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Old 20th August 2020, 10:48 AM
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Quick question, have just pre ordered the noir set for november, is money taken straight away or when dispatched?
Straight away, if my last order is anything to go by
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Old 20th August 2020, 11:42 AM
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I was hoping that Powerhouse/Indicator would've announced Dracula today. So this probably means that Dracula has been pushed back to either December or maybe next year, 2021, or quite possibly 2022 with all this COVID fearmongering going on.

It could be quite a wait. Michael Brooke, over to you. Though I know you can't say much about future Indicator releases.
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I was hoping that Powerhouse/Indicator would've announced Dracula today. So this probably means that Dracula has been pushed back to either December or maybe next year, 2021, or quite possibly 2022 with all this COVID fearmongering going on.

It could be quite a wait. Michael Brooke, over to you. Though I know you can't say much about future Indicator releases.
Lol! I must have been in the dark! What Dracula (or set) is rumoured to be coming out?
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Old 20th August 2020, 02:26 PM
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Lol! I must have been in the dark! What Dracula (or set) is rumoured to be coming out?
1979 version starring Langella
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Old 20th August 2020, 02:32 PM
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Lol! I must have been in the dark! What Dracula (or set) is rumoured to be coming out?
Dracula 1979. Made by Universal, but the main actor, Frank Langella, played Count Dracula very successfully on the stage before the film was made. Though the film takes elements from Stoker's novel and creates a rather romanticised vision of the Dracula tale. I do prefer Langella to Lee, somewhat controversial, but he's flipping great as Count Dracula. The film did have a Shout Factory release last year. Very good presentation with both colour and Badham's altered version.
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Old 20th August 2020, 02:36 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Es3UtW5aXM

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Old 20th August 2020, 03:48 PM
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Anyone else notice that the Fu set ends at spine #205 and the Noir set starts at #300?

I wonder why...?
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Old 20th August 2020, 05:03 PM
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'Columbia Noir #1' - Limited Blu-ray Edition (4 x UK & 2 x World Blu-ray premieres). Pre-order available from Powerhouse Films direct - £49:99

Release date: November 16

Titles:
  • ESCAPE IN THE FOG (Budd Boetticher, 1945)
  • THE UNDERCOVER MAN (Joseph H Lewis, 1949)
  • DRIVE A CROOKED ROAD (Richard Quine, 1954)
  • 5 AGAINST THE HOUSE (Phil Karlson, 1955)
  • THE GARMENT JUNGLE (Vincent Sherman and Robert Aldrich, 1957)
  • THE LINEUP (Don Siegel, 1958)

"Six tough, no-nonsense noirs from six of the genre’s toughest, no-nonsense directors: Budd Boetticher’s Escape in the Fog, in which a nurse and a war veteran take on Nazi spies in San Francisco; Joseph H Lewis’ The Undercover Man, inspired by the real-life case against Al Capone; Richard Quine’s Drive a Crooked Road, which finds Mickey Rooney moving away from comedies and musicals to a tougher persona; Phil Karlson’s 5 Against the House, starring Kim Novak as a nightclub singer embroiled in a casino heist; Vincent Sherman’s The Garment Jungle, from which Kiss Me Deadly director Robert Aldrich was famously fired; and Don Siegel’s police procedural The Lineup, based on the radio and television series, and as brutal a film as he ever made.

All six films are presented for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK, with The Undercover Man and Drive a Crooked Road making their world Blu-ray premieres. This stunning collection also boasts a 120-page book, and is strictly limited to 6,000 numbered units."


INDICATOR LIMITED BLU-RAY EDITION BOX SET SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • 2K restorations of Escape in the Fog, The Undercover Man and The Garment Jungle
  • High Definition presentations of Drive a Crooked Road, 5 Against the House and The Lineup
  • Original mono soundtracks
  • Audio commentary with film historian Pamela Hutchinson on Escape in the Fog (2020)
  • Audio commentary with writer and film programmer Tony Rayns on The Undercover Man (2020)
  • Audio commentary with critic Nick Pinkerton on Drive a Crooked Road (2020)
  • Audio commentary with critic David Jenkins on 5 Against the House (2020)
  • Audio commentary with film historian Kevin Lyons on The Garment Jungle (2020)
  • Audio commentary with author James Ellroy and the Film Noir Foundation’s Eddie Muller on The Lineup (2009)
  • Audio commentary with film historian David Del Valle and author and screenwriter C Courtney Joyner on The Lineup (2020)
  • Introduction to Drive a Crooked Road by Martin Scorsese (2014)
  • It’s a Jungle Out There (2007): archival interview with actor Robert Loggia conducted after a screening of The Garment Jungle
  • Appreciation of The Garment Jungle by Tony Rayns (2020)
  • The Influence of Noir (2009): appreciation of The Lineup by filmmaker Christopher Nolan
  • Two episodes of The Lineup radio series: The Candy Store Murder (1950), written by Blake Edwards and Richard Quine; and The Case of Frankie and Joyce (1951)
  • Screen Snapshots: Mickey Rooney, Then and Now (1953): Columbia Pictures promotional short featuring the famed performer looking back at his series of Mickey Maguire comedies
  • Man on a Bus (1955): short film directed by Joseph H Lewis for the United Jewish Appeal, featuring a star-studded cast, including Walter Brennan, Broderick Crawford, Lassie, and Ruth Roman, and presented in High Definition
  • Original theatrical trailers for Drive a Crooked Road, 5 Against the House, The Garment Jungle and The Lineup
  • The Lineup trailer commentary: short critical appreciation by A History of Violence screenwriter Josh Olson
  • Image galleries: promotional and publicity materials
  • New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
  • Limited edition exclusive 120-page book with new essays by Iris Veysey, Paul Duane, Jill Blake, Wheeler Winston Dixon, Nathalie Morris, and Sergio Angelini; archival interview extracts with Budd Boetticher, Joseph H Lewis, Phil Karlson, and Robert Aldrich; extracts from the autobiographies of Don Siegel and Vincent Sherman; and film credits
  • World and UK premieres on Blu-ray
  • Limited edition box set of 6,000 numbered units
  • MORE EXTRAS TO BE ANNOUNCED
  • All extras subject to change

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Released 14/12/2020
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Old 17th September 2020, 02:57 PM
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Released 14/12/2020
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I'm not sure I like Road Games enough to have a LE. It's been over 30 years since I last saw it. But Indicator LEs are so nice, just the thought of holding it makes me want it

Damn, hate those marketing guys...
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