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Old 11-24-2015, 04:59 AM   #3301
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Will a mod please update the first post of this thread.
Oildude,

I've updated the first post. I think that I have all titles there. Please take a look, and if you find a title that I have missed, please list it here. I will add it

I am also going to update the Redemption and Lorber sublabels.

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Old 11-29-2015, 12:45 PM   #3303
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Does anyone know if the Tip Top bluray starring Isabelle Huppert is region free?
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Old 11-29-2015, 03:48 PM   #3304
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I went to Deep Discount DVD just now and ordered Faust, Tabu: A Story of the South Seas, and Je t'aime, Je t'aime.

I should have ordered them during the sale a couple of days back, but the prices are still better here than anywhere else.
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Je t'aime, Je t'aime was getting ordered asap (this past Friday), turned out Amazon's price was a bit better than Deep Discount's at the time, even with DD's coupon. Been a while with (domestic) online orders, so have a number of things that had been neglected for some time that finally got ordered, but still had to pass on so many more. Most of the Amazon order has shipped, no word from Deep Discount yet.

Also picked up Tu Dors Nicole while I was at it.

(And Lust For Life and Pitfall too.)

(Faust and Tabu, have them as imports already.)
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Does anyone know if the Tip Top bluray starring Isabelle Huppert is region free?
Hi Steve,

The release is Region-A "locked". I will update the profile so that people know

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Kino Lorber have confirmed that they will bring to Blu-ray director Fritz Lang's film Spione a.k.a. Spies (1928), starring Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Willy Fritsch, Fritz Rasp, and Gerda Maurus. The release will be available for purchase on February 23.

Synopsis: Spione was Fritz Lang's last silent feature. Starring Gerda Maurus as Sonia, the world savvy woman of intrigue and Willy Fritsch as Donald Termaine her James Bond-like love-interest, the duo match wits with a wheel-chair bound evil genius, Haghi, played by Rudolf Klien-Rogge determined to control the world...or destroy it! 2K RESTORATION.
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I see this hasn't been mentioned in this thread yet so I will share the information......The Black Pirate and Pandora and the Flying Dutchman blu-rays are going OOP, according to an email I got from Kino over the weekend. Kino had a clearance sale on both at $4.99 each (not a typo) over the weekend, although the shipping was $9.00 total for both titles. You can check out as a guest if you don't want to create an account.

The email indicated the two titles are OOP January 31, but the sale is still active at their website as of this Monday morning February 1. No indication of how long it will last.

I have owned both of these for several years now and can say they are both movies worth owning. Both have beautiful transfers. The Black Pirate is a two-strip Technicolor silent film starring Douglas Fairbanks, who gives an energetic performance that makes it an exciting watch. He is a reminder to us modern viewers that many silent film stars were also terrific athletes. Pandora and the Flying Dutchman is a three-strip Technicolor gem, with cinematography by the incomparable Jack Cardiff. Ava Gardner never looked more lovely than she does here.

Sad to see them leave the Kino collection.
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There are also some other DVD-only releases going OOP, including some other Douglas Fairbanks films, and a wonderful noir thriller with Joan Crawford, Sudden Fear.
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I see this hasn't been mentioned in this thread yet so I will share the information......The Black Pirate and Pandora and the Flying Dutchman blu-rays are going OOP, according to an email I got from Kino over the weekend. Kino had a clearance sale on both at $4.99 each (not a typo) over the weekend, although the shipping was $9.00 total for both titles. You can check out as a guest if you don't want to create an account.

The email indicated the two titles are OOP January 31, but the sale is still active at their website as of this Monday morning February 1. No indication of how long it will last.

I have owned both of these for several years now and can say they are both movies worth owning. Both have beautiful transfers. The Black Pirate is a two-strip Technicolor silent film starring Douglas Fairbanks, who gives an energetic performance that makes it an exciting watch. He is a reminder to us modern viewers that many silent film stars were also terrific athletes. Pandora and the Flying Dutchman is a three-strip Technicolor gem, with cinematography by the incomparable Jack Cardiff. Ava Gardner never looked more lovely than she does here.

Sad to see them leave the Kino collection.
Yeah, I mentioned that on the "OOP" blu-ray thread. Like you, I have long had Black Pirate, but I did just pick up Pandora because it was $4.99.

I also scooped up a bunch of the DVD's, as there were several more DVD's vs. just the two blu-rays.

Was especially happy to pick up the Douglass Fairbanks DVD set for $12.99. Even if I have a couple of them on blu-ray (Black Pirate, Thief of Bagdad) - I've never seen some of the other films, and they are not yet on blu-ray anyway.

