DVD: $17.96

Cocaine Bear

(Maximum Rampage Edition)

Universal Studios | 2023 | 95 min | Rated R
Directed by Elizabeth Banks

Inspired by the 1985 true story of a drug runner’s plane crash, missing cocaine, and the black bear that ate it, this wild dark comedy finds an oddball group of cops, criminals, tourists and teens converging in a Georgia forest where a 500- pound apex predator has ingested a staggering amount of cocaine and gone on a coke-fueled rampage for more blow … and blood.

  • Feature Commentary with Director/Producer Elizabeth Banks and Producer Max Handelman
  • Alternate Ending
  • Deleted & Extended Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • All Roads Lead to Cokey: The Making of COCAINE BEAR – Meet the hilarious ensemble brought together to bring the movie of what is soon to be the world’s most famous bear to life.
  • UnBEARable Bloodbath: Dissecting the Kills – From rigging to special effects makeup, to some of the actors doing their own stunts, we’ll get a bears-eye view into some of COCAINE BEAR’s hilarious and gory kill scenes.
  • Doing Lines – Cast and filmmakers read lines from the script to COCAINE BEAR, which was a work of art unto itself.
  • Optional English, French Canadian, and Latin American Spanish subtitles for the main feature

4K ULTRA HD: $39.96
BLU-RAY: $31.96
DVD: $23.96

The Seventh Seal (#11)

Criterion | 1957 | 97 min | Not Rated
Directed by Ingmar Bergman

Returning exhausted from the Crusades to find medieval Sweden gripped by the Plague, a knight (Max von Sydow) suddenly comes face-to-face with the hooded figure of Death, and challenges him to a game of chess. As the fateful game progresses, and the knight and his squire encounter a gallery of outcasts from a society in despair, Ingmar Bergman mounts a profound inquiry into the nature of faith and the torment of mortality. One of the most influential films of its time, The Seventh Seal is a stunning allegory of man’s search for meaning and a work of stark visual poetry.

4K UHD + Blu-ray Special Edition Features
  • 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
  • One 4K UHD disc of the film and one Blu-ray with the film and special features
  • Introduction from 2003 by director Ingmar Bergman
  • Audio commentary and video afterword by Bergman expert Peter Cowie
  • Bergman Island (2006), a feature-length documentary on Bergman by Marie Nyreröd
  • Audio interview from 1998 with actor Max von Sydow
  • Tribute to Bergman from 1989 by filmmaker Woody Allen
  • Bergman 101, a selected video filmography tracing Bergman’s career, narrated by Cowie
  • Trailer
  • Optional English-dubbed soundtrack
  • PLUS: An essay by critic Gary Giddins

    Cover by Neil Kellerhouse

BLU-RAY: $27.99
DVD: $26.98

Midsomer Murders: Series Twenty-Three

Acorn Media | 2022 | 371 min | Not Rated

The cozy villages of Midsomer County reveal their most sinister secrets in these contemporary British television mysteries. Inspired by the novels of Caroline Graham, modern master of the English village mystery, the series stars Neil Dudgeon (Life of Riley) as the capable Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby, with Jason Hughes (This Life) as his earnest, efficient protégé, Detective Sergeant Ben Jones. Guest stars include James Callis, Kerry Fox, Paul Ritter, Sinéad Cusack, and Harriet Walter. THE MYSTERIES The Dark Rider-Sightings of a headless horseman doom members of the aristocratic DeQuetteville family as they plan a Civil War battle reenactment. Murder of Innocence-The return of a convicted murderer to Midsomer sparks a series of revenge killings, but the top suspect soon becomes a target. Death and the Divas-Tensions between a Hollywood superstar and her actress sister come to a head amid murders modeled on the sisters’ horror films.

  • 25 Years of Mayhem Anniversary Special (48 min.)


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  • From Scratch: Season Two
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  • Marie Antoinette: Season One (2022) (PBS)
  • Walking Through History: Series Three
  • Ya Boy Kongming! The Complete Collection (2022)
  • Zoku Sayonara Zetsubo: Sensei Season Two (2008-2009)

DVD: $17.96

Magic Mike’s Last Dance

Warner Bros. | 2023 | 112 min | Rated R
Directed by Steven Soderbergh

Just in time for Valentine’s Day comes the third installment of the blockbuster “Magic Mike” film franchise, the musical comedy “Magic Mike’s Last Dance.” The creative team behind the first film, which garnered praise from critics and audiences alike, has reunited to create the magic again: Channing Tatum reprises his role as Mike Lane and Steven Soderbergh returns to the helm with a script from Reid Carolin, who also wrote the first two films. And starring alongside Tatum is Salma Hayek Pinault (“House of Gucci,” “Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard”).

