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Miracles

(1986)
Release: June 26th
Color/87 Minutes/2.35:1/Rated PG
FIRST TIME ON DVD & BLU-RAY!
Extras:
  • Audio Commentary by Writer/Director Jim Kouf
  • Original Theatrical Trailer


Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements

Quote: From Jim Kouf, the writer of Stakeout, Up the Creek, Rush Hour and The Hidden comes this action-filled romantic comedy about a married couple on the run. Jean (Teri Garr, Mr. Mom) and Roger (Tom Conti, American Dreamer) decide to divorce after 10 years, but 12 hours later, they’re together again by accident. Their cars collide swerving to miss Juan, the jaywalking jewel thief (Paul Rodriguez, Born in East L.A.) who decides to cash in on the crash. The ex-couple are kidnapped, shot at, cast adrift, mistaken for smugglers and even survive a plane crash. But the toughest torture these two endure is being trapped together. Miracles is a frantic flurry of hilarious and miraculous mishaps stylishly directed by Jim Kouf (Gang Related), making his directorial debut. Co-starring Christopher Lloyd (Camp Nowhere) and Charles Rocket (Delirious).


Disorganized Crime

(1989)
Release: June 26th
Color 101 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated R
Extras:
  • Audio Commentary by Writer/Director Jim Kouf and Producer Lynn Kouf
  • Interview with Actor Daniel Roebuck
  • Original Theatrical Trailer


Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements

Quote: From Jim Kouf, the writer of Stakeout, Up the Creek, Rush Hour and National Treasure comes this heist comedy about five crooks without a plan and two cops without a clue, starring Lou Diamond Phillips (The First Power), Ed O’Neill (TV’s Married with Children), Corbin Bernsen (Hello Again), Fred Gwynne (TV’s The Munsters), Hoyt Axton (Gremlins), Rubén Blades (Color of Night), Daniel Roebuck (River’s Edge) and William Russ (Wanted: Dead or Alive). A gang of not-so professional criminals have everything it takes to rob a bank -- except their leader, their getaway car and an actual plan. On their tail are two cops, who are actually dumber than the criminals. By the time the gang hits the bank vault, it's a safe bet there's going to be organized insanity -- and disorganized crime. This hilarious hit delivers an arresting combination of action, suspense and comedy.


I, Jane Doe

(1948)
Release: June 19th
FIRST TIME ON DVD & BLU-RAY!
Brand New HD Master from a 4K Scan of the Original 35mm Negative and Finegrain by Paramount Pictures Archives!
B&W/85 Minutes/1.33:1/Not Rated

Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements

Quote: In this courtroom drama, a woman (Vera Ralston, Dakota) stands trial for murder. While stationed in France during World War II, a married American fighter pilot (John Carroll, Flying Tigers) commits bigamy and marries a local French girl (Ralston). After the end of the war, he disappears, returning back to the U.S. The war bride follows him to the U.S., finding him married to a successful lawyer (Ruth Hussey, The Uninvited). The bigamist tries to get her deported and in the ensuing argument, she accidently kills him. And to everyone’s surprise, the man’s widow decides to take on her case and defend her. Wonderfully directed by Republic Pictures veteran John H. Auer (City That Never Sleeps).


Fritz Lang's

The Woman in the Window

(1945)
Release: June 19th
Brand New 2018 HD Master
Extras:
  • Audio Commentary by Film Historian Imogen Sara Smith
  • Original Theatrical Trailer and other KLSC Trailers
  • Reversible Blu-ray Art


Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements

Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements


Gross Anatomy

(1989)
Release: June 12th
Extras:
  • Audio Commentary by Director Thom Eberhardt
  • Original Theatrical Trailer


Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements

The Big Country

(1958)
Release: June 5th
Brand New HD Master
60th Anniversary Special Edition
Extras:
  • Audio Commentary by Film Historian Sir Christopher Frayling
  • Directed by William Wyler - 60 Minute Documentary
  • Wyler Doc Outtakes w/ Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston and Billy Wilder
  • Interviews with Cecilia Peck, Carey Peck and Tony Peck
  • Interview with Fraser Heston
  • Interview with Catherine Wyler
  • Fun in the Country - Featurette
  • Larry Cohen on Chuck Connors
  • Two Animated Image Galleries
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • TV Spot
  • Reversible Blu-ray Art


Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements

Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements

Spetters

(1980)
Release: June 19th
Brand New 4K Master!
Dutch with optional English subtitles
Extras:
  • Audio Commentary by Director Paul Verhoeven
  • Animated Image Gallery
  • Trailers for Spetters and Flesh + Blood


Kino Lorber Studio Classics Announcements

Quote: From legendary filmmaker Paul Verhoeven (Robocop) and screenwriter Gerard Soeteman (Soldier of Orange) comes this UNRATED DIRECTOR'S CUT of the explosive, fast-paced and thrilling coming-of-age drama. Raw, intense and unabashedly sexual, Spetters is a wild ride that will knock the unsuspecting for a loop. Rien, Eef and Hans are three young guys stuck in an industrial town on the outskirts of Rotterdam. They couldn't be more different except for one thing: their shared passion for motorcycle racing, which each sees as his ticket to a better life. But a deeper passion will soon rule each of their lives, when a sexy, ambitious blonde (Renée Soutendijk, The 4th Man) comes between them and provokes unforeseen events that will rock their worlds. Co-starring Rutger Hauer (Flesh + Blood) and Jeroen Krabbé (The Fugitive).


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