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Charles Bronson reteams with St. Ives and 10 to Midnight director J. Lee Thompson for a gritty and

gripping L.A.-based thriller about a veteran cop framed for murder by a serial killer he jailed.



MURPHY’S LAW


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“For Bronson’s Murphy, far more goes right than wrong…Might and right prevail, but not before nigh on a dozen reasonably inventive killings.”

Time Out New York



“A very violent urban crime meller…too filled with extreme incident to be boring.”

Variety


The sixth collaboration between legendary star Charles Bronson and director J. Lee Thompson, Murphy’s Law (1986) features Bronson as a hardboiled LAPD cop framed for murder by Joan Freeman (Carrie Snodgress), a vicious ex-con he originally put in prison. Going on the run – handcuffed to a foul-mouthed petty thief (Kathleen Wilhoite) – he attempts to track down Freeman even as she keeps killing his associates.


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The iconic workplace comedy now triumphantly brings its enduringly topical funny business to glorious hi-def as office mates Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and film-debuting Dolly Parton turn the tables on chauvinist boss Dabney Coleman and strike a hilarious blow for labor and laughter.

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RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2016


“A gleefully antiestablishment comedy that became a mainstream blockbuster…a perfectly plotted paean to overworked, underestimated, sexually harassed secretaries.” – Jennifer Armstrong, Entertainment Weekly



“A screwball spin on second-wave feminism…The cast is phenomenal…its approximation of real offices and real misogyny make the wackiness all the more welcome.” – Eric Thurm, A.V. Club


9 to 5 (1980), written by Patricia Resnick and director Colin Higgins, is an of-the-moment social comedy with enduring ramifications, focusing on the trials and tribulations of three working women, fabulously played by Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton (making her extraordinary movie debut). Suffering under the world’s worst – and most sexist – boss (Dabney Coleman), the trio live out their madcap fantasies of revenge and ultimate triumph, proving themselves magnificently in the process.


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The rip-roaring action favorite ramrods onto hard-hitting hi-def Blu-ray as cop-turned-secret agent Fred Ward and martial-arts master mentor Joel Grey bring dynamic duo teamwork to the fight against global industrial fat cats out to bring America to its knees.

REMO WILLIAMS

THE ADVENTURE BEGINS…




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“A slam-bang action-adventure loaded with surprises…it sends itself up hilariously…has some of the funniest, brightest dialogue heard on screen all year.” – Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times



“An above-average thriller, offering a fresh hero based on ‘The Destroyer’ series of novels. A lot of fun…it is Grey’s performance that gives the film most of its charm.” TV Guide



Fred Ward (The Right Stuff) stars in Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins… (1985) as the titular hero, a New York City cop shanghaied and given a new face and identity as an international secret agent. Trained by a meticulous martial arts expert (played by a nearly unrecognizable but amusing Joel Grey), he is sent to battle an evil arms manufacturer (Charles Cioffi). A kind of down-market spoof of the James Bond films, it’s directed by Bond veteran Guy Hamilton (Goldfinger, The Spy Who Loved Me) and features a score by Craig Safan, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track, plus an array of new Special Features produced by Daniel Griffith of Ballyhoo Motion Pictures.


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Hope TT will include the BACKSTORY episode for HUSH, HUSH, it's a Fox property and thus a potential bonus feature.
 

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From Ken Follett’s best-seller comes a suspenseful World War II thriller with Donald Sutherland as a fugitive German agent and Kate Nelligan as the resilient woman standing in the way of his mission, all-new on glistening Blu-ray with its ravishing Miklós Rózsa score on an Isolated Track.



EYE OF THE NEEDLE


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“An ambitious, energetic thriller…and an extremely well-acted one. Suspenseful all the way…the story balances beautifully between romance and intrigue.”

