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Fort Massacre

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Street Date: December 1, 2015
BD SRP    $29.95
Western | 1958 | NR | 80 min | English
Quote: The west un-holsters its most savage story! Western legend Joel McCrea gives a compelling performance as a possibly mad cavalry commander seeking revenge for the death of his wife and kids at the hands of Apaches - even if it means risking the lives of his regiment by taking them to a restricted territory. The enlisted men, especially a rebellious private (Forrest Tucker) question his leadership and even his morality, but they know that they must stick together if the have any chance of surviving the dangerous Apache lands. Cult director Joseph M. Newman ( Dangerous Crossing) directs this roaring Cinemascope adventure featuring strong performances by John Russell, Susan Cabot, Anthony Caruso, and Denver Pyle.

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Robbers' Roost

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Street Date: December 1, 2015
BD SRP    $29.95
Western | 1955 | NR | 83 min | English
Quote: The most savage killers lair in the west! George Montgomery stars as Jim "Tex" Wall, a rancher turned outlaw searching for three men who raped and killed his wife. Trailing the killers, he lands an honest job as a cowhand on the spread managed by the disabled "Bull" Herrick (Bruce Bennett). When Bull's sister (Sylvia Findley) is kidnapped by a gang of outlaws, Tex seeing an opportunity to redeem himself; rides to her rescue. Veteran filmmaker Sidney Salkow ( Twice-Told Tales) directs this gorgeously photographed western – the second version of the venerable Zane Grey ( Western Union) yarn.

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Welcome to L.A.

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Street Date: December 1, 2015
BD SRP    $29.95
Drama | 1977 | NR | 106 min | English
Quote: Newly Re-mastered in HD! Join an all-star in the city of the one-night stands! Los Angeles: a land of fascinating neurotics who live on the edge of loneliness and despair - southern California style. The stellar cast includes Keith Carradine as a rock composer whose success, unbeknownst to him, is due to his father's money, Sissy Spacek as a free-spirited maid who likes to clean house stripped to the waist, Lauren Hutton as a photographer in the midst of an affair with an older millionaire, Geraldine Chaplin as the lonely wife of an ambitious man who fancies herself a modern-day Garbo, and Sally Kellerman as the desperate real estate woman with penchant for afternoon affairs with her clients. Produced by the great Robert Altman ( The Long Goodbye) and directed by his protégé Alan Rudolph ( Love at Large), Welcome to L.A. is a provocative, haunting and totally absorbing look at life in the fast lane of 1970s L.A.

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Queen of Blood

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Street Date: December 1, 2015
BD SRP    $29.95
Horror | 1966 | NR | 81 min | English
Special Features:
  • Interview with Producer Roger Corman
  • Interview with Film Historian Robert Stotak
  • Original Theatrical Trailer

Quote: Cult icons John Saxon, Dennis Hopper and the legendary Basil Rathbone star in this sci-fi cult classic! In the distant future, scientists receive a distress call from an alien spaceship that has crash-landed on Mars. Dr. Farraday (Rathbone) decides to send a team of astronauts, including Allan Brenner (Saxon) and Paul Grant (Hopper), on a rescue mission. On the planet, they discover a sole survivor: a green-skinned female alien (Florence Marly). The seductive alien is brought aboard their ship, but soon the horror begins after one man is attacked and dies, drained of his blood. The Queen of Blood is thirsty for more human victims, and as the astronauts try to find their way back to Earth and safety, the Queen's bloodlust has just begun.

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Twice-Told Tales


Street Date: December 1, 2015
BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $19.95
Horror | 1963 | NR | 120 min | English
Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary by Film Historians Richard Harland Smith and Perry Martin
  • Trailers From Hell with Mick Garris
  • Trailers For Twice Told Tales, Tales of Terror, and Black Sabbath

Quote: A Terrifying Trilogy of Passion, Poison and Possession! It's spine-tingling terror in triplicate virtuoso of horror. Vincent Price dials up the depravity in this spellbinding trilogy of Nathaniel Hawthorne's ( The Scarlet Letter) chilling classics! Dripping with demented genius, poisonous plants, oozing blood and a corpse in a wedding gown, Twice Told Tales spins three gripping, diabolical nightmares of madness, mayhem and murder most foul. Price stars in all three stories, including "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment", about a scientist who finds the fountain of youth... and lives to regret it; "Rappaccini's Daughter", the twisted tale of a demented father whose love for his daughter turns poisonous; and "The House of the Seven Gables", the ghostly legend of an ancient cursed family who lived for power... and died for greed.

