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#976 Neon Maniac

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Posted 08 February 2019 - 03:02

Umbrella Entertainment (Australia) 3.4.2019

WORLD EXCLUSIVE

MAD DOG MORGAN (1976)

"Set in gold rush-era Victoria, and based on a true story, this violent, rollicking portrayal of infamous Irish outlaw Dan Morgan, a bravura performance from an intense Dennis Hopper (Easy Rider, Apocalypse Now) is a classic of Australia's '70s cinema renaissance. A prospector who turns to crime and opium after failing at gold mining, Dan Morgan spends six brutal years in prison before terrorising country Victoria with a young Aboriginal, David Gulpilil (Walkabout, The Tracker). Having escaped into NSW, the bush ranger and his accomplice easily dodge the police and mercilessly intimidate the wealthy land owners but wracked by madness and a lust to avenge an earlier attack from an irate squatter, the notorious Mad Dog makes a perilous journey back into Victoria. Combining an all-star Australian cast, including Jack Thompson, Bill Hunter and John Hargreaves, with a brilliant Dennis Hopper who called the role one of his great life experiences - director Philippe Mora (Communion) creates one of the great period action dramas."

EXTRA FEATURES:

· All-new audio commentary with Director Philippe Mora and Jake Wilson, author of Australian Screen Classics: MAD DOG MORGAN
· Alternate audio commentary with Director Philippe Mora
· TO SHOOT A MAD DOG: Making MAD DOG MORGAN
· HOPPING MAD: Looking Back on Mad Dog Morgan
· Extended interviews from NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD: Philippe Mora, producer Jeremy Thomas, camera operator John Seale and cast members Jack Thompson, Roger Ward and Graeme Blundell
· MAD COUNTRY: SHOOTING LOCATIONS REVISITED with optional commentary
· Interview with Dennis Hopper by Philippe Mora
· Radio interview with Philippe Mora
· Trailer
· Image gallery

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Edited by Neon Maniac, 08 February 2019 - 03:04.

"Eisenstein does it with cuts, Max Ophuls does it with fluid movement. Chaplin does it with nothing. Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. Nobody could have paid less attention to story than Eisenstein. Alexander Nevsky is, after all, a pretty dopey story. Potemkin is built around a heavy propaganda story. But both are great filmmakers."


#977 Cosmo Vittelli

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Posted 08 February 2019 - 22:49

Vihdoinkin alkaa tapahtua!

 

Second Sight Films

GEORGE A ROMERO’S DAWN OF THE DEAD is coming to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray in the UK and will feature ’Theatrical’, ‘Cannes’ and ‘Argento’ cuts!! We will also be releasing on standard Blu-ray together with our Blu-ray release of MARTIN. Many thanks to producer Richard P Rubinstein for allowing us access to the original elements, which includes the original camera negative for Dawn and dupe negative for Martin. New 4K scans are underway at Final Frame in New York which will be followed by grading and extensive restoration supervised by DP Michael Gornick. It will then be over to David Mackenzie at Fidelity in Motion for mastering and encoding. Currently slated for a late summer release, more news to follow….

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#978 Neon Maniac

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Posted 08 February 2019 - 23:25

^ Rubinstein tosiaan taipui vihdoin ja viimein. Lienee saanut tarjouksen, josta ei voinut kieltäytyä, vaikka uhosi tappiin asti, ettei luovu oikeuksista, kun omien sanojensa mukaan niistä saatavilla tuloilla varmistettaisiin jälkikasvun tulevaisuus. Tahi ehkä tuossa tapauksessa paremminkin pröystäily. Dawn of the Dead standardi Blu-ray julkaisua odotellessa, kuten myös Romeron Martin'sta.


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Koch Media 23.05.2019

DUST DEVIL (1992) - The Final Cut - Special Edition (1 Blu-ray + 3 DVDs + 1 CD)

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Edited by Neon Maniac, 08 February 2019 - 23:49.

"Eisenstein does it with cuts, Max Ophuls does it with fluid movement. Chaplin does it with nothing. Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. Nobody could have paid less attention to story than Eisenstein. Alexander Nevsky is, after all, a pretty dopey story. Potemkin is built around a heavy propaganda story. But both are great filmmakers."


#979 Neon Maniac

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Posted 13 February 2019 - 19:17

Mondo Macabro

The next two MM limited edition blu pre-order titles!

SATANICO PANDEMONIUM (1975) - Long one of our flagship titles on DVD, this Mexican horror/nunsploitation classic has just received a stunning new 2K restoration that we are extremely excited to bring to Blu-ray for the first time anywhere in the world. Expect to see all the extras we had on the DVD ported over, plus a brand new audio commentary by film scholars Kat Ellinger and Samm Deighan! LE details TBA.

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EMANUELLE IN AMERICA (1977) - Finally, Joe DAmato joins the Mondo Macabro collection! Another beautiful 2K restoration of an exploitation classic. This transgressive disco-era Italian marvel will be making its worldwide Blu-ray debut completely uncut (god help us all). Were still working on the extras and have had some things fall through but at the very least it will feature a brand new audio commentary by Eurocult aficionados Nathaniel Thompson and Bruce Holecheck and amazing new cover art by Justin Coffee. More extras and LE details TBD, TBA.

