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In the world where magic is real, death is the ultimate illusion. From best-selling author and celebrated director Clive Barker comes a supernatural thriller that rips apart the boundaries between sanity and madness, and between the art of illusion and the terrifying forces of magic. Written and directed by Clive Barker and based on his popular short story.
DVD Review THE ATTACK (BLU-RAY)
Critics have raved about this foreign drama for a while now, and it's nice to see it as yet another acclaimed film being distributed on Blu-ray from the Cohen Media Group.
Tarantino XX contains eight films chosen by Quentin Tarantino to illustrate the first 20 years of his career, featuring the films that helped define his early success, including Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Kill Bill Vol. 2, Death Proof and Inglourious Basterds. To complete the stunning high definition 10-disc set also features two discs with five hours of all-new bonus material, highlighted by a critics' retrospective on Tarantino's groundbreaking catalog of films and '20 Years of Filmmaking' that contains interviews with critics, stars and other masters of cinema.
Classic Spaghetti Western Franchise! A Man Called Django and Django and Sartana Showdown in the West along with Django Kills Silently and Django's Cut Price Corpses - four of the most riveting films in this classic franchise in two DVD collections. With newly re-mastered prints and all-new bonus features
Singer-songwriter James Lee Springer (Carradine - who actually performs a number of his own songs in the film) has an uncompromising style which has held him back for the past 20 years. He's now getting his shot thanks to the efforts of his best friend/manager (Maloney). While Springer would prefer to let his musical vision and talents lead the way now that he's made it to the top, his manager has a whole other idea of what it takes to stay there.
DVD Review ASTRON-6 COLLECTION
I'll admit to never having heard of Astron-6 before receiving this new DVD collection, but, with Troma responsible for this release, I'm sure we're all in for plenty of fun, insane depravity.
DVD Review SHOCK CORRIDOR
Samuel Fuller has no use for understatement or subtlety, especially when he encamps to the insane asylum.
Extras contain a rare and exclusive short film by Fellini, a video essay on the genesis of the film and a 50 page booklet with exclusive Fellini drawings. Hard-to-find, this 1970 film melds memoir and documentary into a circus of fiction and reality where Fellini delights in the role of ringmaster. The carnival-sounding score composed by Nino Rota, and an appearance by Anita Ekberg (star of Fellini's 1960's masterpiece La Dolce Vita), enhances the Fellini-esque experience.
DVD Review HUNGER (BLU-RAY)
Having cought this disturbing masterpiece nearly a year ago, I can't wait to see what a wonderful treatment The Criterion Collection has granted it on Blu-ray.
Written and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, Inglourious Basterds is available on Two-Disc Blu-rayTM Hi-Def, Two-Disc DVD Special Edition, Single-Disc DVD and download to own. Both the Blu-rayTM and Two-Disc Special Edition DVD come with a Digital Copy of the film for a limited time only just in time for the holiday season and over 90 minutes of startling and engrossing behind-the-scenes bonus features.
DVD Review NIKKATSU NOIR
A fistful of Japanese crime pictures, in a super groovy pink and black case, from Criterion. Rock on.
How Bruce Lee Changed the World , is a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the martial arts superstar and international icon. Shot like a graphic novel, Art of War weaves together several epic stories. How The Earth Was Made: The Complete Season One travels the globe to reveal the geological processes that have shaped our planet. Gangland: The Complete Season Four goes to the darkest corners of the country. Battles BC: The Complete Season One uses computer graphics and live-action stunts to bring to life the battle strategies
Screwballs remains perhaps the most relentlessly raunchy teen comedy of the '80s. Golden Globe winner Dylan McDermott (The Practice) stars in Hardware, the graphic post-apocalyptic thriller that marked the feature film debut of writer/director Richard Stanley will be presented uncut and uncensored with a slew of new extras.
DVD Review SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER
Great music, great movie.
PR Sin City
If ever a movie was meant to be experienced in high definition, Sin City is guilty on all counts! Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's visually stunning crime thriller debuts on Blu-ray this April 21, 2009, from Miramax Films. Featuring the ultimate in high definition picture and sound, this 2-Disc set comes fully loaded with two cuts of the film plus eight hours of bonus material, including innovative special features created exclusively for the Blu-ray High Definition release.
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