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Film Noir classic from 1954. A woman fights to convince the police that she witnessed a murder. One sleepless night, Cheryl Draper (Barbara Stanwyck) witnesses a young woman being strangled to death in an apartment across the street. She reports the killing to the police, but when the police arrive there's no body to be found.
A dark and droll thriller with comic undertones about the fine art of killing. Mika Muller (Isabelle Huppert) is the head of a Swiss chocolate company who is not above dispensing a potent blend of hot chocolate and dangerous sedatives to those who get in her way. Isabelle Huppert won Best Actress honors for the film at the Montreal World Film Festival and at France's Lumiere Awards, while director Claude Chabrol won the prestigious Prix Louis Delluc.
Marty is the ideal fifth grader. He gets good grades, listens to his teachers, and doesn't start trouble in class. But a darkness is beginning to fall over Marty's life. The kids at school won't stop picking on him, his parents just don't seem to understand him, and now Marty must grapple with a terrible secret that threatens to destroy life as he knows it...
Film Movement, the distributor of award-winning independent and foreign films, announced that two DVD sets of films from Israel and concerning cultural and religious themes will be released in September on DVD. Beyond Borders: Stories of Interfaith Friendship will be available on September 16 and Faces of Israel: New Israeli Cinema will be out on September 23.
In 1942, Fritz Lang decided to make a film that would face the Nazi terror head-on. Working with the famous playwright Bertolt Brecht and the Oscar-winning cinematographer James Wong Howe, Lang devised a fact-based thriller that would shock and stir audiences.
When a beautiful and mysterious woman (Amy Smart) bursts into the office of Leo Falloon (Brent Butt), desperate to find her missing brother, it's just another day in the life of a hard-boiled detective. The problem is, Leo is not a detective. He sells novelty advertising across the hall from the detective. But how hard could it be?
Two classic films presented in new HD transfers from 35mm archival restorations by the Library of Congress: Ida Lupino's The Hitch-Hiker and Orson Welles' The Stranger.
In 1970, a young musician named Jeffrey Kagel walked away from the American dream of rock 'n' roll stardom--turning down the lead singer slot in the band that would become Blue Oyster Cult. He sold all his possessions and moved from the New York suburbs to the Himalayan foothills in search of happiness and a little-known saint named Neem Karoli Baba (Maharaj-ji).
A gritty mix of film noir and suspense about Nazis fleeing for South America in a submarine. This rediscovered masterpiece by director Rene Clement (Forbidden Games, Purple Noon) has been remastered and is available for the first time on Blu-ray and DVD. The 1947 Cannes winner for Best Adventure and Crime Film, featuring stunning cinematography by Henri Alekan.
DVD Review AROUSED
This is a documentary about 16 porn stars...I don't need to say another word.
An Official Selection of the Toronto, New York and Venice Film Festivals, this breathtakingly beautiful road movie garnered tremendous critical accolades upon its 2011–2012 U.S. theatrical rollout from Shadow Distribution.
The half-hour program from creators Mark A. Altman and Steve Kriozere features stories inspired by such noir classics as Double Indemnity and Pulp Fiction and classic thriller TV series like The Twilight Zone. In each stand-alone episode, women find extraordinary ways of coping with their problems, channeling their survival instincts and bringing out their inner guile.
Academy Award-winning director William Friedkin and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Tracy Letts take a trip into a Texas trailer park underworld. This twisted and darkly humorous story of Detective 'Killer' Joe Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) has electrified audiences with its audacious spirit for deep-fried noir.
DVD Review ELENA
I'm always up for a good foreign thriller, and everything I've heard about this in the past year or so has my anticipation level near its highest point.
Making Its Long-Overdue Comeback, Noir Classic with Over Two Hours of Illuminating Bonus Features, Including a Never-Before-Released Deleted Scene. A fitting release to continue Paramount's centennial celebration, Billy Wilder's seminal classic continues to enthrall audiences with its bizarre and tragic tale of Hollywood's dark side.
Sixty-ish spouses Vladimir and Elena uneasily share his palatial Moscow apartment--he's a still-virile, wealthy businessman; she's his former nurse who has clearly married up. Estranged from his own wild-child daughter, Vladimir openly despises his wife's freeloading son and family. But when a sudden illness and an unexpected reunion threaten the dutiful housewife's potential inheritance, she must hatch a desperate plan....
It's not every day the president comes to town... When he makes a stop in sleepy Suddenly, Calif., things liven up after a possible assassination attempt comes to light. Starring Frank Sinatra, James Gleason, Nancy Gates, Sterling Hayden and Willis Bouchey.
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