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#1276 Post by domino harvey » Thu Jun 21, 2018 3:52 pm

Kino will be releasing the second and third volume of British Noir soon (DVD only like the first volume)

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#1277 Post by tenia » Thu Jun 21, 2018 4:20 pm

Very quick point regarding price differences for 2K vs 4K scan : I've just had the answer from Eclair and at their lab, a 4K scan is 15% more expensive than a 2K one for a given movie.

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#1278 Post by dwk » Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:03 pm

Kino Insider posted a list of their remaining, unannounced Touchstone titles over at the blu-ray.com forum.
Last week we announced the remaining ABC and Selznick titles - To put a stop to all these speculations, we're sharing the list of the remaining/unannounced Touchstone/Hollywood titles currently under license to KL - some will be released as special editions, others regular (with maybe one extra or none) and some we'll most likely not release, at least not for a while.

Another Stakeout (1993)
Aspen Extreme (1993)
Before and After (1996)
Billy Bathgate (1991)
D.O.A. (1988)
Doctor, The (1991)
Duets (2000)
Father Hood (1993)
Gone Fishin’ (1997)
Good Mother, The (1988)
Green Card (1990)
Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag (1992)
Gun Shy (2000)
Heartbreak Hotel (1988)
Hello Again (1987)
High Heels, Low Lifes (2001)
Holy Man (1998)
An Innocent Man (1989)
It’s Pat – The Movie (1994)
Jefferson in Paris (1995)
Just Visiting (2001)
Kazaam (1996)
Last Dance (1996)
Life with Mikey (1993)
Mad Love (1995)
Marrying Man (1991)
The Minion (1998)
Money for Nothing (1993)
Mumford (1999)
Mr. Wrong (1996)
My Boyfriend’s Back (1993)
My Science Project (1985)
New Port South (2001)
New York Stories (1989)
Nixon (1995)
Paradise (1991)
Playing God (1997)
The Puppet Masters (1994)
The Scarlet Letter (1995)
A Simple Twist of Fate (1994)
Spaced Invaders (1990)
Stella (1990)
A Stranger Among Us (1992)
Summer of Sam (1999)
Swing vote (2008)
Terminal Velocity (1994)
Unstrung Heroes (1995)
Veronica Guerin (2003)
War at Home, The (1996)
Washington Square (1997)
White Squall (1996)

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Re: Kino Lorber Studio Classics Acquisitions

#1279 Post by Kino Insider » Fri Jun 22, 2018 2:40 pm

#1277 Post by tenia » Thu Jun 21, 2018 4:20 pm

Very quick point regarding price differences for 2K vs 4K scan : I've just had the answer from Eclair and at their lab, a 4K scan is 15% more expensive than a 2K one for a given movie.

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We're not sure where you got your information, but 4K scans usually cost twice as much as 2K scans and sometimes more. If this is true, we will contact this company as see if we could set an account with them at these rates.

We will start posting updates an announcements here like we do on two other forums.

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#1280 Post by AfterTheRain » Fri Jun 22, 2018 2:43 pm

dwk wrote:
Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:03 pm
Kino Insider posted a list of their remaining, unannounced Touchstone titles over at the blu-ray.com forum.
Last week we announced the remaining ABC and Selznick titles - To put a stop to all these speculations, we're sharing the list of the remaining/unannounced Touchstone/Hollywood titles currently under license to KL - some will be released as special editions, others regular (with maybe one extra or none) and some we'll most likely not release, at least not for a while.

