Imprint Bundle Pack – November 2022


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7 December 2022

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After Dark: Neo Noir Cinema Collection Two (1990 – 2002) – Imprint Collection #178 – #183

Take a journey into the shadowy world of Neo Noir Cinema with Collection Two, bringing together some of the best directors in cinema including Kathryn Bigelow, Mike Figgis, James Gray, Joe Carnahan & more.

  • Blue Steel (1990)
  • Internal Affairs (1990)
  • Crimson Rivers (2000)
  • The Way of the Gun (2000)
  • The Yards (2000)
  • Narc (2002)

Limited Edition 7 Disc Hardbox with 80-page booklet, featuring essays from film critics Peter Galvin, Blake Howard & Alexei Toliopoulos. 1500 copies only.

Blue Steel (1990) – Imprint Collection #178

Rookie cop Megan Turner (Jamie Lee Curtis) orders a burglar to drop his gun. He whirls to shoot. Too late. Turner fires, killing him instantly. But she doesn’t know that someone has been watching. And when that someone lifts the assailant’s gun from the crime scene, carves Turner’s name into the bullets and uses them in a series of murders, Turner is drawn into a deadly game of wits with a psychopath who’s always one step ahead and much closer than she thinks!

This psychological thriller vividly depicts a female cop’s mental and physical struggles with an obsessed psychopathic killer.

Directed by Kathryn Bigelow and starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Ron Silver, Clancy Brown, Elizabeth Peña & Louise Fletcher.

Internal Affairs (1990) – Imprint Collection #179

Dennis Peck knows his way around the law. He can launder money, run a scam, fix a bad rap. He can even, for the right price, arrange a murder. “Trust me,” he says, “I’m a cop.” Richard Gere is Peck and Andy Garcia is Raymond Avila, the investigator determined to bring Peck to justice in this supercharged police thriller. Peck isn’t going down without a fight.

Directed by Mike Figgis and starring Richard Gere, Andy Garcia, Laurie Metcalf & Nancy Travis.

Crimson Rivers (2000) – Imprint Collection #180

When Commissaire Pierre Niemans (Jean Reno), France’s leading serial killer investigator, is called to investigate a grisly murder, he enters a world of secrets, lies and unthinkable horrors. The dead, whose hands and eyes have been removed, are clues to a terrible tradition the killer can no longer bear. Each murder means something more; each victim, a guilty conspirator in a grand immoral experiment. Filled with blood-chilling suspense, twisted turns and breathtaking locations, this tense thriller has the style, action and intelligence to keep you wondering what’s really happening right up until the shocking conclusion.

Starring Jean Reno, Vincent Cassel, Nadia Fares & Dominique Sanda.

The Way of the Gun (2000) – Imprint Collection #181

Longtime partners Parker and Longbaugh are hoping for a quick and nonviolent payoff when they abduct Robin, a young woman pregnant with the child of a wealthy Southwestern couple. But kidnapping proves to be much more complicated, logistically and psychologically, than other felonies they’ve committed. Parker is increasingly drawn to the mysterious Robin, whose imminent delivery date awakens strong feelings in him. Tensions rise between Parker and Longbaugh, a ruthlessly decisive man who knows Parker’s sentimental impulses could land them in big trouble. As the moment for the ransom exchange approaches, Parker and Longbaugh must battle not only well-armed opponents, but also their own conflicted emotions.

Directed by Christopher McQuarrie and starring Ryan Phillippe, Benicio Del Toro, Taye Diggs, James Caan & Juliette Lewis.

The Yards (2000) – Imprint Collection #182

Released from prison after taking the fall for a group of his friends, Leo Handler (Mark Wahlberg) just wants to get his life back on track. But when he takes a job with his powerfully influential Uncle Frank (James Caan) and reconnects with his old friend Willie (Joaquin Phoenix), Leo finds himself unwittingly drawn into a world of sabotage, high-stakes payoffs, and even murder! Then, he discovers a secret that makes him the target of the city’s most ruthless family, his own!

