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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #30 on: February 01, 2018, 07:06:46 PM »
China O'Brien + China O'Brien 2
UPC 3-512391-865047 | Hong Kong 1990 | 169 minutes | Metropolitan Filmexport, Seven 7
China O'Brien (1990, 87', 1.66 4/3)
De retour dans sa ville natale, Lori O’Brien découvre que la population vit sous le joug d’un baron du pétrole cruel. Lorsque son père policier est tué, la jeune femme est élue shérif de la ville et se met en devoir de faire respecter la loi. Pour cela, elle va devoir faire étalage des dons en arts martiaux qui lui ont valu le surnom de « China ».

China O'Brien 2 (1991, 82', 1.78 4/3)
La femme shérif China O’Brien fait échouer un important deal de drogue. Furieux, les trafiquants mettent un contrat sur sa tête et font régner la terreur dans les rues de sa ville. Toujours entourée de ses comparses experts en arts martiaux Matt et Dakota, China va devoir résister à un véritable siège.

Devil Girl From Mars
UPC 5-027626-388249 | United Kingdom 1954 | 74 minutes | Network, StudioCanal
A rarely seen British B-movie gem, Devil Girl from Mars stars Patricia Laffan as a vinyl-clad, raygun-toting Martian on the hunt for Earthmen to repopulate her home planet; John Laurie, Adrienne Corri and Hammer Horror queen Hazel Court star among her human victims in this cult classic from the Danziger brothers. The film is featured here in a brand-new transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.

On a winter evening, assorted guests are at their supper in a remote Scottish inn. Suddenly, a brilliant light descends; a spaceship has landed on the moors, and the group is trapped within an invisible wall surrounding the house and garden. The invader is Nyah, a pitiless dominatrix whose powers are demonstrated through a robot under her control. With every Martian male wiped out in a definitive battle of the sexes, she has been sent to Earth to capture suitable breeding stock. As their escape attempts meet with icy contempt, the helpless humans must decide who will die to save the others... and possibly the world!

The Girl Can't Help It
UPC 5-028836-030713 | United States 1956 | 94 minutes | Second Sight
The classic `rock and roll' film of the 50's and the Jayne Mansfield movie, featuring her legendary strut down the street to Little Richard's title song while holding a pair of strategically placed milk bottles, melting ice and shattering glasses.

Around a simple comic plot - gangster hires alcoholic press agent to make a singing star out of his incredibly voluptuous but tone-deaf girlfriend - director Frank Tashlin creates a feast for eyes and ears in `the grandeur of CinemaScope' and glorious De Luxe colour.

Among the classic musical highlights are Eddie Cochran's Twenty Flight Rock, Gene Vincent's Be Bop A Lula, a very sultry Julie London singing `Cry Me A River' and an electric performance by Little Richard at his peak.

Charlie Varrick
UPC 5-037899-071342 | United States 1973 | 111 minutes |

Alien: Covenant
UPC 5-039036-081283 | United States 2017 | 122 minutes | Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Ridley Scott returns to the universe he created in ALIEN with ALIEN: COVENANT, a new chapter in the groundbreaking ALIEN franchise. the crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape.

Mosquito Squadron
UPC 5-050070-009781 | United States 1969 | 87 minutes | MGM Home Entertainment
David McCallum ("The Man From U.N.C.L.E.") stars in an epic adventure that balances large-scale spectacle with searing human drama, perfectly capturing the explosive action and emotional torment of war.

With its astonishing special effects, stark cinematography and brilliantly choreographed aerial combat sequences, The Mosquito Squadron catapults the viewer into the searing heat of battle. As Allied forces struggle against the awesome might of the German Luftwaffe, an even greater threat is posed by the destructive V3 Rocket, which is nearing completion at a secret testing centre. It's up to the RAF's Mosquito Squadron to destroy the site, but its leader, Quint Monroe (McCallum), faces a conflict when he makes a grim discovery. An air strike may kill hundreds of British POW's - including the squad's former commander!

