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Upcoming Arrow Video Releases

Posted February 19, 2014 04:50 PM by Webmaster

British distributors Arrow Video have revealed that they are planning to add a number of very exciting releases to their growing Blu-ray catalog. Amongst them are Elio Petri's directorial debut The Assassin (1961), Philippe Mora's The Beast Within (1982), Joe Dante's The 'Burbs (1989), and Brian De Palma's Sisters (1973).

The Assassin

Arrow Academy is proud to present L'Assassino, the debut feature of the late Italian director Elio Petri, a man whose films have often been unjustly overlooked in favour of other more heralded filmmakers.

L'Assassino tells the story of 30-something antiques dealer Alfredo Martelli (Marcello Mastroianni) who, at the film's outset, finds himself under suspicion for murdering his wealthy older lover. As the investigation presses on, a series of flashbacks gives us an insight into Alfredo's character and the nature of his relationship with his now deceased lover Adalgisa (Micheline Presle).

With its Kafkaesque mood and distincly political bent, Petri's first film bears many of the hallmarks of his later work. In the director's own words, "L'Assassino reflected the changes wrought by the early 60s. [What it was about] was a new generation of upstarts who lacked any kind of moral scruple."

Special Features:
  • New 2K digital restoration from the Cineteca di Bologna
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more!
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: MAY 19TH.

The Pit and the Pendulum

A horse-drawn carriage pulls up on a deserted beach. A sombre figure dismounts and gazes up towards his destination – a foreboding cliff-top castle perched high above the crashing waves. Thus the perfect Gothic scene is set for Pit and the Pendulum, the second of Roger Corman's celebrated Poe adaptations once again starring the ever-reliable Vincent Price (The Fall of the House of Usher, Theatre of Blood) alongside the bewitching Barbara Steele (Black Sunday).

Having learned of the sudden death of his sister Elizabeth (Steele), Francis Barnard (John Kerr) sets out to the castle of his brother-in-law, Nicholas Medina, to uncover the cause of her untimely demise. A distraught, grief-stricken Nicholas (Price) can offer only the vaguest explanations as to Elizabeth's death – at first citing "something in her blood", but later asserting that she quite literally "died of fright". What sort of unspeakable horrors are buried within the walls of this castle that could cause one's heart to stop so? With Francis determined to get to the bottom of this mystery, the terrible truth will not stay buried for long.

Right from its brooding kaleidoscopic opening titles, Pit and Pendulum draws you into its world of cobwebs, secret passageways and dusty suits of armour. All the necessary elements are present and correct and, along with one of Vincent Price's most tortured performances, make Pit and the Pendulum every inch the Gothic melodrama.

Special Features:
  • Limited Edition SteelBook packaging
  • High Definition digital transfer
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more.
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: MAY 12TH.

Milano Calibro 9

Perhaps the one true film noir to emerge from Italy, Milano Calibro 9 is a gritty, ultra-violent masterpiece and an essential entry in the cannon of Italian crime cinema. Centering on the character of ex-con Ugo Piazza (played with stone-cold precision by Gastone Moschin) the film also benefits from the presence of giallo regular Barbara Bouchet and her considerable charms.

Released after a three-year term in prison for a bungled robbery, Ugo Piazza plans to lead the straight life for a while. But no sooner is he back on the street than he's picked up by a bunch of hoodlums under the employ of his former boss, the 'Americano' – among them, the psychopathic Rocco – who are convinced that Ugo stole $300,000 before his incarceration. The gang forces Ugo to resume working for them in the hope that he'll eventually lead them to their missing cash.

The first part in director Fernando Di Leo's Milieu Trilogy, Milano Calibro 9 is an early example of the poliziotteschi – Italian crime films –which proliferated in the 1970s. Di Leo eschews the sleazy, more exploitative approach of some his contemporary filmmakers for a more serious take on his subject matter – although he's not averse to show-stopping gun fights and long, lingering shots of the lovely Barbara Bouchet.

Special Features:
  • High Definition digital transfer
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: JUNE 16TH.

The Complete Dr Phibes

Horror legend Vincent Price (The Fall of the House of Usher, Theatre of Blood) is Dr. Phibes, former musician, current murderer. Seeking revenge from the medical staff that left his wife for dead, he sets about knocking them off one-by-one in a series of elaborate murders based upon a Ten Plagues of Egypt. Death by bats, by boils, by blood and more await the nurse and surgeons who failed to save the life of the beloved Victoria Regina Phibes!

