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Old 12th November 2020, 04:08 AM
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Now this excites the Demon greatly
I highly recommend the Arrow release. Even the single disc release is loaded with extras.
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Old 12th November 2020, 07:33 PM
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'RUNAWAY TRAIN' (1985)

Release date: March 16th

"Tearing up the tracks at 100 miles-per-hour, Runaway Train features hair-raising footage and spectacular Oscar-nominated performances by Jon Voight (Coming Home, Deliverance) and Eric Roberts (Star 80, Raggedy Man). Manny (Voight) is the toughest convict in a remote Alaskan prison who, along with fellow inmate Buck (Roberts), makes a daring breakout. Hopping a freight train, they head full-steam for freedom, but when the engineer dies of a heart attack, they find themselves trapped, alone and speeding towards certain disaster. Until they discover a third passenger, beautiful railroad worker Sara (Rebecca De Mornay, Risky Business, The Trip to Bountiful), who’s just as desperate and just as determined to survive as they are. Beautifully shot by Alan Hume (For Your Eyes Only), with top-notch direction by Andrei Konchalovsky (Siberiade, Tango & Cash) and based on a screenplay by the legendary Akira Kurosawa (The Seven Samurai, Yojimbo). Co-starring John P. Ryan (Cops and Robbers, Avenging Force) and Kenneth McMillan (True Confessions, Ragtime). Nominated for three Oscars, including Best Actor in a Leading Role (Voight), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Roberts) and Best Film Editing (Henry Richardson)"

Special features and specs:
  • Brand New 2K Master
  • Audio Commentary with Co-Star Eric Roberts, and Film Historians David Del Valle and C. Courtney Joyner
  • TRAILERS FROM HELL with Rod Lurie
  • Limited Edition Slipcase
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
  • Optional English Subtitles
  • Color
  • 111 Minutes
  • 1.85:1
  • Rated R

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Old 12th November 2020, 08:39 PM
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Nice, brand new master. Is the Arrow transfer ok?
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Old 16th November 2020, 06:49 AM
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'Positive I.D.' (1986)

Release date: March 16th

"Positive I.D. is a chilling, offbeat thriller that takes a dark and macabre look into the mind of an obsessed woman. A year after she was raped, housewife Julie Kenner (Stephanie Rascoe) still can’t shake the horror of the attack. Her deteriorating mental state only worsens when she learns her attacker will soon be free on parole. Determined to get her revenge, the former model mother devises a unique and fascinating scheme. Using legal loopholes, she methodically creates a totally new identity: sultry barfly Bobbie King, who will be the perfect bait for her attacker. She soon discovers, however, that the thin line which separates her real life from her fantasy personality is slowly being erased. The result is a striking, unforgettable journey into the world of the strange and bizarre that reveals the shocking truth about one victim’s quest for revenge. Written and directed by Andy Anderson (Detention) and co-starring John S. Davies (RoboCop) and Lauren Lane (C.C. Babcock of TV’s The Nanny)."
  • Audio Commentary by Entertainment Journalist and Author Bryan Reesman
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
  • Optional English Subtitles
  • Color
  • 95 Minutes
  • 1.66:1
  • Rated R

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Old 16th November 2020, 02:04 PM
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'RUNAWAY TRAIN' (1985)

Release date: March 16th

"Tearing up the tracks at 100 miles-per-hour, Runaway Train features hair-raising footage and spectacular Oscar-nominated performances by Jon Voight (Coming Home, Deliverance) and Eric Roberts (Star 80, Raggedy Man). Manny (Voight) is the toughest convict in a remote Alaskan prison who, along with fellow inmate Buck (Roberts), makes a daring breakout. Hopping a freight train, they head full-steam for freedom, but when the engineer dies of a heart attack, they find themselves trapped, alone and speeding towards certain disaster. Until they discover a third passenger, beautiful railroad worker Sara (Rebecca De Mornay, Risky Business, The Trip to Bountiful), who’s just as desperate and just as determined to survive as they are. Beautifully shot by Alan Hume (For Your Eyes Only), with top-notch direction by Andrei Konchalovsky (Siberiade, Tango & Cash) and based on a screenplay by the legendary Akira Kurosawa (The Seven Samurai, Yojimbo). Co-starring John P. Ryan (Cops and Robbers, Avenging Force) and Kenneth McMillan (True Confessions, Ragtime). Nominated for three Oscars, including Best Actor in a Leading Role (Voight), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Roberts) and Best Film Editing (Henry Richardson)"