American Sniper
UPC 5-051892-195539 | United States 2014 | 133 minutes |

One in the Chamber
UPC 5-060020-702877 | United States 2012 | 87 minutes | Anchor Bay Entertainment
Academy Award® winner Cuba Gooding Jr. stars as Ray Carver, the most coldly efficient assassin in the business. But when Carver fails to take down a critical target during a massacre in Prague, he triggers an Eastern European mob war that unleashes the eccentric Soviet killing machine known as 'The Wolf' (Dolph Lundgren). In a criminal underworld where bullets have no conscience, can a man with a dark past take a final shot at redemption? Claudia Bassols (“Rob”), Billy Murray (“EastEnders”), Louis Mandylor (“Martial Law”) and Leo Gregory (Green Street Hooligans) co-star in this ruthless thriller loaded with action, suspense and ONE IN THE CHAMBER.

The Mercenary
UPC 5-060103-798711 | Italy 1968 | 106 minutes | 88 Films, Hollywood Classics, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
According to Quentin Tarantino, Sergio Corbucci is one of the greatest Western directors of all time. And after watching the Italian auteur's barnstorming 1968 masterpiece THE MERCENARY, you'll be hard pressed to disagree. DJANGO icon Franco Nero stars as The Polak; a laid-back gun-for-hire who agrees to help a wannabe revolutionary (Tony Musante, THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE) put his plans into practice. Hot on their trail, however, is the wickedly camp Curly (Jack Palance, twenty-three years before his identically named, Oscar-winning turn in CITY SLICKERS) who's determined to snag a share of their ever increasing booty.  Blending bullet-sprayed action with waggish dialogue, and a simply stunning Ennio Morricone & Bruno Nicolai score, THE MERCENARY proudly stands at the top of the Zapata Western subgenre; a lip-smacking, gorgeously lensed treat finally available on UK shores thanks to those sharpshootin' bandidos at 88 Films!

UPC 5-060496-451354 | United States 1976 | 90 minutes | 88 Films
In the wake of JAWS (1975) audiences were treated to all number of nature-run-amok movies - from Jeff Lieberman's killer worm outing SQUIRM (1976) to the national park nightmare GRIZZLY (1976). Equally quick off-the-bat was DOGS, also unleashed in 1976, and treating terror-hungry audiences to an outbreak of canine carnage in a small California town. Featuring the thespian talents of British actor David McCallum (THE GREAT ESCAPE), the action comes thick and fast as 'man's best friend' is turned against its owner and chows down on human flesh - in the streets, in the corridors of a university and even in the shower... no one is safe from being mauled by a pack of blood thirsty four-legged fiends! Best compared to Stephen King's gut-wrencher CUJO (1983), few fans of 42nd Street ferocity will deny that DOGS is a B-movie masterpiece that you would be barking mad to miss!

Viva Maria
UPC 738329-143626 | France 1965 | 117 minutes | Kino Lorber, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
France's most famous and beautiful bombshells, Brigitte Bardot (And God Created Woman) and Jeanne Moreau (Jules and Jim), make an unbeatable comedy team in this joyfully romantic fairy tale for adults. Fast-paced, eye-catching and filled with sight gags, this hysterical film from legendary director Louis Malle (Atlantic City) and co-writer Jean-Claude Carrière (Belle de Jour) satirizes everything from American westerns to revolutions, dictators, the Church, priesthood and even sex itself. When two women-both named Maria-unwittingly invent the striptease circa 1910, they become such a hit that enthusiastic audiences strip along with them. But when one of the Marias falls for a handsome revolutionary (George Hamilton, Love at First Bite), she finds that she has unwittingly embroiled the two of them in an armed peasant revolt.

Death Rides a Horse
UPC 738329-216276 | Italy 1967 | 115 minutes | Kino Lorber, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
A Bona Fide Spaghetti Western Classic! Fifteen years after four bandits massacred his family while executing a $200,000 robbery, a young man (John Phillip Law, Danger: Diabolik) seeks revenge. The men responsible for the murders all hold positions of power in the new west, but now a bandit (Lee Van Cleef, Sabata, Return of Sabata) they had framed for the murders is due to be released from prison... he's ready to exact bloody reprisals and decides to form an unholy alliance with the vengeance-seeking young man. This stylish revenge tales directed by Giilio Petroni (Tepepa) and written by Luciano Vincenzoni (The Mercenary) featured a strong supporting cast that includes Mario Brega (A Fistful of Dollars), Luigi Pistilli (For a Few Dollars More) and Anthony Dawson (Dial M for Murder) with a haunting and rousing score by legendary maestro Ennio Morricone (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly).

