Imprint Bundle Pack – October 2020


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October 28th, 2020

Product Code IMP-PACK3

Includes all Imprint films from the 3rd range of releases with limited edition slipcase and exclusive special features.

Major Dundee (1965)

Sam Peckinpah’s first big-budget film was also the first to be taken away and released in a shortened version. But now, 40 years later, most of the missing footage has been located and reinserted with the entire soundtrack remixed in 5.1 Dolby Digital, and a completely new score composed. The new scenes complete the electrifying depiction of an oppressive Union officer who leads a squad of Rebel prisoners, ex-slaves, and criminals into Mexico to hunt down a band of murdering Apaches which raises the question: who represents a greater threat?

Danger Diabolik (1968)

The suave, psychedelic-era thief called Diabolik (Law) can’t get enough of life’s good – or glittery – things. Not when there are currency shipments to steal from under the noses of snooty government officials and priceless jewels to lift from the boudoirs of the superrich. The elusive scoundrel finds plenty of ways to live up to his name in this tongue-in-cheek, live-action caper inspired by Europe’s popular Diabolic comics. He clambers up walls, zaps a press conference with Exhilaration Gas, smacks a confession out of a crime lord while freefalling with him from an airplane, and pulls off the heist of a twenty-ton gold ingot.

Danger Diabolik is a 60’s psychedelic snapshot from horror maestro Mario Bava.

The Day of the Locust (1975)

One of the grimmest assessments of Hollywood life during the ’30s, this 1975 drama is adapted from a novel by Nathanael West and tells the tale of a talentless beauty’s desperate struggle to become a star. . A deeply insightful work that is powerful in its presentation, staggering in its vision. Director John Schlesinger is masterful in creating a world of platinum blondes, cockfights, glamour and broken dreams. And throughout, he plays on the edge of sexual and physical danger which finally erupts in the shocking climax. Oscar nominations went to Burgess Meredith and cinematographer Conrad Hall.

Hard Eight (1997)

Before his commercial breakthrough with Boogie Nights (1997), writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson made this low-key drama. John (John C. Reilly), a half-bright loser stranded in Reno, is down to his last few bucks when Sydney (Phillip Baker Hall), taking pity on him, buys him breakfast and offers him a few tips on making money in the casinos. Two years later, John has become Sydney’s partner, but his lack of common sense goes from problematic to dangerous when he falls in love with Clementine (Gwyneth Paltrow), a cocktail waitress who isn’t above turning a few tricks when she needs to make money — and isn’t any brighter than John.

The Winslow Boy (1999)

David Mamet’s brilliant adaptation of THE WINSLOW BOY is a rich and complex telling of the British classic, brought to life by a superior ensemble of talent. The story follows the lives of the Winslows, a banker’s family living in turn-of-the-century London, as they fight to prove the innocence of their youngest son accused of theft.

The Bob Hope Collection (1939 – 1940)

The legendary Bob Hope is at his very best in these two hilarious comedy thrillers, The Cat and the Canary & the Ghost Breakers. An equal mix of both frights and fun, these two unforgettable classic films showcase one of the most popular entertainers of all time and have become blueprints for the horror-comedy genre!

Essential Film Noir Collection 1 (1947 – 1957)

This collection includes four acclaimed film noir classics including Framed (1947), Alias Nick Beal (1949), Detective Story (1951) and The Garment Jungle (1957). Join Hollywood’s legendary tough guys and femme fatale film noir icons such as Glen Ford, William Bendix, Audrey Totter, Ray Milland & Eleanor Parker.  This set also includes bonus material including feature audio commentaries from Hollywood’s top film noir historians including Eddie Muller & Alan Rode.

Jonathan Livingston Seagull (1973)

Jonathan Livingston Seagull is a visionary cinematic achievement of stunning beauty. Based on Richard Bach’s bestselling novel, this timeless tale will open your heart to wonder and dare you to dream. Jonathan shows an intense and extraordinary passion for flight, learning everything he possibly can about flying. But his lofty goal–and an unwillingness to conform – results in his expulsion from his flock. Undeterred, he continues to soar onward in his quest–one that heads him to envision another world–one of love, understanding, achievement, hope and individuality. This film features music by the legendary Neil Diamond.