“Magic” Mike Lane (Tatum) takes to the stage again after a lengthy hiatus, following a business deal that went bust, leaving him broke and taking bartender gigs in Florida. For what he hopes will be one last hurrah, Mike heads to London with a wealthy socialite (Hayek Pinault) who lures him with an offer he can’t refuse…and an agenda all her own. With everything on the line, once Mike discovers wha

  • Magic Mike’s New Moves – Featurette
  • Delete Scene
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature


DVD: $17.96


Universal Studios | 2022 | 110 min | Rated R
Directed by Neil Jordan

Set in late 1930’s Bay City, MARLOWE centers around a street-wise, down on his luck detective; Philip Marlowe (Liam Neeson), who is hired to find the ex-lover of a glamorous heiress (Diane Kruger), daughter of a well-known movie star (Jessica Lange). The disappearance unearths a web of lies, and soon Marlowe is involved in a dangerous, deadly investigation where everyone involved has something to hide.

  • English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
  • Optional English SDH and Spanish subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $14.99
DVD: $13.39

Kids vs. Aliens

RLJ Entertainment | 2022 | 75 min | Not Rated
Directed by Jason Eisener

All Gary wants is to make awesome home movies with his best buds. All his older sister Samantha wants is to hang with the cool kids. When their parents head out of town one Halloween weekend, an all-time rager of a teen house party turns to terror when aliens attack, forcing the siblings to band together to survive the night.

  • Audio commentary by director Jason Eisener
  • Slime Time: The Making of Kids vs. Aliens – Featurette
  • Storyboards
  • Original trailer
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature

DVD: $13.99

Righteous Thieves

Lionsgate Films | 2023 | 91 min | Rated R
Directed by Anthony Nardolillo

In this ultimate heist thrill-ride, Annabel (Lisa Vidal), a leader of a secret organization engaged in the recovery of priceless artwork, assembles a ragtag crew of art thieves to recover a Monet, Picasso, Degas, and Van Gogh stolen by Nazis during WWII and now in the possession of neo-Nazi billionaire oligarch Otto Huizen (Brian Cousins). As the planned heist approaches, loyalties are tested when the crew learns the real reason behind Annabel’s search for the long-lost paintings.

  • Coming for it All: Making Righteous Thieves – Featurette
  • Trailers
  • Optional English SDH and Spanish subtitles for the main feature


12 Angry Men

Kino Lorber | 1957 | 96 min | Not Rated
Directed by Sidney Lumet

Following the closing arguments in a murder trial, the twelve members of the jury must deliberate, with a guilty verdict meaning death for the accused, an inner-city teen. As the dozen men try to reach a unanimous decision while sequestered in a solitary, sweltering room, one juror (Henry Fonda, The Ox-Bow Incident) casts considerable doubt on elements of the case. Personal issues soon rise to the surface, and conflict threatens to derail the delicate process that will decide one boy’s fate. In addition to Fonda (who also co-produced with writer Reginald Rose), the cast includes Lee J. Cobb as his main opposition; Ed Begley as a hateful bigot; E.G. Marshall as a cold, logical stockbroker; Jack Warden as a baseball fanatic and Jack Klugman as the disturbed blood-brother to the defendant. The feature directing debut of Sidney Lumet (Serpico, The Verdict), 12 Angry Men remains “one of the best pictures ever made” (The Hollywood Reporter), a searing examination of race, justice, family and morality.



  • Brand New HDR/Dolby Vision Master – From a New 4K Scan of the Original Camera Negative
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian/Screenwriter Gary Gerani
  • Audio Commentary by Film Historian Drew Casper
  • TripleLayered UHD100 Disc
  • Optional English Subtitles


  • 12 ANGRY MEN – 1997 Film Directed by William Friedkin and Starring Jack Lemmon
  • BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT: Making of 12 Angry Men
  • INSIDE THE JURY ROOM: Featurette
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • DualLayered BD50 Disc
  • Optional English Subtitles


All-Star Superman

Warner Bros. | 2011 | 77 min | Rated PG
Directed by Sam Liu

Grant Morrison’s beloved, Eisner Award-winning vision of Superman’s heroic final days on Earth is brought to exquisite, animated life in All-Star Superman. The film begins as the Man of Steel rescues an ill-fated mission to the Sun (sabotaged by Lex Luthor) but, in the process, is oversaturated by radiation – which accelerates his cell degeneration. Sensing even he will be unable to cheat death, Superman ventures into new realms – finally revealing his secret to Lois, confronting Lex Luthor’s perspective of humanity, and attempting to ensure Earth’s safety before his own impending end with one final, selfless act.