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The Gunfight at Dodge City


Street Date: December 1, 2015
BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $19.95
Western | 1959 | NR | 81 min | English
Quote: The whole west watched... and held its breath! Western Icon Joel McCrea stars as the legendary gunslinger "Bat" Masterson in this handsomely mounted production that should delight the eye of any western fan. Fleeing to Dodge City after killing a man in self-defense, Masterson finds his brother Ed (Harry Lauter) running for sheriff of the town. When Ed is killed by hired guns of the corrupt incumbent, Bat is determined to settle the score with violence, but he is convinced by the townspeople that the best way to avenge his brother's death is by taking Ed's place on the ballot. Bat agrees and wins the election, but his new role on the right side of the law will lead him to unexpected confrontations as he finds himself torn between his loyalties to his friends and his duties as sheriff. Stylishly directed by Joseph M. Newman ( This Island Earth) with a stellar cast that includes Julie Adams, John McIntire, Nancy Gates, Richard Anderson, and Timothy Carey.

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Love at Large


Street Date: December 1, 2015
BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $19.95
Thriller | 1990 | NR | 97 min | English
Director    Alan Rudolph
Quote: Love is the only lead worth following! Tom Berenger and Anne Archer team with an all-star cast, including Elizabeth Perkins, Ted Levine, Ann Magnuson, Kate Capshaw, and songwriter Neil Young, in this "giddy, quirky and wonderful-to-watch movie" (Judith Crist) that delves into more than just the mysteries of love! Harry Dobbs (Berenger) takes his job as a private detective seriously. Hired by a mysterious seductress (Archer) to follow her boyfriend, Harry soon discovers that the man he's following is not so much the marrying kind...as he is the murdering kind! And it'll take the help of another sleuth (Perkins) - hired to keep an eye on Harry - to capture this dangerous lothario and steal Harry's heart in the process!

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The Crooked Way


Street Date: December 8, 2015
BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $17.95
Film Noir | 1949 | NR | 90 min | English
Quote: Newly Re-mastered in HD! Everyone wants a piece of Eddie Rice! John Payne plays Eddie Rice, a highly decorated and wounded war veteran who has lost his memory. As he heads to Los Angeles to try and figure out his identity, two police detectives arrest him. Turns out he is really Eddie Riccardi, a former employee of the notorious mob boss Vince Alexander (Sonny Tufts). No one seems happy to see Eddie again and when he's framed for murder, Eddie must find the real killer and clear his name by navigating through the crooked underbelly of Los Angeles. Featuring top-notch direction by veteran filmmaker Robert Florey ( The Cocoanuts) and stunning cinematography by the great John Alton ( He Walked by Night).

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Delta Force 2


Street Date: December 8, 2015
BD SRP: $29.95/DVD SRP: $19.95
Action | 1990 | R | 111 min | English
Quote: Chuck Norris is in peak form in this explosive action/adventure that brings back one of his most unforgettable characters, Delta Force Colonel Scott McCoy, for a daring mission to destroy a deadly South American drug cartel. When notorious drug lord Ramon Cota (Billy Drago) captures a team of American narcotics agents - as well as a member of McCoy's elite Delta Force commando unit - and imprisons them in his remote San Carlos compound, The Delta Force charges into action, waging war against Cota's powerful cocaine empire. Against all odds, McCoy and his squad must fight their way to a blistering final battle to free the hostages and destroy the ruthless criminal mastermind in this lightning-paced and outrageously exciting turbo-charged adventure! Chuck's brother, Aaron Norris (Platoon Leader) directed the sequel to the smash hit... featuring strong performances by John P. Ryan, Richard Jaeckel, and Mark Margolis.

