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|George Carlin Commemorative Collection
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Encompassing over five decades of George Carlin’s hilarious and groundbreaking career, the GEORGE CARLIN COMMEMORATIVE COLLECTION brings together for the first time all of the legendary comedian’s HBO® specials plus hours of bonus material, including Carlin’s posthumous audio release, I Kinda Like It When a Lotta People Die. Featuring never-before-released material from the 1960’s all the way through to the 2000’s, including the oft-requested 40 Years of Comedy special hosted by Jon Stewart, the GEORGE CARLIN COMMEMORATIVE COLLECTION is a must for fans of this icon of American comedy and represents the most complete collection of Carlin performances to date.
- Collectable Poster
- 20 Page Booklet with Photo Gallery
On Location With George Carlin
George Carlin Again!
Carlin at Carnegie
Carlin On Campus
Playin’ With Your Head
What Am I Doing In New Jersey?
Doin’ It Again
Jammin’ In New York
Back In Town
George Carlin: 40 Years of Comedy
You Are All Diseased
Complaints & Grievances
Life Is Worth Losing
It's Bad for Ya
George Carlin Appearances from:
CBS Talent Scouts (1973)
The Hollywood Palace (1966)
The Jackie Gleason Show (January 25, 1969)
The Real George Carlin
George Carlin Personal Favorites
George Carlin Appearance from The Comedy Store (1999)
George’s Best Stuff
George On George
George Carlin Appearance from Comedy Magic Club (2006)
George Carlin: Too Hip for the Room
I Kinda Like it When a Lotta People Die CD
Disc 10 (Blu-Ray):
Life Is Worth Losing Blu-Ray
It's Bad for Ya Blu-Ray
|Beyond the Black Rainbow [Blu-ray]
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Held captive in a specialized medical facility, a young woman with unique abilities seeks a chance to escape her obsessed captor.
Set in the strange and oppressive emotional landscape of the year 1983, Beyond the Black Rainbow is a Reagan-era fever dream inspired by hazy childhood memories of midnight movies and Saturday morning cartoons. From the producer of Machotaildrop, Rainbow is the outlandish feature film debut of writer and director Panos Cosmatos. Featuring a hypnotic analog synthesizer score by Jeremy Schmidt of Sinoia Caves and Black Mountain, Rainbow is a film experience for the senses.
|Outer Limits (1963-64) Season 1 (32 Episodes) [Blu-ray]
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Newly Re-Mastered in HD! There Is Nothing Wrong With Your Television Set... Do Not Attempt To Adjust The Picture... We Are Controlling Transmission... The entire first season 32 Episodes You hold in your hands an artifact from a time now vanished forever; a compendium of portals into worlds unknown. A seven-disc set that controls over 27 hours of transmission from the 1963-1964 series, this vessel has sought you out for one specific purpose: to expand your mind to The Outer Limits! Guest stars include Ed Asner, Macdonald Carey, Dabney Coleman, Robert Culp, Bruce Dern, Robert Duvall, Mimsy Farmer, Don Gordon, Harry Guardino, Gloria Grahame, Signe Hasso, Miriam Hopkins, Richard Jaeckel, Sally Kellerman, Shirley Knight, Martin Landau, George Macready, John Marley, David McCallum, Ralph Meeker, Gary Merrill, Vera Miles, Leonard Nimoy, Simon Oakland, Warren Oates, Carroll O Connor, Donald Pleasence, Cliff Robertson, Ruth Roman, Barbara Rush, Martin Sheen, Henry Silva and many more. 'The best program of its type ever to run on network TV!' - Stephen King
-Audio commentaries by David J. Schow (author of The Outer Limits Companion) and film historians Tim Lucas, Reba Wissner, Craig Beam, Gary Gerani, Michael Hyatt and Steve Mitchell
-THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH YOUR TELEVISION SET 40 Page Booklet Essay by David J. Schow
|Dead Poets Society
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In an age defined by crew cuts, sport coats, and cheerless conformity, he not only broke the mold ... he reinvented it. Academy Award(R) winner Robin Williams (Best Supporting Actor, GOOD WILL HUNTING, 1997) delivers an extraordinary performance in one of the most compelling motion pictures of all time. Williams stars as English professor John Keating, a passionate iconoclast who changes his students' lives forever when he challenges them to live life to the fullest and "Carpe Diem" -- seize the day! Keating's unconventional approach meets with irrepressible enthusiasm from his students, but the faculty at staid, exclusive Welton Academy prep school is, to put it mildly, not amused. Featuring a star-marking performance by Ethan Hawke and over three hours of never-before-seen bonus materials, this Special Edition of DEAD POETS SOCIETY will captivate and inspire you again and again.
Robin Williams stars as an English teacher who doesn't fit into the conservative prep school where he teaches, but whose charisma and love of poetry inspires several boys to revive a secret society with a bohemian bent. The script is well meaning but a little trite, though director Peter Weir (The Truman Show) adds layers of emotional depth in scenes of conflict between the kids and adults. (A subplot involving one father's terrible pressure on his son--played by Robert Sean Leonard--to drop his interest in theater reaches heartbreaking proportions.) Williams is given plenty of latitude to work in his brand of improvisational humor, though it is all well-woven into his character's style of instruction. --Tom Keogh
|The Private Eyes
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WHEN WINSHIP AND TART ARE ENGAGED TO INVESTIGATE THE DEATHS OF LORD AND LADY MORLEY, THEY FIND NOTHING UNUSUAL ABOUT THE FACE THAT THEIR AUTHORIZATION COMES DIRECTLY FROM THE LATE LORDSHIP HIMSELF. ARRIVING AT THE LORDSHIP'S MANOR HOUSE, THEY FIND NOTHING ODD ABOUT THE STAFF EITHER.