  • NEW The Art of the All-star Adaptation – Go behind the scenes and inside the process of screenwriting, character designing and scoring the animated adaptation of the quintessential Superman comic series, All-Star Superman. This fascinating featurette includes insight from executive producer Bruce Timm, director Sam Liu, character designer Dusty Abell and composer Christopher Drake.
  • NEW An All-Star Salute to the Silver Age Superman – Explore DC’s historical inspirations in Grant Morrison’s love letter to the wildly fantastic Silver Age of Superman in comics.
  • Superman Now – In a moment of inspiration, Grant Morrison was provided an opportunity to revamp the Man of Steel into something modern, something more relevant for today’s audience. This is the story of All-Star Superman – where it all started, and what it came to be.
  • The Creative Flow: Incubating the Idea with Grant Morrison – A detailed look at Grant Morrison’s original sketches and ideas.
  • Audio Commentary – Featuring the thoughts of Bruce Timm and Grant Morrison.
  • Digital Comic Book – All-Star Superman
  • Optional English, French, and Spanish subtitles


The Haunting of Julia

Shout Factory | 1977 | 98 min | Not rated
Directed by Richard Loncraine

Magnus and Julia Lofting (Keir Dullea, Black Christmas, and Mia Farrow, Rosemary’s Baby) suffer a tremendous shock one morning when their daughter Kate (Sophie Ward, The Hunger) begins choking. Unsure what to do, Julia attempts a tracheotomy, inadvertently causing Kate’s death. The tragedy sends Julia to a hospital to recover, but when Magnus asks that she come home, she prefers to buy a new house in London to live alone. Magnus begins pondering Julia’s fragile sanity, while Julia becomes convinced that her house is haunted by the spirit of a little girl. A supernatural fable based on the novel Julia by Peter Straub, The Haunting Of Julia is brimming with haunting imagery and chilly atmosphere.



  • NEW 4K Restoration By Scream Factory From The Original Camera Negative
  • In Dolby Vision
  • Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio Mono
  • NEW Audio Commentary By Director Richard Loncraine And Film Historian Simon Fitzjohn


  • NEW 4K Restoration By Scream Factory From The Original Camera Negative
  • Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio Mono
  • NEW Audio Commentary By Director Richard Loncraine And Film Historian Simon Fitzjohn
  • NEW Introduction To The Film By Director Richard Loncraine
  • NEW Park Life – Simon Fitzjohn Revisits The Locations From The Film
  • NEW Coming Full Circle – An Interview With Actor Tom Conti
  • NEW The Fear Of Growing Up – An Interview With Actress Samantha Gates
  • NEW A Haunting Retrospective – Film Critic/Author Kim Newman Looks At This Underrated Ghost Story


Rebel Without A Cause

Warner Bros. | 1955 | 111 min | Rated PG-13
Directed by Nicholas Ray

In one of moviedom’s most influential roles, James Dean plays Jim Stark, the new kid in town whose loneliness, frustration and anger mirrored those of postwar teens – and reverberate more than 40 years later. Natalie Wood (as Jim’s girlfriend Judy) and Sal Mineo (in his screen debut as Jim’s tag-along pal Plato) were Acadamy Award nominees for their achingly true performances. Director Nicholas Ray was also an Oscar nominee for this landmark film chosen as one of the Top-100 American Films by the American Film Institute.

  • Audio Commentary Douglas L. Rathgeb
  • “James Dean Remembered” (1974 TV special)
  • “Rebel Without a Cause: Defiant Innocents” (featurette)
  • “Dennis Hopper: Memories from the Warner Lot” (featurette)
  • Screen Tests
  • Wardrobe Tests
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, Parisian French subtitles


4K ULTRA HD + BLU-RAY: $26.57


Kino Lorber | 1973 | 130 min | Rated R
Directed by Sidney Lumet

Serpico is based on the true story of a New York policeman who discovers that honesty is not expected to be part of his job. He endures scorn and mistreatment from his fellow cops while attempting to perform his duties with integrity. The character of Frank Serpico, combining the best elements of the Establishment and counterculture, is a tour-de-force role for Al Pacino (The Godfather, Scarface). The film is a breathtaking suspense story and a fascinating character study as well as a memorable statement about government’s inherent flaws. Rendered with unflinching realism by director Sidney Lumet (12 Angry Men, Dog Day Afternoon), Serpico earned 1973 Oscar nominations for its screenplay by Waldo Salt (Midnight Cowboy) and Norman Wexler (Saturday Night Fever) from the acclaimed biography by Peter Maas (The Valachi Papers), and for Best Actor, cementing Pacino as one of the cinema’s most versatile and iconic talents. Featuring Cornelia Sharpe (The Reincarnation of Peter Proud) as Leslie, Serpico’s girlfriend.