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins

(DVD Only)
Street Date: December 8, 2015
DVD SRP    $19.95
Action | 1985 | PG-13 | 121 min | English
Quote: Brace yourself for hilarious, action-packed adventure! When street-smart NYPD cop (Fred Ward) regains consciousness after a bizarre mugging, he has a new face and a new identity! Now he's Remo Williams, the #1 recruit of a top-secret organization, and he's toppling evil at every turn - even atop the Statue of Liberty - in this spectacular and funny adventure film. Trained by a quirky Korean martial arts master (Joel Grey) to dodge bullets, brave terrifying heights and thwart attackers with his bare hands, Remo become the ultimate criminal exterminator. But when he faces off against a corrupt millionaire and his army of henchmen, the real adventure begins! Directed by action great Guy Hamilton, the director of Funeral in Berlin, Force 10 From Navarone, and 4 James Bond classics including Goldfinger and Live and Let Die.

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The Fourth War

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Street Date: December 8, 2015
BD SRP    $29.95
Action | 1990 | R | 91 min | English
Quote: As the world enters a new era of peace... what becomes of professional soldiers, who have spent their entire lives preparing for war? On a frozen stretch of Russian border, two veteran military men, American Colonel Jack Knowles (Roy Scheider) and Russian Colonel N. A. Valachev (Jürgen Prochnow), command small outposts. Knowles has a reputation for being a loose cannon, his commanding officer (Harry Dean Stanton) hopes the quiet post will keep Knowles out of trouble. But after Knowles sees Russian guards gun down a defector... what follows is a forbidden battle between the two men, trading "invasions" into each other's territories. As the two Colonels continue to strike at one another, their personal vendetta threatens to escalate into a full-scale military confrontation and the world may not survive The Fourth War. Top-notch direction by the great John Frankenheimer ( 52 Pick-up).

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

F/X 2

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Street Date: December 8, 2015
BD SRP    $29.95
Action | 1991 | PG-13 | 108 min | English
Quote: The Deadly Art of Illusion! Bryan Brown and Brian Dennehy are back as Rollie and Leo in an all-new action-thriller that continues the F/X saga with stylish wit, unrelenting suspense and amazing high-tech action. Five years after his first deadly adventure, Rollie Tyler (Brown) has left the special effects business and now designs sophisticated electronic toys for a living. But when his girlfriend's ex-husband, a police detective, persuades him to devise an illusion to capture a serial killer, Rollie is once again lured into the lethal world of make-believe. And soon, he finds himself trapped in a murderous maze of deceit and treachery in which he must depend on his ingenious tricks and his friendship with detective Leo McCarthy (Dennehy) to expose a terrifying underworld conspiracy... but only if he can stay alive! Cult filmmaker Richard Franklin ( Psycho II) directed this top-notch sequel.

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw

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Street Date: December 8, 2015
BD SRP    $29.95
Drama | 1976 | R | 89 min | English
Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary by Director Mark L. Lester
  • On camera interviews with stars Belinda Belaski, Merrie Lynn Ross and Director Mark L. Lester
  • Trailer

Quote: The stunning physical charm of Lynda Carter was first fully exposed to filmgoers in this rousing adventure of two young lovers whose fantasies leads them to danger. Bobbie Jo (Carter) is a shapely drive-in waitress who imagines herself a country star; Lyle Wheeler (Marjoe Gortner, When You Comin' Back Red Ryder?) is a quick-draw expert who fancies himself a modern day Billy the Kid. Together, they're Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw - a pair of modern bandits to ever streak across the west, in this fast paced crime drama directed by cult filmmaker Mark L. Lester ( Class of 1984).

Kino Lorber Studio Classics December

Siege of Firebase Gloria

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Street Date: December 8, 2015
BD SRP    $29.95
War | 1989 | R | 97 min | English
Quote: Veteran director Brian Trenchard-Smith ( Man From Hong Kong, Escape 2000) directs this film that is hailed as one of the true unsung gems of the Vietnam War genre! Based on a true story, the film follows the struggle of a group of brave marines, led by tough as nails leader (R. Lee Ermey) and his sidekick (Wings Hauser), as they attempt to defend Firebase Gloria during the Tet Offensive, even though they are greatly outnumbered. Siege Of Firebase Gloria is a tight, convincing war movie that delivers a studio film's worth of excitement and drama on a drive-in budget -- and war movie fans will love it.

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