A camp classic, The Abominable Dr. Phibes sets itself apart from the seventies horror crowd with its knowing humour and art deco sets, and also prefigures the Saw movies with its increasingly fiendish set of murder devices.

Pairing the original film with sequel Dr. Phibes Rises Again, The Complete Dr. Phibes provides viewers with a double diabolical dose of macabre thrills and black comedy.

Special Features:
  • High Definition digital transfers of both films
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Deluxe Edition collector's Box featuring original artwork
  • 100-Page Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: JUNE 9TH.

The 'Burbs

The films of director Joe Dante have taken us to some strange places – a mysterious Chinatown antique store in Gremlins; a secluded resort populated by werewolves in The Howling; even deep inside the human body in Innerspace. But now he takes us to the strangest place of all – surburbia!

Family man Ray Peterson (Tom Hanks) is looking forward to a week of putting his feet up at home in the quiet, leafy cul-de-sac of Mayfield Place. But his plans are scuppered by the arrival of new next-door neighbours, The Klopeks, whose behaviour and habits are more than just a little kooky. But things go from kooky to downright sinister when local old boy Walter disappears, leading Ray and his buddies to suspect their new neighbours of killing and eating him! Sure, the Klopeks are a strange bunch what with their digging up the backyard in the middle of the night – but they're not devil-worshipping cannibal killers… are they?

If you're looking for a knowing slice of tongue-in-cheek terror then look no further than The 'Burbs. A standout horror comedy from a director who has given us more than his fair share of fun frighteners, The 'Burbs assembles a superb cast including Tom Hanks, Bruce Dern, Carrie Fisher and Corey Feldman in a tall tale of small-town terror. You'll never look at those eccentric neighbours in the same way again!

Special Features:
  • High Definition digital transfer
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: JUNE 23RD.

Camera Obscura: The Walerian Borowczyk Collection

This groundbreaking collection brings together Walerian Borowczyk's key films from a twenty-five-year period stretching from 1959 through to 1984.

This unique release includes five of Borowczyk's provocative feature films: Theatre de M et Mme Kabal, Goto, l'ile d'amour, Blanche, Contes Immoraux and La Bete as well as his groundbreaking short films from this period.

Not only are many of these films available on Blu-ray and DVD for the first time, but also in new digital high definition restorations approved by the director's widow, Ligia Branice.

In addition to exclusive documentaries featuring cast and crew, an hour long portrait of Borowczyk is to be included, featuring the director's musings on painting, animation and sex.

Accompanying this seminal release is a book edited by Borowczyk experts Daniel Bird and Michael Brooke featuring newly commissioned essays on Borowczyk's films and art, as well as an account of the meticulous restoration process involved.

To round off the release is, for the first time, an English translation of Borowczyk's 1992 collection of short stories, Anatomy of the Devil, translated by the director's assistant, Michael Levy.

Arrow Academy's Walerian Borowczyk Collection is a vital addition to anyone interested in either world cinema, animation or experimental film.

Limited Edition collection featuring five feature films:
- Theatre of Mr & Mrs Kabal (1967)
- Goto, Isle of Love (1968)
- Blanche (1971)
- Immoral Tales (1974)
- The Beast (1975)
- And the short films:
- The Astronauts (1959)
- The Concert (1962)
- Grandmother's Encyclopaedia (1963)
- Renaissance (1963)
- Angels' Games (1964)
- Joachim's Dictionary (1965)
- Rosalie (1966)
- Gavotte (1967)
- Diptych (1967)
- The Phonograph (1969)
- A Private Collection (1973)
- Venus on the Half-Shell (1975)
- The Greatest Love of All Time (1978)
- Scherzo Infernal (1984)

Special Features:
  • Brand new 2K restorations of Borowczyk's films
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Extensive collector's booklet featuring limited edition exclusive content, new writing on the film, archive content and more!
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
RELEASE DATE: JUNE 30TH

Porky's

Long before American Pie and Superbad came the original and best sex comedy. A firm favourite of teen movie fans, Porky's introduced audiences to Kim Cattrall (Police Academy, Big Trouble in Little China) and made an absolute killing at the box-office.