  • Brand New HDR Dolby Vision Master – From a 4K Scan of the 35mm Original Camera Negative
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger, Steve Mitchell and Nathaniel Thompson
  • TripleLayered UHD100 Disc
  • 5.1 Surround & Lossless 2.0 Audio
  • Optional English Subtitles


  • Brand New HD Master – From a 4K Scan of the 35mm Original Camera Negative
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger, Steve Mitchell and Nathaniel Thompson
  • SIDNEY LUMET: CINEASTE NEW YORK – Featurette (28:47)
  • LOOKING FOR AL PACINO – Featurette (29:22)
  • SERPICO: REAL TO REEL – Featurette (9:58)
  • INSIDE SERPICO – Featurette (12:55)
  • SERPICO: FAVORITE MOMENTS – Featurette (2:39)
  • PHOTO GALLERY with Commentary by Director Sidney Lumet (4:24)
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • DualLayered BD50 Disc
  • 5.1 Surround & Lossless 2.0 Audio
  • Optional English Subtitles


The Thing

Mill Creek Entertainment | 2011 | 103 min | Rated R
Directed by Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.

From the producers of Dawn of the Dead comes the chilling prelude to John Carpenter’s cult classic film. When paleontologist Kate Lloyd (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) travels to an isolated outpost in Antarctica for the expedition of a lifetime, she joins an international team that unearths a remarkable discovery. Their elation quickly turns to fear as they realize that their experiment has freed a mysterious being from its frozen prison. Paranoia spreads like an epidemic as a creature that can mimic anything it touches will pit human against human as it tries to survive and flourish in this spine-tingling thriller.

  • The Thing Evolves
  • Fire & Ice
  • Deleted/Extended Scenes
  • Trailer
  • Feature Commentary with Director Matthijs van Heijningen and Producer Eric Newman
  • NEW Featurettes
    • Who Goes There? (Cast & Crew)
    • What Goes There? (Behind the Scenes)


The Brave Archer Collection

(The Brave Archer / The Brave Archer II / The Brave Archer III / The Brave Archer and His Mate / Little Dragon Maiden)

Shout Factory | 1977-1983 | 5 Movies | 525 min | Not Rated
Directed by Cheh Chang & Shan Hua

Adapted from The Legend Of The Condor Heroes, the wuxia novel by Jin Yong, this phantasmagorical martial arts saga – The Brave Archer Trilogy – stars Alexander Fu Sheng. In addition to the celebrated original trio of beloved films, this set also includes the two unofficial sequels: The Brave Archer And His Mate which also stars Alexander Fu Sheng, and Little Dragon Maiden which stars Leslie Cheung (A Chinese Ghost Story, The Bride With White Hair). The first four films are directed by one of the greatest film directors of martial arts films ever, Chang Cheh.

(1080p High-Definition Widescreen (2.35:1) / Mandarin & English Dub DTS-HD Master Audio Mono / 122 min)

Chang Cheh is known for his revolutionary teen angst kung-fu films, his superheroic, Grand Guignol Venoms series, his sweeping martial arts epics, and the likes of this phantasmagorical saga featuring demi-deities of mythical kung-fu. The great international idol Alexander Fu Sheng stars as a wushu warrior who must learn the “18 Palms” and the “Nine Secrets,” and be taught by the “Seven Evils” to take vengeance on the man who killed his father – the Prince of the invading Chin Kingdom. With dazzling costumes, sets, and martial arts, the director tests the mettle of future superstars Hui Ying-Hung (soon to be in My Young Auntie) and Kuo Chue, who was to become the star of the Venoms series as well as one of the most respected action choreographers in the world (with both Tomorrow Never Dies and Brotherhood Of The Wolf to his credit).

(1080p High-Definition Widescreen (2.35:1) / Mandarin & English Dub DTS-HD Master Audio Mono / 115 min)

This magnificent martial arts saga takes up where the renowned original left off: with our hero Kuo Tsing winning the hand of fair maiden Huang Yung. Almost immediately, however, clan rivalries in the “Martial Arts World” lead to Kuo being wounded and Huang being named new leader of the Beggar Clan. It’s all mounted with sparkling energy by three kung-fu choreographers and a star-packed cast. International favorite Alexander Fu Sheng is back as Kuo, and Niu Niu shines in her show-stopping role as his betrothed. In addition, the mystical martial arts mayhem serves as a showcase for My Young Auntie star Hui Ying-Hung, king of villains Johnny Wang Lung-Wei, and featuring a few of the Deadly Venoms – Kuo Chue, Lo Meng, and Sun Chien.

