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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #75 on: May 30, 2018, 07:02:29 PM »


A Bridge Too Far (Blu-Ray) 1977
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« Reply #76 on: June 04, 2018, 02:54:04 PM »
Peter Gunn: Season One
UPC 011301-649669 | United States 1958 | 988 minutes | Shout! Factory
Before Miami Vice, before Law And Order, the coolest and most sophisticated TV detective was definitely Peter Gunn, created and produced by Blake Edwards (The Pink Panther, SOB).

Set in a nameless waterfront city, the series features stylish film noir cinematography and a stylish musical score written by Henry Mancini, whose "The Peter Gunn Theme" won an Emmy Award and two Grammys®. In fact, Peter Gunn was the first TV show featuring modern jazz for a soundtrack. Edwards himself directed many episodes, as did an impressive roster of Hollywood's best TV directors, including Robert Altman.

Craig Stevens plays Gunn, Pete to his friends, a handsome, suave detective tough enough to take on the hardest of hard cases, but a soft touch when it comes to the ladies. His girlfriend, the gorgeous singer Edie Hart (Lola Albright) is the featured singer at 'Mothers', a smoke-filled jazz club used by Gunn as his unofficial office. Other regulars at the club include a colorful cast of musicians, pool hustlers, artists and a sculptor. His standard fee is $1,000.00, and his reputation keeps the customers lined up for his services, sometimes referred by Mother (Hope Emerson, Season One; Minerva Urecal, Seasons Two and Three), or his police buddy Lt. Jacoby (Herschel Bernardi). A man with expensive tastes, Peter Gunn drives a stylish two-tone Plymouth Fury Convertible, equipped with a mobile phone!

So settle into your favorite easy chair, dim the lights, and enjoy this classic series, one of the best TV detective shows ever!

Doris Day: A Sentimental Journey
UPC 030306-706290 | United States 1991 | 54 minutes | MPI Home Video
One of the brightest and most beloved stars in Hollywood history, DOR1S DAY began her legendary career as a Big Band singer in the 1940s before famed film director Michael Curtiz signed her to Warner Brothers where she made her motion picture debut in 1948 with Romance On The High Seas and performed the Oscar-nominated classic It's Magic.

DORIS DAY became box-office magic throughout the 1950s and 1960s, ultimately becoming America's most popular actress with movies such as Calamity Jane, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Love Me Or Leave Me, The Pajama Game, Please Don’t Eat The Daisies and The Thrill Of It All. Teaming with Rock Hudson for a trio of big screen comedies earned Doris an Oscar nomination for the iconic Pillow Talk.

A Grammy Award Lifetime Achievement recipient, Doris’ hit records include Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be), Secret Love, When I Fall In Love, Everybody Loves A Lover and Sentimental Journey. In the late 1960s, Day moved to television with the top ten series The Doris Day Show followed by music specials in the 1970s and Doris Day's Best Friends in the 1980s. After retiring from show business, Day hos devoted the past few decades to her first love with The Doris Day Animal Foundation.

DORIS DAY – A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY details the actress-singer's dramatic life story and career highlights, guided by Doris along with famous friends (Betty White, Clint Eastwood) and admirers (noted film critics Roger Ebert and Molly Haskell). Also featured is rare footage and archival materials from Day's personal collection.

We're No Angels
UPC 032429-283030 | United States 1955 | 105 minutes |

Abrechnung in San Franzisko
UPC 4-020628-816933 | Italy 1976 | 103 minutes | Koch Media
„James Bond" Roger Moore und „Mike Hammer " Stacy Keach - ein unschlagbares Team in einem hervorragend inszenierten Actioner, der die Handschrift von „French Connection“-Autor Ernest Tidyman trägt. Ein Film aus der Blütezeit des 70er-Jahre Crime-Kinos, dem es nicht an halsbrecherischen Verfolgungsjagden, schlagfertigen Protagonisten, gefährlichen Frauen und beatlastigen Hymnen mangelt.

Anwalt Ulysses (Roger Moore), Neffe eines berüchtigten sizilianischen Mafia-Bosses, soll den Drahtzieher eines Heroinschmuggels in San Franzisko stellen. Hilfe holt er sich bei seinem Kumpel Charlie (Stacy Keach), einem wenig zimperlichen Profi-Rennfahrer.

Death Smiles on a Murderer
UPC 5-027035-019017 | Italy 1973 | 85 minutes | Arrow Video
A haunting and dreamlike gothic horror/giallo hybrid, Death Smiles on a Murderer is a compelling early work from the legendary sleaze and horror film director Joe D'Amato (Anthropophagus, Emanuelle in America), here billed under his real name Aristide Massaccesi.