I assume this is because the rights to some of these now belong to Cohen Film Collection. Hopefully that means better blu-rays (or DVD>blu-ray upgrades) will come before too long. But in the meantime, I'm glad I got in that clearance in the knick of time.
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I was amazed at how inexpensive the current Kino close-out sale was on the 2 Blu-rays and about a dozen DVDs.

$12.99 for the 6 title Douglas Fairbanks set was a steal!

It amazed me that people complained about $9 shipping when all they had to do was order more than $50 and it was free shipping...
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I was amazed at how inexpensive the current Kino close-out sale was on the 2 Blu-rays and about a dozen DVDs.

$12.99 for the 6 title Douglas Fairbanks set was a steal!

It amazed me that people complained about $9 shipping when all they had to do was order more than $50 and it was free shipping...
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I was amazed at how inexpensive the current Kino close-out sale was on the 2 Blu-rays and about a dozen DVDs.

$12.99 for the 6 title Douglas Fairbanks set was a steal!

It amazed me that people complained about $9 shipping when all they had to do was order more than $50 and it was free shipping...
I only got the two Blu-rays from the sale, as I already had all of the DVDs offered (including the Fairbanks set). I decided to throw in one other BD title that wasn't at the big sale price, but was at a decent-enough discount. The shipping for the three BDs was $10. I looked at it as $5 shipping for each of the sale discs -- and free shipping for the non-sale disc -- making the sale price $10 each for the sale titles. That's about 70% off. I can more than live with that.
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HI all!

I am assuming this is the REDEMPTION Page, but please correct me if I am wrong....

I had a couple questions...

#1- Has anyone figured out spine #13? Is it VISIONS OF ECSTASY or (what I hope) being held out for NUDE FOR SATAN?

#2- Has there been any word on any new releases? Where is the best place to stay informed?

#3- Do they ever take into consideration requests/suggestions from fans? I have a list, somewhere around here, of OOP titles or titles that other distributors released on DVD and lost the rights to that I think would be LOVELY in the Redemption line up... as well as some that have never been released on home video.
Does anyone know where or whom I should contact to share this list with? Thanks ahead of time!

#4- A random question, but does anyone know the approximate amount a redemption titles gets printed on? I would imagine the title determines that, but out of curiosity.... Are they pressing 1,000 copies of each.... 5,000......25,581 copies?... Also, they do not say limited, so I doubt they are, so for the sake of using easy numbers, lets says they print 1,000 Rape Of The Vampires. 3 months later they sell out. They will print more, correct? Will there be anything different know its the 2nd pressing? Will they per chance NOT press anymore?

#5- This the list below the most current and up to date?


001 The Nude Vampire (Jean Rollin) 1970
002 Shiver of the Vampires (Jean Rollin) 1971
003 The Iron Rose (Jean Rollin) 1973
004 Lips of Blood (Jean Rollin) 1975
005 Fascination (Jean Rollin) 1979
006 Killer's Moon (Alan Birkinshaw) 1978
007 Virgin Witch (Ray Austin) 1971
008 The Asphyx (Peter Newbrook) 1972
009 Marquis de Sade's Justine (Chris Boger) 1977
010 The Rape of the Vampire (Jean Rollin) 1968
011 Requiem for a Vampire (Jean Rollin) 1972
012 The Demoniacs (Jean Rollin) 1973
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014 The Blood Beast Terror (Vernon Sewell) 1967
015 Burke and Hare (Vernon Sewell) 1971
016 Black Magic Rites (Renato Polselli) 1972
017 The Living Dead Girl (Jean Rollin) 1982
018 Two Orphan Vampires (Jean Rollin) 1996
019 Hatchet for the Honeymoon (Mario Bava) 1968
020 Zombie Lake (Jean Rollin) 1980
021 Oasis of the Zombies (Jess Franco) 1982
022 Female Vampire (Jess Franco) 1974
023 Exorcism (Jess Franco) 1974
024 House of Whipcord (Pete Walker) 1973
025 Schizo (Pete Walker) 1976
026 Die Screaming Marianne (Pete Walker) 1971
027 The Comeback (Pete Walker) 1978
028 Night of the Hunted (Jean Rollin) 1980
029 Grapes of Death (Jean Rollin) 1978
030 The Sinful Nuns of St. Valentine (Sergio Grieco) 1974
031 Cold Eyes of Fear (Enzo G. Castellari) 1971
032 A Virgin Among the Living Dead (Jess Franco) 1971
033 Nightmares Come at Night (Jess Franco) 1970
034 The Awful Dr. Orloff (Jess Franco) 1962
035 Trans-Europ-Express (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1966
036 Successive Slidings of Pleasure (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1973
037 The Flesh and Blood Show (Pete Walker) 1972
038 Frightmare (Pete Walker) 1974
039 L'Immortelle (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1963
040 The Demons (Jess Franco) 1972
041 The Man Who Lies (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1968
042 Eden and After (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1970
043 House of Mortal Sin (Pete Walker) 1975
044 Home Before Midnight (Pete Walker) 1979
045 The Escapees (Jean Rollin) 1981
046 The Sadistic Baron von Klaus (Jess Franco) 1962
047 The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein (Jess Franco) 1972

#6- Finally, are any of these (or any others) planning on being released in the near future? I saw this list somewhere and it would be amazing... anymore Franco and/or other Euro-horror/Sleaze is HIGHLY welcomed!

