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Old 05-21-2014, 07:08 PM   #3141
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On the Beach is coming in August

That list is missing Planet of the Vampires
That is a must own Bava...
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U.S. distributors Kino Lorber have confirmed that they will release on Blu-ray director Stanley Kramer's On the Beach (1959), starring Ava Gardner, Gregory Peck, Fred Astaire, Anthony Perkins, Donna Anderson, and John Tate. The release will arrive on the U.S. market in August.

The war is over. Nobody won. Only the inhabitants of Australia and the men of the U.S, submarine Sawfish have escaped the nuclear destruction and radiation. Captain dwight Towers (Gregory Peck) takes the Sawfish on a mission to see if an approaching radiation cloud has weakened, but returns with grim news: the cloud is lethal. With the days and hours dwindling, each person confronts the grim situation in his or her own way. One (Fred Astaire) realizes a lifetime Grand Prix ambition, another (Ava Gardner) reaches out for a chance at love. The final chapter of human history is coming to a close...

From acclaimed director Stanley Kramer (It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Ship of Fools) and screenwriter John Paxton, comes this spectacular movie landmark - a film masterpiece with a message that will resonate as long as the world has the power to self-destruct at its own fingertips.
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On the Beach is coming in August
Missed that! Cool.

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As the original author of that list, I can guarantee you that it's missing several great titles. I had to keep from going too hog-wild.
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Those debating a purchase of Kino's A Farewell to Arms might want to consider the upcoming BFI release, which has been given a new restoration and will include 'unique and exclusive extras'.

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Exciting news that The Children's Hour is coming from KINO...just watched this not to long ago on my DVR.



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What are the chances KINO might release JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG?
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What are the chances KINO might release JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG?
Just FYI....Judgment at Nuremberg was released in March in Australia by Shock/Veg as part of their Hollywood Gold Series. It's available via Amazon UK for reasonable price:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Judgment-Nur...t+at+nuremberg

I received my copy last week. Good transfer, lossless audio, but no extras. It says Region B but all these releases are region-free (confirmed via my Region A Panny Blu ray player and a rep of Shock/Veg I contacted). Shock/Veg gets their transfers the same way TT and others. They got the same transfer and isolated score used by TT for Journey To the Center of the Earth, and the same transfer for Hitchcock's Lifeboat used by MOC. I'm a big fan of these releases.
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Just FYI....Judgment at Nuremberg was released in March in Australia by Shock/Veg as part of their Hollywood Gold Series. It's available via Amazon UK for reasonable price:

I received my copy last week. Good transfer, lossless audio, but no extras. It says Region B but all these releases are region-free (confirmed via my Region A Panny Blu ray player and a rep of Shock/Veg I contacted). Shock/Veg gets their transfers the same way TT and others. They got the same transfer and isolated score used by TT for Journey To the Center of the Earth, and the same transfer for Hitchcock's Lifeboat used by MOC. I'm a big fan of these releases.
Interesting you should mention the Australian release as that's what prompted my initial question! I was wondering whether to order it or wait and see whether it might be released in the US with some extras!

I appreciate your comments on the PQ & AQ too as I wanted to find that out before ordering.

Similarly, I was previously planning to order the Australian release of WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION (from Umbrella) but it has no extras either and the PQ reports were mixed. Hopefully the KINO release will be more comprehensive!

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Kino to Release Maurice Pialat 's We Won't Grow Old Together on Blu-ray

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Kino Classics will release on Blu-ray acclaimed French director Maurice Pialat's We Won't Grow Old Together a.k.a. Nous ne vieillirons pas ensemble (1972), starring Marlène Jobert, Jean Yanne, and Christine Fabréga. The release is set to arrive on the U.S. market on August 12th.

In 1972, the film won Best Actor Award at the Cannes Film Festival (Jean Yanne).

Synopsis: Jean and Catherine are a couple whose every move charts an advancement deeper into an emotional warzone. Theirs is the classic and the tragic case of an emotional abuse centered around a perplexing, but powerful, interdependency. At last the point arrives that determines the relationship, with all its weekend holidays, its apologies and submissions, can go no further - and, in a final shot of genius, Pialat discloses all the ways in which the future might be at once liberated, and enslaved, by the past.
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Kino Lorber have officially announced the launch of their new Kino Lorber Studio Classics label, with the release of eight sought-after titles in July. This marks the first time that all of these classics will be available on Blu-ray, and the first time that Paris Blues will be available on either format.