Directed by James Gray and starring Mark Wahlberg, Joaquin Phoenix, Charlize Theron, Faye Dunaway, Ellen Burstyn & James Caan.

Narc (2002) – Imprint Collection #183

Narc tells the story of suspended undercover narcotics officer, Nick Tellis (Patric), who is reluctantly drawn back onto the force to find the truth behind the murder of a young police officer killed in the line of duty. He is teamed with Henry Oak (Liotta), the slain officer’s partner, a rogue cop who will stop at nothing to avenge his friend’s death. As Tellis and Oak unravel the case, the dark underbelly of the narcotics world reveals itself in surprising ways that are more twisted than either officer has ever seen before and threatens to destroy them both.

Directed by Joe Carnaghan and starring Ray Liotta, Jason Patric, Chi McBride, Busta Rhymes & John Ortiz.


Directed By Roland Joffé (1984-1992) – Imprint Collection #184 – #187

Award-winning director Roland Joffé produced some of the most cinematic work of the 1980s and beyond. This special edition collection celebrates four of his visionary works. Each film is complemented with audio commentaries, interviews & documentary features and once again shines the spotlight for audiences new and old to re-discover these cinematic achievements.

  • 1984 The Killing Fields (2-Disc Set)
  • 1986 The Mission
  • 1988 Fat Man and Little Boy
  • 1992 City Of Joy
  • 2002 Prisoners of Our Own History: The First Four Films of Roland Joffé – An intimate all NEW feature-length documentary on director Roland Joffé from Ballyhoo Pictures. Exclusive to this limited edition box.

Limited Edition 6-Disc Hardbox edition 1500 copies only.

The Killing Fields (1984) – Imprint Collection #184

The true story of journalist Sidney Schanberg (Sam Waterston) who is a New York Times journalist assigned to Cambodia, and assisted in his efforts by local representative Dith Pran (Dr. Haing S. Ngor). When Phnom Penh falls to the Khmer Rouge two years later, Dith Pran helps Schanberg escape but must himself remain behind. When the Khmer Rouge captured Phnom Penh in 1975, many thought the killing would end. Instead, it started a long nightmare in which three million Cambodians would die in the “killing fields.”  Back in New York, Schanberg begins to draw up plans for how he might rescue his friend.

Directed by Roland Joffé and produced by David Puttnam, this astonishing film won three Academy Awards.

Starring Sam Waterston, Dr. Haing S. Ngor, John Malkovich & Julian Sands.

The Mission (1986) – Imprint Collection #185

Sweeping and visually resplendent, The Mission is a powerful action epic about a man of the sword (Robert DeNiro) and a man of the cloth (Jeremy Irons) who unite to shield a South American Indian tribe from brutal subjugation by 18th-century colonial empires. It reunites key talents behind The Killing Fields: co-producer David Puttnam, director Roland Joffé and cinematographer Chris Menges.

Winner of the 1986 Cannes Film Festival Best Picture Award, the film earned seven Academy Award nominations (including Best Picture) and won a Best Cinematography Oscar. Robert Bolt’s thoughtful screenplay and Ennio Morricone’s rich score won Golden Globe Awards. The Mission is screen storytelling that weaves a haunting spell.

Starring Robert De Niro, Jeremy Irons, Ray McAnally, Aidan Quinn & Liam Neeson.

Fat Man and Little Boy (1989) – Imprint Collection #186

In the remote desert of New Mexico, “The Manhattan Project” is materializing — the World War II effort to build the atomic bomb. Oscar-winner Paul Newman (Hud, Nobody’s Fool) stars as General Leslie Groves, the military man in charge of a massive project that will produce two weapons: “Fat Man” and “Little Boy”. Dwight Schultz (The Temp, Star Trek: First Contact) is J. Robert Oppenheimer, the brilliant scientist attempting to bring the startling mission to fruition.