Another Stakeout (1993)
Aspen Extreme (1993)
Before and After (1996)
Billy Bathgate (1991)
D.O.A. (1988)
Doctor, The (1991)
Duets (2000)
Father Hood (1993)
Gone Fishin’ (1997)
Good Mother, The (1988)
Green Card (1990)
Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag (1992)
Gun Shy (2000)
Heartbreak Hotel (1988)
Hello Again (1987)
High Heels, Low Lifes (2001)
Holy Man (1998)
An Innocent Man (1989)
It’s Pat – The Movie (1994)
Jefferson in Paris (1995)
Just Visiting (2001)
Kazaam (1996)
Last Dance (1996)
Life with Mikey (1993)
Mad Love (1995)
Marrying Man (1991)
The Minion (1998)
Money for Nothing (1993)
Mumford (1999)
Mr. Wrong (1996)
My Boyfriend’s Back (1993)
My Science Project (1985)
New Port South (2001)
New York Stories (1989)
Nixon (1995)
Paradise (1991)
Playing God (1997)
The Puppet Masters (1994)
The Scarlet Letter (1995)
A Simple Twist of Fate (1994)
Spaced Invaders (1990)
Stella (1990)
A Stranger Among Us (1992)
Summer of Sam (1999)
Swing vote (2008)
Terminal Velocity (1994)
Unstrung Heroes (1995)
Veronica Guerin (2003)
War at Home, The (1996)
Washington Square (1997)
White Squall (1996)
I'll consider Nixon if they manage to include both the theatrical and extended cuts of the movie. Otherwise, I'm still fine holding to my current Blu-ray.

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#1281 Post by Kino Insider » Fri Jun 22, 2018 2:45 pm

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#1282 Post by L.A. » Tue Jun 26, 2018 12:46 pm

Coming out on Blu-ray September 25th!

Joaquim Pedro de Andrade: The Complete Films
3 Discs - 6 Features and 8 shorts - 2K Restorations

Joaquim Pedro de Andrade was one of the most important figures in the Cinema Novo movement that transformed Brazilian cinema in the 1960s and ‘70s. Kino Classics is proud to present his complete films on Blu-ray, restored in 2K.

Features:
GARRINCHA: HERO OF THE JUNGLE (1963)
THE PRIEST AND THE GIRL (1966)
MACUNAÍMA (1969)
THE CONSPIRATORS (1972)
CONJUGAL WARFARE (1974)
THE BRAZILWOOD MAN (1982)

Shorts:
THE POET OF THE CASTLE (1959)
THE MASTER OF APIPUCOS (1959)
CAT SKIN (1962)
IMPROVISED AND PURPOSEFUL [CINEMA NOVO] (1967)
BRASILIA: CONTRADICTIONS OF A NEW CITY (1967)
THE LANGUAGE OF PERSUASION (1970)
TROPICAL LANE (1977)
THE LITTLE CRIPPLE (1978)

Also included:
Booklet essay by film critic Fábio Andrade

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#1283 Post by Cinephrenic » Tue Jun 26, 2018 1:48 pm

Wow! Cinema nova getting attention. Great job, Kino ;)

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#1284 Post by Kino Insider » Tue Jul 03, 2018 5:07 pm

Coming September 25th on DVD and Blu-ray!
Oscar Winner: Best Actress
Oscar Nominee: Best Adapted Screenplay (Horton Foote)

The Trip to Bountiful (1985) with optional English subtitles
A richly textured and triumphant tale of an elderly woman's journey home, The Trip to Bountiful stars Geraldine Page (What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?) in the performance of a lifetime and a role that won her an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Funny, adventurous and suspenseful, The Trip to Bountiful is perfect on just about every level and is a demonstration of the human spirit. Carrie Watts (Page) is an elderly woman with a weak heart, but of strong determination. Trapped in a tiny apartment under the care of her cowardly son and his shrewish wife, Carrie is determined to escape and return to her girlhood home. Seizing her chance and her meager Social Security check, Carrie sets out on an unforgettable quest to make peace with her past—and the secrets of her heart that draw her ever homeward. Peter Masterson (Full Moon in Blue Water) directed this endearing and uplifting drama co-starring John Heard (Deceived) and Rebecca De Mornay (Runaway Train). Legendary writer Horton Foote (Tender Mercies) wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay based on his own play.

Special Features:
• Return to Bountiful - Documentary
• Original Theatrical Trailer

P.S. need to figure out how to add images.

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#1285 Post by mfunk9786 » Thu Jul 05, 2018 12:37 pm

Kino Insider wrote:
Tue Jul 03, 2018 5:07 pm
P.S. need to figure out how to add images.

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#1286 Post by Kino Insider » Fri Jul 06, 2018 2:53 pm

Coming September 25th on DVD and Blu-ray!
Brand New HD Master From a 4K Scan of the Original Camera Negative!