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Blue Underground

"THE NEW YORK RIPPER is coming for you on June 25th! Feast your eyes on our exclusive new cover artwork painted by acclaimed Italian poster artist Enzo Sciotti. Full release details will be revealed soon..."

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Edited by Neon Maniac, 16 February 2019 - 01:43.

"Eisenstein does it with cuts, Max Ophuls does it with fluid movement. Chaplin does it with nothing. Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. Nobody could have paid less attention to story than Eisenstein. Alexander Nevsky is, after all, a pretty dopey story. Potemkin is built around a heavy propaganda story. But both are great filmmakers."


#980 Neon Maniac

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Posted 18 February 2019 - 20:16

Eureka Entertainment

CUJO (1983)

"Evil bites when a monstrous canine terrorises a helpless family in this legendary cult classic. Based on Stephen King's best-selling novel, Cujo gives horror a new name. While Donna (Dee Wallace, The Howling, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial) and Vic Trenton struggle to save their rocky marriage, their son Tad befriends the loveable St. Bernard who belongs to their mechanic. But what they don t realise is that a bat bite has transformed Cujo from a docile pup to a vicious killer. With Vic away on business, Donna and Tad's car trouble pushes them into a living nightmare trapped by the demonic, relentless dog from hell. This critically acclaimed thriller promises to have you glued to your seat and foaming at the mouth!"

Making its UK debut on Blu-ray, with over 7 hours of extra content, Eureka Classics is proud to present Lewis Teague's Cujo in this special Limited Two-Disc Blu-ray Edition.

SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION [4000 UNITS] CONTAINS:

DISC ONE:

· 1080p presentation of the film, on Blu-ray for the first time ever in the UK
· Uncompressed LPCM mono soundtrack
· Optional English SDH subtitles
· New and exclusive feature length audio commentary by Lee Gambin, author of Nope, Nothing Wrong Here: The Making of Cujo
· New interview with Dee Wallace [40 mins]
· New interview with composer Charles Bernstein [35 mins]
· New interview with stuntman Gary Morgan [25 mins]
· New interview with stuntwoman Jean Coulter [21 mins]
· New interview with casting director Marcia Ross. [20 mins]
· New interview with visual effects artist Kathie Lawrence [13 mins]
· New interview with special effects designer Robert Clark [12 mins]
· New interview with dog trainer Teresa Miller [28 mins]
· Dog Days: The Making of Cujo archival documentary on the film s production [42 mins]

DISC TWO [Limited Edition Only]:

· Q&A with Dee Wallace from Cinemaniacs & Monster Fest 2015 , moderated by Lee Gambin [96 mins]
· New interview with critic and author Kim Newman [25 mins]

· PLUS: A LIMITED EDITION 60-PAGE Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film by Lee Gambin, author Scott Harrison, and Craig Ian Mann; illustrated with archival imagery from the film's production.
· Hardbound Slipcase, featuring newly commissioned artwork by iconic British illustrator Graham Humphreys
· Reversible sleeve featuring artwork by Justin Osbourn and original poster artwork

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Warner Archive Collection

CLEOPATRA JONES (1973)

· NEW 2019 1080p HD MASTER
· Run Time 89:00
· Subtitles English SDH
· Sound Quality DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 - English
· Aspect Ratio 16 X 9 LETTERBOX, 2.40:1
· Product Color COLOR
· Disc Configuration BD 25
· Theatrical Trailer (HD)

"A Turkish poppy field is torched -and a U.S. drug trafficker known as Mommy (Shelley Winters) is feeling pretty burned. She phones the local cops she owns and orders a retaliatory strike on an inner-city antidrug headquarters. Mommys next call should be to 911. Because now shell have to mess with Cleopatra Jones (Tamara Dobson).Mommy is relentless in her vendetta - but Cleo responds with catlike karate stealth. (Bong So Hon, technical advisor on Billy Jack, supervised the karate sequences.) Doodlebug, Pickle, Snake and more of Mommys offbeat stooges add glide to the storys stride. Their antics, Mommys chortling sleaziness and Cleos class shape the power and pizzazz of Cleopatra Jones."

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Just Before Dawn (1981) (Original + Extended cuts) coming from Ronin.

"This re-release of Just Before Dawn includes the original uncut version from the internegative and the extended international cut (with new cleanup work). The new disc features new interviews with cast members Gregg Henry, Jamie Rose, Chris Lemmon and producer David Sheldon. The older extras are carried over to this new disc. This new edition will include a slipcover with the new artwork by Yannick Bouchard. There is no poster included. This should be available in early March."

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Scorpion Releasing

Scorpion Releasing has detailed its upcoming Blu-ray release of Eddy Matalon's thriller Blackout (1978), starring James Mitchum, Robert Carradine, Belinda Montgomery, June Allyson, and Jean-Pierre Aumont. The release is expected to arrive on the market later this Spring.