Starring Paul Newman, Bonnie Bedelia, John Cusack, Laura Dern & Natasha Richardson.

Stunning, profoundly moving film” – Michael Medved, Sneak Previews

City of Joy (1992) – Imprint Collection #187

In the best performance of his career, Patrick Swayze stars as Max Lowe, a disillusioned surgeon who travels to India after a young patient dies on the operating table. But Lowe’s determination to quit medicine is challenged when he meets a committed British nurse who runs a free clinic in Calcutta’s most dangerous neighbourhood. And when her clinic – and the livelihood of her neighbours – is threatened by the brutal local “godfather”, Max teaches the impoverished Indians the strength of their own unity.

Starring Patrick Swayze, Pauline Collins, Om Puri, Shabana Azmi, Art Malik.

Bonus Disc – “Prisoners of Our Own History: The First Four Films of Roland Joffé (2022) 

An intimate all NEW feature-length documentary with director Roland Joffé from Ballyhoo Pictures. Exclusive to this limited edition box.


School Ties (1992) – Imprint Collection #188

After receiving a scholarship to an exclusive prep school, working-class teen David Greene (Fraser) becomes a star athlete and wins the attention of a beautiful debutante (Amy Locane). But the ties of his newfound friendships are broken when a student reveals the secret David has tried to conceal – he is Jewish. Now David must take the most important stand of his life, one that will touch the lives of many and forever change the course of his future.

Brendan Fraser (George of the Jungle) leads an all-star cast including Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting), Ben Affleck (Chasing Amy and Shakespeare in Love) and Chris O’Donnell (Batman Forever) in this acclaimed coming-of-age drama.

Starring Brendan Fraser, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck & Chris O’Donnell.


Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains (1982) – Imprint Collection #189

Corinne Burns (Diane Lane) is a typical frustrated teenager living in a nowhere town until she catches punk band the Looters. Bewitched by the whole punk scene, she and her fledgling band, the Stains, join the tour, and in no time at all become media magnets. The band forms a rabid following of young girls, while Corrine begins a relationship with Looters singer Billy (Ray Winstone). As the Stains get bigger and bigger, however, Corinne’s ambition gets the better of her.

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains, never received a formal theatrical release and was only seen on late-night cable, poor-quality bootlegs, or on rare occasions at film festivals. Yet somehow this 1981 film about a trio of misfit teenage girls who start a punk band went on to inspire a generation of female rockers.

Starring Diane Lane, Ray Winstone, Peter Donat, Laura Dern.


City of God (2002) – Imprint Collection #190

Celebrated with worldwide acclaim, this powerful true story of crime and redemption has won numerous prestigious awards around the globe! The streets of the world’s most notorious slum, Rio de Janeiro’s “City of God,” are a place where combat photographers fear to tread, police rarely go, and residents are lucky if they live to the age of 20. In the midst of the oppressive crime and violence, a frail and scared young boy will grow up to discover that he can view the harsh realities of his surroundings with a different eye: the eye of an artist. In the face of impossible odds, his brave ambition to become a professional photographer becomes a window into his world… and ultimately his way out!

Directed by Fernando Meirelles & Kátia Lund this harrowing film was nominated for four Academy Awards.

Starring Alexandre Rodrigues, Matheus Nachtergaele & Leandro Firmino.


Distant Thunder (1988) – Imprint Collection #191

John Lithgow (Shrek, Footloose) stars as a self-exiled “bush vet” and Ralph Macchio (My Cousin Vinny, The Karate Kid) co-stars as the son he hasn’t seen in fifteen years. Their uneasy reunion accidentally sparks war-haunted violence – and father and son share a harrowing fight for survival that will either destroy them or unify them forever.

“Lithgow’s performance is at the heart of the movie” – Roger Ebert

Starring John Lithgow, Ralph Macchio, Kerrie Keane.