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Coming 2021!

Brand New 2K Restorations!

The Screaming Woman (1972)
Starring Olivia de Havilland, Ed Nelson, Joseph Cotten, Walter Pidgeon, Laraine Stephens, Charles Robinson, Alexandra Hay, Lonny Chapman & Charles Drake – Shot by Oscar Winner Sam Leavitt (The Defiant Ones, Cape Fear) – Music by Legendary Composer John Williams (Jaws, Star Wars) – Teleplay by Merwin Gerard (The Victim, The Longest Night) – Based on a Short Story by Ray Bradbury (Fahrenheit 451, Something Wicked This Way Comes) – Directed by Jack Smight (Harper, No Way to Treat a Lady).
The Victim (1972) Starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Eileen Heckart, George Maharis, Sue Ann Langdon, Jess Walton, Richard Derr & Ross Elliott – Shot by Michael B. Joyce (The Boy Who Cried Werewolf) – Music by Gil Mellé (The Andromeda Strain) – Teleplay by Merwin Gerard (The Screaming Woman) – Directed by Herschel Daugherty (Alfred Hitchcock Presents).

The Victim (1972) Starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Eileen Heckart, George Maharis, Sue Ann Langdon, Jess Walton, Richard Derr & Ross Elliott – Shot by Michael B. Joyce (The Boy Who Cried Werewolf) – Music by Gil Mellé (The Andromeda Strain) – Teleplay by Merwin Gerard (The Screaming Woman) – Directed by Herschel Daugherty (Alfred Hitchcock Presents).

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I picked up 24 titles, including 4 box sets. Did anyone on here match or exceed that number?
I was powerless to resist another great Kino sale. Last Thursday I ordered 30 titles - 26 of them from the Shocktober sale, 2 from the While Supplies Last list, and 2 newer releases not on sale but which I wanted right away.

It actually amounts to 33 films since one title was a double-feature and another was a collection of 3 films.

And despite that, there are still items leftover in my Wish List section.
 

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I put in a second order as well,

First order (received on Friday):

Chandu the Magician / The Mephisto Waltz / Modesty Blaise / The Neptune Factor / One Million Years, B.C. / Rawhide / The Runner Stumbles / The Outlaw / Stingaree / Topaze

Second order (now processing):

The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother / Canadian Pacific / 4D Man / Disputed Passage / Doctor Cyclops / Donovan's Brain / I'll Be Seeing You / Since You Went Away / The Birth of a Nation
 
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The “SHOCTOBER SALE”! FINAL DAY!
Over 530 Blu-rays and DVDs - $4.99 & Up!

And Don’t forget our “WHILE SUPPLIES LAST SALE”!
Over 230 Titles - $4.99 & Up!

Free USA Shipping – Orders of $50 or More!

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Id like to see Kino distribute Cohen Media titles that were formerly with Kino. KL said in the past that Noirs like Behind Locked Doors and Railroaded were with Cohen. Im sure there is probably more. Those would be most welcomed on Blu-ray with 2K or 4K restorations!
KINO used to have ALIBI. Does Cohen have it does anyone know who does?
We're distributing the Cohen titles. We can make recommendations, but the overall decision is theirs.
 
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Coming February 23rd!

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN: PART 2

• NEW Interview with Director Larry Peerce
• Theatrical Trailers (Both Films)
• Dual-Layered BD50 Disc
• Optional English Subtitles

(1975) Color 102 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated PG
The Other Side of the Mountain
is the inspirational true story of Olympic hopeful Jill Kinmont (Marilyn Hassett, The Bell Jar). Kinmont, an up-and-coming world-class skier, faces her greatest challenge when she is left paralyzed from the neck down after a tragic accident during a pre-Olympic competition in the 1950s. Beau Bridges (The Landlord) and Dabney Coleman (9 to 5) co-star in this critically acclaimed story of human courage and a champion determined to find the other side of the mountain. Directed by Larry Peerce (The Incident) with a screenplay by David Seltzer (The Omen), based on the book A Long Way Up by E.G. Valens.