Set in Austria in the early 1900s, Death Smiles on a Murderer stars Ewa Aulin, (Candy, Death Laid an Egg) as Greta, a beautiful young woman abused by her brother Franz (Luciano Rossi, Death Walks in High Heels, The Conformist) and left to die in childbirth by her illicit lover, the aristocrat Dr. von Ravensbrück (Giacomo Rossi Stuart, Kill, Baby... Kill!). Bereft with grief, Franz reanimates his dead sister using a formula engraved on an ancient Incan medallion. Greta then returns as an undead avenging angel, reaping revenge on the Ravensbrück family and her manically possessive brother.

Presented here in a stunning 2K restoration, D Amato's film is a stately and surreal supernatural mystery which benefits from an achingly mournful score by Berto Pisano, several shocking scenes of gore, and a typically sinister performance from Klaus Kinski as a morbid doctor.

The Persuaders!: Complete Series
UPC 5-027626-368944 | United Kingdom 1971 | 1300 minutes | Network, Granada Ventures
Two millionaire playboys - one a peer of the realm, born into money, and the other a self-made man who fought his way out of the New York slums - are conned by a retired judge into righting wrongs in a series that combines action, style, humour and panache in large quantities!

Regarded by many as the finest of Lew Grade's ITC film series, The Persuaders! stars Roger Moore and Tony Curtis as the mismatched playboys with an eye for the ladies and a penchant for landing themselves in trouble.

Sherlock Holmes in New York
UPC 5-037899-066225 | United States 1976 | 1976 minutes | Signal One Entertainment

Psycho
UPC 5-050582-776218 | United States 1960 | 109 minutes | Universal Pictures
After 50 years the ultimate nightmare returns in stunning high definition on Blu-ray, with superior picture, spine-chilling sound plus a host of extras. More chilling than ever before, Alfred Hitchcock's landmark masterpiece of the macabre stars Anthony Perkins as the troubled Norman Bates, whose old dark house and adjoining motel are not the place to spend a quiet evening. No one knows that better than Marion Crane (Janet Leigh), the ill-fated traveller whose journey ends in the notorious shower scene. First a private detective (Martin Balsam), then Marion's sister (Vera Miles) search for her as the horror and suspense mount to a terrifying climax where the mysterious killer is finally revealed.

The Commuter
UPC 5-055201-838490 | United States 2018 | 104 minutes | StudioCanal
Liam Neeson (Taken) and Jaume Collet-Serra (The Shallows) team up after RUN ALL NIGHT and NON-STOP for an exhilarating race-against-time thrill ride with explosive twists around every bend.

Insurance salesman Michael (Neeson) is on his daily commute home when he is contracted by a mysterious stranger (Vera Farmiga, The Conjuring, The Departed), and forced to uncover the identity of a hidden passenger on his train before the last stop. As he works against the clock to solve the puzzle, he realises a deadly plan is unfolding and is unwittingly caught up in a criminal conspiracy. One that carries life and death stakes, for himself and his fellow passengers.

This Is Cinerama
UPC 617311-684791 | United States 1952 | 127 minutes | Flicker Alley

Windjammer: The Voyage of the Christian Radich
UPC 617311-684890 | United States 1958 | 148 minutes | Flicker Alley, Cinerama
At a star-studded premiere at Grauman’s World Famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood, Windjammer: The Voyage of the Christian Radich sailed into movie history on April 8th, 1958. The brainchild of National Theatres, who hoped to compete with rival widescreen sensation Cinerama, Windjammer was the first (and eventually, the only) film to use the Cinemiracle process. Utilizing proprietary widescreen technology accompanied by seven-channel audio, Cinermiracle was the perfect format to tell the sweeping adventure of the Christian Radich, a Norwegian square-rigger, and her crew.

Now newly restored from original camera elements, the color, the music, and the true artistry of this classic are reborn! Embarking from Oslo, Norway, the Christian Radich sets out across the Atlantic with a storm-tossed stop in Madeira, where New Year’s festivities entice the young crewmen to enjoy Portuguese musical celebrations and heart racing rides in basket sleds down steep cobblestone streets. After that, it is on to Willemstad, Curacao, where young sailors take part in Dutch festivities. They catch a courtyard performance of Pablo Casals in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, they’re greeted by native steel bands and Calypso singers. By the time they arrive in New York, the Cinemiracle cameras offer a kaleidoscopic treat of color and sound created by famed photographer Arthur “Weege” Fellig. A later encounter with the U.S. Navy Task Force makes for a grand promenade of ships, and when underwater shots of frogmen and a submarine emerge from the depths to reveal the Windjammer on the open sea, Cinemiracle becomes the true star of this breathtaking story. Presented in Smilebox® curved screen format, audiences are once again able to rediscover and re-appreciate this timeless and newly-restored cinematic gem!