It's 1954 and the sex-obsessed boys of Angel Beach High School are looking to get laid. Porky's is their destination, local nightclub and whorehouse. Only its redneck owner has other plans, as does his sheriff brother. Will Meat, Mickey, Tommy and the other guys in the gang get their own back? And will the barely-endowed Pee Wee finally lose his virginity?

Having established his credentials as one of Canada's top horror filmmakers with the likes of Black Christmas and Dead of Night, Bob Clark took an unexpected turn into the world of the teenage sex comedy and inadvertently made the most successful Canadian motion picture of all time, an honour it still holds today.

Special Features:
  • Limited edition SteelBook packaging
  • High Definition digital transfer
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: MAY 26TH.

The Beast Within

Late one full moon-lit night, a woman stands alone on the roadside waiting for her husband to return to their broken-down car. Suddenly she's pounced upon, dragged into the dark woods and savaged by a barely-glimpsed assailant – something barely human. But this is only the beginning of the terrors in The Beast Within…

Seventeen years on, and the devoted parents of teenager Michael are at their wits end. Their son lies in a hospital bed, his body wracked by a mysterious illness. With doctors unable to offer any diagnosis, Michael's desperate parents are forced to seek out the answer themselves – by digging up traumatic past events and confronting the true nature of their son's conception.

The Beast Within stands apart from other creature features due to its decidedly grim tone – the scenes in which the monster violates his victims have proven too strong for some critics – and standout transformation sequence courtesy of makeup artist Tom Hoerber (My Bloody Valentine). Add to these the strong lead performances from Paul Clemens and Ronny Cox (Deliverance, The Car, RoboCop), alongside a stunning score by the late, great Les Baxter, and you have yourself one absolute beast of a movie!

Special Features:
  • High Definition digital transfer
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Marc Schoenbach of Sadist Art Designs
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: MAY 5TH.

Theatre of Blood

It's never been tougher to be a critic than in THEATRE OF BLOOD, one of the greatest horror comedies of all time. Vincent Price gives a career best performance as Edward Lionhart, a veteran Shakespearean actor who, when passed over for the coveted Critic's Circle award for Best Actor takes deadly revenge on the critics who snubbed him.

With one of the greatest ensemble casts ever assembled for a horror film including Diana Rigg, Harry Andrews, Jack Hawkins and Arthur Lowe, THEATRE OF BLOOD is an dementedly funny and deliciously macarbe cult classic.

Special Features:
  • High Definition digital transfer
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: APRIL 28TH.

The Delta Force

Cannon Films are known for producing some of the most enjoyable and eccentric action flicks of the '80s – but The Delta Force, which boasts scenes of Chuck Norris flying through the air on a missile-mounted motorbike, surely stands as one of their most entertaining efforts.

American Travel Ways Flight 282 has been hijacked by a group of terrorists claiming to represent the New World Revolutionary Organisation. The Delta Force, under the leadership of Captain Scott McCoy (Chuck Norris), is called in to handle the situation. Still smarting from an ill-fated hostage rescue mission several years prior, this elite squad of special forces are determined to succeed in their mission this time – and assert the might of the American military once and for all.

Drawing on a number of true-life terrorist incidents for inspiration, most notably the 1985 hijacking of TWA Flight 847, The Delta Force is a non-stop thrill ride which culminates in one of the most explosive action flick finales of all time. With Chuck Norris on hand to provide the muscle and gravelly-voiced Lee Marvin (The Killers) in his last ever screen role, The Delta Force is one mission you can't afford not to accept.

Special Features:
  • High Definition digital transfer
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: APRIL 28TH.

Koyaanisqatsi / Powaqqatsi

Told without dialogue, narration, cast or characters, Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi are dizzying, hypnotic examples of cinema set to extraordinary scores by Philip Glass. The first instalment concentrates on the United States, contrasting its natural beauty with a population ever more dependent on modern technology. The second switches to the Southern hemisphere and focuses on cultures and traditions that are slowly eroding away as the modern world takes over.

Special Features:
  • New, restored digital transfers of both films, approved by director Godfrey Reggio
  • 5.1 DTS-HD Master audio
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: APRIL 21.