These are the first of many releases that will bring acclaimed classics to Blu-ray and DVD in splendid HD transfers, including the esteemed Best Picture Oscar winner Marty, films by Oscar-winning directors (Billy Wilder, Sydney Pollack, Delbert Mann), and starring some of Hollywood's biggest names (Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier, Joanne Woodward, Ernest Borgnine, and Burt Lancaster, to name just a few).

Selected releases will contain supplemental material such as director's commentary, special documentaries, deleted scenes, and interviews that offer something new for long-time fans of these classics, and will give new viewers a great introduction to these timeless films and the extraordinary talents involved in creating them.

Kino Lorber Studio Classics is proud to offer these eight films as the inaugural releases on the new label in July 2014. Watch for announcements coming soon of more classic films making their Blu-ray debuts from Kino Lorber Studio Classics.

"We are thrilled to be releasing these iconic Hollywood films on Blu-ray for the first time," said Kino Lorber President and CEO Richard Lorber. "Our new Studio Classics banner is devoted to bringing the best of Hollywood's successes, critical and commercial, into the fold of Kino Lorber's curated collection of world cinema classics, and new award winning independent films. Releasing such timeless films--classics of yesterday and tomorrow--in the highest quality editions will gain new momentum with Kino Lorber Studio Classics. We believe cinema enthusiasts and collectors will be eager to add our new offerings to their home video libraries."

Witness for the Prosecution

Screen legends Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich and Charles Laughton star in this "brilliantly made courtroom drama" (Film Daily) that left audiences reeling from its surprise twists and shocking climax. Directed by Billy Wilder, scripted by Wilder and Harry Kurnitz, and based on Agatha Christie's hit London play, this splendid, one-of-a-kind classic "crackles with emotional electricity" (The New York Times) and continues to keep movie lovers riveted until the final, mesmerizing frame. When a wealthy widow is found murdered, her married suitor, Leonard Vole (Power), is accused of the crime. Vole's only hope for acquittal is the testimony of his wife (Dietrich)... but his airtight alibi shatters when she reveals some shocking secrets of her own! Nominated for 6 Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (Laughton) and Supporting Actress (Elsa Lanchester).

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- Interview with Volker Schlöndorff and Billy Wilder discussing the film (7 mins., in German and English with subtitles)
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STREET DATE; JULY 22.

The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes

The "acting, photography and score are tops" (Leonard Maltin) in this lively satirical homage from legendary director Billy Wilder (Sunset Boulevard) and his long-time writing partner I.A.L. Diamond (The Apartment). When a beautiful woman claims that her dear husband has disappeared, the investigation takes Sherlock Holmes (Robert Stephens) and Dr. Watson (Colin Blakely) to Scotland, where - to their surprise - they uncover a plot involving a clandestine society, Her Majesty's Secret Service... and the Loch Ness Monster! But before he can deduce matters to the elementary, Holmes makes an error that may jeopardize the national safety of Britain... and ruin his reputation! The stellar supporting cast includes Christopher Lee, Genevieve Page, Tamara Toumanova, Clive Revill and Stanley Holloway.

Special Features:

"Christopher Lee: Mr. Holmes, Mr. Wilder" Featurette
Interview with the editor, Ernest Walter
Deleted sequences
Original Theatrical Trailer
Additional Audio Sequence: Deleted Epilogue Scene

STREET DATE: JULY 22.

Sabata

Who he is and where he came from, no one knows. But the leading citizens of the Western town of Daugherty think he knows too much. And they want to silence him - forever. Get ready for the fast-paced, explosive action as Lee Van Cleef (For A Few Dollars More) stars as Sabata, the mysterious, steely-eyed gunslinger who, after he discovers Daugherty's elite are the masterminds behind the elaborate bank heist, imposes his bullet-laced brand of justice on the town. Bribes, bullets and even his turncoat best friend can't stop Sabata as he guns and gallops to a final spectacular shootout that's one of the biggest gunfights ever seen in the movies. Filmed in Spain and Italy, Sabata is another of producer Alberto Grimaldi's (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly) hard-hitting western, a series that began as an imitation of the Hollywood genre but resulted in the creation of a new screen star - the Western "anti-hero".