(1080p High-Definition Widescreen (2.35:1) / Mandarin English Dub DTS-HD Master Audio Mono / 96 min)

It’s rare in any film industry that Part 3 of a classic series has the same “umph!” as its predecessors, but when you get legendary director Chang Cheh to return for a third time to helm much of the original terrific cast that includes Alexander Fu Sheng, Ti Lung and several of the Five Venoms, it’s just a masterpiece waiting to happen … again. And it does. Based on a classic kung-fu novel, The Brave Archer 3 delivers at all levels: mystery, magic, plot twists and of course brilliant martial arts action that has always been one of the Shaw Brothers’ calling cards of success. Chang’s heroes live for death while wrapping themselves in their own universe, and at the right time, will altruistically explode. That’s what makes this film a blast.

(1080p High-Definition Widescreen (2.35:1) / Mandarin & English Dub DTS-HD Master Audio Mono / 105 min)

When is The Brave Archer movie a Venoms film? When it is this, the fourth in a series originally starring international favorite Alexander Fu Sheng as master martial artist Kuo Tsing. But Fu only appears here in a cameo as the son of a character played by Lung Tien-Sheng (best known as a spear master in the Venoms film The Flag Of Iron). Kuo Chue is the new hero (as he is in the Venoms films as well) who is out to defeat the mass murderer of his martial arts masters. In fact, this fast-moving, action-packed film is even choreographed by the three core Venoms, making it a unique combination of grand “Martial Arts World” mayhem and special Venom-style, high-flying kung-fu.

(1080p High-Definition Widescreen (2.35:1) / Mandarin DTS-HD Master Audio Mono / 96 min)

With Hong Kong cinema’s new wave, high-flying, martial arts action of the 1980s came a new wave of actors: teeny-bopper, canto-pop singer/stars with little or no martial arts background. However, when a film like Little Dragon Maiden intelligently mixes the old with the new, the results are pure gold. This costume-filled action-drama-love story features relative newcomer Leslie Cheung, who falls in love with the Dragon Maiden while learning the art of swordplay. The recipe is complete when veteran kung-fu stars Chen Kuan-Tai and Lo Lieh add just enough weapon-wielding spice to make this film really cook. Cheung later garnered international recognition in John Woo’s A Better Tomorrow and Ronny Yu’s The Bride With White Hair.



  • Audio: Mandarin Mono DTS-HD Master Audio With A New English Subtitle Translation, English Dub Mono DTS-HD Master Audio
  • NEW Taking Aim: The Story of The Brave Archer – An Interview With David West, Critic And Author Of Chasing Dragons: An Introduction To The Martial Arts Film
  • Celestial Trailer
  • Still Gallery


  • Audio: Mandarin Mono DTS-HD Master Audio With A New English Subtitle Translation, English Mono DTS-HD Master Audio
  • NEW Fine Archery: The Brave Archer Franchise – Featuring New Interviews With Actors Lu Feng, Chu Ke And Lung Tien-Hsiang Plus Frank Djeng Of The New York Film Festival, Film Critic/Author David West And Film Critic James Mudge
  • Celestial Trailer
  • Still Gallery


  • Audio: Mandarin Mono DTS-HD Master Audio With A New English Subtitle Translation, English Mono DTS-HD Master Audio
  • NEW Memories Of Chang Cheh And The Golden Age Of Shaw Cinema – An Interview With Filmmaker Godfrey Ho, Assistant To Director Chang Cheh
  • Celestial Trailer


  • Audio: Mandarin Mono DTS-HD Master Audio With A New English Subtitle Translation, English Mono DTS-HD Master Audio
  • NEW Audio Commentary with Frank Djeng (New York Asian Film Festival)
  • Celestial Trailer
  • Still Gallery


  • Audio: Mandarin Mono DTS-HD Master Audio With A New English Subtitle Translation
  • NEW Audio Commentary By James Mudge, Film Critic/Historian At
  • Celestial Trailer
  • Still Gallery

DVD: $47.98

Chikyuu Super Sentai Fiveman: The Complete Series

Shout Factory | 1990-1991 | Season 14 | Not Rated
Directed by Masao Minowa

See where the worldwide phenomenon began with the original Japanese series that inspired the Power Rangers franchise!

