Twilight Time and ClassicFlix titles will be available directly from Twilight Time Movies in a Summer Sale, which kicks off today and runs until July 31st. The entire list can be viewed here.
Twilight says that some of the titles are expected to sell out completely during the sale, so if there’s something you want, they suggest picking it up now. Prices start at $7.45 for both DVDs and Blu-rays, while a long list of Blu-ray titles top out at $22.50.
Twilight Time is the creation of Brian Jamieson and Nick Redman, both of whom had the goal of making vintage films available to DVD and BD collectors. The original intent was to focus on films of the 1950s and 1960s, what Redman described as “the Cinemascope period,” although the company has gone on to release titles from the 1930s, 1940s, as well as modern cinema gems.
Under a deal with Sony Pictures (and the Columbia library) in 2011, Twilight released Ray Harryhausen’s science fiction classic Mysterious Island, as well as horror comedy cult favorite Fright Night. A further deal was struck with MGM in September 2013, which included the entire United Artists catalog, MGM titles from 1986 to the present, and all titles released through Cannon, Polygram, and Orion. TT also announced its first international deal in 2013 with Protagonist Pictures, which afforded the company US distribution rights to the Film4 library, with works from directors Ken Loach, Neil Jordan, and Paul Greengrass.
Twilight Time began a direct-to-consumer website in 2015 (which can be viewed at the above link), and now releases 4 – 5 titles per month.