|The Naked Prey [Blu-ray]
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Glamorous leading man turned idiosyncratic auteur Cornel Wilde created in the 1960s and ’70s a handful of gritty, violent explorations of the nature of man, none more memorable than The Naked Prey. In the early nineteenth century, after an ivory-hunting safari offends a group of South African hunters, the colonialists are captured and hideously tortured. A lone marksman (Wilde) is released, without clothes or weapons, to be hunted for sport, and he begins a harrowing journey through savanna and jungle back to a primitive state. Distinguished by vivid widescreen camera work and unflinchingly ferocious action sequences, The Naked Prey is both a propulsive, stripped-to-the-bone narrative and a meditation on the concept of civilization.
- Restored high-definition digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack
- Audio commentary from 2007 by film scholar Stephen Prince
- "John Colter's Escape," a 1913 written record of the trapper's flight from Blackfoot Indians-which was the inspiration for The Naked Prey-read by actor Paul Giamatti
- Original soundtrack cues created by director Cornel Wilde and ethnomusicologist Andrew Tracey, along with a written statement by Tracey on the score
- PLUS: An essay by film critic Michael Atkinson and a 1970 in
|Brazil (Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray]
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In the dystopic masterpiece Brazil, Jonathan Pryce (Glengarry Glen Ross) plays a daydreaming everyman who finds himself caught in the soul-crushing gears of a nightmarish bureaucracy. This cautionary tale by Terry Gilliam (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas), one of the great films of the 1980s, now ranks alongside antitotalitarian works by the likes of George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, and Kurt Vonnegut Jr. And in terms of set design, cinematography, music, and effects, Brazil, a nonstop dazzler, stands alone.
|House Double Feature (House, House II: The Second Story)
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HOUSE (1986, Rated R, 93 Mins) Horror novelist Roger Cobb is a man on the edge, reeling from his recent divorce, haunted by the mysterious disappearance of his young son, and struggling with his new book about his traumatic experiences in Vietnam. But when he moves into the strange house left to him by his late aunt, Roger's precarious sanity comes under siege by nightmares of his dead war buddy, visits from a nosy neighbor, and an onslaught of hideous creatures from another dimension. Horror has found a new home, and it's fully furnished with murder, monsters and madness!
HOUSE II: THE SECOND STORY (1987, PG-13, 88 Mins) Jesse McLaughlin's sitting on top of the world. He';s a talented artist with a growing career and a beautiful girlfriend. And he's moving into a magnificent house. A very special house. A house which will plunge him into an incredible adventure...one where all of his dreams, fantasies and nightmares will be realized. He'll meet his 175-year-old great-great grandfather, encounter a giant barbarian, confront a pterodactyl, discover a crystal skull with magical life-restoring powers and more. And he'll be thrust into a life-and-death struggle, encountering things guaranteed to horrify and delight – all without ever leaving this house.
|SpaceCamp aka Space Camp
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The Stars Belong to a New Generation! Zero gravity meets zero fear in this cosmic comedy-adventure about a summer camp where regular kids check in... and real astronauts check out! Kathryn (Lea Thompson, Back to the Future trilogy), Tish (Kelly Preston, Mischief), Max (Joaquin 'Leaf' Phoenix, Walk the Line), Rudy (Larry B. Scott, Revenge of the Nerds quadrilogy) and Kevin (Tate Donovan, Memphis Belle) are a group of bright but incorrigible high school students spending their summer at the NASA SpaceCamp. But when a frightening miscommunication occurs during a space shuttle training mission, the teens and their astronaut instructor (Kate Capshaw, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom) are accidentally launched into orbit. Can this young team of unlikely heroes work together to survive the outer-space adventure of a lifetime? Harry Winer (House Arrest) directed this wild and wonderful thrill-ride packed with special effects, spectacular moments and a gripping climax that's out of this world! Tom Skerritt (Alien) and Terry O Quinn (The Stepfather) co-star in this fast-paced, fun-filled adventure for the whole family that was shot on location at the actual U.S. SpaceCamp in Huntsville, Alabama.
- Interview with Star Lea Thompson
- Interview with Director Harry Winer
- Original Theatrical Trailer
|A Hard Day's Night (Criterion Collection)
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John, Paul, George and Ringo spend 36 wild hours in London.
Beatlemania is sweeping the Criterion Collection! This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Beatles’ beloved musical comedy A Hard Day’s Night,and to commemorate it we’re releasing a jam-packed special edition of the film, featuring a new 4K digital restoration, a newly remixed 5.1 surround soundtrack, and hours of incredible supplements. We’re also pleased to present two other gems of sixties cool: Georges Franju’s Judex, an inventive and elegant French kidnapping caper that’s ripe for rediscovery, and Michelangelo Antonioni’s quintessential modern-age romance L’eclisse, with the gorgeous duo of Monica Vitti and Alain Delon. Then go back to the fifties for Douglas Sirk’s stunning Technicolor tearjerker All That Heaven Allows,newly restored, and ahead to the seventies for Peter Davis’s Oscar-winning documentary about the Vietnam War, Hearts and Minds, and Australian auteur Peter Weir’s mysterious breakthrough masterpiece, Picnic at Hanging Rock. These are all essential and unforgettable works of cinema.
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