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The Barefoot Contessa (1954)

When I’m not looking at all kinds of geeky media on this blog, I’m co-running my website Set The Tape, on which I now and then publish content. 437 more words

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Michael (1924) | Carl Th. Dreyer’s bittersweet silent classic gets a luminous 2K restoration

From Eureka Entertainment comes the 2K restoration of Micheal from multi award-winning director Carl Th. Dreyer (Vampyr) as a world exclusive on Blu-ray from 12 February 2018. 446 more words

World Cinema

The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970) | Billy Wilder's melancholic celebration of Conan Doyle's great detective gets a first-time Blu-ray release

From Eureka Entertainment comes Billy Wilder’s underrated 1970 adventure comedy The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, as part of The Masters of Cinemas Series on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK. 282 more words

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Dragon Inn (1967)

Another  great release from Eureka Entertainment (f*ck cri*terion).

The film itself is a pure delight, with fights, suspense and amazing visual style. Slightly different than the widely distributed (VOD included) ‘Come drink with me’ . 17 more words

Film

The Vikings (1958) | This rip-roaring adventure is an epic must-see – and could have influenced Game of Thrones

One of the big hits of the 1950s, The Vikings, starring Kirk Douglas and Tony Curtis, gets its first time Blu-ray release from Eureka Entertainment, as part of the Eureka Classics range. 481 more words

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Destiny (Der müde Tod) (1921) | Fritz Lang’s expressionist fable of life… and death gets a definitive restored release

Before dazzling audiences with Metropolis, M, and Spione, German director Fritz Lang dabbled with bending cinematic conventions in his 1921 German folksong in six verses, … 344 more words

World Cinema

A Time to Love and a Time to Die (1958) | Douglas Sirk ditches the melodrama to make an anti-war epic


During the last days of World War Two, a young German soldier (John Gavin) stationed on the Eastern Front becomes bitterly disillusioned with the war and the Nazi ’cause’ when he returns to his village, finding his love destroyed and his parents missing. 191 more words

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