-Daughter of Dracula (Jess Franco) 1972
-Les Chatouilleuses (Jess Franco) 1974 (?)
-Nude for Satan (Luigi Batzella) 1974 (??)


I personally would KILL to get a proper release of Mario Mercier's "A Woman Possessed" and "Erotic Witchcraft." I do not know where the elements are, or what they are like, but they would fit in PERFECTLY among the Redemption/Kino Catalog and that would make me so happy! (Among my list of other titles I have, I wish they'd do)

Thank you all SO much for reading my post and I really appreciate any and all help you can be!
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HI all!

I am assuming this is the REDEMPTION Page, but please correct me if I am wrong....

I had a couple questions...

#1- Has anyone figured out spine #13? Is it VISIONS OF ECSTASY or (what I hope) being held out for NUDE FOR SATAN?

#2- Has there been any word on any new releases? Where is the best place to stay informed?

#3- Do they ever take into consideration requests/suggestions from fans? I have a list, somewhere around here, of OOP titles or titles that other distributors released on DVD and lost the rights to that I think would be LOVELY in the Redemption line up... as well as some that have never been released on home video.
Does anyone know where or whom I should contact to share this list with? Thanks ahead of time!

#4- A random question, but does anyone know the approximate amount a redemption titles gets printed on? I would imagine the title determines that, but out of curiosity.... Are they pressing 1,000 copies of each.... 5,000......25,581 copies?... Also, they do not say limited, so I doubt they are, so for the sake of using easy numbers, lets says they print 1,000 Rape Of The Vampires. 3 months later they sell out. They will print more, correct? Will there be anything different know its the 2nd pressing? Will they per chance NOT press anymore?

#5- This the list below the most current and up to date?


001 The Nude Vampire (Jean Rollin) 1970
002 Shiver of the Vampires (Jean Rollin) 1971
003 The Iron Rose (Jean Rollin) 1973
004 Lips of Blood (Jean Rollin) 1975
005 Fascination (Jean Rollin) 1979
006 Killer's Moon (Alan Birkinshaw) 1978
007 Virgin Witch (Ray Austin) 1971
008 The Asphyx (Peter Newbrook) 1972
009 Marquis de Sade's Justine (Chris Boger) 1977
010 The Rape of the Vampire (Jean Rollin) 1968
011 Requiem for a Vampire (Jean Rollin) 1972
012 The Demoniacs (Jean Rollin) 1973
013
014 The Blood Beast Terror (Vernon Sewell) 1967
015 Burke and Hare (Vernon Sewell) 1971
016 Black Magic Rites (Renato Polselli) 1972
017 The Living Dead Girl (Jean Rollin) 1982
018 Two Orphan Vampires (Jean Rollin) 1996
019 Hatchet for the Honeymoon (Mario Bava) 1968
020 Zombie Lake (Jean Rollin) 1980
021 Oasis of the Zombies (Jess Franco) 1982
022 Female Vampire (Jess Franco) 1974
023 Exorcism (Jess Franco) 1974
024 House of Whipcord (Pete Walker) 1973
025 Schizo (Pete Walker) 1976
026 Die Screaming Marianne (Pete Walker) 1971
027 The Comeback (Pete Walker) 1978
028 Night of the Hunted (Jean Rollin) 1980
029 Grapes of Death (Jean Rollin) 1978
030 The Sinful Nuns of St. Valentine (Sergio Grieco) 1974
031 Cold Eyes of Fear (Enzo G. Castellari) 1971
032 A Virgin Among the Living Dead (Jess Franco) 1971
033 Nightmares Come at Night (Jess Franco) 1970
034 The Awful Dr. Orloff (Jess Franco) 1962
035 Trans-Europ-Express (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1966
036 Successive Slidings of Pleasure (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1973
037 The Flesh and Blood Show (Pete Walker) 1972
038 Frightmare (Pete Walker) 1974
039 L'Immortelle (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1963
040 The Demons (Jess Franco) 1972
041 The Man Who Lies (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1968
042 Eden and After (Alain Robbe-Grillet) 1970
043 House of Mortal Sin (Pete Walker) 1975
044 Home Before Midnight (Pete Walker) 1979
045 The Escapees (Jean Rollin) 1981
046 The Sadistic Baron von Klaus (Jess Franco) 1962
047 The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein (Jess Franco) 1972

#6- Finally, are any of these (or any others) planning on being released in the near future? I saw this list somewhere and it would be amazing... anymore Franco and/or other Euro-horror/Sleaze is HIGHLY welcomed!

