Love podcasts? You'll love our immersive walking tour of London's Southbank!The digital audio guide can be downloaded anytime directly on your smartphone!On this self-guided podcast tour, you'll join Colm, a historian and part-time actor, and his mate Dr Ed, as you wander through the dynamic neighbourhood of Southbank! From the birthplace of British theatre, the beautiful St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tate Modern, to its history, this tour is rich with cultural, and architectural gems.A perfect tour to discover London's Southbank.
Certificate: 12 Actor: Tom Cruise, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ving Rhames, Billy Crudup, Simon Pegg Director: J.J. Abrams Region: Region B Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 Widescreen Sound Information: Dolby Digital Number of Discs: 1 Main Language: English Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment Theatrical Release Year: 2006
Certificate: 15 Actor: Tom Cruise, Jon Voight, Henry Czerny, Jean Reno, Ving Rhames Director: Brian De Palma Region: Region B Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 Widescreen Sound Information: Dolby Digital Number of Discs: 1 Main Language: English Run Time: 110 mins approx. Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment Theatrical Release Year: 1996
Vincent Price has reserved a seat for you in the 'Theatre of Blood'. It's never been tougher to be a critic than in Theatre of Blood, one of the greatest horror comedies of all time. Vincent Price gives a career best performance as Edward Lionhart, a veteran Shakespearean actor who, when passed over for the coveted Critic's Circle award for Best Actor takes deadly revenge on the critics who snubbed him. With one of the greatest ensemble casts ever assembled for a horror film including Diana Rigg, Harry Andrews, Jack Hawkins and Arthur Lowe, 'Theatre of Blood' is an dementedly funny and deliciously macarbe cult classic. Special Features: Limited Edition SteelBook packaging High Definition digital transfer Newly created exclusive content Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more!
The trailblazing independent auteur JOHN CASSAVETES (Opening Night) pushes his raw, uncompromising emotional realism to its limit in this unflinching portrait of masculinity in crisis. Cassavetes joins BEN GAZZARA (Anatomy of a Murder) and PETER FALK (Mikey and Nicky)—both of whom would become key collaborators of the director’s—playing a trio of middle-aged Long Island family men who, following the sudden death of their best friend, channel their grief into an epic, multiday bender that takes them from Manhattan to London in a desperate, debauched quest to feel alive. By turns painfully funny and woundingly perceptive, this self-described “comedy about life, death, and freedom” stands as perhaps the most fearless, harrowingly honest deconstruction of American manhood ever committed to film. Special Features: New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack Audio commentary from 2009 featuring critic Marshall Fine New interviews with producer Al Ruban and actor Jenny Runacre New video essay featuring audio recordings of John Cassavetes in his own words exploring the actor director’s spirited approach to acting The Story of “Husbands”—A Tribute to John Cassavetes (2009), a half-hour program featuring Ruban, actor Ben Gazzara, and cinematographer Victor J. Kemper Episode of The Dick Cavett Show from 1970 featuring Cassavetes, Gazzara, and actor Peter Falk Trailer PLUS: An essay by filmmaker Andrew Bujalski
In Tootsie, Michael Dorsey lands the role of a lifetime – as did the actor playing him, Dustin Hoffman. This multi-layered comedy from Sydney Pollack follows the elaborate deception of a down-on-his-luck New York actor who poses as a woman to get a soap opera gig; while “Dorothy Michaels” skyrockets to fame, Michael finds himself learning to be a better man. Given support by a stellar cast that includes Dabney Coleman, Charles Durning, Teri Garr, George Gaynes, Bill Murray, and, in a breakthrough role, Jessica Lange, Tootsie is a funny, cutting, and poignant film from an American moment defined by shifting social and sexual identities. Special Features: New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack Audio commentary featuring director Sydney Pollack New interviews with actor Dustin Hoffman and comedy writer Phil Rosenthal Interview with Dorothy Michaels by film critic Gene Shalit The Making of “Tootsie” (1982) and A Better Man: The Making of “Tootsie” (2007) – two documentaries featuring interviews with cast and crew Screen and wardrobe test footage Deleted scenes and trailers PLUS: An essay by critic Michael Sragow Click Images to Enlarge
Vincent Price has reserved a seat for you in the 'Theatre of Blood'. It's never been tougher to be a critic than in Theatre of Blood, one of the greatest horror comedies of all time. Vincent Price gives a career best performance as Edward Lionhart, a veteran Shakespearean actor who, when passed over for the coveted Critic's Circle award for Best Actor takes deadly revenge on the critics who snubbed him. With one of the greatest ensemble casts ever assembled for a horror film including Diana Rigg, Harry Andrews, Jack Hawkins and Arthur Lowe, Theatre of Blood is an dementedly funny and deliciously macabre cult classic. Special Features: High Definition digital transfer Newly created exclusive content Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film, archive content and more! More to be announced closer to the release date
A strong cast features in actor-director Lionel Jeffries' emotional drama about a young boy facing the combined challenge of his parents' disintegrating marriage, relocation to London, and an ongoing attempt to overcome his speech problem. Sympathetic, moving, but never sentimental, Baxter! features a remarkable performance from young actor Scott Jacoby, supported by Patricia Neal, Jean-Pierre Cassel and Britt Ekland. Baxter! is presented in a brand-new digital transfer in its original theatrical aspect ratio from original film elements. The product of a broken home and an enforced move to another country, Roger Baxter is an American schoolboy adrift in London. Now living with his selfish, uncaring mother in an unfamiliar city, it is only the kindness of his neighbours that begins to show Roger the love that has been absent from his life. With his personal situation driving him headlong towards a nervous breakdown, however, is it too little too late? SPECIAL FEATURES  Original Theatrical Trailer  Image Gallery  Promotional Material PDF
Melodrama casts noirish shadows in this portrait of maternal sacrifice from the Hollywood master Michael Curtiz. Its iconic performance by JOAN CRAWFORD (Johnny Guitar) as Mildred, a single mother hell-bent on freeing her children from the stigma of economic hardship, solidified Crawford’s career comeback and gave the actor her only Oscar. But as Mildred pulls herself up by the bootstraps, first as an unflappable waitress and eventually as the well-heeled owner of a successful restaurant chain, the ingratitude of her materialistic firstborn (a diabolical ANN BLYTH) becomes a venomous serpent’s tooth, setting in motion an endless cycle of desperate overtures and heartless recriminations. Recasting JAMES M. CAIN’s rich psychological novel as a murder mystery, this bitter cocktail of blind parental love and all-American ambition is both unremittingly hard-boiled and sumptuously emotional.Special Features:New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrackNew conversation about Mildred Pierce with critics Molly Haskell and Robert PolitoExcerpt from a 1970 episode of The David Frost Show featuring actor Joan CrawfordJoan Crawford: The Ultimate Movie Star, a 2002 feature-length documentary on Crawford’s life and careerQ&A with actor Ann Blyth from 2002, conducted by film historian Eddie MullerSegment from a 1969 episode of the Today show featuring novelist James M. CainTrailerPLUS: An essay by critic Imogen Sara SmithClick Images to Enlarge