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Kino Lorber's November 2012 Blu-ray Slate

Posted August 17, 2012 04:47 PM by Webmaster

Kino InternationalIndependent film distributor Kino Lorber has issued its Blu-ray slate for November 2012. Releases are arranged through Kino's branches Kino Classics and Redemption Films. The November titles include Fritz Lang's Die Nibelungen, a collection of four films by Pete Walker, and more.

Kino Classics:

  • November 6 - Die Nibelungen: Deluxe Remastered Edition (1924, Fritz Lang, 2-disc Blu-ray set). Also contains the feature length documentary "The Legacy of Die Nibelungen".
Redemption Films:
  • November 20 - The Pete Walker Collection (4-Blu-ray set includes House of Whipcord (1974), Die Screaming Marianne (1971), The Comeback (1978), and Schizo (1976)).

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News comments (11 comments)

 - Aug 17, 2012

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Happy that Kino is releasing Die Nibelungen but I have to ask which version will be better? Kino or MOC? History tells me, based on the Metropolis release, that MOC's will likely be better since it's guaranteed to have the original German intertitles and will probably have a nice commentary track to go along with it. I'm not knocking Kino here, but the inclusion of the original German intertitles would go a long way in making this release just that much better.

 - Aug 17, 2012

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MOC 100 times better.

 - Aug 17, 2012

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The Selznick Collection are all public-domain, so let's hope Kino can find them a good restoration/home, like the Busters and Metropolis.

Simple Lines
 - Aug 18, 2012

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Die Nibelungen and the Pete Walker Collection are the only new releases for Kino in November.

The rest will most likely be the currently available blus of each of those films doubled or boxed together.

Philly Q
 - Aug 18, 2012

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I'll probably be getting the MoC edition of Die Nibelugen.

I'll be interested to see how the Pete Walker films turn out, I have the old Anchor Bay UK box set and they all look pretty ropey, to be honest.

 - Aug 18, 2012

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Agh! No Frightmare in the Pete Walker collection? That's the centerpiece of the DVD collection in my opinion!

Horsemeat Discoer
 - Aug 19, 2012

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Great selection, but disappointing James Whale's The Old Dark House blu ray wasn't among them. It would have made an excellent tie-in with Universal's Frankenstein, Dracula etc blu rays.

 - Aug 20, 2012

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For those in the know above, please forgive my ignorance, but what distribution company is MOC? Thanks in advance for the information!

 - Aug 20, 2012

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Masters of Cinema:

UK's answer to Criterion, sort of...

 - Aug 20, 2012

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Thanks, Mr. Boisvert! I assume the others are raving, because either Masters of Cinema Blu-ray Discs are either all region, Region A playable or these people have all-region blu-ray players? It seems as though the M of C discs are Region B and the good people at have not tested them for playability on Region A players.

 - Aug 20, 2012

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So is this gonna be the Battleship and Strike editions that already exist, but on one disc? ie, will it have the same special features?

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