Good Times (1967) with optional English subtitles
• Interview with Director William Friedkin
• Audio Commentary by Film Historian Lee Gambin
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#1287 Post by domino harvey » Fri Jul 06, 2018 3:07 pm

Mfunk left out that our forum does not have image uploading/hosting, so you'll need to link to a URL, not your desktop

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#1288 Post by Kino Insider » Mon Jul 09, 2018 2:48 pm

Coming September 25th on DVD and 3-D & 2-D Blu-ray!
4K scan of the OCN and 2K scan of the IN!
3-D Restoration by 3-D Film Archive, LLC!

Sangaree (1953)
• 3-D release trailer
• 2-D release trailer
• January 25, 1955 Lux Radio Theatre adaptation with Arlene Dahl and Cesar Romero
• Before/after restoration demo

After the Revolutionary War, the dying General Darby (Lester Matthews, The Raven) bequeaths his Georgia plantation to Dr. Carlos Morales (Fernando Lamas, Jivaro), the son of an indentured servant who has been raised and educated by Darby. The general’s daughter (Arlene Dahl, Journey to the Center of the Earth) tries to break her father’s will in order to control the estate and stop the creation of a group of free medical clinics for the poor to be overseen by Carlos. The true culprits behind her opposition are her fiancé, Harvey Bristol (John Sutton, Jane Eyre), and his father, Dr. Bristol (Francis L. Sullivan, Joan of Arc), who have their eyes set on the Darby holdings. A plague outbreak in Savannah complicates matters further in Sangaree, the first three-dimensional film in Technicolor, directed by Hollywood veteran Edward Ludwig (Big Jim McLain).

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#1289 Post by Kino Insider » Tue Jul 10, 2018 1:34 pm

Coming September 4th!
DVD $14.95 | BLU-RAY $24.95

Oscar (1991) with optional English subtitles
• Interview with Director John Landis
• Theatrical Trailer

Hollywood superstar Sylvester Stallone (Rocky, Rambo) teams up with legendary director John Landis (The Blues Brothers, Trading Places, An American Werewolf in London), and the results are hilarious. Stallone plays Chicago's #1 gangster "Snaps" Provolone. After promising his dying father (Kirk Douglas, Tough Guys) that he'll quit his life of crime, Snaps realizes it's easier said than done. The great cast includes Chazz Palminteri (A Bronx Tale), Ornella Muti (Once Upon a Crime), Tim Curry (Clue), Marisa Tomei (Untamed Heart), Peter Riegert (Animal House), Vincent Spano (Indian Summer), Kurtwood Smith (RoboCop), Yvonne De Carlo (Criss Cross), Don Ameche (Cocoon), Ken Howard (TV’s The White Shadow) and Eddie Bracken (Hail the Conquering Hero).

Blame It on the Bellboy (1992)
• 5.1 Surround and 2.0 Stereo Audio
• Theatrical Trailer

Mix-ups, Mishaps, Madness and Mayhem… It’s all part of the service! In the wildly entertaining spirit of A Fish Called Wanda, Blame It on the Bellboy delivers crazy laughs. The hilarity kicks off when a daffy bellboy (Bronson Pinchot, Perfect Strangers) accidentally switches the itinerary envelopes for three guests. His actions cause a hilarious case of mistaken identities, sending the trio down the road of nonstop comic adventures. Check in today for a zany time with a stellar cast that includes Dudley Moore (Arthur), Bryan Brown (F/X), Richard Griffiths (Withnail and I), Andreas Katsulas (The Fugitive), Patsy Kensit (Lethal Weapon 2), Alison Steadman (Life Is Sweet) and Penelope Wilton (Shaun of the Dead). Written and directed by Mark Herman (Brassed Off, Hope Springs).

Once Upon a Crime... (1992) with optional English subtitles
• Includes the theatrical trailer & other KLSC trailers

What do you get when you combine four bumbling American tourists, a $5000 puppy and a dead body? Inspired lunacy starring John Candy (Delirious), James Belushi (Mr. Destiny), Cybill Shepherd (Special Delivery), Sean Young (Fire Birds), Richard Lewis (The Wrong Guys), Ornella Muti (Oscar), Giancarlo Giannini (Seven Beauties), Joss Ackland (White Mischief), Elsa Martinelli (The Indian Fighter) and George Hamilton (Zorro: The Gay Blade). Lewis and Young are two down-and-out Americans attempting to return a lost dog to its Monte Carlo socialite owner for a $5000 reward. But when the owner is murdered, they become the prime suspects. But who's the real killer? The roulette loser (Candy)? The gigolo (Hamilton)? Or could it possibly be... the dog? Once Upon a Crime is the perfect film to see after a brain-taxing day – directed by SCTV comedy legend Eugene Levy.