Twenty years after their planet was attacked by the brutal Zone Empire, the five Hoshikawa children, who escaped and were raised on Earth, must prepare for a brand-new war. This time, though, they’re ready … having developed the powerful Fiveman technology that will help them defend Earth from the same empire that conquered their home world.


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Dreamgirls 2-Pack

(Dreamsgirls / Rocketman)

Paramount Pictures | 2006-2019 | 2 Movies, 3 Cuts | 140 min | Rated R
Directed by Bill Condon & Dexter Fletcher

Set in the 1960s, singers Effie (Jennifer Hudson), Lorrell (Anika Noni Rose), and Deena (Beyoncé Knowles) are discovered at a local talent show by ambitious manager Curtis Taylor Jr. (Jamie Foxx). The trio known as “the Dreamettes” is soon offered the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of opening for popular singer James “Thunder” Early (Eddie Murphy). Subsequently molded by Taylor and propelled into the spotlight as “the Dreams,” the girls find their bid for the big time taking priority over personal friendship, and begin to realize that the true cost of fame may be higher than any of them ever anticipated. Dreamgirls features a stellar cast including Academy Award winner Jamie Fox, global superstar Beyoncé Knowles, Golden Globe winner Eddie Murphy, and Jennifer Hudson in her breakout, award-winning role.

  • Theatrical & Director’s Extended Edition via branching
  • Jennifer Hudson – Auditions and Screen Test
    • Audition: Can He Even Sing
    • Audition: What About Me
    • Audition: And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going
    • Screen Test: And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going
  • Optional English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Japanese subtitles

BLU-RAY: $16.59

High, Wide and Handsome

Kino Lorber | 1937 | 110 min | Not Rated
Directed by Rouben Mamoulian

Hollywood legends Irene Dunne (When Tomorrow Comes), Randolph Scott (Western Union) and Dorothy Lamour (My Favorite Brunette) star in High, Wide and Handsome, a rousing musical adventure about a small town that strikes it rich. When their traveling show breaks down in a Pennsylvania village, Doc Watterson (Raymond Walburn, Christmas in July) and his lovely daughter, Sally (Dunne), find a place to stay with aspiring oilman Peter Cortlandt (Scott). All of Peter’s hard work pays off as he and Sally fall in love and he discovers a vein of oil that will make him and all his neighbors wealthy. When a railroad mogul schemes to get the land for himself, the community pulls together to build a pipeline to their dreams. Directed by the great Rouben Mamoulian (Love Me Tonight, The Mark of Zorro) and featuring songs by famed composers Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II (Show Boat), this unforgettable classic is a heartfelt story of finding success against all odds.

  • Brand New HD Master – From a 4K Scan by Universal Pictures
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Eddy Von Mueller
  • Theatrical Trailer (Newly Mastered in 2K)
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $16.59

Lady In A Jam

Kino Lorber | 1942 | 78 min
Directed by Gregory La Cava

Lady in a Jam is a classic screwball comedy starring the splendid Irene Dunne (Stingaree, The Awful Truth) as Jane, a young lady who is suspected of insanity after she squanders her entire inheritance yet refuses to accept her poor financial state. Dr. Enright (Patric Knowles, The Bride Wore Boots, Monsieur Beaucaire) is the handsome doctor assigned to her case, unbeknownst to Jane. Posing as her chauffeur, he drives her out west to her rich grandmother, from whom Jane hopes to recoup her fortune. Refusing to give Jane a dime, instead her grandmother allows her to work the family’s played-out gold mine. Jane’s ex-boyfriend (Ralph Bellamy, Hands Across the Table, His Girl Friday) comes into the picture only to discover Jane is smitten with the doctor. A love triangle ensues and finally the gold mine and Jane’s love life start to yield some promise. Deliciously directed by Gregory La Cava (My Man Godfrey, Stage Door).

  • NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker Allan Arkush and Film Historian/Filmmaker Daniel Kremer
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $16.59

Oh Doctor! / Poker Faces

Kino Lorber | 1925-1926 | 2 Movies | Not Rated
Directed by Harry A. Pollard

Kino Lorber is proud to present two uproarious silent comedies from Universal Pictures and director Harry A. Pollard. Oh, Doctor! (1925) stars Reginald Denny (Rebecca) as Rufus, a frail hypochondriac deeply in debt. He promises to repay it with the fortune he is due to inherit in three years. To ensure his health, the loan sharks hire a nurse, Dolores Hicks (Mary Astor, The Maltese Falcon), to take care of him. But when Rufus learns that the fetching Dolores prefers courageous men, he throws himself into a series of dangerous stunts that give his creditors a coronary. Poker Faces (1926) is a madcap farce in which henpecked husband Edward Everett Horton is desperately trying to close a contract to please his boss. When his wife (Laura La Plante) is unable to attend an all-important business dinner he hires a woman to play her. But she turns out to be married to an insanely jealous boxer!