-Daughter of Dracula (Jess Franco) 1972
-Les Chatouilleuses (Jess Franco) 1974 (?)
-Nude for Satan (Luigi Batzella) 1974 (??)


I personally would KILL to get a proper release of Mario Mercier's "A Woman Possessed" and "Erotic Witchcraft." I do not know where the elements are, or what they are like, but they would fit in PERFECTLY among the Redemption/Kino Catalog and that would make me so happy! (Among my list of other titles I have, I wish they'd do)

Thank you all SO much for reading my post and I really appreciate any and all help you can be!
I can't answer all your questions but will say that I think the best place to stay informed on the Redemption line is here, when a mod or a Kino rep will post the latest releases, or the Kino website/Facebook page. Having said that, there haven't been any new Redemption releases in awhile. I cannot remember where, but recently I read that Kino still has releases to add to the line, but not in the near future. Right now their resources are focused on the other lines.

I think the best place to make a request is on their Facebook page. They seem to interact with fans there.
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Arabian Nights Blu-ray PRE-ORDER



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Kino Lorber will release on Blu-ray acclaimed Portuguese director Miguel Gomes' (Tabu) Arabian Nights. The three-volume, six-hour film will be spread across three discs, and will be available for purchase on May 3.

Synopsis: In Portugal - one European country in crisis - a film director proposes to build fictional stories from the miserable reality he is immersed in. However, failing to find meaning in his work, he cowardly runs away and leaves the beautiful Scheherazade to stand in his shoes. She will require enthusiasm and courage so as not to bore the King with sad stories of this country. As nights go past, restlessness leads to desolation and in turn to enchantment. Therefore Scheherazade organizes the stories she tells the King in three volumes. She begins like this: "It hath reached me, O auspicious King, that in a sad country among all countries...".

Arabian Nights: Volume 1 - The Restless One

In which Scheherazade tells of the restlessness that befell the country: "It hath reached me, O auspicious King, that in a sad country among all countries, where people dream of mermaids and whales, and unemployment is spreading. In certain places, forests burn into the night despite the falling rain; men and women long to set out to sea in the middle of winter. Sometimes there are animals that talk although it is highly improbable that they are listened to. In this country, where things are not what they appear to be, men of power promenade on camels and hide permanent and shameful erections; they await the moment when taxes are collected so they can pay a certain wizard whom..." And seeing the morning break, Scheherazade fell silent.

Arabian Nights: Volume 2 - The Desolate One

In which Scheherazade tells of how desolation invaded men: "It hath reached me, O auspicious King, that a distressed judge will cry instead of giving out her sentence on a night when all three moons are aligned. A runaway murderer will wander through the land for over forty days and will teletransport himself to escape the Police while dreaming of prostitutes and partridges. A wounded cow will reminisce about a thousand-year-old olive tree while saying what she must say, which will sound none less than sad! The residents of a tower block in the suburbs will save parrots and piss inside lifts while surrounded by dead people and ghosts; including in fact a dog that..." And seeing the morning break, Scheherazade fell silent. – "Damned tales! If things continue this way my daughter will surely end up with her throat slit!" – the Grand-Vizier, Scheherazade's father, thinks in his palace in Bagdad.

Arabian Nights: Volume 3 - The Enchanted

In which Scheherazade doubts that she will still be able to tell stories to please the King, given that what she has to tell weighs three thousand tons. She therefore escapes from the palace and travels the kingdom in search of pleasure and enchantment. Her father, the Grand-Vizier, arranges to meet her at the Ferris wheel and Scheherazade resumes her narration: "O auspicious King, in old shanty towns of Lisbon there was a community of bewitched men who, with all dedication and passion, devoted themselves to teaching birds to sing..." And seeing the morning break, Scheherazade fell silent.

Special Features:

Redemption (2013), a short film by Miguel Gomes
New York Film Festival: A Conversation with Miguel Gomes
Booklet with Production Diary and Essay by Dennis Lim

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Probably a long shot but does anyone know if Kino offers replacement cases for OOP DVDs? I happened upon a loose copy of Haneke's 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance and would love to find a case/artwork for it.
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Awesome news about Arabian Nights. Been waiting for more of last year's Cannes debuts to make it to blu.
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Neon Bull. Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival.
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