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Good Kill on Blu-ray & DVD Sep 1...
A film by celebrated Spanish horror auteur Jess Franco. This edition is mastered in HD from the original 35mm negative, and features an audio commentary by Tim Lucas, editor of Video Watchdog magazine, the French language soundtrack with optional English subtitles, an alternate English-dubbed soundtrack, and the original theatrical trailer.
Powers Boothe, Meg Foster, Charley Boorman, and Estee Chandler in John Boorman's wildly ambitious parable that transports us to a singularly imaginative realm. An exotic and erotic nightmare replete with one lushly enrapturing scene after another.
This erotic tale, about a beautiful young jewelry designer and her romance with a wealthy and powerful entrepreneur includes a special tribute to the late writer-director Zalman King, who brought audiences his unique brand of stylish and sexy dramas that set the standard for erotic filmmaking and influenced countless others.
Based on the true story of a young actress' exciting but fragile relationship with the famous Charles Dickens. Fiennes stars as the legendary author with Felicity Jones as his mistress, Nelly Ternan, and Academy Award nominee Kristen Scott Thomas as Nelly's concerned but tolerant mother.
A skin flick of legendary lost status. Shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, it was screened once before disappearing and sought after by cult aficionados for decades. Sex film fans can finally get a look at this elusive crazy Canadian erotic/horror hybrid for the first time ever.
Two films by masters of horror: Zombie Lake, directed by Jean Rollin, and Jess Franco's Oasis of the Zombies. Both of these cult horror classics come to Blu-ray and DVD mastered in HD from the archival negatives.
What starts as a comedy of errors ends up a uniquely erotic journey when a straight, married woman seeks out the sexual services of a high-priced call girl. The cast includes TV icon Barbara Niven, Jessica Clark, John Heard, Morgan Fairchild, and Rebecca Staab.
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This short, experimental film has been tough to get a hold of for years, thanks, in large part, to it being banned in the UK. Now that such a ban has been lifted, we can see for ourselves what the fuss was all about.
A box set of Kino's releases of five films (Nothing Sacred, A Farewell To Arms, A Star is Born, Bird of Paradise, Little Lord Fauntleroy) culled from the personal collection of producer David O. Selznick preserved by the George Eastman House Motion Picture Department, newly mastered in HD and authorized by the Selznick estate.
For years, Jess Franco has been a favorite of Euro horror enthusiasts -- for the dreamlike tone of his films and the sheer audacity with which he indulges his morbid sexual curiosity. With the release of these Blu-ray editions, Kino Lorber brings Franco to a wider audience, and places him alongside Mario Bava and Jean Rollin in the pantheon of cult directors ripe for rediscovery.
Helmed by veteran director Val Guest this '70s British sex comedy about four girls who come to London to work in au pair jobs and immerse themselves in the wild lifestyles of swinging London.
This powerful drama, which was an Official Selection at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival, stars Academy Award-winner Juliette Binoche as a journalist whose existing notions and perceptions about her own sexuality are challenged when she begins investigating student prostitution for an article.
Derek Jarman's debut film Sebastiane is a historical drama which lays bare the latent homoeroticism that has always lurked beneath the glossy surface of Hollywood biblical epics. In Jarman's hands, The Tempest becomes an original and dazzling spectacle mixing Hollywood pastiche, high camp, and gothic horror
Three erotic horror films made during the prime of Jean Rollin's career mastered in HD from 35mm negatives. Each disc comes with a special 16-page booklet with an essay by Tim Lucas, editor of Video Watchdog. Each Blu-ray and DVD comes packed with special features, providing an illuminating look at these unique films.
What happens when everyone becomes so emotional that they literally lose their senses? And what does a star chef do when people can no longer taste his food? An unexplained pandemic of sense deprivation is the catalyst for director David Mackenzie's provocative, daring and powerful drama of loss and love, Perfect Sense. Starring Ewan McGregor and Eva Green as two damaged people who come together to face the global catastrophe.
In one of his few screen appearances, reclusive actor Duane Jones (Night of the Living Dead) stars as anthropologist Hess Green, who is stabbed with an ancient ceremonial dagger by his unstable assistant (Gunn), endowing him with the blessing of immortality, and the curse of an unquenchable thirst for blood. When the assistant's beautiful and outspoken wife Ganja (Marlene Clark in an unforgettable performance) comes searching for her vanished husband, she and Hess form an unexpected partnership. Together, they explore just how much power there is in the blood.
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