  • Audio commentaries for Oh, Doctor! and Poker Faces by Adam Nayman, a film critic, teacher, and author based in Toronto; his book The Coen Brothers: This Book Really Ties the Films Together is available now from Abrams.
  • Oh, Doctor! music by Jake Monaco
  • Poker Faces music by Zach Marsh



Oscilloscope Pictures | 2021 | 87 min | Not Rated
Directed by Noah Dixon and Ori Segev

Wallflower Lennon Gates (Sylvie Mix) yearns for access to the inner sanctum of the underground music scene in Columbus, Ohio. When she creates a podcast to interview the local artists she adores, Lennon discovers her own musical ambitions, develops a fast friendship with the striking, confident performer Bobbi Kitten, and in the process creates an identity not wholly her own. Soon, Lennon’s aspirations, with some constructive coaxing from Bobbi to find her voice, lead her down a path of dark obsession.

  • Audio commentary with directors Noah Dixon, Ori Segev and Sylvie Mix
  • Behind the Scenes Mixtape
  • Sylvie Mix & Bobbi Kitten Chemistry Read
  • “The World” – musical performance by Alex and Albany
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Optional English SDH subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $16.59


Kino Lorber | 1939 | 77 min | Not Rated
Directed by John Brahm

From director John Brahm, the visionary filmmaker behind The Undying Monster, The Lodger, Hangover Square and Singapore, comes a journey into the dark and dangerous corners of Rio, starring screen greats Basil Rathbone (If I Were King) and Victor McLaglen (Murder at the Vanities). Crooked Parisian financier Paul Reynard (Rathbone) is arrested for bank fraud and sentenced to a penal colony off the coast of South America. His wife Irene (Sigrid Gurie, Algiers) and faithful servant Dirk (McLaglen) travel to Rio de Janeiro to arrange for Paul’s escape. But once they’ve landed in the Brazilian capital, Irene falls in love with an American engineer (Robert Cummings, The Last Train from Madrid). After his escape, Paul realizes that he’s lost his wife forever to a better man, and seeks revenge. From a story by Jean Negulesco (Road House), the noir-drenched adventure Rio also stars Leo Carrillo (Four Frightened People).

  • Brand New 2K Master
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Samm Deighan
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $16.59

Search For Beauty

Kino Lorber | 1934 | 78 min | Not Rated
Directed by Erle C. Kenton

Serial star Buster Crabbe (Flash Gordon, Buck Rogers, Tarzan the Fearless) and the great Ida Lupino (Road House, Woman in Hiding) star in Search for Beauty, a romantic Pre-Code comedy about two amorous Olympic athletes (he a swimmer; she a diver) brought in to run a health-and-beauty magazine. Don (Crabbe) and Barbara (Lupino) are really excited about their new venture, but they are completely unaware that the owners of the magazine are con artists who have different plans for the publication’s future as a salacious “skin” rag. In the process of finding a way to resist the conspirators’ schemes, Don and Barbara must fight to keep their relationship together. Get ready for laughs, romance and extraordinary dance sequences worthy of a golden medal! Delightfully directed by Erle C. Kenton (Island of Lost Souls, You’re Telling Me) and co-starring Robert Armstrong (King Kong) and James Gleason (Here Comes Mr. Jordan).

  • Brand New 2K Master| NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Lee Gambin and Emma Westwood
  • Trailers
  • Optional English Subtitles


The Sunday Woman

Radiance Films | 1975 | Not Rated
Directed by Luigi Comencini

An odious architect is beaten to death and a high society wife (Jacqueline Bisset, Day for Night) and her gay friend (Jean-Louis Trintignant, The Conformist) are the key suspects with a discarded letter implicating them in the crime. Commissioner Santamaria (Marcello Mastroianni, Fellini’s 8 ½) is assigned to the case and tries to uncover the murder suspect in upper-class Turin. With a murder mystery narrative worthy of Agatha Christie, The Sunday Woman is also a sharp critique of Turin’s upper crust. The screenplay, by the celebrated duo Age & Scarpelli, famed for their masterpieces in the Commedia all’Italiana boom including Big Deal on Madonna Street and The Organizer, is a whip-smart adaptation of the best-selling novels by Carlo Fruttero and Franco Lucentini with the lead character of Santamaria inspired by the real-life head of the Flying Squad. The much-heralded director Luigi Comencini (Misunderstood) often worked in a combination of comedy and drama, finding humour in tragedy, and is only waiting to be rediscovered as a master of post-war Italian cinema.