Special Features:

Original Trailer

STREET DATE: JULY 22.

The Scalphunters

Directing great Sydney Pollack (Three Days of the Condor) delivers a "rousing good show" (The Film Daily) with this fast-paced western written by William Norton (White Lightning, Gator) with "irresistible humor" and "delightful ironies" (Motion Picture Herald). Starring screen legend Burt Lancaster (Elmer Gantry) and Shelley Winters (Lolita) along with Telly Savalas (TV's Kojak) and Ossie Davis (Do the Right Thing). The Scalphunters is "a lively, ribald and unpredictable pleasure which carries the western into new country" (Los Angeles Times)! When trapper Joe Bass (Lancaster) is bush-wacked by Indians who steal his furs - and leave him a runaway slave (Davis) in exchange - he's determined to get his property back. But when the Indians are attacked by outlaws, Joe and his unwanted companion must join forces to retrieve the furs in a startling, action-packed journey that concludes with one of the "all-time cinematic comeuppances" (Citizen News). Co-starring Dabney Coleman (9 to 5).

STREET DATE: JULY 22.

Marty

"I've been looking for a girl every Saturday night of my life," says Marty Piletti (Ernest Borgnine, The Wild Bunch). Yet, despite all his efforts, this 34-year old Bronx butcher remains as shy and uncomfortable around women today as on the day he was born. So when he meets Clara (Betsy Blair), a lonely schoolteacher who's just as smitten with him as he is with her, Marty's on top of the world. But not everyone around him shares Marty's joy. And when his friends and family continually find fault with Clara, even Marty begins to question his newfound love - until he discovers, in an extraordinary way, the strength and courage to follow his heart. Winner of 4 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director (Delbert Mann, Separate Tables), Best Actor (Borgnine) and Best Screenplay (Paddy Chayefsky, Network).

Special Features:

Original Trailer

STREET DATE: JULY 29.

Separate Tables

Travel to the Beauregard Hotel where the eccentric guests all share one common trait - loneliness. There's Major Pollack (David Niven), who hides a dark secret behind a polished military veneer; Sibyl Railton-Bell (Deborah Kerr), a shy, neurotic old maid who lacks the courage to break away from her domineering mother; John Malcolm (Burt Lancaster), a disenchanted writer who drowns his bitterness in a pool of alcohol; and Ann Shankland (Rita Hayworth), whose narcissism masks a deep fear of growing old alone and unloved. In one emotional evening, these four unhappy misfits will bare their innermost secrets... and change each other's lives forever. Winner of 2 Academy Awards® for Best Actor (Niven) and Best Supporting Actress (Wendy Hiller). Nominated for 5 more Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actress (Kerr) and Best Adapted Screenplay (Terrence Rattigan and John Gay).

Special Features:

Audio Commentary by Director Delbert Mann
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STREET DATE: JULY 29.

Duel at Diablo

Duel at Diablo stars James Garner (Support Your Local Sheriff!), Sidney Poitier (In the Heat of the Night), Bill Travers (Born Free), Bibi Anderson (Persona), and Dennis Weaver (TV's McCloud) in a tale that "will grip you" (The New York Times) from beginning to end. Frontier scout Jess Remsberg (Garner) bravely leads a wagon train through hostile territory to Fort Conchos. But underneath his valor, he has an ulterior motive: to settle a score with the man he believes killed his wife. When he arrives at the fort, Jess not only learns the shocking truth about the killer, but also that the wagon train has come under Apache attack...leaving Jess their only hope for survival. Stylishly directed by Ralph Nelson (Lilies of the Field) and featuring a memorable and rousing score by Neil Hefti (TV's Batman).

Special Features:

Original Trailer

STREET DATE: JULY 29.