Special Delivery
UPC 738329-227920 | United States 1976 | 99 minutes | Kino Lorber, Paramount Home Entertainment
From Paul Wendkos, the director of The Mephisto Waltz, Cannon for Cordoba and Guns of the Magnificent Seven comes this stylish heist film starring badass Bo Svenson (Walking Tall Part II, Breaking Point) and beautiful Cybill Shepherd (Taxi Driver, Once Upon a Crime). A gang of thieves plan a daring bank robbery, making their escape across the rooftops of Los Angeles buildings. The police are quickly called in, however, and only one of the robbers, Murdock (Svenson), makes a clean getaway. Unfortunately, in order to do so, he is forced to dump the stolen cash into a mailbox, which he then finds is locked until midnight, forcing him to wait until the mailman makes his late-night pickup. As he waits, he discovers that his hiding place has been observed by several other people, all of whom want a share of the loot. The stellar cast includes Tom Atkins (Halloween III: Season of the Witch), Sorrel Booke (Bank Shot), Gerrit Graham (Beware! The Blob), Michael C. Gwynn (Harry in Your Pocket), Jeff Goldblum (The Fly), Vic Tayback (Thunderbolt and Lightfoot), Robert Ito (Dimension 5), Kim Richards (Tuff Turf), Deidre Hall (TV's Days of Our Lives), Ed Peck (Bullitt) and John Quade (Every Which Way But Loose).

Doctor Blood's Coffin
UPC 826663-187304 | United Kingdom 1961 | 92 minutes | Shout! Factory, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
After being dismissed from medical school because of his devious experiments, Doctor Peter Blood returns home to join his father's practice. He still believes he can create the perfect human, so he continues his experiments in an abandoned mine where he attempts to revive a rotting corpse. But Dr. Blood needs a living "donor" to create his "perfect human" and soon people start to disappear from the nearby village. This shocker stars Kieron Moore (The Day Of The Triffids) and Hazel Court (The Curse Of Frankenstein, The Masque Of The Red Death) and was directed by Sidney J. Furie (The Entity, The Ipcress File).

Down 3 Dark Streets
UPC 851968-007293 | United States 1954 | 86 minutes | ClassicFlix, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
When FBI agent Zack Stewart is gunned down in the line of duty, supervisor John "Rip" Ripley (Broderick Crawford) takes over his caseload. Believing that one of Stewart’s three active investigations will reveal the identity of his killer, agent Ripley’s assignment takes him “Down Three Dark Streets”:  chasing down fugitive criminal Joe Walpo (Joe Bassett), breaking down small-time hood Vince Angelino (Gene Reynolds), and hunting down an unknown extortionist threatening helpless Kate Martell (Ruth Roman) – ending with a thrilling climax set against the backdrop of the iconic "Hollywood" sign!

With a supporting cast that includes Martha Hyer, Casey Adams, Jay Adler, Claude Akins and William Johnstone, Down Three Dark Streets was directed by Arnold Laven (Without Warning!) and produced by Jules V. Levy and Arthur Gardner.  The trio would enjoy much success in television as the creative team behind such hits as The Rifleman and The Big Valley.

Oscar-winning cinematographer Joseph F. Biroc (The Towering Inferno) adds the right noir flavor to the tight screenplay by Bernard C. Schoenfeld and The Gordons. Gordon and Mildred Gordon (who wrote the book on which Streets is based, Case File: FBI) would later supply screenplays for such classic films as Experiment in Terror and That Darn Cat!

Coco
UPC 8-717418-524722 |  United States 2017 | 105 minutes |

The George Sanders Saint Movies Collection
UPC 883316-349656 | United States 1939 | 338 minutes | Warner Home Video
Debonair thief-turned-detective Simon Templar circles the globe to solve cases with charm and cunning in a series of fast-paced RKO films (1939-41) full of clever banter and cleverer twists based on stories by best-selling author Leslie Charteris. Academy Award® winner* George Sanders made his indelible mark as Templar in the five exciting installments in this endlessly entertaining 2-disc collection. Start sleuthing.

*1950: Best Supporting Actor for All About Eve.

Torpedo Run
UPC 888574-055516 | United States 1958 | 95 minutes | Warner Home Vídeo
A naval officer's insatiable thirst for vengeance puts his command at risk in the Oscar®-nominated WWII action adventure Torpedo Run. starring Glenn Ford and Ernest Borgnine. Barney Doyle (Ford), the skipper of the submarine Greyfish, has his orders: intercept and sink the Shinaru, the enemy carrier that led the attack on Pearl Harbor. So when he learns it's being shielded by a POW transport that's carrying his wife and daughter, the sub's attempt to fire around it fails, killing all 1.400 aboard. Putting family before country, an obsessed Doyle drives his second-in-command (Borgnine) and crew to the breaking point as he makes it his mission to track down the Shinaru and exact a personal revenge.