Special features and specs:
  • Brand New 2K Master
  • Audio Commentary with Co-Star Eric Roberts, and Film Historians David Del Valle and C. Courtney Joyner
  • TRAILERS FROM HELL with Rod Lurie
  • Limited Edition Slipcase
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
  • Optional English Subtitles
  • Color
  • 111 Minutes
  • 1.85:1
  • Rated R

A film Ive always found to be good for insomnia.
VASTLY overrated.
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Old 16th November 2020, 08:45 PM
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Old 17th November 2020, 02:33 AM
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A film Ive always found to be good for insomnia.
VASTLY overrated.
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Old 20th November 2020, 11:56 AM
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'Crossed Swords' (1977) [aka The Prince and the Pauper] - Coming to Blu-Ray and DVD from Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Release date: March 23rd

"From Richard Fleischer, the outstanding director of Armored Car Robbery, The Vikings, The New Centurions and The Don Is Dead, comes this swashbuckling adventure-comedy starring Oliver Reed (The Hunting Party), Raquel Welch (One Million Years B.C.), Mark Lester (Sudden Terror), Ernest Borgnine (Marty), George C. Scott (They Might Be Giants), Rex Harrison (Midnight Lace), Charlton Heston (The War Lord), David Hemmings (Juggernaut), Harry Andrews (The Internecine Project), Felicity Dean (The Whistle Blower) and Sybil Danning (Nightkill)

Crossed Swords is a dazzling action film adapted from Mark Twain’s classic The Prince and the Pauper. Tom (Lester), a poor commoner, accidentally meets Edward, Prince of Wales (also Lester), and they are struck by their similarity of appearance. After switching clothes as a practical joke, they are unexpectedly separated and forced to take on the other’s life. Everything goes completely haywire when the King suddenly dies, leaving Tom to inherit the throne while Edward must convince the people that he is really the new King of England."


Blu-Ray special features:
• Brand New 4K Restoration – Original Camera Negative
• NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger, Steve Mitchell and Nathaniel Thompson
• NEW Interview with Star Mark Lester
• Includes the 121-Minute International Cut (SD)
• Theatrical Trailer
• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
• Optional English Subtitles (Both Cuts)
Color 113 Minutes 2.35:1 Rated PG

DVD special features:
• 121-Minute International Cut
• NEW Interview with Star Mark Lester
• Theatrical Trailer
• Optional English Subtitles

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Old 20th November 2020, 01:44 PM
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'Crossed Swords' (1977) [aka The Prince and the Pauper] - Coming to Blu-Ray and DVD from Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Release date: March 23rd

"From Richard Fleischer, the outstanding director of Armored Car Robbery, The Vikings, The New Centurions and The Don Is Dead, comes this swashbuckling adventure-comedy starring Oliver Reed (The Hunting Party), Raquel Welch (One Million Years B.C.), Mark Lester (Sudden Terror), Ernest Borgnine (Marty), George C. Scott (They Might Be Giants), Rex Harrison (Midnight Lace), Charlton Heston (The War Lord), David Hemmings (Juggernaut), Harry Andrews (The Internecine Project), Felicity Dean (The Whistle Blower) and Sybil Danning (Nightkill)

Crossed Swords is a dazzling action film adapted from Mark Twain’s classic The Prince and the Pauper. Tom (Lester), a poor commoner, accidentally meets Edward, Prince of Wales (also Lester), and they are struck by their similarity of appearance. After switching clothes as a practical joke, they are unexpectedly separated and forced to take on the other’s life. Everything goes completely haywire when the King suddenly dies, leaving Tom to inherit the throne while Edward must convince the people that he is really the new King of England."


Blu-Ray special features:
• Brand New 4K Restoration – Original Camera Negative
• NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historians Howard S. Berger, Steve Mitchell and Nathaniel Thompson
• NEW Interview with Star Mark Lester
• Includes the 121-Minute International Cut (SD)
• Theatrical Trailer
• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
• Optional English Subtitles (Both Cuts)
Color 113 Minutes 2.35:1 Rated PG

DVD special features:
• 121-Minute International Cut
• NEW Interview with Star Mark Lester
• Theatrical Trailer
• Optional English Subtitles

Haven't seen this since 2011 when Film4 showed it on a Saturday afternoon and enjoyed it
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