Paris Blues

In Paris Blues, Ram Bowen (Paul Newman) and Eddie Cook (Sidney Poitier) are two expatriate jazz musicians living in Paris where, unlike America at the time, Jazz musicians are celebrated and racism is a non-issue. When they meet and fall in love with two young American girls, Lillian and Connie, who are vacationing in France, Ram and Eddie must decide whether they should move back to America with them, or stay in Paris for the freedom it allows them. Ram, who wants to be a serious composer, finds Paris more exciting than America and is reluctant to give up his music for a relationship, and Eddie wants to stay for the city's more tolerant racial atmosphere. A virtual love letter to both jazz and the city of Paris, Martin Ritt's film, like a jazz composition, develops several themes simultaneously; it riffs on Eddie's reluctance to face his roots as well as Ram's conflict between his love for Lillian and his need to live the artist's life. With its Duke Ellington score, excellent cast, and a breathtaking "Battle Royal" with Louis Armstrong, Paris Blues is both an excellent drama and a must see film for any jazz lover. Featuring an Oscar nominated score by the great Duke Ellington.

STREET DATE: JULY 29.
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Coming September 23rd on DVD and Blu-ray From Kino Lorber - ROGER CORMAN'S 1970 Cult Classic BLOODY MAMA - Starring SHELLEY WINTERS, DON STROUD, BRUCE DERN and ROBERT DE NIRO - Produced and Directed by ROGER CORMAN

Special Features and DVD/BLU produced by Scorpion Releasing - Recommended to Kino Lorber by Scorpion Releasing - Includes NEW on-camera interview with ROGER CORMAN and the original theatrical trailer.
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Palisades Tartan and Kino Lorber have officially announced their "Ultimate Revenge Edition" of Park Chan-wook's Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance. The Blu-ray release will be available for purchase on July 22.

Synopsis: Unable to afford proper care for his sister dying from kidney failure, Ryu turns to the black market to sell his own organs, only to end up cheated of his life savings. His girlfriend urges Ryu to kidnap the daughter of wealthy industrialist Dong-jin, who recently laid him off. Ryu agrees, but unforeseen tragedies turn an innocent con into a merciless quest for revenge.

Special Features:

Audio Commentary with Director Park Chan-wook and Actor/Filmmaker Ryoo Seong-wan
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After reading the review on this site, where the reviewer says it's pretty much like The General, which I found acceptable in terms of the PQ, I am really let down by this release in terms of PQ.
The grain structure is nice....but the PRINT DAMAGE! Holy Moly! Really?
I know it's hard to take care of, but Criterion releases manage to treat these old movies so well, that I refuse to believe it's impossible.
I know that it also depends on the condition of the elements available, but this is a lot to accept for 28 Euros IMO.
I am seriously considering to return it, as there is so much print damage it's not funny.

Anyone else thinks like me?
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Interesting you should mention the Australian release as that's what prompted my initial question! I was wondering whether to order it or wait and see whether it might be released in the US with some extras!

I appreciate your comments on the PQ & AQ too as I wanted to find that out before ordering.

Similarly, I was previously planning to order the Australian release of WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION (from Umbrella) but it has no extras either and the PQ reports were mixed. Hopefully the KINO release will be more comprehensive!

Cheers!
For most of these "deep" catalog releases, the studio with rights is simply providing a transfer to the releasing company (Kino, Umbrella, Twilight Time, etc).

I've found that 99% of the time, the transfer used by Umbrella, Shock/Veg for their "Hollywood Gold Series" BD's, and others is usually the same used by other distributors in other countries. For example, Shock's BD of "Journey to the Center of the Earth" in Australia was the exact same transfer used by Twilight Time here in the States (I confirmed this with Shock reps). It's simply that the distributors only get the rights for a specific country/region, then another distributor gets the rights for another country/region. But the transfer remains the same regardless. Especially true since Umbrella, Kino, Twilight Time don't do any restoration/cosmetic work on the file, they simply buy whatever transfer the studio is selling, and then press and release the discs.

So, I'd be 100% shocked if the Kino transfer of "Witness for the Prosecution" is different from that used by Umbrella. They may tack on some extras that Umbrella didn't get (probably didn't want to pay for them) but ultimately the transfer, I'd bet, will be the exact same.

Just my personal preference, but I don't care a whit about extras, just give me the film in the best possible condition. But again, that's just me.
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"Coming October 14th for the FIRST TIME on DVD and Blu-ray From Kino Lorber – Brice Mack’s 1978 Highly Requested Horror Film JENNIFER - Recommended to Kino Lorber by Scorpion Releasing - Starring LISA PELIKAN, BERT CONVY, NINA FOCH, JOHN GAVIN and JEFF COREY.

…Makes “CARRIE” Look Like An Angel!"

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