The directorial debut from renowned Scottish actor Peter Mullan (The Magdalene Sisters, Neds), Orphans tells the story of four siblings, who gather for their mother's funeral in Glasgow and face individual torments over a single night. This grittily realistic and deeply moving black comedy/drama brings together the finest of Scottish talent and wowed audiences all over the world on its original release.This edition features the film in a new digital transfer, together with a selection of early Peter Mullan short films: Fridge (1995), Close (1993) and Good Day for the Bad Guys (1995). Extras include: Trailer Photo Gallery First reels Interview: Peter Mullan on Close
The directorial debut from renowned Scottish actor Peter Mullan (The Magdalene Sisters, Neds), Orphans tells the story of four siblings, who gather for their mother's funeral in Glasgow and face individual torments over a single night. This grittily realistic and deeply moving black comedy/drama brings together the finest of Scottish talent and wowed audiences all over the world on its original release.This Blu-ray release features a brand new HD restoration of the film, together with a selection of early Peter Mullan short films: Fridge (1995), Close (1993) and Good Day for the Bad Guys (1995). Extras include: Trailer Photo Gallery First reels Interview: Peter Mullan on Close
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
Step into the warped fantasy world of Overlord: Fellowship of Evil, the dark and twisted Action RPG filled with the series’ signature black humour. Penned by award-winning original Overlord scriptwriter Rhianna Pratchett, Overlord: Fellowship of Evil delivers an epic new quest featuring four Netherghūls – undead servants of the dark arts, resurrected in the absence of a true Overlord, to bring evil back to a world overrun by the forces of good. Assisting gamers once again are the mighty, maniacal and occasionally moronic minions, ready to unleash their charmingly chaotic brand of destruction and led by Gnarl, their wise old master, voiced, as before, by actor Marc Silk. Embark on a brand new Overlord adventure in single-player or with up to three friends in local and online single-screen co-op. Filled with fun combat and twisted fantasy tales, Overlord: Fellowship of Evil invites players to dive into an Action RPG where it’s good to be bad, but it’s GREAT to be evil. Overlord is the only series that actively encourages players to have fun being the embodiment of evil, destroying all that is good in a subversive, comedic manner. Fellowship of Evil captures this essence and adds in four-way, chaotic co-op play where gamers can even turn on each other. Evil always finds a way...sometimes it just needs a bit of a nudge.
Before Saul Goodman met Walter White, he was struggling attorney Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk). In this prequel to the Emmy®-winning series Breaking Bad, Jimmy teams up with “fixer” Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) and begins his transformation from optimistic underdog into Albuquerque’s most notorious legal legend. Set six years before Albuquerque’s most notorious “criminal” attorney Saul Goodman becomes Walter White’s lawyer, BETTER CALL SAUL stars Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks and Michael McKean. The AMC drama series, produced by Sony Pictures Television, comes from creators Vince Gilligan & Peter Gould, and executive producers Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein. Rounding out the ensemble cast are Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, and Michael Mando. Still boasting a 100% Rotten Tomatoes rating, BETTER CALL SAUL enjoyed one of the biggest series premieres in U.S. cable history (6.9 million viewers) and garnered seven Emmy® nominations including Outstanding Drama Series, Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Bob Odenkirk), Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Jonathan Banks) and Writing for a Drama Series (Gordon Smith). BETTER CALL SAUL also received two nods for Single-Camera Picture Editing and one for Sound Mixing. Click Images to Enlarge
Based on the columns of war correspondent Ernie Pyle, The Story of GI Joe is a gripping World War II drama often considered the single most realistic Hollywood war film of the 1940s. Directed by William Wellman (A Star is Born), GI Joe is based on Ernie Pyle's (Burgess Meredith's) experiences with an Army infantry unit during the invasion of Italy. Pyle befriends several of the soldiers, including commanding officer Bill Walker (Robert Mitchum), family man Sgt. Warnicki (Freddie Steele) and would-be romeo Pvt. Dondaro (Wally Cassell) and reports on the everyday trials and tribulations of the humble foot soldier. Featuring the breakthrough performance from Robert Mitchum, The Story of GI Joe received four Oscar nominations including Best Supporting Actor, Screenplay, Original Song and Music.
Adapted directly from the play by Eugene O’Neill (considered the Nobel laureate’s magnum opus), Long Day’s Journey into Night is a four-act study of addiction and recrimination that the playwright claimed was written “in tears and blood”. Taking place over a single, fateful day in the summer of 1912, the Tyrone family (modelled after O'Neill's own) confront their bitter failings and long-held resentments. Patriarch James (Ralph Richardson) is a renowned stage actor who’s never forgotten his squalid Irish childhood, and has forsaken artistic ambition for commercial success. His wife Mary (Katharine Hepburn) has developed a morphine addiction, his eldest son Jamie (Jason Robards, Jr.) is a violent alcoholic and failed actor, and his youngest (and clearly favoured) son Edmund (Dean Stockwell) is a nervous young man in poor health. All of them have something painful to say, and their silence is even worse. Special Features 1080p presentation of the film on Blu-ray, from a high-definition digital transfer Progressive encode on DVD Optional English subtitles Brand new feature-length audio commentary by author Scott Harrison Brand new and exclusive video essay by Lee Gambin Trailer PLUS: a collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas and Philip Kemp
With Frank out of the picture, Claire Underwood steps fully into her own as the first female president, but faces formidable threats to her legacy. The final season of the Emmy® Award-winning* drama builds to a tense and unforgettable climax. At bottom of packaging add the following text: *2017 Emmy® Award for Outstanding Music Composition For A Series [Original Dramatic Score]; 2015 Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score), Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series (Reg E. Cathey); 2014 Emmy® Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour); 2013 Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series, Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series, Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series