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Old 25th January 2021, 06:12 PM
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'Absence Of Malice' (1981) - Pre-order available from the Australian Umbrella Films direct for Bu-Ray - A$ 29.95 and DVD = A$ 19.95

Release date: February 17

"In America, can a man be guilty until proven innocent? Suppose you picked up this morning's newspaper and your life was a front page headline ... and everything you said was accurate but not true. This is the dilemma that must be faced in this timely drama about the incredible power of the press.

Michael Gallagher (Newman) reads in the paper that he is the subject of a criminal investigation. Suddenly everything he has ever worked for is in jeopardy. He confronts the author, Megan Carter (Field), a relentless investigative reported. Together they learn that the story was purposely leaked to Carter as part of a plot by the chief investigator.

Gallagher's life hangs in the balance as he and Carter try to uncover the truth."


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  • The Story Behind Absence of Malice
  • Deleted Scene
  • Theatrical Trailer

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Old 30th January 2021, 06:06 AM
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'RADIO ON' (1979) - Coming later this year from Fun City Editions

“Later this year, look for a U.S. theatrical engagement and the Blu-ray premiere of Christopher Petit's RADIO ON (1979), regarded as THE British road movie, with tunes by Bowie, Kraftwerk, Devo, Ian Dury, Robert Fripp and more!

This is a brand-new BFI 4K restoration from the original negative so that stark black and white cinematography by frequent Wenders collaborator Martin Schäfer will truly sparkle.

We're thrilled to be bringing this under-the-radar classic to a wider audience in the States.”


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Old 1st February 2021, 09:19 AM
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'Cannibal Hookers' (2019) - Coming soon to Blu-Ray from Culture Shock Releasing

"Donald Farmer and Caroline Kopko ‘s re-imagining of the 1987 Donald Farmer classic. Starring Jessa Flux, Kasper, and Cacia Rose. We have a special bundle for this release that we will announce when everything is ready for that"

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'Cannibal Hookers' (2019) - Coming soon to Blu-Ray from Culture Shock Releasing

"Donald Farmer and Caroline Kopko ‘s re-imagining of the 1987 Donald Farmer classic. Starring Jessa Flux, Kasper, and Cacia Rose. We have a special bundle for this release that we will announce when everything is ready for that"

Anybody know what Cannibal Hookers is about?
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Old 1st February 2021, 12:35 PM
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'RADIO ON' (1979) - Coming later this year from Fun City Editions

“Later this year, look for a U.S. theatrical engagement and the Blu-ray premiere of Christopher Petit's RADIO ON (1979), regarded as THE British road movie, with tunes by Bowie, Kraftwerk, Devo, Ian Dury, Robert Fripp and more!

This is a brand-new BFI 4K restoration from the original negative so that stark black and white cinematography by frequent Wenders collaborator Martin Schäfer will truly sparkle.

We're thrilled to be bringing this under-the-radar classic to a wider audience in the States.”


This is also getting a UK release from the BFI.
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Old 1st February 2021, 12:36 PM
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Anybody know what Cannibal Hookers is about?
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It's a philosophical piece, a nuanced contemplation about the existential nature of being and the self-destructive patterns of hyper-masculine culture.
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It's a philosophical piece, a nuanced contemplation about the existential nature of being and the self-destructive patterns of hyper-masculine culture.
According to Ruggero Deodato.
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According to Ruggero Deodato.
Nah, he said it was just tits and blood.
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Old 1st February 2021, 09:31 PM
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Not a film, but rather a new label

"Error 4444 are an upcoming American genre label focused on Asian horror/exploitation. Their plan is to bring Asian cinema to the Blu-ray format for the very first time, featuring new restorations overseen by the filmmakers and releasing the films in limited collector’s edition packaging. They already have rights to a rare Japanese Sci-Fi/Horror film and are working on many more!"

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