Sisters

Before 1973, Brian De Palma was impossible to pigeonhole: he made comedies, political satires and openly experimental pieces. But with Sisters (originally released as Blood Sisters in the UK) he turned to the suspense thriller and discovered his natural home - and a style that would lead directly to later masterpieces like Carrie, Dressed to Kill and Blow Out.

When Danielle (Margot Kidder) meets potential boyfriend Philip (Lisle Wilson) after appearing on the TV show Peeping Toms (a nod to the Michael Powell shocker), she invites him home, only to attract the ire of her twin sister Dominique. From across the courtyard, Rear Window style, reporter Grace (Jennifer Salt) witnesses Philip being murdered by one of the twins - but the police find no body or any physical evidence. Naturally, Grace takes things into her own hands, and discovers more about the sisters' relationship than she bargained for…

Strongly influenced by Alfred Hitchcock and Roman Polanski, and with a score by the great Bernard Herrmann (Citizen Kane, Psycho), Sisters was the first true "Brian De Palma" film.

Special Features:
  • High Definition digital transfer
  • Newly created exclusive content
  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys
  • Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more
  • More to be announced closer to the release date
STREET DATE: APRIL 14TH.


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News comments (38 comments)



franken_psycho1990
  Feb 19, 2014
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Day 1 on all the Vincent Price films! F#CKKKK!!!!!
I will probably get The Burbs too.

dannalexcon
  Feb 19, 2014
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What a line-up! I'm in for all the Vincent Price steelbooks, Sisters, Delta Force, L'Assassino and Milano Calibro 9. Arrow have become a cinephile's dream!

DFS61
  Feb 19, 2014
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Strange that Arrow's releasing the Qatsi trilogy's first two installments when Criterion has what is most definitely the definitive Blu-ray release of all three pics, including Reggio's "Anima Mundi".... (And, too, Criterion released a DVD version of DePalma's "Sisters" a number of years ago. It'll be interesting to see how Arrow's Blu-ray quality compares with the former's DVD version.) It's great to see some of these "old creepers" getting the Blu-ray upgrade...!
mredman
  Feb 19, 2014
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The BURBS!

thompsonjohn
  Feb 19, 2014
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This really makes me hate the fact that my PS3 is not region free.
glumpy_99
  Feb 19, 2014
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I've always been fond of the camp fest (and last dying breath of the 70s disaster movie) that is "Delta Force" and haven't picked up the MGM release, so may dive in here.

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davidthenikonuser
  Feb 19, 2014
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Nice line up. Even though I have a lot of them already on blu.

xxBachelor1981xx
  Feb 19, 2014
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This is why I bought my region free player. I will pick up The Delta Force, The Beast Within, Porky's, The Burbs

CandyStalker
  Feb 19, 2014
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The 'Burbs is still the funniest Hanks movie. And a young Nicky Katt appears! If only they would digitally remove Corey Feldman. His "performance" subtracts one whole star.
nitin
  Feb 19, 2014
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wow will pick up most of these

metriclove
  Feb 19, 2014
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The Burbs FTW!!!! Also, the Vincent Price films, love them. I already have the Qatsi Trilogy on Criterion.

CandyStalker, I totally agree. I was just having a conversation with my Wife the other day about my 3 favorite Tom Hanks movies, and The Burbs was No.1. I think it has endless replay value.

Youngbus46
  Feb 19, 2014
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THE BURBS!!!!!!! it's finally coming... Day 1 for me!

RiFiFi1955
  Feb 19, 2014
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Misprint Alert, Sisters says 1989 instead of 73'...just giving a heads up.

RiFiFi1955
  Feb 19, 2014
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And Arrow is crushing it!!!!!!!!!
mayorofsmpleton
  Feb 19, 2014
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Was THIS close to importing the Japanese Blu for SISTERS... like this weekend. So glad I held off. I'll be importing as it seems like it's not a priority. Does Criterion still have the rights in the US? They had released a DVD edition many years ago (I think it's still available) but I've been anxiously awaiting an announcement and it never happens. Glad it's happening through Arrow. Hopefully they'll do a good job.

Glad to have a region free player...