  • 2K RESTORATION of the film from the original negative, presented in the original 1.33:1 and an alternate 1.85:1 widescreen presentation
  • Original uncompressed mono PCM audio
  • Newly filmed interview with academic and Italian cinema expert Richard Dyer, who looks at The Sunday Woman (2022, 18 mins)
  • Archival interview with cinematographer Luciano Tovoli who discusses his work on the film (2008, 22 mins)
  • Newly filmed interview with academic and screenwriter Giacomo Scarpelli, who discusses the life and work of his father, Furio Scarpelli and his writing partner Agenore Incrocci (2022, 36 mins)
  • Archival French TV interview with Jean-Louis Trintignant in which the actor discusses The Sunday Woman (1976, 4 mins)
  • Trailer
  • Reversible sleeve featuring designs based on original posters
  • Limited edition 24-page booklet featuring new writing on the film by Mariangela Sansone and a reprint of an archival piece on the film
  • Limited edition of 2000 copies, presented in full-height Scanavo packaging with removable OBI strip leaving packaging free of certificates and markings 

BLU-RAY: $23.96

The Trap

Kino Lorber | 1922 | Not Rated
Directed by Robert Thornby

The Trap is a grand story of romance and betrayal that includes the first starring role of the legendary “Man of a Thousand Faces” Lon Chaney. Chaney plays Gaspard, a French-Canadian trapper whose beloved Thalie (Dagmar Godowsky) throws him over for Benson (Alan Hale), the scoundrel who tricked Gaspard out of a mine claim. Gaspard nurses his resentments over a decade, and traps a half-starved wolf as his agent of vengeance. Shot against the awe-inspiring backdrop of Yosemite National Park, The Trap is a wildly entertaining melodrama.

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  • Lon Chaney: Behind the Mask (1996, 65 minutes)

45th Anniversary Stash Box BLU-RAY: $29.99

Up In Smoke

Paramount Pictures | 1978 | 86 min
Directed by Lou Adler

There’s nothing straight about this movie. But here’s the dope anyway: Cheech and Chong make their film debut in this riotous rock’n’roll comedy, bringing with them the same madness, lifestyles and sketches that sold over 10 million records in the early ’70s. Cheech and Chong’s marijuana-laced humor keeps their spirits high and leads them to an outrageous finale in L.A.’s Roxy Theatre, where Cheech performs in a pink tutu and Chong dresses as a large red quaalude. It will make you feel very funny.

  • NEW How Pedro Met the Man: Up In Smoke at 40
  • Audio Commentary by Cheech Marin and director Lou Adler
  • Roach Clips with Optional Commentary (deleted scenes)
  • Lighting It Up: A Look Back at Up In Smoke
  • “Earache My Eye” featuring Alice Bowie: Animated Music Video
  • Cheech & Chong’s “The Man Song”
  • Vintage Radio Spots
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Presented with: English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, French Mono Dolby Digital, Spanish Mono Dolby Digital, Portuguese Mono Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The DVD in the Combo Pack is presented in widescreen enhanced for 16:9 televisions with English 5.1 Dolby Digital, French Mono Dolby Digital, Spanish Mono Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, French, and Spanish subtitles.


BLU-RAY: $16.59

You And Me

Kino Lorber | 1938 | 90 min | Not Rated
Directed by Fritz Lang

One of the earliest and quirkiest Hollywood ventures of groundbreaking filmmaker Fritz Lang (Metropolis, Scarlet Street, Human Desire), You and Me is a romantic comedy-drama that packs a punch of social commentary through the hard-boiled love story of a hard-luck couple. Sylvia Sidney (Fury, You Only Live Once) and George Raft (Spawn of the North, Some Like It Hot) star as two former convicts who find honest work in a department store and love in one another—until a dark secret from the past threatens to drive them apart. With dazzling montages and choral sequences that marry the director’s German Expressionist technique to Kurt Weill’s music, You and Me overflows with sheer cinematic joy. Featuring Barton MacLane, Harry Carey, Roscoe Karns, Robert Cummings and the rich cinematography of Charles Lang (The Big Heat).

  • Brand New 2K Master
  • NEW Audio Commentary by Film Critic and Author Simon Abrams
  • Optional English Subtitles
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