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#1290 Post by Kino Insider » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:17 pm

Coming September 18th on DVD and Blu-ray!
Brand New HD Master!
From a 4K Scan of the Original Camera Negative!


Impulse (1984) with optional English subtitles
• Audio Commentary by director Graham Baker
• Theatrical Trailer

From raw desire… to rampant destruction! Tim Matheson (Up the Creek), Meg Tilly (Psycho II), Bill Paxton (Aliens) and Hume Cronyn (Cocoon) come face to face with mankind's deepest — and darkest — primal urges in this disturbing and suspenseful psychological thriller. Directed with flair by Graham Baker (Alien Nation) and packed with pulse-quickening twists that spring from its terrific premise, Impulse generates enough electricity to make your hair stand on end. When Jennifer (Tilly) and her boyfriend Stuart (Matheson) return to her idyllic hometown, they discover that all boundaries of civility seem to have eroded. Mystified by the actions of normally kind townspeople who are suddenly driven to extremes of irrational—and violent—behavior, Jennifer and Stuart attempt to get to the bottom of the increasingly life-threatening chaos... before it destroys them.

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#1291 Post by Kino Insider » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:41 pm

Coming September 18th on Blu-ray!

Retroactive (1997) with optional English subtitles
• reversible art
• Includes the theatrical trailer and other KLSC trailers

Color 91 Minutes 2.35:1 Rated R
If you could leap back in time and change the past, would you? If you did, could you face the consequences? A young woman comes face to face with these tantalizing questions in this action-packed sci-fi thriller starring James Belushi (Red Heat), Kylie Travis (Sanctuary), M. Emmet Walsh (Blood Simple) and Frank Whaley (Career Opportunities). Exploding with breathtaking special effects and startling twists and turns, this full-throttle adventure pushes the envelope for cutting-edge excitement. Karen (Travis) is a beautiful hostage negotiator trying to escape a tragic past. But her desperate flight leads to an even greater horror when she finds herself stranded on a deserted highway and at the mercy of a violent psychopath who commits a brutal murder right before her eyes. But this time, Karen gets a second chance… stumbling upon an isolated research center, she meets a brilliant young scientist and discovers a top-secret device that gives her the opportunity to stop the savage rampage before it begins. Stylishly directed by Louis Morneau (Soldier Boyz).

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#1292 Post by Kino Insider » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:54 pm

Coming September 18th on Blu-ray!

Bat 21 (1988) with optional English subtitles
• Audio Commentary by director Peter Markle
• Trailers for Bat 21, The Package, Company Business, Prime Cut and The Hunting Party

Color 105 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated R
Only the bravest of men risk their lives to save others! In this suspenseful and engrossing action tale based on a true-life rescue story, screen legends Gene Hackman (The Package) and Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon) portray a pair of valiant American soldiers up against impossible odds for survival and rescue within war-torn Vietnam. After his reconnaissance plane is shot down behind enemy lines in Vietnam, Lt. Colonel Hambleton (Hackman), a career soldier who's used to calling the shots from behind a desk, must now figure out a way to survive in the jungle. Luckily for him, he manages to establish radio contact with an Air pilot, Bird-Dog (Glover), who makes it his mission to save his stranded comrade. To plan the dangerous rescue, the two soldiers communicate by secret code. But when the enemy intercepts their messages, it's only a matter of time before the code is broken... leaving both men at risk of being caught and imprisoned. Peter Markle (Youngblood) directed this edge-of-your-seat thriller co-starring Jerry Reed (Gator) and Clayton Rohner (Modern Girls).

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#1293 Post by Kino Insider » Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:00 pm

Coming September 25th on DVD and Blu-ray!