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4000dvds2many
  Feb 19, 2014
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ARROW is phenomenal. I am so happy I have a Region Free player. Took me forever to get one and mine is shitty, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. Can anyone recommend a good, inexpensive Region Free 3d Player?
bWack
  Feb 20, 2014
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I am shamed to say this as an American who loves both but ... Arrow is killing Criterion and Scream Factory!

ravenus
  Feb 20, 2014
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Can I say one of the most exciting line-ups for the next 6 months? Much more for me than the latest Criterion and MoC line-ups which can in turn hardly be described as slack.
insomniac013
  Feb 20, 2014
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None for me this line up but im sure it'll please a lot of you

JimDiGriz
  Feb 20, 2014
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All the Vincent Price films here are amongst his very best - better than The Fall of the House of Usher for instance.

Day 1 for me on all of them - cant wait! Will be great to see all the extras for this lot too. Love the Phibes original artwork.
NYorker
  Feb 20, 2014
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Wow, Theater of Blood!
I would also consider Delta Force, but I'm afraid it would smash my blu ray player

jimmybearlondon
  Feb 20, 2014
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Squeeeeee - so much money to be spent on Arrow Blu-rays over the coming months... Particularly excited about The Burbs! If anyone from Arrow is reading, how about Explorers next - we need some Dante love on Blu-ray!

lordmorpheus72
  Feb 20, 2014
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Some amazing releases here! Can't wait for The 'Burbs

Philly Q
  Feb 20, 2014
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Aaargh! I can't keep up! I hope Arrow aren't stretching themselves too thin, they've been doing such a great job with recent releases. Very keen to get Dr Phibes and Theatre of Blood, but to be honest almost all of these are of some interest.
Filmninja
  Feb 20, 2014
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Yo thompsonjohn, a region free player is like $69 these days. Totally worth it.

Tweety
  Feb 20, 2014
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Added the Vincent Price movies to my wish list. Yeah... Now the long wait begins.
Phonecia Taylor
  Feb 20, 2014
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With the exception of the opening shot The Burbs is a positively worthless film. I can get behind Koy/Pow double feature set--and Porky's. The Beast Within was one of the worst films I have ever sat thru in the cinema--and I thought Tom Burman (Cat People) did the effects--the only redeemable aspect of the film. I know where I'm spending my cash!

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jacobb1313
  Feb 20, 2014
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totally in for The Walerian Borowczyk Collection. The complete Dr. Phibes and The Assassin are probably going to make it to my shelf soon, too!

alien2010
  Feb 20, 2014
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Arrow once again stirs up the juices. The Delta Force and Sisters are day one purchases for me. Milano Calibro 9 and The Assassin will certainly merit a rental

@ Phonecia Taylor; Totally agree The Burbs is a worthless film.
KKelvin
  Feb 20, 2014
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The Walerian Borowczyk Collection is also already available for pre-order at Amazon. The price is currently £92.64 but I don't think any of these releases' prices are final (single titles for £24.99? Not likely).

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Cat III
  Feb 20, 2014
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Perhaps "Dr. Phibes" and maybe "Porky's". Um... Arrow has me underwhelmed. At least I can save on the cost of importing.

kemcha
  Feb 20, 2014
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The 'Burbs and the original Delta Force? Tom Hanks is hilarious in The 'Burbs, can't wait for that one.
billyearle
  Feb 21, 2014
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A really great list of blus. Fortunately for my wallet, I got a lot of these on US BDs already, but will have to double dip for the Dr Phibes sequel. Wallerian B set is the big thing for me, and will probably wan't just about everything here I don't have already.

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Shawn Watson
  Feb 21, 2014
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I want Delta Force 2!

Hitchcock
  Feb 23, 2014
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theatre of blood , vincent price at his very best IMO.

Lacrymosa
  Feb 23, 2014
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Will definitely get the Dr. Phibes films and The Burbs. Sisters is another I always wanted on blu!
Cool line up. Will check out some others too.

mjcavinder
  Feb 23, 2014
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The 'Burbs!....Newly created exclusive content?

Dvd Aficionado
  Feb 25, 2014
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Theatre of Blood and The Delta Force are worth noting. However, could they be region free? At least The Delta Force? I've never found a Chuck Norris film under MGM released as a Region B blu-ray. To my knowledge, Missing in Action, Missing in Action II, Code of Silence and Lone Wolf McQuade are all region free regardless of the country they are released in.


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