Imprint Bundle Pack – March 2022
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30th March, 2022
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Add the next 7 Imprint Films to your collection!
The Osterman Weekend (Imprint Collection #109)
The host of an investigative news show is convinced by the CIA that the friends he has invited to a weekend in the country are engaged in a conspiracy that threatens national security.
Based on the novel of the same name by Robert Ludlum, this political thriller features an all-star cast including Rutger Hauer, John Hurt, Burt Lancaster, Dennis Hopper, Meg Foster, Helen Shaver, Chris Sarandon and Craig T. Nelson.
Sam Peckinpah’s final film was initially taken away from his control and released broadly in a re-edited (shortened) version. This new special edition release presents brand new 2k scans from newly sourced 35mm prints of Sam Peckinpah’s personal directors cut negative, along with the Theatrical Cut.
This stunning new release will give finally the film a well overdue opportunity for reappraisal.
The Hunter (Imprint Collection #110)
Steve McQueen’s last movie shows the dynamic talent of the late, great actor in one of his most memorable roles: the true story of Ralph “Papa” Thorson, a modern-day bounty hunter. Thorson’s exploits are detailed as he pursues a number of fugitives who have skipped bail. The chase comes full circle when he becomes the quarry of a vengeful psychopath. McQueen’s multi-dimensional performance as Thorson, a man born in the wrong age, is the counterpoint to the explosive action in The Hunter.
China Gate (Imprint Collection #111)
In 1954, during the French Indochina War, a Eurasian female smuggler and a group of French Foreign Legion mercenaries, infiltrate the enemy territory in order to destroy an arms depot.
An early and underrated film from maverick director Samuel Fuller starring Angie Dickinson in her first lead role.
Conquest of Space (Imprint Collection #112)
From a space wheel 500 miles above the Earth, commander Samuel Merritt (Walter Brooke) and his men (including Eric Fleming and Benson Fong) construct a sleek robot, then receive orders providing their new craft’s destination: Mars!
Five-time Oscar Winner George Pal (The War of the Worlds) produced this adventure rooted in the ’50s understanding of space exploration… and heightened by the awareness that no matter how advanced science becomes, human weaknesses remain.
Marooned (Imprint Collection #113)
Gripping, yet starkly realistic, portrayal of three astronauts on an extended special mission who find themselves unable to re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere. As the oxygen supply diminishes, the stranded astronauts must face the inevitability of death…
A major influence on Alfonso Cuarón’s “Gravity”, John Sturges’ 1969 Space exploration epic is ripe for re-appraisal in high definition.
Audrey Rose (Imprint Collection #114)
A happily married couple find their lives thrown into frightening disruption when a stranger appears at their door claiming that their adopted 12-year-old daughter contains the reincarnated spirit of his little girl!
Underrated 1970’s psychological horror from Director Robert Wise, and also starring Anthony Hopkins & Marsha Mason.
Johnny Got His Gun (Imprint Collection #115)
War has plunged Army soldier Joe Bonham (Timothy Bottoms) into an unending nightmare. Hit by an artillery shell in World War I, Joe has suffered injuries that have all but erased his humanity: he’s lost his sight, speech, hearing, and sense of smell. But he still has the ability to think and remember, which, in the end, maybe more a curse than a blessing. Trapped in his body, Joe realizes there’s only one way out of his misery: death. Can he get a sympathetic nurse to help him?
Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo directed just one film in his career, Johnny Got His Gun. Trumbo’s 1971 adaptation of his 1939 novel has long been considered one of the most powerful anti-war movies ever produced.