Synopsis: "Life is tough enough in the Big Apple. But when a city-wide power failure causes a blackout, the mad dogs come out to play. Like the pack of deranged killers who will stop at nothing to stab and shoot as they prowl from apartment to apartment in New York's most exclusive high rise. Only one cop (Mitchum) has what it takes to bring them down while these psycho-killers can't wait to take him out in this intense, action-packed thriller!"

Special Features and Technical Specs:

· BRAND NEW REMASTER OF THE FILM OF THE UNCUT VERSION OF THE FILM
· NEW interview with star Robert Carradine
· NEW audio commentary with star Belinda J. Montgomery
· Theatrical trailer
· REGION A

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Edited by Neon Maniac, 27 February 2019 - 01:57.

"Eisenstein does it with cuts, Max Ophuls does it with fluid movement. Chaplin does it with nothing. Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. Nobody could have paid less attention to story than Eisenstein. Alexander Nevsky is, after all, a pretty dopey story. Potemkin is built around a heavy propaganda story. But both are great filmmakers."


#981 Neon Maniac

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Posted 29 March 2019 - 10:35

Kino Lorber Studio Classics

"Just in time for Halloween; look what's coming to 3-D Blu-ray this October from KL Studio Classics and restored by 3-D Film Archive!"

PARASITE - 3-D (1982)

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Edited by Neon Maniac, 29 March 2019 - 17:19.

"Eisenstein does it with cuts, Max Ophuls does it with fluid movement. Chaplin does it with nothing. Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. Nobody could have paid less attention to story than Eisenstein. Alexander Nevsky is, after all, a pretty dopey story. Potemkin is built around a heavy propaganda story. But both are great filmmakers."


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Posted 06 April 2019 - 22:53

Australian label Umbrella Entertainment has informed us that it is preparing a Blu-ray release of Brian Trenchard-Smith's films Day of the Panther (1988) and Strike of the Panther (1988). The double-feature release will be available for purchase on June 5.

Synopsis:

"Get ready for an Ozploitation double-bill like you've never seen before!Shot on location in Hong Kong and Australia, DAY OF THE PANTHER and its sequel, STRIKE OF THE PANTHER, explode from the screen in a flurry of bloody fists, spiked bats, nunchucks and mullets! Packed with dangerous stunts and muscle cars smoking it up on suburban Perth streets, DAY and STRIKE are a double-bill of rarely seen Ozploitation mayhem that will leave you gasping to rewind and check what you have just seen."

Starring Australian screen icons, John Stanton, Rowena Wallace and Michael Carman, Umbrella Entertainment have dug deep into the vaults of Australian cult cinema to unearth this indie assault, filmed back-to-back in Australia's bicentennial year of 1988.

Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith (The Man From Hong Kong, Frog Dreaming), these long forgotten Australian action gems have been resurrected and scanned in 4K from their original 35mm interpositive elements. For the first time, these cult time-capsules have been remastered in HD and presented in their original aspect ratios.

DAY OF THE PANTHER "Martial-arts expert, Jason Blade (Edward John Stazak) goes after a criminal gang and its boss, who were responsible for the death of his partner."

STRIKE OF THE PANTHER "Jason Blade is back! After rescuing the daughter of prominent businessman David Summers, from a brothel in Dalkeith, he forms the Crime Task Force to assist in the capture of Jim Baxter (James Richards, Agent Provocateur). When Baxter kidnaps Blade's girlfriend, Gemma Anderson (Paris Jefferson, The Counsellor) Blades seeks revenge but Baxter has found refuge in a deserted power station and wired it with enough explosives to destroy half of Perth."

Special Features and Technical Specs:

· BRAND NEW 4K REMASTERS OF BOTH FILMS
· Original trailers
· Optional English SDH subtitles
· And MORE...

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"Eisenstein does it with cuts, Max Ophuls does it with fluid movement. Chaplin does it with nothing. Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. Nobody could have paid less attention to story than Eisenstein. Alexander Nevsky is, after all, a pretty dopey story. Potemkin is built around a heavy propaganda story. But both are great filmmakers."


#983 Neon Maniac

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 16:33

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"Eisenstein does it with cuts, Max Ophuls does it with fluid movement. Chaplin does it with nothing. Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. Nobody could have paid less attention to story than Eisenstein. Alexander Nevsky is, after all, a pretty dopey story. Potemkin is built around a heavy propaganda story. But both are great filmmakers."


#984 Neon Maniac

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Posted 11 May 2019 - 23:02

Elitistissäkin lyhyen arvostelun osakseen saanut DEATH WEEKEND - Tappava viikonloppu (1976) saa HD ensi-iltansa 28.06.2019, kun Itävaltalainen NSM Records julkaisee elokuvan peräti seitsemällä eri kansikuvavaihtoehdolla Mediabook painoksina.

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"Eisenstein does it with cuts, Max Ophuls does it with fluid movement. Chaplin does it with nothing. Eisenstein seems to be all form and no content, Chaplin is all content and little form. Nobody could have shot a film in a more pedestrian way than Chaplin. Nobody could have paid less attention to story than Eisenstein. Alexander Nevsky is, after all, a pretty dopey story. Potemkin is built around a heavy propaganda story. But both are great filmmakers."




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