– Janet Maslin, The New York Times



“Made with quiet competence, it will remind some viewers of the Hitchcock who made The Thirty-Nine Steps and Foreign Correspondent. Effective…deliberate… complex.” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times


Based on Ken Follett’s best-seller, Eye of the Needle (1981) is a moody thriller set during the waning days of World War II and focusing on a ruthless Nazi spy (Donald Sutherland) operating covertly in England. Discovering vital information about the upcoming D-Day invasion, he plots a return to Germany, only to be stranded on an island off the coast of Scotland; there, his icy resolve is disturbed by an unexpected relationship with a woman (Kate Nelligan) living in isolation with her bitter disabled husband (Christopher Cazenove). Directed by Richard Marquand (Return of the Jedi), and featuring a superlative score by the legendary Miklós Rózsa, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track.



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Good! I'm very pleased. This is an excellent film and the DVD is non-anamorphic. This is an essential and automatic upgrade.
 

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An earthy and invigorating period piece from the early years of director Martin Scorsese’s

five decades of memorable moviemaking finally rumbles onto hi-def Blu-ray!



BOXCAR BERTHA

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RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2016


“A weirdly interesting movie…Director Martin Scorsese has gone for mood and atmosphere…We get the feeling we’re inhabiting the dark night of a soul.” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times



“An interesting surprise…thoughtful, ironic…beautifully directed by Martin Scorsese, who really comes into his own here.”

– Howard Thompson, The New York Times



A would-be Roger Corman/AIP exploitation film, Boxcar Bertha (1972) takes on additional layers of meaning thanks to its youthful director, the just-then-emerging Martin Scorsese. Barbara Hershey and David Carradine star as a pair of doomed lovers in the Depression-era American South, turning to train robbery and life on the run. Barry Primus, Bernie Casey, and John Carradine also star.


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Debuting on hi-def Blu-ray in a new Sony Pictures 4K restoration transfer: the explosive, star-packed saga of the effect a prison break has on a corrupt Texas town, conjured by legendary talents – director Arthur Penn, producer Sam Spiegel and screenwriter Lillian Hellman.


THE CHASE



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RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2016


“Fascinating soap opera of hatred and lawlessness…a tense and violent thriller. Marlon Brando heads a terrific cast…The Panavision cinematography is dazzling and John Barry’s nervous western score combines with it to give The Chase a look and feel of its own.” – Glenn Erickson, DVDtalk.com



“It does manage to weave a credible pattern out of the tangled loyalties and enmities, which Penn’s direction takes by the scruff and shakes into a firework display of controlled violence. Terrific performances, too.”

– Tom Milne, Time Out Film Guide



The Chase (1966) is all-star in every department, with Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde) directing from a Lillian Hellman adaptation of a Horton Foote play, and a cast including the sterling likes of Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, Robert Redford, E.G. Marshall, Angie Dickinson, Janice Rule, Robert Duvall, and James Fox. The film focuses on a small, corrupt Texas town where a prison break exposes local secrets, lies, and violence. Also featuring an astonishing John Barry score, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track.


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From the director and star of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? comes a chilling tale of ghastly family secrets and mint-julep madness to make Halloween season a sparkling hi-def horror show.



HUSH…HUSH,

SWEET CHARLOTTE


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“Aldrich and Davis retreading the territory charted in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Over the top, of course…but it's efficiently directed, beautifully shot (Joseph Biroc), and contains enough scary sequences amid the brooding, tense atmosphere.” Time Out London



“A rutty little bayou potboiler in tradition-of-quality drag…Director Aldrich’s work on Baby Jane was already a study in hysteria, and his style for Charlotte is, if anything, even more ornate.” – Eric Henderson, Slant Magazine



Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) finds director Robert Aldrich and star Bette Davis in fine Gothic form, following up on their smash-hit What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962). Here Davis plays a mad if wealthy old bat who, rumor has it, brutally murdered her married lover some decades earlier. When her decaying plantation house is threatened with demolition, she calls on a poor cousin (Olivia de Havilland) for help, a decision she soon begins to regret. Also starring Joseph Cotten, Agnes Moorehead, and Mary Astor.