UPC 827058-802093 | Canada 1974 | 88 minutes | Blue Underground
In this shattering variation on "The Monkey's Paw," grief-stricken suburban parents (Academy Award® nominees John Marley of THE GODFATHER and Lynn Carlin of FACES) refuse to accept the news that their son Andy (Richard Backus) has been killed in Vietnam. But when Andy returns home soon after, something may be horribly wrong: Andy is alive and well... or is he? Produced and directed by Bob Clark (BLACK CHRISTMAS) and written by Alan Ormsby (DERANGED), DEATHDREAM was one of the very first films to confront the domestic ravages of the Vietnam War. More than forty years later, it remains one of the most chilling horror films of all time.

DEATHDREAM was released under several different titles, including DEAD OF NIGHT, THE NIGHT WALK and THE NIGHT ANDY CAME HOME, and marked the grisly debut of gore effects legend Tom Savini (DAWN OF THE DEAD). Blue Underground is proud to present this acclaimed zombie shocker in a new 2K restoration from the 35mm negative in its most complete version ever, along with original and brand-new Extras exclusive to this release!

Demasiados secretos para un hombre solo
UPC 8-436022-318274 | United States 1967 | 99 minutes | Llamentol
Original title: The President's Analyst

Skin Trade
UPC 8-711983-102705 | Thailand 2014 | 96 minutes | One2See Movies, Just Entertainment
De familie van een politieagent uit New York wordt vermoord door een Servische misdaadleider. Hij volgt de schurken naar Thailand en begint daar samen te werken met een lokale rechercheur. Samen gaat het duo eropuit om het mensenhandelnetwerk te stoppen.

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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #31 on: February 01, 2018, 08:35:05 PM »
Super Troopers (2001)

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« Reply #32 on: February 05, 2018, 02:09:45 PM »
UPC 5-050582-122589 | United States 1975 | 93 minutes |
Imprisonment in a foreign country... it may be a fate worse than death. Jay Wagner (Robert Duvall) is framed for murder by his scheming grandfather (John Huston). Unjustly convicted, he faces 28 hard years of confinement in a crowded Mexican prison.

Wagner's guilt-ridden wife Ann (Jill Ireland), who unwittingly aided in framing him by confiding in the grandfather, turns to pilot Nick Colton (Charles Bronson) and his partner Hawk (Randy Quaid) to help Wagner escape. Only the most cunning and daring tactics can free Wagner, so Colton must plan the impossible!

The Lost World
UPC 617311-685392 | United States 1925 | 104 minutes | Blackhawk Films, Lobster Films, Flicker Alley
True to its title, the 1925, 10-reel version of The Lost World effectively disappeared from circulation in 1929—all known positive prints destroyed—a move by First National Pictures to help clear the way for another "creature film" utilizing special effects and Willis O’Brien’s cutting-edge animation techniques: King Kong. For more than 80 years, only abridged editions of The Lost World remained in existence… until now!

Follow Professor Challenger, played by the inimitable Wallace Beery, as he and a crew of curious explorers embark on an expedition in search of a mythical, prehistoric plateau in South America. Along for the adventure are eminent scientist Summerlee (Arthur Hoyt, the director’s brother), sportsman Sir John Roxton (Lewis Stone), journalist Ed Malone (Lloyd Hughes) and Paula White (Bessie Love), whose father disappeared on the same plateau. The party is not there long before the "lost world" of the jungle begins to reveal its secrets: a primitive ape-man, a Pterodactyl flying through the air, a massive Brontosaurus feeding upon the trees, the vicious Allosaurus, and many more monstrous beasts of the Jurassic age.

Flicker Alley, Lobster Films, and Blackhawk Films® are thrilled to present the world-premiere Blu-ray edition of Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost World, the most complete version of the film ever released. This visually stunning 2K restoration, accomplished by Lobster Films, features newly-discovered scenes and special effect sequences, incorporating almost all original elements from archives and collections around the world. Renowned silent film composer Robert Israel contributes a new and ambitious score, performed by a full orchestra in 2016.

This edition is dedicated to David Shepard, and to the collectors, archives, and passionate cinema lovers, who help preserve films for future generations.

