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Sydney Pollack's Three Days of the Condor set for first UK video release

Eureka Entertainment have announced a dual format edition of Sydney Pollack’s spy thriller Three Days of the Condor, starring Robert Redford, Faye Dunaway, Cliff Robertson and Max von Sydow. 103 more words


Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964) | Holy spacemen! The futuristic castaway sci-fi crash-lands on Blu-ray

Out on Blu-ray and DVD for the first time in the UK comes the colourful, cartoony 1964 sci-fi adventure Robinson Crusoe on Mars.

While following Daniel Defoe’s classic castaway novel, this Boy’s Own adventure transports its hero into outer space. 363 more words


The Skull (1965) | The eerie Amicus curio weaves its hypnotic power on Blu-ray

Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee unite in the doom-laden 1965 British supernatural shocker, The Skull, which gets a first-time HD restoration in the UK. 414 more words


Faccia a Faccia (1967) | Sergio Sollima's gripping cult worthy Western saga

Director Sergio Sollima’s Western saga Faccia a Faccia (1967) casts Gian Maria Volonté as a tubercular Boston history professor who unexpectedly falls in with a Texan bandit gang led by… 169 more words

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Eureka Entertainment to Release The Man Who Could Cheat Death this September

The classic 1959 Hammer film THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH is getting the special DVD/Blu-ray treatment from Eureka Entertainment. THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH is directed by Terence Fisher, is written by Jimmy Sangster, and stars Christopher Lee, Anton Diffring, Hazel Court, Arnold Marlé, Delphi Lawrence, and Francis De Wolff. 395 more words

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Quad poster revealed for Alex Ross Perry's Listen Up Philip

Eureka Entertainment have released the quad poster for Listen Up Philip, the new comedy from director Alex Ross Perry. 101 more words

Blu-ray Review: Two for the Road

Starring: Albert Finney, Audrey Hepburn, Eleanor Bron
Director: Stanley Donen
Rating: 8/10

Despite the gritty presence of Albert Finney, Two for the Road (1967) is a film that feels cocooned from everyday life, with its gem-like Technicolor, its lush Henry Mancini score and its clothes by Mary Quant and Paco Rabanne. 475 more words