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Our Shoctober Sale Starts Now!
• Over 530 Blu-rays & DVDs - $4.99 & Up!
Free USA Shipping - Orders of $50 or More!


Sale Ends Monday, November 2nd


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Plan to pick up some more great titles at nice prices!
 

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Plan to pick up some more great titles at nice prices!
I thought to myself when I saw the sale being announced that with the Kinos that I've reviewed and the large order I made the last time around, there wouldn't be enough for me to make a purchase. Ended up getting SEVEN items! Couldn't believe it.
 
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Bought eleven great ones! And a couple things I've learned from past Kino Sales.
1) They always seem to include a number of very recently released titles. If any of
those films appeal to you, grab them up! Those sale prices are rarely repeated.
2) Take the time to scroll through the hundred plus pages of their New Releases.
I often find a gem or two that aren't listed as a part of the sale ... titles I'd forgotten
all about.
 

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If anyone finds a disc or a box set from the sale that they are particularly excited about, could you post it? I think that the Audie Murphy 3-movie box set looks good.
 

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If anyone finds a disc or a box set from the sale that they are particularly excited about, could you post it? I think that the Audie Murphy 3-movie box set looks good.

I was quite excited to find the Reginald Denny Collection available.
 
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If anyone finds a disc or a box set from the sale that they are particularly excited about, could you post it? I think that the Audie Murphy 3-movie box set looks good.
These are the ones that caught my eye. I have them all sitting in my cart, as I try to decide whether to pull the trigger, whittle it down, or just pass altogether this time (for budget reasons):

The Premature Burial (Blu-ray) $10.99
Tales of Terror (Blu-ray) $11.99
Lorenzo's Oil (Blu-ray) $9.99
The Queen of Spades (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) $11.99
Pray for the Wildcats (Blu-ray) $8.49
Reginald Denny Collection: The Reckless Age, Skinner's Dress Suit, What Happened to Jones? (Blu-ray) $17.99

I've been upgrading my Roger Corman Poe films from my old DVDs to blu-ray. Pray for the Wildcats is a blind buy -- a TV movie with William Shatner and Andy Griffith sounds like something I need to see. I saw The Queen of Spades a number of years ago at a classic film festival (the late, lamented Syracuse Cinefest) and was very impressed -- highly atmospheric. I also saw Skinner's Dress Suit at a Cinefest and really liked that as well -- very funny and the beautiful Laura LaPlante is great in it (I don't think I've seen the other 2 Dennys). Lorenzo's Oil can be a tough watch (emotionally) but is a fine film and I'd like to see it again -- I have it on laserdisc but if there ever was a decent region 1 or 0 DVD of this I never got it.
 

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19 this time and I'm probably double dipping before the sale is over (payday this week): 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Hell Bent, Reginald Denny Collection, The Shakedown, Love Me Tonight, Alice in Wonderland, The Eagle and the Hawk, The Sign of the Cross, Easy Living, Dr. Cyclops, Five Graves to Cairo, A Foreign Affair, The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend, The Premature Burial, Tales of Terror, The Knack and How to Get It, Let's Kill Uncle, Madhouse, and The Grey Fox. All blind buys except for Five Graves to Cairo

Currently sitting at Kino Lorber being the second largest label in my collection (only surpassed by Criterion).
 
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Coming February 9th!

Man of the East (1972)
• NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker Alex Cox
• Theatrical Trailer
• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
• Optional English Subtitles

Color 125 Minutes 2.35:1 Rated PG
From Enzo Barboni (under pseudonym E.B. Clucher), the acclaimed director of The Unholy Four, They Call Me Trinity, Trinity Is Still My Name and Crime Busters, comes this classic western-comedy starring screen icon Terence Hill (My Name Is Nobody). To claim his father’s ranch, Sir Thomas Fitzpatrick Phillip Moore (Hill) has come to the west. Unbeknownst to him, his father’s dying wish was that his friends and fellow highwaymen teach the lad how to be a real man. Abiding by his last request, the three remaining members of his troupe, Bull (Gregory Walcott, The Eiger Sanction), Monkey (Dominic Barto, Charleston) and Holy Joe (Harry Carey Jr., Cherry 2000), are set for a lofty challenge. Thomas is as green as they come and prefers bicycles and poetry over horses and guns. Ill-equipped to deal with his new surroundings, he finally knuckles down when a whirlwind romance forces him to take action against a jealous town marshal.

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These are the ones that caught my eye. I have them all sitting in my cart, as I try to decide whether to pull the trigger, whittle it down, or just pass altogether this time (for budget reasons):

The Premature Burial (Blu-ray) $10.99
Tales of Terror (Blu-ray) $11.99
Lorenzo's Oil (Blu-ray) $9.99
The Queen of Spades (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) $11.99
Pray for the Wildcats (Blu-ray) $8.49
Reginald Denny Collection: The Reckless Age, Skinner's Dress Suit, What Happened to Jones? (Blu-ray) $17.99

I've been upgrading my Roger Corman Poe films from my old DVDs to blu-ray. Pray for the Wildcats is a blind buy -- a TV movie with William Shatner and Andy Griffith sounds like something I need to see. I saw The Queen of Spades a number of years ago at a classic film festival (the late, lamented Syracuse Cinefest) and was very impressed -- highly atmospheric. I also saw Skinner's Dress Suit at a Cinefest and really liked that as well -- very funny and the beautiful Laura LaPlante is great in it (I don't think I've seen the other 2 Dennys). Lorenzo's Oil can be a tough watch (emotionally) but is a fine film and I'd like to see it again -- I have it on laserdisc but if there ever was a decent region 1 or 0 DVD of this I never got it.
It might be a good idea to grab the Reginald Denny Collection. Based on previous experience, I doubt that this sale price will be repeated.
 

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Wow. I haven't seen MAN OF THE EAST since I caught it at my neighborhood theater when United Artists released it in the U.S. in 1974.
 

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Coming February 9th!

Man of the East (1972)
• NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker Alex Cox
• Theatrical Trailer
• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
• Optional English Subtitles

Color 125 Minutes 2.35:1 Rated PG
From Enzo Barboni (under pseudonym E.B. Clucher), the acclaimed director of The Unholy Four, They Call Me Trinity, Trinity Is Still My Name and Crime Busters, comes this classic western-comedy starring screen icon Terence Hill (My Name Is Nobody). To claim his father’s ranch, Sir Thomas Fitzpatrick Phillip Moore (Hill) has come to the west. Unbeknownst to him, his father’s dying wish was that his friends and fellow highwaymen teach the lad how to be a real man. Abiding by his last request, the three remaining members of his troupe, Bull (Gregory Walcott, The Eiger Sanction), Monkey (Dominic Barto, Charleston) and Holy Joe (Harry Carey Jr., Cherry 2000), are set for a lofty challenge. Thomas is as green as they come and prefers bicycles and poetry over horses and guns. Ill-equipped to deal with his new surroundings, he finally knuckles down when a whirlwind romance forces him to take action against a jealous town marshal.

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Will this be English only or will the Italian track be included?

Fun fact: I watched this recently on cable and realized that all that train footage in the opening credits and thereafter is B-roll from SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHTER. I wish I'd known this before I did the commentary!
 

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