(1978) Color 100 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated PG
The Other Side of the Mountain: Part II
continues to tell the soul-stirring true story of an Olympic contender who will not stop reaching for the stars even after she is handicapped in a skiing accident. The courageous Jill Kinmont (Marilyn Hassett, Shadow of the Hawk) returns to her childhood home where she fights off the memories of her ill-fated past and is reintroduced to the power of love by a sensitive trucker (Timothy Bottoms, The Paper Chase). Their unusual courtship and marriage is a true love story for everyone who believes in happy endings. Directed by Larry Peerce (Goodbye, Columbus) and written by Douglas Day Stewart (An Officer and a Gentleman).

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Coming to Blu-ray January 5th from Kino Classics and Something Weird!

Ingagi (1930)
Directed by William S. Campbell

Forbidden Fruit: The Golden Age of the Exploitation Picture
Volume 8

The exploitation cinema had its share of scandalous films, but none is so mired in controversy as the bizarre pseudo-documentary Ingagi. Purporting to be an ethnographic journey into the wilds of Africa, it combines authentic footage purloined from other films, with outrageous scenes staged for the camera in Los Angeles. Among the hoaxes perpetrated are the discovery of the “tortadillo,” a heretofore unknown species of animal, and the exposure of an indigenous cult that worships (and sacrifices its women to) gorillas—a particularly racist concept that would resurface in films for years, most notably as the dramatic springboard for King Kong. After spawning a whole sub-genre of exotic shockumentaries (e.g. Forbidden Adventure, Karamoja), the originator faded into obscurity, mired in lawsuits and cursed by the notoriety of its title (the Kinyarwanda word for “gorilla”). Ingagi has not been commercially distributed for at least 50 years, and this 4K restoration, from materials preserved by the Library of Congress, marks the film’s home video premiere.

Special Features:
Audio commentary by film historian Kelly Robinson
Audio commentary by series curator Bret Wood
About the restoration
Trailer gallery
Optional English SDH subtitles

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If Kino has been able to get us a blu ray of Ingagi using materials courtesy the LoC, is there hope for a release of Bud Pollard's 1934 rarity The Horror (aka John the Drunkard), which also resides there...?

Hope springs eternal...
 

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Just ordered these Shoctober Sale titles (all Blu-ray):

Against All Flags
Audie Murphy Collection, The
Billy the Kid vs Dracula
Cat & the Canary, The
Diva
Dr. Who and the Daleks
Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.
Five Graves to Cairo
Foreign Affair, A
Ghost Breakers, The
Gold
(1974)
Modesty Blaise
P.J.
Premature Burial, The
Strange Door, The
Sweeney / Sweeney 2
Tales of Terror
Vikings, The
 
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Coming to Blu-ray January 5th from Metrograph Pictures and Kino Lorber!

Mario Ruspoli, Prince of the Whales (with collected shorts by Mario Ruspoli)
A documentary by Florence Dauman

Mario Ruspoli was a photographer, writer, gastronomist, zoologist, jazz nut, student of prehistory, painting enthusiast, amateur entomologist, and an all-around adventurer, and all of these passions fed into the filmmaking activity of this prodigiously gifted documentarian. Ruspoli was born in Rome but a resident of Paris for much of his adult life, and the breadth of his curiosity and free-ranging intelligence was as great as that of his good friend Chris Marker, who wrote the commentary for Three Cheers for the Whale (1972), and the innovations that he introduced to nonfiction filmmaking are still due for proper recognition and appraisal. And now, as Metrograph proudly presents sterling new restorations of his short films and the first-ever US release of Florence Dauman’s feature documentary Mario Ruspoli, Prince of the Whales (2011), that rediscovery can begin. Ruspoli’s short films were restored in 2K by Cineteca di Bologna at L’Immagine Ritrovata in collaboration with Argos Films.

Short films by Mario Ruspoli:
The Whalers (1958)
The Earth's Forgotten (1961)
A Look at Madness (1961)
Captive Feast (1961)
The Last Drink (1964)
Chaval (1970)
Le Chavalanthrope (1972)
Three Cheers for the Whale (1972)

Special features:
*Informational Booklet
*Trailers

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