post-war years, the three are thrown into an unforgettable tale of romance, adventure and intrigue. Wonderfully Directed by the great J. Lee Thompson (The Guns of Navarone, Cape Fear) and featuring a stellar cast that includes Fernando Rey (The French Connection I & II), Simon MacCorkindale (Death on the Nile), Camilla Sparv (Downhill Racer), Gilbert Roland (Barbarosa), Clifton James (Juggernaut), James Booth (Avenging Force), Martin LaSalle (Pickpocket) and Aldo Sambrell (Navajo Joe).

CHiPs: The Complete Fifth Season
UPC 883929-565160 | United States 1981 | 1306 minutes | Warner Home Video

If you think you've seen it all – think again! Open up the throttle and accelerate into adventure as Ponch (Erik Estrada) and Jon (Larry Wilcox) kick it into overdrive. It's a wild ride jam-packed with more criminal confrontations, karate fights and hilarious highway hijinks than you can imagine. Between illegal car races, animal bank robbers, a hit-and-run investigation and an epic Battle of the Bands, these guys are busy. But not to busy to celebrate their four-year anniversary of riding together! Don't miss Caitlyn Jenner (as Bruce Jenner), who joins the squad in the recurring role of Officer Steve McLeish in the roucous 5-Disc, 27-Episode Season Five Set.


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Over the past few bought from Amazon UK

Looking for something creepy, spooky, kooky and altogether ooky? When long-lost Uncle Fester (Christopher Lloyd) reappears after 25 years in the Bermuda Triangle, Gomez (Raul Julia) and Morticia (Anjelica Huston) plan a celebration to wake the dead. But Wednesday (Christina Ricci) barely has time to warm up her electric chair before Thing points out Fester’s uncharacteristically “normal” behaviour. Could this Fester be a fake, part of a diabolical scheme to raid the Addams fortune?

Pubert, the Addams' new baby, is in danger of being sabotaged by Wednesday and Puggsley, until Mortitia and Gomez hire a nanny, Debb ie, who marries Fester and tries to murder him for his money...typical family fun.

Children's fantasy comedy in which a young girl befriends a ghost. Dr. James Harvey (Bill Pullman), a ghost therapist, has been hired by the greedy owner of Whipstaff Manor to exorcise the house of its spirits, including the friendly, but lonely, Casper (voice of Malachi Pearson) and his crazy uncles Stretch (Joe Nipote), Stinkie (Joe Alaskey) and Fatso (Brad Garrett). While James' daughter Kat (Christina Ricci) forms a friendship with Casper his three uncles create havoc as they do everything in their power to prevent their eviction.

3 Great films from my Childhood and favorites of mine it's a shame i couldn't get Family Values on Blu Ray i dont think it's been released on Blu Ray i couldn't find it anyway

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All 64 episodes of the original 1960s series featuring the ghoulish goings-on of the Addams Family. Episodes are: 'The Addams Family Goes to School', 'Morticia and the Psychiatrist', 'Fester's Punctured Romance', 'Gomez, the Politician', 'The Addams Family Tree', 'Morticia Joins the Ladies League', 'Halloween With the Addams Family', 'Green-Eyed Gomez', 'The New Neighbours Meet the Addams Family', 'Wednesday Leaves Home', 'The Addams Family Meet the V.I.P.'s', 'Morticia, the Matchmaker', 'Lurch Learns to Dance', 'Art and the Addams Family', 'The Addams Family Meets a Beatnik', 'The Addams Family Meets the Undercover Man', 'Mother Lurch Visits the Addams Family', 'Uncle Fester's Illness', 'The Addams Family Splurges', 'Cousin Itt Visits the Addams Family', 'The Addams Family in Court', 'Amnesia in the Addams Family', 'Thing Is Missing', 'Crisis in the Addams Family', 'Lurch and His Harpsichord', 'Morticia, the Breadwinner', 'The Addams Family and the Spacemen', 'My Son, the Chimp', 'Morticia's Favourite Charity', 'Progress and the Addams Family', 'Uncle Fester's Toupee', 'Cousin Itt and the Vocational Counselor', 'Lurch, the Teenage Idol', 'The Winning of Morticia Addams', 'My Fair Cousin Itt', 'Morticia's Romance (Part 1)', 'Morticia's Romance (Part 2)', 'Morticia Meets Royalty', 'Gomez, the People's Choice', 'Cousin Itt's Problem', 'Halloween - Addams Style', 'Morticia, the Writer', 'Morticia, the Sculptress', 'Gomez, the Reluctant Lover', 'Feud in the Addams Family', 'Gomez, the Cat Burglar', 'Portrait of Gomez', 'Morticia's Dilemma', 'Christmas With the Addams Family', 'Uncle Fester, Tycoon', 'Morticia and Gomez vs Fester and Grandmama', 'Fester Goes On a Diet', 'The Great Treasure Hunt', 'Ophelia Finds Romance', 'Pugsley's Allowance', 'Happy Birthday, Grandma Frump', 'Morticia, the Decorator', 'Ophelia Visits Morticia', 'Addams Cum Laude', 'Cat Addams', 'Lurch's Little Helper', 'The Addams Policy', 'Lurch's Grand Romance' and 'Ophelia's Career'.

I have never seen the original Adams family TV series so should be interesting to watch

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« Reply #42 on: April 12, 2017, 12:20:53 PM »


Planet Earth II (Blu-Ray) 2016











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Allied (Blu-Ray) 2016
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« Reply #43 on: April 16, 2017, 10:05:04 PM »
Network (1976)


Apr 3rd - €10.89 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 2h 1m

Price per Hour: €5.40


21 (2008)


Apr 15th - €6.99 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 2h 3m

Price per Hour: €3.41


The Accountant (2016)


Apr 12th - €12.99 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 2h 8m

Price per Hour: €6.09


Constantine (2005)


Apr 12th - €7.97 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 2h 1m

Price per Hour: €3.95


Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)


Apr 12th - €7.65 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 2h 9m

Price per Hour: €3.56


The Untouchables (1987)


Apr 12th - €9.97 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 59m

Price per Hour: €5.03
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The Gunman (2015)


Apr 19th - €5.45 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 55m

Price per Hour: €2.84


Non-Stop (2014)


Apr 19th - €6.70 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 1h 47m

Price per Hour: €3.76
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