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Upcoming Eureka Entertainment Releases

Posted August 22, 2013 06:04 AM by Webmaster

Eureka EntertainmentBritish distributors Eureka Entertainment have revealed the titles they are planning to release during the months of October and November. Amongst them are Howard Hawks' legendary film Red River (1948), Fritz Lang's Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler (1922), and a box set with eight films directed by Japanese master Kenji Mizoguchi.

Red River

Red River will be unleashed into the Masters of Cinema Series on 28 October 2013. Hollywood legend Howard Hawks directs one of the most iconic of all Westerns, featuring the inimitable John Wayne and Montgomery Clift in his very first leading role. Released in Blu-ray and special Blu-ray SteelBook editions. UK Blu-ray premiere.

Late Mizoguchi

A ravishing 1080p release of eight late-career works by Japanese master Kenji Mizoguchi. Released in a limited-edition Blu-ray box-set; worldwide Blu-ray premiere of four of the eight films. Featuring Oyū-sama [Miss Oyū] (1951), Ugetsu Monogatari [Tales of the Rain and Moon] (1953), Gion Bayashi [Gion Festival Music, aka A Geisha] (1953), Sanshō Dayū [Sanshō the Steward, aka Sanshō the Bailiff] (1954), Uwasa no Onna [The Woman in the Rumour] (1954), Chikamatsu Monogatari [A Tale From Chikamatsu, aka The Crucified Lovers] (1954), Yōkihi [Imperial Concubine Yang, aka Yang Kwei Fei] (1955) & Akasen Chitai [Red Light District, aka Street of Shame] (1956). Street date: October 21.

Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler

Immaculate 1080p release of the defining first feature of what would become a classic trilogy of Fritz Lang films featuring master criminal Dr. Mabuse. Released on 28 October in a Blu-ray edition; worldwide Blu-ray premiere.

World Cinema Foundation: Volume One

World Cinema Foundation: Volume One will be released as part of the Masters of Cinema Series in a Dual Format edition on 25 November 2013. A three-film set produced in official partnership with Martin Scorsese's World Cinema Foundation and featuring rediscovered gems from Turkey, Morocco, and Kazakhstan. Released in a three-film Blu-ray edition; worldwide Blu-ray premieres of all three films. Vol. 1 includes Dry Summer [Susuz Yaz] (Metin Erksan, 1964), Trances [Transes] (Ahmed El Maanouni, 1981) & Revenge [Mest] (Ermek Shinarbaev, 1989).

Nosferatu

Following a UK theatrical run, F.W. Murnau's genre-defining vampire horror classic Nosferatu (1922) presented in a gorgeous new restoration from the world-renowned FWMS [Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung] in Germany will be released in DVD, Blu-ray, and special Blu-ray SteelBook editions – all from newly restored materials; UK Blu-ray première and simultaneous worldwide Blu-ray première.


Source: Blu-ray.com | Permalink | United Kingdom [Country settings]

News comments (23 comments)



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deepbreathsanddeath
  Aug 22, 2013
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Nice one MoC! Great to hear the first Mabuse is getting a blu release. Pretty sure they told someone not long ago that there was no plans to release it.
cferreiro
  Aug 22, 2013
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What a line up!
Dwigt
  Aug 22, 2013
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As I already have the Sansho and Ugetsu discs, I hope that they'll eventually make separate releases for the two other twofers in the Mizoguchi collection.
Strange that there are no plans for a Dr Mabuse steelbook. There's some inconsistency at Eureka about their Lang titles. Metropolis and Das Testament got great steelbooks while Die Niebelungen only got a crystal standard release.
Otherwise... Va va voom! This is a killer announcement with a bunch of premieres and delights for film buffs.

octagon
  Aug 22, 2013
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My Christmas list is going to write itself this year.

tru blu
  Aug 22, 2013
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Some great stuff here. Definitely getting Nosferatu, World Cinema Foundation Vol 1, Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler & Revenge. Thank You, Eureka !!

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Blu Titan
  Aug 22, 2013
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Great slate from Eureka . Believe me gents, owning a región free player is the way to go.
CoenP
  Aug 22, 2013
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Let me be the first to emphasize 'Red River'. Great addition to the collection. Job well done boys!

RiFiFi1955
  Aug 22, 2013
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Oh man Red River!!!!! Oh man The Gambler!!! Keep the Lang releases coming!
nitin
  Aug 22, 2013
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great announcement

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L'armée des ombres
  Aug 22, 2013
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They are showing Criterion how it's done!......what a line up

buffetfroid
  Aug 22, 2013
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Nice. These are of much more interest to me than the Nov Criterion slate
Rockitrock
  Aug 22, 2013
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What a great release, really wish i had a region free player here in indonesia
peterraes
  Aug 22, 2013
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great Eureka....4 titles by kenji Mizoguchi you have allready released with 4 in that new 8 disc set,you want us to buy the 8 disc set just to get the 4 that most likely will not be released seperatly?

ravenus
  Aug 22, 2013
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Whoa, lot of heavy hitters there. I'll definitely be springing for the Murnau and Lang movies...can never have enough of old-skool expressionist cinema . I quite liked Red River when I saw it, great performance by John Wayne (Apparently had John Ford after seeing this film said, "Never knew the sonofabitch could act!"). The WCF sounds like an interesting gamble to take.

Jimmy W
  Aug 22, 2013
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Can't wait for RED RIVER!!!

keithvg
  Aug 22, 2013
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Can't wait for Mabuse. Would have liked it as a steelbook as well to match 'The Testament of Dr. Mabuse' that I have. Day 1 purchase along with Nosferatu.

the new scum
  Aug 22, 2013
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Coincidentally, Revenge is today's hulu+ Criterion movie of the day. So we can watch it free today and tomorrow.

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RBBrittain
  Aug 22, 2013
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Pleasantly surprised that Kino will be releasing Nosferatu here in the States about the same time as MoC. I believe it's public domain here (as is anything released before 1923), but Kino's prior connections with FWMS (Metropolis) apparently got it a simultaneous release here anyway.

@Rockitrock: I understand Indonesia is Region A, so you can get the Kino version of Nosferatu if it doesn't show up near you. Depending on your local connections you might even be able to get a BD player from Australia or Papua New Guinea (both Region B) which should play anything Eureka/MoC makes.
Terrifyer
  Aug 22, 2013
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Criterion who?

They had better release their WCF collection next month or they're going to get swept away.

BluPix
  Aug 22, 2013
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This is a solid lineup from Eureka. I'm especially interested in Red River.

Nosferatu and the three films in the World Cinema Foundation set are also of particular interest. It's great to see films from areas that don't often have their films showcased in the west make it to a prestigious western label like the Masters of Cinema series.

I'm also interested in the Mabuse film as well as the Mizoguchi films (even though I own standalone copies of a few of the films in that box).

tru blu
  Aug 23, 2013
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Ordered the Nosferatu steelbook !!!

Nathan Arizona
  Aug 23, 2013
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MABUSE! Fantastic. This is why a region free blu ray player is a must. Love Eureka! Even imported they are cheaper than Criterion's normal prices.
Filmninja
  Aug 27, 2013
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Gee I'm so glad I already bought the 4 Mizoguchi movies a few months ago. WTF Eureka? Nice job excluding me from buying that 8 film set! Go ahead and punish your most loyal customers - see how that works out for you.


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