Harper
UPC 888574-603816 | United States 1966 | 121 minutes | Warner Bros. Entertainment, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Paul Newman memorably plays the title role in this box-office hit based on Ross MacDonald's The Moving Target. The first detective film in Newman's then 23-film career, Harper revitalized the genre. Newman's sleuth chews gum fast...and slips out of jams ever faster as he unravels a twisted case of kidnapping and murder. William Goldman's clever script throws quips and a parade of LA-LA-Land characters Harper's way. There's a woman of means (Lauren Bacall), a gun-toting attorney (Arthur Hill), a poolside gigolo (Robert Wagner), a boozy ex-starlet (Shelley Winters), a jazz junkie (Julie Harris), Harper's estranged wife (Janet Leigh) and the unholy order of the Temple of the Clouds (led by Strother Martin). Each may possess a clue. Or a bullet for Harper.


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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #77 on: June 05, 2018, 09:59:52 PM »
Patriots Day (2016)


Jun 5th - €8.97 @

Running Time: 2h 9m

Price per Hour: €4.17


Con Air (1997)


Jun 5th - €7.99 @

Running Time: 1h 55m

Price per Hour: €4.17


The Rock (1996)


Jun 5th - €7.57 @

Running Time: 2h 16m

Price per Hour: €3.34
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #78 on: June 06, 2018, 05:44:39 PM »


I, Tonya (Blu-Ray) 2017











Molly's Game (Blu-Ray) 2017
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #79 on: June 06, 2018, 05:48:07 PM »
Patriots Day (2016)


Jun 5th - €8.97 @

Running Time: 2h 9m

Price per Hour: €4.17


Con Air (1997)


Jun 5th - €7.99 @

Running Time: 1h 55m

Price per Hour: €4.17


The Rock (1996)


Jun 5th - €7.57 @

Running Time: 2h 16m

Price per Hour: €3.34



Big Cage/Bruckheimer fan Karsten? ;)
I know i am btw. Two great movies you got there!
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« Reply #80 on: June 06, 2018, 07:06:25 PM »
Big Cage/Bruckheimer fan Karsten? ;)
I know i am btw. Two great movies you got there!

Always a fan of a well-made action flick.
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #81 on: June 11, 2018, 08:03:23 PM »


Killing Gunther (Blu-Ray) 2017











Two Thousand Maniacs! (Blu-Ray) 1964











All the Money in the World (Blu-Ray) 2017
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #82 on: June 15, 2018, 02:12:58 PM »
A great mail day today for me! With alot of 4K's i've been waiting for!



Coco (Blu-Ray) 2017











The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (Blu-Ray) 1986











The Purge: 3-Movie Collection (4K Blu-Ray) 2013-2016











Fury (4K Blu-Ray) 2014











The Patriot (4K Blu-Ray) 2000











Jurassic Park: 25th Anniversary Collection (4K Blu-Ray) 1993











Unforgiven (4K Blu-Ray) 1992
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #83 on: June 18, 2018, 08:38:10 PM »


The Strangers: Prey at Night (Blu-Ray) 2018











Darkest Hour (4K Blu-Ray) 2017
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #84 on: June 22, 2018, 05:07:11 PM »
They Called Him Bulldozer (2017)
(Sie nannten ihn Spencer)


Jun 11th - €11.89 @ Amazon.de

Running Time: 2h 3m

Price per Hour: €5.80
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #85 on: July 02, 2018, 09:48:53 PM »
If I Were A Boy (2017)
(Si j'étais un homme)


Jun 23rd - €7.99 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 1h 35m

Price per Hour: €5.05
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Re: What'ya got 2018
« Reply #86 on: July 04, 2018, 03:09:38 PM »


The House on Sorority Row: Slasher Classics Collection (Blu-Ray) 1983











Creepy: The Masters of Cinema Series (Blu-Ray) 2016











Black Panther (4K Blu-Ray) 2018











Saving Private Ryan: Commemorative 20th Anniversary (4K Blu-Ray) 1998
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« Reply #87 on: July 05, 2018, 06:24:13 AM »
20th Anniversary

Wow. Just wow. Tempus fugit.
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« Reply #88 on: July 07, 2018, 10:56:49 PM »
Independence Day (1996)


Jul 7th - €27.00 @ Media Markt

Running Time: 2h 33m

Price per Hour: €10.59




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« Reply #89 on: July 12, 2018, 01:18:47 PM »


Batman Ninja (Blu-Ray) 2018











Firestarter: Collector's Edition (Blu-Ray) 1984
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