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Speeding your way on the Twilight Time hi-def Blu-ray express: Director Andrei Konchalovsky’s burly, brutal modern-day action classic starring Jon Voight, Eric Roberts and Rebecca De Mornay.



Runaway Train



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“Konchalovsky has given the story the kind of wildness and passion it requires; this isn’t a high-tech Hollywood adventure movie, but a raw saga that works close to the floor.” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times



“The surprise is that Konchalovsky has taken such an obviously pat formula (from an original screenplay by Kurosawa) and made it work remarkably well…A breakneck ride to the end of the line. And Voight has finally found his niche…playing to the hilt a hideous, raving beast.” Time Out New York



Director Andrei Konchalovsky’s Runaway Train (1985) – based on a story by the legendary Akira Kurosawa – is a terrifying thrill ride about a pair of convicts (Jon Voight, Eric Roberts) who, after a brutal prison break, make their escape on the titular train. Then the engineer has a heart attack and the brakes go out – and all bets are off. Both Voight and Roberts were nominated for Academy Awards® for their superlative performances.


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Barreling down the track again following its initial sold-out release! Burt Lancaster and Paul Scofield are implacable foes battling for possession of pillaged French art in director John Frankenheimer’s classic World War II action thriller, available again in dazzling 1080p hi-def.

THE TRAIN



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“A vivid melodrama through which Mr. Lancaster bolts with all that straight, strong, American sporting instinct and physical agility for which he is famous…a beautiful, hissing tangle.” – Bosley Crowther, The New York Times



“A colorful, big-scale adventure opus…it is the trains themselves and some bangup special effects of bombing attacks and accidents that give the pic its main points.” Variety



“A rattling good thriller…an almost hypnotic fascination.” Time Out London



John Frankenheimer’s cracking adventure thriller, The Train (1964), stars the one and only Burt Lancaster as a workaday World War II-era French trainman charged with ensuring that a cargo of irreplaceable French art – the pride and heritage of his nation – is not allowed to leave France, despite the machinations of a Nazi officer (the superb Paul Scofield), determined to steal these great works for Germany. Also starring Jeanne Moreau and Michel Simon, and featuring compelling black-and-white cinematography by Jean Tournier and Walter Wottitz and a thrilling score by Maurice Jarre, The Train is one of the icons of Sixties cinema.


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Debuting on hi-def Blu-ray in a new Sony Pictures 4K restoration transfer: the explosive, star-packed saga of the effect a prison break has on a corrupt Texas town, conjured by legendary talents – director Arthur Penn, producer Sam Spiegel and screenwriter Lillian Hellman.


THE CHASE



Limited Edition BLU-RAY Release

Only 3,000 units available at www.twilighttimemovies.com & www.screenarchives.com

Once they are gone – they are gone!


RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2016


“Fascinating soap opera of hatred and lawlessness…a tense and violent thriller. Marlon Brando heads a terrific cast…The Panavision cinematography is dazzling and John Barry’s nervous western score combines with it to give The Chase a look and feel of its own.” – Glenn Erickson, DVDtalk.com



“It does manage to weave a credible pattern out of the tangled loyalties and enmities, which Penn’s direction takes by the scruff and shakes into a firework display of controlled violence. Terrific performances, too.”

– Tom Milne, Time Out Film Guide



The Chase (1966) is all-star in every department, with Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde) directing from a Lillian Hellman adaptation of a Horton Foote play, and a cast including the sterling likes of Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, Robert Redford, E.G. Marshall, Angie Dickinson, Janice Rule, Robert Duvall, and James Fox. The film focuses on a small, corrupt Texas town where a prison break exposes local secrets, lies, and violence. Also featuring an astonishing John Barry score, available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track.


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Any information on the bullet train? It's not up for preorder with the other oct 11 releases.
 

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