UPC 738329-225636 | Germany 1943 | 89 minutes | Kino Lorber
Before James Cameron's 1997 blockbuster, the Hollywood Titanic of 1953, and the 1958 British film A Night to Remember, there was the Nazi German film Titanic. Begun in 1942, this production nearly sank as decisively as the doomed ocean liner, after the film s director, Herbert Selpin, was overheard making remarks damning the German army. Reported to the Gestapo, Selpin was arrested and later found hanging in his prison cell, the victim of an arranged suicide.

In April, 1943, the film was banned by the Berlin censors because of its terrifying scenes of panic, all too familiar to German civilians undergoing nightly Allied bombing raids. After extensive cutting, Titanic was released in occupied Paris and a few army installations. It wasn't until late 1949 that it was seen in Germany, though it was banned, a few months later, in the Western sectors.

Technically, this Titanic is an excellent catastrophe film; its shots of the ship sinking were later used by the 1958 British film without credit. Somewhat true to the facts though peppered with fictional good Germans both on and below deck  the film ends with a trial scene that acquits the White Star Line management, followed by a final slide denouncing England's eternal quest for profit. These packed a powerful propaganda punch; cut from the postwar prints, they have been restored for this Kino Classics edition.

The Devastator
UPC 738329-226992 | United States 1986 | 78 minutes | Code Red, New Horizons
This war's in your own backyard. This action film about a Vietnam vet and his fight against corruption in a small town is directed by action mastermind, the late Cirio Santiago (Dune Warriors, Wheels Of Fire)! Groovy Porter (Richard Hill, Dune Warriors, Deathstalker) gets a call from Elaine, his good buddy Marty's wife, who tearfully asks him for help because Marty has died in an automobile accident. Once he arrives in town, Porter is set upon by the local citizens, marijuana growers who want their business kept quiet. Porter meets a foxy chick (Katt Shea, Barbarian Queen) and thinks this town is sort of safe. After Elaine's house is burned down, Porter escapes and decides to call up reinforcements from his army days, including his old war buddy Spencer (Terrence O'Hara, Naked Vengeance), to help out. Now the combat begins! The small town becomes WW3 as evil pot dudes vs. Vietnam vets in a violent showdown with machine guns and hand grenades. Kaz Garas (Ben), and Bill McLaughlin co-star. Produced by the King of B movies, Roger Corman.

The Incredible Shrinking Woman
UPC 826663-180527 | United States 1981 | 88 minutes | Shout! Factory
Comedy legend Lily Tomlin stars in the effervescent 1981 comedy The Incredible Shrinking Woman. Exposed to a heady mix of household chemicals, Pat Kramer (Tomlin) contracts a strange side effect: She begins to shrink! Baffling doctors, Pat's diminishing size starts to really bring her down ... until her story captures the hearts of the American people and the attention of a sinister group of scientists bent on world domination. Getting out of this predicament while still taking care of her family will be no small feat!

Also starring Charles Grodin (Midnight Run), Ned Beatty (Deliverance, Homicide: Life On The Street), and Tomlin's fellow Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In alumnus Henry Gibson, and featuring makeup master Rick Baker (King Kong, Star Wars) as Sidney the gorilla, The Incredible Shrinking Woman is a smart little comedy with big laughs.

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« Reply #33 on: February 14, 2018, 12:23:08 PM »
UPC 5-013037-066890 | United Kingdom 1956 | 91 minutes | Orbit Media, Blackhorse Entertainment
Big Brother is Watching! This is the firstfilmed version of the classic George Orwell novel. Edmond O'Brien plays (WInston Smith) the clerk in The Ministry Of Truth who refuses to accept the totalitarian state of 1984, where each citizen is watched and has to report to Big Brother, he rebels and forms his own free state with his forbidden lover (Jan Sterling) but the omnipotent and omnipresent leader will stop at nothing to root out all subversive activities and thoughts.

The Saint: The Complete Monochrome Series
UPC 5-027626-245542 | United Kingdom 1962 | 3442 minutes | Granada Ventures, Network
Legendary actor Roger Moore (James Bond, The Persuaders!) stars as debonair playboy Simon Templar in the series that made him a global star. Exciting and dashing, and always with an eye for the ladies, Templar travels the world targeting thieves and con-men - fleecing them with a clever combination of his trickery and trademark charm. It's a dangerous game, but with his suave, panache and devilish good looks, The Saint proves to be one cool customer.