Trapeze (1956) with optional English subtitles
• Audio Commentary by Film Historian Kat Ellinger
• Trailers for Trapeze, Elmer Gantry, Taras Bulba, Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell

Screen icons Burt Lancaster (Elmer Gantry), Tony Curtis (The Vikings) and Gina Lollobrigida (Woman of Straw) form a troubled love triangle in the realistic, suspenseful film shot in the actual Cirque d’Hiver in Paris. Young American acrobat Tino Orsini (Curtis) is an aspiring trapeze artist who comes to Paris in search of Mike Ribble (Lancaster), a former aerialist who has retired after injuring himself attempting a triple somersault. Mike agrees to teach Tino the triple after circus performer Rosa O’Flynn (Katy Jurado, One-Eyed Jacks) convinces him to stop feeling sorry for himself and try to recapture some of the fame that eluded him. But when two men both fall in love with the beautiful Lola (Lollobrigida) – who uses them both to further her own ambitions – the triangle threatens the dreams of them all. Trapeze, directed by the great Carol Reed (The Third Man, The Fallen Idol) is highlighted by great performances and high drama, and all the actors performed most of their own stunts (Lancaster had previously been an acrobat in real life). Two of the film’s best features are the terrific Scope photography by Robert Krasker (El Cid, Brief Encounter) and the hauntingly beautiful score by Malcolm Arnold (The Bridge on the River Kwai). The wonderful Thomas Gomez (Key Largo) co-stars in this classic romantic drama.

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#1294 Post by Kino Insider » Thu Jul 12, 2018 12:48 pm

Coming September 25th!
First Time on DVD and Blu-ray!
Brand New 2018 HD Master!

Oscar Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role (Young)
Oscar Nominee: Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Bickford)

The Farmer's Daughter (1947) with optional English subtitles
• Audio Commentary by Film Historian Lee Gambin
• Trailers for The Farmer's Daughter, The Stranger, Since You Went Away, I'll Be Seeing You, Duel in the Sun, Portrait of Jennie and Under Capricorn

Loretta Young (The Stranger) is The Farmer’s Daughter – blonde, brash and so hilariously heartwarming that she won the 1948 Academy Award® for Best Actress in a Leading Role. As Katrin, she romps through one uproarious romantic adventure after another, an independent farm girl who becomes a politician and captures the heart of a Congressman along the way. The outrageous antics begin when Katrin, fresh from the farm, arrives in Capitol City ready to take on the metropolis. She takes the very first job she can find: housemaid in the wealthy home of urbane Congressman Glenn Morley, charmingly played by Joseph Cotten (Portrait of Jennie). But she’s no sooner tied the apron strings around her waist than she’s running for Congress. To complicate matters further, Morley is developing a case of infatuation for Katrin – and it’s looking like love that knows no political bounds. Directed by H. C. Potter (Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House) and co-starring Ethel Barrymore (The Spiral Staircase), Charles Bickford (The Big Country) and Harry Davenport (The Ox-Bow Incident). Bickford was nominated for the Best Actor in a Supporting Role Academy Award®.

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#1295 Post by Kino Insider » Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:41 pm

We're proud to announce our latest major studio deal with Universal!

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#1296 Post by domino harvey » Thu Jul 12, 2018 4:44 pm

Wow, excellent. Bring it on!

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#1297 Post by AfterTheRain » Fri Jul 13, 2018 1:18 am

Found out a little more about the Universal deal: Kino has licensed 100 titles with the earliest coming from 1932 and the most recent coming from 2009. Sadly, no Universal silents are part of the deal but the possibility that the pre-1948 Paramount catalog is part of the titles helps offset the disappointment; gotta take the bitter with the sweet.

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#1298 Post by DRW.mov » Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:12 am

Oh thank god! Universal has WAY too many great films sitting in their library that have never even seen DVD releases. If Kino can drop Play It As It Lays, Portrait of a Downfall Child, Diary of a Mad Housewife, Hellzapoppin’, of any number of these lingering titles I’ll snap them up in a heartbeat.

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#1299 Post by nitin » Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:02 am

I hope all the Universal noirs are licensed and released.

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#1300 Post by kcota17 » Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:59 am

I really hope they don’t end up being the ones to release The Lost Weekend...

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