Made at the beginning of the Swinging Sixties and based on the world-famous series of bestselling stories by Leslie Charteris, this eighteen disc set presents the complete run of monochrome episodes (the original series one and two) alongside some unique and entertaining special features, including the definitive documentary on the making of these monochrome episodes, featuring contributions from Roger Moore and other members of the team that made The Saint one of the greatest success stories of British television.

Included in this set are all 71 monochrome episodes, which feature exceptional performances from guest stars such as Warren Mitchell, Honor Blackman, Patrick Troughton, Oliver Reed, Julie Christie, Alfred Burke and Sylvia Syms. Fun, cool and exceptionally popular in its day, The Saint remains a staple part of television programming and continues to be enjoyed by fans the world over.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle
UPC 5-039036-082310 | United States 2017 | 141 minutes | Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Kingsman: The Secret Service introduced the world to Kingsman, an independent, international intelligence agency operating at the highest level of discretion, whose ultimate goal is to keep the world safe. In Kingsman: The Golden Circle, our heroes face a new challenge. When their headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, their journey leads them to the discovery of an allied spy organization in the US called Statesman, dating back to the day they were both founded. In a new adventure that tests their agents' strength and wits to the limit, these two elite, secret organizations band together to defeat a ruthless common enemy, in order to save the world, something that's becoming a bit of a habit for Eggsy. Starring Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Halle Berry, with Elton John, and Channing Tatum, and Jeff Bridges.

Blade Runner 2049
UPC 5-050629-049336 | United States 2017 | 163 minutes | Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner. LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what's left of society into chaos. K's discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.

Coogan's Bluff
UPC 5-053083-014704 | United States 1968 | 94 minutes | Universal Pictures
This Eastern-Western, set in sixties  New York, tells of an Arizona sheriff who accompanies his extradited prisoner and loses him in the concrete canyons of Manhattan. Eastwood's enigmatic, dangerous westerner must find him, meeting pimps, crooks, hippies and cops along the way.

Tower of Evil
UPC 5-060082-519949 | United Kingdom 1972 | 90 minutes | A2B Media
A horror classic finally remastered in HD!  From Acclaimed horror producer Richard Gordon (Inseminoid, Devil Doll, Horror Hospital) comes the brutal and mysterious story of the Tower of Evil! Set in deserted lighthouse on fog-shrouded Snape Island, the terror begins when a nude, crazed woman slaughters a sailor who visits the island.  When she is taken back to civilization, she is found to posses an ancient relic; and so the authorities mount an expedition to solve a mysterious series of  psycho-sexual murders.  Stars Jill Haworth, Bryant Haliday, Dennis Price and George Coulouris.

Code of Silence
UPC 883904-268024 | United States 1985 | 101 minutes | Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
From the director of The Fugitive comes a riveting, turbocharged crime thriller starring international action star Chuck Norris (TV's Walker, Texas Ranger). Exploding with heart-stopping chases and lethal martial arts confrontations, it's a "daring" (The Washington Post) and "suspenseful" (Boxoffice) adventure that pits an honest cop against two vicious crime lords — and his own department.

Eddie Cusack (Norris) is a Chicago detective who plays by his own rules — a dangerous habit, especially when he breaks the force's "code of silence" to blow the lid off a deadly police cover-up. Now an outcast, he receives little help from his embittered fellow officers when he's hurled into a blistering battle against rival drug kingpins. But Cusack is a one-man army, waging war on the criminals with his razor-sharp wits, lightning-fast karate moves and a special surprise: "Prowler," a remote-controlled, rocket-equipped tank!

The Horrible Dr. Hichcock
UPC 887090-126618 | Italy 1964 | 77 minutes | Olive Films, Paramount Home Entertainment
From director Robert Hampton (Lust of the Vampire) comes The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (L'orrible segreto del Dr. Hichcock), the twisted and terrifying tale of Dr. Bernard Hichcock (Robert Flemyng, The Quiller Memorandum) whose secret desires and perverse passions lead to the death of his wife, Margaret (Teresa Fitzgerald, Class of Iron).

Remarrying years later, the doctor's new bride Cynthia (Barbara Steele, Pit and the Pendulum) is unaware that her husband intends to use her blood to reanimate the corpse of his dearly departed Margaret.